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Creates many a Nio Business,
Enlarges many an Old Business,
Revives many a Dull Business,
Rescues many a Lust Business,
Saves many a Failing Business,
Preserves many a Lurge Business,
Means success in All Business.
"INDEPENDENT"-!LIVE AND LET LIVE."
VOL XXI. No. 44
Lohighton, Carbon County, Ponna. September 23 1893
$1.00 a Year in Advano
-THE ADVOCATE PRINTS THE LOCAL NEWS AND IS THE LARGEST ONE DOLLAR PAPER IN CARBON COUNTY.-
h a tpeoially us.
We Jiawtiw low prirefor tll.
Gome and barn our jirimx.
Plo-Nir ami Sale Bill.
Allltimh of Manli look.
Lei us have your orders
fbr anything in this line.
fnrbon Jldt oath
DRimH AL CEB AP CASH STORE
For some reason or other the
Table Linens wore omitted, not
because we haven't them, no
have more of them lor less
money then any other house,
its au every day article and can
nnt ho iliannnsed with, likewise
vi. ivi 11 finrl n lame variety of
Linen crashes, much below the
ruling prices. Butcher.-' and
Irish .incus for Shirt Ironts
and Fancy Work, for Uuality
and Prico not equaled by none.
Napkins in great variety of
... ' i l. nnil , , ' 1 1 1 1
Styles anu sizes mm .
out borders at extremely low
Linen Stair Crashes are scl
found in other houses, but
we have a nice assortment of
them at can't touch prices.
Linen outlining cotton in
rollers, Just, the thing for
J. T. NUSBAUM,
Flist Street, between South and limn Streets,
Riotous Virginians Tired Upon by
a Military Oompany.
NINE KILLED, NINETEEN WOUNDED.
I uOUAt. MATTISIIS OP MOIIH Oil LKSS
III Mayor Was Shot llefore (living Iho
Order la Fire The TrUoner, ft Negro,
Had Assaulted and Ilobbed ft White
Woman One of the Injured Will Die.
Hint lias Ortnred in this City Murine (lie
Week l'erttnentlr Ktllinnlied hy Our
Il'o regret the Illness this week of
oar mtecmetl fellow townsman, James
r. Smith, of Seooud street. Ills nmtty
friends hope for his quick and per
An obstruction in n water main on
First utreet tho oilier day proved to be
HALF-CENT A W0HD.
Advertisements under tills head at n half cent
.Ju'rt extortion" This Is tli"""'"!
bent advertising medium out, If ) ou have J
thins to ell or rent try this cheap advertising.
Advertisements roust he paid In advance.
tn)U SAl.B-A dark bay Stallion, sixteen and
a1 a hall hands high, twelve cnrs old, perfect
ly sate and sound in every particular, will be
sold cheap lor ouih. Apply to Ueorse V. ,luclt,
Kast Weissrwrt. "?
JN A FEW LINKS.
Short Squibs In nd Arronnd Carbon
County Dialled Up for Our Headers.
Mrs. Margaret Cannon, of Summit
Hill. Is dead. Deceased was the
the mother of Ai'ary and Francis Can-lion.
John Jones, of Jeansvllle, was stab
bed by Italians Saturday and may die
from the effects of the wounds.
Cormao Qulnn, of Jeanesvillo Friday
lumped from a moving " looie" on
which he was riding, striking the
ground heapflrst and severely bruising
The Poor Directors of the Middle
Coal Field Poor District have offered a
reward pf 50 to any person for the re
covery of Fannie Slddons, the Insane
patient who esoaped from Laurytown
on the evening of September Ctb, The
directors as well as the steward are
still Interested In her recovery, and
are making every possible effort to do
John, aged 31 Tears, son of Jacob
Buss, of Nesquehonlng, died on Mon
day last follqwlng ft week's Illness.
Deceased was a pleasant and ngreeable
fellow and will be much missed by his
Patrick Garra, of Quaknke, "whose
hotel was destroyed by Are several
weeks ago, has decided to rebuild the
the same. Plans and specifications are
now being prepared.
Larry Tarloton, of Wentherly, who
was doing a saloon business in II rook.
lyn, N. Y., for a year past, has disposed
of bis business and will come back to
old friends In Carbon comity.
A grand shooting tournament will
tnke place at the Hotel Wahnetab, Glen
Ouoko, on Wednesday and Thursday,
September 27 and 23. Extensive prop
arattons are being made for tho event.
and large crowds of people are expect
ed to attend. Marksmen from all parts
of Lehigh Valley will take part.
Miss Conahan, teacher of the Auden
rled schools, In Hanks township, ou
Friday resigned her position.
Harvey Barton, the managor and
snperliitepdent of the Maueli Chunk,
electric railway, and John Potueroy,
motorola!), were placed under arrest
Friday for causing tho disaster on the
electriu railway onTuosday evening In
which two persons were seriously in
jured. Each of the parties was requlr
ed to give ball In the sum of 11,000.
The Audcrsou Gray's, u military
organization, held their second an
nual reunion at, oiaucn uuudk on last,
Saturday. Those present were: Maj.
Robert Klotz.Capt, E. H. Raucli, James
Wnfner, John Brighton, Mauch Chunk;
PqI. .lolm Craig, Lehigh Gap: Charles
II. Peltz, Hiram Purcell, Tilghtnan
Bauerwlne, White Hlaveni George
Williams. Wllkes-Ilarre: Aaron Henry.
Franklin, and Thomas Couuerty,
BoANOKn, Vs., Sept 31. Robert Smith.
A negro, yesterday assaulted and nearly
Willed Mrs. Ilenrv Ulshon. wife of A well-
tojo farmer of Botetourt county. Mrs. an eel measuring fifteen Inches In
Bishop was at the market with a load of longt h
proaiioe, ana Bmlin OOllglll n UOX Ol l.nr MnarltnlT tlirnutltnnd the
grapes. He asked her to go with him to L, 'en Moarlioit threatened tlie
get the money, ana taking her to a nouse ' "i ins wuw. nuvimuuimiiiiwiint,
near by looked the door and bound her. Tho oae was settled. MenrhofT Is to
Then drawing a rasor be d"' pay her 8in per month, keep sober and
money. She gave It up, and while doing , , ,
so jerked the razor from his hand. The leave her alone.
negro choked her, threw uer uown auu ine unrtion uoumy ruir win ue
pounded her head with a brick leaving heldon tho Uth, 12th and 13th of Octo.
ward.r.Uc '. - ' r' 10 f;8
log to the market told of the outrage. event a pleasant and successful one.
Detective Baldwin soon arrested the Our peoplo should give the officers of
negro. An excited crowd attempted to , society a hearty cooperation
take Smith away from the officer anq , t .i j .
lynch blm, but B;idwln.wlth the prisoner Urn the I-Vlr. Remember the dates,
on a horse, dashed at full (peed in the The Improvements making to
face of the crowd and soon had him be- Komcrcr.t Swnrtr.'s storo for several
ti.frrtat rekpa.staro about completed. The
were finally persuaded by the mayor to large show windows make a beautiful
disperse. appearanco while tho greatly enlarged
Soon afterward, however, a crowd gath- room ndds much to convenience ami
ered around the jail and kept Increasing ..,, 4l.rt JIi. r .,,,
as night approached. At 5 o'clock the facllllato the lUplay of goods.
Roanoke light Infantry marohed to the The following persons have entered
lall by orders of Mayor Trout. Guards for the blcvnles rnces to come off on
rrere posted and the streets in the imme- th rilir Orounds some timo next
dlate vicinity cleared. About dark the
crowd was lnoreased by a hundred men mouth Al. Greenawald, Al. Hngornian,
from the vicinity of the Woman's home, D. S. Hock, Kd. Zern, Jr., of town,
headed by Mrs. Bishop's son, a fireman on w, it, Strntissbcrgor.Wclssport; Frank
the Norfolk and Western railroad, KWrnaii AshfiVld' .1 K Ppti-r nmi
Atso'olook portions of the mob bat- ore"Iau' Ab. . ',' J l leItr "u"
tered at a side door of the Jail, where the earn onyuer, oi aiauoning.
mllltlaand Mayor Trout had retired. Then George Turner, who was nrrosted
shooting was commenced by the i mob, and weeks 0 0) tuo chargo of bigamy
the mayor was shot In the foot. The .f,,, .Vii i
militia were then ordered to return the and taaen to Rending for trial, has been
fire, and a volley from about twenty-flra honorably acquitted and is back in
rifles was poured into the mob. Nine town. Tho Reading Morning Herald,
men were KUieu auu uiueicvu nuuuucu, . . ,nr. ftonrtm Timpr una
one of them fatally. During the excite- lctl' '"" Til uUeorgo , !er
meat caused by the volley the negro was acquitted of the charge of adultry and
taken from the Jail by an oflloer and bigamy, no evidence being offered to
secretin. i ne oeaa ana wounnea were re- pr0Te tue charge,
nearby nhyslclans. The mllltla were then .- you raut a sui t of clothes go to
dbmersed. and left the scene as ouletly as M- L50S & Co- Oberfs' Hlook,
DosslbU. , Hlg reduction In baby coaches at
ine rouowing is a list o: mo ueau uuu i o . u. uuuei ,
lntllreai 1 TM,n ranliao Kt ta,lnlnrfnrfrnh
Killed 8. A. Vlck. hotel proprietor! I t .t-nrl linalnnaa nf. li Kllt7.town
iinam sneetz, rauroaa nreman; ananas fair tbls week,
W. Whltmlre, railroad conductor; J. B. . . ,
Tyler, of Blue Ridge; George White, shot -"""l".0?. ,3ow.ear J ff,A "
through the leg and bled to death; W, sprnluod right ankle caused by step
Jones, railroad engineer: John Mills, dls- PliB on a round stono.
tiller, Black Creek; George Settles, of Vln- The prob b llty Is that It; wen' brj
ton; Kmmett J. Small, of West Roanoke, very long boforo a now school bdildlng
'4 he injured are: uttoraus.snot inrougq 0r an addition to tno present structure
the body, and will dlei Will Eddie, shot will have to bo erected. Tbo schools
throuKh Kroln: Georce O. Monroe, shot In I are much over crowded at present.
bead; Frank Mills, shot In arm; Tom Neb jo)m A. peter9 nn,i wife of DOrth
son. leg off; Leroy White, shot In back; 17, c,t ,0ii cm,ico i,i
J.B McGhee, shot In leg; Shepard, (la, ht , t week b presenting
shot u leg; E. J. Sma 1, shot In abdomen; ,h iaudsome piano recently pur-
uparies t-oweu, snoi tnrougn jne oooy. cha6ed f rom Mr pm ps
CamDbell. Edaar Wahlinn. C. W. FiKBatti -The bricklayers are at work on the
C. P. North. O. B.Tavlor. Hall. David new boso bouse,
Ruggles, N, E. Sparks and T. K. Nelms. Great variety of rubber hose for
Mayor Trout Is firm In the position he sale at lowest nrlces at Gabel's.
has assumed, and declares that he will up- Fine teams for all purposes at the
"'" '" Knntli End Llvcrv.
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it Is indicated by Latest Dispatches from tCo cream f recners at Gnbel's First
Illo Janeiro. I atrect,
-Pure Paris Green nt lowest price
I at liabel a,
Farmers arn busy sewing their grain.
Harrison Werner and lady friend,
were at UIg Creek, rjunday.
Mrs. Anna Socket, of Wilko.burre, is
TiKltiug Irlenm at tm place.
Ghas. Mller Is on the sick list.
Win. Rouemous Is the happy dad of a
bright little girl.
Miss Emma Trainer, spent Sunday
wiiu juiss Amelia Jvemg.
DR. W. Is LEV AN,
of Millport, will be at the Fort Allen
Hotel every Thursday afternoon be.
tween 1 and 4 o'clock, Specialty In
Dropsy, Diseases of woman anu una
ren anu Dyspepsia.
Losdos. Sept. St. A dispatch received ni,orlof Wr.lss nnd John Enchns.
by a .mercantile Arm In this city states tw0 LeUlKUton boys, who decamped
sunt Ailininil .tjciiu, vuuiuibiiuiuk iui cm. vd.Ib nmv t i i onnirnrrramiH
rebel Brailllan fleet, has sent an ultl- ar0 bBCk i10m0 B(,Bn ani Hr0 telling of
matum to the authorities In Hlo Janeiro tue WOI11crs 0f the World's Fair at
Declaring inai, uuicss u viiy surreuuers , Qfigo,
Th. dispatch adds that the receipt of "r.uls Il"u hasa argo line of bats and
the ultimatum has caused a psnlo In the I noos anu ciomiug 01 u kiiuo,. rnces
eity. Nobody doubts that Admiral Mello oreaiwaj-s ei, iu,.
will carry out his threat If the eltv Is not Harvest Home services were oh
delivered Into his hands. Merchants and served in ZIou'h Reformed church on
others are hastily gathering together their I last Sunday evening. Rev. J. Alvlti
valuables, and making preparations for Reber otllciated and cntcrtntned his
flight Into the Interior 01 the country. I largo cougrgatlon wltn au eloquent and
The insurgent warships at bantos have appropriate discourse,
landed a strong lorce or marines, severe .i.vi.im..i.in ntnibi,,
fighting in the neighborhood or the city LoJy at M) Looa ,t Co., Oberts Rlock,
I Jl, , UUtD MIUU (I11U 111
stole from the Hint. latest styles lints anu caps.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 18. Henry 8. .TnU. make it n nnlnt In sen n.ivld
uoenran, wemuciera iu m i uuuipi ,m Kbbert wlieu you want a team for oust
mini, uas mu iu.i uo A ,,, nets or pleasure, lowest prices.
from the vaults. He stated that for the
lftt tirht fir ten years ha had been ex
tracting bullion bars from the vault. Dur- Moses Rehrlg Is niiuus one of tho
Ing that time he haa taken tsi.uou worm 1 morougoureu puguogs inai 110 nau on
Within the last ten days he bad taken exhibition at the fair Inst week'
1100,000 worth. Of the amount stolen all Friday Bight before the exhibition
but IS3,ooo has Men reooverea. vocnrap, closed souie miscreant stole into tue
who has been employed at the mint for giouudsaiid carried olf one of the dogs,
forty-three years, was arretted. La.t Thursday Simon Everett and
" George Haines were out driving. On
t n J o, " , " their way iiotno tnonorse necame up.
naiu, yj. pi l . , mnnagatiie anu ran nway, uotli wei
son. who settled on a claim tlx miles west ,i,.n nt ltul-a u,.clolu,l
of this place, left his wife and twe chl-1 i,.,,i. , l,, Ann mill tarsirAil finnl Iti
dren and came here to file his claim at the ,he , lg)lt ,eft J,;Terf tt aDAed on hu
land office. V hlle absent a prairie Are ue(ul 1Ie ua(j n ,iown cuts anJ olie
overtook niswiie anucuimrenanu uurneu lipautlfully colored optic.
-At the next meeting of Lehlcl.
hundred dollars, which he had left In his Co, No. 1. A committee will be
wagon, wa. also bujntd, appointeu to mnao arrangements lor
' ' I II. n .lAillrattlnil nf thn new linen linncA
Fatal w reek ou th. L.i.ikh .ud iindtoq. sometime during the early spring,
BELVIDKBK.N. J.,Sept. 81. -The Boston 1 P'ov?"'! "u,l,
,nnh.ihiul. .n5 Hnd.on railroad H 111 be one of the gre.itet eveut In
dished Into a freight train at Lake Oruv the .town's history and ninny thous
1.... A..j. 11... land neople will be here. We hone
Mvi. "iv .... 1,. ,v. -. i. i ...
rick, of Warwick, N. y, conductor ot the V i"""J
frelaht. wos killed, and the ulne and a oouraged in this celebration.
large number of oars were wrecked I Peter Moyer, of Allentown, who
Ibau entered a numtier o( at liorses
for the several races at the fair last
week was much dlsnpointed on uo-
n, ex-secretary of the beard ol Are com. count of the very bad weather which
tt forgery' and grand larceny, was sen I however, much pleased wlth'the fair
t.uced to eight years and Ave months' I in u Ulcers who, without solloltatlii gener-
pnsonmeni in Auuurn siai. prisou. lously oontriUUKal atairsnara toward
I the expense be n ul sanaiin d iu having
Valkyil. H.t T.s SI.Med. hUl.l.lan,
SoanAKIIsK, S. I, Sept Hl.-The Va)- iIarrT p clause a former reaident
kyrt. was not slghte.1 up to 10a m There f . ' lt TaVrled Tail wmU t o
were no signs ot her offthe lightship, al ?"n "'"fi1:. ?f ??H ,
A Snap Rhot Camera Catches Those Who
Coin. nnd Clo Among Their Friends In
. . Miss Martha Miller, of Tripoli, ia
visiting Edwin Old nnd family on
. . Dr. Wickert, of Reading, spent last
Sunday In town with Mtss Ella Hcber
llng, on Second street.
. . Miss Ella Heberling returned to
Philadelphia, en Wednesday after a
pleasant visit of several mouths.
..George II'. Bsser, John J. O'llrlen,
(leorge .Vorthlmor and J. B. Dreslln,
r ipresentedtbo couutyDomccra 'ynt the
Stale convention In session In the
Operu 1 louse Harrisburg ou Tuesday
. . Miss Mary the estimable daugh
ter ot Dr. E. 11. Klstler, of Lansford,
nnd Miss Sadio Dauber, of Steiiisville.
wero visiting Misses Carrio and Sadie
Peters, of the north end.
Genial James II. Hand worn, Regis
ter and Recorder of Carbon county,
was here on Monday.
. . Miss Clara C. Hock, an estimable
young lady of Allentown, spent last
eek pleasantly with Rev. W.I I. Strauss
ud family on Mahoning street.
. ,C. N. Kutiti!, of Now York, spent, a
fow days in town this week with rela
..Mrs. Enimallne Lynn nnd two
daughters, of Summit Hill, were visitors
tho Owen Rehrlg rosldenco ou
Second street last week.
. Assistant postmoster Ohl and Hnrry
Gcggus nre home from Chicago.
.Notary Pitblio Howard Seaboldt,
returned Saturday from a very pleas-
nut visit of two weeks at the World's
Chas. II. Weiss and wife, of Willes-
barre, were guests of many friends
hero during last week.
. . Hurry Lynu and wife, of Hetble-
betn, were guests of R. L. Sweeny and
fntnlly over Sunday.
Engineer Harry Blank, of Third
street, was a delegate to the convention
of Locomotive Engineers at Harris
burg last Sunday. He represented the
local brotherhoocTlodgo In this town.
MissLuura Troxler,of Allentown,
pent Sunday with the "folks at home'
on Mahoning street.
Tbo genial M. Losos, the popular
clothier, spent Wednesday In Potts-
..Mrs. John Pratt and Mrs. Irvln,
visited Bethlehem friends on Thursday,
. .Dr. J. C. Kreamer, of Millport, the
Democratic candidate for county
treasurer wa,8 In town on Wednesday,
closing digits with many friends. The
outlook for the do 'tor's election is
..Miss Sidney Miller, of Allentown
spent a few days last week very pleos-
autly with Mrs. Chas. Miller ou Iron
.John Weller, Altcutowu's popular
liquor dealer, was In town, long enough
ou last Friday to get "mad" at the
weather and to wager a case ot cham
pagn that the weather bureau would
favor Allentown with "merry sunshine"
for their annual fair.
..W. J. Heberling and Joseph N
lleuuet, of Lehigh, Council 101, Jr. O.
IT. A, M., of this city, are at the session
of the State Council, at Johnstown, tbls
week the former as a representative
aud the latter as an interested and
lively spectator. Before returning Mr.
Heberling will see the World's Fair.
WALP'S EAGLE STORE,
t3T In2fewwords we desire to oall
HT to youmotloe asvery Important
C&. fact. It Is this. We have as
tST large and fine a Hue of general
IS store goods as you will find any,
ff where. Come and see us, let us
show yop our goods and tel I you
what our prices are. We deliver "TH
good anywhere promptly aud
without extra oharge wbal.ver jj
tQ the purabAser. Dnt pay big Jti
prloes btt eatoe aud soe us JtA
First street, Op, Round Houiee.
SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS.
Soeletv Hd-lllte of Interest to Hie Mem
bars of the Fraternity.
Secret societies In need of parapha-
natla, flag-, banners, uniforms, etc.,
hould consult II. V. Morthlmor, Jr.,
who represents one of tho largest firms
importers, manufacturers and
dealers In this country before purchas
Monroo Castle, No. 127, K. G. E.. of
Kresgevllle, will hold their first annual
pio 11I0 this Saturday afternoon and
evening, and it promises to bo one of
the most eujoyable events of the sea
son. Maj. Klotz Commaudery, No. 23,
of town, will leave at one o'clock, sharp,
to attend, and all members are request
ed to report In full uniform.
Gnaden Hue! ten Castle, 310, IC G.
, Of town, at their ,f damIimi nnti.
ferred tho Crusaders .Igreo on one sir
knight, admitted a new member and
received three applications.
LizAiU) jki:i:k vallkv,
lt,n,,t, aiina.1 hue blawlnir Mvm uuw narimau, au Buuooipiiaueu
though a good orewe was wowing. vouuir bulv of Allentown. Th Mir.
P..11. 01 . icu.tn.at cin.di.n. P1""1 ? Performed at Philadelphia
,,',,, a.-, a8ir Ai.iander T uriuenev. ur. ais. Many inenus
MoirrHEAL, S.pt Sft-ir Al.i.nder T. u' re8Uout8 tMiaer the warmest oon-
ioU pbui aSX. dW?Urd.y , .rMgul.Uons The genial Harry i. at
"en.J.blll.y..gWlW. Kdelpbbul '
zimmeriH.u's Faat Mil.. I At a late uieeting of the Germania
Whiflim,, w Va Sent HI At the I Sangerbnud these new olUoers were
title ll ', m 1 h, re , n iilay Znnnier eleotwl: President, Tobias Uuss; vice
ruii".., 1 1 ., M,,,e in u'.i- I president, Jobu Exuer: seoretarr.
rlorUn Sella; aaslktant teoreUry.Qtto
. b . . ... II Itmn., , IU T 1
nin,r,i n u, jiiiue i milium, , unuHin, ,iMi,a iMMMJIfltfr,
MmoiiBTTa.Ml, ,, . ,, jii .Thadauat- truateen, John UoUlbaoh. Jaoob Glnter:
aa have oupturul all hu waee directly mueioal director, A. A. Clauas; uaslet-
or iudliwstly implloaied mi iu eiprMa oar ant, Wm. buudhrr; oolleotor, Joaeph
robbery oq tU Miueral Kul. railroad last elbiukie,
weak, but have not (uuud lite plunder Pe,rar KunaL the uanlul ulllnr nr
The robbers bav ither cl.v.riyooaeealed the Weatberly Herald makes dimwit
the booty, or, a. they aver and the detect llai,ie to indictment by tmblishitig this
Ives are now diapaaal to believe, ether, uaruraph: "At the Lehighton fair
have succeeded la filching the money f rom msw6c1, bottle of oaUup was ar-
the i robber. ib.Bia.lya Ot th. IW.000 rested for working ou 8undy, a r of
Stolen from th. Irala it Is now welly well ili .l,t l.,,,! ,.f,l..n. ' .
known that oidy 11,'jQO has heao rnwewed. very ,nr ow lt Btu B fif of bread
" ' 7. TT ... that got no premium at all was very
nil -To:r,; ..V., . iSr ; " " orowaa mat aiieu.i-
y-M,,Vt WWOHMH, - I "
Ista SOUH )M(ruay .u.ueiifiuifi iu. tututl
itraUou of all alt.ua (rom whatever eouo
try late th. Ualtad riai (or Ave yaara
aftaf the nia.su. ot the .t Th. bill
taakea a provisiun protMtina; thoa. aliMia
bow la the Uuited HtattM tthit .hall d.
clare their parpow to tMiiuiue ciusetia.
Subsprlbo for the Advocate only $1,
John Ruch, of Slatedale, was visiting
in this section Sunday,
A. F. Stelgerwalt atfd family, have the
congratulations of their many friends
and relatives and are happy over the
arrival of a bouncing baby boy.
Aaron and John Bowman were the
guests of Chas. Ruch this week,
J. D. Ualliet made a business trip to
Allentown on Monday,
Henry llartramtan employeoon the
Nlmsou farm, while cutting wood ou
Saturday received a seyerc cut lu the
Miss Aguftsa Qerber, of Tamaquat
spent a few days this week with W. S'
Helntslemsn and family,
I lie lodwarek season is a good oue
this year lots of it will bo oooked 1
Chas, Glnder and family, were gueata
01 Jacob Irjfk, near Walksville.
barah Rlttenbanner purchased
valuable piece of property at Uowmans
town, from Lovena Unwman. Con.
slderatlon J 1200,
O. U. HeluUlemau, a student in the
American Dullness College of Allen
town, spent a, few months vaoation at
home. Mr, lleiutsleuiau left lust week
for Allen town.
The board of directors of the East
Teun School District ratifled the ap
poiutment of Miss Rosa Zelgler, of
North Penn to fill the vacancy caused
by the resignation of Miss Warlow.
E. 8. Heintalemau a representative to
the State Council of the Jr.Q. V. A. M.,
left on Monday for Johnstown to at
tend the session of that body daring
A. F. Stelgerwalt offers his valuable
farm for sale.
A certain man wearing long ourly
hair pretend ing to be au Indian doctor
who proton, looure everything, drove
through the Valley on tjatunUir. He
called on Alfred Glnder, who has been
Milferuig with rlltHiiuatistq for the last
nfteeu years, he ottered to cure him for
seven dollars. Sir. Olndar who una
caught by the game before, after u long
conversation instead ot 7 offered to
pay him t-50, Immediately after a oure
was effected. The doctor refused the
WEISSPORT AND AROUND.
ICV IIAITIIMNI1S llltlEFI.Y KriTII.
The K. II. & Loan Association Puta .tint
1 800 shares of New Stock.
Tho Enterprise Uuilding and Loan
Association, No. 2, of Lehighton, at its
last meeting onTuosday evening by a
unanimous vote of the board of direc
tors, decided to issue a new series of
stock of 1200 Bharcs. The great de
mand for money from the Association
ou account of the large building opera.
iiuus in ine town anu tne surround
ings made it necessary to put out new
stock In onler to accommodate the
puono. uuring tuo last year more
buildings have been erected in Lehigh
ton oud viclnitv than iu anv ntliAr rmrr
of tho couuty, and tho prospects for
me ruiure see sun oetter. The old
established Enterprise Uuilding and
Loan Association therefore alfords tbo
very best opportunity for Investors as
well as for parties desiring to build.
There Is no better way to secure a home
than through the Enterprise Uuilding
and Loan Association, as hundreds iu
this vicinity, who liavo secured homes
iu mat way can attest.
All parties desiring shares should
pply at once to some one of the fnl.
lowing oillcers and directors, who arc
the only parties authorized to receive
subscriptions for for stock; Phillip
Miner, resident; w. I'. Long, vice
,j.Ea.uvub, a, , ouvuer, aeureiary anu
uuuruey; v. u. aiomz, treasurer; A. w,
Raudonbush, Richard E. Koons, D. II
Stroup, J, F. . iloulthrop, Wenzel A.
Sohiuki, John Peters, and Charles
omtiu uireotors rrom Weissport, aud
iv. u, uong, utrector irom l'ackertou.
Over lire hundred Bbares were rhIi
scribed by Wednesdav evenlnir. so that
all who desire shares should subscribe
at once, as only 1200 shares will be is
sued, bbarcscan bo subscribed for
by mail by addresilug tho secretary,
T. A. Snyder, Lehlghton.Pa. The secre
tary will also be In his ottloe to receive
subscriptions for stock at any time
during tho next ten days. Thirty day's
notice ot the time when the first pay
ment is to be made will be given nil
suoscrioers tor siock.
The Game lw.
Tho following Is tl,e open season for
birds, Qsh and, other game, as publish
ed in SmnlCs Hand Book: for turkeys,
from October 15 to January 1 ; ducks
and water fowl, September 1 to May 1;
plover, July 4 to January 1; quail,
November 1 to December 15; woodoook.
July i to January 1: rallied grouse or
pheasants, October 1 to January 1;
rail or reod birds, September 1 to
Deoember 1 For animals Elk and
deer, October 1 to December 15;
squirrel, September 1 to January lj
bares and rabbits, November 1 to
January 1. For fish speoklod. trout,
uiacic uass, rook bass and wall-eyed
pike, known as Susquehanna salmon
May 21 to January 1; pike and mack
erel, June 1 to February 1; German
carp, September 1 to June 20.
The Grand Ariuyat Alleulowit.
Grand Armr Day will be celebrated at
Alleutown on October 5tb. Ex-Presl
dent Harrison, Department Com
inanderThos. Sample and Staff, and
the ex-Department Commanders, have
signllled their intention to be present,
and it Is tnteuded to make It the most
important G. A. 11. demonstration ever
held in the eastern district of Peunsyl
vania. John D, Uartolette Post, ot
town, win attend.
Q a Few Days
we will show you a site you never saw
In your life before, consisting of our
grand opening of the finest line of
Ready-Made men's aud boys' suits and
overcoats, a tine line ot tailoring goods
to make suits and overcoats to order.
In fact everything belonging to a ilrst-
class establishment and the most sur
prising will be our Low Prices for flrst-
olass goods at the Oue Price Star Cloth
ng Hall, Mauch Chunk.
T.utonla Verelu ,
The following oUleem were duly
elected at a regular meeting held iu
Reber s Hall, Monday evening last:
Pres't, Valentine SehwarU,
Vice Pres.t.-Wen41 Sehlnkl,
Secretary Edward Sohmldt.
Aae't. See. Florlan Salle.
Trustees Tobias Hue and, Julius
Amount paid for benefits durlug the
past six mouthd
Au uuknown individual driving
oue of Hnraeuuui Bover's fast horses
aloug Alum atreet last Saturday even
Ing lot control of the animal aud in
making the turn at the corner of 4th
atreet he vas dumped to the ground
The Lehigh Conntv Airrlniiltitm
Soolatv will hold its annual eihlbilinn
at Allentown, Pa., on September 26th,
37th, &tb. and 2Mb, 1803. Forty two
yeara of unparalletl auooawliave made
the Alleutowu Fair a familiar name
throughout this saotlmi of the mlinrrv.
rroHreaaiveueaa nas always onaraoter
iaed Its manaseaueiit. The oomiiur a.
hibltion will be conducted on the same
broad and liberal, and promises to be
011 a graiiuer aeaie than any held here
tofore Addltoual buildings were erect
ed during the year, and the Ground
otherwise improved and beautified. It
is now one of the finest and heat adapt,
ed for agrioulture fairs in the state
We the undersigned, challenge any
two men iu Carbon couuty to shoot
match for one hundred dollars aside
the challenge can be excepted through
any county paper or by wfttlng us.
JOHN L. REIIItia
Forty-two Thousand Miu.ts .a sulk. I animal ttiuiiiiuod on at a mail speed
1'iWl, awl IB The ntiurr. .trite In '" .iium .... . . .
tb dautOHot at Pa. d. Calais ha. begun there It collided lt it a tree and wax " tnuow ana door aTeen at J. L.
ta .tread alraadr 10 aaiaral utlt.r dniriu. tipi)wl. The os iter of the horse ia from 1 '"bel'a
YmUhUv aruruooa W,uo0 ulnar, ui ia. Orwigaburg. rtie auiaial waa Ujurad k'ull Una of Ingrain and Brussels
Berth of rraae. had (juH wwk. I at one of iu bind tags. carpets at llaury ttohwartx'.
1h. Ulllno lllkle luttltal..
Five churchea in Slatlngton have
united iu forming a Bible Institute
there, and other naktors no were out
of town will join latar. Oue minister
came up from Allentown to see the
worKiug oi ine lusniutesuu expresaed
blmaair as delighted with it and boned
It would extend to Alleutowu. The
date for the next meeting in Lehighton
is Monday, uotouer 2nd. at 7:30 p. m.,
In the M. E. ohuroh, subject. The Uook
ot Rcmaua. Four watoH will eive
addreasea: all are cordially invited to
1 . 1 ... 1 1 .. 1 , , .
ItNMJ tus UUI, uuu& 111 iHtuiaus 111
preparation for the meetiug.
'Ibe Utile Tycoon Oemlo Oiiera Co,
will be an attraction at Coneert Hall
Mauch Chunk, on next Wadnaatlay
evening. It Is a Ant class attraction
and well worth seeing.
The share, of tbe New Buildluir J
Loau A o tt, n of which was made in
these column but weak are balnir
rapidly laaen ine new plan or paying
ine iuii par value 01 ine snares to
borrowers commends It te evarr body
Subaoriptlona are taken at the otlloes
01 ine u 1 . ot it. 10 , uut and H. li.
tillnam aud Jos. Hennett, l'aokerton.
For, Sale. 2 lots, centerallv lo.
caUnl tin Second street for sale cheap
for cash this week. Apply at the Btore
of t 11 Rhonda, N Flrt atreet.
A ood none for sale apply at this
The Ilolnci olthe Week Interlraded With
Hon. W, V. Rlery and Dr. W. L.
Kutz, returned last Thursday from a
two week's visit to tho World's Fair
John Bsrong, of Franklin, aXehigh
Valley engineer, fell from bis engine
one day recently and sustained n dis
Levi Horn's friends are jubilant
over his nomiuation for couuty treas
ur. Levi promises to make to make
tbe campaign against his pojiular
Democratlo opponent, a very lively
S."W. Mlnnlch, of Laudlsvllle, Pa.,
returned home last Friday after two
eeks spent here in tbe management
Uloiy's drug store during the ab-
sence of tho proprietor.
Tho public schools of the Franklin
district opened on Monday.
Andrew Weiss and wife of Union
Hill, spent Sunday last pleasantly with
Maueli Chunk friends.
Richard Wooderlng and wife wore
guests of friends at Uowmanstown on
J, K. Leutz and wife left on Wed-
esday for Chicago where they will
pend several weeks in sight seeing.
Al. Miller;W.W.Plummer andPeter
ouug talk ot arranging for a grand
ball lu Laury's Hall, on Thanksgiving
Miss Nora Rhoads, of Reading, a
Mennonitc, now nt Lehighton, will
preach iu school hall, Sunday evening,
to the Evangelical congregation.
Job Printing at the t ery lowest rates
at tho Advocate Job Rooms.
R. J. Hongen and wife and Mrs,
Bert Arner, attended the final obso.
qules of Mrs. Joseph Young, of Mill
port, who was burled at Allentown on
Tuesday. Deceased was the mother of
Mrs. Thomas Bowman and was aged 80
years. She was a lady of excellent
Christian character and had many
friends who will sincerely mourn her
Some slick Individual succeeded In
gaining an entrance Into the bed room
of Mrs. L. Ylengst, proprietoress of the
St. Elmo on White street between seven
and eight o'clock lost Tuesday night
and stole two beautiful diamond rings
valued at $110 each, one ring at ?03 and
another at 833; a handsome gold watch
worth $75 and a solid gold chain that
cost 825, and between 880 and 890 in
cash. Mrs. Ylengst's diamonds were
the admiration of all who bad seen
them largo, clear and sparkling and
of course were highly prized by this
this lady who is now mourning her loss.
Tho thief will likely be apprehended.
Snyder sells goods without mlsrep-
resentatlon. Laubach's flour $1.80;
Laury's flour 8103 per bag. These
brands are genuine and we guarantee
to give you just exactly what you buy.
ll'hat is why we sell more flour than
any other dealer In this town. A deal
er who misrepresents Is not worthy of
your trade. Wo tell the truth and sell
lower than any others can afford to.
Tho Phonograph entertainment
held in tbe Evangelical church on Frl
day evening of last week, was well at
tended. Everyone present voted It one
of the most entertaining, Interesting
and Instructive exhibitions they ever
attended. The Phone was ut-derthe
management of Prof. Martin Miller
who has associated with him Mr. E. E,
Boyer as an advance representative,
They purpose giving exhibitions lu the
towns throughout the state.
A certain Frauklla township man
Is telling his friends how a cow that he
owned ate something which caused Its
stomach to swell to such proportloni
that It burst the animal asunder. Dei
Pete, secht dos dar womber Is uf a side
de fence shpronga uu dor dingerich ut
A pleasant surprise party was
tended Mrs. James Beaver on Wednes
day evening. Over 50 persons were
The schools lu the Franklin Inde.
pendent District opened tor a seyen
meuths term on Monday. The teach
ers are: Principal, E. S. Lee, Cherry.
ville; grammar. Miss Mamie Oswald,
llornellsvllle; Intermediate, Miss Mary
Whitehead; primary, Blanche Snyder,
Allentown. Union Hill Building
Principal, Quint Arner; primary, Miss
The sudden and unexpected death
ot Miss Edna, tbe eighteen-year-old
daughter of Lewis Graver, of East
Weissport, on Tuesday night, has oast
a gloom over that household and filled
the hearta of her boats ot friends with
tlie deepest regret For three yeats
past deceased was lu tbe employ of
Mrs. M. Culton, the milliner, at her
branoh store iu Lehighton, aud by her
courteous treatment aud pleasant dis
position made hosts of warm friends.
The allllcted family have tbe sympathy
of all our people In their sore bereave
ment. Funeral will take place on Fri
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Services
will be held in tbe Evangelical church
aud Rev. C. E. Crelts, the Reformed
pastor will ofllelate
The fair, festival and danoe in
Laury's Hall ou Thursday. Friday aud
Saturday eveniugs ot last week under
the auspices of Rollln Wilbur Lodge,
HI, B. ot L. P., was a grand social and
unanoiai success, rue oommiiie were
L. O J. Straus. Al. Miller. Will Plum
mer, Peter Young and Beu Peter, and
thev deserve to be oomnlimeuted ou the
able manner in which they catered to
the enjoyment of tbe people. Alter
paying all expenses It is thought that
the Firemen will come out winner to
the tune of 83K. Tbe "boys" tender
heartiest thanks to all who in any man
tier contributed to tbe aucceas of the
Horace Ileyilt Their Choice lor l'resl-
deat Judge, John 8eabotdt4cores a Ic
tory In the Election or State Deleg-atee
The State Goes Thronxh Without a
Slnxle llltch-l)r. IV. IV. ll.ber's
Maiden Kflfort a Success Jlinmy llantl
w.rk Knocked Uut After a llanll'lclit
Cnssldy. Hand In the Judjre Basin. us
I-.vl Horn Capture, the Treasury
Nomination Rlaley Score. Ills Opponents.
Mtss Agues Fenstermaoiiar, was visit
ing at Lewlstown last week.
Our frrmera are bust In engaged with
their fall towing.
Miss E. Lily Arner is at Chicago
vUltiug tbe Columbia)! Expoaitkm.
A five saotitb old daughter ot A man
due KUtler died lust week.
Mlaa Amanda Ualliet was visiting at
PotUville durlug tbe week.
V.O. Muss elnian has entered MuBlan
burg College, Allentown as a freshman-
The new bell in Ut John's church
waa dedicated on Sunday. Kev. W. II.
Strauss yreached in tbe morning and
hev. Mr. Hsuw and Rev. A. Rartbolo
maw lu the attar noon.
There was considerably less excite
ment over the Republican convention
in Mauch Chunk last Monday than
there was over the gathering of tho
Democracy a week or two previous iu
tho same town. Outside of the dele
gates and the several candidates and
their friends but few strangers took in
tho convention. Tho early morning
hours were devotod to button-holelng
delegates from tbd several districts
and to the fixing up of a "Slate" by the
leaders. The candidates most active
in their efforts to securo the pluits
were James .Handwerk, of Mauch
Chunk, and Nathan Tanner, ot Sum
mit Hill, for Register and Recorder.
Then came Levi Horn, ot Franklin,
ho was a favorite and a recognized
winner from the start for County Trea.
For Couuty Commissioners, II. II
McBrlde, of Beaver Meadow, aud Wm.
Anthony, of I'arryville, put In some
hard licks. Dr. W. W. Reber, of Le
highton, did yallent work, for bis man
Anthony and showed considerable
diplomacy In his efforts in this direc
tion ut just the right time. Jim Ash,
f Millport, had a few strong support
ers lu the convention but the friends
ot Anthony had too many dlieckers la
King's row, The argument us to the
excellence aud strength of tho ticket
is evenly dlcided, It Is tho concensus
ot opinion that the failure ot the con
ventiou to endorse Allen Craig for
Judge considerably weakens the whole
Tbe question of nominating a candi
date for this olllce brought about much
bad feeling aud many threats were
made by the conservative Republicans
who desired Craig's endorsement.
Back ot the effort to prevent tho en
dorsement of Craig was plainly visible
the hand of Mickey Cassidy and his
gang of political shysters who will stop
at nothing to prevent the election of
Craig aud to further the Interests of
John B. Storm. Those Republicans
who can 6ce further than tbe end of
their noses seo very plaluly the pur
pose of the nomination and many of
them were not at all backward lu ex
pressing themselves us thoroughly in
oppositiuu to the interference of
Democrats who have practically been
ostracised by their own party for tricks
that are dishonest. There was only a
difference of eighteen votes on the
adoption of a resolution for tho
nomination ot a candidate for Judge
and It is safe to say that had the matter
boon more carefully considered by
many who admittedly votod unthlnk.
ingly the result would have been the
Tbe morning session of the couven
Hon convened In Concert Hall. Coun
ty Chairman George M. Davis, of Laus-
lord, called "time" and Monroe Drels-
bacb. of Maucn Chunk, went to nan
as temporary chairman. Horace Heydt
of Lehighton, was elected secretary,
Chairman Drelsbaoh at once put
business Into tbo convention and called
for the resolutions making the various
Committee on permanent organlza
Hon Jacob Hawk, Thomas Morgan
Henrv Selbach, J, II. Beighe, Jonathau
Lelbensberger, Morgan west ana
Commlttoo on credentials Heury
Thomas.George W.Sendel aud Tilgh
Committee on resolutions L. L.
Wenzel, M. O. Kuutz, Thomas Mussel
man, William Edmunds, J. 8. Laury,
John Watson. J. L. Harleman,
Following the naming of the com
mittees O. B. Slgley, the veteran pro
nrletor ot tho Mauch Chunk Coal
Gazette was called ou and he respond
ed In an eleoquent manner severely ar
raigning the .treacherous Individuals
who were slandering blm In their-
efforts to Injure bis honesty of pur
pose as a Republican who was a Re
publican, not for spoils but for princi
pie and party. There wero those wh
listened aud sat trembling in fear least
some of their dark and tricky practises
might be exposed. Several times tho
speaker was Interrupted by the loud
and prolonged applause which greeted
bis remarkes. The convention nil join
ed at U.i0 to meet again at 1 30 o'clock
At 1 30 o'clock Chairman Drelsbaoh
called tbe meeting to order and tbe
committee ou permanent orgaulxatlou
reported as follows: Chairman, Mon
roe Dreisbach; vice chairmen, John
Osburn and Charles Scbabel, of Mauob
Chunk; Secretary, Horace Heydt, of
Lehigbtou; assistant secretaries, Ed
itooney.of Millport, audi L. Fiuley,
of Summit Hill.
The committee on resolutions made
this report wblob was adopted;
We. the deleoatec of the people, re
presenting tbe Republicans ot Carbon
oounty, lu convention assembled, de
1. That we heartily endorse the prin
oiplee ot the Republican party as set
torm in me national tienuuiioan plat
form ot 1892, aud iu the the Republican
State platform of 1803.
z. That we are lu favor of the repeal
of the "Sherman Silver Act.
3. That we are in favor of an honest
dollar of the full value of oue hundred
oeuU. and demand such legislation as
will Insure tho same; that we are up
posed to tbe repeal ot tbe 10 per cent.
tax on state bang issue, wuieit 11
adonted. would re-establish the autinu
ated State banks, and would attain
Hood the country with Irredeemable
aud worthless shln-plasters, to the
great lurunvenleuoe, hindrance and
injury 01 tue uusiuesa 01 tne country.
4. We re-afllrm our belief iu the pi I u
oiplee of protootionaud reoiprooity, un
ll'hltnev. when he recently oalted
American mechanics and laborer "the
lower classes" as an Insult to the noble
manhood, tho genius and tho enter
prise which has made this country
great, and glorious.
t). That we pledge eurselves in favor
of having tbo allalrs of tbe county ad
ministered la a wise, honest, economi
cal aud conservative way and denounce
tbo wasteful, reckless and extravagant
manner adopted by the Democratic
Hoards of County Commissioners.
7. That we hereby pledge our candi
dates fur Couuty Auditors to make a
thorough investigation into the receipt
and expenditures ot tbe county, espe
cially the contracts for the new Court
House and that they win rearlessly and
without favor surcharge tbe Commis
sioner for any illemil outlay of money
and make the audit In an expeditious
economical way to the end that, the
interests ot tbe tax payers may be lully
xnut we pledee our most cordial and
ndivided support to Judge D. Newliu
en, our cauuiuaie lor Biaie .treasurer
aud to the candidates hereto-day.
Tbe resolutions were adopted as
Marvin O. Kuntz, of Lehigbtou, pre
sented this resolution:
Resolved. That the Republican party
01 larhon couutv In convention as
sembled hereby nominates Horace
ueyut. i-.sq., forrresldent JUtigeoi tne
1.111 judical district aud that ne ue em
powered to appoint his own conferees.
The resolution was adopted without
discussion by a vote of 44 to 20.
Dr. J. B. Tweedle, ot Weatherly, bad
no opposition for Associate Judge and
his nomination was made by acclama
For Register and Recorder, James II
tlaudwerk, of Mauch Chunk, aud Na
than Tanner, of Summit 11111, were
placed lu nomination. The ball. ting
resulted as " follows: Handwerk, 32;
Tanner, 33. Tbe nomination was made
unanimous ou motion of M. O. Kuutz.
For county treasurer, Lovi Horn, of
Franklin, William Kane, of Mauch
Chunk, and Lymau MoDanlel, of
'ackertou, were nominated, One bal
lot ' settled the business. The vote
stood like this: Horn, 47; Kane, 12;
McDaulel, 12. There were eight uatri
ots willing to serve the people of
Carbon couuty, as county commissi
ouera ut 83.50 per day. These are the
men: II, II. Mcbride, Beaver Meadow;
Wm. Authouy, I'arryville; D. It Mor
row, East Mauch Chunk; Adam Christ-
man. Penu Forest: Jamas Ash. Mill
port;M. J. Stout, Summit Hill; Thos.
Clemns, Lansford; Dennis Moyer,
First ballot McBrlde, 17; Authonyi
11 ; Jforrow, 12; Christman, 5; A.h, 13;
Stout, 8; Clemens, 1; Moyer, 3.
Second ballot MobBlde, 20; Anthonyi
13; Morrow, 13; Christman, 1, Ash, 11;
Stout, 5; Moyer, 1,
Third ballot Moltride, 20; Anthony,
; Morrow, 0; Christman, 4; Asb, 1G;
Fourth ballot McBrlde, 27; Authony,
; Morrow, 0; Chrlstmau, 4; Ash, 1G;
Stout, 5; Moyer, 3.
Ou this ballot Moyer was dropped.
Fifth ballot McBride, 27; Antheuy,
10; Morrow, 9; Christman, 4; Asb, 20:
Following this ballot Stout and
Christman withdrew their names,
Sixth ballot McBride, 27; Antheny,
10; Morrow, 1; Ash, 27. Morrow was
Seventh ballot-McBride, 22; Anth
ony, 10; Ash, 23. Anthony was drop
Eight ballot MeBride, 45; Asb,
The nomiuation of McBrlde was made
First ballot for second place Anth
ony, 32; Morrow, 8; Christman, 0; Ash,
11; Stout, 8; Moyer, 2.
Second ballot Anthony, M; Morrew,
G; Christman, 4; Ash, 2u; Stout, 3:
Moyer, 1. Anthony's nomination was
Thomas Musselman, of Mahoning,
and Paul Kelfer, of Mauch Chunk,
were nominated County auditor by ac
Congressional conferees 1894 W. II
Stroh andJ.L. Lewis.
Delegates to the State Convention
1891 Monroo Drelsbacb, of Mauch
Chunk, aud George M.Davis, of Lans
Audenrled. Thomas K. Kvans. Thos.
ueaver aicauow. mtiiiua iuiiiuiins, ucbiuo
IlkKMiilngnale.- nenry sieuaen,
Kast Maueli rhuiik. John 11. Ulrahe. David
Belti, Martin (Julius, wnnani Isaacs,
ON THE RAILROAD
IUII BP MKNTIOX rAYTKBK-a "-
INOS ON TI1K RAIU
Short I'aracraph. Thai Trill keel InraraM
o the Itattroad Ways.
t An order baa been Issued h th
Central railroad officials to Its sbopa
along the line to break up tbe old ooal
"jlmxales" whenever tho expense of
repairing them exceeds 815. These old
four-wheelers ran yery unevenly aud
are the cause of the. majority ef coal
JTho Allentown Item
old ramorof tbe Baldwin Locomotive
vvorKS moving fjom Philadelphia to
Allentown has been revived on ih-
streets aud the contemplated new
piauns given as the Allentown Roll
lug Mill. Mr. Allison, the soereUry
and superintendent, says he kmowg
nothing of it and is Inclined to die.
credit any such report about the loco
JThe Jersey Central has red una. I ite
coal crews by taking a man off nob.
train, except the Upper Lehigh, Nes
quohonlng and Lehigh and Lacka
wanna branches. The Increasing num- '
ber of gondolas iu use make the trains
shorter, and enable the brakes to ap
plied quicker than with tbe olsl stylo
cars, andjs the reason for reducing
the crews to two and three brakeman
aud a flag-man eaeh. This new order
lays oil 2 men at White Haven, I at
Penobscot, 25 at Ashley, 13 at Uaueb
Chunk, aud lu propertloa at other
points along the Hue.
Locomotive No. 107, which was
wrecked at Philadelphia, is known
among railroad employes as the "Gnu
boat," ou account of the seryioe it ren
dered the state government during the
rebellion. At the breaking out of the
war it was engaged especially in haul.
ing uauuon from the Reading found
ries to Philadelphia. In September,
1862, a few days after Gov. Curtln is
sued his proclamation for 50,000 voluu-
leers 10 repel the threatened Invasion
of Pennsylvania by Gen. Jackson, this
locomotive hauled aload tf amunlttoa
aud troops from Reading to Harris-
uurg. Several days afterwards, as a
result of a proclamation issued by
.uuyor lioury, it took a train load of
men from Philadelphia to Readlnir.
aud theu to Harrisburg, where they
maeu along tbe Susquehanna to re
pel tho oxpeeted armies of Lee and
Jackson. The engines, although an
oiu oue, was in good condition and was
was us powerful as many lately made
Hu.t Hl,l IThut-tM IT.tlttUtrl
IrrwnVtln .Mlltnn Metier. James ltotlierinel,
JouaUian Uebeusbcrirer. AUred Kre.se. Win.
r. rironter. , ,
Jsaustille. William Itlcsards.
Kidder Hotitli. Jaeob S. Hawk.
Ijuisford. lout. William Foruay. YVIHUm
lAtislurd, Middle. -Usury J, Thomas, U L.
Landlord. Weat. Moruan West. Keese
! jMisaune. -Jacob Gberts.
I hih IIIirtM. tttwrtt.
llttelium. First. -tlrsct Uom. Y. A. W.ln-
lliialiUn, Second. Man In O. Kuatt,
..niaiiiou, jnira. jamesnixivy.
1 uiln Hut, wlUan Itiah.
kl.aouluir. Daniel KrMaley. Tuoaias Mua
.lliiall, jatues Alttriiny.
siukai, iTluiuk. f nL. J. M. Ureitshaeh. Geo.
W. sand!. Charles rkhasbel. rr.uk ICeed,
m.d.b iiiuttiir. ivennn. iionzias sici-.
Harry Lubsln. Jr.. Isaao McLean. Pred Welti.
urecai. . 1. iiretz.
Heeeueaottiua. it w
hard Dovttleu. Julio
raikerton J faraU llarleiaati.
.Mian 1-ikMutKruiiM iteiirvjis.
rjuiniatt. ltlll-L. I- Fiuley. jQeenll llleLsrds.
Juaeim ttoruttey, laomas i4uu, jouu Hale.
der which our country prospered until
we were one ot the leading nations
the earth. We affirm that the attitude
of the Democratic administration at
Washington Is adverse to our demeatle,
industrial establishments; that it ia un
American aud un-patriotie; tbat it
mtlltates against tbe best interests of
the American workmen, and tends to
ward tbe rapid depression of bis wages
to tbe same low aud unjust level that
i paid In foreign lands where free
5. We condemn President Cleveland
as wautiug, in patriotism and true
manliness, whan, in raferriug to tha
Amartoan people iu their preaeut con
dition lie said, "They need an obJaot
lesson Id "and the recant remark of bia
'ate Secretary oT tne Navy, WUltV C.
nwtWlJ-n... lb. nuuftw. ra. ,
liaaora, timer ji.r- ii.a, ' imtu i . iwtu
wewuorl jeaepu r.nuer,
(7 James Handwerk, the present
efficient Register and Recorder, no
oepted his defeat pleasantly.
XST" Monroe Drelsbacb made
model prealdiug officer.
. Dr. Reber was ull smiles over the
nomiuation of Authouy. It was the
doctor's maiden effort iu politic and
be pulled the wires like a veteran,
ITB The effort to make Btu. Kuntz,
astute delegate was frost bitten, and
it made Slgley smile.
John Seabolt, of Lehigbtou, was
a very prominent personage lu the sou
ventiou. He was kept busy all day
sbaklug hands with his host ot friends
from all over the County who were ut
Eft. Eil Maeuey made an excellent
Ca Seventy delegates were enrolled.
tat J. L Oubel, ot Leklghton, was
Interested lu tbe work ot the conven
Will II. II. r. Friday, xaih,
Dr. Dancer, Haalatona successful
specialist ou the aye, ear, nose aad
throat will be at tbe 8iabaiig Hotel
00 Friday, DfHb utetaut Parties de
siring hi aerrleae should not tail to
laical Political Gossip That Is Sea.on.Ul.
at This Time.
HP J. M. Breshn of Hanks, alt houtrh
defeated for the nomination of Regis t.
er and Recorder Is working hard fir
the success of the Demoeratlo tloket.
Jim" is made of the right stuff and
will make his point before many years
roll by. Weatherly Herald.
try- Chairman Cassidy Is makan no
friends, says the Herald, by not bl
uing the call for a meeting of tho
couuty committee. This hesitancy
makes It look as If tho party were o
be treated to another trlok.
tW To nominate a Republican can
didate means the election of John B.
Storm, and the placing of anotker
alonroe county man upon the Carbon
bench for teu years longer. Carbon la
entitlod to the office, and she can easi
ly get It if her people, irrespective of
party, will unite in supporting her
best and most distinguished lawyer
Allen Craig. White Haven Journal.
far" Let the campaign politicians
remember the old adage, "An ounce
of keep your mouth shut Is worth a
pound ot explanation after you have
The warrants for the payment of tha
State appropriations made by tbeLaguv
lature for tbe support of the nuklio
schools arc now being Issued by Super-
inieuuent of Publio Instruction
Schaffar to tbe treasurers ef the
several school districts in the order ia
which the annual dlstriet reports and
the accompanying affidavits and certi
ficates are received at tbe Department
of Publio Instruction. This rule ts
being adhered to as far as It Is practic
able to do so and Deputy Superinten
dent Stewart says no exception will be
made unless In special cases where
ther are valid reasons tor doing ether
In answer to numerous Inquiries
Superintendent Schalfer has Issued a
circular letter to the boards of director
In the various sshool districts ut the
State, iu which he states that under the
terms ot tbe act making the appropria
tions, the State Treasurer, and not tbe
Superintendent ot 1'ublio Instruction,
has authority to designate the time
when warrauts for school appropria
tions shall be Issued and toward to the
treasurers of the respective district
The warrauts will, therefore, be issued
only at such times and In such aggre
gate amounts asshall be designated by
rue otaio iTeasurer.
Swlnsius Around lit. Circle
I the dl-wasaa 10 whli h tt I. mAaMjA trim i'i
beat results, Hosteller's rJtoroaeh IllUers, a
family metlklne. coniurehetulv. In tt seon.. t,a
aeter been thrust upon publio aueaUoa us Mm
m 01 a uutvrMi panacea lor bodily Ills. Thu
efalra dally arrosjausd In the colunis ol the dally
rs bv the broprletors ol medicines far later!
or to It as speclnas, has lit a thausaud las-saves
disgusted the public la advaat-. by Its abtutrd
ly aad the pruHiacU ol othur reuicdi ul supsrl
or ntialiUe. has. beau ii.ndlcaiped by the pre
wuMvua ui itmr - in uu.ss preoecessors, aut
tae American ioiile know, because taev have
vanned the lad by the luost trylns- teats thai
the ll;i tars ptMMwsee the virtues ot real specula
incas. ol malaria and liver disorder. cousUiia
liou. neneus, rtiauraatte stomach and kldasy
trouble. What it tkw. it tkws thoroughly, aab
maialy lor this raasn It Is Indensad and recoss
nieiM.a uj uohs oj respecuute mcaical men.
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Higbeat of all In leavening strength.
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