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Creates many a New Business,
Enlarges many an Old Business,
Revives many u Dull Business,
Rescues many a Lout Business,
Saves many a Failing Business,
Preserves many a Lurge Bushiest,
Means success in AH Business.
"INDEPENDENT" "LIVE AND LET LIVE."
VOL XXI. No. 48
Lohighton, Carbon County, Ponna. October 21 LQ93
$l.O0 a Year in Advano
-THE advocate prints the local news and is the largest one dollar PAPER IN CARBON CQUNTY.-4M
Is a specially with us.
ir have one low price for oil.
Come and learn our price.
Pic-Nic and Sale Bill.
All kinds of blank books.
Let m have your orders
For anything in this line.
i nTTTi i nn i n tt nmnnn
Illlllll 11 I I I II II I ' I V U VMIMIWU
Here we are with
lore Bargains Than Ever !
Domfit Flannels for 7c. a yard.
Unbleached Canton Flannel for
5c. a yard; cannot be equaled
at 7c a yard elsewhere.
Half Wool Buitines, all colors,
one yard wide, at 22c. a yard,
can't be matched under 80c.
1 case Plaid Suitings, would" be
considered a bargain at 8c. a
jard.we will sell at 5c, a yaw.
The largest assortment of Com
lorls. Blankets, and Horse
Blankets ever shown by any
dry goods establishment in
The largest assortment of 5c.
and 10c. Glassware in the
"The American bonder," for
10c, Potato and Apple Peel
er and Corer, the best thing
ever offered for sale, the reg
ular price is 25c.
Yours to Borve,
J. T. NUSBAUM,
Pint street, between South and Hum Street.",
A HAPPY WEDDING.
I THE MA11RIAOK OP MISS FKNNKHIO
I Mil. LKUKKL.
LIMIAI. MATTF.U8 OP MOKK Oil I.KSS
Ul.ltop .1, Mortimer Levering Performs I
the C.r..onjr In th. Presence of I. Lane W,M ,, , ,b cltT i,rli,, tl.e
Delightful Reception at tlio House Etc.
The Society event of the season was the
I.enkel-Fenner nuptials which were cod
sntnmatej Thursday evening at Bethle
hem. Touth, beauty, and fashion crowd
ed the Moravian Church to attend the
wedding, which took place at 0 o'clock,
The wedding proved to be the most charm'
Week Pertliientlr Kedtotitlied by Our
Flue teams for nil purposes nt Ibe
South End Livery.
-Full lino of ingrain and Brussels
carpets nt Henrj Schwartz's.
Just make It a point to see David
HALF-CENT A WORD.
Advertisements under tills head at a halt-cent
a word each Insertion. This Is the cheapest and
best adrertlslus" medium out. II ou have am-
XUlUK to Sell Or reDl try tuts vuca f autcia,.,.
advertisements must be paid lu advance.
WOK SALE A dark bay Htalllon, sixteen and
a huU hands blub, tttelte jears old, perfect
ly sate aud souud lu every particular. Will be
sold cheap lor cash. Apply to Ueorne I . Uuck,
itasl W elssuort. ''
Many Bnslne.s nui nod Dwellings
Wiped Out by a New York Fire.
Kxw York, Oct. 19. One of tha most
destructive fires this olty has seen slnoe the
great Crystal Palace Are of 1858 occurred
last evening. The Are extended from St.
Raphael's Itomaa Cathollo church on For
tieth atreet, west of Tenth avenue, to the
north aid of Forty-second street. The
losses will amount to over 13.000.000.
The lire was discovered at 8:10 p. m. by
a watchman employed by William Camp
bell Sc Co., wholesale manufacturers of
wall papers, at 812 to 818 West Forty-aeo-end
street and 605 to 612 West Forty-first
street. The fire started In the boiler house
and bad gained great headway before It
was discovered. It spread to the adjoining
building, occupied by Nevlna ft Haviland,
also wall paper macufacturers, on Tenth
Avenue and Fortv-aecond street. Both
firms are entirely burned out, and the fire
quickly woraea lia way to surrounuiog
When the fire started there were In the
Campbell factory four men who were
working over time. They were ltlcbard
Eteners. James Bambrlck, John Brill aud
a man whose name Is not known. Whether
they escaped with their lives Is not known,
for Sexton, the watchman, was overcome
while attempting to warn them. There
trere many narrow escapes from death.
The wildest excitement prevailed among
the tenants In the many tenements near
by. They ran from their homes loaded
down with such effects as they could carry
away, but the houses were consumed so
quickly that they could sae hut little,
although they bad ample time to save
their own lives.
DEATH OF LUCY STONE
The Veteran Woman bnirriis'l.t Succumbs
to a Frotraeted llliie...
Boston, Oct. 10. Mrs. Lucy Stone Black
well, too well known woman suffragUt,
died lust night at her home In Dorchester,
after a protracted
illness, aged about
GO. i ears ago Mrs.
Blackwell was one
of the best known
female lecturers In
the United States,
aud for years was
a regular attena
ant at presidential
ly for the causa to
which aha had
Mrs. bmcxwell. of her ute. as a
lecturer she ranked with Mrs. Julia W ard
Howe and Anna Dickinson In the letter's
ealmtest davs. and was always In demand
fnr wturA courses. She was not heard so
often as Miss Dickinson, however, as she
devoted much time to literature. She was
best known by her maiden name, Lucy
The Mystery of a Skeleton.
Philadelphia., Oct, 18, While repairing
a house on North Eleventh street carpen
ters unearthed a female skeleton, newt
found make the police certain that the
skeleton is that of Mrs. Joanna Logue,
wife of "Jimmy" Logue, the noted burg
lar. Logue lived In the house fourteen
yesrsago. At that time be and his wife
were separated, but ot) visiting relatives In
this city It Is believed she was decoyed to
the bouse by her husband, murdered aud
enhhad of sAuOO worth of diamonds In her
possession, llermysterlous disappearance
caused suspicion at the time, but It was
hushed up. Logue'a present whereabouts
are unknown, but be will be arrested when
A Novel Tour.
NlwYomr.. Oct 16. Mra. M. V. Ter
bune (w ilely known by her non de plume
r.. f..i ifurlanri"! ha. aalled foranro-
tracted tour lu the east. It la Mrs. ter
bune's purpose to travel through Syria
and Palestine. She has engaged. David
Jamal, of Jerusalem, the most exper
ienced oriental dragomau, as her escort,
and will make camel back pllgiimage to
Bethlehem, to Abraham's tomb at Hebron,
to the harems ot Damascus, to the famous
monastery of Mar Saba, the oldest la the
worm, ana to oiuer uic. cue .
panted by her son.
Ing that has been witnessed In Bethlehem ... , . . ., i,i
for some time. Say. the Bethlehem Ebbort when you wnntBteam for busl
Tlmea, uess or pleasure. Lowest prices.
The brldo. Mils Marie Fenner. Is the Latest style overcoats at M. Losos
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franclsl i.no inpiunl1.
Edward Fenner, of Fountain Ulll.S. Beth ; , r i,
lehem and a charming society belle. The -r'or Sale-A new one horse
grooji, Alfred K, Ltukel, Is an old and soring wagon will bo sold cheap. Ap-
popular Lehlghton man, at present nip to C. W. Swab. It
In Business at Trenton. Two such popu- T . .. , ... eTB.
l.r young people would naturally have a -rhe llnest line, or overcoats ever
host of friends. That their friends are a brought to this sectlou will be found
legion tere Is proved when It Is staled at M. Losos & Co,, First street,
that the larMaravlan Church, was per- Tit1fr,ronortraltHatniBho.'8
haps never before so crowded at a weu- f.. , i
ding. gallery are good until December io'jj.
At 6 o'clock cabs and barouches beean AlStatler and family.of Allentown
arriving at thechurch with tho wedding havotaken possession of a dwelllUK In
guests, who were all In full evening dreis Itnri,(l.o .inl,i. n Hatikwav
and at the appointed hour the gallery and Uorlacher s b ock on Uaukwaj.
aisles nete crowded. Prof. U. A. Jacob- Tho palatial Perhuiuer- residence
on presided at the grand orcan and ren- ou tha corner of Second aud Iron streets
dered a charming program of lnsliumen- h b implov0li by the erection of a
tal music during the arrival of the gaests. ' ' .
He urst plaved llojlon fiuilln'e grano u.u"-"i ....
march In I), which was followed br Scl.u Daniel Schoch sustained a fracture
berfs Andante from sjmphonylnC maj- r hj r, w arm wnie ttt wurk at
or, Wagne, march from Tanhauser) aud T) ' i i
Wagner's pilgrim Chorus. -"H"w .
Tie hour of 0 was annnded and at once Jouu scu, ot tue uiouo uesmarui.
Prof Jacobson struck up the bridal song has placed u neat wire sign under, the
f com Lohengrin ( IVagnerl, and bridal awuug n front of his business place,
party entered the church. The ushers , .. , "
walked down the north alslse followed by -A- Sell&Co., tho liverymen have
the bridesmaids, maids ot honor, and added a new bay horse to their flue line
flower girl, returning as an escort to the 0f nuadrlpeds
lovely bride on the arm of her father. At ' T , ,, ..,n n t
the aliar they were met by the gtoom and bsoa Co i haT0 8 1 u11 llu0 ot
his best man, and the wedding service was latest styles bats aud caps,
read by Ht. Hey. J. Mortimer Levering. -During the prevalence of a fierce
The ring .enlce.w employed .torn In this section last Friday night
After the bishop had added his blessing . . . ., , ,
and the father bad kissed the bride and muoh damage was done throughout
groom, the procession was resumed, the this town. Ibe framo awning at tuo
bridal ray leaving the church by the American House, north First street,
Mendelssohn's Wpddlnrj March. Tli a fiprfi.
moov was made the morn imnreiilim hx fihutLers were blown down and
Mr, Qufeley, Lehfuira famous tenor, wrencheBpart.
viiauLiui. uuiinu per vice ue noicn s i . titu. . . .
The bridal looked Wlv in n rich ahtiR a lowest prices In the county, m
brocaded satin en train, and wore an wall Daner and borders. Give us a call
rvn. LrLfal lt Tl, I J I . ' f.
faav uiiuat vvaae .UC UlttlU Ul UUUUt I a, If 1 RAM ffir TOUrSelT. tj. 1'. lUCKGn-
havnhorin n a alar Itll.. I "
ho worl .S elet ii ".dir" Thi bch, Mauch Chunk,
bildesmald's were lss Mary Kolpln, of Harry L. Fry will shprtly remoyo
Hellertown; Miss Ettle McVay, of 1H1- his tailoring establishment from north
M!?.t.,leJHe,.leI,r.ano,I'lomn eUdeSj street into the Thomas building
auiss fiorence lirauneiii, or rnnadeipiiia, uumr wouv.
and Whs Anna Grant, of Scran ton. I A revival meetlm? is helm? hold lu
KbouZu o'f ,DTdheCnoweedr ?6-,z6r Evangelical church, Rev. J.
girl was Aliss iMaiy Sblmer. of of Heading 1 aiiuor, mo pn'tor, win on ouuuuy
ton, who woie a shite swiss and wide evening will preach on 'ITbo Deyll's
T, Z ' a carr,eu a D""" Tricks In Revivals." All are weloome,
William IInhh.r.1 .1 PMLbMl. auero wm ue uo uuurau nervio m
the Broom e best man. The ushers were: Zlon's Reformed church next Sunday
Kd Wood, of Irenlon: O. Edwin I.ofevre. I mnrnlno- and nvonlnrp nwincr tn tbn
York"een1nrr!ll.Arny'KrnM!nJ!.h0, I?eV. J. Alvhl
lork, Hen Urate, of boutli Ueihlehem; , , . . ..
Ira A. Shlmer, Jr., of Philadelphia, and Keoer wn0 Is lu attendance at the an-
rrancisr.. reuner. Jr.. brother r the nual session or Hvnorl at Kenrllnir.
btlde. and all Slgna Cbl Fraternity men, ' There Is diphtheria In the family of
Fnl, I ,;? . BA i ". 'I Janies Dunbar on Bankway.
lain Hill. More than 300 guests attended. iramps forced an entrance Into a
Florist Flies had converted the palatial I Lehigh Valley freight car at tho station
i S -ri ,V f r 01 Plault Monday night and stole a suit of oloth
uuKFt, UIIUC luu KHMJUl TO' I j . , , , . i
ceived in the noitb patlor from 60 until m""u" otorouui uemugiug 10 ai
o.iu BtKuuuiK ooueaiii aq umurelia Ot roses I u uluAt u aiicuiuwu, nuu uuu uia
and In front of a bank of Ibe lineal palms, effects in tho car, having Just moved
Oermamown. Tim table, w.r. from AlleatoWR.
wlthsmllax. Trower did bis best and C. W. Kreidler la sporting one of
the tables were the finest. Rube's Orches- the llnest trotting carts that we have
uI;lvM..,r.V' "lT"nun:r.' ' 'or -long time. The vehicle is
lug was enjoyed until nearly midnight. I 'rom Kreldler's carriage works. Weiss
Mr. Leukcl and bride left the fesjilPortBndisadalsy. To pull the cart
sceue at 0 o'clock going direct to Trenton. Will also has a Mnn linv
where they took possession of there nutthe dust In tlm fnf nlnnti-ulno
elegantly furnished home, No. S51 llamll- Pu""6 au" 111 1" face or nlnoty-nlno
iuu Avenue, tnevwlll be home there I"""" "uumw uur&es iu tuia
aner jan 10, mvi, section.
1 Hebrides was the redolent of main Lentz .t RlMilmnn ,r Munoli
""") oreseui. i uere ere less man uily f'lmnlr l.vn t,n.i c.,.
dinereu t pieces of cut giaes and a doieu ,, !, , , ""'
tables laden wltb gold aud silver ttare. U'ranz Mackl, surveying the property
mens, etc. iue groom's presenti weie just pnrcliasott by them from the
'diamonds. The bride presented bitn with Lehigh Valley Company at the bouth
acharmlng palming from her own brush. .. , , vuwiju, yi. ,
Nocardseredlsplaedon the present. end of town along the Heilman mill
Mr. Lcuke! Is a son of Mr Fred Leukel base ball park. This largo plot of
of First street Lehlghton, and many old ground will bo laid out in streets and
1 mo inenus oner warmest congratuia out nn into deslrahln lnilbllim lore.
,VH" IfPl.n l,,..,tn Ill 1.,
iuv tuutiiuu mil uo uuu ui tut very
best in town,
During the big rush at the Lehigh
Valley station on last Thursday even
ing n woman and baby were pushed off
the platform between the cars but
very fortunately was not muoh Injured.
The borough council some weeks
A S.ap Shot Cntnerk Catches Those Who
Come and do Among Their Friends In
. .Lester Itehrlg and wife Sundayod
Mrs. Frank L. Reber, of IJutler,
Montana, Is east ou a visit to relatives
II. Frank Stocker, R. Eggleston
Morthlmer aud G. Clarence Knnuss,
three typos, visited Slatiugtonfriendi,
. E. W. Clause, proprietor of the
Valley House did business at Alleu
..Dr. C. T. Horn and son Dert are
back from tho IV'orld's Fair, Chicago.
. . I. F, Clark Is In New Vork city for
. .Miss Laura Seidel, of First street,
pent Sunday at Slatltigtou.
H, R. Kreidler is iu attendance at
tho scs-)ru of (he grand coinrpumlery
Knights of Malta at Uerwick, Pa., this
weokas a representative of Norman
Commando, y nf town.
.Otto Feist and wife aud their
daughter, Miss Stella, of White llaven
and Mrs. Fidel Armliruster, ot Hast
Mauch Chunk, spent several days last
week with Thos. Stocker and family ou
MUs Nettle Watkius, of Coaldalc.
spent several days last week with Miss
rlico Bank, on Thrd street.
Misses Aglate bell and Florence
Sherler, of Slatington, spent several
days with Miss Mary Christy, on
..J. Koous,of Allentown, accom
panied by Mrs. J. It. Koons and sou
spent several days in town last week.
.Ed Hagerman, of Lahaska, Is visit
ing hs brother, Expressman Al Hager
man, on First street. The genial Ed
has just recovered from a serious
. Miss Helen Carpenter, a teacher In
our public school, spent last Sunday
at home in Uloomsburg, Pa,
Genial John Ettlnger was down at
Alburtls, Lehigh county on Tuesday
where he purchased a flue dog for
.Key, J, Alvin Roberts In Reading
attending u session of the Reformed
.V. V. Morthlmer, of New York
city, was in town over Sunday, the
guest of his purcuts. Will Intends to
launch in the job printing business
on a large scale In a New Vork town
JUDGE AND JURY.
The Wora of the Carbon County Courts at
Its October Session.
Lewis Koon, a "witch" doctor ot con
siderable notorioty, and widely known
lu the lower end of the county, was con
victed ot overdriving a horse from
Amandus Blttuer's livery stables of
Trelchlersvllle. Koon Instead of re
turning the horse within the time for
which ho had hired him went on a jam
boree, and drove him for two days.
lllttner found the horse at Millport,
apparently much abused and tho oar.
riage broken to smithereens. A recent
act of the legislature makes tho willful
abuse of a livery horse a criminal
offence. This was tho first case tried
lu this county.
Taul Eckhardt, a 15-year-old lad
residing near Little Gap, was found
guilty of larceny from n neighboring
farm house owned and occupied by
William Beer, Jr. His jury recom
mended the youthful prisonor to the
mercy ot the court.
Frank and Elizabeth Public, of Lans-
ford, got two-third of the costs of au
assault and battery case preferred by
Jacob Kunsburkey, who is to pay one
third. The names of some of tho wit
nesses, Jacob Jaffa, Daniel Sevacte,
Paul Yumas and Israel Hart It, furnish
the key as to the kind of case It was.
The hotel license of Charles Knecht
for the Central House, Kast Mauch
Chunk, was transferred to William F,
On petition of William Strohl and
Peter Buck, overseers of the poor of
Towamensjng township, a citation was
granted on the children and grand
children of Catharine Chrlstmau, to
appear at the next term of court and
show cause why thoy should not sup
port the said Catharine Chrlstman,
wholsaburden outhe poor fund of
Eugene O. Nothstlne, Esq., was ap
pointed a member of the Examlng
Committee ot tho Mauch Chunk Bar
to succeed William G. Froyman, Esq.
whose term has expired. The appoint
ment is for three years.
The appointment by Constable Ed.
Rawortb ot Jqhn Hottenstelu as
debuty constable at the first ward poll,
lu Lehlghton, and of George B. M.
Stocker as deputy at the Third ward
poll, was approved by court. .
Adecree wasentoied dttld ng ll'eath
erly Borough luto Four wards. The
Black Creek is the dividing Unojforth
and South, First ll'ard Is that portion
of the borough that Is North of Third
street on tho East side of tho creek and
the becond Ward lies south of Third
street. On the West side of the croek,
Kline alley is the dividing line. Tho
Miss Annie E. Rehrig, returned from
a visit to Philadelphia aud Media, Dela
ttrriBA innrilp la t- ftnriilntr
. ,,,-.,, ..... .1.. ,!
T.M.hnp XT n hm. nnij k . luiro nam liuuiuiui 1
winter school term nnMnndav Oct nt h. tue r ourtn wara soum. xue u.i.-o
with 32 scholars. appoints the following to OU the yac
L. L. Gelger, wife and daughter,
ancles in office made by the creation
n,.m1..,'ntn.ni.i Wo,.mn J of the Wards, the appointees to hold
WestPeun.on last Sunday. ' ' their office until the election next
James M. Fetherolf, of Stony Run, apnng; first, u-mm. ,... ,
Berks county, teacher of the Beaver M1' Faust; Minority Inspector, ! rank
n,, imn) nr,n,i 1,1. pt,ni iti, 11 B. Gearhart aud Constable Joseph
scholars. DiehlSecond Ward-Councilman, John
Ti,.sm,Mi.iii.-,.i.i. -.in i,H. Fisher and Sapiuel uangwere, jr.;
re organized on Friday evening, by the School Directors, William Jill er,
old members. The teachers, scholars, Henry Helker aud Amaudus Shaefer;
patrons or tho surrounding commnnlty Constable, William F. llartz; Judge
ate cordially invited to Its presence. Peter KUaei Inspectors, Samuel Hartz
Combining is at some parts In Joseph Flyto .Third Ward-Conn-
cilman. Osoar Llchteuwaltor; School
' m 1 T T 1 l.,,-.v . Tsi.lrrtt
Chas. Rex was at Summit Hill, last ulralur '
'I , n. ...... T..EnAn.AK C-milr I'tenn
E. G. Mcrtz wns at Lehlghton, on
'SqulroA. F. Croitz, of the Valley,
and D. A. Schroeder,of Lynnport, were
nt the Lehlghton Fair Thursday.
Mrs- Ohas. Rabenold and son Oscar,
James Dunn; Inspector, Frank Tyson,
Fourth Ward Councilman; II. J.
Kircheuthal, Henry Selbleaud Wilson
Druckenmlller; School P(rector, Jacob
Miller; Judgo, J. P. Hobendahl; In
spectors, Geo. Peterson aud John
Rosenstock. The elections are to be
prosecution and six months lu the
Gus M. Haas, who was charged with
emberallng I18.U6 from tho Prudential
Insurance Company ot America, was
acquitted. E. II. Nothsteln, Esq., was
appointed by court to defend Haas.
There were two Hungarians cases on
trial during Suturday afternoon. In
both oases the parties were from
Audenrled. William Rutella was
charged with ateallug a watch from
John Lounas aud Louis Delansky was
charged with stealing a mining drill
from Albert Salosko. Both defendants
Tho following casos were continued
to next term: Com. vs. Edward Dunl
gan, surcharged V. and B., prosecutrix,
Maggie llanuery; a similar cose
against Frederick Hammel, In which
Mary Leckler Is the prosecutrix; a
similar oase against Adam Hald, Eva
Uloso prosecutrix; Com. vs. James
Dally ludlctmeut larceny, Mrs.
Lizzie YIngst prosecutrix; Com, vs.
Harry Barton, Edward McFndden and
John B. Pomeroy, Indictment, negll
pence on railway, Joseph S. Fisher
proseoutor; Com. vs. Isaac Klutz, In
dictment larceny by bailee, Johu C
Boyle, prosecutor and Com. vs. Nathan
Kolb, Indictment, receiving stolen
goods. Thomas W. Beck prosecutor.
Dr. W. A. Levan, of Slatington, was
found guilty In the charge of desertlou
preferred by his wife, and was sentenc
ed to pay into court the sum of $2 per
week towards her support, and tho
costs of tho suit. The couple formerly
lived nt Millport, and the case attracted
considerable attention iu that end of
MOTION AND AhOUJIENT COURT.
A motion and argument coin t open
ed at 10 o'clock Monday morning.
Among other business was the sen
tencing of tho prisoners who were
found guilty last ween. Charles Drown
the colored man who was convicted ot
stealing the purse, watch and chain
and other articles from Miss Merrill,
was sentenced to sixteen months In
the Eastern Penitentiary.
William Nicholas, of Lehlghton, the
young man who plead guilty to burglar
izing Bertine Klotz's home, at Jamet'
town, was sentenced to one year In the
Eastern Penltontia-iy. Harry Noth
stlne and James Rex, also of Lehlgh
ton, were seut to the Uuutlugdon Re
formatory, for stealing goods from a
freight car ou the Lehigh Valley Rail
road. Both are nlueteeu years ot age
aud they are to remain in the Reforma
tory until set free for good conduct by
the managers of the institution.
"Dr." Lewis Koon from, or around
Millport, got six months lu the county
jail for tho careless and reckless way in
which ho drove Liveryman Blttuer's
Paul Eckhart, a JC-year-old lad from
Little Gap, was told by the Judge that
he would have been just as well satis
fied if his jury had acquitted him.
The Judge dirocled him to give ball for
the costs of the prosecution aud go
nomo and be a better bor. Paul was
clearly guilty of breaking a lock to a
house, but because the offense was
trivial he would perhaps not have been
prosoouted had he not persistently
tried to put tbo blame on some one
Al. Bmuthers was committed to Jail
until he pays two-thirds the costs of
the assault and battery case brought
against him by Mrs. Annie Snyder.
Annie has not been seen In court slnoe
she learned that she would have to pay
oue-tuiru me costs.
Milton Harn. of Lehlghton. will do
penance in tho oounty jail for deceiv
ing ttmtna r.uuert until he can get the
papers into shape to be released under
the insolvency law. It is not quite
clear yet whether Miltou can't pay or
wuetner ue uoos not want to,
WEISSPORT AND AROUND. SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS.
SfltV UAl-rtSnlNUS IllllF.rl.T UrlTO-MIZKI).
SoHetv lld-lllt. or Interest to ttie Mm,
bers of tho Fraternity.
Secret societies In need of parapha
sia Uoings ot the week interleaved with nalia, Hags, banners, uniforms, etc..
I'er.onai Bientions. I should couult H. V. Morthlmer, Jr.,
Mrs. E. H. Piror has returned to who teprosents one of the largest Arms
Wilkesbarre.nfterapleasantvisithcre. of Importers, manufacturers and
The cyclone ot last Friday night "enters iu this country before purchas-
broke the largo show windows lu A. F. ' ng elsewhere.
Snyder's block. Noimul Coniandery Knights of
Mrs. L. YIngst, of the St. Elmo, Malta, of town, have donated 100 loavos
spent last Sunday at PottsrilU. ' irwd to the poor of Kensington,
O R, Lord, Mauch Chunk, district 1 m adelplila,
Superintendent of the Prudential In- Ouaden Itutteu Castle, 310, K. G.E
surnnce Company, was here ou Tues. of town, conferred the Crusader's
day. Degree ou four Sir Knights at tho
P, A. Roth, of rottsvllle was here oossiouou Wednesday evening.
bier The celebration of the enrliteenth Aiitil,-r.
Mrs. Daniel fimvor la hnvlntr horltluiden r-aate Into l'enii!,! Ivaiila iirintnu.. m
cozy residence repainted and much im- 1-ur "ihurSuy LWe'S.ngB!?." niovln'i
nroveu. iuu, ,.) unmu, it tHjcK. mr roum win ne
I ltroad Ht. troiu Thomnm Kr tn ltl-,nn.i
The Reformed church will be re- coimtermaiclitoTasker, where It will he in-
'c " " "' 'oor, niajur a. cmiari, men to
lite Pttlihc Hit Ulltiir. antl !ltml.
tne Imlsloli mil he lead by a cavalcade of
Rev C. E. Creltz was at Allentown I mounted Kiiignuclad In suits ot armor. There
wu .ucouoj CbtcuuiUK LUU UUU1 Uu.u I" Im IkIII.IUIIII H n lailallo UIIIIOIDl.
. .. I The la ile.lllof Vet I'liil.iilli.titu -I ornnt v..
qutes 01 nis uncie ex-waraon creltz. t, ladles mine uolden fciaie. V I ii tit lit "i
MIssBelle Merredlth was at Phlla. I :'": y.1'1" " renrest nt an ancient temple. lit
i , i, m i ,1 . i it win oa a raiieu inatiiirm. at the lour oornen
delnhia TllOSdaV maUlrtO nttrf-lmaaa n. I Of W iieh at. NA.iteil finir nOliM-i.. nf tl,B 'tD,,.l..
new millinery goods, coats and wraps np representing the rootto ot iui d"ree,
for Mrs. Cullon'snonnlarmllll.or... 1'altli, How and Charity,
, , T , . ' . . T . . . JTB"y castle, Mi. u, will pnaiuce three
Genial John Arner, of Amboy, N, J. I twleaui c.irs as illosrepieticiiiliia- tho motto
was here this week for a few days. That or "1'IJelltv" will eoutaln four Kir
A. O. Koch spent last Sunday nt
Mountain Tot). prised aud attacked by the soldiers. Kim am
Nathan Snyder did business at pleice his body, when the nobleman rushes
llazleton nn Mnndnv iiu-vw ino swue auu iiiieriiose ins Doily as a
na.ioiuu on iiionoay. s.ieiino-, sluiwlnu his Fidelity to bit sovereign.
Tho Inun nn.,nAll I TtlM flit.lt .VHlitr't uttl ,.,BJu,.r Ba..-... I. .,r,
nil property owners must keep their coitum. Three ol the enemy hate attacked
cutters rlenn Gonrl I him. Ttt o have bet-u killed, i nil ho Is hi the
gutters cienu. uoou I act oldmios in ol the l.ut nt th. ...i.m,- ti,
Lewis llunsickor's now .1ic..IIIim taut ol the valarous Kulitht Is at the other end
Tti.t. r , . . 1 1. . i. .1. t'uci t noun si we, i-oiiiaitis
"i- i iiuoi a tvorner is compiet-1 lue oootes oi ttie two aeau auldler., and Is bo
,i stte wntt Itll battle avei, trumpets, slnelds ami
Du I various inintement.. lit unlpn, H.irn.
Thomas Amor and bride have tnk- 5i';jS'i 11,8 "H"jr" 111 present an
en op a residence In Levi Horn's dwell- canopy ot ttltieh Is composed er iiold and white
in cloth, is the King costilinetl in a hanilsome rube
1DB' ot scarlet silk velvet. Irlmiited ttlth lace and
' rauklin burled rnr t.wBiitv.nnw pmir-a li a lolu.er nlioou tli llr-iti m iini ! umi
In a cemetery was exhumed the other t!!afllK. !li t',!'0 SIX
day and re-Interred In the Union Hill rewaru" """ ur
cemetery. A niltrv THICK.
Miss Cora Ifogeubuch is nursing a
dedicated to the service of God on Sun
day Nov. J.
ON THE RAILROAD
uitiKf MKtrnix ort triCHX s i
inos.on tin: hail.
i.izaiii unlit: i J yAi.i.KV,
Subscribe for the Carbon Advocate
only 11.00 a your.
Mr. Wilson Deuhart the horse doc
tor of Lehlghton made a trip through
Mrs. Coruelous Snyder of Lehigh ago notified the Carbon County Im
couutyaccompauled by hertwodaugb-lprovement Company that unleesthe
tens were the guest of Charier ltuch. "ree.' .e5u wouta give more saitsiao-
o,.... , 1 tton they suoulu be taken out. A re-
,7 ' ' , . I preseutative of the oompauy Informs
Mr. Alfred Wertmun is attending the us that the lights now furnished the
crlniual court during the week. He is borough will bo removed the last of
a jurior "ll3 month. This being so lively
, ', v.,ff i. i. ...ui., it. Lehlghton will again In the dark. This
4 " " "i town should have tbonro light.
is seriously in
The sou of Levi Nothsteln unfortu
nately fell from a wagon and broke his
TheG. A. R. reunion of Eastern
Pennsylvania held at Allentown last
week was very largely attended by the
people of the Valley.
Mr. Miles Eckert aud wife, ot Allen
town, gave a delightful sociable at C. II.
Nlmsou over Sunday. Mrs. Eckert is
the only daughter ot the Nimson fam
were visitors at Lynnyllle, ou Sunday ueld at " wing P-; Jt
. ' 1 lTA -II1t-.nnf Urtnea. HrtnT.fi Wa
UaiU, VJIU"1 V wus awwtv ii ..M
Union Hotel; Third Ward, Carbon
.nnlrrr nn FH.l.v ntn House; Fourth Ward, Helligh House.
MUnai.njM.j M,ii,i The poll'ug place ot the East Ward,
lusforu, as cuaugea irom tue puouc
school house to the rooms of the V, ash
lngton Republican Club on Abbott
street. The school directors of I.ans
ford decline to allow the use of the
school house (or an election room,
Frank P. Sharkey, Esq., was appoint-
Moses Hex, celebrated his COth birth
his children and grand
fllle; COMPANY NOTKS.
Mr R R irttnfrutlman .nmn,.!
by a number of relative aud friends 'pt few vlitloB last
left Thursday for a trip to the World's w, , ,. , , .. ,
rider of the County., spent Sunday iu
Miss Valeria Montz and William
Miller were united lu the holy bonds
of matrimony last Saturday by Rev. A
Sylvester Steruer aud wife, of Mauoh
A Noted Keulptor Head.
Iivttnv not. la. Charles Hell Birch,
tha .snlntor. died at his residence here,
az U, Ue had been an aaaooiate of lbs
Itoyal academy sine law.
The farmers are gatherlug their win
Charles Klstler,of Mlnneopolls, Min.,
is visiting in the Valley.
Rev. Edmund Hutu preached lu the
Evangelical church ou Sunday evening
A husking bee Is to be held at Stephen
Feustermucher's on Saturday afternoon.
Rev. John Helsler.of Myerstown,Pa.,
Little Items of tho lolnge AutotiE
fW These are the new oillcers of
Lehigh Fire Co., No. 1, of Lohinhtou: ed Master to take testimony in tho di
president, Geo. W. Morthlmer; vice Torce sit of Sarah A. Horn against
premiem, iuuiei ustizer treasurer, . i,i j Pn.,,1, V Horn
td Zern; secretary. T. V. cl(luSg her husband. rrauki.uoru
trustees. J. L. Gabel.Al L. Hasermau. Ou oetltlon. Dr. J. C. K reamer, guar-
John Seaboldt; directors, O. A. Clauss, aian 0f Ida Kent, mluor child of the
Mnrthimor ' Ti,r, Uhn,i. 'v ir' Uts Peter Keru, was gruuted per.
Hi.nnlniT.i-.ni1 U.nnr VlnhnU.i I mts&lnil to nftV OVBr to the SSid Ida
man, Henry Schwartz; first assistant, I Kern $100 of tho amount of fiends ow
loreman, ytic u urnar; secona assis- la hl8 uauu)1,
mittoo. M. n. Plai.M. .t. . V The sale of tho right, title and In
isauiei uaitser. iterestot tvreniuiu luiiuoa iu a uvriuiu
MT The uniforms worn bv the mem. property at Summit Hill, made by her
bers of the Weatherly Fire Department guardian, Andrew Ross, to Alexander
uusi t oieoo, McKay vtus confirmed alasolutely by
l. ins eatneriy rtro ueportmeni rjoupt,
aw., -Phe wa., .n Vi" W. M. Rapsher, Esq., was re-appolnt
demonstration aud a grand ball and I ed a member of the Bar Examining
reception Iu the evening. Committee for a terra of three yettrs.
BPST Lehigh Fire Co.. No. 1. of town 1 Manotzw&a annotated an uaulst.
took part in theflremen's parade at antassossorforthe South Kidder eleo-
Ul.viugiuu ih, un.il f' UOJf nOID
Mr. John Rehrig's new dweillug
house Is almost finished. Mr. Rebrig
is an active aud iutslligeut young man
aud appears to understand hi husl
The boys at the Gombert paint ore
are ou a strike. However, it is not ex-
Pted" to turn out like the' HomteTd " T""lu -er
alfalrs last year.
It la rumored that Mr. John bem
mel will shortly move to Bowmaus
Mr. Frank Fuhrmau an employee at
Our aoliools opuuwl en the Qtb lust,
for a six mouths' term with a rather
The bouse formerly occupied by
William BUlaiau, but which was empty
xr.i. r- . i. .... . i i t
,,z:: j-royed b, Br.
Y ALP'S EAGLE STORE,
Iu.feword we dflre to call
I5f-to your notice a very Important
t3 fact. It la this. We have aa
fT large and One a line of general
t, stora goods aa you will find any
tST where. Come and two us, M ut
ahow yon our goods and tell you JSJ
what our prioos are. We deliver "
goods, anywhere promptly aud "t
wltbont extra o barge wba Uvwr JO
to tha pureliaaer. Dou't pay big tJ
prices but earn and aw ua t
iVit atra. Op. Jtoui Hou
Miss Meta Nothatelu has boeu ap
pointed teacher of one of tho East
Peuu township sohool to IUI the va-
oauoy caused by the re iguatiou of
TbvjMtoramest ot the Lord'a Suppr
will be adminhttsred In St, John's
oburoh on Sunday, Oetober 39tb, by
Rev. A. Bartholomew. Preparatory
aorvloea will be hld the Saturday pre
vious, Tbo storm lat Friday night did con
siderable ilatoa ge throughout the Val
ly. Jaoob rau' baru aua blown
ilowu atul four otbvr Inarm wr part
ly uu-roofwl. Mauy fruit trtma m
bicycle hustler In Carbon oouuty.
A Hare. Treat.
TbeTbaleia Concert Company oou
ducted by the noted violinist Dr. J. A
Helfrlob will give one of their uueioel -ed
oouovrU lu the Opera Hmm Le
hlghton on Friday evening Oct. 3T, 1788
for the benefit of the Lehlghton Or
uhtra. The Tbaleia Couoert Com
pany U oowpokd of tho following fam.
ou. ArtUU Dr. J. A. Helfrlob, Mr. Frank
Ilartmau, Mr. Kd Uuohniau, Mr. Harry
YY. Y eager and Mrs. Julian Jodou and
outers. se unaii oirouMirsior iuu iu
(uru tluu. Admlaslou o aud 35e re-
arval keu BUo. Doors opoo at 7 oow.
matteat g. Dutgratn ut Peru's, Le,
blubtou ; UUry Weiiort. TiokeU can
ala.. iwliuit fr,im m.tii)u.r nt tin.
(lriti.tra. Kr tb t.u,mmUtinn nt Dr. Danaer, the raliable a pec taint of
(tlte neopleof aueb t'bunk the late HlotuJ, will be at tho Kxehang
I Irani on tue li n win atop at i ., ".., .... . u
bightou ou tbi. tMX..ioo aarvitw
annomnanisd bv the h'mm rVtri- tiou district.
These members were uniformed: Ottol The mot serious oase before Court
Dittmar, Harry Weldaw.W. H. Woods, thU week was the charge of robbery
RThrioW't IstKniberry' Frank Can"8' "ala''t Cuarle Urow" 11 lored n""1'
bell, W. K. Bennlnger, T. W? Clause, preferred by Miss Sarah Lewis Morrill
Geo. Clauss. Henrv Nicholas. I). .1. a Phlladelvhla lady. The trial ended
mstier, rruna: einiaua anu tm 0n Thursday afternoon with a verdlot
, lot guilty lu a manner aud form a
lh7m.n.D.m.nl nt tV. Bl.tlntn 1 IUaiOieJ.
..... n . . ' R 1 I I I. ft i ,im .. T1ann . .. .. ,
nose uomnany. no, I. took Dlaee at s" w.,.s
Slatington on Saturday afternoon. I chine man, was acquitted ot the ubarge
Delegations with musto were present of assault aud battery preferred by
from Bangor, Lehlghton, aud Weather- gvaI,e. Af Colaraiue. Devar. bank
1t anil nil wnnir citi nt i va in rhn I i
rmrade. which was formed at 3 o'olook " machine away from her premlso for
at the hose house, at the corner of I nou-paymeut of the terms ot a lease
tJlmrcn ana fourth streets, In the Uud in the takiug away of the maohiue
'?,L$eZ racket enauod. Th. proaooutrix
nAn.,tmani. r i . i ri rt
. V1""',V V'-"". ' "'I!-1 nnnimnnwaaltli vs. Kilws.r.1 O'llon.
I mcnuiii eint ti.nitninnn,. jr i i it i
A.M. Hand, of 8'atlngton; foreman I nll; indictment, assault aud battery;
and assistant ol nose, Slatington bose pro.eou.tor, Martin Qulda, CJulda oue
tympany no. i; Biaungton iioae com- ulra tue co.U aud 0'Donnl, two.
liallF Xn tlfitlt hnui na Ql.l t
inzton Hoae Comr nv. No. 1. wlh full I thirds.
apparatus; towu oouuou in oarrl-ig. I i ana auu WHHary i w ui
the namde Was a SUOOS. the srrsn I Anma SuvHarbmilujt. Al. nthAra
, Z, " 1 ,"pw' t the lattor two-thinU aud the
iornir uuw-iuirti ut tu vaponass.
-Bubaorlbo for the AuvoriTr mil. I tklh are Irom jam towu
$1.00 a yar. Tha hotol llo im ot C. J. Hitter ou
ind; ResoueFire Company', of jn. sought to establish that she bad boon
r; Weatherly Band; Weatherly lire assaulted aud buttered.
Loral 3'olltlcal Oo..lt That I. Sen.onalile
at Tills Time,
S3T" The Philadelphia Press said on
Saturday: "As it looks at present
either Craig or the Republican candi
date, Horace Heydt, will be elected.
Craig s advantage over Storm Is due to
the fact that the Democratic vote of
Carbon Is larger than that of Monroe,
and Carbou being the larger oounty
feels that it ought to have the Judge
since Monroe has enjoyed the oQlce for
more years tuan many of the nresent
generation cau remember. Storm is
relying upon the Casstdy defection In
Carbou to help him to defeat Craig.
but that, while considerable, Is likely
to be made up to Craig lu other quar
ters, storm's position certainty can
not be regarded as being as advantage
ous as that of either Craig or Heydt."
t As was predloted by this news
paper early lu the campaign, says the
Weatherly Herald. Michael Cassldv.
the Latisford Record, the Mauoh
Chunk Democrat and Bob Klotz are in
oDDOsltion to the election of Hon,
Allen Craig for President Judge.
Allen Craig hail I tit. unanimous en
dorsementot the Democratic County
convention lor tola omoe and u c
should therefore have the sinoere sun
port of every Carbou county democrat
as well as nesnouia also uave tne sup
port of tne whole people or the oounty
and district wbo deal re to see the high
order of the Bench maintained In the
fullest Integrity aud ability. It Is of
vital iniuorUnoe that there should be
a man elected judge iu whum the
ceoule can itlaoethe fullest oontldeuoe-
a moral, pure and able man. That
man will be fuuud lu Hon. Alien Craig,
for thirty years a lawyer practicing at
the Ilar. lie la pre-eminently iltted to
succeed tho late Judge Dreber and the
people suouin eieot him
New Mini. Ural O nicer.
At the meeting of the Reformed
Ministerial Association, beld at the
rtaraonaae of Rev. A. M. 1 aaonhelmer
in Weatherly, naw oltioers were elected
as follows: President. Rev. Morgan A.
Peters, of East Mauch Chunk; Vice
President, Rev. II A. J. Benner, of
rreelauu; aeoreutry auu Treasurer,
!. CrelU. of Weiaauort. An In.
terestlug churoh servlee was held on
Monday evening that attracted a lame
auu leu oe, sua wniou was addressed by
Rev. Beuner. of Freeland. and Hev.
Noll, nt Haaletou. The next meeting
win tie ueui at nasi mauou i tiunK on
severely injured arm resultant from a jurfc norm in the characters a
Ill Tltlt. , ,. ...
i.iB ..rosge .s quite u- jU(,Be storm WM hoIdll t.olllt Rt
Her many friends hope for her speedy Mauch Chuuk on Tuesday and about
ml t ... noon hurriedly left the court room bo.
,,. , . ""k"'"""'m OI iurs- "lranl fore the court hud adjourned. Shortly
Rickert regret her serious illuess. afterwards that celebrated political
...it ,g 18 maK'DK RdUl" uum B"d ""osk. Mickey Cassidy, his
Hons to his residence that greatly Im tool and attorney, served upon Mr.
w.on,.0. I Craig a paper giving notice of Storm'
miKouetv neater nasoeenpiacea intontinit In m .1 nu,.,!ti i.i
u the Central Railroad station. nnna t tt, ,,tiiim. r .....?-
-Saegerhashadau elevator built InLor,if.n.mf. n t '
his wholesale house. ' hM .,. nl ,....'
-The waffle and chicken supper uu- ber ltbi lmd nominated the Hon. Allen
der the auspices of Zion's Reformed Cl.g for President Judge. Thl, paper,
Itliroh In t.uttrirtu Il.ll nn In.l C.ln. I - ,1.
.. uu served upon Mr. Cruig, was signed by
day evening was a financial success. TUI,a Rlnrm .,,,1 , ,.'
Dr. Audrews Is erecting a large Watkius, the prothonotarv.on Ttiesdnv
new barn on his property. morning. As soon as the naner had
After a pleasant visit of four weeks been served. Storm and Cassidv left
among meuas uere unaries Dreis- town upon tho Lehigh Vallov train.
bach" has returned to Topeka, Kansas. The certificate of Mr. Craig was llled
A two story frame building 20x50 1 l Harrisburg October 2nd., aud upon
feet will erected adjoining Jacob the same day Mr. Storm filed a similar
Straussburger's block. It will be used I certificate froniMonroe county. Neither
for office purposes. I ot theso certificates of nomination pur-
Miss Alda Browumlller, one of I ported to be from tho entire District
Orwlgsburg's charmlug maidens, spent hut only from the respective counties,
several days in town with friends last Tuesday was the last day for filing
week, objections to certificates of nomlna-
W.J. H'hltehouse and Johu Gossang tlou at Harrisburg, and as the law re-
two well-known aud deservedly popu- quires that objections to certificates of
lar PottsvUle geutlemeu, wero here nomination must be served upon the
last Friday. parties before they can be filed at
Al Ruth Is home, from Williams. Harrisburg, the evident purpoe of the
port where he was last week represent- Ilurry on tho part ot Judge Storm to
lug Franklin Lodge, K. of II. In the an- K'toutof Court and leave town, was
nual stote session of that organization. to preventMr.CraigEorvlug objections
William Beck and Senator Keifer. 10 olorm f8""" irom Monroe
f Pnttovlllo wor w nn Prtda """ "'""" "' "meio aiterwartis
. , w -. -J I n, tu U, rn,..,
n.. r,. I .-. WW 4UBHIBJ,
-iueot.t,imo Ltotei win uoiu us Tll. ,,, , ... R. , .,.
grand opening on the 151b. of next no effect upon the nomination paiwrs,
mouth. This hostlery has been thorogh- so uumerously signed by citizens of
ly over-hauled and placed ou a first- Vf"u fouuiy auu uieu uy Mr. Cruig.
class scale. , , " , r.? " ", .1 fu.Ki?
These letters are In Doug. Aruer's Storm, bv his action, can be. to tirarant!
post-otlle uncalled tor: Jacob Detweil- it possible, the name ot Mr, Craig from
er, E. Ilann.J. K. Hayes, Wm. Seitzen beiu.K P.uf ed ,"P,U , regular Demo
. . - cratio ticket in Carboncountvanil hnv
t.ita uamoei, nose u. uoouenuer, Ltn Ms nK11 ,.. '-,,
hart i Balthat. Say "AdvertUed" lu regular Democratic ticket lu Mouroe
culling for any of the ahoye. oounty. This is a political trick uu-
t- . 11,1 wortuvoi acauuinatu tor lueolllceor
-Someunprluclpled person or per- JlldM .., In ... ,,,
sous eutereu tue uaru 01 rs. jouu 1 wlllttlg to stoop.
W. ftHed. nf FrAliklin tnwtiRhln. Rutnr. I The Same otllections atlttlr tn ltr.
day night and fed Paris green to a certificate of uotuiuatlon for
r.ln,l.l.t.,i.m.r.UnnJni,ln l. S" .""'"" o." SISUS IU
,..., . lno cenmcate or Mr. Craig for Carbou
Reed. The animal was found dead county.
In II. Etnll Hm nitvt mnrnlnn on,l f n,l it. I Mr. Cmlt? WHS Well HVItm nf tlinun
1.. it. nt 1. . 1 I objections and also of some material
'"l " """" U' ,lefn,.f( tl.U,.,I,.lln n.n. tll.i
suirered untold agonies. An oltort by Mr. btonn but he was unwilling to
should be made to discover the parties resort to auy imlitloal tricks or attempt
and they should be punished to the uny unfair advantage iu a contest for
full exteut of the law. 11 b;., u,...i.
A young people society of Chris- uuflt to be a Judue. Iloueat thiuklnir
tlan Endeavor was orgauiaed in the Democrats and Republicans wiU defeat
Evangelical church, with 18 active. 01 ulu 1,0,1 u19 politically corrupt tools I
assooiate, and 11 honorary members,
the following o HI cent were elected:! ISArKWUSEi,
Short I'araa-raphs That Will bo ot Interest
to the Kallroatl Dova.
tllie Lohlgh Valley Railroad kas Is.
sued notices to ticket agents calling at.
teutiou to the qurantiue regulations In
Georgia, due to the yellow fever scare.
No person Is permitted to enter the
State unless provided with a health
certificate or Identification card Is
sued by the oUlcers of the city where
such parsons reside. Otherwise such
persons are liable to detention for ex
amination or exclusion.
t The Lehigh Valley ltallroad com
bination car aud engine No. 300 has
boon named "Dorothy," after Gen.
Supt. R, A. Wilbur's little daughter.
The name is placed iu the side ot the
car iu artistic letters iu silver.
t The Lehigh Valley lUllroa Com
pauy has posted notices along Its linns
auuouuciug that hereafter the wages
of switchmen will be uniform, and wiU
be f 1.00 per day of 12 hsurs instead ot
II.00, as heretofore.
t The Lehigh Valley's Philadelphia
offices will not be removed to the
Reading depot, as at first Intended,
hut will remain lu their presout loca
tion ou Third street.
t A new Lehigh Volley Railroad tlano
table will go luto effect ou the first of
November. Several changes are ex
pected. X The Tamaqua, Hazleton and North
ern Railroad, a branch of the Reading
system, U&i been abandoned. It was
built two years ago at a great expense
to couueot the Reading with D. 8. &
JThe Wlkes-Barre aud Eastern Rail
Road' has been completed between
Struudsburg anil Wilkes-Barre. It is
sixty-seven aud a half miles long and
cost $7,000,000, exclusive of the equip
ment. tTheRuliway Age says that in the
first nine months of the year over
2,000 miles of railroad were built and
possibly 3,000 may be built this year.
JT'lie Hazelton Seutiuel makes the
prediction thatEckleyB.Coxe wUl suc
ceed E. P. Wilbur as President of the
Lehigh Valley, and re-asserts Its former
statement that Governor Pattl&on Is
booked for an Important position In
the company's mauagement, "even If
ho hasn't yet heard of it." Governor
PatlLou deuled the rejtort some days
IThestatlstlas which tha Railroad
Gazette bus collected of the attempt
made during the first six months ot the
present year at train-wrecking
aud train-robbing lu the United States
show that the greater of these crimes
have occured not iu the sparsely set
tled Western States, but in the older
and well settled states. The figures
show sixty-one attempts to wreck
trains and twenty-one attempts to rob
them. Massachusetts and Illinois
head the list in number of attempts to
wreck trains aud Ohio follows. In
thehe three advanced States were made
more thuu one-half ot all the attempts
to wreck trains, aud the State of New
Vork comes next ill the order. The
only explanation offered for this pre
ponderance of train wrecking In well,
settled and, generally speaking well
governed State, Is that the mileage of
railroads is greater in those States than
in others aud that tramps who are re
sponsible for most attempts to wreck
trains nourish tn thickly settled re
gions Sixty-seven per cent of all the
train robberies or attempted train rob
beries occurred in these four States
aud two Territories.
Oouuty lllshetl U fur Oar Headers.
Ex oounty treasurer Riokert.of Sura
President, Miss Myra L. Miller; vice ., sUbli , A
'IOlUCI4V .HID. J-T3iia, t. .-VlUVi, IOUUIU-
iu MH5rtary, AIls Jable Snjiler, oor-
-i-iiwlixiv uuirsJavv Mai-titi T . UIM I
nrrr. r7.',.: ;;. .t uum. -eai.
R,l.v. .i, ,, mootlittarJ Frank M. Geist has been appointed
held at 6:15 all are eordially Invited. emocc Ptm-ter at Bowmaus
rAIIil. Iln UMfl rwimmaiiill lie f Vvi
-Welseports' new bulldiug and loan gressmttU Howard Mutchler by advice
of Georgn W. Esser, the Carbon leader
of stralghtout Democracy.
Daniel Belts, of Ueltivllle, has raised
a fine crop of watermelons.
The oyelone during last Tuesday
night dla damage to the property of
.Taitnli Km I II, .Tnlin kWI,.,t Mill,,,.
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iT Vit 11 t v a rpV ,T , m Strauberger and Stephen Lutx, I
Fruuklin B. i L. A. The directors will ,n,-,moMsill
tvaaoo tlou eleoted these dlreotora at a
public meeting held lu Lauiy's Hall ou
Monday evening: J. K. Lent., J. S,
Miller. R. J. Uougen, II. T Smaulejt
J. W. Gaunter, It. Muelman, P. Au
draws, J. It. Rlokert, A. F. guyder,
Frank Laurv aud II. II. Muaselnwu,
meetou Friday evening to elect officers,
R. J. Hon gen aud J. S. Miller are oaiidl.
dates tor the secretaryship.
S5.00O Worth ol Clothing Slancltt.reH
The largest stock of men's bovu' aud
fthililrMlt'a fittltfi unil ni-nrnniitii
The following uames are thoae of shown lu this region oau now be bought
pupils who have attended the primary let oue-hulf the manufacturers' prices
Uu Novabar least.
Sato from SIS to vie.
We will save you the above aotouut
If you get measured for a suit or over
coat at our pLaoe. We iveoventooked
oureelf with whiter goods aud will
therefore make to your order an all
wool suit or averooai at 115, worth 122 ;
at 130 worth 2M. at tf worth 133, and
guaranttte y.,u a i 1 feet tit aud tlrat
ula ss workmauauip, at the One Prioe
star i lotniug nail, opposite tue I en
houool every daydurlugthe fir-mouth uftoB, "u iw otar Lioiniug nan,
banning with Sept 4th and ending 10':;':
Oct Ird: Floreuoe Albright, Bertha I uoat at 81.18. worth better ones at
Albright, Il .ula Beltx, Msia Belts, 2 15, to-Td and 3jB5. Our men's suits
Daisy Gtaver, Uaaie Moyer, Mamie una overooats at w.t, H.ni TO and
ti.i vi..i.i u . at 1 cut upward are worth double the money;
Ileed, Haohel Strang, Mamie Seidel. wUlll poaitively sell you the cheat
Nora Stroll, Gertie Trine, Willie Emery aud beat made olothlug thU Fall than
drover G raver. Chas. Ilalaa. I Kiwtna. ever before. we overstocked ourselves
AlUtrt Knana. Ilarrv Kilt, f'ltira Ulnar "HI will give you tut) ueueni OI It, ana
viii..,., t... ' , will also Allow youaoaa h dlaoount ofl
------- - 1 1 1 1 ,1,1 nar iifliit tn nuv nap f.nt
Harry Strang a,ad I'Wdluaud Trine . .
My re. U Miller, teeouer. I ti.tter uoan.r. rr th rrinurs.
Uougreaaman Howard Mutchler has
1S7S 1 dies' at Kisaoa c tu. I iutrotluoed a bill appropriating 200,aw
H liloaebla elothinc for acart-. I First street Lehlghton. was transferred
body at M. Lo Jt Ctt, OberU Uloek. to Ot rlee A. Wernet 'Itie lu use for
Couoord graoea. aeou a basket: the Wanetab Hotel at Glen Onoko, in
ehie,3 po uls for i oeate, oream the u&tue of Max Schweibinz, was I tral R. R. depot, Mauch Chunk
ZZT? tr?.r?.Z'Vr trferred to A. W. Long. H...r.,.. e
oenu Ver quart; haddoek.V oeaul par J" Du.ra.ko . Hongariau plead 1 Mtltou Flury, Weissport. h a lar. Jy ver Ufore
. " - r,w v.Hwu,uiMiffa, 1 1",, - w. AMuiutiem ui ail smut Ol lurui-w tltsiuu A Ittar .uu wauw UJ tuOK lilie (If the UUllullU?
til Wt..l. Ul- II lt.u.M. u I . . , . . I . , ... ... 1. t..... ...I . 1 ...... 1 .
.. . m. w. m wnmuu, rnu autre ai XUiuru wuu luoiu 1 uiut.i', .uiiw,, iuubb, ati . wmcu di It . mil tl ntuuina tit aljutlr an, I P,.
LAtblglituu and Wei port every day ..,.. ttil .t Mr Tlutnu1 aelltug at terj luv. ttrirws lrsuuueed ,, , . . 7. ' r.
siahouiug o.luday. and saturdaya , Unt,u" to kt' At ' JUOB" " 1 ,u, t htiig 11. this lino bu it here au.l I th low ,r,c' " tLe u Pru HUr
artertieeu. 1'aoa.eriou, l-ueeday aud llu' he wa. given a light uteuce bj ru will ,,,. un.iie), t-,au-,e ,.ur pi n- I'luthmg Hull, opposite Central li I;,
lhuraty Uot-fil dollaia flue, the tso.t uf am the trj luattat in the tallej depot, Mauch (.'hunk
Suoh a Que and stylish assort out of I or 3U)jOOJ it uece ary, for the pur
; ... I.... u.,.i ..unu. sa 1 icuaa-e oiaaiteior a tzovarment ttrtut
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A Ureat lrl.lt Cottte.tr,
On Monday evening Oct 23 at the
Opera House. Mr. Steve Maley will
appear in Will II. Powers musical
Comedy, "Au Irishman's Luck." The
play Is brimful of funny sayings,
laughable situations aud original
musical selections Mrs. Maley aa TFe
funny Irishman Is a Comedian far
above tbo average lie U a singer of
comic songs, aud a dancer of more
than ordinary abUlty.
Paterson Morning Call. Phlllon's
Theatre opened Saturday Evening to a
crowed house aud the comedy, "Ail
Irishman a Luck," was Interpreted by
a clever company of Com edisas. Tke
play is a rollicking comedy through
out which is interpreted with medleys,
songs, dances, eta, they should do big
business during the week.
Boston News. Steve Maley as a
tunny Irishman Incited roars ot laugh
ter at eyery speech. His tinging and
dancing made a hit and earned repeat
Farm For Sale,
A 70 acre farm in high state ot cul
tivation including 0 acres ot goodwood
laud, ltuprovetnentsaren large 2 story
stone House a large frame bank uin
aud other necessary out buildings, will
be sold at Public Sale on the premises
at Trachsville, Carbon County, Pa., on
Saturday Oct. 28th 1803 at 1 p. m. by
William Uutb. Very easy terms.
TfltjWhotu It May Concern,
All persons are hereby forbid to give
or sell my husband, Geo. M. Rex, any
iutoxtottting liquors, as I will punish
them to the full extent of the law.
Mrs. O. M. Rex,
Oet H KJ 3w. lehlghton, Pa.
tin the I.t and Sud
Of each mouth Dr. Bowers, the well
known and successful specialist will
at the Weissport House, Walsaport,
where he will be pleased to receive all
those desiring his services, tf.
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equal will bo the attraction at L'oucert
lli Mauch Chunk ouMoiida evoulug I
a an. d i
Aoream of tartar baking powder
Highest of all In leavening strength.
ITMrr Umitio Stith UovEaxxiMT
oexi K )T.
lloyal Baking Powder Co.,
UX. Wall St, N. Y.