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Is a speoialty irUh us.
Wr have rnte low prire for all.
Come and htrn our price.
Pii-Nir and. Salt- Bills.
Altkinds of hlankhook.
Let m have your orders
For anything in this linr.
fir, h &
Creates many a Neto Business,
Enlarges many an Old limine,
Aevivae many a Did! Murines,
lleceues many a IaI Business,
Saves many a Failing Business,
Preserves muny a Lurge Business,
Means success in All Business.
"INDEPENDENT""LIVE AND LET LIVE.'
VOL XXI. No. 46
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THE ADVOCATE PRINTS THE LOGAUBSANDJS THE LARGEST ONE DOLLAR PAPER IN CARBON
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ORIUIHAL CHEAP GASH STORE
Our large Fall Stock is open
ed and marked at such Low
Prices that cannot fail to attract
the attention of buyers.
Look at a few of the many
Bargains we have for you:
Best Lancaster Ginghams Sc
Best Indigo blue prints 5.J a yard
(Good Dark Prints 4c a yard.
Crashes 2c per yard,
Canton Flannels from 5c and up.
Suitings in Plaids at 6c a yard.
Our line of Dark Outings
cannot be equalled or shown by
vna firm in this valley as for.
Styles, Quality and Fruits.
Sheetings, Tickings, Denims,
are very low in price.
You will make no mistake in
acquainting yourself with our
Stock and Prices this season.
J. T. NTJSBAUM,
Pint Street, between South and Plum street?,
HALF-CENT A WORD.
Adrertlsements uuder this bead at a half-cent
a word each loaertlou. This is the cheapest and
wibi aa Terming lneuium ouu 11 you nave auy
ttilog to tell or rent try this cheap adtertlslng.
dvertiseioeots must be paid tu advance.
pOBSALK-A dark bay Stallion, sixteen and
a ball bands blsb.twehe years old, ierfect
iy safe and sound !u every particular. Will be
old cheap for cash. Apply to George F, buck,
Amok ciMuori. o. iz-zm
A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED
Friday. Sept. 80.
The marriage ot Mayor Carter Harrison,
Of Chicago, to MUs Annie Howard, of
New Orleans, lias been postponed until
The English cutter Valkyrie took a pre
11 ml nary spin off Sandy Hook yesterday,
but the wind was too light to form any es
timate of her speed.
The mile and a quarter race between
Tammany and Lamplighter at Quttenburg
race track for $3,600 aside aud a purse of
15,000 was won by Tammany la the fast
time of 2r06K.
Saturday, Sept. 30.
Luclan Brown, a 10-year-old colored boy,
who shot and killed Albert Lyons In Chi
cago on July 4, was seutenced to Imprison
men, for life.
A jury acquitted Owen Bradley of the
charge of killing Price Jenkins at Lexing
ton, Ky., three years ago. Bradley is a
well known horse trainer.
The fight of the saloon keepers of Min
nesota to secure recognition by the Knights
ot Pytblaa has ended In defeat. The liquor j
men were forbidden to enter the order by I
a Tote of 31 to 10.
Monrtny, Oct. t.
Bowie Johnson, eon of the late- Heverdy
Johnson. Andrew Johnson's minister to
London, disd from a stroke of apoplexy at
Representative Cooper, Democrat, of
Texas, haa introduced in the house a reso
lution providing for the submission of the
question of free silver coinage to a popular
Trainmen, switchmen, yardmen and
coal heavers of the Ohio Valley, Chesa
peake and Ohio, Illinois Central, Yazoo
and Mississippi Valley, und Chesapeake,
Ohio and Southwestern arestrlklng against
10 per cent, reduction. .
Tuesday, Ort 3.
The debt atatement just issued shows a '
net Increase In the public debt, lens cash In ;
the treasury, during September of $934,-1
There Is a movement on foot among
Pittsburg roll turners to break away from
the Amalgamated AssodntUm and form
an Independent nutional organisation.
The corporation of Dublin has resolved
to atUnd In state the demonstration that
will be held ou Sunday next in Olasnevln 1
cemetery Ju memory of the lute Charles
Stewart Paruell, i
WtMli.o.Ur, Orf, 4.
The paid admissions at the World's fair I
yesterday were m.CV).
All official documents concerning the
Franco-Siamese settlement have been
It Js announced that the Dominion gov
ernment will not impose further restric
tions in the Chinese entering Canada,
Bir Stevenson Arthur Blackwood, secre
tary of Great Drltalu'a postoftlce depart
ment, died at Harwkk, aged til. He was
a cousin of the Marquis of Duffs rlu, Brit
ish ambassador to France.
Thursday, Oct. A.
Jamee Smith died at his home In New
York, aged 103.
Mrs. Charles peck, of Lynn, Mass., after ;
a fast of thirty-three days, cau&ed by Ill
ness, Is dying.
A decision rendered by Judge Shepard,
of Bowie county, Tex., makes Illegal over
1,000 marriages in that oouuty.
Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, the English
conservative leader, arrived In New York
on the steamer Majestic last night.
The strike ou the Illinois Central and
thaYazoo and Mississippi Valley roads has
been'declared off. the men gaining their
FHnc VtiauiVreVs Ooudltlon.
Beruv, Oct. 6. Dr. Chryaauder, the
physician attending Prince Bismarck In
the absence of Dr. Schweninger, tele
graphs from KIsslogen that the alarming
statements regarding Priuce Bismarck
are quite unfounded, and that the prince's
oudlllou Is appreciably better.
rsferabl lit port on. Van Aim,
Washington, Oct fl.-Thecommltteeon
foreign relations met and took final action
on the case of J. J Van Aleu, of Rhodt
bland, nominated to be ambassador to
Italy, It Is understood that a favorable
report was ordered
rrtnk KIM-oa Convlrttd.
New York, Oct. B.-Fraiik pllUeu, tht
well known club man, wht has teen ou
Mil for lomt time nut. charged with as
Acting Broker w. H. Henrlquea, was
Ut BJsht found guilty of auault in tui
WALP'S EAGLE STORE.
IW In',afew,words we desire to Gall
t3T to your notice a very Important
Ok. tact. It 1. this. We hare as
tW large and flue aline of general
BU .tore goods aa you will And any.
tW where. Come and mo ua, let ua
show you oar good, and tell you JH
what our prices are. Wedellver-K
goods anywhere promptly and "CI
without extra charge whatever JU
to the purchaser. Don't pay llg jgj
prloes but come mid soe ue Jf&
First street, Op. Round Houses
NEW YORK DEMOCRATS
Opentnc of the gut Nominating Ooe.
ventlen at Karate.;..
SARATOGA. Oct 6. The Democratic state
convention convened here at noon todar.
and after formal opening and the appoint
ment of the nanal committees a recess was
taken until 3 o clock.
The nomination of Judge Mnrnnrd as
aseoclate Justice of the court of appeals
ana tnt rtnominations 01 Attorney uen
WDQX ISAAC n. MATKARD,
eral Bosendale, Comptroller Campbell and
tVate Engineer Sclienck areas aertalnaa
an 7 political events can b.
William B. Kirk, candidate for atate
treasurer, held open headquarters at the
Adelpht last night and this forenoon, and
is con n dent of success. His competitor
Hugh Duffy, of Cortland, who Is the part
ner of ex-State Treasurer Fitzgerald, was
active about his headquarters. He did not
make any atatement aa to his strength.
Hon. George B. McClelland, president ot
the board of aldermen of New York our.
candidate for secretary of state, Is staying
at the llealey cottage on Wood I awn ave
nue. The name of Thomas E. Pearsall, of
Brooklyn, has also been mentioned for
this office, but It is understood he Is a can
dldate to succeed Supreme Court Judge
Uarnard, who retires from the bench on
account of the age limit at the end of this
The only other candidate mentioned Is
Hon. Thomas E. Benedict, deputy secre
tary oi state, uut, he is not an actual can
didate. Senator Hill left New York city yester
day tor t asmngion, anu win not attenu
A Falsa Alarm Cti Mine Deaths
Waksaw, Sept. 29. A false alarm of fire
was given yesterday In the synagogue at
Kalwarya, near Sun Walk!. The building
wi crowded with Jews at worship. AH
started at once for the two exits, and. de
spite the shout of the rabbi that there
was no fire, fought to get out. After
struggle or ten minutes two-third of the
congregation were still In the synagogue.
As no fire had appeared, they bee am 4
calmer, and with the aid of the caretakers,
the rabbi eventually restored quiet. Nine
dead bodies were found near the exits, and
twenty persons lay unconscious and Meed
lng where thry had been trampled. Fully
a hundred perhons were Injured In the
rush, fourteen of whom are likely to die.
Three West VlrglnU TragetlUi.
Welch, W. Va..Oct. 6. On the Norfolk
and Western rond, four miles from this
place, Jack Martin was shot and instantly
killed by Presley Herndon. The latter ao-
oused Martin with alienating his wife's
affections. The murderer e soaped. At
Craokers Xe"', In Meroer countr. at a ne
gro danoe, D.inlel Clay and Grant Weir
were snot oy uuaries llareaton, of Brad
ford, Va, Wier died soon after and Clay
Is in a precarious condition. Hareston Is
In Jail. At North Fork, during a carousaL
Louis Austin, colored, disemboweled
Charles Jones with a razor, Jones will die.
The Australians Oreat Defeat.
PniLADELruiA, Oct. 3. The rreat inter.
national cricket match between Australia
and Philadelphia, which beiran on Friday
last, ended at 5:10 o'clock yesterday after
noon, Philadelphia winning by sixty
eight runs and an Inning. No such feat
has ever before 'been nerformed br an
American team in an International match
n this country. The Austral ana cener-
oualy ooucede the Phlladelnhlans all nos-
atble praise, aud are unanimous tn the
opinion that no better all around game
was nut up against them at any tlmt dur
ing their tour of England.
Like Hat a In Trap.
Crtatal Palm, Mich., Sept. 80. With
terrific rush the water of the Mlchl-
gamme river broke through a bed weak
ened by mining Into the Mansfield mine,
drowning twenty-eight men who were at
work directly under the cave lu. There
were forty-six men In the mine when the
aceldent occurred, but eighteen of them
who were working In the lower levels
managed to escape. None of the bodies
have been recovered, and It is believed it
will be neceary to divert the channel of
(he river before they can be secured.
To Stop Wholesale Lynching
ATLANTA. Oct. 6. BIshoD Henrr M.
Turner, of the Colored Methodist church
South, has" Issued a call to the colored
people of the United States for a conven
tion to meet In Ciucluuatt on Nor. 2&
This national couucil is to "review and
pass upon our condltloo, patiently, Im
partially and report truthfully our knowl
edge of every person murdered by ntobsor
tynohers, aud when and what for, with
documentary evidence if possible.
The Altctl Itlghtly Murderer Captured,
TltKKTOK. Oct 4. Wallace Burt, the
half breed Indian suspected of the murder
af old Samuel lllghtly and wife at New
town, Pa., Sunday, Sept 84, was captured
n a swamp near Morrisvllle yesterday,
half dead with hunger and oold. He was
taken to Doyle town jail. Burt came out
of a woods to the house of Torbert Ganges,
a colored man, for rood. Constable Whar
ton with a pofto captured him.
Five I'rlionvri tlreak Jail.
LIMA. O.. Oct 5. At an earlr hour In
morning the prisoners In the Wood county
iall, at Bowling (iteen, made their escape
here were five prisoners one murderer,
three desperate crooks and one thief. No
trace of them can be found.
naeket Shop llecUr. Legal,
pfthe oommuu pleas oourt, in charging
ihe grand juiy, practically declared tint
hllfk ihnna" ur I Jural an1 (nit rnntArl
the Jury not to bring Indlocments against
JtllnUter TWMU Off for Honelulu.
WluUIVATiLk rW a Unn llr.r a
Willis left WuuiugUu last night for San
frnaeifcco, wdjuo ne win sail next, weea
Held fr Killing lilt Child.
Wa. iIvjtov, Od a eorotter'a jury
held Jntiipb 11 Grinder, a d titer, on the
charge of tnaiisliut hier in cauelugtbe
death of bU owu sou, .Itw,.h. aged 8 ) ears
The testimony showed inat during an at
tempt of the older Grinder to takedfty
uis frani the till In hie wife's grocery
store the boy ahook bts Hat at the father,
and in attempting to puuhth him. ths
latter fractured the ublld's skull
Wsht 8allr I'rvlMblr tot.
LoNDOk, Oet. a. The report ootuee from
Aneud, a port ou tin northern eoast ot
Chili, that the British bark Beatrix, Cap
tain Ikmea, which sailed from Uveroool
June li for Iquique.Chiti. has been burned,
at sea. Eleven of the crew were picked up
and landed ai Aocud Eight are probabl;
Tlwrile's MarvelMttt Mile.
SPkiKoriKLD. Mass Oct 4. W W.
Wlmllehrwke the wprld'aretvrd for a mils
My lug start at Hatnptuu Park yeeterday
HaIBg U IQ LM l-O.
The Cerdltial'a AitalUlu Oeu Ten T"r
HUP. I'Mlll. II. i 5-l'loi.o.. the nun
Muda(anriupuig April lul to kill'
Qsidlul Vuui, .rimte of Hungary,!
touexl guilt) .114 vuuuiniu
twttl U ten Ttark' usual tmnrlaoumant. I
to be followed r teu jure' pcuriraUuu ot
feUelrU tight. ' ' I
MATTKKS OF MOIIK OH I
Vh.t Il.i )cura in till. Cltr During the
ek .rllu.nllr KpltoniluMl bj Ou
If you want a suit of clothes go to
m. jlosos & Co., Oberts Ulock.
Fine teams for all purposos at tho
aouth Kud Uvery.
Go to Af. Losos i, Co., for children
Full line of Ingrain and Ilrussels
carpets at Henry Schwartz's.
1'ashlouable clothing for evorr.
uouy at A, ljso8 &. Co., Oberts lllock.
M. Losos & Co., have a full Hue of
latest styles hats aud cups.
Just make it a polut to Bee David
tbbert when you wnutateam for butl
uess or pleasure. Lowest prices.
Carbon county fair, Ootobcr 11, 12
School supplies furnished to School
Boards at the lowest wholesale prices
set our price ou any line of supplies
t,. i", LAickenbacu.
Thomas Trothaway, of the third
ward, has purchased a building lot on
south Third streot, and will build
The Carbon county Fair next
Samuel Seller, of the third ward.
continues seriously ill.
Miss llertha Furren, of south Third
street has accepted a position with
Kisuel, Lehlghton's popular and suc
rhe "check" system has been
abolished at Roederor's tousorial saloon
The rrohibitlonists of Carbon and
slonroe counties havo nominated E. If.
Nichols, of Wilkesbarrn for President
Judge. This makes four candidates lu
Beautiful new elfects in fall and
winter millluery at Miss Alvenia
raver's millinery store.
Don't buy hats or bonnets, ladles.
until you seethe newest and prettleit
euects for the season's wear at Miss
raver's popular millinery store.
l'rotty millinery elfects at the very
lowest prices at Miss Alvenia Gravel's
The stockholders of the Lehighton
Hosiery Mill will elect now directors
Aaron Krum owns Jonathan KIs-
tler's "slrcus horse."
Tickets for free portraits at Pdshel's
gallery are g"ood until December 1803.
George Kipp Is doing the honors as
bar tender at the always popular Car
Constable Ed Ra worth will heln to
make the fair a big success next week
by exhibiting a four pound potato and
cabbage that measures eighteen Inches
Town council met in recular and
In adjourned session on Tuesday aud
Wednesday evening at the office of the
secretary. Considerable miscellaneous
business was transacted among which
were resolutions for the framing of
ordinances to grade streets, io.
cnesapeak Bay Oysters Chean.
Fine Oysters only 33 cents per auarl..
flsh fruits, Ac. W. II. Oswald's wagon,
Lehighton and Welssport every day.
Mahoning Wednesdays and Saturdays
Weslneerely regret being unable to
to report much improvement In the
condition of James P. Smith, of the
first ward, who is still seriously ill.
rror. U.J, Walters is Indefatluahln
n his efforts to mnke the Lehlolitnn
publlo schools the best In the county.
He has added to the many branches
now being taught lu the grammar aud
high school the subject of drawing,
ine puuiio scliools will very llkelv
bo closed on Thursday of next week to
allow everybody to attend the fair.
A person much interested in the fol
lowing local events has made this re
port to our office. From March L7
until the 30th of September Lehighton
has been visited by twenty seven
traveling musicians, embracing the old
organ grinder and monkey, the little
German band, bagpipe and bears and
Rev. E. II Kistler, of Allentowu
will preach in Ebenezer Evangelical'
church ou next Sunday morning aud
evening. The services will be English
all day. All aro cordially Invited.
An effort Is making to organize a
choir lu the llrst ward. Those who are
at the head of It are Geo. Clauds and
Benj Losos. Some of tho songs are
After tho Ban" and "He will never
wander from his own lire-side,"
William Kern, of Slatlngton, who
was teller at the First National Bank.
in this town, some years ago when V
W. Bowman was cashier of that instl
tutlon, has just been elected cashier ot
the White Haven Savings Bank at the
Henry Nicholas Is being kept
posted by T. Webster Clauss and
Blaekte" SuwarU as to the route they
pursue in the wild and wool ley west-
The boys are expected home tn a few
The llersh Furnace Comt.anv.
working only three day a week for
some time pat, on Monday started up
ruiiuiast. ineoompany have all the
work on hand that they oau attend to
for some months to oome. This is an
evidence of genuine Improvement in
trade whioh we believe will now con
tinue. Mies Emma Fortwangler, of Second
street, has become a student In the
popular American BuslueM College
Alleutown, where she will take a
oouree lu stenography, l&
-The following program will be re-
olted at the regular meeting of tin
Luther Union in Trlulty Evaugelleal
ohureh on Saturday evening, 11th
iustant: Opening exercises. Granville
i(etirlg;reoltation.MattIe Helm; selec
tion, Ella Ebbert; dialogue, numbers
oi soeutyi oo, ji,u aimler! selection,
Mary Rehrlgi recitation, Hassle Noll:
exereise in spelling ot bible words:
ouorua, uy members of the Society.
All are oordially Invited to attend.
llarneaa, allanketa, lie.
Milton Fiory, Weieeport, his a Urm
assortment of all kinds of harness
blankets, whips, robes, &o , which be is
selling at very low priees. If you need
anything lu this line buy it here aud
you will save mouey, beoanae our pru-.es
are Uu very lowest lu the valley.
A Sanp Shot Camera Catches Tliose Who
Ceiueanri flo Anion Their Friends In
. .Expressman Al Hairerman was at
Niagara Falls on Sunday.
.I'aul Wagner, ot Montgomery
county, spent a few days last week with
.Clem Bretney, with Rlshol. the
Photographer, is now at PhlladelDhia.
wuore ue is laicing instructions In the
.Mrs. G. W. Morthlmer and son
Guy, of Alum street, aro spending a
tew uays at Treniont where they are
guests ot merchant Frank Htintzlngor.
..iur. ana Mrs. Morrison, of New
York city, are guests of Dr. F. I. Smith
aud family on First street.
Mrs. James Slides, of Snnnnrl Sf
is enjoying a pleasant visit among
relatives in Philadelphia.
.Morohant E. G. Zern. of the tinnn.
lar Opore House store, was doing bust
ness at Philadelphia several days this
M. Losos, of tho Crystal Palnr-n
cioming Hall, was at Philadelphia and
:ew York this week making purchases
oi seasonable goods.
Al. Claus,, of Mount Carmel. Pa..
"Jwa uurmg last week.
.Frauk Kershner and family, ni
New Tripoli, Lehigh county, after a
pleasant visit to Mrs. Phaon niano.
anu ramify on First street, have re
. .Mrs. U. V. Morthlmer. Sr.. anil itnn
wen returned on Saturday from n
week's visit to W. W. Morthlmer and
wife, New York cty.
A. A. Graver, of Wllkes-Barrn.
called on frlonds over Sunday.
..Jos. Dick and family, of JIauch
Chunk, spent Sunday In this town
..Mrs. Mary Ryan, of Slatlucton.
Sundayed hero with, F. X. Roederer
ana family ou Third street.
Charles Yeagor, of Phlladelnhla.
was closing digits with Lehighton und
Welssport friends this week.
..Thegeulal M. H. Huuslcker and
brother Tom of Freeland were In town
on Tuesday attending the funeral of
the late O. II. Bower.
Constable Ed Raworth was at
Beaver Meadow ou Tuesday on official
..Misses Sallle Frey and Marv
Friesh accomplished young ladles of
town enjoyed themselves very pleas
antly with friends at Mauch Chuuk on
Miss Loua Lelnaard left for Phlla-
delhla on Wednesday. She will
pend the winter In that city.
..Mrs. Agnees, of Brazil, and Miss
Pearl Harbon, of Philadelphia, are
ojourning at Martin Leinbard's. Both
ladles have just returned from a
pleasant visit to tho World's Fair.
.Samuel Yedlnsky, of Pottsvllle.
was the guest of M. Losos. of thn
Crystal Palace Clothing Hall, last
Dr. C, T. Horn and 6on Bert left
on Wednesday for a two weeks visit to
the World's Fair.
Douglas Merkam was dolng'buslnoss
at Philadelphia this week.
.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, of
Paulsbarre, New Jersey, and Mrs
Henry Reinman, of Tamaqua, spent a
few days last week with their slsteri
Mrs. G eo. Sella, on north Second street.
John Langkammerer and wife, of
Philadelphia, are on an extended visit
to relatives at this plaee.
Mrs Isaao Bartholomew and daugh
ters, of Franklin township, wore the
guests of Jos. N. Benuett aud wife ou
Wm. Sandherr, of Summer Hill, cele
brated his 08th birthday anniversary
ou last Thursday evening, the Siugor
bund of Lehighton, were present.
The organization of wliich Mr. Sand
herr Is the leader made him a hand
some present In the shape of a sum of
Grant Tobias and wife, of Mauch
Chuuk, spent Sunday at tho residence
of W. F. Brodhead.
A. J. Snyder was visltlug over In the
Pino Swamp country, the fare part of
The schoiM board met in monthly
session on last Monday evening.
Miss Minnie Grow, of Lehighton, is
visiting the McCounell family ou Park
Jno. F. Miller and Edw. Frltzlnger
attended the Whitehead and Siutiex
nuptluls on last Thursday evening at
The two York Staters Wm. F. Shaffer
and Chas. D. Yohe were doing the
graceful acton the streets of Scrauton
a few days ago. The latter says the
former tost bis eye hunting for woik.
When small try statesmen who uun-
not havo their own way find themselves
balked and baffled by their own fol
lowers then It Is time to give up the
ghost and oome over to tho winning
side. It is best to keep oool. The policy
that will not bear examination is al
ways dangerous. It Is the truth that
Dispatcher Tbos. Harleman Is cot
fined to his home through slekneee.
Miss Kattie Zern, of Lehighton, was
the guest of the Everitt family on last
Mrs, B, C. Ditterline who has been
visiting relatives atAllentown returued
We have it from pretty reliable au
thority that Charles Conahan, the mur
derer of John M. Brlslln, of Huok
Mountalu, la now within flye miles of
wher the deed was oomitted, not later
than Monday he aooosted a woman and
asked for something to eat, and when
informed that she had nothiffg, he was
soon loet In the moitnUlus. Officers
also oame aorose a rudely eoostruoted
ttreplaee ou the mouqtaln, and found
a number of roasted potatoes lying
Eddie Evans, of Slatlngton, and
Harry Sailtb, of UetbieheiH, willeap' '
for a pq re al KU It is said that
Soilth Is very auxtoua to meet Kvaus.
"Huteh'- Lelkel, of Franklin, will
wreatle his weight for a puree of 3O0
and gate receipts.
A gnaud shooting tournameut will
ouuie otf at the Fraukltn House East
I Wetstport on the lflth aud au.
Carbon Oonnty, Ponna.
SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS
Society Tltl-llltii of Intaroot lo Ilia Mem
ben or the Fraternity.
Secret societies In need of nnranlia.
nalla, flags, banners, uniforms, etc.,
should consult II. V. Morthlmer, Jr.,
who represents one of tho largest firms
of importers, manufacturer und
dealers In this country before uurnhns
The report made to the National
Encampment of-thoGrandArmv of the
iiopuojic, recently held at Indianapo
lis, shows that the membership of that
order has reached its culmination and
ims begun to decline. The encamn
ment lost 2,000 lu membership slncn
J uue, 1802. During the past year 5,000
now uiemuers wero enrolled, but death
claimed ,,ouo. From this ou the do
cliue wlil.beoome annually greater, and
the little heud-stone that marks the
last nomeoftleTOtCran'TrtU aaiually
Tlie New Columbia Holler, lnrenle.1 by
11. Frank Conner.
The Columbian Daily Spy of Colum
Mo T).. I ... .
'i..,uMras io say of a firmer
Carbon couutian: The Inventive cent
us of Mr. B. Frank Conner, President
of the Supplee Steam Engiuo Company
has produced a Columbia boiler for
steam or hot water, which Is far ahead
of all competitors. It. Is made in
wholly of cast Iron, It Is made in sec
tions which enables its heatingcapaclty
io ne multiplied indoflnately.
The fire-box is round, with a water
space of two and ouo half Inches. It
has ovel shaped holes which correspond
with similar openings In the first and
succeedlngpaus above It The first pan
completely covers the flro surfuce, ex
oept the passage at the rear. The seo-
oud and other pans are duplicates of
the first with the draft or heat passage
over and under each pan alternately
reversed thus securlu; a ma.-'fum
at a heat minimum consumption ol tue'.
The top or drum Is of cost Iron. It covers
tho last pan and distributes the heat
around all the pans. An outer air
tight casing of cast Iron confines the
heat. So complete Is the arrancmeut
that at a tost in our presence this
morning thirty pounds of steam were
generated in twenty minutes. The uti
lization ot heat Is complete.
1 he boiler has a rocking grato com.
plete in motion simple in construction
and easy to work. It can be dumped
by simply drawing the lever to the
front. Itlsoneof the Jjest and most
economical steam generators the mar
ket. Being made entirely of cast Iron.
it is almost lndestructable. It will
certainly have a large sale for steam
aud hot water heating purposes.
THE CAltll.lN CODNTV INSTITUTE.
It Will Ue Held at Lnnirord The Week
nrclnnlng December ,
The Carbon county instltnta nf mm..
ers wllltake place at Lansford on the
week beginning December i. The in
stltute promises to be a very successful
The different school principals met nt
Mauch Chunk recently and elected the
officers fer the coming institute. Mr.
A. S, Beisel, the new superintendent
was elected president and Prof. James
Bevan, of Mauch Chunk schools and
Prof. Thomas J. Drumbor of the
Weatherly schools were elected secre
taries. Oueofthe best corps of lecturers
that has eyer faced a Carbon county
institute is promised, and a first class
opera company will furnish a musical
program for Thursday evening's, enter
tainment. Mr. Beisel will leave noth
lng undone that will add to the comfort
of the teachers cither in providing good
musical entertainments or instructive
talent and a highly interesting program
Three Tlmee Near Death.
Baltzer Spltzor had a narrow escape
from death on Monday afternoon. He
was driving a two horse load of empty
boxes from Zero's Opera House store
to Obert's butchering establishment
When opposite Schwartz's furniture
store some of the boxes commenced
rolling from the wagon. In his efforts
to prevent their falling Baltsser was
thrown onto the wagon pole and the
horses dashed away at full speed up
First street Baltzer heroically cling,
ing to the pole and ondeavorluc to ston
the horses, Seeluj his efforts were
useless he let himself, fall from hi8
perilous position and the wagon passed
over him. He was Lot muoh hurt
This Is his third escape from death.
First, he fell forty feet over a wall:
again he was caught in the shafting at
Obert's butchering establishment and
escaped through having a very light
blouse which was torn from him In
shreds. Ualtaer Is a uatire of Ger
many and only 18 years of age. He
makes his home with Peter Helm on
A Ureat Clothing Sale,
The new addition to the Oue Prioe
Star Clothing Hall, Mauou Chuuk, haa
been oompleted at last and we are now
ready to show you the finest selection
of ready-made men's, boys' and child'
ren'a suits and overcoats, ever suu..
lu this region, at prices never ennalci
we are selllui4ill-woo mon'a 6uits at f
86, 8, 10 and up, boys' suits and ore
ooata from 31.00 up, Wewdl saveyo
as per cent, on all purchases guarar.h
you nrst-olase clothing and pay y
oar fare by buying your winter go
from us. Remember the place ii tt
one I'rtoe SUr Clothing Hall, '.'
ChrUtaln Endeavor Contention.
One of the most notable gathi-rn
ever held In Reading will be tho fitati
convention of the Christian Kudav
societies of Pennsylvania, October 1
u and 13, for whioh extensive urer
atioo are being made by a host
looal sommlttees. Fully J,00(i dclga
are expeotedj every deuominatiun ,
well as every county and di-dru-t iw
be included in its representation
Kali and WlaUr Millinery.
Mis. Alveola Graver will have a gran
fall aud winter millinery opening at t
ner popular store on Saturday aud
duriugthe entire fair week. Miss I
I ; raver intends tu surpass all previous '
efforts m this exhibit iun of ali new iu. (
beautiful things in oa-sunuMe ill.,t
in millinery and our lady reu lt-i .
should be sure to Uke aiirauUmo oi it. ,
October 7 L893
i-orm i-oiiiiCHi DOMIn That In fleamniihle
IS Tho Democrats of Carbou lu pre
senting Allen Craig for Judge, do not
Indulge In any tirade against the
candidacy of Judge Storm, or candidate
ueydt. The character, ability and
worth of Allen Craig Is known to every
voter In the county, and his election
means u pure judiciary for this district
and His triumphant election is assured
if every voter consults and acts ac
cording to his personal convictions
S-The Philadelphia Press says
thla: "Tho republicans can havo no in.
terestin assisting Judge Storm, who
for many years has been one of the
most active Democratic riolltl iTann nn.7
virulent partisans in that section of
the State. His appointment to the
vacancy caused by the death of the
late J udge Drehr was a menace to non
partisanship on the bench, and his
election for a term of ten years is by
no means desirable.
If the Republicans exercise a
choice between the twoDemocratlo can
didates it would be In favor of
ex-Senator Allen Craig, of Carbon,
who, though a Democrat, has never
been a loader In party manipulation,
and, unlike Judge Storm, is better
Known as a lawyer than as a nolltl
C"TnE LAssroRD Record savs it will
lend Its "feeble support" to Storm for
judge and Ignore the Interests of Cnr-
uuu cuuuiy. ii gives as Its reason
that the Pattlson administration must
be uphold in its appointments. Good
citizens of every party In this county
have reason to rejoice at the stand
taken by the Record. It is a well known
fact that the candidates supported
by the notorious Jimmy Malloy
are usually "snowed under" by the
votes of the people. StormV fate has
Ceeu eealed, and we extend our symp-
uiuy m me none: -.Me Knt:emn
Mauch Chunk Times. ""'
3. It Is now well understood that
there will be three candidates for preat-
ilent Judge of judicial district composed
of tho counties of Carbon county, was
unanimously nominated by tho Re
publican conference, There will be
two Democrats candidates Allen
Craig, of Carbon county, and John B,
Storm, of Monroe county unless ono
of these gentlemen voluntarily stens
uown, wnicn doesen't seem likely. In
the event of three candidates remain.
Ing In tho field we shoul d predict the
election of llr. Crnlg. Allentown
There was a large meeting of promt
nent Democrats In the court house, at
aiaucn uuiinit Wednesday who talked
over the oampalgn with the several
Democratio candidates- Laird II. Bar-
bm' Esl0' Mauch Chunk presided as
cnairmanof the meeting and G. W
Morthlmer, of the Oarbon Advocate,
Lehighton, was secretary.
A committee that had waited on'
Michael Cassldy, chairman of the
Democratic oouuty committee, wero
Informed that he Intended to support
the county ticket but that he would
not support Hon. Allen Craig, for
Following some dlscdsslou It was
decided that a committee of six should
bo appointed by Mr. Craig to look after
his Interests In this Judicial District.
The meeting then adjourned.
Among those present wero Judge
Price, 3. W. Esser, District Attorney
Fisher, County Treosurer Jim T.
Mulhearn, J, M. Breslln, Dr. W. L.
Kutz, W. H. Reber, Jno. Kistler.
"Atiionir the Clilueae,"
A graphic and realistlo description of
all the Manners, Customs aud Langu
age of the Chinese, and a highly pic
turesque Chinese Tableau, will be
given in the M. E. Church, by the Rev.
Fred Poole, from Central china
Monday eveulug, at 7 30 o'clock. Mr,
Poole will be attired lu Native Dress,
and will be assisted by twelve Ladios
and JGentlemen; in beautiful Chinese
Costumes, representing the various
classes of people In China. The lecture
will also be Illustrated by a num ier of
Curiosities oollectefl by Mr. Poole dur
ing his residence in the Empire.
The following Oriental Characters
will be represented. Chinese and
Japanese Ladies and Children, Chinese
Bride, Mandarin, Buddhist and Taoist
Priests, Students, Soldiers, Japanese
Tuesday evening, Oatober 10th 1883
at 730 o'clock. Mr. Poole will deliver
a Missionary address on "Scenes from
Life In Ceutral China," Illustrated by a
large number of new and Interesting
StereoDtioau Views, a silver oelleotlon
will be taken.
Sunday, Ootober 8th. at 3 o'clock in
the Afternoon Mr. Poole who will be at
tired lu Chinese Costume will deliver
an address on "Child Life lu China."
In the eveuirg, Mr Poole will give
thestorv of the recent Antt foreign
Riots iu I'e trail tiiu'i and thi irr tf.ctt
land lu,i i .aoim. ..t-.an a Urge J ,tuiy
atone llui.e i Uie iiauu. Uaiik oaiu
aud oth-r , uut t,uildiug, wiU
i , 1 1 j i i .,. , ti j n,,,.
ui l'.i.l, .ill. i s n i. ,it,,r, ,
siKhLjim , ( , ,,. i j
v OIua Uu.u. kuiUrsu
Inn i) anai air in I
I emBrffr 1 ' ,f,-
'tln hi , i , I. i i fi' in lt,,i,.l
SI'lCY IMI'I'EnlNUS 11II1EF1.Y EVITO
The Doings of the Week Interleadeil With
Do you want anything In tho line
of job printing f If so, leave your
order with the Advocate Very lowest
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth
Heller was largely attended. Reys,
Miller and White, of Allentown, offici
ated, interment was made In the old
Married, at the Evangelical parson
BgebyRey. B. 11. Miller ou Friday
evening Sept. 20th, Lewis A. Strohl to
Jflss Susanna Kromer, both of North
Jacob Eck drives a handsome and
well-made surry which he has just pur;
cnased from II. R. Kreidler.
The regular monthly meeting of
council was adjourned from Monday
last until next Monday evenlug at
wuich time all members aro wanted
A grand chicken aud waff el supper
will bo held In Laury's Hall on the
evening of the 13th for the benellt of
the Reformed congregation. The
affair should be well patronized.
John Smith and family, former
reldents of this neighborhood, have
returned after a fifteen years residence
iu the west.
Adam Housor spent last Saturday
at tho. bedside of his father who Is
quite seriously ill at his home In Penn
Argyl, Northampton county.
A. A. Beltz aud wife Sundayed at
Baylor's Lake, Monroe county's pretty
Nathan Snyder Is still further
improving tho Interior conveniences of
his Popular Bazaar by the erection of
a cashier office iu the centre ot the
J. It Lentz and wife returued ou
Btu rday even lug from two week's visit
at the World' Fair, Chloago.
Sunday evening Rev. T. A.
Huber, Pku. ft draco Reformed
chuioh, liiiEleton, forms.- at Welss
port, will loavo for Chicago and tu
Reuben Aruer, of Loug Run, had
two lingers on his right hand badly in
jured while following his nyocatlon at
I'ackerton last Friday,
Wm. Solt and family left for Bait!
more, Md., ou Monday, where Mr. Solt
will taae a three years course In tho
Baltimore college of Physicians and
The employees of the Franklin
Mill aro working oyer time In order
to keep up with the rush of orders,
Tho directors of the Carbon
County Improvmeut Company held
their regular monthly meeting on
Monday. Among those In attendance
were Messrs. Waltors and Johnson, of
O. J, Saeger left on Monday for a
trip turough York state where he will
make extensive purchases of apples, io.
u.j. saeger sold 8000 baskets of
peaches during tho past season.
Douglas Aruer on Monday took
charge of the post office here, succeed
ing Amos Marsh. The office will con
tiuue in the Laury building. Mrs.
Arner will be the general assistant and
she will be assisted by Miss Annie
This neighborhood will now have
some protection in event of fire. Levi
Horn, has purhased a'force pump from
the Slatlngton Are department.
A. V. Snyder mixed some "Rough
on Rats" with bran and sprinkled it on
the Uoorln his stable last Thursday
night with the Intention of e.ttermi
uating rats. Buring tho night, how
ever, his horse became loose and got at
the poisoned bran. Friday night the
animal was dead.
Elizabeth, relict ot the late David
Heller, died on Thursday evening, of
general debility consequent to old age
Interment was made Monday afternoon
Rev. Miller and H'hlte olffcatlng at the
last sad rites. Deceased had brought
ner age to ai years. She was a firm
belloverjin the Christian faith aud had
many warm, slnoere friends. The
children who survive are Mrs. Aug.
Oswald with whom she had made her
home, Mrs. Joseph Buck and Mrs.
A grand shooting tournament will
oome off at the Franklin House on the
10th and 20th Instants. There will be
seven target events on the first day.
The second day's sport will be the
shooting at 800 One large live pigeons.
American Association rules will govern
tbeshootiug. There wllle extra traps
for umateures and Ave unknown traps
for live birds. The eveut la under the
management of John Rehrlg, Jr., ono
of Pennsylvania finest and moat cele-
b rated shooters.
A New and Important Art.
At the last session of the Legislature
section six of the act regulating the
elections lu this Commonwealth ap.
proved Jan. 20th, 1871, waa ameuded to
read as follows:
In all election districts where a va
ranry exists by reason of thedisqualifl.
iiiou, oi tne otiicer, or by remuval, re-it,-Qat
i. m, death, or other oause in an
i- tion board heretofore eleoted or ap
lntej, the Judje or Judges of the
It -urt of ( ummou Pleas of the proper
auty upou proof furulshedthat sueh
va-itry or vai-auoies exUt shall at any
ttma before auy general, tniinleliNil or
1 3 1111 said vacancies, to oondnot
e election lu said districts aud In the
apj niDtment of inspector In auy eleo-'i-u
li t.k-t, both shall not be ot the
vmii.cilittcttl party and the Judge of
ti u shall la all cases be of the
(.-lit iral party haviug the majority of
iu sai I (Untiiot as uearly aa the
Mi. lge r Judges oau ascertain the
Urt, and m cases of the disagreement
oftho Judges as to the selection of the
I . . -i.-'ct urs the ilitloal majority of the
n. igei snail select oue of wieli inspect,
i . und ttie mluority Judge eel eat the
i In I'
iioaw., ot m. .uosos fti o, tne pop
ular clothiers aud hatters. Pirtt. .lr,
hw. juat returned fmm the cities where
be purcttaeed the largest aud hand
laomt tin,- f .nereoaU ever brought
I., tin, ,ivti..n The ouau arelubt '
medium ami heaiy wettthu, and Tare !
uu,iii .n.,-. for style end nuujs. The !
,p;uaM uanuot be matohedby any of our
I competitor. Cell aud see ftnm.
iiiiikf .uSTiox of. vrmsitM mi.
INOS UN the hail.
Short I'lirngrapha That Will boot Inlereal
to the Itallroad Itove.
t Oeu. P. C. Doyle, of Buffalo, epe.
ral freight agent of the northern divi
sion of the Lehigh Valley, has been ap-
pointed collector of the port at Buf
falo by President Cleveland.
t James O'llrlan, of WIlkes Barre.
who for many years has been a detec
tive, and who recently severed his con
nection Willi the Interstate Detective
Agency, has been reappointed to his
former position as detective ou the
Lehigh Valley Railroad
I Tho Jersey Ceutral statement for
August shows gross receipts tl.281.313.
a decease of e.10,001 from 1802, but tho
operating expenses were t720,421, which
is Mi.iHii deceased Is therefore $21,785.
t 'lbo Lehigh Valley offices lu Phlla
delphia will shortly be removed from
thoir present quarters to the seventh
floor of tho new Philadelphia & Reading
termiual depot ut Twelfth und Market
Streets, that city.
I A bill lu equity was Uled at Phlla
delphia on Filday by attorueys rep
resenting Alfred Sully, of New York
asking the United States circuit court
to direct foreclosure proceeding:
ugaiust the Philadelphia aud Reading
iiauroad and Coal and Irou Compaules,
under the incomo mortage. The suit
was unexpected by railroad's officials,
IL. I. Glerlng has been awarded thn
contract for repairing and maintain
ing all the time pieces in use by the
Lehigh Valley Rail Road from Jersey
Ulty toL.it B, Junction and branch
roads. This coutruct inciudos the
time pieces In use in all the shops, sta
nous, ouices, on locomotives, or
wherever u time piece is used, practt
tally covering Lehigh Valley Rail Road
JAn oxchange says that all the
Lehigh Valley cars iu and around
Pottsvllle nre being repainted. Tho
color will be the same as that ot the
P. & R. Pullman cars, with the except
ion of the gilt stripes, which will be
palntod yellow. The work has already
WHO. and will bo pushed -S3 "llrat aa
the cars can be placed in tho shops.
X All the brakemen, conductors, en
glucers aud llremon ou the Wyoming
division, as well as those on the Hazlo.
ton aud Mohauoy divisions of the
Lehigh Valley huve been Instructed to
inform the division superintendent
now long they havo been In the com'
ally's employ. It is said that this Is
done for the purpose of ascertaining
who aro the most worthy lu tho line of
C. II. 1IOWEK DEAD.
A Well-known Lehighton Clllleu l'ai
Following an Illness of only a day
Carl Harrison Bowor. of First street
died on Thursday eveulng ut about
8. 40 o'clock of what is supposed to
have been heart failure. A week previ
ous he had sprained his right aukle
und a few days followiug ho contracted
a severe cold but his friends wero not
apprehensive of any seriousness iu his
coudition aud his death was therefore
a great shock both to his family and
many friends. Interment took place
on Tuesday afternoon from his late
residence opposite ths post office.
O. H., was a son of Gotlolb Bowerand
first saw tho light of day in Derleus
ville, Northampton county on the 21lh
day of Jauuary iu the year 1821. He
was but a child of tender years wheu
his parents moved to this place, thou a
wild.and unpretentious village. His
aged mother still survives. For many
years deceased was connected with the
Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co., and later
a: id considerable contracting. During
later years in co-partnership with
others he did much prospecting for
coal anil had leased mauy acres of laud
back of Last Mauch Chunk. He also
was Interested lu paint ore mining in
Lower Towamensing. He was nomi
nated some years ago by the Republi
can party for county treasurer and was
defeated by only a few votes by George
uolau,of I'ackerton. Since the death
of his wife, about five years ago be has
lived almost retired.
The deceased is survived by oue
daughter and one son, Mrs. Charles
Selfert, of Lehighton, aud Dr. C. II
Bower, tho secretary of the Lehighton
Board of Health. There are four
brothers aH,of whom are prominent 111
business affairs, Elwin Bauer, of East
Mauch Chunk; George Bauer, of Cuta-
sauqua; Frauk, ot Allentown, anil Nel
son Gratiot oouuty, Wisconsin. George
is an ex-sherltf of Lehigh oouuty aud
Frauk is the present sheriff. Nelsou
is also uu ex-sheriff, having sewed the
office lu bis home county. The survi
ving sisters are Mrs. Reuben Iluusickor
Mrs. Cettu, the widow of Phaon Clause,
and Mrs. William Warner, of EastPenu
HISrilllLIUANS NOMINATE IIEVDT
The Judicial Conference Unanliuoee In
Naming ltlui for the Ultlce.
William Edmunds, of Beaver Meadow
B. J. Hunts, of Lehighton and David
G. Watklns, of Nosquehouiug, repre
sented the Carbon county Republicans
aud Mickey Casaidy at theJudioial
Conf erenoe at Stroudeburg last Thurs
day. The unanimous vote of the con
ference wasgirento Horace lleydt.Ekq.
ot Lehighton, and he wiw uoraluated
for President Judge.
Mr. Heydt then made u siieeuh aud
declared that he was not being used as
Suit for blander.
Iter. J. S. Newliart, ot Mauch Chuuk,
had a writ of capias ad respoudum, lu
treaspaea, wir slander, Issued from the
Prothonotary's office Tuesday morning
agaltwt Reuben ktuyder, of Lower Towa
meuelug township, this county. The
papers are now lu the bauds of Sheriff
U'ebb who will serve them on bojder
tomorrow. Snyder U charged with cir
culating alauderoua reports concern
ing Newhart, the details of which are
totally unfit for publication. Prom
Mauch Chuuk '1'tmea.
v . .....
. On No...ub.r loth.
"r Daur, the reliable specialist at
llJuletou, will be at the tUotuuuie
Hotel, Lhtahtou, tor all who need Isle
$1.00 a Year in Advimo
i car ah AUVRHO
- COUNTY. '4
Short Siiull,. .,, ArouMj crboa
County DUhrd Up for Our Iteaden.
The Reformed Ministerial Associa
tion of the Upper Lehigh Valley trill
hold Its Fall meeting on Monday next
at the Reformed parsonage, Weatherly.
In the evening special services will be
held In the church,
Faunle Siddons, the demented
woman who esoaned fmm ., r
towu almshouse last month, h..
yot beeu fouud. tsovoral parties claim
to have seen her In the woods between
1-reeland ami KuJr t?., j .
, , u, auu irpm
the description, they give Poor Dlrea.
tor Monroe Is Inclined to believe
, """" wauuenng about In that
locality. There Is attO reward for her
D. J. McCarthy, of Freeland will be
the speakerat the Father Mathew tem
perance ooiebratlou at Lansford on
Weatherly silk mill has closed for aa
Indellulte period, and 000 employes,
principally small girls, are out of
Mrs. James Schoch died at her home
In Beaver Run last Friday night at the
ago of 13 years. Deceased was a native
of Monroe county and was the daughter
of Jacob Carroll. Interment was made
in the Lehighton Cemetery on Tuesday
Rev.J.II.Kuder, of Trinity Lutheran
Church officiating. Deceased was an
estimable lady aud her aeath is sin
Tho Young Men's Christian Assoeis.
tion of .Mauch Chuuk will lay the
corner stone of their new building
" omuruay, ut jp, m. Word has
been received from the following nf
their intention to be present: Stat
Secretary Hurlburt, Secretary Geo. A.
Warburton, of the Railroad Depart
ment, New York City; Rey. Edsall
Ferrier, D. D., of Easton. and Mr. Chas.
Webster of the Lehigh Valley Ran
Jacob Casseline, foreman at the
Weatnerlysilk mill met with an anrdrlnnt.
Tuesday that will iu all probability re
suit iu his death. He was engaged In
putting ou a belt and had sucoeedsd In
o doing when In some mauaer his
clothes eauylit in Urn LoIl and in an
luetanthowas being whirled around
the pulley. A slgual was given, but
before the engineer could ston thn
engiuo his slothes were torn Into
shreds aud he dropped to the floor
more dead than alive. He had several
ribs broken and was badly bruised.
The Union llible Initltnte.
A largo aud representative Trnlnn
Meeting was hold on Monday evening
Iu the M. E. Church which was presid
ed nvor by Rev. Dungau the pastor,
Addressos on the Book of Romans were
delivered by the pastors of the Luther.
au, Re formed, Evangelical auel the M,
Churches. Duncan Macdrecor re.
ported Bible Institute formed or to be
formod lu Welssport, Parryvllle, Blat
lngtou, Upper .Vauch Chunk, East
Mauch Chuuk, Weatherly. Ao in Car.
bon county iu additiou to other conn.
tics. There will thus soon be material
enough for u county convention Rev.
Kuder offered the Lutheran chnrch
for the next meeting Monday Oct. SOth
which was gratefully accepted. Both
tho people aud tho pasters are united
in me endeavor to make the Bible
tustitute permanently successful. The
uext lesson Is Corinthiaus and Ephsl-
uus. Everyone shonld road
We Inrlte You All to Our
Grand opening Monday October 0th,
iree concert iu tbe eveulng, where we
will show you a full line of ImnortArl
and domestic pieces of goods all-wool
suits und overcoats to order from $13
upioeio.UO which are the best goods
for the price ever shown iu this region.
a magnificent stock of the latest styles
of ladles and misses coats, surpass any.
thing ever shown, and we will save
you 33 per ceat. ou all purchases and
pay vour cur fare, by giving us a chance
for your inter goods at the One Price
Star Clothing Hall, Mauch Chunk.
On the let and and
Of each mouth Dr. Bowers, the well.
euecessiui specialist will
be at the Welssport House, Welssport.
where he will be nleajind tn rn.M. il
those desiring his services, tf.
The Fountain Head of strength.
When wn reonltM-l thl 11, a,n.n...k i.
grand laboratory In which food li tranafornird
rnoi the accretions weltli furulih yi It I tbS
lutein alter entering aud enrloblng rk btoodi
that It It, lu abort, tne fountain "eaaio
strength, ll it euentlnl to keej' tuls liiportejt
supulilmr machine in imlerTaud to restore It
Io activity uru It eecotnrs Inacllre" Tola
llusteller'aStoniiu.li run.... h-
r'ul and reinlorcuig
dlne.ll.Kl, iiroinoiliiu- due actum ot the Urer
and bonds, Strength and quietude el I 0.e
ilfJLV,'"1'.'.'.1 " ureal Measure upon taorouilT
dtgeMlon. ll,.,. i. no nervine tonli loon!
.'aS'Uu.0?"!?!1 b7 '""loal fraternity thn
Ue nitteri. PliiakiUni also slroatljcniaVend
It for chill, aud lever, rheumatism. XWnVy Yiid
Ma4. trouble, slcs headache, and wan "l
.Ductile alul aiwen Tuir uin. , .... ..'
times a day. ' suree
ral las Will Mot Death Bravely.
BADCELOVA. On 3 - Illa, Hi. h.
1st sod would tie isain nf Oeu. ral Mar
tinez de Ctmpna, will be .hot either this
afternoon or tomorrow. The condemned
man continue, to maintain hi. narfaeiwi
composed bearing, which haa shown no
ensnge rince his arrest, save when he bade
a last tareweii to his little children, wken
he broke down and cried bitterly as he
kissed and fondled them. He declares
that be ha. no fear of death, and bl. man
ner and conversation show that he Is tell
ing the truth He ha. tald that ha would
refer to face tbe men detailed to kill blm
bat If this is not to be he I. content 1 dl.
with the back to the firing party, as the!
court uariiai ordered.
Rrua.wla'. Telluw rever Tlctlaae.
BECKSWICK. Gl . Ot S - There waa nf.
totally reported yeeterday one death from
renew lever anu aixteen new eaaea. Then
ars now eighty-three eases under treat
mess. 1 nere le now only about one week'
supnlyof provisions on hand, and thed.
raand for relief U IncreaalDg. An average
ot i.euu oeoDie. are oailtjed.
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