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Is a specially with tw.
We have one low price for all.
Come and learn our prices.
Pio-Nioand Sale Bills.
All kinds ofbhmlebookt.
Let us hate your orders
For anything in thU line.
Creates many a New Business,
Enlarges many an Old Business,
Recivee many u Dull Business,
Rctonet many a Lust Business,
Saves many a Failing Business,
Ircsones many a Lurge Business,
Means sueccss in. All Business,
"INDEPENDENT" " LIVE AND LET LIVE."
Lohighton, Carbon County, Ponna. October 14 1893
$1.00 a Year in Advano
VOL XXI. No. 47
-THE ADVOCATE PRINTS THE LOGAL NEWS AND IS THE LARGEST ONE DOLLAR PAPER IN CARBON CQUNTY.-
Our large Fall Stock is open
ed and marked at such Low
Pricea that cannot fail to attract
the attention of buyers.
Look at a few of the many
Bargains we have for you:
Best Lancaster Ginghams 5c
Best Indigo blue prints 5 a yard
Good Dark Prints 4c a yaru.
Crashes 31c ner vard.
Canton Flannels from 5c and up.
.Suitings in Plaids at 5c a yard,
Our line of Dark Outings
cannot be equalled or shown by
yna firm in this valley as for
Styles, Quality and Prints.
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,
Mist Btrast, between South and I'lum street,
OF STATE NEWS
MatterB of Interest from All Over
ll.OUAI. MATTKBS or MOUK
PRESENTED IU BRIEFEST FORK.
It LKSS I " BNHp onoi vamrn vaicnei iniio uno
Coin and Go Among Their Friends In
.A. J- ChrifitmRTi. of Cnxhnn. mnrie
ccurtn. . ..... - U8 B pleasant visit on Timasday.
ween reninenuT cp.,om.. , r , ,john Dries and wife, of Northamp
UUTIIllCS FltO.M IIUHlNESR ACTIVITT
The CAIUION ADVOCATE l'asses Into the
llandi of a Company. The Sr. Morlhl-
tiier Itetlrlng ARer SO Yean Active
The Morthimer Publishing and
Printing Company, limited, Is tho new
Crime, en Casualties of Every Char-
.... v. ha Nwi Oatliereri ol
the Different Localities nd carefully carpets at Henry Schwartz's.
ton. were tho guest, of Tneo. Schaller ?1T '0'e "paner and Job print-
-Fine teams for all purposes at the and family, on Bankway. 7 " . 4 . ,
South End Livery. ..Ex-sheriff Thomas Koons who Is In 1 0. .T """" "
Full line of Ingrain and Brussels the lime, coal and cattle business In L ', 7. . .. ... . , '
........n. a.rf.. 4i.i.ii.i.i . .f ,,,., manlnthlssectionofthesfate. After
being in the harness for almost a half
-Fashionable clothing for every- tho early week making purchases of L6ntury tUe 8enlor roUreg from the
nZ ..rangier.' wll hang "on I -M. Loses Co, have a full line of Ed Brannlx, of Philadelphia, was j. U I conduct ed under tie
,W. 10.Ben Tennis, th. Loj 4 Co.. Oberts Blocfc cattle.
' . .... I t Tuab A Hn hnvA n full Una nf I
activity of business and tho business
Dec. 7, the governor yesterday signing the latest styles hats and caps.
T,t,.nWJ,0I..SUUdT Ed !? ne "' UortbeMorthlmor Publishing and
HALF-CENT A WORD.
AtfTtrtliemenU under tlili head at a half-cent
j word tab lnterUoo. This U the cheapest ana
tout dTrtUlna medium out. If you have any-
uivioieuorrenitrriuii cneap utjii..iij,.
AdrtrtiteioeDU must he paid In advance.
tyib iiMtal dark fa.iv Htft!)lon. aliteen and
a hall hand high, twelve yeari old, perfect
ly sale ana souua m every particular. m v
told cheap fcrcuh, Apply to George F. Buck,
VIGItANT TWICE A WINNER
She Defeats the Eosllak Cotter In Both
LltkH and Heavy Brasses.
Nbw Yom., Oct. . The Btlt of the In
ternational raeea for the America's CUD.
between Lord Dunraven's Valkyrie and
the eup defender Vigilant, was sailed Sat
urday in a rather light breeie, and resulted
In a victory for the American boat. The
course was thirty miles to leeward and re
The offlclal Azures show that the Araer
can boat beat the British craft 7 mln. 88
sec on elapsed time, from which must
death warrant. Just make it a point to see David Philadelphia's most energetic young t.i..h ..
-SF.Sl.Z':' ,t.i. , .r. e when you wantateam for bnsl- men. n.Uv. nf R ',. . ,,,
rested'bere yesterday for irylnK to drown ness or pleasure. Lowest prices. . .Ed Jones, wife aud baby of Bank- tbe 1gut of d ueor Edlnboro ln 1828.
himself In the Ijckawanna river. He was The best stocked Jewelry store ln way, spent last Sunday at Ilroadheads- ,,, irtarnB(i tua ... r,...---..! i 1,1.
-bwu-ti. ufuu u. .. ... flhiink atnrn. DM vnn is-a Mia now . .Twn irnnlnl. Inrlftl nnlrltji. Rlnnlrlo . . . .
Chestir, Pn., Oct.K. rroressor Josian -- - --- --- -- , ;," ' "' America wnen a ooy. lie worked
Jaokson, of the Pennsylvania State ool- goods Just received from New York Schwartz and T. Webster Clauss are under Horace Greely on tho Tribune:
lege, died quite suddenly at tbe residence City, this week. home fr m a three weeks trip to Chlca- iioninittnn fho irorl,l c-.ii-.i
of hU sister. Dr; Hannah J. Price, ln this ,)o r0 want to 8ee . heaatltn, ... 0 and mi.ur otller Dlaoea of lnterest in H ... .!.'
oltr. agedM. He was rated as one 01 tne . .... . . . V . iiikiuiii joiir, noiug iuiu m-
leading mathematlclsns of the state. !I0IJSe"tf of B""r B?0,s f Go to E-11 tne u. most eve,7 Port of the civilized world;
ScRANTOif, ra., Oct. ja.-Tcrrenoe m. '". ..ouss rmuu mm, vu in 1601 he enlisted in the war and ser
TlnUnd. a well known resident of Dun- Latest fitvln nrnmnnf j nt AT Isiitna I rintlno- RnlnRladv In Clias. (loth's wall j, a. .
. n.,. i,,v. . ' " - veu turee years, receiving au nonoraoje
"SfwSSi? traTe" C' ioe , di8ohar- Brtumlng from the war In
train thundered along and cut him to -Invitations are out for the mar- Mauch Chunk. 1805 he started a newspaper, the Uulon
pieces. He was S3 yearn oldaodunmar- rlage of Ed Braunlx, of Philadelphia, ..Miss Katie Bortolette, of Phlla- pBK at Mauch Chunk, which he sold
n.u. , . ,... 10 anssaiary, me esumaoie aaugnter ueipma, is a guest at tuej.u. ubooj to a syndicate of which the late Chas.
li : National Suirf, head,u.r- " "".a-oueri, on ine evening ot tne .eswenco ou r.m street. Albrlght was on0. The papor wa9
ters this morning granting an honorable 2h in the Lutheran church. .."Billy" Weloh, the champion merBod Into the Mauch Chunk Gazette
discharge to Colonel John I. Itogere, late "Jack" Hagenbuch, of Bankway, is knight of the razor was at the No. In the early 70's In partnership with
Judge advocate of the National Guard, abletomeve about again following a zareth fair last Thursday. George Boyle he started the Miner's
office Tin "subsequent order. seriou9 1Iln68S of seTeral weks- . . Mrs. Ed. Hunslcker and daughter Dally Advocate at Hazletou, tho first
CiBLiSLi, Pa Oot. 12,-The Lutheran The first ward choir has had sever- Emma and Laura, Airs. George Esch, morning dally eyer published in that
ynod of western Pennsylvania met yes- al additions to its membership this Mrs. A. K. Miller and Miss Sallle 0ny jom Hazleton In 187 he moved
tdV.je WOek- An admirer says that BenJ. has Clauss were at Danlelsvllle on Wed- to 0,, and comme"n0ed the
MrivtZKtR his mnslo In his feet and George In his nesday attending the funeral of a publication of the Carbo Advocate
Meohanlcsburg! treasurer, nev. Jerry uari, nat. uer;eui uuuie. which by a close attention to business
York; secretary, Hev. J. A. Mentzer, Han-1 On Monday Eve., Oct 10th the ..Mrs. A. L. Campbell aud her sister bard work) persistent effort and an
over. I original attraction "Slda Tmnlinfl" Miss Tillle Schoch. of Lansford. sneut l.,nii.i 1 j.
nntwinirnn Pa. Oct. 11 One of the I . . . ' . . . . ; . uuuwkuuiK uckoiuiuubtuu uaa ue-
.rSSS'J. f .. ;v nil ln the direction of S. J. Rawson. Thursday with relatives and friends ln TeloDB,i lnto onB n, tllB ,mRt. nlttn(a ,n
this county f years occurred at Bater- will bo given at the Lehlghton Opera towu. the Interior of the state. Mr. Morthi-
vll e between tne Hungarians oi tne mo- llouse. "Bide Tracked" has a funny Miss Mluule Peters spent a tow clays mer wllt llve well eatlsfled to
ball and Dlythedale mlnes.ln which .lubs. n,,T0A SQenes. a bi i000motlve. lo lhl wmIc with Ue Creek friends. t.i. . 4.
and durlna which three Hune were terrl- cars and the finest passenger trains. . .P. J. Klstler Is at the World's Fair o a haif COnturT of activltv. He will.
bly Injured, two of them fatally. It also has a versatile company of Chicago. however, from time to time contribute
Lavoaster, Pa.. OoUlO-The state W. comedians and meohanlcal novelties. ..Mrs. Hagerman, of Labhaska, Pa., to the editoral exp ression of thispaper
C. T. U. elected the following pmoers: rtnnt fall fn oaa n 1- , . . 1 nn ai ....1 r.mii. . f K
Pr..d.nt. Mn Anna M. Hammer, of . T B,"liT" in tie same fearless manner as In the
r " . . . . . . .. I HOr SRIA A naiv nno hnroAlnn li ir-of ctraat I .
jVhlladelphla; corretponaiDS lecreiary, i iuu i.wuvTvvv, past.
Mra. Hftbeof li. unamoeri.oi .eurovi ouwu waKuu wm uu suiucueap, Ap- . . ai ureenawauana warren otrauss- The members of the new Arm are his
recordfna' itoretarr. Mra, Olive Fond I nln toC. W. Rwah if traPna-a at nurtrtct.iiT-rvi.icf Rnmiov I ......
Vi. rTf Phtlrl.nh!iii treasnrer Mrs m. v lUree sons, u, v. Aiortnimer, Jr., WHO 13
J A . " 1 1 r, " 7L V." .V.V il I TheHnest line of overcoats ever ..Robert Stransberrr and family
dent-at-large.' Mrs. Mary n.' Jonee, of brought to tbls section will be found spent last Sunday at Slatlngton with Morthimer. who is editor and business
Phiiaaeipma. at ai. losos x uo., firsf street. friends. manager; Thos. E. Morthimer, who Is
Mdnn.V,?C -GranvlUe Clauss, one of our popu, ..Rev. Charles Clauss, of Strftuds-Uneral raperrlsor and foreman In the
road waa drowned at Cranberry lake. N. lar y0UD man arlTes a Pre"y d0 c"" b"B wa3 " to during the week, the newspaper office,
J. A boat containing his post, satohel and "no saw that many a fair one grows guest of his mother. He Is accomgan- The new company begs a share of
ashing tackle was rouna in tne mioaie ei envious as Jranvllle speeds over Le- led by his wile and baby, the patronage of the people and solicits
nelJ Adr lfc.nk.nfl.U w JSt blghtoD streets -bJ hts sIde- . . Hugh Jennings, of Baltimore, Md, the continued support of all the people
old' and leaves a family residing InBethle- Horaoe Gross, of Bangor, Pa,, a where ha had been playing profession. In the same generous measure as In
hem. He was one 01 tne uest xnown con- tormer L,eniguton Doy, is Ulllng a posl- al ball during the past season, stopped the past,
duotors oa the road. tlon with Swartz fc Bros., tinners and I nvAr nt llrplv Thlirhfin n7bllA An rnntn I
NoanisTOWs, Pa., Oct. 13. A bold rob- i,,mi,0 . P.f .,., ... . .... .... , ST. .ioiin'S oilmen case.
bery was oommltted at an early Hour ln ; ""'" .
the morning at the resldenoe of X. L. n0- -atjrey, for some time with the friends wero much pleased to see
Hlltner, a wealthy resident of Franklin Central Company at Coalport. has ac. him. The Matter Uecldes That the Defendants
avenue. The burglars sorted ou t all the cepted a position with tho Valley Com- Shall Be Ousted.
rpproprlateTth. brtand r so ted tho Pa"J ' t Packerton. -mow S waucn t,nunK jewelry btore The master ln the Bethlehem Evan-
.T: ... . . ' m.. I V tr tt-. il. . . . IQ thA nlaAA tn find K HnA o utHnn rf I . .. n
wblca showeu tne euects or wear, xneiri uui, me iuaucn ununal r u-i geiicai uuurcn case, tne itev. J. u.
LORD DUXBaVIlt. O. OLIVIB ISELIS.
K. Janetad the allowance of 1 mln. sSsec.
due the Valkyrie, and there Is left tbe
American the victor by S mln. 48 sec
New York, Oet. 10. Yesterday was
Great Britain's day so lar as weamer tor
& vaaht ran. waa concerned, and T)rd Dun
raven and all of the crew of the rakish
black ontter were happy when they went
down the bay In the morning.
O. Oliver Iselln and the gallant crew of
the white cup defender were the happy
onee when the yachts came back ln tbe af
ternoon. They led a triumphal procession
of yachts and excursion crait up tne nar
bor, for the Vigilant had added anothei
uniu csmriEto. captain hakeem.
victory to her soon. She hail walked away
from the Valkyrie ln A wind that topped
the seaa with foam aod drove clouds of
snrav over Her weatber bow.
The first of the International races waa
a run to leeward and return, aud that of
yesterday, the second lu the aeries of three
In fire, was a trluuRular course of thirty
mllss.teu mileatotbeleg. The oup defender
gained 4 mln. 45 sea In the first ten miles
tasking to the windward, 4 rnlu. 19 sc. ln
the second trn mile run, aud S mlu. and
M sea. In tbe last ten mltea. She crossed
the line ahead of the Valkyrie 13 mln. at
sea., actual liiue. To. Valkyrie was over
two miles astern when the Vigilant an.
Nxw York. Oct. 19. It was no man1
race resterdar. The Visitant and Valkvrli
tried hard to settle the International ques
tion aa to whton Is the queeu yacht of the
world, but after alternate spells of racing,
drifting and waiting for wind they gave
np the oootest at the expiration of tbe
time limit. Tha Vigilant waa leading by
about half a mile when the time expired.
Jleelh on the Hall.
WniTIKO, Ind., 0.ct. 11. Late yesterday
afternoon train No. 9. of tbe Pennsylvania
road, ran Into an open awltoh. causing tha
engine, mall car and two Pullmans to
leave the track. Tbe dead are: Henry
Warner, engineer; John Christie, fireman.
The accident occurred Just west of the
One Hundred and.Nlneteenth street oross
Ing. Three persons were Injured, Includ
ing the conductor, but none fatally, The
fireman was burled beneath the engine
and scalded to death by escaping steam.
plunder comprises 100 worth of olothlng. Jeweler, has Just returned from New tne most beautiful goods ever pro- Bliem et al. vs. the Rev. H. D. Shultz
a watch and chain and tas In cash. york cit wlth th ....,tm., dueed. If you want something choice fit. nl . nil nnttnii liomin hwtha nlolntiffei
aoa"'" wfrkingtn"h7LebwblCUd'l7g of beau"'ul watches, rings, jewelry and this is the place to And It at a reason- who belonged to the Bowman-Esher
of the Reformed Theological seminary, silverware ever brought to this section ttU'e Prl8- taotlon to oust the defendant, the
was assisting to plaoe a rafter ln position see his new goods It will do your eyes William Werner is having his host- Dubsltes, from St John's German
yesterday afternoon and waa standing g00(j. lery on top of the Mahoning mountain Evangelical Church and parsonage at
astride of its end. The timber slipped, tn - . . . . ... t. on the road leading to East Penn. im n,..KiK i .... ....
throwing Hovery up Into tbe air ana uen " io . . , -- : ul uis
to the irroui '. flftv feet below. UU skull choose from, E. n. Ilohl's. Mauoh proved and beautified on the Interior, defendants. Friday filed a longthv re-
was so baaiy crusneo. mat tne orain oo.eq chunk jewelry store. 1 or lne aooommoaauon oj parties no port ln favor of the plaintiffs, holding
broken1 HeTL Weirs old imdlea've. -Tl"keU for free portraits at Rlshel's is Putting up a commodious dance hall, that the Indianapolis General Confer-
a wlfs and two children. gallery are good until December 1893. iuu ""mIUB Buu lmper UBUeluB is ence of 18U1 was the lawful conference
BcaaXTOS, Pa., Oct. 10.-A terrldo r- unesapeak Bay Oysters Cheap. 8 oouuieu uy uo 0f tne association and had power to
piosion oi gas ocourrou m me uojumuia rme uysters only cents per quart "' oouduoti pass upon an tne questions luvoiveu.
colllsry, Old Forge, by which Thomaa flsh tmite w.II.Ov.W.mn workman. a brief synopsis of the master's re
burned and Thorn". Hl.Domlnto MT- lghton and Welssport every day -The Volunteer Fire Organization port is as follows: The master finds
Ism. John Hoan and P. MoNuity, all ot manoning weunesdavs sndSatnnhn ul " .uurauay, uoi tnat tne general conference or tne
Duryea, seriously injured. The men were afternoon. 19 th, hold their first annual parade. Evangelical Association, held at Buffalo
tJTSSol -Rings, Ring,,gold rings in all the Tlie parade will take place at 3 o'clock ltt 18S7. lawfully acted under the 71st
was set off by a naked lamp before they latest artlstio designs a magnificent a,ter wh'!h their new engine house aud section of the dlscplollne ln referlng
were aware of Its presence. The explosioa and tremendous large stook to solect roomswl 11 oe Iorm any opened. A grand the matter for approaching the place
tore dowa oonsldsrable timbering. from t P. lr irM. nr...... reception will be held in the evening, for thA iitunr.i mnf.mn i,a
BOTLISTOWII. Pa.,0ct.T. WallaceBurt, toic. to whloh all the flradBDnrtmAntunf tl, ,..., . i,,i..i.. T.
eh. h.l hr.l Oh.rok.e Indian, wha Is """"'' .7 . . ------ "." ("""'""""i j-puiunuK in
- z - T . . . I n . i Hiirmiinn ner finnnnoa narAitaan itiviraii mi.. il. ai i. .
bslleved to be the murderer of the Right- iwvivat meetings nre ln progress In . " 7 umuupuiis mr iuo ue general comer
leys at Newtown a couple of weeks ago, the Presbyterian church undor the aus- delegation of Lehigh Fire Co., No. lf ence was proper and falrj that the
was given a hwring Ttd.y In the pices of the Evangelical congregation of town will attend. general conference held at Indlanapo
?,.hVchCOrdTuc'tld th.'.A,o,trhn:,;om: -WW Schoch, of town. eVoct to In Pf with genial Michael Uswasthe only lawfm conference'of
monwealth, while the prisoner was not leave on pet Monday for New Tripoli, Lsos'of tn0 Crystal Palace Clothing the Eyangelioal Association; that the
represented by counsel. After the examl- where hn hn ..,i.i n -i..... Hall, the editor en joyed a most delight- the general conference had iiirls.llnHnn
nation of a number of wltnesse. Burt waa I ... ful drivo through the Mahoning and to determ!n tho vMMtv nf thA ,i.i.
rnurdlr at ?hl NovemwVerm o'oouS -Henry Nolf drives a new horse in Cr60k ValIeys on last SundaJ' aud pensions of the bishop.and that
Allentown, Pa., Oct, 18. Hon. Daniel his passenger and baggage delivery stoPPln en rout Rt the splendid the method of procedure which they
Oreitx. ex-assemblvman and ex- warden of 'bus. The animal nnh.i . oountry home of that well known adoDted was in eonforniltv with the
the Lehigh county prison, died "tardaj ' DaTld Ebbert of Mahoning. Democrat, John II. Miller, where we law of the Evangelical Association; that
of abrokenheart. He. was turnedout of mu. were fed aud entBrtj.lnAH In hi. . .i,. t.- nn j ..u-'j
the warden'e office by the commissioners. iuou.ocuaiierwrotemore Business . . , - .-.,,,,,,, umu usas wuu u.
suspicion having been cast upon him In thau any other agent of the Prudential p manner. Through, the hered to him being the plaintiffs in this
connection with Muraerer k.cx s lutoio. insurance Co, in this section during 1 reeK valley w0 mel maD o'" case, acted In harmony with the laws
iS't. ttVplSar th It and for doing so the , . . ..,, tha Evangelical Association and are
appealing to the people for a vindication, company presented him with a beautl- , 8 ,eT,Tal meetings being held entitled to the property of the St.
but v. as badly defeat.d. Disappointment ful silver water service, by the Meunonitos in an open tent on John's German Church of the Evan-
unsettled his mind ana be gradually pinea BoroU(h Treasnror straun ot hlrd street continue to grow in re- gellcal Association of Bethlehem.
IRMVliirl fifMUtt lo KU1n'.lnn A H.wua mfctuaii UUU 1DI IU1. JituL DUU
Uniostowv. Pa.. Oct. ll.-Th. failure "" vv'' .""'B '"ui" m mnMrtjl u ,
. T a (.r-.l.l. .k- n.....J ..-W. n mOUlUS 1 1 . ... uh.i.bu u
it.i!,.;. .,i 'f!.,,n.u..ih. . i. f.nnd tn I vVa,i,ii ,ia ii n. it. the Lehigh river, iust this Bide of the
h. n,.,h mnr- serious than was at flrat L4 .u . "Ta Mahoninir sldlntr. flrAr OfYin , A UleUapon th. Swl.cUbaek That Might
supped-. 111. ....u ..mount to about " " - "lJ wUn.sseJthe exercises and there waa
75.UUO, while ibe uauiiities wm r.acn.u .. f ,,,., An accident, which almoit bv
not exceed. 1178,000. A great many or the ur. w. u. M. Belple, of South street i.---- ...m, - - -
SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS.
BocletrThl-lllts of Interest to the Mem
her. of the Fraternity.
Secret societies in need of parapha
nalla, flags, banners, uniforms, etc.,
should consult H. V. Morthimer, Jr.,
who represents one of the largest firms
of Importers, manufacturers and
dealers In this country before purchas
Those now officers have been elected
by Gnaden Hutten Lodge of Odd Fel
lows of this town Past Grand, G. IK.
A, Reichard; Noble Grand, Thomas D.
Thomas; Vice Grand, Chas. E. Brink
man: Secretary. Thos. Seifert: assistant
Secretary, Frank J. Obort! treasurer,
sos. 11. rntzinger; it B. to ?. U., U. C.
nhi. T. a tr. t." ci ri.n.t.. n if.... t
S. to V. O., Al Vo'ho; L. S. to V. G., Geo!
w. uieui: conuuetor, donn J. uutz; i.
a f tr 1 1 .. . n ci ti t.i 1 1 .. I .
kj.. uuuu. v, a., inuioi vniu,
Chaplaiu, W. I. Peters.
Knights ot tho Golden Eacle Ann).
versary Day will be celebrated In Plilln.
delphia with an evening parade of the
Castles and Commanderles, Oct 20.
The formation will be at Broad and
Girard Ave., proceed up Broad to Dia
mond St., countermarch to Tasker St.,
lu x-uuiiu xiuiiaings anu uismiss. i'ast
Grand Chief and Brig. Gon'l Harry P.
Relnicke has been elected Chier Marsh
all. The convention oppolnted a Com
mltteeof Arrangements consisting of
members of the Castles mid Comman
derles with Past Chlof L. II. Tobln as
Fleetwood Castles. Nn. 374 K. n P.
of Fleetwood, was instituted Oct. 11 by
District Grand Chief Howard L Boas
District Grand Chief "Grand Gam.
ble and staff will institute Greene
View, No. 173, of Gammal, Oct 19.
Husking bees nre now the order of
Miss Kate Arncr, of Belmont. Iowa.
Is visiting the family ot Jacob Noth-
Mies Clora Sitter left on Tuesday to
enter the West Chester State Normal
Misses Katlo Fenstermacher aud
Sallle Walker, of Lehlghtoil, were
visiting in the Valley during this
Mr. aud Mrs. Lewis Zimmerman left
on Monday for a visit to the World's
F. D. Klingeman and wife, of this'
place, and Manuel Behler and wife, of
West Penn, were visiting at Nesquehon.
log over Sunday,
One day last week while threshlug
Thompson McLean had the misfortune
to get caught in the machine and the
big toe of his left foot torn off.
Moses Arner and family, of Morgan,
vllle, Kansas, who had been visiting
here for some months, left for their
Kansas home on Tuesday.
Tho sacrament of the Lord's Supper
was administered in S.t. John's church
on Sunday morning by Rev. W. 11
A seven months' old ahild of A, J
Oombert died last week. Interment
took place at St. John's church on Friday.
Lutheran rantore Meet.
The October meeting of the Pastoral
Association of the Upper Lehigh Valley
was held at tho house of Rey. E. A,
Bauer, on Monday. Those in attend
ance were besides the host: Revs. II.
II. Brunlg, White Haven; J. J. Kuuta
Conynsham: J. II. Schmidt. Freelantl!
. II. Kuder and W. H. Strruss, Le
hlghton; J. II. Longacre, Welssport
D. II. Stebolt, Summit Hill; L. Linden;
struth, Mauch Chunk.
The first hour was spent in discuss
lng two sermons, outlines based on
Matthew 12:30, by Revs. Kuntz and
Brunlg. Then followed the reading or
Malacbl, chapter 4, in Hebrew, with
grammatical aud exegetlcal remarks
by the brethren.
In the afternoon Rev. Kuntz read a
fine paper on the Levltes. The re
maiuderof the time was occupied with
the serious consideration of, the Sun.
day questions in all Its various bear.
lngs. Rev. Brunlg presented a very
carefully prepared paper on that sub
ject. The noxt meeting will be held on
Nov. Cth, at White Haven.
fir Klehara Vlatts Our Sapreme Ceart.
WAiaixaroit, Oct, 10. The opening day
sf tke October term ot th. .UDr.m. oourt
attraoUd an unusually l.rg. .nd n.tabli
atundano. of counsel and visitor, yester
dar. Tbe "observed of all observer." was
Sir BUbard Webster, attorney general ot
Roberts the Tl.tor.
New York. Oct. ..The International
billiard gam. of 10.000 points, between
John Roberts, the English champion, and
Trask C. Ives, tbe American, resulted In a
Tlct.ry for Ilobarts by a score ot 10,000 te
WAIFS EAGLE STORE,
jy Infeir,wQrds wa desire to call
U- to your notice a very Important
fict. It la this. We have as
ty large and fine aline of general
wa atore goods as you will And any.
tr where. Come and see us, let us
how you our goods and tell you .a-t
what our prises are. We deliver"
goods anywhere promptly and
without extra oharge whatever flJ
to th purchaser. Dotit pay big J
prices but some and soe us )
yirtt street. Op. Round Homes
fASSKNOGlU SUAKKN Ul
Hungarian and Italian cok. worker, bad slipped while going into his barn Tne, Prev6nted from running owing to the miraoie ma no cause injury to some
depositedtbelrsavlngslnMcCaleb'sbankt d a an(, sustained a fmrtn nf 'nn nf mass f P0Pl blocking the tracks. Qe. happened on the Switchback, at
mould. pl;.. o. ""' "T h..m.ni. . .,. . v7;-: Neversuch an outburst of faith was Mauon Chunk", on Saturday. A oar
iKWffanaTffir -V?r?... . witnessed herebefore. on which were number of Bethlehem
- -- -"-------rr v" very unraa , ..... ,i,ii , , im. j
eierxsintneuana.nav.arineuinemseiTe. . ,t ,. , t . n, nuunm ftewnart ana Wilton l -- "r"
to proteot tbe property of their employer. , ; r T Xander, representing Lehigh Lodge 29" dowu the "home stretch," broke an.
Seriou. trouble Is feared. IIa"7 Kreldler a wel kaown carriage , ' V . .: , Jh?TK '.TT t!a ,,h f,,mnA,i th. t-,.h ti,a .
ht.TrhViTn0;'? . terline on Bankway early Monday engera all escaped with a, slight shaki
Dre... of Phlllpsburg. Centre county, under a pair of mustang oouTeV that morning last and presented her with a 1"8P. The oar was a very old one
whom they arreted at that plao. on a .,,., ,f M. v.nJl ' ,a" check for 11000. the amount due her Persons who saw it say tbe axles were
of John George Span, wbodied over sixty fright and tr ed to run away. Voung ",.,, aB8lu it j . i ,j V ,.
years ago, and is supposed to have left In SchalTer had his hand badlv in Im-Arf 01 Ur' Dit'erHne is t.o well remember. "ew "aI the accident occured in
uermanyau esiate wmcn is now worini-,. - ed by our people to need reDaatlnir any other place save tne level spot ou
1! h..!b.if1l Er roUatSbrrS?: -"ch It did there would. certalUy
He sent the Spang heirs whathasslnce hlm$505. ber of the railroad organization both as have been fatal resulU, and the rail
been proved a forged copy of the will of . . . . jn.,- a matter of duty to himself aud justice road company would be to blame for
fir&J&Z&X'J'SS. wMktl-ffiCrBW. to "I t P-.ii"ruch rickety affairs to be
mmnr Kevvrill buudrea neoDle OI ISI Pa., hid hMn ntt.nl, h. 1 1 iub wuumuw wi ,w r ji gallon. I M- v
Spang family lime lweu deluded, and robbo4, lg untrue. Miss Clark Is a al EaD M Pul,Usked by their regular The track was blocked for several
liT.?.;'1WM,t,'p, W Euro',, native of Nesquehoulng this '.. quarterly statement appearing else hours. The passengers were compell-
I , , . ...... "luhomlntliiB naD.n.nbp nw.-..a n .k.. I M In Vlllk M IhAHUMnn n riictnti.. nt
anu teacnes scnooi at tbe former place. I """"'"'"" 1 , . .7 ,
one is a sister to P. F. and Miss Annie rv ui lout exceueut i --- r "v anu a
ana weu munagea institution. The I uoupie ot muett oy tne rauroaa traoKs.
Probubl) tvlowel b Oalckaands.
Niw Yuen. Oct. 11 TliHihln Valkvrle. I -
... : ' Liuua ui rim HirnAr.
rJr...vi5I ,,. , . . . , individual deposits are 1153.830.15; sur- Several young women who took the
aw-taw-wl route were compelled to creep
o Sabls Islands. H JsZ P Smith tTm - .i dlvidenU unpaid, $108.00. .Votwith- on their hands and knees over the high
known Democrat and popular lead er. , ,. . , .5. 7 Dau" rT. T ..V . .
who ha, bn quite..rloPusP,y illfotsom. ahjS
w-a w- -yvsi v'i'iv-aBUtCKMUv 4amw -uw wu vu waua utu V
HOLUDATIIUKO, Pa.. Oct. IX -Michael
lfr.f.nnla.l. At on tima worth tlOO.fVkl. anrl 1 tf.A
pnMiirominntooalopertorandmDm- t?ii--.- -in !- . n , I lng the BtaudluK and safety of the re cars which are liable to break down at
MtitiiAiM i- niiria Annt- f r.-1 "way JuiiK me Desi railro&a I T.,Q.,x1, ., . I .,i ,
yy""""- " . rrr . . f
b leguuiure, wm oonvioia 01
f-l.t oa In th 1111- Mnlintf
tarda r- Ha Ulongwl to a fang of trmp I store. Per
whokad.mm.ttWmany,nl..tn.. .,..,. .,,.,, . I -The two mile bicycle raea of Wed
Pay- . . : 7 " rf ."" L..l-vl,,! these entires
mminerv irooaa at iv.iu a vnn , nai i
'JlAJjSlai "-hie First national bank, of whichMr. any moment-Rethlehem times,
y court At- at E. II. Uobl'a, Mauch Chunk Jewelry f oh T hemmel ta ""' Uurt.;,h.
A mart giving his name as Daniel
Boyle, living at Summit Hill, was found
l.ni-cMa tha mll.mi tnb .ln..
KTyvzn-::rnt, . u .v 1 um.? Mmw -. Tuav evung
plumUr of SU Nicholas avenue, who street, Saturday last and during this V. . 7 c , , i . . Til . T at"' suffering from several wound. It U
failed about six week, ago, Is eoousedof -6eksur asied In beauty and exteu Alvln Snyder, Mahofllngj Prank tort- presumed he wasstruok bytraln No .11
at . . . I .. nl . r rr 1 a pita .4 Vri nnn. Illll . I - .i-1ub Asaliflulfl Pal iAt. 11.. I
tta. .tortZ "iCrt various f ""f8 auX " ar event of J" R aD7j leaving Mauolt Chunkat .75, or engine
builder, and contractor., in. amount is 1 m. m.o m, ui. aiuuureus 01 1 followed. rieoona aua third rjrix I w ubu lqddi,
not definitely known, bat 1. ourrwtiyr- people have thronged her pleasant I were awarded the latter. I where an examination proved that he
pori to ue over ew.uuvfcivMMei 1 ttore this week with nlaasureable In I naa tnree nua oroxen una waa injured
1 ' ' I. . . l TatVhuka It Ml. Concern. llnt.p.iullv lln ua, uft.n uarA
I.dl.'a a.o Vleerer. terest. Tne Interior Of Show wlniln.a -,r .,--.-....-... j
IX,KPO. Oet. H.-Tb. ha. Ind store room, were decorated with All parH are hereby forbldta glva WMtMlam
Si ' UoWeu rod and evergreen and the WOT.Ti wlllSE
rev l.th. eldest uof th. eighth Karl of etfort waa grand. Wt eeugratulate ihetu to the full uteetof the law. The potpol fair of the rarbon
jsigio. who wm appeiaua governor isn. i -i . -. r1 -uij i,..m....c,, una
ar.l .f India la January, lt, and wh. I " re-- u. tiugutoe, ra. I we.lt anu w jaw
died la amt. la liev.sbu. IMS.
A lteforme Among Confiresstuen,
Congressman Howard Mutchter is a
reformer and economist in the house
as he and Congressman Paynter sub
mitted a minority report from the com
mittee on accounts disapproving ot
needless clerks to several unimportant
Of course this has brought down on
their heads denunciations by those
members who have friends to reward
at the expense of Uncle Sam, but the
twogentlemeu named bravely stood by
their guns, and were finally sustained
by a vote of the house.'
The ground they took, that while the
country was suffering so much from
buslnoss stagnating, it was worse thau
a crime to foist upon the taxpayers
useless aud unnecessary expense, was
too strong an argument to be combated
so their victory for reform lu oougrest
ional expenditures was easily won.
Washington oor. Xazareth Item.
The Greatest Clothing bale
that ever took plaoe In this section will
be held during the next thirty days at
the One Price Star Clothing Hall, Mauch
Chunk, on aooount of au overstock of
clothing. We will sell you a boys' suit
for $l.e0, worth 12.00, better ones at
t2.3S, worth 93.75 and upward. Men's
suits at (3A5, worth $7.00; men's suits
at 500, worth 80.00; men's suits at
?7.00, worth t-12.00 aud up to 16.00.
Our men's overooats at 83, 4 88 and
$10, will cost you from 812 to 815 else
where. We will allow you a oaah dis
count of 5 per oeut whieh will pay your
cur fare. Remember, our place U op
posite the u. ILK. Mutton, Mauch Chuuk
Farm for bale.
A 70 aure farm in high state ot out
tlratiou including 6 aore of good wood
land. Improvement are a large S story
stone House a large frame bank Darn
and other neoaswtry out buildings, will
be sold at Public Sale on the prMulwwa
at Traohsvllla, Carbon County, I'm., on
Saturday Oet 38th 1888 at 1 p. m. by
wiuiaui num. very easy teruu.
It a tantalising adawMtUUw to Uiom who
at uus season imi all tireo on. weak,
without sppMiW and dlteourued. llu
tb wav la which Hood's tsarsaprilla
baUda up tbe tired frame and gives a good
appetite. Is really woudeifull- bo wt say.
"Take Hood's and u will brace you up "
For a general family iaih.r.k- v xn
nbeutiy retutumeud ilooo. XMLs.
OCTOllf.H COrilT BUSINESS.
Crime on the Increase In this conntr
Juris. Ntot-m Presides
The regular term of the Court of
Quarter Session of Carbon county,
opened at Mauch Chunk Monday
morning. Hon. John B. Storm, Presi
dent Judge, aud Hons. Samuel B.
Price and Chas. II. Seldol, Associate
Judges were on the Bench.
After being sworn, the Grand Jury
was charged by the Court. Their
duties were explained to them In a
plalnand Intelligent manner. Refer
ence was also made to the increase In
crime ln Carbon county and in the
Judicial district. II. F. Peters, of
Parry vllle, was appointed foreman,
after which the Qrand Jury retired to
their room in charge of Constable
The following were appointed tip
staves, to serve during the session:
Constables Julius Kiel's, of Mauch
Chunk; Chas. Cunningham, Lansford;
James D. Bailey, East Penn, and
Frank Mertz, Mahanlng.
A decree was entered granting to
Lewis Kemerer, the assignee in the
estate of William Strohl, the right and
power to reconvey and transfer to the
said William Strohl all the estate, real
and personal, remaining in his hands
undisposed of, It appearing that all
claims against said estate have been
released or secured.
Horace DeVoung Lentz, desiring to
register as a student at law In tho olll-
ces of Laird H. Barber and Frederick
Bertolotte, Esq.. presonted application
for the preliminary examination re
quired by the rules of court.
In real estate of Ann K. Thompson,
late of Beaver Meadow, deceased. At
the Jane term of court a citation was
granted ou Oliver L. and Hulda E.
YaeAer and Nicholas It. Williams, exec
utors of the last will aud testament of
said decedent. Tbelr answere to the
petition for citation was filed and in it
they deny that thedecedent was of un
sound mind or that any undue in.
fluence was brought to bear upon her
when said will aud codicil was made,
but that It was.her own voluntary act.
John D. Hayes, guardian of Annie
Garrjuau, minor child ot Owen Garra.
ban, deceased, presented a petition for
an order from court granting him per
mission to sell ut private sale certain
real estate lu Nesquohoning. Philip
O. Garrahun and Peter Garrahan, joint
heirs, joined tn the petltlnn. A decree
was made granting him permission lu
conjunction with the other heirs named
to convey said real estate to Mlehael
Mulligan, of Freelaud, for the sum of
The grand jury returned true bills
against tho following: Oscar Groman,
assault and battery; same defendant
malicious mischief; Milton Harp, F.
and I); Frank Hill, F. and B; Charles
Faust, F. and B.
The report of the sale of the estate of
the late Elizabeth Moyer, consisting of
several lots on Pine street, Lehlghton
borough, made by the administrators,
Daniel A. and David X. Leiby,was read
and coSrmed nl si. The property was
sold to Jacob Frebolln, of Heidelberg
township, Lehigh county, for $2,375.
The hotel license of John O. Weiss.
for tho Franklin House,EastWeIssport,
was transferred to Fredrick ll'asem.
Naturalization papers were granted
to Max Rieck, of Franklin township;
Jacob Gtnther, of Lehlghton, Charles
Cohrs, of Penn Forest; Mike Yarrick,
of Xesquehonlng, and William Gergial,
of Lehigh township.
The hotel license of Jacob II. Jones.
for the Pennsylvania House, aiusqm
hanna street, Mauch Chunk, was trans-
ferred to Blazlus Zeiser.
John If. Buck, convicted at the April
term of court, 1893, 'of V. and B., pre
sented his final petition as an Insolvent
debtor. On motion of E. II. Nothstlne,
his attorney, the petition was granted
and Buck discharged. A similar petl
tlon was presented by L. II. Barber ln
behalf of Charles Costenbader, which
was also granted.
D. M. Mulhearn, attorney for Hugh
McDade, convicted at the June session,
1892, of F, and 11., presented his Dual
petition for discharge as an insolvent
debtor. The petition was granted. A
similar petition was presented ln be
half of Condy Campbell and the 8th
of January, 1891, was fixed fora hearing
of the case.
Sheriff Joseph S. Webb on Monday
afternoon had the Alfred Drumbore
property in Mahoning township, con
sisitlug of seven acres up at shorilfs
It was knocked down to William
Q. Freymau, Eq., for 8300. Mr, Frey-
man Is the execution creditor in the
amouut of 8126.
The first case called for trial was Com
vs. Frank Hill, charged with F. and 13.,
on oath of Maggie Itehrig. Hill plead
guilty and received the customary sen
tence fiom tho court. Both parties
ere from East Penn. The next case
was a similar charge against Charles
Faust, of Mahoning Valley, Lizzie
Kuukle Is the prosecutor. He also
plead guilty and was sentenced. The
District Attorney oleared the docket of
another case of the same nature
against William Harp, of Lehlghton
Emma Ebbert lg prosecutor. Harp
also plead guilty but in hit case
seutenoe was deferred for a day or two.
Probably Harp means to do duty In
WEISSPORT AND AROUND.
SI'IfY HAl'I'KnlNtlS llltlEFLV KriTO"
The I'olncs oftheWeek Interleailed With
-Johu Schlery is Improving his east
Misses Olive aud Emma Beltz, of
North Penn, are visiting A. A. Beltz
nnd family and other friends ln thlg
George Ueltzner, of Mauch Chunk
is n new barber in Campbell's ton
Henry Christman, the gonial bnul.
flee of the Fort Allen, accompanied by
his wife, are at Chicago seeing the
Mrs. Joseph Boycr, of East Weiss.
lort, met with a serious accident ou
lait Sunday. She was descending u
flight of stairs when she slipped aud
fell to the bottom, sustaining a
fracture of the bones of both arms at
the wrist. Mrs. Boyer is aged about
DO years but she bears her misfortune
Dr. Kreamer, Carbon's Democratic
candidate for county treasuer, was lu
town on Tuesday looking after his poll,
Miss Hattie Markley, one of Frank
lin's most estimable young ladies, has
accepted a position with Mrs. M. Cul
ton, Weissport's leadlug mlllluer.
Mrs. Oliver Smoyer spent lat Sun.
lay with relatives at Btthlehem.
Mrs. liambo, of Reading, spent
Sunday with her daughter Miss Mar.
gaurete In this town. Sunday evening
tnoy attended services In the Episco
pal church at Mauch Chunk.
Hon. William Blery Sundayed with
his father at Seigfried Bridge.
JohnS. Miller and family spent
last Sunday with relatives at Heldel-burg.
A local building and loan assocla.
tlon Is to be organized here. Stock is
now being subscribed for. A publl
meeting will be held In Laury's Hall
next Monday evening. All persons
interested should attend.
Town council met in regular session
on Monday evening. The usual busi
ness was transacted. All members
The Carbon Social Club will hold
their first ball forthe season In Laury's
llall on Thursday, Thanksglvlug even.
lng, November 30. Bull's popular or-
Chester of Allentown will discourse
musio on the occassiou. The com
mlttee on arrangements are C. W. M"5T
ler, C. F. Jflller, Al Miller, W. W. Plum.
mer, Peter loung and Benj. Peters.
Fred Wassem is the new landlord
at the Franklin House, East Welssport
succeeding John Rehrig.
A wonderful feat lu marksman
ship was performed tho other day by
that woll known shooter Johu Rehrig.
Out of twenty glass balls he broke every
one; out of sixty clay pigeons he miss
ed but one. The balls and birds were
thrown ln every conceivable manner
but the genial Johnny was equal to the
Loeal Political Oosslp That Is Sraaonahl
at This Time.
t3LThe Prohibitionists of Monroe
county have nominated the following
tUket: For President Judge, Hon. E.
D. Nichols, of Wilkos-Barre; for Pro
thouotary, E. It. Gearhart, of Chest
nuthlll; for register and recorder,
Reuben E. High, of Polk; for county
treasurer. Geo. W. Green, of Hamilton;
tor county commissioner, Simon F
Kresge, of Chestnuthlll.
er The Hon. Allen Craig has filled
his petition for nomination papers No
matter where his name is plaoed ou thu
ticket, Weatherly will give him a
rousing vote. weatberly Herald.
CSr-The prohibitionists of North
ampton County ou Saturday nomi
nated the following ticket: i'rothono-
tary, E. A. Packer; recorder of deeds,
E. A. Uodsbalk; register of wills, H. A
Miller; county treasurer, A. E. M.aker;
county commissioner. E. C. Carroll;
director of poor, P. E. Kreldler; county
auditor, Samuel Waltman.
EST The entries from the Twelfth
district are Col. Graut Herring, of
Bloomsburg; Hugh Gllmore, of ll'illi-
amsport, E. W. Romach, of Watsontown;
T. M. Conilf, of Plains; Reuben Tran.
sue, ot Bethlehem; J. W. Maloy, of
Lansford;T. B. Hobau and J. M. C.
Ilanck, of Scran ton; Lafayette Roland,
of Roland; J. R. Powell, of Wlllams
port; F. K. Kron, of Say re; F, Bruce
Ricketts, of Wilkes-Barre, aud Geo. W,
Essor, of Mauch Chuuk. Of the thir
teen applicants in the Twelfth district
there are only three who are in it
Grant Herring; supported by the State
Administration Harrity, Wolyerton
syndicate. T. M. Conilf, of Plains
Luzerne county, Represenatlve Hiue's
candidate, aud Geo, W, Eaeer, of
Mauch Chunk, who is backed by Rep.
reoeutatlve Afutchler. Tbe tide has
generally been running ln favor of
State Senator Herring, but the appear
ance of the son of the late Democratic
war horse of Northampton In the field
with a candidate has somewhat disar
ranged previous calculation's. M. u.
IN A fUW LINUS.
Short b(Ulb lu aufl Arouud Carbon
Ouuutj IHshed Up for Our Headers.
bila Reed, a mluor child of tbe late
Lawreooe Reed, of Jeaneaville selected
Alexander May, ot Mabanoy City, as
ber guardian, aud the Sohuylkill oouu
ty oourt Monday atade the appoint
ment Ills baud, In tbe sum of 8000,
with W. II. Kvaus as surety, was ap
proved by court.
To th. La dies Oulv, I
We oan show you the finest selection
of fall aud winter ooaU,eapea aud jaok
to ever shown la this valley. Our
priow are 33 per oeut lower than the
same garment oau be bought for else
where, and we will allow you 0 per cent
discount to pay your ear fare. One
I'rioe Star Clothing Uall.Muuou Chunk
Ilarn.as. lilankels, ate-
Milton Klory, Waiaeport, baa a largo
aau aortmeut of all kinds of ha ruee.
blankets, whips, robes, Jus , which bel
telling at very low prices. It you need
anythiug lu this line buy it here and
you ill aa. money, because uurprioea
are tho itiv luviakl lu the vatly.
ON THE RAILROAD
nniRF uktiiii or ivkkk-. i
INGSION TIIK KAIL.
Short I'aracra.hs That Will he of Interest
to the Ilalln ial Bora.
t About one hundred firemen congre
gated at Union Hall, Hazleton, Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock to assist In the
organization of a lodge of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Firemen, J. J.
Hanahan, an organizer of Englewood.
11!., was present and organized the
lodge. He also delivered a stlrrlnir ad
dress, pointing out the benefits to be
derived from the organization. The
new lodge starts out with a member
ship of 47, and will be known as Mount
ain Echo Lodge, No. 007. Meetings
win oe held ou the third and fourth
Sundays of each month.
t There were ou June 30. 1892. 1.822
railway corporations, of which 899 wero
Independent, 701 subsidiary, 320 leased
for a fixed rental aud 180 for a contl
gent rental. Fewer changes in organi
zation occured than in any previous
year. The tendency toward consolid
ation Is a marked feature. There are
forty-three companies having a
mileage in excess of 1,000 miles and
one-halt of the mileage of the country
is tho property of these forty three
companies. The capitalization is
placed at 810,220,718,131, figure that
pass much beyond ordinary compre
hension, and ot this vast aggregate
81,033,108,703 Is represented by stocks
and 85,053,038,050 by funded bebt.
The mortage bonds amount to 81-302.
570,993, as compared with 81,081,621,075
tor tne previous year. The euu Inment
credits 33,130 locomotives ln use, 9,818
ior passenger trallle and 17J359 assiira.
ed to the freight service. The number
of cars reported by carriers as their
property was 1,213,092. and of these
900,998 are In tke freight service An
army of employes Is engaged ln the
transportation departments, the num
ber being 821,413, an increase ef 37,130
over the previous year. Assuming an
increase in the country's census of
i,j.jO,uoo the ratio of Increase in railway
employs to that of population would
bel to 31. The ratio of total railway
employes to total number of Inhabi
tants was 1 to 79.
Miss Lizzie Kistler.ofMaushChunlt
was the guest of Miss Marv Rtn!.-.
Mrs. Sarah Conner, of Pan-villa.
was visiting relatives ln this neighbor
hood a few days last week.
Messrs. Hood and Fitch, of Ding
man's Ferry, Pike county, were guests
of V. F. lirodhead and William Angle,
a few days this week.
Miss Lena Longkammer,of Lehlgh
ton, was n guest at the Longkammer
aesidence on the hill, on Monday.
John Sandhorr will make Lehlgh
ton his place of residence having moved
there on Monday.
Ex postmaster McDanlol and Mer
chant Harleman were out in the wilds
of Pine Swamp the other day fishing
for suckers. The chilliness of the at
mosphere prevented the brawny fisher
men from makluga very large catch,
however, they were strictly in it, at least
Mack says the Major fell In.
The First National Bank, of
Mauch Chunk, reports for the quarter
ending Oct. a Loans and discounts,
8894,890,87; surplus fund, 8100,0u0; un
divided profits, 891.K51; individual
deposits, 1095,193,91; unpaid dividends.
The Second National Bank, of tha
county seat reports as follows for the
quarter just endod:Loansand discounts
303,318,89; surplus, 830,000; undivided
profits, 833,090,21; dividends unpaid,
8132, individual deposits, 8200,0992.
Lindermau's bank at Maueh
Chuuk reports loans and discounts at
8109,023,21; surplus, 821,000; undivided
profits, 82,012,89; Individual reportb
subject to cheok , 819977,32.
man in acau
Yorktowu up ln Bank's Township
has a sensation that promises tooutrlv.
al anything that has come to light In
this county for years. It Is a woman
In blaca. She makes her appearanou
nightly and has worked the community
up to such a pitch, that even tbe
bravest men are timid about venturing
oat of the house after disk. Bhs
chases men. women and children. Who
this strange creature is or wants, no
oue seems to know, but if a determined
effort was made to capture her, the
Indeutlty of this womau might soen be
flow to Gel Married.
Persons about to marry will make
uotoofthe fact that the ameudment
to the Marriage License law, passed at
the last session of tbe Legislature went
iuto effect Monday, Formerly a mar
riage license was void if presented to a
mluister or magistrate inacounly other
than oue In which the license was Is
sued. Now if either of the parties se
oure a license ln any oouuty, it can be
used in any other Pennsylvania county.
This Is to remove an Inoouveulence
which was developed by the old law
aad whloh waa often violated by some
very good men.
Mow to Have I row ao to S10.
By ordering a suit or an overcoat at
Soudheiin'a Merchant Tailoring Hall,
llauon Chunk, you will save the above
amountis we are making all-wool suits
aua overcoats to order at cut, wortn
(20; at 818, worth 833; at 8tB, worth
836. We guarantee you perfect fit and
flrst-olase workmanship. Olve u a
oau aud sooure bargains.
Ou the 1st aad Sud
Of eaah month Dr. Bower, tha well.
known aud auatweaful specialist will
at th. WeJaeport titrate, WeJwport,
here he will be pleased la reoNve. all
UOM OMWIDg ill. MirvtoM. i
Look out fur the well dressed lady
trareliug through the state working all
the towns. She cornea iu and offera to
give lustructlons in painting and sell
you a lot of material, gives a few lu
structlons, goes on to the next house
aud so on until she has worked the
town and then she skips.
Had Himself alerted chalriuaa,
Mickey Cassidy had his "picked"
county committee re-elect him county
Chairman of tbe Democratic party ou
Tuesday afternoon last at Mauoh
The llanxer Sl.nal.
The Danger Signal will be theattrao
tlon at Concert Hall, Jbfauch Chunk, on
next Monday evening.
Ou November loth.
Dr. Dun er, the reliable specialist of
Hazleton, will be at the Exchange
Hotel, Lehlghton, for all who need hi
A oraam ot tartar baking powder
Hlgbeajt of all in leavening strength
Laisst Umitu Statu QotiaNui?T
Royal Baking Powder Co.,
103 Wall 8C, X. Y.