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Lohighton, Carbon Oonnty, Ponna. June 10 L893
$1.00 a Year in Advano
VOL XXI. No. 30
- HAVE YOU READ THE ADVOCATE THIS WEEK ? THE LARGEST $1.00 PAPER IN THE COUNTY. -
DHU11HAL CHEiPGASH STORE
What we want to impress on
the minds of our patrons is that
nnr assortment of Parasols and
Sun Umbrellas can not be
equalled by any bouse in this
Valley lor variety 01 siyies mm
lowncss in prices.
Fans, Pans, Fans, Fans,
from the lc. fan to the finest
Kid Gloves in Slates. Tnns
ai.d Black, in several grades.
The best kid gloves are war
ranted under fair usage. ,
Corsets in White, Black Scar
let and Slates.
Ladies Gauze Underwear in
all grades; an elegant assort
ment ; all sizes.
'Hosierv of almost every ties
cription; all the latest colorings
for children. Our stock has
Wen larrrer bv far this season
than tnat of any other and the
prices will be foutid lower.
We claim to- be and are the
largest house of its kind and
consequently can sell below all
J. T. NUSBAUM,
nut Street, between South and Hum Streets,
Disastrous Tire in a Thriving
North Dakota Town.
LOSS FULLY TWO MILLION DOLLARS
I.OO At, HATTKKS OF MOllE lilt IKSS
The Carbon County Teachers Examinations
will be held as follows.
wueMnlu.. for 'Mauch Chuuk Township,
JUW8hton, lor Uhlghton and Packerlon.
'"velssport, (or Welssport and rarryvllle
June 23. . .
Mauch Chunk, June SI.
East MaucUUIiunK, June M.
Frauklln Independent district, June 2.,
BelVeV&adr.Ior Bank, Tonslp. June
iludsondale, lor Packer Township, July 31.
Kockport, lor Ielilgt- and Lausane lov.usi.lp,
iftrnfeir, lor Kidder Totvnshly and East Side
Al1eala2i.t Corner, for Mabonins Township.
AA9hnJld, for East Penn Township. August 8,
Millport, lor Lower ToaineiislnK township
Abren?le9f8Tiile School, lor Upper Tow aniens! tig
Township, August 10. . .r
Furnace bchool, tor FraukUo Township, Aug
Stony Creek Bchool, for fnu Forest lown-
All applicants must be examined in the dis
trict In n hlch they Intend to teach. ISo cert n
cate will be granted to any person under six
teen years of age. Examinations begin at half
past elKhL Directors me heartily United to
A. b. Belsel, Co Supt. elect
Over Two Hnndrd Honsci Destroy! ftrnl
TwelTS Hundred PopU Blade Home
Uii Th Flr Crones the Itlver to
Moorhsnd, nutroylng Tral DatldlDff
FAltao, N. D . Juno 8. During a heavy
wind fire broke out at 2 o'clock yesterday
tfternoon, and burned for twelve hour,
destroying over 200 business houses and
residences, making over 1,800 people home
less, and causing a loss estimated at fully
13,000.000. The burned district comprise
the business portion of the town and is
bounded by the "Western Union Telegraph
office. Headquarters hotel and Northern
Pacific depot.thenoe tothe GreatNotthern
depot and along the line of the Great
Northern railway to Red river.
The principal business street of the city
lies within the district burned, and the
finest business blocks are In ashes. In that
part of the city there were also many res
idences, and these went down before the
Most of Ihe buildings In that part of the
city were frame structures, and these of
fered small resistance before the rush of
flames sent agalnnt them by the gale that
was blowing at the rate of thirty miles an
The fire burned alt the buildings along
the river front The bridges between
Moorhead and Fargo have been burned,
and all telegraphic communication In cut
off, -Assistance arrived at the scene from
Grand Forks. Dulnth and Crookston were
asked for help. The fire departments of
the latter towns, however, arrived too late
to be of assistance, as they were obliged to
reach the scene by urn Ming a long uetour,
crossing the lied river at East Grand
A strong wind made the Are burn so
quickly that nothing was saved. The
flames went through brick buildings as
easily as frame ones. The Are started in a
stable and spread with awful rapidity.
Among the principal firms burned out
are i Ilerseman, dry goods; urane's res
taurant: Maglll, farm machinery; North
era Pacific elevator buildings; Western
Union Tel eeranh office: Morton, real es
tate; Red River Valley National bank;
Daily Forum (newspaper); aierciiams
State bank; Opera house; E. S. Tyler, real
estate; Mlnuesota Chief (newspaper); Deer
Inir Si Deer. Implement nouses; uole liv
ery; Vinson's restaurant; Grand hotel;
Fleming's drug store; Veder & Iewls,
arocerv: Chrlstlauson'8 drug store; biiert-
dan hotel; Appel Bros., Minneapolis Goods
company; Logan's studio; Ames Iron
works; Centennial House; Van Brunt's
Moorehead people threw open their
hotels and houses for the people who have
been suddenly made homeless. James J.
Hill telegraphed from St, Paul ordering
the Immediate opening ol the uranu
Pacific hotel for the use of the homeless.
Many firemen have been Injured, some
seriously, but no names cau be secured
owing to the confusion which reigns everv
The fire unwed the river to the Moor
head side at the Fargo Rolling mill which
wasdestroyed with aeveral other buildings.
The CosuiouoUtau for July
With the third part of Omega,1 the work of
the French astronomer Flainarlon, which ap
pears in The Cosmopolitan for July, the reader
Is able to grasp something of (he great purpose
of the author. Omega" Is declared by those
who have read the entire work to be one of the
most remarkable writings of the century.
Whllepretendlngtobe a nevel, it. Is a work
Loving a deeply philosophical purpose, as is
more fully developed In later chapters. It Is
something that uo fairly Intelligent persou can
afford not to read, aud Is surely destined to be
come a classic. In a recent number of The
Cosmopolitan a story was published entitled
"The House of the Dragons," which receded
wide criticism because of the Importance olthe
Importance of the life proMt-ma involved,
A iliiohtr of UNhrm Potter, who was for fcOine
time connected with Tniportaut mission work u
mong the working glrlsefMsw York, has un
dertaken to reply, aud discusses another side
UI me quesuuu iu lutJ efuijr umuwci. miri
Bltn urMolM CM .he IlilV fit UrOOkMIl. LlV
Mural ll<tftjl' the frames of the New Mexico
Indians, Dy Unas. F, Lummls, ''Sorosls," by
Margaret uauton Merrill, me ngui ui iite Cum
berland and Merrimac, told by I'-apt. 'thus,
Mlfrldi7ft. one of Hie survhors:u oabef Oil" the
Deierted Homes -of ivw fc.Dgl.tJil;" au urcount
ol the Brussels Monetary uouierruce, byoueuf
us most aistlnguiaed members a curious Htorj
OI luO soutuwem UJ m-au, auu u rumuu-
Hon by Mr, Howellsard umoug themau) Impor
tant papers of the June Issue
Prlnrt KulalU at Chlesgo.
CHICAGO. June 7. Our royal visitor,
Princess Eulalia, of Spain, arrived at noon
yesterday and was given an enthusiastic
greeting, the route from the depot tothe
Palmsr House being densely thronged.
This mornlmi the nrinceas took breakfant
with Mayor Harrison, being escorted to
and from the mayor's uouse by two troop.
Chicago. June i Today Eulalia vis
ited the fair for the nrst time, aim was en
ttrtalned at a breakfast by the expoaitlmi
officials. Her reception was elaborate In
the extreme, everything and everybody
connected with the big show being gayly
decorated for the occasion, bhe was rs
corted to aud from the grounds by a mil
ltary guard of honor, aud her pathway
from the carriage to the Administration
building was cotered with a carpet ol
The llorden Murdsr Trial.
New Bedford, Mass., June 1 The ease
of the government In the trial of Llsale
Borden for the murder of her parents was
formally opened yesterday by Mr. Moody
la a strong argument he reviewed the
vents leading to the tragedy, dwelt at
length upon Miss Burden's hatred of her
stepmother, and asserted that no one else
could possibly have committed the crime
at that hour of the day. At thecouclurdoii
of Mr Moody's address Miss Borden fell
back In a faint.
Niw BKuroHp, JuneS Iu the Borden
trial yesterday Bridget Sullivan, the ser
vant girl, was the mot Important wltueaa
According to her testimony auybody could
bave entered the house wit bout her kuowl
edge, and she asserted that the family re
latlons weic not unpleasant.
IVtiotvial ttxpultloii uf lltrew.
Vienna, June t. The tmttre b.1y
the Jewish mideuU of Luulurif. lim
Uebenthal and KMultelkenthal, throe .i
the most populous suburbs ol lMeu
have been expelled from the oountry a
To Call an Extra Session.
Washington, June fl. The president
aid last evening In reply to a direct ques
tion by a representative of the United
Press that he intended to call an extra
session of congress not earlier than the
first nor later than the 15th of September,
unless unexpected contingencies should
necessitated an earlier meeting, the pres
ident urges the necessity for action by the
national lawmakers to prevent the large
exports of gold, and calls attention to the
dangers that threaten our industries. from
the enforced ptircuase or Biiver million un
der the Sherraau act.
n re wars' View of Prohibition.
Chicago, June a The thirty-third an
nual convent lou of the United States
Brewers association is Iu session here.
The vigllauce committee's report says that
in the atate of Iowa the prohibition law is
regularly evaded, and that the dealers pay
no flnea for violating it. It says that the
repeal of the prohibition law In this state
may be looKeu lor. m Kansas, the report
says. Governor LewelUng is sustaining thr
prohibition law with great stringency, it
is asserted that the same condition ol
things as In Iowa prevails in Maine.
n. T, Ames for Supreme J4f and a S.
Kent fv State Tveasnre.
HARRiBBtTRa. JuneB. LeeM. Qrumblne,
of-Lebanon. was chosen temporary chair
man or the Prohibition state convention,
and made a speech In which he denounced
the dallv ureas as the "paramour oz the sa
loon." The permanent chairman chosen
yr&y Dr. Samuel Daggy, ot fuuaaeipnia
After the appointment of the usual com
mittees the convention adjourned for twe
hours. On reassembling the report of the
committee ou platform was adopted a
read. The rdatform reaffirms the urlncl
Dies contained In the national platform"
for years past, declares unqualifiedly fur
woman suiirage, oppose appropriation'
of public funds for sectarian schools, de
mands strict enforcement of Sabbath ob
aervance and the repeal of laws legalizing
the liquor traffic It has this to say of the
leading political parties: "We charge the
Republican and Democratic parties with
direct complicity with the liquor Interest
) of this commonwealth, and by aiding and
abetting the same In Its demand for legal
recognition and protection by the repeal of
the local prohibitory laws, laws protect
ing the sabbath ana intended lor tue aa
vancement of morality, peace and good
order of the citizens or the commonwealth
We charge them, 'In their complicity with
the llauor Interests, with the marked in
crease of lawlessness, druukenneas and
crime, the disregard of the Sabbath and of
existing laws tending to preserve sobriety
aud morality of the citizens, witu impoa
lug upon the sober and Industrious lu
creased burdens of taxation necessary to
support the Inmates of crowded alms-
nouses, Insane asylums, prisons ana other
reformatory institutions, the Immediate
product of legalized drink traffic, that they
may receive the support ot tnoe engaged
In the traffic at the ballot box." The work
of nominating candidates for state offices
was quickly accomplished, the uomlnees
being! For supreme judge, H. T. Ames of
Williams port; lor state treasurer, J. &.
Kent of Delaware, Uoth candidates ac
cepted in brief speeches, and the conven
tlon adjourned, rne state com mil tee sub
sequently re-eiecied unairmau rauou.
WALP'S EAGLE STORE.
1ST Job few word, we iletlre to rail
HT to your notice a very important
t3L. faet It U till. We have ae
tar large and flue aline of geueral
re fctore goods a, you will tluil any.
fjT where. Come and eee ua, let u
aliow you our good, and tell you JtJ
what our prise are. We delirer "TQ
good, anywhere promptly aud"l
without eitra charge whatever fcl
to the purchuer. Dou't pay bit; ,it
price but ooine and oe ua
Pint itreet, Op. Round Hon.
Wlmt Him OctntKl In hl. City HurltiR llm
Week r.rtln.nllr KpHomlleil lr '"
Toilet paper at Babel's.
Fine teams for all purposes at tho
South Knd Livery.
Fiuo toilet paper atOabel's.
All kinds of books and flnestation
eiy at Luckenbach's, .Maucli Chunk.
Full Hue of Itigrnln nud Brussels
oarpets at Henry Schwarte's.
Kaier's Itoot Ileer Kxtract Tho
Just make It a poiut to see David
Kbbert when you wnutnteani for busi
ness or pleasure. Lowest prices.
The original Root lleer Extract is
Window and door screens in big
assortment at Qabel's Lahighten.
Rye Whiskey, $10 per gallon M.at
Martin's Liquor Store, ilauch Chunk.
llaby coaches from $G upwards at
(label's Hardware store.
Raser's Root lloer superior to nil
Fifty rolls of chicken wire just
received at Oabel's. It will be sold by
the yard or roll at low prices.
Rank teller Henry J. Ilretney is
having Ids Third street residence
nicely painted by Frank Wolnland,
E. H. Sleru and family ot "First
Street wlll'soou take up a residence In
Allentown Mr.Stern having a position
as operator at the.Eust Penn station ot
tho P. & It.
Charles Xauder, of Fourth street,
is out again after a long Illness with
The Lehlghtou Hosiery Mill will
shut down for two weeks during July
In order to give their employees a well
Contractor Eil Christ man will build
duelling houses for Nathan I Inapt and
for James Klotz,
The annual commencement exor
cises of the seventeen graduates of our
high school will be held lu the Opera
House on the evening of Friday, the
Mrs. Chas. Raddltz, of the t. w is
canvassing for "Sparks from the Camp
Fire," a well-written book ot war times.
During her first week's work she dis
posed of 25 books.
Miss Alvenia Graver has returned
from Philadelphia with another large
Hue of the newest aud prettiest effects
in summer millinery goods. Ladles in
town and county should see her uew
goods before they make pnrchares.
Dr. J, O, Zeru has the editor's
thauks for a copy ot the Omaha Daily
Hoe, of the 1st instant, containing a
lull account of the session of the
National Railway Surgeon's convention
at which himself and Dr. W. W. Reber
are in attendance.
Miss Clara Ault gave a very pleas
ant private supper nt the Mansion
House on Thursday evening to these
friends Misses Irene Fenstermacher,
and AnzleJMontz and Prof. a. E. Qray
and Allen Peters. The alfair was
recherche and much enjoyed by the
Edwin Hontz is nursingtwo fingers
on his right hand that he recently had
badly mashed between two cars on the
alley railroad by whom ilr. Hontz is
employed as a brakeman on No. 190
Slatlngtou night shift.
The Lehighton Tennis Club are
preparing for indulgence in this ex
onerating sport this season. Courts
will he erected ou their nicely situated
groundsou Alum street. Tho club has
membership of nineteen. Ed (Joinery
is president; Miss Gertie I Torn, Is secre
tary, aud Pert Gomery keeps the ex-chequeor.
When the addition now bulldiuir
to Kruin Jc Kistler'n store ou tho cor
ner of Second and Alum street. Is com
pleted, this enterprising firm will have
one of the largest and most convenient
store rooms In Lehlghtou, The room
will measure 72 feet In depth aud have
all the the conveniences. Everitt Jt
Honcoen, contractors and builders.
nave tne woik in charge.
C. O, Shlrerand W. A. Peters who
recently purchased ! feet of ground
on Third street, near Alum, for ?1,250.
win erect for themselves pretty rest
donees. Mr. Peters hasalready broken
ground forthis purose nud XrShlrer
expects to follow suit in the very near
tliture. It is also said that the owners
of the other two adjoining lots, Mrs.
I'haon Clausa and Mi-u.es Sallle aud
Emma Clauss will this summer erect
The residence of Attorney T. A
Snyder, now undergoing many iin
portant luternal improvements, when
completed, will be one of the most
convenient and commodious residences
iu Lehlghtou. All the modern con
veniences have been added with the
very latest sanitary Improvements.
The residence contains eighteen large
rooms to he used by Mr. Snyder aud
family for oHlce aud living purposes.
llolh.r and Son In JnlL
Phiusiltuu. Jam 8. John Oormley
and hi. nioth.r. wh ruKU at 1724 Nor
wood ttrecf. were oommHtad to prloit
without ball br MsiUtrato lloula
awut in. rttult or tbe Injurl. ot iiwoi
IIlnM, who Um in tha German hospital in
a dangerous oondltlon aaff.rlnK from atat
wound. Uurinley atatea that wh.u nr
returned home he louad ilmea la M
mother'a room. Worda led to blow, and
Oormley attacked Hlnei with a pair of
aueeors ana nnauy Kuoeeea hint eeuele'
by striking- mm on the bead with a broki
Watehora Aaala Faet.rr laipeetur.
nannitstJRO, June. The governor haa
made the follewiac ap)ioliitraanta: En.i
burn Reader, New Uope, Batka oounty, tc
be dairy and food eommlitloner under the
etata board nf agriculture; Christopher 11.
Ilejdrlek o( Venango, Nornjau'lIaU l
Mereer, George A- Jeaka ( Jefferaoo.
George Outhrie of Allegheny and W
i!ore Roae ot Cantbrta. to be eommle
alouera to select a site for the erection uf
an uulUutlou for the feeble mtaded ohll
drau of weatera PenaiylraBlai Rober.
Watehora, to be faatory tntpeetor.
WIFE & MONEY MISSING.
A Snap Ahot Camrra mtrlie. Those Wltn
CnmeniKi On Atnone; Their Friend In
. .Misses Emma and Carrie Peters
the guests of Allentown friends on
. .Mrs. H. V. Morthlmer, Jr., of llank-
way, is vlsitlug her parents nt Bethlehem.
. Miss Nora Clark, of Iirlsiol, where
she taught a suscessfnl term In the
public school, is visit Iuk h r sister
..Otto Dittmar and wife, of llnnk-
way, were guests of llazletou friends
..Hugh MoAnlffe, Harry Graver
Warren Straussberger, Charles Klein,
top and Elwood Thlfer bicycled to
Baylor's Lake on last Sunday.
. K. J. Zern, Chas. Greenawalt and
J. J. Hummel, of town, accompanied by
Rev. A. M. Sampsehof Reading, were
trout fishing in Wild Creek, Tuesday.
..E 8. Campbell, V. F. Clark Biid
Frank Campbell, spent Suuday with
Jeweler Campbell at Lansford.
.Dr. J. Ci Kreamer, of Aipiashicola,
was In town ou Wednesday. The doc
tor isa candidate for the nomination
of county treasurer on the Democratic
..Prof. George Hemminger, of tho
East Maucli Chunk schools, was in
town on Tuesday. He is one of the
best principals In the county.
. . Oscar Waterbor, of Easton, former
ly of town, was here on Friday. Mr.
Waterbor Is a conductor ou a Lehigh
Valley passenger train between Easton
aud Mauch Chunk.
Wo had a very pleasant call on
Saturday from that solid Democratic
landlord, George SI. Heury, of tho
Uachman House, Danielsvillo.
. . Mrs. A. L. Hagermau and daughter
Emma, were guests ot friends at Slat
lngtou on last Friday.
..Miss Alvenia Graver, our popular
milliner, was at Philadelphia this week
making purchases of uew goods.
.Mrs. Michael aud daughter, and
Mrs. Maurer, of Tremout, were guests
of Wm. Michael, on First street last
Edwin Hontz and family spent a
few days this week very pleasantly up
lu beaver Run with James Scho h.
. . Rev. and Mrs. Marcus A. Tolman,
Rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church
Mauch Chunk, called on his purlshers
. . Miss Clara Ault who taught suc
cessfully in the primary department ot
our public schools during .the nine
mouths term just brought to a anish,
will leave ou Tuesday for her homo iu
Carlisle Pa., where she will spend hor
. . A gentleman iu tow n oyer Sunday
who was most cordially greeetd on
every hand by old friends aud ac
quaintances was Rev. J. C. Bllem, of
Bethlehem, at one time, during the
years of 1871-75-70, pastor of Ebenezer
Evangelical church, in this place. On
Sunduy morning he filled the pulpit at
Welssport aud in the evening of the
same day, he disooursod to a large and
appreciative audience in this town,
A distinguished visitor in town is
Prof. F. J. Stetler, principal of tho ll'est
Mttston schools. The professor is ac
companied by his wife aud they have a
suite of rooms at the Exchang, They
have many frieuds here who were
much pleased to seo them. Prof.
Stetler was principal of the Lehighton
unblio schools a few years ago, Mr.
and Mrs. Stetler will remain here for a
A Lehlaliton Woman llisfliitieare Willi
Iter ntillmml's Money.
The New York Run nn TtiMilatirftVfi
this account ottbe disappearance of
a Lehighton woman.
Peter MoEntee of Lehighton, Pa.,
lost his wife nud 81,000 on Sunday at
the South Ferry station of the elevat
ed roau. lie is a mechanic on the
A R. Railroad, and the nionev
represented Tears of toil and economv.
Ou Saturday last McEntee, his wife,
and sister-in-law visited this city to
purchase some household articles.
Mrs. MoEutoe carried the 81,00u in 50
bills sewn in tbe bosom of her dress.
Ou the train Mrs. McEntee "told hsr
slstor that she was going back to Ire
land. The sister advised her not, now
thst she had her homo comfortably
settled, but Mrs. McEntee declared her
self firm In her intention.
When they were walking through
Battery Park on Sunday irs. MoEntee
lagged behimU. As her husbaud had
niountod the stairs of tbe elevated
station she stopped altogether, and,
when they got to the top, they missed
her. When Mr. McEntee hurried down
fairs his wife was nowhere in sight.
She did not appear at their boarding
place, nnu yesterday ne went to l'ollce
leauquarters aud nau a general alarm
sent out. He said he was going back
to Lehighton and would not remain to
look for his wife.
rear Buadred Maae Idle by Fire.
SoaanTOK.-JuBe 7. The Mooale Meant
ala Goal oaapeay's breaker aad botlei
koaaee at Manhwosd. Ltekawanua
sonBty, were totally destroyed by om ye
tenlay The leae it IMjCOa Nearly tWi
lupleyes an uada IJie by the fire.
Georce Pettlt and daughter Mnllle
and C. J. Montis were at Slatlngtou on
r ruiay. -
Tho manv friends of Miss Jennie
retm will lie much pleated to learu
that she Is gradually reooreriug from
a receui severe illness.
Messrs. Snvder and UftleW- n
Delano, spent Sunday pleaeantly with
Squire Snyder and family.
Mr. George Bowman is nnm-nlAcn.
Ing from a vorr serious in.lien.mtim,
that kept him oontlued fur some weeks
William St raid was at PhllmlM
phia this week calling un his brother
Laf who Is iu a hospital in tliat city
renorering from injuries snstaiued on
tne railroad sometime ago.
Harry Henritiiy and Roes Lauer
Samuel Hartman and Ida Peters
were uuueu in tue uoiy uouiuor wed
lock by Rev. Korshuer, iaator of the
Tho uew sc1mh1 board organised
on Monday tnwiiiug with the election
ot the following nfHont: Jacob Peters,
ureuiioui; u. u. Alimony, eereiary;
II. D. Kuyrier, treasurer. The other
members are Theodore I'tettlt, J. Mouts
aud ilenjamiu Bhoeuberger. Regular
westings are held ou the Hint Monday
evttuiugoi eacu nioutii.
rive dilferent -.tries of lawn
Bowrat orioBi. luwer than ttm !uw.l
at .1 L (label's, Lehlghtou
Rye Whiskey, UM per gallon, at
M MartluV Liquor Store, Mauch
I 'hunk, Pa.
- buy Ra&er'a Root Beer to make a
hoajlbful, refrestuug bevrage Hold
oun ruiiLiu schools.
The Lehighton schools show an at
tendance of four huudred nud niuety
llve pupils; the per cent ot attendance
lor tne term is eignty-eigiit.
Tbe result of the llnal examinations
indicate skill in methods of instruction
on the part of tho teachers, iriauy of
tho rallures were traceable to Irregu
larity of attendance. The announce
ment of promotions refers only to those
who have taken the examinations :
others will be examined before tbe
next term. The seventeen lu the seuior
class passed the examination under
County Sup't Boisel, Prof. Hemminger
aud the principal. The members of the
class did well, rellectiug credit upon
tuemseives, rne commencement ex
ercises will be held ou the 23rd Inst.,
and extensive preparations ore being
made to make it a sucessful and enjoy
able affair. The Lehlghtou Orchestra
has beeu engaged to furnish the music.
uud Prof. A. S. Beisel will deliver tbe
address to the graduates.
The following are the names of the
pupils who attended every day during
the term: Freddie Riegel, Laura Sanu
herrs, Robbie Kemerer, Maud Rehr,
CarrlJ Hontz, James Xander, Charles
Longknmmer, Beulah Reichard, Ella
Vett,Lena Hatclm, r.stelle Shoemaker,
Willie Peters, George Sleitzler, John
Kurtz, Gertie Gross, Mary Reber, Daisy
lioru, August nomatowsKi, unaries
Schmidt, Alice McCormick,Lizzle Kehr,
Mamie Khoads, Scott Roth, John Xan
der, Sadie Nowhart, Emma Meitzler,
Emma Kuhus. Julius Komatowski.
Prauk Laurer, Sadie RatcliiT.
The followlug pupils missed only one
day: Katie uoerr, uertie t ueuro, Ida
Fuehro, Jacob Meitzler, Frank Trainer,
Ksther nemerer, uertna iiouenoacn,
ltobert Rutcliff, Flossie Dauxdater.Ella
McCormick, Eva Ilauk, Katie Dreher.
C. J. Walter, Principal,
I.1TTI.K OA l".
WEISSPOItT AND AROUND.
The hotel oh Summer Hill Is being .
greatly improved byhaviiigatwo-story I 81 ,f v "aitkrIniib huikfia ki-ito-
Hiiumun ouiit to tue rear. ...........
F. 1'leree Lentz. of Leblulllou ti,. n,n- u-a.l i a im
, r. ..i. . " -
Miss Fienna Gombert. who was
speuding several days with her parents
left for Mauch Chunk ou Thursday.
Monroe Helser.of Heaver Run. tran
sacted business nt Lehighton last week.
Parties from West Penn. are haullnir
bark to lieu Kuutz's tannery at south
Messrs. David Ebbert and Oliver
Clauss made n trip up tho Valley ou
Philip Ginder, made a trip to the
County Seat last week.
Mr. Iledler. of Beaver Hun. tran
sacted business at Lehighton and
ueissport ou Saturday.
The Sandel's Suudav Bchool have
adopted new hymn books. The school
is iu a prosperous condition.
Oscar Weaver, of the Valley, is a new
employee at Kuutz's tannery at south
The grand hop. at tho Eacle Hotel
last week was well patronized by
parties ironi aiuorent parts ol tne
Aaron Gombert. ot this place, was at
tue iouuiy Beat on r nuay.
Miss Valeria Drelsbach. of Orwlgs
burg, spent several days last week with
ner parents, near tins place.
Sendel's Sunday school will dedicate
their new organ lu the beautiful grove
near the school house, on Suuday
L. II. Arner, of Allentown, made a
short visit to bis parauts on Friday.
Oak Grove Council No. 337. Jr. O. U.
A. M., ot Pleasaut Corner, will hold
their annual picnic in Jefferson
Frederick's beautiful grovo iu the
afternoon aud evening ou Saturday
David Freyman was at Lehighton on
Chas. Harding, of Lehlghtou. snorted
a nne trotter in tne vauey ou .Monday
Moses Rex, Is doiug musouery work,
for David Miller uear Andreas v. O.
Women are very busily enraged In
white-washing throughout the Valley.
Miltou Kuhus. of this place, is snort
ing a Dloyol.
Nathan Mertsand son. erected a new
wire- feueo for a. J. Gombert last week.
Jetf Frederick was at Lehighton on
Mrs. John Kuukel. of Kresceville,
woo tbe guest of Adam Kuukel aud
wife over Sunday, '
Levi Boyer and David Kleintop, of
Millport, were iu tuts section on sun
day, tbe guests of James O. Smith.
Frank Smith, of Kunkeltown, was
the guest of Prof, Frauk Mengel and
wife, ou bunuay.
George M. Henrv and Mr, Seip, of
Dantelsville, circled through this sec
tion on Sunday.
Rumor has it that a -Castle of the
Kuights of the Goldeu Eagle will be
organized at this place iu the uear
Lewis George and wife, of Kleck
uorsville, were visiting relatives and
friends at this place on Monday.
John, a son of Paul and Julia Cor-
rell. died on last Friday evening after
an illness of only a few Jays, from heart
trouble; his ago was 12 years, 3 months
and C days. The funeral took place at
9:30 a. m., on Tuesday, Rev. Laury, of
the Reformed church, oUlciating. The
pau-uearers were uawin tuoiz, josepu
George. Josiau Beltz and Adam Eck-
hart: interment in St. J ohn's uemetety,
occupied the tiulnlt In the M. K. olinroh
on last Sunday evening.
Mrs. Oliver Follwoller, of Lehlghtou,
was the guest of Leopold Meyers and
Miss Annabel MoDaniel the obliging
POstmlsstreas. Is conflno,! f hpr rnftm
Moses Dover and wife snent. Sunday
Master Len Stile, nil W. .if Wllkna.
barrt, Is sojourning at tho residence
of W . Lee Stiles aud wife.
Mrs. Kate Hetrick. of Philadelphia.
was visitlug friends in this neighbor
hood during the past week.
Xbe pnblio school will hnvo n irrnnd
plcnio iu tho uear future, Full particu
lars will be given in the course of a
Miss Mary Smith of Weatherly was
VlsitiUI! relatives in Mils ln.h.M.r.rhnml
during the past week.
Mrs. Ira Kverltt is conilnod to the
house through Illness.
The publio schools closed for the
season this week, it is presumed the
samb corps of teachers will have charge
Jos. N. Bennett circled in the Lizard
Creek Valley ou Friday evening.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. F. -Brodhead have
Issued cards for the wedding1 of their
daughter, Miss Emma, to Mr. E. R.
Vilson, of Mncnh Chunk, at the resi
dence of the brides' parents on Juno 21.
Tho only and orlgiual Pioneer base
ball club is a well known organization
throughout this section of the state,
that fact was demonstrated a few day
days agoliy them receiving challenges
from the Frankford aud Cooling clubs,
both or Philadelphia. Some few of
the members wonder "where are we at."
Harvey Burns, of the Frame Row,
has been sick for the past week or two
suffering with typhoid fever.
We exceedingly regret to cronicle
the fact that Calvin Frederick is con
llned to his home suffering from a seri
ous attackjof typhoid fever.
, J- Harlemeu, the popular mer
chant is building a large addition to
his store house, Aaron Dieisbach, the
veteran carpenter, has the erection of
the building in charge, and when com
pleted w ill be a handsome structure.
Samuel Evert tho supervisor is giv
ing good satisfaction as a road-master,
he has repaired all tliedpfoHvo nin
on the highways, making them in a
splendid condition. The people of the
lower end of the big district can con
gratulate themselves on havlngsecured
r Vfi ,he ri,?ht mau ln the right place.
-;s .udsuuu wurit continue.
Miss Lizzie Klstler nf Maimh nimnv
was the guest of Miss Mary Stuckley
on last Sunday. Whlla l.om m.
ed the Lehighton Water Company's
iiotiu.ui, iu tue picturesquro Long
Ruu alley, they were accompanied by
Mr. Ldw. tritziugerwho claimed that
the scenery was tim mn.i Kao..fir,.i
that he had ever witnessed, which no
uuuue nits a iuci upon this special occasion.
The school board nf this .lutrUt
on last Monday evening, tho meeting
was spirited, and all the business and
acoounts were closed up, so as to allow
the new board to take holdof the reins
of government. Wo hope tho new
board will strive to civo tho nntrnnc
good schools, select good teachers, as
iiiooniniica imiu ueretorore demand
that reliable and worthy mnioriDi i.a
placed at the head of the schools. We
also wish it understood that we do not
want to interfere with tho business of
the directors but nevertheless we take
the liberty of pointing out to you, the
experience during the past year, in so
. ar ut,,u turu iBHcners,
ON T1IK H.Wl.ltOAI).
t Robert Stuart has resigned us cen
eral car Inspector of the Lehigh aud
Susquehanna dlvisiou. Joseph Ewlng
has been appointed general car inspeo
tor of all divisions aud branches of the
Central Railroad of New Jersey, to take
effect June 1, by order of Charles A.
Thompson, superintendent uf motive
power aud equipment.
I Rollin II. Wilbur has beeu appoint
ed fteneral superintendent of the Las
.. I. A. l..ll.nrl Tnl.H IT
Heckman general freight agent, with
ouices ut south uethiehem
Mrs. May A. Douglas, relict of the
late Andrew A. Douglas, died at her
nome on uroadway, Maucli Chunk at
9:15 Thursday night. One week previ
ously she suffered a stroke of niino-
p:exv. wnicu gradually extended, and
despite the best medical attention and
skillful nursing, proved fatal. Her
funeral took place Mouday afternoon
at J.uo o oiock.
-II. P. Levan returned on Saturday
trom a-visit to menus nt rniladeiphla.
-Clem Butler is back truin a trip to
Trinidad, Col., aud has taken a suite of
rooms at the Mansion House. He will
remain here for some time.
Dr. Stewart Klrby is seeing the
world s fulr st Chicago.
-Thenetreoeipteof the Fireman's
Fair were 8870. At a meetiuir "Thurs
day night they decided to devote about
ouu towards tne purchase of a hook
aud ladder truck for the borough.
This manifests the spirit of their asso
ciation and shows that the people have
not nuspiaoea tuetr eonuaeuce in pa.1
ronizmg tue tair so uoerany.
S. 11. Uoldrldge, of Stonlngton
Conn., is putting sample labor sav
ing invention in the silk mill on trial.
It is known as a tram reeling machine
aud la expected to do the same amount
of work that two machines in presan
use oau do.
OTtOM. NIS IIDLLOIV.
Ellen Ebert left for Allentnwn ii.t
Annie Warner is vfsltw frl puds ut
Miss Lizzie Ash. of Mlllnnrt. n
..!.;.: . i . . . . . . 1 . '
, laiuuK incuus ut mis piace last weeK,
MISS HntttA Tt-nvlo,. T.l.lnl.,A
was visiting Miss No'ra Lentz, over
MISS AmellA Tjint? tvnt. trieltinn
friends at Bowmanstown, Thursday.
Ell Steigerwalt, of West Penn, was
visiting his father hereon Sunday.
D. A. Rehricr cot his fnnthnrtly hurt
while hauling props.
ReV. J. I. i otter Rlld Knn Itum-Ar nf
Parryyille were visitors In this nlnni.
FOUllTIl OF JULY CO.NTltlllUUONS.
Appended will be found the result of
Happy bain's canvass Wednesday after
noon for the Fourth of July Fuud, for
the celebration iu Mauch Chunk. It
will be gratifying to uote that tbe fuud
uas more thau dounied Iteell,
Ihwlouslv reported Slut 9fi
Jacob Jones o ou
!. W. Reeer t w
Jonoi sondhrtm t mi
M Aruitmniter 6 oa
L. 1 . llreu, Ohlef U.irneiu 5 00
... 10 Oil
rtVK IIUNIIIIKU 1IOLLAUS.
The siok aud aillietftd are oalling ln
numbers to consult the Specialist. The
doctor will remaiu until the 1st of July
giving au plenty ui time to test
his skill. Oume at onoe. Five
Huudred Dollars will be paid
bv Dr. Bowers the Specialist, for a oasa
of Asthma, Catarrh, Piles or Fulling j
rus ue iaus to oure. uuronio disease.
Cancer, Turners, Blood PoUou, Dyepep
sia. Liver, Kidney, Rheumatism, Heart
Disease cured. Female disease Jus.,
iudlsoretiou of young meu, Mental
Decay, loss of strength J tower, nervous
uses 3m. No experiment but a oure.
Thousands cured by my owu new
methods of treatment, over 'JO years iu
constant practice. Cousultatlou free
at the Weissport House, Welssport, IV
OLU 80LUIKHS'. ATTKMTION
The Pension Board of Carbou oounty
The Leblxhlon School Hoard,
The Lehlghtou School board organ
lied on Monday evening ut the real
nenoe of Director W. C. McCormick
The following o (Doers were elected
President. William McC'ormiok: tree
surer, 3eorg II. Kemerer; svoretary
M. O. Brian. The other members ot
the board are Richard Koous. O.
Clauss, John Obert, Ed Schmidt, John
liotteuetine. iiie salaries ot the trea
surer aud secretary were raised to sT.'i
aud 1100 respectively. The board will
meet ou the tint Monday evening of
eaob mouth at tbe resideuoe of presi
dent Ikiotormick ou second street
The tax raUtfor ltt.J was tixed at teu
mills building and school ten mills.
John Obert aud William MoUormaok
were appoiuted a committee on build
ing and repairs.
We are SetUns wore Olotlilus now than
lien. ,1 . ii. auvn a ui
M. i4. Ktmnnerer. 10 oj
1'. J. heheiblu, 10 0J
F.O.SUM , U
U, W . Ilex, a gslioua milk for orator)
IUU TIbkm 10 ou
J, t. OreUbaeli i 00
win Meuuiiutu i oo
I'. Knaake 1 v
William loda l in
P. J. Taylor,
Frank X UlUrr
V. A. llreunacu
H. tt. Bniith
It. C. llaucli
Fourth of July
A. '. MrCarale
jsmee ileeneily, Hssaon..
lion. W. rritlery
II. 8. Ittnker
W. J. Welder
Tboaaae 8. Bo)d,
squire J J. Mole
Paul Keller. Jr
Trot. Prank Kauffinau..
J. H. HanJwerk
John KuM ....
J. C. Lesber. ..
Mr. Cortright has selected Lafayette
Wildouer, of the Second Ward, as
chief marshal of the day. Among hie
aids are ur. J. n. usury, James II
tiaudwera, tienrv f . xonien. 11.
Lobien, James Reinhardt, John
Warnvke and S. M. Cortnght. (Others
win te aaued
Rev. I. J. Reit. of Slatlngtou. was
lu town on .Monday.
Eucrineer WlllPlnmmer circled at
Bethlehem on Monday.
Ed Monler. with Campbell, tho
barber, is out again after several week's
Mrs. Frank Suvder. after n pleas
ant sojourn among frieuds here, re
turned to her home at Mountain Tup
Mrs. It. J. Iloncen of Union Hill
was a guest of Allentown frieuds this
-Thomas Krtlni and family of
Scrantou, are visiting relatives hero
Amos Brown and wife of Bowmans
town Sundayed with Johu Zeigeufus-
lien Klotz. of Union Hill, recently
purchased a canal bont from a Bristol
Mrs. Frank Lnurr wns nt. Twls.
burg this week, visiting her estimable
daughter, Miss Ella, who is a student
m tue iemaie seminary at that place.
John Sellers smiles hannllv over
the arrival of a little girl.
James Nothstein has accepted a
possession wite lohn Veager at Mauch
Mesdames JaoobWentz LoiiIsaWaIrs.
Joel wentz and Breyfogel, were guests
of friends at Weatherly last Thursday.
JohnS. Allller oxnerts to nttonil
the annual meeting of the Funeral
Directors Association of Pa., at Scran-
ton uext week
A. -A. Beltz and wife spent Sun
day ut Beltzville.
Dennis Drelsbuuh. of Frimklin.
buried au interesting child In thecem
etary at Big Creek ou Suuday.
Mrs. Jacob Kresire aud Mrs. Dnnial
Kresge, of Franklin, attended the fun
eral of their dead sister, Mrs. Edwin
uisiiifcovuuuu, UlUUIVH UUIll.y UU
Amos Eachcs. of Reaillue has tak
en up a residence hero. Jlr. Eaches
formerly lived at Lehighton where he
built the brick school buildiug.
The Faithful Friends Sndletv. nf
the Lutheran cougregatiou,- contemp
late holding a strawberry and ice cream
testivai at an early day.
The pleasant and m?reeahla Ed
Sbilferstlue, for some mouths past
viiiu uiery, mo uruggiet. will return to
his home iu Tumaqua this week. While
here Ed made hosts of friends parti
cularly among the fair sex
Hon. W. F. Blerv was t. Phlladel.
phla on Saturday.
Miss Annie Comfort snent Sumlnv
at Reading where sue was the guest of
Misses Emma Hover and Kmma
onyoer win leave uext week for Chicago
where they will spend several weeks.
hor sale Three Hnres of liiiy- tn
ue cut uy tne purcnaser. Apply to 11.
F. Peter at Snyder's Popular Bazaar.
A number of boys whn nartinlnntnrl
iu disturbing the neace nn Mmuluv
evening. May 29, were arrested last
week-and taken before 'Squire Miller
Ymwievuoy were eacu lined e.i and
costs of prosecution. This should be
a warning to others who bi-o inclined
tocutup their capers about town.
-Notwithstanding tho fai.t. thnf
there are some neonlowlinnrA wnrklnr.
against tho establishment of the shoe
tactory for this Place, that insritnf nn
,wiu uomo uero. ju a few days an or
Knuiz-uiiuu win ueeuecied.
Saeger. our ImstlluL' fmit dnHlor.
received -4000 nine annles ou Woilnna.
day morning. Oscar is gottiug there 1
lie sells cheaper to retailers thau they
uuy iu 1-uuaueijmia or aow lork.
Renresentativa William Tiion. is
home lrotn Harrisburg, the Legislature
navmg anjourned sine die, last Thurs
day. He will give his whnln alt Afitinn
to ins orug uusiness und oe pleased to
see his many friends and patrous at
We announce with Tiloasurn fim
Bpprochiug marriage of M isa Louisa C,
tbe estimable und accoinnlii.lihil .li.i.r.li.
ter ofMrs.Ilanuah Rapp to the ploa-sau t
aud affable Charle Maurer, of Wilkes-
oarre, on tne nth day or Juno ut 1:30
o'clock at the homo of the bride's
mother on White "street. The young
couple will be at home iu Wilkesharre.
wuereme groom nas husiuess interests
The annual statement, nf HmliVanW
uu uiuepenaeutschooi district shows;
number of schools, 5; number of
tonnliers nmnUvl n. n,...ila ,
272; average daily attendance, 229; tax
lorsouuui purposes, ryju.o; tax for
ouuuiug purposes, ei,on.aj; total re
ceipts, 8217.07; teachers salaries,
1,109.25; debt aud interest laid,
11,071.09. Debt still staudiug, J20.;i3
X he school board or the Fraukliii
Independent school district, organized
on Monday eveuiug with the election
nf ftin fnllnwlnrr nlflr.a. llEt.lA
Mahlon Christman; secretary, John p!
Zorn; treasuror. Reuben Zimmerman.
ineoinermemuers are Samuel Walp,
Edward Lelkei and Douglas Arner.
The board w.ll bold their regular
muuu-iy meetings on the first Monday
evenlugof each month at the Frankllu
The Lutheran and rtafnrmul Kim.
day schools have beeu fornfally dis
solved. The Reformed Sunday school
aud church services will oontluuo Ui be
conducted iu the church edifice, while
the members of the Lutheran congre
gation will go to school hall, where
services will be held next Sunday
uuriuuB aim aiiernoou at tne usual
time. The oouaretfatinn wil
Ho the hall until their new editloe Is
erected and ruruUhed.
Unless the people of thia fWim.
munlty make a delennlued effort there
wllLbe no uew canal bridge this year
or for a good many years for that
matter. Tbe LCtX. Co, lure bad
their owu way for so many years that
they don't Intend to be dictated to uow
if they can help it. At tho June oourt
this pampered our po ration will likey
try to explain why they refuse to build
a uew structure by showing that tbe
bridge la the same, or very niur tlm
same-width of nine out of ten bridges
ou ui interior ur tne oounty and that
traffic does does not demand a now
bridge. They have had their hired
agents count tbe number ot teams
paaeiug over the bridge and bave had
many bridges on the Interior of the
oounty measured as to width and of
course expert to prove that anew
structure is not needed. Will their
little game be a success T Not if the
people demand what is just aud rinht
in uo uucertain toues. We must have
a oeuer nridge acrose t ue canal !
The Member of Our lloroufftt Gorerment
Legislate on Ininortnut Matters.
A II the members nf council, with the
exception ot W. S. Koch, were present at
the regular monthly session of that body
ou iuouuay evening,
lTestdeol liable presided.
The raiuulef of the previous nieetlnirt
wrrr eetul and approved.
nenty tieckendorf was present and re
iielil thai Onal street be graded.
U'llllam Blank and Mike Faust made
Ubtnp'itiui ol a disreputable house on .Fifth
Usury Nothsllue uiaile muinlalnt nf the
absence nf si reel light at 8th street, of the
iiecessliy of crossings at points along Ma
honiiia street and also of obstructions along
Jieuir it azner wants I ourth street be-
Iseen Coal and Carbon graded.
near) sciiwaru, Banlrl lialtzer and w.
iioods, reptetentinz Lehleh Fire Co.. were
present wlih Wunder, of Readlug, relative
:o the purchase of a hose carriage. On
motion of Kuulz seconded hi Siraup a
J050 carrlane was ordered and the neces
eury papers were signed.
E. II. Christman was nresent. Ha cave
a satisfactory $1000 bond and signed the
contract to build the new hose house.
supervuer Acker reported thst there
were some property on hers who had been
notified te lav oavetner.is who hud not vet
compiled with the order. Tbe Supervisor
was Instructed to lay pavements where the
Older had not beeu compiled with.
The secretary of the water company re
ported the testing of tho Are hydrants and
lesiluod to their being In good condition.
The coromltlee on opening 7th street re
ported that owneis of properly warned
damages. The report was accepted and
the committee discharged. The court will
be petitioned to open the thoroughfare.
The borough engineers will be here next
'lbe following bills were ordered Dald
Donaldson Iron Co., pipe. $21.47 Carbon
Co. Imp Co., llihts, $75 00: Eureka Hose
Co , $000; Labor bill, $2fU; Solicitor fees,
The secretary rcnorled the rerelnts for
the month, $70.03.
Un motion of Koch, seconded bv Iser-
man Is carried that Coal street "be graded.
On motion of Kuntz seconded by Stranp
council will view Boyer and other lots on
The finance committee were Instructed
to negotiate a loan of $6000 at 4 1-2.
ino presiclent-apDolnted these commit
tceS Building Committee. Koch. Heldt
and Monlthrop. Finance committee, M.
u. nunir, w. ivocn ami isernian.
' Bernard J. Dever. of fleuvar Mam
dow who was ordained to tbe priest
hood Saturday, May 27th, read his first
mass iu St. Mary's church, Beaver
Jieaaow, Bunuay. The uhurch wan
well uned, muuv uomlug from a dis
Teu Can Uet a free ltlde
aud save en cash by buying $25.00
worth ot mens' and uoys ciotniug at
the Que Price Star ClothinK Hall
Mauch Chuuk opposite C. R. R. station
you can ssve uetweea loeou . on me - ., ,F. .".! ' master. The offlee nave tabmt M& ess.
we must ell our w.i.ui-rij' ore eugiue uuu i ,,i . ,, UlTLi l.Vi.I
ft Jonas and Charles Rehrlu. Ash
Held citizens, were doiug business here
it Tho shell house, a small buihlinir
used to manufacture shells by the Blue
mage Amencante Association, took
Are on Saturday mornlnir and was des
troyed. The loss is estimated at
The foundation is up for Samuel
Straup's now residence. Builder Paul
ouyuer, oi ienign uap, has the contract.
fi Georce llonsler. of thn Cnnnty
Seat, was a visitor at the Augustus
i-ioii residence over bunuay.
St The handsome new nnrnh at tho
front of Anthony Snyder's residence is
a uig improvement.
& The Blue Ridce Americanito As-
soclatlou have just received a Hue new
to tiorse power engine and boiler to be
useu to crush nitrate or soda, used Iu
manufacture of dynimite. The Com
pany's new building's are rapidly go
ing up und it is expected that when
tlioy are completed the capacity of the
woras win ue more than doubled.
& The members of tho Jiviuiuellrail
congregations forming the Parryyille
district of tho Association, will observe
the Holy Communion at tho camp
iuueiiuK ou ouuuay, loin instant.
The congregations formlug this dis
trict are tnose of Bowmanstown, Mill
port, uig ureeK ani rarryvllie.
s Camp meeting nnenu hnrn nn IIAft
Tuesday. It is expected that there will
ue a very large attendance.
& Bowmanstown neonle whn want
the mkws bright, reliable aud crisp.
suouiu get iuis newspaper 91 a year;
00 cents for 0 month; 25 cents for 'i
ti The handsome now iron fence ln
front of lolly tieol-i?o Arnpr'smslrlr.rtfA
was built by the ireulal T. ll.Snvdar.
ft Robert Ash. of Mlllnnrt. wa
pleasantly euteitained at the home ot
xui uoyer aud family over Sunday.
The members of the Evangelical
Sunday school huve just organized a
Younc People's Alliance with thn fob
lowing officers: president, Maurice
Bowman; vice president, Wm. Walp;
secretary, Eugene Beltz. Great inter
est is manifested in the work of the
society uy the members aud the organi
zation will be a success.
Romig's Sunday school will pic
nic on Saturday.
6 James Arner, of town, has pur
chased his brother Charley's half In
terest in the portable steam saw mill
and it will hereafter be conducted by.
tc. Barthold and Blazlus Zoiv-er.
Mauch Chunk citizens, ware irii.sts nf
their brother lu this place over Suuday
Tho Lower Towamenslug school
bourd organized ou Monday evonmir
The following gentlemen oomprise the
uuuru ior ioiai; xuomas uraig, Iteuben
rteurig, iewis joeigenfus, i'eter Kos
tenbader. N. Georce and Osrlllo b
The retiring members were (Jeorge
ivuuKie anu reter iiiose.
Lyman MoDaniel, of Packertoii.
was a veteran Republican iu this dis
trict ou Saturday. Mr M Is a naiuli
date for the Republican nomination
tor eouuty treasurer and reels oouii
dent of success attending his efforts,
tt JohuPascoI. of Allontnwn. rn.
sldent of the Blue Ridge Ameroanite
Association, whose works are located
nere, was tn town ou Saturday on
Hou. M. J. Lennon, of Lehigh
oounty, is again agent aud desputoher
at Lizard Creek Junction, after an
absence of some time dnriac whlnh
period he was attending the session of
the State Legislature at Harrisburg.
During his absence E. II. Stern, of
leuiguton, amy tilled the position
Mr. ttern will now co to Allsutnwn
where he has a position as Guam tor at
East Peun Junction with the P. It
Mr. stem win make his home in Allen
Aueut the post office talk here
abouts there is nmou arguing us to
whether the old name of tbe ottloe will
be assumed. It appears that under
Cleveland's former administration
eight years ago the office went by the
name of Bowmanstown, this was
ohauged to Prinoe when tbe Itepubll
oau Postmaster General gave out the
pium, tour years later. I'ost office talk
recalls the fact that it was our old
friend William Itomlg.theaocommodat.
lug Lehigh Valley station agent, who
elrctllated the first petition for the
establishing oi a poet ottloe here. That
was tuirieen years ago aud tbe Dght
that resulted as U' the adoption of a
suitable name so disgusted htm that he
drupped tbe whole business. Some-
SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS.
Society Tld-lllts or Interest to tbe Mem
here of the Fraternity.
Oak Urove Council. Jr. O. U. A. M.
of Pleasant Corner will picnlo on the
,". I . A
Secret societies In nAednf nnrnnha.
ualia, llags, banners, uniforms, etc.,
should consult II. V. Morthlmer, Jr.,
who represents oue of the largest firms
and importers, manufacturers and
dealers iu this country before purchas
The Council of tho Jr. O. L A. M
recently organized at Bowmanstown by
P. C. Charles A. Wagner, of this town,
is developing strongly. The members
are wide-awake, earnest, patriotic fel
lows auu win nusno to make the
Council one of the strongest In the
Lizard Creek Council. Jr. O. II A
fii continues to flourish. Naev mAm.
bers are constantly being added tothe
roll book. The hall ln Berger's Hotel,
occupied by the Council, Is as oozy a
meeting place as can be fonnd ln tha
The State Camp of the Sons of
etcrans at Hunesdale this lr
The report of II. II. Hammer, Adjut
ant, issued from the headquarters lu
Readiug, shows over G000 members in
the State, 21 new camps and 2,701
members mustered durinc tho year.
The loss was 532. I'haon Strauss re
presented Capt. J. S. Webb Camp, of
this place at the session.
At a meeting of the Natlnnn.1
Council June 20, the report whlch
Krand Secretary Deemer will present
showing the condition of tho order In
this State will be an exceedingly flat
tering statement of financial and
numerical gn w h unpiec dontedtjnthe
uistuij ui iraternai organization.
With a membership of 82.741 In this
State alone, the order now ranks sec
ond only to the Independent Order of
Odd Fellows. The report of Brother
Ueomer will show amount of invest
ments of subordinate Ceunciis. 1523,
,oi.o, receipts uunug past year, vootf,
121.73; expended for relief and benefits
8103,lo3.13; membership at last report.
luiunieu since, 2,11; receives,
by card, 909; reinstated, 672;withdrawn
1027; suspended, 10,649; expelled. 176;
deceased, 489; present total member
ship, 82,711, number of Councils atlast
report, 722; dissolved since, 30; new
Councils chartered, 144; present num
ber of Councils ia this State, 830.
This Is a report which should gladden
tue nearts ot tne "juniors" and stimu
late them to still greater efforts for
the coming year.
Uf LIZAKII U11KKK VALLKT,
Mr. Charles A. Ginder and wlf were
guests of the lattcrs parents on Sunday,
Rev. I. J. Yotter an! wife were ylsltlog
Charles ICehrlg and family last week.
Air. Monroe Sensinirer and f.mtu mm
the guests of W. 8. Helntzleman on last
Mr. Augustus Eck and famlle trust- .
DleaSUrO ride Over the RlnA Mnnnlftln
Saturday and returned on Sunday.
Messrs. Aaron Henrv and John Hnr.
man enioyed themselves at Chaa. linrh'a
Mr. Chailes Ballfpt I. mitt. .A,inni in
with .typhoid pneumonia. J. S. Brobsl Is
assisting the family in nursing hlra.
Our old and esteemed friend George
Hoffman Is on the decline. Mr TlVifTm.r.
Is 03 years of age.
The ccnlal Charley Uelirf? annrt. Un.
palroi horses through a deal with Jim
N Mr. II'. S. Heiutxlftlnati. one nf nn, Ac
tive, hard-worklnc and exnerlenped fam.
crs. Is at present repairing bis Swiss barn.
Tho annual financial statement nf ih
East Penn school distrlo far the TAr
endldg June, 1S93 shows a surplus ot
$533. At the meeting of the board of di
rectors on Monday evening sealed propo
sals wero received for the erection of a
new scnooi nouse. The following bids
wero rcceired Lewis Lauchner. $509.33,
Maurice Bowman and Charles HehrUr In
cumpany ,$539.00. Tbe contract was given
to the latter. '
Mr. Augustus Noll, of BmmiMlmn.
who Is a skilled carnenler. itarte mia
day last week to build a two stcrj plank
dwelling house for Daniel Fritz In the
Valley, $nd In three days, with tbe aid of
two men, had the house ready for the
.vu.. nuui.Niwn tuia r sc. A Oil for
many rears has hpn a rM.ni Ar
ley", and is a man of excellent business
Mil. DnooKui Now Is da zelt MJ
woe de bouera de bulza manner iu de
welihkorn felfler hen. for de kronna eehet
tzu mocha, dus se dea welshkorn net rout
roppa. De bouera sutta acbt cava, won
dat Uncle Buzzard wldder nocbds hame
gem, turn nocnoers scntetldle, don dule
ar ierlelcht era butza manner wldder mlt
mahma, nn gebt da kuva an cigar for ds
butza manner de leit nockdt fort bouse
stella, for se tzu losults. No comttiuDlca-
vion. iyou aar snoe dlch net fltjlun
brauchd do en net on pulla.
Iu dar Ashfield Collece duua Am lelt net
sludya for lawyer, oder ductor, Oder porta,
os we In ooera colleges. In dar AthCeld
College wera yust so dlnga ga studied, os
nn "ii acuwe'za, uega, leit nicic noma
tiu cava, un se tzu Insults, coatera tin
composa un nocbds uf hanka for de leit
era repuiauon tzu ktacKnat, etc. Par Jim
Hetzer nn dar Undo Buizard tin da pro
fessors in dar college. Se sin tiwa ex
perts, te cans so drcukichb anret tchoffa,
un duna es dano uf oner leit poke. Dar
uucie uuzzaru mociia ae pionns, nn dar
Jim Hetzer duta comnosa wile ar dar
scliuiardt is. No communication except
nuu ui auira aue ui nou puns en aon.
De Aunt Kate gaht shier oils woeh a
mohi, un dele wocha tiwa mobl in tows
titt era dochter, nn carried era docbter to
tocha ona os we deppicb, line dicher, dleh
dlcher, shawls, dresses, tunnels, nn even
to glana dlnga wea tphealnmba nn wesh
luniba, etc. Dar Jim Iletzer un dar Uncle
Butaani bakimera tick orlch fiel waga dar
Aunt, un hen aw an fardulter travel mlt
era, wlel se tlch to bagrambt, un baklacbt
dot te to orm wer, over de Aunt hnt mancr
gelt ot wea der Iletzer un dar liuxxard
mlt nouer. Se Is net relcb, over anybov
se hut ttwlcha six un teva hunerd dollar
in dar bank, un bat aw oo-n gelt avei b
galehnd, vn det Is maner gelt oa dar Bet
ter un dar Buizard mlt noner ben, x hen
ferleicht maner tcbulda. No commnnlca.
lion, except won eeppra em hnnd uf dar
KbwantE drada dute, don knoru, ia
weht docb anlch eppes.
llors' Salts from UOe op to 810.
Vour boy should always wear tha
most stylish and best made suit. You
oau get both at the One Price Star
Clothing nail, Mauch Chunk at a sav
ing of 33 per cent guaranteed or money
Will be Here June 13.
Dr. W. F. Dauzer, the specialist on
diseases of the eye, ear, nose and
throat, will be at the Kxchange Hotel.
Lehighton, en Friday June 23.
iii nnt Lain gtim .lun.u ut th-i. . over berore on acoouut of our ffreat
Hoe iu Mauch Chunk on the first two i sacrifice ou oue of the largest stock of
eduesday's in Juue
W Ktbta, sec'y.
alsive amount' as
large sUick uf men's and laiy' suits ou
account of building.
time later another petition was cirou.
t'ontraetor J. C, Sendl has begun I U,ed "'" John Ituob was ntadepost.
t. nr. as i ! . n inuhtAr I t ia n f riA tuawts nlmnr Mfl
aud oouuoil chamber. The building ; noutii and it is predicted by those
will be of briok, and its entire cost ! ,"" V""'' " ' fcM?w. tbt enUi
Mi,II.ICKnerrl0fI'oitville, has J. 1,'"' . ? U,? ""',0t
cured tbe ooulraut from Mr Ka.iHa! t.. "ater and that the ottloe will be
i located iu store.
blank siiaoe r
Who oau till the
a n w u
A cream of tartar baking
iwwcler. HigUcst of all in
. i i . s - . - eTv m vws au viwau 7 Lru UUDIUI o X milKIl IU K II (mil. lUBUtii 1 I 11 H t t 7
this valley AU goodH Kuurauteed to, nuum.urhwgw.ua auumv iwr- f ftt oulie fur u flue W(lol uit cr ' oppciU C K U oUMun, where rJUJi 1 leaVing Strength Latt?t
oients1 aud bojH ttuitt? ever bbovru iu
be 'Xi Mr irnt leMt. tuau olsewhere or
A bftiueut oooUuuiuK thrw roomn do 11x6 ok work.
utisi faui-t nf h HniiltlM weelHrii? ht-niMaA v
conUiuner six rooms, situated ou the ' Express wageus, 7S oeut,
e irner oT tseooud an.1 Coal streeU wards at (label's. First street i of the ureal bargains of ready made
Apply to Henry lieckeudorf .jvior sulu aiaiie to order from el rueu's aud bov,' suits, or all wolTiX
to)3. Are you willing to save from , made to order, you can buy at Bon
- to ui , lr mi nave your measure takeu ' dheim Ttuluiuin Hall, Mauch Chunk
Vine l-lue ur llarneae.
-tlood, strong, best quality Ham-1 re1uu1?ui " b ue 1'ru-e star
oeke at UaW Lehlghtou. 1 8" "'
: 7 , 1 I1 uu"" ,ur " nuB w,1Jl suit it 1 opposite L' It K tatlou, where Wu,li 1 ,ra --uuik owciijui LAlFH
ness hip, fly uet. sweat pa.ls, ,.uui- trousers at Boudheim's TaihiriuK Hall, ' worth of goods mu.t be sold within the 1 Uuitfd Ktatrs Uovernropnt P.uwi
mer blanket , for ; .rtu tide t Mlilu.h t'huukher you et the latest , ut m.mths ou account uf l,u!ldu, , . UOjemrBent food
style, perieci nt an.1 beM kooiis for you will save U per cent besides thei t?lw. iwjitt -Kin(f roWUt-r
" j U. lemat mousy. I iu per oeut. uasb discount, I Co., 106 Wall St-iN. V.
yer reusouable prou, at .Mlltuu Flor;
wetssport, t a.