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"INDEPENDENT"-"LIVE AND LET LIVE."
VOL XXI. No. 24.
ORliilllAL CHEAP GASH STORE
It Has Told !
It Is Telling' !
It Will Tell !
That our low prices cannot be
equalled by any other house
in this vnllcy.
Ab for VARIETY, we claim to
have the largest assortment
in our line by far than that of I
any other house in this section
Our Shoo Department.
Its fame has been won by
Ion prices and big values.
An elegant assortment of in
fants' childs' and misses1 Bed
Shoes at prices far below those
of other dealers.
Great bargains in men's
and boya' working shoes at all
Men's and Boys' Domet Flan
nel Shirts at prices that will as
tonish; trie largest assortment
to solect from,
J. T. NUSBAUM,
Pint tftreet, between Sontb and Plum Streets,
What the Solom at Harrliburg Are
Harmsburg, April 81. Among the bills
passed Anally In the senate yesterday werr
Maklng Indignities to the person of a hus
band good ground fordlvorce.empowerlng
cities and boroughs to appropriate money
for tbe payment of firemen disabled In the
performance of their duty, providing for
iae licensing of lying-in hospitals; provld
lug for the better protection of the pipe
lines, telegraph lines, buildings, and ma
chinery of corporations or persons en
gaged In tbe transportation of petroleum
or gas. authorizing the borough of Bristol
to Increase its Indebtedness. In the house
tbe appropriations committee sent In an
other batch of bills An amendment was
Introduced to the wholesale liquor law fix
ing the license fee for wholesale druggists
at 1250 The Doyer bill providing for a
graduated tax on Inheritance other than
collateral, to be applied to the creation and
maintenance of a state charity fund, passed
second reading, as did tbe bill Increasing
salaries of state officers. At the night ses
sion, these bills patted second reading; Th
f'rovlde revenue by taxation of banks; re
ievlog brewers from the payment of
license fees and taxes and Imposing upon
them Instead a tax of sixteen cents for
each barrel of product
IlAimiSDUiiU, April 23. The fish and
game committee sent to the house yester
day with favorable recommendation, tbe
senate bills permitting tbe ereotloa of
eel weirs In streams for a perlcd In eaoh
year for a term of four years; providing
for tbe appointment of gams commisslou
ers aud authorizing them to appoint game
wardens; permitting the ute of eelpots.
Kx Governor Curt In appeared on the
Boor of the house, and the bouse passed a
resolution "extending to him its patriotic
greeting, with a cordial expression of
esteem and a hope that be may long live
In health and prosperity,"
Harrisburq, April 23. The house met
at 8 o'clock last evening, In the absence
of Speaker Thompson Henry K. IJoyer, of
Philadelphia, occupied the chair. Mr.
Smith, of Jefferson, chairman of the print
ing committee, offered a joint resolution,,
which was adopted, providing for a com
mission to Inquire into the advisability of
the establishment of a state printing office
where all state printing shall be done
The governor returned without hU ap-
proval the house bill providing for the ex"
penses of school directors In attending the,
triennial conventtou to elect the county
superintendent of Instruction.
IIAKRISBUHG, April 24. In the senate
yesterday the road bill was amended by
striking out the section providing for the
assessment of $1 poll tax on every male
over 21 year of age. These bills passed
finally: Authorizing the obtaining of mar
rlage licenses lu the county In which either
of the part It reside; changing Labor
Day from the drst Monday to tbe first Sat
unlay In September; empowering boroughs
and cities to eitablUb a police pension
fund aud authorizing councils to oontrlb
ute thereto. The governor's veto of the
bill requiring tbe practice of physical oul
titrelnthe public schools was sustained by
a vote of 18 to 1ft. lu the house these bills
pawed finally Constituting Jefferson aud
Lebanon counties separate judicial dls
trlcts; providing that voters shall cast their
ballots at polling places Inside the elec
tiou district In which they are domiciled.
Harrisburo, April 27. The governor re
turned to the senate without his approval
the Mil creating the office of assistant
superintendent of public schools lu the
cities of Pittsburg and Allegheny. The
governor also vetoed Senator Porter's bill
conferring ii'hui the board of public educa
tion or bounl of school directors power to
sell public school property. Among the
bllln paed finally wrre these: Extending
the mechanics Ilea law to those concerned
In setting curbstones and laying pave
ments; authorizing the governor to appoint
a commission consisting of nine citizens to
examine Into and make report upon the
causes of the pollutlou of the sources of
water supply of cities, boroughs aud town
ships, and making an appropriation of
$25,000 therefor; authorizing tbe courts to
appolntthrre viewers from each county
through which a railroad may propose to
ruu to assess damages to property; Increas
Ing the salary of the superintendent of
public Instruction from frJ.Mfc) to 13,500.
The governor sent to the senate the name
of George M. Cress well to be auocUte
judgeof Huntingdon county. lie was con
tinued. Adjourned nutll Monday evening.
In the house tbe bill to prohibit brewer
aud wholesale liquor dealers from owning
retail liquor stands was reported nega
tively. The governor Informed the house
that he had signed bouse bills providing
for thetloenslug and regulation of lying-la
hospitals; preventing county supsrlnten
dents of common schools from teaching
during their Urin of o flics, unless It be
done wlthoutoompensation; providing that
municipal corporations shall not be re
quired to file affidavits of dsfens In actions
of assumption. There was a Ungtby de
bate on tbe Nile revenue tax bill, which
was continued a, the night session. At lu
p. m. the bill passed second reading 86 to
T9. Adlournrnenl to Monday night.
WALP'S EAGLE STORE.
People who buy at our Store
always go away satl.fled be
cause we' give theni thuir
money', worth, then too, they
bave a large aaaortinetit of all
kind, of General Store Oood.
to .elect from. Sumu good.,
those of Fall aud Winter pat
tern, we are closing out at re
duction price, lu order to
make room (or our apring ar
rival of good, which we Intend
to aurpaa. all previous ex
hibition.. We again cordially
Invite you to come and ee ui.
rtrt .trot, Op. Round Houiti.
HAVE YQU READ THE ADVOCATE THIS WEEK ? THE
The Great Naval Review in New
A BRILLIANT MARINE SPECTACLE,
ftis Tlsltlog Fleets of Many Nations Greet
Our Chief Magistrate with Thunderous
Walcom as lis Pastes lletwaea tbe
New York, April 27. The shores of New
York bay were lined with people yesterday
to see the war vessels from all nations pass
up from the Narrows. Flags and bunting
blew from every craft on the water, p re
lenting a brilliant appearance After sev
eral hours of expectancy the long bulls of
the war veasels were teen far down the
Narrowa. Soon their gbostlr lines as
lumed deflnlte shape, and as the fleet earns
3ut of the Narrows the squadron distance
was formed'. Th. two column, were 000
yard, apart, with the Blak. and Phllad.l
phlaln the van. As th. leader. paud
Governors' Island a salute thund.nd from
the old fort, whll. .team whistle, shrieked
a noisy welcome, and a. the ships passed
Llbarty Island th. Miantonomoh fired
twenty-one guns In honor of th. unveiling
of th. Ericsson statue. The Blak. caught
the eye of the multitude. Sh. moved as If
held la check, but her speed wainln. miles
an hour. She carried a guard flag at her
foremast peak and floated tb. naval en
sign of Great Britain at h.r spanker gaff.
The river was kept clear during th. pass
ing of the squadron by a patrol of thre.
tugs. Th. fleet presented a magnificat
spectacle. The bands played national airs
on the British ships as they proceeded np
the river and the .train, of muslo wafted
acroM th. water were plainly heard by tb.
crowds along sbors.
Tbe Philadelphia passed tb. Santa
Maria, which was anchored near tbe Jer
sey shore, nearly opposite Eightieth street.
The Pinta and Nina were anchored a short
distance farther np the stream. The cr.wi
of the mimic Columbus fleet cheered end
waved their bats a. Unci. Sam', navr
steamed by. Tbe white ship, of oar own
navy made a shon log that was not ecllpssd
by any of the squadrons of oar visitors.
Following the formidable looking Blake
came the other Britisher, and Russians,
the Frenchmen, tb. Italians, and tL.
Spanish and Brazilian vessels brought up
tbe rear of the .larboard column.
Tbe United States vessels in th. port
column were followed by Arg.ntln.'s
crack cruiser, Holland's slngl. representa
tive, the Van Speyk, and the German tas
sels. The foreign vessels slowed down and
steamed to positions opposite the escort
ing vessels of our fleet.
There was no accident and no confusion
attending the anchoring of th. men-of-war.
The big vessel moved up th. rlv.r la
the positions to which th.y bad been as
signed, and let go of their anchor, at pre
cisely the point, selected for them by Ad
miral Gherardl. No vessel, were allowsd
to passed between the line, of th. two
columns of war .hips until they wer. .11 .t
anchor. Then steamboat, flllwl with sight
seers passed up between th. lines and In
and out to obtain good view, of our wblt.
cruiser, and the floating war castle, of lb.
foreign uatiouawhoaranprasenttd. Small
boats Also became uumsious and dodged
In and out among the war vsel..
Tbe war ships preaented a beautiful slgbi
this morn Ing aa th.y lay In two columns
extending from Thirty-fourth street np tb.
North river, th. foreign ships on th. New
York side. The sight was still more beau
tiful when, at o'clock, the squ.drnn.
.imult.ncuusly dressed ship and kolsted
At precisely 10 30 th. president and
member, of hi. cabinet were received on
board the Dolphin off Twenty-third stmt.
North rlv.r. The Dolphin then, followed
by tbe coast survey steamer Blake and the
hteamer Monmouth, proceeded upth. rlv.r
petwetn tb. culumns of th. United Stalts
and foreign insn-ot-war. The Blake car
ried the member, of tbe diplomatic corps
ami me uoouioutn tue juages 01 tb. .u
ireme court, senator, and representatives
,f tbe United States and gov.ruor. of
late., accompanied by one staff officer.
Tbe cheers of the multitude assembled
n the docks, on the bnlldlngs along West
treet and on boats of all descriptions tbst
lued th. river were re-echoed again and
.gain aa th. Dolphin, the ltlake and tb
Moumoutb proceeded upth. rlv.r between
ue two columns ol gayly decked wai
hips. When tbe Dolphin', bow was op
oslta each ship's stern there was a -'pre-tut
arms," four flourishes (or ruffles), of
iters and crew saluted, and tbe band
ilajnl the national air. At tbe last flour
h there was a salute of twenty-one guns.
Ou reaching the head of tbe columns th.
Hake anchored at tbe bead of th. foreign
,ud tb. Monvnouth at tb. head of lb.
Vmerluiu column. Th. flag officer, and
he captains of the men-of-war were tb.n
revived on board th. Dolphin and pre
erUeU to the president of the Uolted
itatee, who entertained them at lunch.
!.unch was at th. same time served ou tbe
Hake and Monmouth to tbe guesta ou
The review terminated by the return of
he Dolpbtu, Blak. aud Monmouth throng h
he lines, aud a. tb. president's flag was
ituled down from tbe Dolphin It was
.tinted with twenty-one guns by all of the
ueu-oi-war present, while every vesiei lu
ne fleet manned yarda or ralla.
A. the Dolphin was passing between tbe
ivo columns that portion of North rlr.r
lelweeu tbe American columns and the
K'ew York shore was closed, and all traffic
.ml iiasaage suspended. After the Dolphin
nd anchored at the head of th. line ves
lsof all kinds circled around the fleet.
ioiiig up on tbe New Jers.vsld.of th.
liver, but th. passage between the two
otumns wan closed until tb. presldsnt
ended from tb. Dolubta and th. review
Dr. W.ruts Gets Sla Tears.
I'llitJLUFLrillA, Apr ' In th.caa.of
Dr William H. Wn convicted bafora
Jiida-e tiordonof utai. . ..ght.r in cuelne-
tbe death n( Thomas '. Gallagher by tab
bliiK him at a Republican primary eleuttoa
b. Id in tbe Fourth division of tbe Thirty
fourth ard lu January but, tbe motion
fur a new tnul nas overruled, and a sen
teuce of six year. In the Eastern ptnltta
Moil. I. r Nlrlk. Predicted.
says that the probabilities are that the irou
trade will witness this year one of the
greatest strike, that he. ever occurred In
this pert of th. country. Th. manufao.
turere look upon a reduction In wage, .a
an abvdut. necessity to lb. II f. of the
Cluld Situation lluiruvlfic.
WAmiMtro.-., April 27. Small offers of
gohlooottnuetobe rwoeived at tbe treas
on .coudug oriuot pally front tb. south aud
vtesi. -ine eituaiHtu is fooled uponae em
(l.t lle.dr fr Kin. l-ractlee.
HtRHinavun. April 34 Order, bar. Just
beeu lsauwl Iruiu National Guard head
uu.trter. filing the avaaon fur rifle prac
tice froui Mav 1 lo Oct. SL Aut coninanv
falling to mutllfy forty-five men, unlea.
laiufactor iaoas are shown for aueb
failure, shall u oouaidered so lacking la
uituipuu. to warrant ft. aisbanaoiegt.
LOUAt, If ATTKBI OF MORE OR LKSS
What alas Occur., la Ikls Cltv Uarlag the
tTe.li rertlaeatlr Kpttemlsed ay Our
Toilet paper at aab.l'a.
Fin teams for all nurooses at the
South End Livery.
nr.od. atratne. haat mialltv Hum.
mocks at Gab.la, Lehlghton.
Full line of Ingrain and Brussels
arpets at Henry Bohwartr'a,
iiy. Whiskey, six' par gallon at M.
Martlh'a T.lnnnr Ht-nre. M.iimIi Ohnntr
Dr. O. W. finvdar efrlrAc, a nalr nf
mustang's that wen formerly owned by
-Wanted At the Unaler If 111 .!tnr4
good girls. Oood wages and steady
work. Apply at once.
Just make it a nnlnt tn mm nnvbl
Ebbert when yon want a team for busi
ness or Pleasure. Lowest prices.
Window and door screens in bit?
assortment at Gabel's Lehlghten.
Family washing taken and dona in
tbe best manner. Jfrs. Jamas Bennett,
oor. t th and Iron .tract.
Dr. J.Q. Zern drive, a
bay horse, secured from A. Sell & Co.,
proprietors of the South End Llverv.
Sell & Co , livermea, drlvs a flue
black, horse just purchased from Dr.
i, vv. Snyder.
Henry Graver is nntUair thtnra In
trim preparatory to trattlno his brick
yard In operation for th season.
Ed G. Zern ha. anlrl hmdum.
Columbia bleyole. to Hugh McAnWe,
ot town, and Central Operator Roberts,
Robert and James Klotr. will build
donbls frame dw.lllBe house on annth
John Bally boucht a fin. Int
Seventh street from Samuel Seller last
week and contemplates, at an early
day, to erect a cozy home.
William Wert has Just purchased a
fine building lot on Seventh street from
James Walp. Will contemplates build-
ing nimseir a noma before long.
Herman Hager, of Qeoond street,
who was injured at Packerton some
weeks ago, is able to be about again.
Moses Rehrig has resigned the
agenoy of the United States Insurance
Company for this district.
Arioa Cornet Band waft nut Unn
dny evening and tendered Restaur
anieur W. A. Peters a delightful finale
sorenade. Wlls oantsmplates r.tlrlng
from business at an early day.
ueorgo Dlehl has th oontraot to
erect a new two-storr frame
building for J. II. Koons, on the site of
his present liquor store, on First street.
The old structure will be demolished.
Have you seen th new bonnet?
No I have hod suoh a bad headache of
of late, and been so bilious that I could
net go out rmedy Wright's Indian
Misses Bailie and Annlo. Rnrfn.
bush bave secured a valuable and
pleasantly located lot from Dr. W. W.
Reber on Iron street, and contemplate
the erection of a comfortable home on
A pretty iron fence enoloses the
handsome resldenoe of JO. Hellman on
the corner of Third and Alum cn..f
The f enoe waa manufactured by Peters'
Bros.' of the Eagle Fno Works,
Deibertsville, Lehigh county.
Zlon's Reformed .wmimtUn v. .
appointed the following building com
mitiee: josepn UDert, Wra. Montz,
Howard Seaboldr. ftanra-a Ktn.
R. L. Ko.ns. Th Intention Is to build
an addition to th present edlBo ou
Painter Frank Welnland. f n
has jast completed the contract for
painting a number of passenger coach
es on tb Switchback Rellma,! tv,.
excellence of tb work shows Frank to
be a good artist.
Henry Schwartz, the 1I.Vr,nnn
furniture dealer on First street, will
soon greatly improve th interior of
his large aud handaomahiialnAaa
To make tne outside correspond in ap
pearance ne win also lay a fine flag
stone pavement, Henry is a hustler
and Is getting thar with both feet,
-r-The Springfield Dally Republican
of a recent date says: "Superinten
dent Balllet has received th compli
ment Of belnfl aftlrad hv th
board of New York city to Investigate
to cerects or tbe schools, and recom
meud t) radical measures for imnMv.
ment. He spent three days in tb task
-The new dfrertara ami nfflo.i-a .
the Enterprise and Enterprise No. 2,
Building and Loan Assoeiatlon,of town
are Philip Miller, president! T. A. Sny
der, secretary: W. U. Montz. traaiuror.
T. A. Snyder, solicitor! directors, R. L.
noons, vv. a. BCMnkle, A. W. Raudeu
bush, John Peter. J. P. Uoultkran. and
Joseph Fenner. Tbe following gentle.
men were elected auditors; J, T. Sem
mel, F. P. Lentz ond U. J, Bretney.
Ula rrl.ods t(l.B.
A corrosnondeat to the Tl.1
Sentinel from Beaver Meadow says:
Tuesday, May Wiethe day set apart
for the election of smnntv &nm.lB.N.
dent to suooetd T. A. Snyder of Lehlgh
ton. Th candidates mentioned are
Principals Belsel. of TuarnrH. ur v
Porter, of Packerton; P. H. MeCabe, of
Msquenonlng and Prf. Balllet, ot
Uahoninir. Mr. Rnvd.p th. nr.,.,.t fn.
cuuibeut, Is not a oandldat and will
devote his time and attention to hli
fast Increasing law praotioe. Hehai
filled the Dosltlon oradltabl. for thr..
aucvesstv terms and his friend, who
are legion ou this aid wish him suo
ces in his chosen calling. Pmi nr..
aeut indications the eontatt will be a
Auee.a- la. Clergr
Rev. T. A. Huber. Daator of flnr.
Reformed Cburah of Hazl.ton formety
iilllport will addreae tht East Panus.l.
vaula Claasls of tk Reformed Church
at lU 7Ub annual aeasloa to b. held at
Farmeravllle, Thursday, May 11, on the
aubject,"Sundav Bahoal and It.nlilaf"
Rev. D. W. Booaaman, pastor ot tbe
rreboyienan churob Mauoh Chunk,
delivered a forclabl address at tbe
men', meeting of th Y. M. O. A, la
Hazletou last Sunday afternooa.
Tb many friends of Ed Rtber, of
iiarruy, wuer he la unci Ham' post
muter, la moving about again after a
mug aeige ot oounatu.at with
COMING AND GOING.
RiKr iTrH or rniiELT pkiisonai.
Cncratac Feopl. Tfho Visit a.ri fle
. . P. F. Clark was at Bristol, Treuton
and Philadelphia last week.
. . II, J. Morgan, of the Hersh Heater
Works, was atTremont last week.
. . Adam Hauk,of Hazleton, waa with
John Ilauk and family this week.
. .James Miller aud wife, of Second
street, were at P.ttsvllle this week.
. .Our old friend Harrison Wentz, of
rarryvllle, was In town on Saturday.
..Robert Stansberry, wife and son,
Bundayed with Slatington relatives.
. .Mrs. W. C. Watson, of Bankway.ls
home from a visit to Bristol relatives.
. .Miss Ada Webb, of Mauch Chunk,
was calling on Lehlghton friends on
.. Prof. Traub, the able principal of
tb Parryville schools, was here on
..Station agent H. D. Snyder, of
Parryville was lu town on Wednesday
for a few hours.
. .Miss dertle Rehrig. of East Mauch
Chunk, ylsited Miss Luella Rehrig, on
Second street, this week.
. .Harry Lynn and family, ot Bethle
hem were guest of relatives here over
. . inlss Annabel Brocatle, of tewn re
turned to rvuutowu Normal School on
Monday last, after a pleasant visit at
. .Owen Klotz, Overseer of the Poor,
was at the Lehigh County Almshouse
this week, on business of an official
..M. T. Trexler was doing baslness
atTamaqua and Reading this week.
M. T., is working up a large carriage
and wagon business.
. . Ed Brannlx,as genial and affable as
ever, was in town several days last
week and attend on of the Harmonia
Club's excellent sociables.
..Misses Nan Shuler, Floy Zern,
Mamie Semmel and Mabel Wheatley
called on County Seat friends on
.Miss Maggie Lackey, one of Allen-
town's most estimable and accomplish
ed young ladies, was visiting Misses
Aggie aid LUlie Relchard ou Third
street this week.
. . Misses Mary and Ella Ebbert, ot
North street, accompanied by Miss
Minnie Kelley, of Wllkesbarre, left on
Monday for Philadelphia, where they
are the guests ot George Kearney and
.Valentine Schwartz, one of this
town's solid oltizens, was at New York
elty this week where he witnessed the
grand naval review, one at the most
imposing events In our country's his
tory. ..James Keifer, of Seattle, Washing.
ton, was In town on Monday for a few
hours. Lawyer Keifer was several
years ago a resident of this ooanty, liv
ing at Mauch Chunk where he was as
sociated with W. n.Freyman.
..Saturday will bo the birthday an
niversary of Mr. Wm. Fritch, of Albur
tls, and on the oe.aslen th following
Lehlghton people will surprise him:
Frank Welnland and family; George
Blank and family; Henry Fritch and
family; and Mrs. Eddinger and family.
The report of tbe viewers In favor of
a public road In East Welssport was
confirmed nl si. The road to begin on
the Union Hill side, near Ruch's lime
kilns, pass along Levi Horn's home
ast far some distance, and than cut
across to the turnpike that leads from
Welssport to Monroe eounty. It strikes
the turnpike near Lewis Knauss'.
Messrs. John Craig, ot Lehigh Oap,
James W. Hebarllng, of Jauch Chunk,
and D. Q. McLaud, of Kidder, were ap
pointed Commissioners to Inquire into
the propriety of dividing Weatherly
borough Into wards.
Tbe hotel license ot Casper Uelser,
Weatherly, was transferred to Prosper
Tbe bill ot costs in th coreaer'a
Inquests on the bodies of Christiana F.
Mayer, Pnn Forest, and Andrew
Curtln Albright, of Mauch Chunk,
were appoved by court,
George S. Graham vs. Mahlen W.
Chrlstman. In this case It was order
ed that the defendents pay oyer to th
plaintiff all the Reserve fund or funds
which wer in his hands and control on
August 28, 1892. This is on of th
Iron Hall eases, th defendants, a
bran.h at Wolsxport, b.lng ander tk
impression that they could divide
amongst themselves the fund) on band
at the time ef tn Iron Hall craah.
A decree of divoroe was granted to
Ellen J. LaOIer against Nathan Laffl.r
By order ef eourt the fund, in the
hands of the ex-Sberiif Hiram P. Levan
realized at th David Klntz sale, in
Weatherly, were paid into court. Th
amount Is 0810.03. Frank P. Sharkey,
Esq, was appointed auditor to make
Robert A. Heberling, Esq., was ap
pointed auditor to make distribution
ot the funds in the hands of the admin
istrator ot the estate of Adam Soberer,
Michael Cessldv, Esq, was appointed
to pass upon the exceptions UJed to
the aooount In tbe estate of Francis
Cole, deceased, and make distribution.
of the funds in tbe hands ot admin
Mehl.ak.ra Cll.. K.Ua.
The first leetur of th. spring eours
was delivered In th college chapel
Thursday atteruooa, April 20, by Rev
O. P. Smith, ot Pottstowu, on "The
Tbe tint geological trip by th. S.nlor
Clasa will be made to th Metropolitan
Uuaeum, Central Park, New York elty,
Th Junior Annual will be issued by
about May 1st Th. Annual promise,
to be tbe beat ever Issued h.r. IC
ria. Llaa.f Uaraaas.
A full Una of single aud double bar;
neaa, whips, fly nets, sweat pads, sura'
mer blanket, Ac, for spring trad, at
T.ry reasonable price, at Milton Flery'a
Welssport, Pa, tf
Fifty rolls of chicken lr. ,,.!
received at Cabal's. It will b sold by
th yard or roll at low prices.
Fin toll.t pap.r at Oab.l'..
Carbon County, Fonna.
PICK-UPS FROMTHE DIAMOND.
Short raraaraph. That Will b. R..d by
Bass Rail reopt.. a.m. mm th. Hem.
IV A olub baa been organized at
tF Locust Gap has organized a bat
OT Ashland will have two teams In
the Held this year.
Ok. Levlston sports talk of organiz
ing a good team.
t3T Jo Kappel, th third baseman,
has been appointed captain of tbe
13a, Ashland will open the season at
Lansford on May 6,
OB Eulmer and Qormley will do
battery work Tor Lansford this year.
EtV. Lansford will put new blood in
tST Freeland will hay a good
omat.ur team thla seaaon.
CTa. Jeaneavtlle aud Lansford will
hit hard for high honors this season.
W The grounds at Rtttersville f re
being put In proper shape for good ba'l
a. Allentown has a hard hitting
team and the boys will make their
opponents hustle to win.
HP Ashland opens the Pettsvllle
season-on the 20th.
UP" Sprogel, ot Philadelphia, will be
the pitcher for tbe Hazeton.
iVSom ot th developing ball
players for this town are Frank Ulller,
Will Schafer, Allen .Peters, Al Relch
ard and Manager MsAnlft.
ta. The JeanesvUia base ball club
wlU open their season at home with a
gams on May 20 between the home
team and a- flub from South Bethle
hem, composed of players from Le
high University and the Temperance
CSu "Bill!" Breuan, an old time
catcher of Mt. Carmel, who was report
ed killed by th Nellson explosion, will
hold down second base for Shamokln
EH. A movement is on foot In which
a number of Mt, Camel's prominent
sporting men ar lntarsted to stenra
a sit for a bass ball park aid bleycle
The plans for the grand stand
In th West Hazleton ball park hay
been received. The stand when finish
ed will be a marvel of beauty and will
have a seating capacity of 800. Among
the many adyantag.s will be six com
modious private boxes with seating ca
paclty of ten persons each.
tW In last Saturday's game at
Rittersville with the Allentown pro
fessional nine, tbe Catasauqua team
was constituted as follows: Gilbert,
catcher; Qormley, pitcher; Satelle, first
base; Thomas, 2d b; Waddlck, short
stop; Ualone, 3d b; Samuels, left field;
U'llara, center Held; Bush, right field.
0Th LehlghUn Base Ball Club
having been reorganized for th season
ot "33, Is now ready to book engage
ments with all the leading amateur
clubs in tb Lehigh Valley. Tbe club
Is composed of the .following well
known players: C. Chrlstman, pitcher;
W. Koch, catoher; G. Rehrlg-short stop;
T. Conerty, first base; A. Peters, second
base; T- Rehrig, third base; J. Yenser,
left field; G. Evans, center Held; G.
Sohaffer, right field; E. Relchard, G.
Knauss and II. Swartwood, substitutes.
As the above players form an eic.p.
tlonally strong team, old-time Lehlgh
ton base ball can be looked for here
this season. The club will play a prac
tice game, on th horn greunds, with
a "picked nine," this Saturday after
noon. Admission, free; all are invited
Lltll. Scraps mt r-.rs.aal M.atl.a of rish
I Cbarl.y Wagner and Will Heberling
war angling tor trout last Saturday,
Th.y capured 45 and 49 eaoh.
I William and Press Koch, Charley
Chrlstman, John Hummel, James
Yenser, employees of Koh's cigar
factory, accompanied by J, J, Hummel,
on lionday were angling for trout back
near John Dlstler's. They had a big
tlm and captured all told One
t Th coloring ot trout is subject so
muoh to tk nature of their environ
ment and the abundance and variety of
food at their command, that one may
easily detect the conditions under
which they live and thrive by th dull
ness or brllllan.y ef tb.lr tints. A
poorly fed fish will uav t.w or no
spots, a drab belly and y.liow sides. A
very old trout will have the same hne;
in addition, he will be lean and large
headed. Young, healty, fast-growing
trout may be detected by their silvery
sides, whit belly and numerous and
highly colored spots. It Is asserted
that tk color ot a trout's back depends
on tbe color of tb river or .treats in
whlob. he lives. Of them all, however,
trout which have aocesa to salt water
possess th most dazzling sliver tints.
cwing bs the variety and abundance of
food at their command.
About sixty d.l.gaUs, represent
ing the Catholic temperance aocl.tlea
otthls r.gtoa, met at Odd Fellows' Hall
Beaver Meadow, Monday. Joba J.
Brogan and Patrlok J. Kelley were
elected president and secretary. White
Haven, I-re. laud, Hazleton, Drlfton.
Eckl.y, Harlelgh, Audenried, Jeanes
Till and Beaver Meadow societies sent
delegates. Prohibition and license
wer discussed at length by Messrs.
Judge, of Seranton, McCarthy, ot Free-
land, and others. The law that pre
vails in many societies relating to a
fin upon members for violating the
pledge, waa also discussed, and a
motion carried that th fin system
was considered th b.st.
T Th Novelty Works, a W.ath.rlv
nterprlse. was sold out bv Sheriff
Webb on last Friday.
1 The Stockholder, of th. Tnwam.n.
sing Farmara' Fire Insurance Pamnin,
will meet next Monday in th hall at
Millport for tbe purpose of electing
u.w o facers. This nolloe Is Issued by
President. Levi Wentz. and Ranr.t.r.
Baby coach, from (8 unwarda at
(label'. Hardware store.
Rye Whiskey. (1JM .r o.linn .t
U. Martin's Llaaor Store. Mauoh
April 29, 1093
LARGEST $1.00 PAPER IN
WEISSPORT AND AROUND
SriOT nAPPEnlNOS IHtlEFI.Y KriTO
Th. Dole, of th. Week Int.rleaded Willi
work on th. Central railroad at this
piaoe nas commenced.
Francis Rein and famlU
ounaay at uanieiavllle.
ueorse Wants and family f
Weatherly. will move to Rlckertavlll.
in me near future.
Oscar Houser, ot Weatherly, clr
cled her the other dev.
The genial Ed Campbell and Tom
Arner witnessed the grand naval ro
.IAS. of V. Vn.1. ..!,.. 'IM
Fred Waasem has returned from
Ublcago with a fine lot of thoroughbred
uniTersna warren otrauss
berger, were crushing hearta up at
i r . , , , .... 1
luuuLzviu. on last aunday.
Miss Alice Kram Is home from
visit f several weeks pleasantly spent
among Fairview frlenrl.
H. R, Kreldler la building a fine
express delivery wagon f or A. L. Hager-
man, tne bustling U. S. man at L
Mra. Jacob Brong, of Falrvlew,
called on friends here last PtI,1ot.
Tbe work of Oiling In the trestle
A good frame dwelling- hmtu tn
getker with all necessary outbuildings
nicely located on Union Hill. Apply
to itobert Klotz.
For rent, a nice store rnntn natt.
door to the Fort Allen IIoue. Apply
to Henry Chrlstman,
Pierce Boyer, of Allentown, was
here on Sunday,
W are mach pleased to note the
partial convalescence of Mra. Rnl
Yeakel, of Union Hill, who had been
quite in rer somt weeks past,
A young child of Operator f elp, of
union Ulll, is quit ill.
R. J. Hongen Is dolnr. business at
SUokel 1c Peters will sell sixteen
valuable building lots on the Ctk of
next month. The lots are located in a
grewing section of Franklin township,
on tbe road to Harrity.
After a visit of some weeks to
Solomon Yeakel and family on Union
Hill, Mrs. Addie Yoder has returned to
Mrs. Levi Uarleman. of Union Hill
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fulton
Bowman, at Allentown.
"Bob" Anthony elrcled at Big
Creek on Monday.
The LC.4N. Co., haye promised
to Improve the canal bridge next month
Keep your ey open so you don't miss
Merchant John K. Lent?, amllaa
quite audibly over the coming to his
Pleasant nome, on tbe east side, ot a
bright little baby daughter, whom the
"Stroller" hopes will lire long and
Th borough council meets In rncni.
lar monthly session on Monday even
Miss Mary Whitehead -nnnn. no
select school on Monday morning with
a total attendance of thirty-five pupils.
Miss Mattle Anthonr Is out arter a
The UnUn Hill Literary Society
closed their weekly RlnAtinira fn, th.
season on last Saturday evening by the
reuaiuou si a program of special in
terest. We congratulate ouryoung friends
Miss Lizzie Phlfer and Harvey Drels
bachon their marriage, which took
place at the residence of Roy. Miller,
pastor of the Evangelical congregation
on last Saturday evening.
A "Women's Missionary Society"
has been organized by the lady mem
bera of the Evangelical congregation
by the election of the following officers:
Prosident, Mrs. Robert Seviell; ylco
president, miss Emma Mertz; financial
secretary, Lucy Romig; recording
secretary. Mrs. Bart Amor. r.c....-
president, miss Emma Mertz; financial
Alias 8. E. Whitehead: onranlst. uiJ
EvaRomlg. The society will meet on
the first Monday evening of each
-On last Thursday, Miss Annie
TTaSS.m.Of this town .nrl Pr.nl ir.rV.I
finger, of Packerton, were united in
tne bonds of wedlock the Rev. J. Al
suBuonasoi wedlock tne Rev. J. Al.
vinReoer. castor, of Zlon Rnfnrm.
Church. Lshlffhton. offlciatlnir .tih.
Important ceremony. The young eonnle
I !!-. .
luuouiaieiy went into tbelr own
mceiy mrnisned borne on Bankway
Lehlghton, where they hare this week busI,less is conducted is not at all do
receiving th congratulations and best slrable br ths people, nor, we doubt
.Uha. nf hn.UM.l.-j. iK.um... can It be lone nteasunt. fnP IliaPn,,.,.
wishes of a host of friends. The"Strol
ler" also tenders hannlaal f.llHtntlnr,,
and best wishes for long life and pros
BUILDING AND LOAN.
6 The meeting to organize a new
Building and Loan Association was a
saccess. Of the 1CD0 shares CSS warn
subscribed at Summit Hill, and the bal
ance have since been taken nn. A mm.
mittee on by-laws, charter, eta, was as
loiiows: t-rank Adams, Francis Bros
lln.John Garret. Alex MnK.v.Wm M.
Elroyle, F. X. Cannon, D.J. O'Donnell,
u. l. U rammer, E. E. Scott The corn
miUee has retained J. S. Fisher u
ft About 100 share, nf t,k tn tk.
new balldlnrr and loan RKKnfntinn r..
Lansford has been subscribed. A meet
ing waa held in th Lyceum building
Tuesday evening for tb purpose of
receiving additional names and col
lecting an assessment of ten cents per
6 At the monthly meeting of the
Anthracite Building and Loan Associa
tion In Oak Hall, Weatherly, fifteen
suaresof stack were sold,(all first series)
at a premium of $100, with 0 10 off.
The Hellertown RAcnrrfer 1. nw
candidate for public favor at Heller
town. The new paper Is four pages,
six colums to a page and the first issue
baa a large supplement Kramer 4
Hart ar tb publishers and we hone
that they will meet with success.
Tbe Lehlghton Press entered IU
second year with it last issue. It has
the appearance of success.
Alt kind, of honk, .nit ftna&tn tlAn.
ry at Luckenbach'a, Mauch Chunk.
Fly dlffrnt styles ot lawn
mowers at prtees lower than tbeleweat
at J. L. Gabel's, Lehlghton.
Express wagons, IS cent and up
ward at Qabtl'a, First trt
SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS.
Society Tld-lllts of Interest to the Mem
bers of ttie fraternity.
vontlous will be held on the dales
Royal Arcanum. Grand Councils of
ew tors-, at uutlato, April Xi and -li.
O. U. A., Pennsylvania State Council
ivew urlguton, l'a., May 2 to 4
Ktitffhts of the flolilfin Eaelu. f.miul
raaal T- .( f
wiuwwtci, auujr .
1 n n w t i. fit
v. . a ., ajiaiivA iAJuno ui x tjnusji-
mnia, DauRhtcra of Kebtjcoo, ut Read-
in?. May 15 to 20.
v-.. u. -' "
Court, at Stopleton, Long Island, Moy.
Pennsylvania Mfth Reserve rmnilmi
at Wllllamsport, May 10.
I ."vuuoui, uu
buryi May 10 to 18
independent Order Red Mcu nt Sun
Hlioh Ptrnr nt A ,, .1 nr, . 1
here on Tuesday.
This is Mauch Chunk's nermnnnnt
organization 01 ooard of nealtb. Fresi- '""itu me uogers works in
dent, Dr. Erviu; secretary, Robert 1831 and continued lu service till 1800
Heberling; health officer, Dr. Ii.ach, and tl19 exception of a few restor
tleputy henlth officer, Dr. Henry. Work ed parts wl" "PPcar at Chicago exactly
win oe commenced at once to prevent
nny probable epidemic striking Mauch
The work of razing tho old court
Duse building was Vmpleted ou
house building was Completed ou
oaiuraay oy contractor Herman Relbe
of Lansford, who had the job.
Few plays come with a henrtler re
commendation than Denmnn Tl
son's "Old Homestead." which t
presented at Concert Hall this evening
ana ot wnicb so much has been written
The plot Is a simple story of the pre
sent day, and deals with one of the
present types of country farm life in
New England, into whichjs thrust a
wedge of life in the city a moving
panorama of the two bringing back to
all a dear memory of "old home." The
moral tone Is perfect, the improsslon
pure and wholesome, its success is its
simplicity in dea lntr with a anhW
that comes home to everrhndr.
Genial John Brighton is back Bt
tne Armbruster House, after an ab
sence of several weeks through SAVPrA
Mrs. William Carroll rll,I nt I,.
borne In East Mauch ChimV nn Kt-
day. Interment was made on Tuesday,
ine fitnrnnirersarr nf vi.
lowshlp in America Was nalahrnta,! i
an imposing manner In tnls town on
weanesuay, Tbe parade formed at
11.30 in rJast Mauch Chunk.
orations in both towns were grand. Bo-
tween 15u0 and 2000 men were in line.
Vr m. Arndt was marshal. fA anlanHbl
account or.tho parade by a special cor
respondent ii crowded ont.1
At a meeting of tbe Board nf fnno.
gersofthe Lehigh Coal Sc Navigation
company, Held iu Philadelphia on
Monday. Josenh S. Harris tnnrlnpo1 M
resignation as president of the com
pany. Tills was accepted, and Mr.
Harris was elected to the rfnr,i nf
Managers. At the same time Edward
u. ieiseurlng tendered his resignation
as manager, and was alnntoi incM.
jut. Harris as president. Mr Lelsen-
nng is a member nf tho nail u,,n,.,
Lelsenring family of
which has taken an Important part in
me ueveiopmeut of anthracite oal
land ln Pennsylvania Ma ia t.iMA,e
Individually Interested in a number of
coinertes, ana bas for years been iden
tified With thebUSlneSanftlinnnmn,,....
of which he becomes the president.
Jiaucn Chunk feels honored at the
distinguished recognition showed one
of her favorite sons.
Tho contract for building Carbon
County's new court housa was award
ed on Tuesday morning to Herman
Relbe, of Lansford, for 31,230.C3.There
" iuwer man Mr. ifelbe,
W-B' UaU Pottsville, $78,770.03 and
Sshaffer Bros., Stroudsburo-. 7n.vim
VuT tWs discrimination was made In
Brautiug the contract is clothed in tbo
dcepe8t mysteT to the public and
place the county commissioners In un
enTlaDIB "Kht before the people. Mr
I Mr. Relbe alsn hnrl th ..n.,.
Mr, Relbe also had the contract for
razing the old court house building and
there were ugly expressions heard re-
' "" prnssions
Kardlug the manner in which that con
was Krantsd. We regret that
er8 suould bo a lack of confidence I
our public officials, yet the privacy
with which matters pertaining to this
Commissioners. Let nshnnn tkt
the future all will go well and that tb
ugly rumors wnl cause. Messrs. Mil-
ler. Sendel and Patltinn nra nil rollaVilii
and experienced business men, and
snouid bend their best energies to give
tue-people or the county a good, suit-
able and substantial building at nioder-
ate cost. The other bids were us fol-
Blunter Bros , Stiowlsburz
Uoinu. tiros., boulh BtluMieiu..
A. s. Tblllips, tvilke-barre
OrJis a sous, Allenkivu
C. 11. Kuelley. CihdosIuiii
Herman Itleoe, laoslord
W. a Hall, I'oiutille
W E. Ully. fiethletMui
It. ast, Uaueb OhuDk
L. w. ralifnter, lieuilehera ,
Hum & lfelier, Krankltu
J. s. AUaui. South lieihlekeiu....
Josfah KaiKlel.Maueb Chunk
'.. sjoo ut
. mt Tfu
.. SS.T00 CO
.. SO OS
Molina ol ih. Spri.a- K.asion of ih. s.e. I
The semi-annual meeting of tbe seo-
ond eonferenoe of tbe Lutheran rl n la.
tericim of Pennsylvania waa opeued iu
iuq x.iuueraa unurcu ai nam atoaqay I
v,ou,uH. a i uiii uui ui paaujrai
were present, who were cordially wel-
mttinil liv III. m.tni. 1, n 1 . .. ir .
I 'l iuoihi. ... U .
I.'m.I.. ., . . . I . V. . . I . ... . .1
..uup,. ii . hid uivmu.nl ui iiik 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1
auo uuuruu, uui reoenify renoralecl, Is
Tj , 7 """" I'luuMiiuoi
uuxoroauneu 10 iw appearance. Tbe
opening sermon was preached by the
Rev. S. A. Kepass, D. I)., of All.ntown
The dieoourse was an abi, on.and was
1 Daw awl nn arM-ilo Han1..l (..A 1 . . I
5. Tbe liturgical eerrloAti
ducted by the ltev. A. R Hnmo n n
ot Allentown, and tbe Rev. Mr. Brun-
ing, of tut Ilavan. After th er
mon holy oeeaca anion waa 9.iatmt
Tbe.bualuesa aeasion. laagau Tuesday
morning. .i':jat seventy mlnialers be
long to ihecuufereuoe, which embrace,
tbe oountiea of Lebigb, Northampton,
aobnylkiil, Carbon, Wayne, Pike, and
Abjai seventy ministers be i
ON THE RAILROAD.
ItUIKK MENTION Or A AVKKK'S DO
INOS ON TIIK IIAII,.
Hhort l'nraerapl,. Ttiat Will boot Interest
lo tbe Ilallro.,1 Itovs.
t A large force ot men are at work be
low White Haven, bulldlnc tbo Cent
ral's double track between Tannery ami
Kockport. Steam drills are being used
I to TnodI(mtlio wm-L- mt tUn
, ..v,...v , uu.. ovvsua n..u.
I 1 I . .
mil hmo ue eoipiOjU 90011.
I !.( 1 1 ai. . n
ib i"i sum me utHtutaR iteceivers
hare been notified by tho Attoruey
General of New Jersey that the Kaston
I A Inilm. n.ll.n..l I . . , . ,
I .I.UIUM, 111 11 L L II n 1 Pill l.LI 1
from tle Reading, and that this fact Is
tl.,ll. ii ii .i ,.
t Of the many relios of the civil war
- to be seen at tho Columbian exposition
none win nave a more pathetio Interest
than tbe famous nM
i "- ""iiiu uauies .j. nnurews ana Off
SOfiad of Federal kcniits mn,I tholr
witu which James J. Andrews and bis
mous ruu on the Westarn Atlautlo road
ln Georgia, April 12. 18C2. The enulne
m u;u me ramous run was
maile- of tUe twenty-two raiders eight
inoludlng Andrews were bauired.
"'H"1 escaPea. and the other six were
excg in 1803.
t rhe New Jercey Central Railroad
has begun work upon a branch to ruu
irom i'erth Ambov to Hmiml iimni
"The new route will shorten the Cen
tral a time between Philadelphia and
the shore about forty minutes.
t The repair hands ou the Catasauqua
.uu i uKoiaviue itauroad, wbo last Nov
ember had their Deriod
from 10 to 0 hours per day, on Monday
-s"" i-uiumeucea to put In 10 hours, at
ceuis per nour.
I Engine No. 2rt. nn ti.. l'oit... i
" luosnops, looking as neat and
trim as a new Din. Al siiio- nn.
throttle and Harry Weidaw looks after
me ure. UOtn nre from tnwn
t Ifm.Waterbor.Vall fitT uantlnn l,non
gavored tickets to four Americans
i.uin mis neighborhood and put in
their place seven Hungarians.
t A joint union meeting of divisions
237, B. of L. E; 154, 0. R, C; 231 B. of L.
1.131 O. R.T.and 1m H Tf u rp ..m
bo held in Allen's Opera House Tama-
qua, i a., Sunday afternoon, April 30,
1603, at half-bast 1 nVI,t .
dresses will be made by all the promt
nent leaders of the local orgamzatlous
and severalother well-known speakkrs
Programme will also consist of vocal
aud instrumental muslo. All railroad
men and others Intui-oLt. -
v-ovum io uurui-
olly iuvited to attend. Committee.
L-.B. Henry, N. Zerbey, M. R. Moore,
G. J. Carroll, and U. S. Brobst.
I engineer Robert Klotz, of Union
Hill, brought north in f h. rui, .
yards, one night recently two now and
handsome locomotlmu thot i.J
"- vuuiy mm l j i,u u aj
on exhibition at the Chicago Fair.
One waa a Norfolk Western. No. atO
and the other waa No. (MO P. & R.
tiu, un, x'. tx lu
II. . .
application lias been made hrtliA
receivers of the Philadelphia A Head-
lUKrauroaacomDanT tn itu,i
States circuit court to grant authority
for the release from the Readinc-'. rnn .
for the release from the Reading's con-
ioi mumston Amboy railroad
aud the Lehich Valley Termininal
Rnllway Companies, and for the carry
out, instead, of a trackage agroement
WAich h&M hAAn rraanUt.A.l l.-a
favJlou UCIHCOII IU9
Reading and those companies. Judge
m-'n.ia,!) lUmiO Bit HP.1AP rafaa. ... 1L.
matter to George L, Crawford, the
ojitumu masier, to near testimony upou
the proposed SUrreildar nnrl Krl....i
of the trackage agreement, aud report
w mo uuurt me aavisabiiily of grant
ing the requests.
t The resignation of JnAnh h it ts
as president of the Lehigh Coal and
accepted Monday mnrnlm. i .
lu uoarri of JiianaRers and,
iuwaru u. jeisenrliii, ,i. .
the board ohos,en to secceed bim.
X A ClirloUS locomotive Wllh rlnnl.U
connectlnK rods, invents htr .ii, n
Shaw, has been forwarded to Dostou.
The double rods obviate the necessity
of tho counter balance en the drlrins
wheels and make runnitigsmootherand
oaaier. i ne wear on the track Is also
much less, as tbe counter h.i,,
strikes with u blow of nine ton at every
iBiumuon. me locomotive is said to
have a record of 102 miles an hour.
t John Ginder and familp.nf pu.o.
ton, visited relatives here, Sunday,
t Two of our former ril,!ntc nM..
Ginderand Harvey Rucb, of Allen-
"wu, were nere ou Sunday.
. ' i- " "rwair., or,
T8lte1 here 0Q Sunday,
t U,nJ- 'o'hstein sol
T l. vv. Btelgerwalt, of the upper end
bold an AvnollAnt
working horse to L. J. Heldt, of Le
T Frank Bute, of Atlentown, olrcled
t Wm. Eck made a buelnees trip to
Big Creek on Monday.
tAdam Hill aud John Hexer, of
Bowmanstown were well known visiters
here on Monday last.
t Judfiinir from tbe amnnnt nf nnln.
tooe planted in this stction ther will Im
plenty next fall.
, um .ojiucrs are OUUipiailllOg on
account of the rainy weather whlob Is
t Our farmers are complaining on
lueiaying mem in Ibelr eprlnif work.
t Artist Fulton Bowman from Allen
I town baa seenred a nntnlukr nr
tract for painting and decorating lu
, . i. uauie, unrn a large lore em
ployod at making ties for electrle r.u
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nu hiuih a. niwaih a
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loaiu.aqp.il wjiuji! jo iannuiiq .in
qivsp oi uinu iuar Ki iwiisup sag
pn. oaoiota ii). iwoiau nKitpMunj
-aq nq 'p.qiingaii. ii )iiO s.u up .0,
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Vf.qi1UOH illupwi jo UB, iiyj
'111 jo quva m ufat) in 1r..
uuauv u.pujox 1 iojttuj v ui tautu
eo afamd v- tlv TllltK
HM.S3 T "I PlflH MI,HX
$i.OO a Year in Advanc!
OUR TOWN COMAL.
An A1Jonrnx1 MttMIng of f oum
net! Much Nfcitirv Rtttintt
II oat Mvetluc Nlnlii.
LMl TlturseUy evontnu iom:
Rdjourned tof ctlnit nl th dffl.
; 1 M.tfJ
the exception of V n Kh ,
aifslll .! Ilahal sis.l.i. . ..
IV llkaa as All M,n I...
ami HrTubit mnnnei
kir. Moillthrnp. tor tlir -u
Snytler matf. t offfi- n the i
Snjder hr .iiiuwrtt tin- jnh ,
hjsUi wni.M .in th i i
mid Unit hi uln I if nirm-iM',1 i
11. O. hum mtjvi 1 1 nitt Mi
the pil.lli'i' t tRi'tlu'
(en tret friftn Svrifiiy i i ui h i
0. 1, S in- .i n ta ii .--t in n,
Stifft itrntlid so 111 hi iifti.tn II
build a ft in . Mi. At kofii - it
tends Into i tin muitll ut Co 1 -
xircxriiil.ivil tun,) tli,. .
tnjf lot. fli-- tmeiiin wiM ur
,! in (I
! lam (
lilts lIUlXtlL.M! lllllll'
M(illltlll tl. .ii, n t ill .
tK to the t n riry, 1 1 nm ,
ine aity iuf tviu i nu i.'t
llmw ne ILiidii-i si ,nif
ot ttienllev mid it it 11 u'"" .
Iiuvh ill rnnvi 1 1 1 i a. i ., 1,1, v . ,
I ll tig 114'
Henry tuavei was inctrtit
ojreiteu (lirniRi, iHh i.ri'jiii .
ground tor Mnii fr -
MbUilliroL) wii . owns ,i,i a,!)
thought tliAt un .ii'f, . ou i
asseuerou lh oni i i-t i
beior thesun. wuu A mm
I hi tuatt-r u t iihiimIiii ,
I I. 8. Kocli-H .x,n,, M
Tht' pet It San iium ss -
(liclit ttftdiii t tkfn up . m ,i
Jlie tax rate tor i,m wi ii
motion or I J Heldt li i i
MIlU IlKlll, 6 , mill-- 1-oihi,
Bill Ulu;lilon INt ,
ces was oiden u s,,
hill ot 110.10 tor har.i ur
UIl 11IOIMM1 OI I. Pi iYm ll
Klntt trtet Mliould i- s ,,tu. ,
be trimmed. aut ih a iik- i mn u
06 put 111 (rood eon In u n ts .tg,
Ob motion ( l. h, K. ,i n s (, ,i
..... nam viis(oiij niiiiii UHIUimi
1 11 Hill ODDOtUB Die r.Vi IIIIILTIS.
Kniat-it iromiaroou w linage tt
his property vui budiv in n' ai.ii un
1 k' A h.e -u,, , ., .1 - ,i. , ... .
il ntiM a titnnf li i Il.t,if,.i i i,
the becreuiy of Wat l tn it
A motion to adjoin ii uniM Tn
i ' rf (til, J
Miss E. Lily Arnor aud Mr Lcwti
Zimmerman uere at A lien tow a ot
l ! II Saidla lo lusiln l.t. l.A.ca
oalnted. ArriRr IIihr.. iiTirl P i; ftnlllur
are uoiur tne wui k.
-Tbo r ecu lar ruoutuiv miHiai! ol
our Rennni nnnn wq iiai.i i t
Owen Frant.. of this oluco. a enni
auotor ou n LeUln VaUej frciKUt t ral
IiaU two or his flnxtTi uia-nt'J las
-Oftlnc to the late snrini? oor fnmi.
ers uave uot be able to sow their oate
or plant the potatoes ab early a uual."
fPI, V. 1 f T .la.
opened on the 17th InbC, with an at
tendance ot thirty pupils ,;-
Ker. Edmond Dutz will ttrcnah In
the Evangelical church ou Sunday;
MOW MI9 IOU BIDI1UT , '
Subscribers are rnnurrvAt.od turafntit
the date following tho namo on thT
labels of their nan ers. Uv rofprrlnrr t.J
this they can tell at a Riauce how they:
I iJBujtiiu.u nurrisuu juaeiin J
I tl.t .. . , m . 5
Ilenjamiu Harrison, June2H m
IUCius tuaL enjnim is pam up w
uy Koopinff tae nguref
aurauco or me preseut ctato sub-i
fecribore wil1 fJavo oota thomstJ ves anL
tn(S PuWlw niui-h trouble aud annoy. ;
HKEO I'lll ATOKH
Farmers and all others who ft tint due
seed potatoes should not fail to . uti ut. '
u. J.baeger. opposite thr canai Kasfc
etssport, wbo has now on nana ready
lUtHLOBf ure rnn UUOST in tllP mnrlff. '
lUV Until tuev S6o w hat hn hns. i .mu :
quick for they are going fast
William Tli'ituac na.l
viuiam xooma, ac onetime a roi-
ueuL oi (,uis iown. nut ror tne tuist vimm
llvinrr In I.Vanb n .1 1 .1 u t J53
. - - -
LHdiert Summer 8tjrle ure Nearly F
Blmllles ofThojor Oor Grandmother.
Leadlnu, deslgun f fasiiwn-
ciusfns tiiereYlvai of tUf m.I i ui tm Lout i
t-vy-t a;v..a .t II' U ail UriTUUT
Mjma "Jul" i III. ll H f,E i
.' ak .prat (ps.utsialiH . i -s.T,
ofiiiagk-. Fur Khtitirif ani,i. i moiii rt find
nerse'f at a loss to rf prorttn uct oi i iese new i
l; Itt i hliw in IroiitKon r,.ai Mua mue 1
the skirt 1 i.dletil fXiinid mill tl ii.,u vat4
aar. iiy, m,Ti- ti;o IfUIH lilt f CsflUlkl J
0iXiiica'miisucu UiHU tn C-.ll tv d'tO tPWiJ
Who Bff km IrfOI.IUtlOII III 'l l tl i
-m nioiea rHrtVitu.i ( s a
kill' AH 'Is IWl . 1 u a . . . . .
and coiiUItt ary. lop.tdla ui kwm
subltct. "flie Freii. u tn,
ii a i Oriv.-n
roih only $'.'Oo utr milium, oi i
U ndhout a peer tot ,n.. . .
Ttiey aloo ronutlu if ms on ,
niiioii iciuue pi4 T iiiem lf. t
Ija ItfulM' Ullh ita li.w .,K.,,,.
$UA a Tear.or isvt, n i, i
'It Di , f (VI
tial "iMkrexielleuce. ' Ituiuihieio vit
eeptaaysubftsltuto, hut i. iiir iu 1 1
a. iciwbii ka , tteil 111 i bti'n
Will La Ilr 14
Dr. DanxWF. thA Wnll.Lritvr. ,-
And noe speoia-lNt, of Ualtti will tw
at tne uzeuauge Hotel ou I Vhl i, tvlny
12th. If you are ailing dnu't tui to
all and see him.
FIVE IIL'Xlllthll UOI I.AK-,
IJSra lfiinHywl Mn)....u .n i. j
hv lr llnwAKlr.. Una...nl,.r.. . 1
j !'. imi'i, 1 1 ii at raats
..minim, umuii l u, x IIU- t"t' fttlUUE kJ
nwurj uusiooure. i nrontc (lisnaK-,
sia, Liver, Kidney, Rheumatism, ll.-art I
inuisoretiou ef youujr meu, MetiUl 4
ns 445. ISo experiment but t cure, t
auvutaUUl ourti vy my OV U UUW J
meinoiis oi treatment, oTt r in j-ouis m 3
constant practice i'uneuitatiun free a
at th Walunnpl 11,,..., I.. 3
Will remain until the tiit of iMar
uome at enee. ; 23 im.
Kh. Irsnketa s
A cri-am of tartar li,ijing
powtler. Higlut ot 11 1B ,
leavendir strength ,
United States Govern men I J'ood
Report. Hoyal Bukina l,s!t r '
Co.. 106 Wall 8t,N.