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It ipeoially with us.
We have on lowprioefor alt.
Come and ttarn our price.
Pio-Nia and Sale Sill.
Alt kind oblankbook.
Let u have your order
For anything in ihit line.
Crta.it mtmy n Ntxc Butkitse,
Enlarge! many an Old Butinett,
Rtvivtt many a Bull Butint
Retcuet mtmy x Lout Butinett,
Save many a Failing Butinett,
Prettrvtt muny aLmrgc Butinett,
Mean tucctts in All Buint.
"INDttPENDKNT'V'lvIVB AND tBT ' IylVE."
VOL TEXT. No. 41
Lohighton. Carbon County. Poiina, August 26 1893
$1.00 a Year in Advano
-THE ADVOCATE PRINTS THE LOCAL NEWS AND IS THE LARGEST ONE DOLLAR PAPER IN CARBON COUNTY.
ExccpUonally attractive offer-
. . . .a, ii .. . I
ings are shown in the following
i Ul Act ..It t 1
have never been equaled. I
fThalliea for 4o a yard never I .
Bold elsewhere for leSB than 6c
11 ' j o II l i
Plaid OUltingS all colorings M
5c a yard the same quality can t
' , , , . , , 1 -i j
lw botieht for less than C nl
3 T t a,j' J ni,,i. Prints
Best Standard Muo rnnis
.. ltninw nriv rnmnetitors
are below any competitor
prices, likewise all Other Staiia-
Cotton crashes from 3Jc a
Outing Flannels from 6c a
Cassimeres for men and boys'
wear at such prices that arc as
tonishing. 12 Spools of Cotton for 10c.
28 Rows of Pins for 5c.
It you want to save money
you can't afford to miss our
Mammoth Bargain store.
J. T. NUSBAUM,
riitt Street, between South and Plain Btreett,
HALF-CENT A WORD.
- r. .VTt, V,7:.l,. TM. I. th rl-.-.TV.t in.l
"it adflruilu dSiiu Jo!rt! 11 TouSfJS'iaj f.
tblu lo teller rest trrtuu cheap adtertlilng.
Vni1ATA-Ads,kba.8ta!llon. sliteen and
ly safe and sound In ererr parueaiar. will De 1
hS?r!S,i5Shn VT.'uua.r "ffirt
Xwh U0r, I liSS"1
of.red lor sale. SaUXsdorj reasons eln lor
seuloi. AppiTteW.J. Sitter, proprietor, on
TAJB 8ALBFlrit elsss Dwtlllnx Houie, on
Third slnet,Uhiititon. Apply to w.
VOn? ALB-.n i.m..U,w a lot MlJ5. fee
.UJrt, nU. room, Apply to Kd, -Campbell.
paid, and we furnish ths best and most coin-
plsle outllt erer prerlded byaor house.
ai once lur lerujs. oena reiereaces.
Wanemeker ft Brown, Phlladelsh I i
f OBBXaiSTEB ADD BBOOltDKR,
Of North Kidder, Carbon county.
tW" Subject to Democratic Rules.
Hi Speaks both English and Herman,
L OB COUNTY TBEaSUBBB
DR. J. 0. KREAUEB,
Of Aonashlilola. Carbon nonntv.
SuUect to Democratic nomlnatlns Rules
POB ASSOCIATE JU1X1K
CHARLES B. SEIDLE,
Of Normal Square, Carbon county,
tB- Subject to Democratle Bules.
jOB COUNTY TUEA8UREB
Of Mauch Chunk, Carbon county.
Iff Subject to Democratle Kules.
pOB COUNTY LOUUIBSIONBR.
Of East Mauoh Chunk, Carbon County,
W Subject lo Democratic lluln.
pOB ASSOCIATE JUDOB
B. V. PETER.
Of Franklin Township, Carbon County.
IVttubJeet to Democratic Bules.
pOB COUNTY OOHUISHIONBB,
U, T. TREXLER,
Of Lehlghton, Carbon oountp.
prSubJect to Democratic rules.
J.XIK COUNTY OOUUiaSIONBR.
Of Stemlersyllle, Carbon County.
teT Subject to Dsmocrttlo Bules.
pOK BEUUTEB AND IIEOOltUKll,
C. W. LENTZ,
N . 1, , art. A I
0( East llauch Chunk, Carbon oounty.
tsr- Subject to Democratic Bules.
Me speaks Eiitllsh and Oeruan.
f 1 ntl n PraiflAa fn
high Coat & Hardware
north First street.
Ereldler It the canst of low nrlees on
ieruagee, ouagies, wc s uereiore TOU
X? vZ"rZT? "'!" .""".'"
Bueswca, sou can ana must De SUlUU.
T... ..ir. u . r,ini A ... r. 1,1
Ebbert when you wantateam (or busl.
ness or pleasure. Lowest urloes
. A MJoUarnoU er 10 6s wlll glTtioua
top onggj anu a camags wnip at ardours
-All kinds of books and fine station.
... T ...i....t. i,
- .wmMwvM b, mmuum
lit lha Sneat lot nf parrlaees aeep eihlh.
tl. n. Jkreiaierat it cut uon nas at pres -
ited In Carbon county. Prices rantlns from
say in silo.
tlon. arervthinff that la nw anil nrettvl
umuuiuibiiiitiu nrnjr uuunr,
now exhibited at K II- Uohl's Maiinh
thmk Jewelry Store.
EreldUr CeUTiti th blcrut fcSftOftmentl
vViuIU. hl..a;!d 'JVi i!5ift
or aaie. ill is oauj teniae sns aildlug U1
his stock. Qo and tee his boantltnl line of
eo ms Duaniuni una oi
la large lot of Seconal
oaus, rocaawaja, Burrrjs,
hlilfnpma aremrta ttil
,.'. .t.l tli;h.. h.VlonA.1
....l. "'i n liTr.V, ..?. " "
p-b - a
( Bkwe. o 11 w"oN uu svw.
Pure Paris Green at lowest price
1 1 l ' 1 . J
WALP'S EAGLE STORE.
Wln (ew words we desire to call
- . -
ISt. 'act. It Is this. We hare as
tv lame and fine a line of e-eneral
tar large and Bn. a lne of general
Pft. store goodi a. you will find any.
WW here. Com. and M us, let u.
sbow you our goods ana tell you
what pur prloes are. We deliver "'It
goods anywhere promptly andTjrj
without extra charge whatever Jti
to the purcbaaer, Dont pay Mg
prloes but ooit aud toe us Jti
First street, Op, Raund Hpusea,
OhMm for aThlrd Term by Iowa
Tl Atri Ann(fl
tunwnut aomm Bestow aim no.
Bomiaeted Arter naiiot John cut-
.' city, ror supreme Judge.
DKlMoiHis,Ia., Aug. Sx.-Tho Demo-I
br chairman Fuiieii. or tnt iui. commit-
tee, who Introduced Henry Volner, major I"
.. ,ri...nnrt ., ,.nor.rv r...mnn I
Mr- Volner'e- speech o( acceptance wat
ub""T punctured with applause.
Afur a iom Cato Sells, of vinton, wot
tatUlltd as permanent chairman. On a-
,umlng the JJMt Mr sells made a fifteen
tnlnote peech. In which he ald that Re-
publicans had been wont to accuse Demo-
erau of an utter lack of principle and
wllllngnest to fiddle, Nero like, while
Romt burned and the liquor dtmoa'de-
ituwio uimuc w iioyuiHiwni.
Amid oonrnJelTe laughter he awallM the
present attitude of the Republican party
on the llnuor question. No longer In faror
",ooX oa" m
no saloon U the talley." they were now
wnoy, (amines of Republicans.
nd .ready to locate . gre, hop fa
Tallinn flntuicUl depression, and tttrib
Hiail f nl.l.r A MsknaVIri Oaimkll... J
"l"'""" - v.
slum when It was oHolallT annoooced
that Qorernor Botes had yielded tenths I
.mponunm- oi m. oP'w I
dered. A moUon was at onoe rs&ds. seo-
1" ,"., """""
r olAOon the committee on I
resolutions reported a platform. The plat-
fturu iiupi7 nouirmi vum nuanoiaj plana
ef IBS, the allTer men unilln. wltk tha I
use neen praoucaiiy tne enu-sllrer pro-1
also reafflrmsd and sersral w aute U-
sues raised, inch as non-partisan control
of state iMtltutlona.
tenant e-oTen,.. Th,rf. ft n-tn..
the present incumbent, sod 67 B. McFall. I
ef Oskaloosa. Mcrall dereloped unex-
pcciea sirengia, sus JJesww was renom- I
Bated, the Tote sUndlngi Beetew, 0i Mo-
Fall. Hi. The nomination ef Mi. Bestow
was made unanimous. I
Uon (or supreme Judge. BU caodldates I
were presented, and on ths seooad ballot I
Oltr. to ranlllr that ha was dominated br
aoclamatlon before the rote waa oom-
plated. Bute Superintendent of Education
Knoepfler was renominated by acclamation
and ths ticket was completed by the nom-1
nation oi 1 nomas tiowman, of Council I
and addressed the conYentlon.
The Mew Boose Committees.
WlsulNQTOS. Aug. a Sneaker CtUd
yeeUrday announced the new house com-
mittees. Mr. springer Is succeeded as I
chairman of the ways and means commit- I
ta h winian, u tvnn. .f w.i vt
fi "' ua' Uolaux as the
head of the approDrlatlons eommltteet I
Cummtagt succeeds Herbert en the nerel
affairs oommlttee, and MoCreary succeeds
w""0 0"n f '"'f
affairs. ThesonthgeU thlrtj-two ehslr-1
mansnina ana ine nortn wn.ihM .
I STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS
m vorc A.ia.-Th steak ma.k.i I
I dnll and almost featarelsss todtr. the s .rface I
th itdviDttte. cioitnt bid h I
eIA.eBJ. VlVSIUfl HIUS) I
uwrt valley. M W. K.T.4Pl- -
Peansrlrenta. uu n.en.T.eeea
Readies ltVJ H. J B. T. pril -
. mi Erls .
. - D-UsW,
I ReedlBji . m. as... SUM N. T.
raw" ml I
oaw si- Rai,,g I if te- rAl Wert hore..u, .. - I home o( her p&renti on faeoond street,
ire Co, Umlted,naedigupfs... i4l lM.yr.rMmamn.u.
i iieaauvg aa pi se. is ntw jerser uss- m I
I H, Y, N. E... Del. A Uudsen..ttOM
1 Oeasral Markets.
New Toss. Am. S3.-euw and wester. I
saer stesdn low eitres. ll.stas.Ui eltr
1 m. ....... iimim, i.i. . eiukl
Kuiuneeotacletr. Jt.KW; pstsots. tio
"1 enpernue. ii.Tiat.st ettr mills. .vro
paUsta.Wai; stralu Sja6i rre pals:
turee, iy win, one. ii.rwa.ui. scstnern
K" oal .om" VJX! -"" V
1 e-l STo 10 cnoipe vaira, eiioai-SD. nre
I Soar culit. rm! OMrfliii. tza.St. Whsat
l wnr acurt: iMprauDor, os o-ioaowe.iueeeeT,
tlkiaHMci December. lMtTWlo.: Mar. StMe.
omlnl wMtern. USMc. Cera dull.
eainr-e.i, sshouci Beetemter, s!4eil
nut, uwn inu, , atniinh, au.
PaiiXDKLeHiA. Ano.is. fUaf aiMifv Son,
astra aaesa. ITAOSAi (amUr. JHOit Perkl
SlLlf i:iL.w.i V.h. .VT!?
.t..,iw. v. Vnk .ut,r ttAB. .sitae.
sreamery. inm m i uiwi aaiat. nrnu new.
Jerk Urge bite. btMtci h- for4, wu
'i; "t"s. r.- -rt inr;
feouaylyenlA, iM4kll7u Western.ltjQl<e.
JUBBSWasi -law W..WW
I 1 Wh
I ad. Wheat aUa,lr. Ooru easy; white earn bf
I samelo. Ulc yjllow corn hr sample. ttoUe.
I y . urn . , i, , , i ...
cnapsoa. iiuueiouieiicreamcry. isncya.M The young man Is rlahl handoome
do. lair to .Uoke. tlbSSc., do. ImlUllon. JUSJ VVi . i J. . t ..
ladle, fancy. lCc.i mod to choice, ic$llai sure nd bis features Indicate a happy dlt
pecked, ltai7c. Ems dull at UaiCo. position whloh on examination ulosar
eist Li..tt. Pa. a.. tL-Ai. ..a.j
prime, l-Mai.:5; good butcbir grades, li
I cOW! tw tolitt lioss weakTliiht sradesTss
P4- '"?.. welgbu, Mtt; ettremt
1 neayy. aiiuss.iot rougns, enefp IHwi
prime. a ,commorl tq tslr. ll.tuai.iti rati
f ""Tr '"-;
B! Workl c... d.wb,
Pxtkoit. Aug. 2a.-Tbs Michigan Pen-
nnlar nlirht for a Deilod of three months.
The shoot have a capacity for building too
cart a day, ana cexore tne onanciai strut
gency arose empioyea aoou. o,uw men.
tUeteu ilrlkore la Maploa.
Nirua, Aug. 24. Tb Mb drivers o(
aiBfitrareoaatrlka 'o their eSortt to,
ttop thtrunulsgof tramt and omnlbottt
theraetaretoakletkandflvtcara. In a
light with the polios Ave strikers and four
lillFAm.n ... l.f,..l
r "... .ujm.vw.
ra. App.io.oB ..J.....
WAiBlsaToii. Aug. Si.-Mantlt'i elalm
to a seat la the eeaale (rem she ttae o
AlantAna has bean rawita.l Yauls. sui
1 najl, oi
LOCAL. MATTERS Or MORS OR LHII
If bat Has Oeenred In this Oltr Paring the
VMt Pertinently Epitomised by Oar
f pooled lispon.!-..
-County (air September 12 to 15.
The Central railroad are outtlng
down their expenses. Operator Altln
Ipohl has been removed to Hazard and
UuUon agent Brader now has the whole
rjusinoss on uts lUDumin.
Arrangements are still going on
for the iTaymakers plonlo In Under-
, .h eth , t month
, " " n ii --
Arlon Cornet Band are making ar-
rangements (or the holding of their
flrgt Bnnual plenlo In Llnderman's
. . . . nn h an ni The
btentlfnl TOt on the Sdnst Ihe
ommlttee will leave nothing undone
to mBke the Brent a pleasant sud
fcnin-Ml, - .11
enjojabie one ror an.
Bargains In boet watches and
slocks at E. U. Hohl's Manoh Chunk
Ed Qelger, of Jamestown, a suburb
of lively Lehlghton, Is the happy dad
of twin babr girls.
The funeral of Miss Sallte Krum
on last Mondar was vetr largely at
-Watches I Watches ltttE.IL Uohl's
Hauch Chunk Jewelry Store.
All members of Lehigh tire Co.,
are expected to be present at the next
regular meeting of the company as
baslness of Importance will be trans,
-See watches at Hold's, Maneh
Chunk Jewelry Store.
-Henry Schwartz will build an ad.
dltlon to his large furniture establish.
ment to be used exclusevely (or offloo
II you Want. B SUlt OI OlOIBSS go MJ
U. Lois & Co, Oberts Bloek.
A orfjln vnnnu man nf this town
A certain young man or mil town
W6nt 10 UWlTOr RuU 0n 8aturda' OTen-
Ing to see his best girl and got lost In
tbe woods. Now Frankie, do sueht
An AP .1 ll. 1- .. - .! tt 1
liwsiioi "l ioai uaraware
Go, Limited, north First street.
Hello 1 Hello I Did you see the
elegant line of gold watches E. H. Hold
the Mttuoh Chunk Jeweler Is now dls.
Kreidlsrs painting proTet to be ood If
In the TSlley.
Big reduction In baby coaches at
J. L. Gabel's.
Window and door screens at J. L.
n . .,
Piloe watches at E. H. Uohl's,
Mauch Chunk Jewelry Store.
Wassem. of Weiss port, are at the
Layelle (air this week with their (ast
horses "Blly Brown" and "Cherry."
Both animals hare great spend.
Bob Lawfer (ell from a lumber car
at Welssport one day recently and as
. oonseonenoe now n frr with alndlr
T , ?l L suirers wltn a Dadly
uruuoa leir, leg.
full line of Ingrain and Brussels
"nta t Henry Schwartz's.
Great rarlety of rubber hose (or
sale at lowest prloes at Gabel's,
W8 extend slnsere symyathy to
llr. and ltrs. Sylrester Snyder, of
Bankway, on the loss of their ln(ant son
j.ii, m.,,i. i....t v
r " " iui..,i..
place xuurauay aiternoou
-n. team. toT M purpose, at the
South End Llrery.
Will Heberllng sports a pretty easy
riding buggy just pnrohased from II. R
Over 30t ) in bonds for the new
i,M. honsa has bann alroiulv ImiiaiI
0088 nouse nas neen already issued
b7 LeWghton borough,
TMn TTanV lotf sut,,ra i..h.
the Raud.ubush homesUad on First
It Is sow a settled (act this town
will hare a water supply In the rery
n km ' ,k...
-u . u, .-'"- wu ..,uuu.ui.v
by a number o( Lehlghton gentlemen
fora charter on Monday, September
11. and the Indications are that work
citizens and propeoty owners should
Ourfftve the enterrjrlae all nnnAlhleAn.
oonragement, In order that Welssport
tufty bo placed In k position with other
Vmj Uf UUtlyVU U ( UVQIMUU Tl 1 LI UIOOI
towIU regards these modern lm.
regains vnese moaern im.
A pleasant surprise party was
tenderod Miss Maggie Sltler at the
annlTersary of her birth. The follow.
I Ing little ones were present:
.ZTZ' V" r.l " r.""!. Ul'J
llamle nough, Carrie Bretner, illnnle Fry,
f -uuiuiij. nioDie sa.
uaKie aemerer, utile oermaa. NelUe and
1 9rle tWu Hatae and Katie Bebrlg. Era
uenx. name nrjaa, qatue Ereritt, Annie Boa
Mali Mofthlmer. Hot rrr.Chas.uermtn. Harry
Anthoor. Eddie Wertrean. Hr, aitier vi.V
BoBeA h.. kiiu, b-S a 'v.
I " T. . .
I "u sues, u uortnimtr.
OUR OOMORKSSU AN.
A writer to the Uazleton Plain Stveak
r from the National Capitol says:
I Th pAnnarlvanla. dMnratlnn fn Cetn.
8' " hold IU own with any othar
I v i i" p.j,vAmuMui
1, needed. They are a brainy lot, well
i is neeaeq. i ney are a Dnuny tot. wen
I part In all oongresstonal proceedings.
oi. --.-j namU. Ik.
tlon. Howard Mutchler efNorthamriL-m
- j- "'VA
" "ted to flll the
I nuttnav Miiuul hhl. f a .1 .... I.
ohnwa a Ufa n f nnntAntrnAtil T.. it,.
bort time that Congress has been In
I session he has made many (rlends all
of whom look nrxm him as a worthy
surjeeasorof his Uier. the Ute William
Mnihler who was held In hlirh eateem
by his colleagues during the seyera
terms be serrsd in Congress. General
rjlly of Carbon eounty came here ths
dlT of the 5Mslon and was
.worn In Since then be ha. not bn
I In attendance. He come here In
- special oar and was aocompanled by
ttitni. from M.,lnh- ahnni
Xs eiwitnstauaiug ms long spell of slok
1 ness he looked pretty good and forthe
ghortUmehowas on the floor of the
, ... arn,i. ,, . ...
" m 7 ut m .
colleagues. His health will not permit
t.l . In Ikl. .11. at., a...
aaua a. j .m v.. uu.iu, auv 11 u
but " h ' n"nf .M rapidly
U U IPct1 hl bo U !- to
(aea the uusle more regularly alter
it. ,.i1.f u,.lnn luntn.
" ' "
A Soara Shet Camera Calottes Those Who
Come and Go Among Their Friends la
. .Mrs. Hagertr, of Philadelphia, Is
visiting her sister Mrs. James Slides on
Insley Craig, of Lehigh Gap, was
with Allen Peters a (ew days last week.
. . Key. J. II. Kuder and family spent
last week with Lehigh county f rltuds.
This week they are guests of (rlends
In Lizard Creek Valley.
.Councilman Hiram Straup and
family, of the second ward, spent last
Sunday rery pleasantly with the "folks
at home" In Towamenslng.
Harry Roth, of Wllkesbarre, Is a
gnest at the Exchange Hotel.
Ed. Brannlx, of the Union Trust
Company, Philadelphia, is spending a
brief yact tlon yery pleasantly In town.
M.O. stunts and wife and W. E.
Ash and wife, will leaye on the 39th
Instant (or a two weoks yltlto the
.Aaron Bowman, a solid Lizard
Creek Democrat, was la town on Friday.
Mrs. T. J. Weston, of ParryTUle,
spentFrlday with John Bettz and wife
In this town.
Fred Bowitan and Cheater Camp
bell hare returned to Port Morris N.
J, after a brief rlslt here.
Miss atrumbore, of Reading, Is
sojourning with Miss Jennie Grossoup
on north First street.
Attorney Horace Ueydt and wife,
are home from a ten day's visit to
Chicago and the World's Fair.
.Calrln Drrr and his estimable
sister, Miss Debbie, are auesta at the
Wm. Montz residence on Third street.
. Joseph N. Bennett and wife, of
Packerton, spent Sunday with R. L.
Koons and family ou' Second screet.
Miss Laura Arnold, of Reading,
spent the past week pleasantly with
A. L. Hagerman and family.
Dr. J. G. Zern, O. E. Brlnkman and
W. and Frank Obeit left on Monday
evening for Chicago and other points
in the West,
Expressman A. L. Hagerman was
doing business at Easton on Tuesday.
Harry Hwartz, of Jeddo, was among
Lehlghton (rlends on Sunday.
Qua , Altmlller and sister, Miss
Lizzie, Snndayed pleasantly at the
Drlssel homestead on Mahoning street.
Valentine Sohwaitz and Peter Helm
are on a trip through the west. Before
they return they will see (rlends at
Minneapolis, Minn., and the World's
Mrs. William Rex and daughter
Battle, of Blatlngton, were Laeits of
Lehlghten (rlends this week.
..Mrs. George Swartwood of Mauoh
Chunk visited relatives and (rlends In
town on Monday,
The genial A.B. Cohen, of Tamaqua,
was In town oyer Sunday the guest of
Photographer Clem Bretney was at
Easton and New York oyer Sunday,
..Ed Raudtnbusb, of Perth Amboy
N. J, spent last Sunday In town with
.Misses Agnes and Mamie Strauss
arrived home from a pleasant rlslt to
Bayre, Wayerly and Elmlrr, they had
a delightful time.
Miss Jennie Merkel of Allentown
visited Miss Agnes Strauss this week.
Mrs. Frank Rauoh, of AUentown,
visited Mrs. Daniel Walp, on Second St
Mr. Thos. Stooker, of North First
St, spent Sunday with relatives in
John Klpp accompanied by Miss
Lillian 8chafer and Emma Lentz,
enjoyed a drlre to Mauch Chunk on
Sunday where tbey spent the evening
M. Losos, of the firm M. Losos ACo
clothier and hatters, Is tho owner of
one of the best horses in this section.
It was purchased from H. R. Krtldler
George Clauss of the Valley House,
will leave (or Niagara Falls this ere
nlng. It Is said he will attempt to go
over the Falls on his bloyele to make
Miss Valeria Drelsbaoh, of Oi lgs-
burgjs visiting relatives and friends
Miss Mary Wallace Is visiting Mrs
Catharine Canpbell and famly on Bank,
..Mrs. Drambore Is home from i
pleasant visit Atlsntto City.
..David Miller, of BagersvlUe. Is
visiting at Dr. Setple's residence.
.,Mlsses AUee and Lizzie Gabel are
on a pleasant visit to Dr. Balllets at
,,Mra Wilson Coppand Mrs, Cloud,
of Burllagame, Lycoming county have
been visiting L. J. Heldt ft m"y, (or
the past two weeks.
George Hallman aud Hem Meicz
Reading detectives were in town on
Wednesday and arrested George Ton
er, on the charge of bigamy. It Is laid
that he has four wives living. Tui Ct r
has lived In this town for a year put
with one wife.
.Mrs. John 8. Lenta and Mrr, H,
U. Peters hare returned from a visit
to the Worlds Fair, they were ac
companied by Mrs. Lines Groo, of
siew York City.
..Claycon Peters has returned.from
a five weeks1 in Lehigh County. Clayton
says he is "dead stuck on the Lehigh
county Dutch girls and Is anxious to
t; IL Gerlock, of the firm of Ger-
loek A Co, printers, of Soranton, made
us a pleasant call on Thursday.
To Whom It May Cflicen
Mr. Brokate. You owe me 17.00 (or
work that I did about 1 year ago.
I hereby declare the above to be
utterly (also. Mr. Schoeh never did any
work (or me and I do not owe him one
CHiSLia B BO KATE.
Go to 11. Losos A Co, (or children
H. rt-Kreldler clalmt that ht nils tbt best
work for lest money than any of the other
and he will prove lu Or ask the public te
prove It bv comparing bU excellent stock,
and low figurei, with that of other dealers,
-Ice cream freezers at Gabel's First
l Fashionable clothing (or ererr
' fcy at M? Losos A TOberts mJ
I 7 ' tu, vjueris XliOOX,
If you hare anything worth'exhiblt,
log see to It that you have it at the (air
U. Losos A Co, have a (uU Use ol
vum Mites uavs ana cap.
PVBLlSBBD BT KBQUBHT
Jadgo Drohor'B Saoeessor.
rroai ths Vv bite Ilaven Joaiosl.
As the constituency ot ths Journal Is In a Urge
degree within tho territory ot the Judicial dls'
trlct of the Ute Judge Drehtr, ws deem It eur
amy to Isy before our readers our views at to
the successor of Judge Dreber.
This district Is composed efthe two counties
of Ctrbon sod Monroe. Tbe population and
mealed latereits art Urgelj In the county of
Carbon, llonroe has no ladastrles ol a sur
sunlisl nature, being largely tgrlcnltursl.and
this Is of so valueless a character that litigation
growing out el It Is truing and of I'ule moment'
Carbon has Urge property taterests In mints'
m railroads. Is Iron works, rid n?any citizens
of great nsalth.
Boms ot tqe grritest cootesu of the couits e
Common Pleas In tho Bute have been tiled In
Carbon cenuty. Borne ox the most luperunt
trials In the history ot criminal cosru have had
their adjudication thtre. And seme el the
UrgsstesUtes brought to tbe Orphans' CourU
ol ths State have been settled at Blanch Chunk.
lu the (ace el these tacu an effort it now on
foot to again, for ten years.placo npon the bench
ol this district a Judge trout- llonroe eounty.
ThUegert Is not alons confined to llonroe coi t.
ty, but It bv lndlr -Hon advocated and we rk. d
up by tue little pollucuius ex Carbon county.
Thewolvool Judge UUie most sacred In eur
ewciai orgauizaitou, 11 is eae oi me most iih
poitaut u. crray gwd cluzvu b- sause no Is tbe
essanUal feature v! trlbuual that gees to tbe
very nean oi our raone vl tucleiy. it is in tins
tribunal that oi property rlgbu axe not only
to be preserved aud conserved, but also our
liberty aud our very lives. We cauaot aflerd to
take any risks In tue creation sod orgauurttlon
ol tali tribunal, nuch eltorts are beyond the
litue struts ol peluians, ol politics and ol
We uierelore care little whether the Judite be
Democratic or itepublicam whether be jo a
twuuciau, or one lar reaivreu rrom tte narrow
uess el tbe class who not inxreauenilr make
vur Uougrussiueo, our bsuators, our Assembly
men, aud the lesser offlcers ot our county
, 'XheJudgeshouldbeleamed, and aloaderln
JudlrUI kuowledge. lie sboi"d be dlgulded.
ui auouia inns reuiperauieut laainereui w
parties or persenalltln. lie ihoaiu be patient,
ludepenoeut and nuutut.
in these roauireuieii-j, l-Arban caii nr.uint a
dlstlnruisbea citizen, oue wno can measure up
Hiu,inuiuwiT .muxes in uio tUioiuua
wealth, lli.u nut a politician, lie can not
ex tuings" in Us rtonalMir tbe manner ol these
men, nor can he set up counterfeit canalaaf s . a
Jluuroe to embarrass local aspirants there, lie
con not makedeals lor the delivery ol delegates
for the support et tue source of central auiuor
Ity and power, lie can however, bring to the
11 ludUuddess of Justice, dignity, learulae, in
dependence. Industry, honesty, and me .'iter
esis of the people anu not tne peliuclans.
In keeping with old-fasblont d notloas now,
lias, too much neglect 1 In belief that a Judge
should be taken lroni the most respected citi
zens ol his profession, we uuliesltstiugty nomi
nate for President Judge ot the XLlli Judicial
district, AUsn Craig, gsq, an attorney-ar law
lor more than thirty years la his district, a
aentleman anione uentlelaen. a sUldent. a r
spectcd fellow citizen, a man who will brine-
nonors loan noneraoie omce, ana out wno wl
measure ud to the reoulreuieuts of a dlirnillAil
and exalted tut'on.
UZAItU UUBKK VAIXKr,
The farmers are busily engaged
John Glnder and family, of Packer-
ton, spent Sunday very pleasantly with
Elanlus Fritzinger and (amily. of
ParrjvlHe. paid a visit to Chas. Rueh's
Quite a number o( our (oiks attended
the plonle at Nls Hollow, on Saturday
last, among them was Aunt.
The "old-news-carrler" o( Uogtown.
worries herself awful about the sur
prise party that came oft the other
week, because she had no Invitation.
Our two JoUy (ellow's John Rehrig
and G. E. Andreas took a flying trip to
Bowmanstown on the1? wheels on Sun
day. Henry Bowman is nursing a sore leg.
Asa Young is on the slek list
James D. Kistler and family, of
Pottsville are visiting his mother.
James DeLong and family, are visit
ing in Lehigh county.
Andreas' Liberty Band furnished the
muslo (or the Sunday school plenlo
held In Balliet's beautiftxl grove.
it Is rumored that a gang of robbers
are stationed some where around the
Bear Rook on top of the Blue Mountain.
People are cautioned to be on the alert
lidgar W. Moulthrop drives a hand.
some Mustang pony.
Miss Mary Warloo has tendered her
resignation to the East Penn school
board, as teacher o( Lehigh School No.
JUlss Wsrloo has accepted a similar
position in Franklin Dlstrlot at a
George Bex, o( Lehiohton. was hurled
In the East Penn cemetery on Monday
afternoon. Rev. A. Bartholomew ota
clated at the last sad rites.
DopExi,-De Aunt un dar
Fat Bully, de tzwa kraeta lelgntrlm
BhtOddle. WU SO Irrwia eln ...)
de beklmera sloh aw flel waga dara (raw
mua xerna sol lm AUen
town. De Aunt nn Hat- ll,,llv -i.
(raw hot era noma (erlalgeld. se wer
doch helert gawest o wer "era mon wer
uurnuu Kunga, un se wer aw widder
fOrd tTSChSSed WOt-A nn.ntm Kn.tl
plotz, un de lelt wu se gasoholt het
wodase nlme, se wer tzu foul un sohlop-
VlVSn 1 1 Tt IrAnl oil. A a a
r,..u,iiu Buiragi oringa, un
se hot so Uel pletz, dos se noon en
CnewlnxffrumstrirahnlfjtmlDt n. f... .
wai des dress mocha lerna dute, seoht
Mbrelcht era noma net (erlalgta, dos
twaa 11 O oa la.f I)., 1 1 a. . . .
ai iTT """'i)r'"iuh senenttu ncn
UOh dOrrlch da Welrl arn tin aa wA- .dU
der om aama plotz for 's dress moeha
lerna, un aw om aama boarding plotz
-h..uuu,uu taej uuiiy sawga se wer
ford gachased wora, Ue (raw seoht
"er net so schlopplch as dar
Bully, ar but si moul mit tobacco (er
aoumeerduu daUufde shoescloppa,
un ar war vuat down aa ,,n ..
runna because ar kraoht de chance net
mant-wpuiu. ueier chewing gum
store wu de Aunt nn dar Bully re(er
enoe da tzu hen, selerdufcs deClabby
dar Auut era dochtcr lm town holda;
ds Aunt helft tends, und dar Bully find
u" Boaut, tui aeior wag- grteni da Aunt
un dar bully oua woch era chewing gum
(or nix. Dara fraw era mon Is j tut so
achlecht os we dar Bnllv. or hot au. ni.
chewing gum by dar Clubby lm town
krlcht, un dorich dee but dar mon ea
wUd Are ui galasa, da no hut ar dorich
ga tnlsss, achunst wer ar In de jail
The commissioners received samples
ot tbe new ballot adopted (or voters by
the last Legislature, and which will be
used (or the first time next November.
It Is not near tbe size of the first kind
used, and Is only 0 by 10H Inches.
Thtre Is a small circle placed at tbe
head ot each ticket. It the voter de
sires to cast bis ballet straight, all he
has to do is to place a cross within the
circle. Any person who ean neither
read or write ean vote the ticket
straight" now without assistance. AU
he has to remember is, that the second
colum contains the names of the
Democratic candidates, and the first
the enemy. And whether he Is able to
read or write, be can surely tell what
a circle Is. Aa tor his "mark" he'll get
it in some how. Of course, like the
first ticket used, when you want to
"split" a "cross" must be put opposite
tbe name of tbe candidate to be voted
(or, and Just here Is where the "heeler"
gets In his work.
An axtrordlnarrflne collection nf
dainty gold rings, necknhalns, belU,
urBGOloia auiu oTarjiuiuar now 1U ixau
line at E. IL Uohl's, Mauch Chunk
Krtldler has a pew wrinkle again, be
niva a whin with bis new butwiei and
sometime be sells a whip and gives a
SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS.
Soelotr Tld-Ulu or Interest lo tho Sa
bers of the FraUnlty.
Secret societies In need of parapha-
nalla, flags, banners, uniforms, ete.
should consult H. V. Morthlmer, Jr.,
who represents one of the largest firms
of Importers, manufacturers and
dealers in to Is country before psrohas-
Norman Commandery, 135, Knights
of Malta, will attend divine servloes In
the Evangelical ohurch on Sunday
evening, on this occasion Rev. J. P.
Miller will discourse appropriately to
Pennsylvania M have the Krgest
number o( members ot the G. A. R.
National Encampment at Indianapolis,
having more than the depurtment of
Ohio, although Ohio has the member
ship in the order. The membership in
the order of the largest departments,
Kiocordlng to the last reports, as pub
lished, are aa follows: Ohio, 13,9C2;
Pennsylvania, i3,615j New York, -H-oV-l:
Illinois, 30,062: Massachusetts, 2-1,201;
Indiana, ZUKO; Michigan, 20.-1C9:
Missouri, 2U,iKj Iowa, 10,078j Kansas,
17,010. The new reports to bo pub
lished at Indianapolis may change the
relative position as regards numercal
strength. It is believed that Pennsyl
vania will again take first place, which
It held (or many years until recently.
The report of State Treas. Smith of
tbe P. O. S. A. shows: Total amount of
head quarters' funds in the hands ot
the state treasurer during the year I2f,
209.69; amount of state camp building
funds, 1 1208.30; total, $20,012.05. Ex
penses during the year, 16,187X0;
building expensos, $1169.06; totrJ, $17,
316.56; balance in the hands of the
state treasurer July 31, 1892, 18665.19.
State Seoy. William Weand's report
shows 681 camps and 179,701 members
in good standing in the state, a gain
over last year of 981 members.
District Grand Chief F. P. .Hun-
sicker Bud Grand Instructor Yoder, of
Allentown, were In town Wednesday
evening and visited Gnaden Ueutten
Castle, K. G. E. Both gentlemen are
active workers in cause and rime up to
boem the grand reunion to be held at
Lnury's on Sept. 7th.
About 40 members ot Norman
Commandery, Knights of Malta, of town
attended the institution of a new com-
mandeiy at Stemton on Tuesday even
ing and had a very enjoyable time.
About 25 members of INorman Com
mandery had the higher degrees con
(erred upon them.
"The (Irst annual reunion and
family plenlo ot the Knights ot the
Golden Eagle, o( the Lehigh Valley,
will be held at Lauxy's Island, on
Thursday, B apt. 7th. and promises to
be a grand success In every particular.
A very interesting program has been
prepared (or the occasion and nothing
ni'l be left undono to make It tbe
most enjoyable event of the season
The fare from Lehlghton is on!7 45o
and is within the reach ot el1.
Miss E. LHlle Arnerwas vlsit'r? at
Herndon, Pa, last week.
Jostah Musselman Is on the sick list.
His many friends hope for his speedy
Miss Lou Newjilller, ofLansford.
was visiting the fam''y of C. H. Seidle,
Joseph Fry Is under treatment at St
Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem.
Dr. Thomas M. Balllet, ot Springfield,
Mass, spent a few weeks visiting his
Lev.L.0. Wies of Lansford, fllled
the pulpit ot the Evangelical church on
On Sunday morning Rev. W. IL
Strauss will preach his annual Harvest
Home sermon In St Jonn's church.
G. P. Freyman and Chas. Kramer, of
Lansford, spent Sunday In the Valley.
Owing to the long continued drought
our farmers wiH hare less than half
their usual orops of potatoes and corn.
At a recent meeting of our school
board the following text books were
adopted: Butler's Geography jMerril's
copy book and Butler's readers. And
Brooks' artthmltlo was re-adopted.
The New Mahoning, Normal Square
and Pleasant Corner Sunday schools
will hold a union plenlo this Saturday
afternoon and evening In Longacre's
groye, near Normal Square.
Complimentary to Prof, c. A. P'tler.
TeeCabbon Advocate heartily: en
dorses this deserved compliment to
Prof. C, A. Ritter, one of this county's
old educators who has scsepted a posi
tion at Watsontown, Pa. From the
Dally Times: Prof. O, A. Kilter, late
principal ot the schools at Weatherly,
Monday moved his (amily to Watson
town, Northumberland county, where
he will Oil a similar position during
the ensuing year. Mr. Ritter has been
teacher in Carbon count (or eleven
years, eight of which were put In
Weatherly. He was first elected to the
Grammar school at that plaoe, and five
years later, upon tbe resignation of
Prof. J. L. Fotteiger,he was promoted
to the prlnclpalshlp, Oiling the post
tlon ever since with credit to himself
and to the schools, llr. Ritter Is a
scholar In the full oat sense ot tbe term.
He is a close student, continually
drinking at tho the fountain of know
ledge himself, and Is as hard a worker
Is ever entered a school room. Ills
numerous friends throughout the
eounty hope that ke has secured a
pleasant and profitable position on the
"North Branch." The directors of
watsontown oertaloly made no mis
take tn selection.
lee Cream SSe Per Halloo.
Plenlo and festival oommlttea will
find It to their advantage to buy loe
cream from B. K. Culton, Lehlghton,
who sells the very best article at the
low price or 80 cents per gallon.
Private families supplied at 11.00 per
gallon paoked and delivered. When
you need loe cream don't fall to call
ana seo uuiion.
Cheap and aood loe Cream.
Committees for plonlo, festivals and
CI os will do well to consult O. II.
baum. WelsBDort. when Hiv i,-
ioe cream. He sells a most excellent
article at the low price of 85 cents per
guiou. uou xorget to see nun. tfw
Friday. Aeguit at.
Dr.W. F. Darner, speoUlUt tu tbe
treatment ui au aiseasee of eye, ear,
uoeo ana utroat win oe &l tne fix
ettange Hotel, on Friday, AugaatK.
WEISSPORT AND AROUND.
iPICT IIAPPBnlNGg BRIEFLT HMTO.
TkeDolBga of the Week latetleadeA With
W. H. Whitehead Is out after au
illness ot a week.
-George Harleman, of Quakertown,
was in town during the past week call
ing on his many patrons.
-Slmer Wentz has purchased a
handsome new milk delivery wagon
Miss Mary Whitehead Is home
from a pleasant visit of a few weeks
among New York friends.
Ajuong a party ot ladies from this
place to Baylor's Lake on Wednesday
were Mesdames. James E. Sobalter,
Harry Knerr, Cora Uagenbach, Udward
Weiss, Wm. Ljlke), Wm, Kramer and
Jacob Straustberger had charge of
the Mansion House Cafe at Mauoh
Chunk this week.
A twenty horse power engine has
been received by the Franklin Shoe
Factory and wUlsoon be placed in posi
tion. Other necessary machinery is
also arriving aad It is confidently ex
pected that ere long the building will
be under roof and work commenced,
-Ed Campbell was at Hazleton
on Monday in attendance at the
barbers' plcnl?. Ed had aroyrlgood
Mlssss Emma Boyer and Lizzie
Nothstlne cr'led on Blatington friends
George Kresge and wife Sundayed
at Btemlerst Mo.
-George Kresge, Saeger's hustling
salesmsc, sold "CO water melons at
Waluutport on )st Monday p'tcrnoon.
A number of gentlemen have loosed
and nicely fitted up a room lu Laury's
block-, where they will hold prayer
meetings and blble readiags.
Robert Anthony and Levi Hoi n ac
companied by their -families were at
Sajlor's Lake on Wednesday.
Joseph May has been quite seri
ously ill during the past few weeks.
Milton Geggus Is convalescent from
a recent Indisposition.
Baby arrivals this week are regis
tered at the homes of Victor Solt and
Timothy Dltterline on Union Hill.
I. S. Curtis and daughter Miss
Clare, ef Frenchtown, N, J-wereguests
of 'Squire John S. Miller and family
during the past week.
-Religious servies will be held In
school hell Sunday evening at the
usual hour. Rev. J. E. Newhart will
Hon. W. F. Blery wl'l leavo fora
two weeks visit to the World's Fair at
Chicago on the 1th of next month. He
will be accompanied by those two
genial spirits, Austin Boyer and Dr. w.
Frank Laury and Hon. W. F. Blery
drove to Big Lake on Wednesday at
which place there were the guests ot
George Horn, John Zern, Lewis Horn
and Fred AeUey, of this town, who are
camping out for a week.
Frank Zimmerman has been qulto
ill during tbe past week. His many
friends hope that his indisposition Is
only temporary and that bis familiar
figure will soon be seen In Its accus
tomed place on the Welssport coaoh.
Dlmetrlus Ellas Vlshauoft from
Thessalonlca, Masedonla, who has been
attending schools in this country (or
Eight years, will give a lecture on his
native land In the Welssport Evangel!
sal Church on Friday Evening at 7U30.
The public Is cordially lavited to at
tend. No admission will be charged
A collection w.U be taken after the
lecture. This is his only suurjort
through school, as his father, who la a
nobleman, disinherited him on account
of his conversion to the protestant re.
llgion. Mr. Vishanoff, who will appear
in his nobleman's costume. .,!! also
sing In the Maoedouitn nd Bc!.rarUu
M. anrl Ma 17 T dim .
. . .... . m.mw uuwareipeQQ.
Ing a season at one of the most (amous
ouiiuuer re&oxis in tnis oountry iilitu
li Lake. They are the guests of
ut. vr lu.uutoranaxamixy or Williams.
Miss Grace Alexander, of Hash
brouck Heights, New Jersey, is so
Journlsg with reia'.ives in this neigh
borhood. flavtrcA TTnnaA,. au. .,) ,i .
"P" ' owardlng Agent" under the L.
,' .? Xria lm' Plaoe an official
visit on last Thursday. Mr. Houser has
been Fowarding Agent at Coxton for
& nnmltornf vaai, Kl. M u t .
- - - -"--, uw mi.1i, aiaa umu
reoontzed by the Comany in shape of
.a. Aiun appuiuiemeot, wnicn is csr
txlnly a good one.
nlen. Andrew J. Snyder
and W. F. Broadhead were at Stampton
on last Wedoeseay evening attending
the institution ot a new oommandry of
rha 1 T f A AT flA A.AA- a .
The trio orchestra which la com bob ed
hv iUlfiA AnnaUl r.rnT.e.ni.1 T
' At oBssseoavvt A -TO LAAQg AJj LUtLLX
McDanlei and Jno. F. Miller were en
tertained oy xx. xx. i'eters and family
at Lehlghton on night recently. Anum
ber of selections of popu'ar muslo was
louuuitHi auer wnicn refreshments
John A. Sandherr ot Summer Hill
was married on last Saturdsy at Le
hlghton to Miss Laura PotterotManch
Chunk on the way back to the grooms
residence the bride lost a handsome
gold watch which was found and ne
turned to them a day or so after
The Pioneer base ball club was the
guests of the Weatherly team on last
Duturaar aiternoon, tne game which
started at 3 JO o'clock resulted In a tie.
Neither the giants of Weatherly or
the Pioneers of Packerton can olalm
superiority one against the other, It
was hit, catch and out In eveiy Inning,
uu-i.tu aiuu ttiv -iuueers latest unci
went through the frame as if ho Ul, tn
a deep forest at mid-night without a
lantern or a moon, however he canght
everything that came within his
territory. ine most remarkable
feature of the game was the wrangling,
It out-classed anything the boys run np
against It was no summer outing for
Jim Conarty the umpire, that Is pro
bably why he filled In between Innings
of the game by singing:
TVe are bavins a halUballoo of a lime.
Daoov sad X and old XJiuTalo,
We ktca and saert without reason or sbaiae
Danny and I and old Buffalo,
II I call It a ball the oooa take, a at,
When 1 say IU a atrtke tbeo CHoay bits.
And IrequeittJy all of us Iota In a sklte,
Danny and 1 and old BeOalo
The game was stopped at the ending ot
the eighth inning on account of the
storm which was received with much
delight by both sides, the score was 17
to 17, and in conclusion the Pioneers
?ff er many thanks to their opponents
or the kindness bestowed upon them
and hope at some near future time to
return the compliment.
Mlasts Sophie and Bertha Helser
. .1 .1 . t ... ar....t. nk.HL .t.lt.j
nut. iiicuu,,ui aiaiauuta vumua, itBliwu
(rlends and relatives in the Valley OB
Saturday and Sunday.
The Sondal'a Snrloo Rnhnnl wilt
have their plenlo in Henry Hardlnger'e
ueautnui grove, (Below the school
house) ou Saturday afternoon and
evening, Aug. 20.
Mrs. Henry Long and youngest son,
left last Tuesday evening (or Pike
eounty. Missouri, visiting ker son and
The Fdbllo Schoo's of Mthonlag
district will be opened on the 9th.
Charles Remalov. tananf nf tho f!or.
bon County Improvement Company,
ox xeuignton, left and moved to his
uome, in tne valley, on Thursday.
Farmers around this place are haul
ing lime from rTalsstmrt.
Georrre Rehrle and wife, nf Trenton
N. J, are vitltlbg his parents In the
E. G. Mertz was in Lehlghton on Sat
The corn aud potato crops through
this section are spoiled en account of
the diy srel'
Tho subjoot whloh v.1' 1 be discussed
in the Sendel's Literary Soalety, will
be Resolved. "That thar la nnn lan..
ledge gained by Traveling than by
The Sendel's Literary Soalaiv
poned their meeting to Friday evening
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Gelger and daugh
ter, were tbe guests of Aaron flnmhoi t.
nerr this place, on Sunday afternoon.
The Jr. O. U. A. 11.. rAmla whinh tnnk
plaoe lu Jeff Frederick's grove, was a
total wreck" on account of tke un
Oak Grove Council. Jr. 0. U. A. M,
of this place Initiated threat now mom
bers last Mondar eventner.
Some of our (oiks took in Glen Onoko
on Tuesday afternoon.
Why does Ed Gelger, o( Beaver Run,
Wear SUCn a SmUlnn- fnro T hAranaa 1,1a
wl(e presented him with twin daughters
on Monday, That's why.
Chas. Rex was a visitor in Lehlrlitnn
Er G. Mertz was at Lathlohttn nn
Monday. Mr. Mertz la a sufferer for
many montns rrom siokness, and Is not
able to work yet
The thunder storm whlnh
tnrougb the the valley on Saturday
afternoon done some damage to the
publlo roads, by washing away the
IN A rgr LIUKe.
Short Sejulbs In and Arroaad Carin a
Coaoly Dished Vp tot Oar Koadsra.
Audenried Is to have a new Catholic
The ball given In Casslsr's R'nk,
weatherly, by the Social club on Frl
davnlffht was a rmtnil amvoaa nn.nnl
ally and. socially. The committee of
arrangements, Messers. H. Ernest
Tweedle. Frank P. Nuss. A. it T?nh
Roy C. Young, Robt E. Miller and R.
xiruce lait took especial pains to make
the affala as enjoyable and pleasant as
yosslble. There were 10 couples
present and took part lu the Grand
Marsh at 0.15, led by A. D. Roth and
Miss Lottie West. . nnat. ....
present from Easton, Hazleton, Mauch
uuunK, jeanesrlUe and Lehlghton.
Depelrro'a orchestra .irnlahH tha
music, and dancing was Indulged in
unt!'. aa.m,wbenall present left (or
tneirnomes delighted with tke even-
Our old friends, llinn nAor,i,.c,
o( Towamenslng, will celebrate his 06th
birthday on Sentember MM TTnr.
lookH well aad says he never had a slok
aay in bis life, and now sports a full
set ox aoubie teeth.
At a meetlncof ths Mnr!i nhnt
Township School Board, held nn Mnn.
ur evening, me following books were
adopted: The New Normal .nnr,. In
reading. dlsDlaclncr Iintlar'a R..J.F.
urooKS's Arithmetic, displacing But
ler's! Stowell's PhrsoloirT. HI
Blalsdell's. Tho schools will open
W. M. Bennlntrer. nf Wl
owner of the Benulnger Stock and
fairy i-arm wnere the finest Uolsteln
ttlesian cattle are bred, is in attend
once at the American lm.r,' r.n
campment at Mount Gretna Park,
veuauou, rc. ar. xiennlnger Is the
district dsnutr ortranlKA . nf n. ....
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for Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon and
ueao ouiuiues. xx takes a promi
nent part in all gatherings of this
Louis J!!ler, resldirj at Upper
juaucn ununk, was run oyer by a 0. It.
R. train at Uauto on Sundae-. Ilia Im
had to be amputated above the kee.
Dr. K. Erwln perfomred the operation.
The patient is doing well.
On August 26th thore will be a grand
Harvest Home plenlo held in the grove
of Xvevl berrass (arm on the road lead
log from Little den tn MIllnnrL Th
largest baloon ever seen will ascend
loom ine plonlo grounds and a aelf
playlng organ will be some of the fea-
ture oi ma uy. anerewxxiDe lots
fnu In store (or alLwho attend
An old soldier supposed to be Parley
Downer, (ormerlr an lnmatunfKnMlAr'A
Homo at Batb. N. Y, was klUed on the
Jersey Can. --ol railroad, near the gas
house. Mauch Chunk, nn t n r.l
morning, He came to Mauch Chunk
late on jrrinay evening on a freight
train from Scranton. He Informed the
freltrht crew that he was 7S .a. r nM
and that he had served in the Mexican
war aud was a sailor until the time
the rebellion. Ha said ho waa onrVln.
his way to the Soldiers' Home at Hamp
ton itoaas, Virginia. Tbe railroaders
nmvillAd him wlf h Inwlnm nn l..t J . .
night and after procuring breakfast he
started for Lehlghton and met death
IlitMlirl tn ittn tYimt li.nIev.. -.1 Ttr.
will la the next few week reoelreSOOO
bukets, IleUH dealers throughout
the oouuty rfftposlttrelr etv Te moner
by uaklnff their purchases from u.
All nrHAIil will Kab npfimnll. nlla l -
J. S&eger, But Veiuport.
The Monroe Colly Fair
The Monroe Uotuuy rah, will he held at
SUeustiurg, BXtHflfaBEIt's: t. t?tand "
TWtHg. IVU aad KuanUg BAcet wM ke
Bfld eaeti day. A eorpe et three Aeroaauu
" uA.o tNPen oaxagea ana tui-
looa I mntatBi win be 11.001 aaaS, div. Mr...
Bajadi aaJBMe btotwt Mil aterd atawstaaest
ON THE RAILROAD
RIBr U!(TINorA WBEK'S B0.
INQg K THE BAIL.
kert raragraphs That Will he ol Iattrert
to tkt Railroad Bora.
tSeareUr Stewart ot the Internal
Affairs Department has ordered 4,0W
copies of the revised edition of the
railroad map of Pennsylvania and ax
Beets to have them ready for distribu
tion within two weeks. The Peontyl
vaula Rail Road Byttenx it designated
lu red Hues, the Philadelphia A Read
rug system lu blue aud all other roads
In blauK. tiiuue the first proof was re
vived at the department the Lekxgh
Valley Railroad Co., has ceased to be
portion of the Reading system and an
aud bu effort is now being made by
Cob Stewart to havs the map correct
d lu such b way so that tbe Lehigh
VaLey will not appeal ks a part ot the
synem wltxi wfuch it was farawrj
ooUBBcted. t Superintendent Eeser has aotlHad
of the following appointments: jeha
xvyior, geuer I trulUe manager; W. C.
Aidersou, parobasing agent; rY. rV.
Weaver, auditor ot coal t re tile; W. C.
Scott, auditor ot freight receipts; E. M.
lacy, auditor of passeuger receipts;
U. 1', Hartshurue, asslaUuxt tiurehaiiliiBr
ugeut; John Gortlou, general manager
ox tue xen'gix valley 'JfranspertaUon
Co., 11. a. Drinker, general solleltor;
O. O. Esser, superxuUndant Wyostxag
Division Liuign Valley.
I Engine Uo, uu the Central's ttfteen
new Baldwin engines, went Up the road
but week. They are designed (or .(ast
fa-eight, aud are Intended to haul to
loaded cars from Jersey City to Maeh
Chunk. They are dirt burners, have
21x20 criinders, and carry 160 lbs. eat
steam. The 115 looks bigger and
heatier than tbe ordiaary dirt burner,
and attracted much attention by her
The central Railroad ot New
Jersey, which has been using tbe Le
high Valley station at Phillipsburg;,
N. J. for a year owing to the Itoodlnc
deal, issued orders that on and after
Monday Its tickets would be sold at
the Deleware Lackawanna aad
Western Station. Railroaders aay
that the Lehigh and the Central will
break away from each other as qalek
ly as possible.
The publication of the monthly
statements ot net earnings and dis
bursements of the Lehigh Valley
Rall.-oad Is likely to be discontinued
under the present management. The
Company, prior to the lease ot the
Reading was not In the habit ot mak
ing its monthly statements of earnings
etc., pubUe, and as it has now again as,
sumed management the same reticent
policy is likely to be pursued.
tA meeting of local railroad sasn
was bald in Hazleton Monday and ar
rangements were completed (er the
meeting to lie held next Sunday, in the
Grand Opera House. The first session
wl'l be held In the morning. It will be
a secret session. The afternoon session
will be open to the pnblic, whleh is
cordially invited to be present. Tke
The organization to be represented arc
as follhws: B. of L. E, B. of L. F, B. et
R.T..B.otR.O..and B. sf R. T. and
FltUH MIS IXOLlAltV'
Tbe plenlo on Saturday passed oK
voiy pleasantly, all seemed to hxva
enjoyed themselves. Credit Is due to
the ladles ot this plaoe for settlag such
a rich table, to whloh slldld full InaHna
also to the Lehlghton Orchestra tor
tne excellent muslo they furnished,
Dennis fiehritr is haullntr lumbar and
getting things ready (or the new school
house (or whleh he has tbe contract to
Mrs. Frank Ullbert of Selnatnwn. waa
visiting her sister Mrs. Chas. Lentz.
Ilev. A. Bartholomew preached a very
interesting Harvest Home sermon to
the Pennsville congregation on Sunday
Quito s number of people from Le
hlghton were at the plonle on SatBrday.
jonas Moyer and family, of union
III1', were visiting kls parent) en Ban
day. A birthday Darttr came off a. lha
Mountain House recently, in htnerof
miss Annie irarner.
O. F. Lentz. returned to Stroudibnrar
Stephen Lentz and sons will in the
near future locate there steam thresh
ing machine In oar neighborhood.
Themas Rehrig is building a boot
(or J. Rehrig, ot East Penn.
E. J. and John Lenta have finished
plastering the addition attached to the
Mountain Souse for Landlord Warner
News, news, news, newst It's eaough
to give a fellow the blues. Nobody
married and nobody dead, nobody
broke an arm or a head. Nobody flat
in to talk of the "crap," no onefet
boozy and started a scrap, no one got
run in (or taking a hora , nobody burled
and nobody born. Ohl (or racket,
riet, a (usslZSome tne to coma f n and
kick up a muss, something to stir up
the peaoe-ladeu air, somebody's centot
to give us a scare. Somebody thump
ed within an IncTi of his Ufa. umanna
run oft with another man's wife, some
body's baby got choked on a pin; seme
one to come in and div nn hit dnaai
anything, anything, Just so It's news.
Public School Notice.
I desire to meet dudIIs who fallarl
to take the examinations last term,
nexioaturaay,Aug,20, 1890, at nine
o'eloek A. M. lu the high school room.
c. J. Waittb, Principal.
A cream of UrUr baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening streagtk.
Latawt UxiTga Statu CioriaxuBXT
RoytU Bafetnj; Fowdir Co.,
108 Wall St,N.Y.