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rdlnnnccs or the
Borough of Lehighton
REVISED JULY, 1873.
Section 1. That It shall not bo law
ful for any person or persons to suffer
or permit nny lioga or swlno, horses,
mares, geldings, mulo or mules, cattle,
shepp, goats and geese, to run at large,
within tho Borough of Lehighton, and
the owner or owners of any such shall
bo liable to pay a fine of flvo dollars
for each and every hog or swlno, horse,
mare, geldlnc, mulo or mules, cattle,
sheep, goats and geese, so suffered or
permitted to run at largo within tho
said borough, to bo adjudged nnd re
covered with costs, before tho burgess
or any justice of tho peace within tho
said borough. One-half to go to the in
former, tho balance to tho use of tho
Sec, 2. That in case any hogs or
swine, horses, mare or gelding, mulo or
mules, cattle, sheep, goats and geese,
shall bo found running at largo within
tho limits ot said borough, it shall be
the duty of the high constablo oi any
policeman to Impound them, for which
cmlce ho shall receive one dollar for
each and every ono so Impounded, to bo
paid by tho owner or owners thereof,
before recovering their property, and
shall forthwith give notico of the
fact to the burgess, who, on hearing
the circumstances, shall, If ho adjudgo
such hog or swine, horse, mare, geld
ing, mulo or mules, cattle, sheep, goats
and geese, to have been running at
largo within tho, limits of tho said bor
ough, lssuo his precept to tho high con
stable to make public sale, after five
days' notice, posted up in tbroo con
spicuous places In the said borough, of
any such hog or swine, horse, niarn or
gelding, miilo'or mules, cattle, sheep,
goats and geese, and If tho owner or
owners shall appear and pay the above
fine and costs, before tho day of salo,
such hog or swine, hoise, mare or geld
ding, mulo or mules, cattle, sheep,
goats nnd geese, shall be delivered up,
but If not so redeemed, he shall proceed
to sell, and after paying said line and
costs, the residue of tho purchaso money
shall be deposited with tho Borough
Treasurer, . for the owner or owners
thereof, 'to be paid over on the fact of
ownership being established before the
burgess, and so certified by him to, tho
Section 1. Tho burgess shall lssuo
his proclamation to the qualified voters
of the borough, at least ten days before
tho third Friday in March, of each
year, and therein state tho officers to bo
voted for at such election.
Sec. 2. That tho Town Council, at
the meeting at which they organize,
and whenever a vacancy may occur,
shall elect a Secretary, who shall be
duly qualified and enter upon the dis
charge of his duties, and who shall hold
bis ofilco until the organization of tho
new Council, or until his successor shall
be duly elected and qualified, unless
removed by a vote of two-thirds of the
Sec. 8. The Town Council shall an
nually, at the first meeting after their
organization, and whenever a vacancy
may occur, elect a Street Commissioner,
Treasurer and a sufllcient number of
police, who shall enter upon tho dis
charge of thejr duties after being duly
qualified. And tho said Couucll shall,
also elect a tax collector at the stated
meeting in tho month of April, and
whenever a yacancy may occur, who
shall enter 'upon his duties when the
duplicates shall bo placed In his pos
session. Tho said officer shall hold his
office for one year, or until his success
or bo chosen and duly qualified, unless
sooner removed by resolutions of tho
X. Gas and
Section 1. That whenever any com
pany or Individual, or either of, them,
their inspectors or agents, shall dig, or
cause to bo dug, any trench or trenches
in, along or across tne streets, roaus,
lanes, alleys, slue-walks, gutters or
foot-ways within the borough, it shall
bo the duty of the said compinles or
Individuals, or cither of them, their in
spectors or agents, to keep such place
In a condition secure agalust danger to
persons during tho time such work may
bo progressing, and immediately upon
the completion of the work to fill up and
close such trenches, and also to replace
tho samo in cood order at tho proper
cost and expenso of said companies or
Individuals : provided, that such dig
glng of trenches after being commenced
by such Individuals, companies or their
agents, shall at no time be suspended
without unavoidable cause, and In case
either ot said companies or Individuals,
or their Inspectors or agents, snail ne
elector rofuso to comply with tho pro
visions contained in this section, such
company or Individuals, their Inspec
tors or aeents so neelectlng or refusing,
shall, for each and every such neglect
or refusal, forfeit and pay a lino or pen
alty of not more than twenty dollars.
CHAP. XI. Secretary of Council,
Srcrios 1. That It shall bo the duty
of thu Secretary of the Town Council
to keep a written journal of tho pro
ceedings of tho Council, Including the
preparing for printing the samo and ot
lhe ordinances, he shall preservo all
documents confided to his care, which
shall be open at' all times for inspection
of any member of tho Council, and he
i-lmll have the archives ot the borough
under bis charge, subject to the direc
tion 'and control of the Council, but no
paper shall be withdrawn therefrom by
uny member without tho consent ot the
Sec. 2. That tho same Secretary shall
make oct under his hand, and seal of
t lie borough, certificates to the officers
t lected bv the Council, which shall bo
ik'llveicd to each of the said officers
immediately after they aro duly quail
Sec. n. That In addition to tho dutloa
Imposed, It shall bo thn duty ot tho
Secretary of tho Town Council to act as
Secretary of the standing nnd special
committees, keep regular Journals of
their proceedings and attend to tho
printing of tho samo, If required, and
give notice to tho members of said com
mittees of tho meetings thereof.
Seo. 4. That It shall bo tho duty. of
tho Sccretnry to keep a truo record of
all tho accounts of the borough, to re
ctivo from tho burgess and clerk of ho
market all moneys collected by thctn on
borough account j also, to recelvo all
other moneys and to pay tho same over
to tho Treasurer and take his receipt
therefor, In order that tho Town Coun
cil may, at any time, by reference to
the books of tho borough, bo nblo to
know thu condition of the samo.
CHAP. XII. Awning and Awning
Sfction 1. That it shall not bo law
ful to nlace. keen or maintain any awn
ing, which shall not extend to the lino
of the curb-stone of tho foot-way or
pavement Intfront of tho premises bo-
foro which sucn awning snail uo piaceu;
nor to place, keep or maintain a sldo
wing or side wings to auy awning or
awnings, the lower side of which shall
not heat least seven feet, six Inches above
the foot pavement, under the same, nor
to place, keep or maintain any device
n tho samo nature tnereot on any iooi
pavement or side-walk, as a sign.
Sec. a. That any person or persons
who shall erect or maintain, any
such post or awning, contrary to tho
provisions containeu in wis cnapier,
shall forfeit and pay a fine or penalty
of five dollars for each and every day tho
same is so kept and maintained, after
toeing notified, une-nait tue nne to
go to the Informer, and the balance to
CHAP. XIII. Health.
Section 1. That the burcess nnd the
members of the Council, or a committee
of physicians appointed by them, shall
constitute a board of health of the
borough, and shall perform all duties in
Sec. 2. That the Council shall make
such regulations respecting nuisances,
sources of filth, and causes of sickness
as tho Board of nealth, may recom
mend for the government of the in
ternal health of the borough, and the
burgess shall supeilntend the execution
of the laws and regulations in relation
to the same, (
WM, WAGNER, Chief iJurgess.
AVm. KESirwEii, Secretary.
Nov. 15, 1873.
UOMAS S. BECK,
Respectfully announces to his friends
and tho public in ceneral, that ho has
just opened, In connection with his other
business, a First-ciass
Establishment, and guarantees to give
fits" and tho best of workmanship and
material for tho lowest possible prices.
Also, constantly on hand a largo and
fashionable stock of Men's and Boy's
READ V - MADE CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
HATS, OATS AND FURS.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
RED SOLE LEATHER,
SnOE FINDINGS, &C
TOIUCCO AND CIOARS, STATIONERY,
School IIuouh atici;itlaleilal,
In endless variety, and at Trices fully
as Low as elsewhere.
Sole Agent In tho United States for tho
Sale of KENsiiAw's uommerciai
WRITING FLUID !
Orders by mall promptly filled.
Also. Acent for the celebrated KEY
STONE SEWING MACHINE, one of
best In the Market.
Lehighton, Fa. mar. 1.
W. A. GRAYER
Respectfully Informs tho people of this
borough and tho surrounding country.
that lie has opened the store formerly
occupied by F. P. Serorael, wlthaclioice
selection of Spring and Summer
Together with a large assortment of
OA11FKTS, OIL-CLOTHS, c, Ac,
Which be Is selling at the very lowest
He Invites an Inspection ot bis stock,
and respectfully solicits a share ot the
Lehighton, May 17, 1878. ly
Opposite the Public Squaie,
SOUTH ST., LEniGUTON, PA.,
Tin & Sheet Iron Ware
And Dealer In all kinds of
ET Hoofing, Spoutlug
promptly attended to.
Th Manitrnof tli Miner', Laborers and Mo
t hftnlen Fund, to be rald by a
Grand Gift ConcTt,
Hp pwt fully mwonnre to lti public the pnnt
pmiemedt of the Concert unit Dlatrltmtlon ndrer
U& to come o(T on the 20th or Ffptember, until
Monday, Occcmlicr 1st, 187.
whn It will poBltlrelf bike place. The enow
thnt hne compelled n pnnponmntiireTU: That
the Intentions nnd nhjectflnfthe Aoc1tlm hare
notion thoroughly under torn! by the mil ecu,
which dcprlrcd many nfotir AffenU from making
return! of the number of ticket the Managers
propone ftolllrifc In order to establish the worthy
and charitable fund.
It la a wfdl known fact that prejudice exlnt
ftfcalnnt (lift Enterprise In my form, but we feel
i nnfldent that when the obejeta tn view, and the
bnneQclnl reull thnt mint follow the onterprle
of the Miner'; Laborcra'and Mechanic A 'twin
tlon are thoroughly understood, the projudtcra
will at once be dlopetledand all wilt Jolu In wlah
lnjr. thin cauAe meet).
The MannRera hate Hi Ten aufllcl'-nt evidence
that the object of the A nunc 1st Ion will lie enforced
which la n atfHdent guarantee of the hiccups of
th eatabllnhment of the I'und.
They are backed by the moat promlnont and In.
fluentlal men In thl aectlon, who, too. are an,
ou toaecuro the elabHhmnt of auch n worthy
and charitable Awoclatlon, pro? Idlng fur the alck
and dlab1ed ticket holder or member thereof.
We feci confident that we will tie pardoned for
thla unavoidable delay, which brta boeii requested
by ninny of our Ajienta.
jomnkmn!1?' b""m- "
r. O. box 340, llmleton, Lui. Co., Va.
Unzleton, Lux. Co,, I'a. 8 pt. 27, '73.
- For tho Use of Miners, Laborers
and Mechanics, to be secured by a
To be Held at
Hazleton, Lnz. Co., Fa., on
Monday, Dec. 1, 1873.
2000 GIFTS to be GIVEN AWAY!
Grand Gift, $2,000 !
2 Grand capital gifts, $500 each.
2 Grand capital gifts, 200 each.
1 Span matched horses, with family car-
ilage, silver mounted, $1000.
1 Tavern stand anil 2 lots In Buck
.Mountain City. $4000, &c, Ac.
In valuable Gifts to be given away.
By permission we publish the following gentle
men nfl Keferences;
It. S. lluttblnn, J V., Falls Run City, Luzerne
Jos. V'oose, J. I'., North Union township, Schuyl
kill couuty, Pn.
J. W. Ilunslnger, Foreman Roberts' Run Coal Co.,
Luzerne county, Pa.
Thomas Coburn, J, 1'., Hazleton, Liu. Co., 1'a.
Henry IJach, llrewer, llaleton, Pa., nuil
J, 11. Mcllale, Merchant, Ilazletou, Pa.
Agents wanted to sell tickets, to whom
liberal commissions will be paid. Sin
gle tickets, $1.25; Ave tickets for ?5;
ten tickets, $10. Send for programme.
Communications must be addressed to
ISAAC S. LEBO, ) Business
JOHN KLINE, J Managers,
P. O. box 340, Hazleton, Luz. Co., Pa.
Henry Mkis, Treasurer, Hazleton, Pa.
Sept. 27, 1873-td
ATKOXIZE Homo Trade!
omething New in Lehighton !
Hausman & Knhns8"-
Respectfully announce that they '.has
opened a Wholesale
In the Borough of Lehighton, Carbon
county, Pa., and that they are prepared
to supply the Trade with every descrip
tion of l'ure (tndy, at Prices fully
as Low as those of New York or Phila
delphia. Among their stock will bs
found the following choice varieties :
CREAM CHOCOLATE, STRAWUEItRY STAIN
And the Best of
Together with choice assortment ot
Nuts ot all kinds
French I GermanToys,
and in fact everything usually found In
a nrst-class Candy iSstaulishraent,
MANUFACTURERS AND SHIPPERS OF
lee CreaM ! !
Pic NIcs. Festivals and other Parties
supplied on short notice and at reason
able rates; also, in counecuon tuere
with, they have a
Bread and Fancy Cake
and can always supply any of theabovo
articles, In large or small quantities, at
Wedding CnUcs a Specialty !
The patronage of Dealers and tbo
Public Is most respectfully solicited, and
entire satisfaction guaranteed.
HAUSMAN & UHNS, Agts.
Lehighton, Pa., March 1, 1873-yl
Z. H. L"brigTs "Column.
CHEAP for CASH.
i. -r .'
ed is willing to
sell goods of all
kinds at prices
to suit the times.
You will find a
variety of arti
cles in his line
which are not
hy the majority
Call and sat
. IE. JMwra.
THE GREAT REMEDY FOR
which can bo cured by a
timely resort to this stand
ard preparation, as has been
proved by tho hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to bo tho most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for tho relief and
euro of all Lung1 complaints,
and is offered to tho public,
sanctioned by the experience
of over forty years. "When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
euro in tho most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Uroup, Whooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
boro Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the .Lungs, &c. Y istars
Balsam does not dry up a
Uougli, and leave tho cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the causo of
BETH W. F0WLE & EONS, Boston, Mass.,
Ana oid by jfruggtsta ana Dealer ccnerajiy.
1). K. 11EATTT. EDWD. TLOTTS.
BEATTY & PLOTTS,
Manufacturers of the
I1EATTV A I'LOTTS CKLKI1IIATKD
Washington, N. J.
Upwards of 100 of Reatty & Plotts
celebrated Parlor Organs have been sold
in tho Lehigh Valley during) tho past
Realty & PlotU Par'or Organs wcro
awarded f irst rremium & Diploma
over Ncedham & Sou and J.
Kstey & Co's Organs, at tho
Cttrbon County I'lilr,
Held at Lehighton, September, 1872.
ir GOOD AGENTS WANTED, -
January 18, 1873-yl
w Corner of
Bank & South Sta., Lehighton, Fa.,
Keeps a full lino ot
Comprising Ladles' Dress Goods, Rlack
and Colored Alpacas, Ginghams,
Prints, Shirtings Sheetings, &c.
ot every grade and price.
CMIU'ETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
In great variety.
Teas, Coffee:1, Sugars, Spices, Fruits,
Hams, Shoulders, Side-Meat, Ac.
Uought, Sold or Exchauged.
HAR DW ARE
For Rullding and other purpose; In
great variety of tlio nest quality,
All goods warranted us represented,
and prices fully ns low M elsewhere.
April 8, 1873-yl
I'm rmALX a a .va
Dr. ,T. Walkor'g California'
Vinegar Bitters aro n puroly Veg
otaMoproparatloti, mado chiefly from
tho nativo herbs found on tho lower
rangcaof,tho Slorra Norada moun
tains of California, tho medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without tho ttso of Alcohol.
Tho question is almost daily asked,
" What is tho causo of tho unpar-i
allelcd success of Vixkgai: Rit
TEitsf" Our answer is, that thoy
roinovo tho causo of disease, and
tho patient rocovcrs his' health. They
aro tho groat blood purifier and a
llfo-giving principle, a pcrfuct Reno
vator aud Invigorator of tho system.
Novcr boforo in tho history of tho world
has a mcdiciuo been compounded pos
sessing the remnrkablo qualities of YlK
eoah Bitters iu healing tbo sick of
ovory diseaso man is heir to. They aro
a eontlo Purcativo as well ai a Toriio:
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
tho liivcr auu visceral urgaus, iu Jlilious
Tho properties of Dn. Wait
er's Vineo a'k IIittkrs aro Aporiout, Dia
phoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tive Diuretic, Scdatiyo, CouDtor-Irritant,
Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands nrocialm
Vinegar Bitters tho most wonder
ful Invigorant that over sustained
tho sinking system.
iso i'crson cau tako these Hit
ters according to directions,- and ro
maln long unwell, provided their
bones aro not destroyed hy mineral
poison or other means, and vital or
gans wastcu uqyona' repair.
Bilious, lieimttent. and in
tcrmittent Fevers, which aro bo
provalont in tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout tho United Statoa,,
especially tnoso oi tuo Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tcnnosseo,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazo3, Rio Graudo, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobilo', Savannah, Ito
anoko, James,'' and many, others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entiro country during tho
summer and Autumn, ana remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
cat and dryness, aro invariably ac
companied by extensivo derange
ments of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgativo, exerting a
powerful induonco upon those vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
There Is no cathartie fpr tho purposo
equal to dr. J. walker's vinegar
TitTTFits. as thnr wilt sneedilr removo
tho dark-colored viscid matter wiih which
tho bowels aro loaded; at tbo samo time
stimulating tho secretions of tho liver,
and gcnoraily restoring tho hoaltby func
tions of tho digestive organs:
1' ortily tho body ncrninst Uis-
caso by purifying all its fluids .with
Vineqab Bitters. No cpidcmio can
tako hold of a system thus loro-armed.,
U. vsnensia Or indigestion, Head
ache. Taiu in tho Shoulders. Concha,
Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness,, Sour;
eructations ot tno tjtomacn, uaa xpsie
iu tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of tho Heart, Inflammation 'or' tho
Lungs, Pain in tho region of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
aro tho offsprings of Dyspepsia, One bot
tle will proro a bettor guarantee of its
merits man a icngmy aaverusemoni.
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial attcc
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Soro Ryes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, "Walkke'b Vm
eoar Ritters havo shown their great cur
ative powers in the most obstinate 'and.
For Inllninniatory and Qhronjc
Ilhcuniatisin, Gout, B(lious, Remit
tent and Intermittent ,1'overs, Disease's
of tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
thoso Bitters havo no equal. Such Di.
cases aro caused by vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Porsona
engaged in Paints aud Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-boaters and
Miners, as they advance in life, are subi
jeet to paralysis of tho Bowels. To. guard
agalust this, tukd a doso of Walker's
vYneoau Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Totter, Salt-Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring
worms, Scald-head, Soro Kyos, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfr, Discoloration of tlio
Skin, Rumors aud Diseases of tho Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug up and carried ont of the system in a
short timo by tho uso of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
forking in tbo system of so many'thoq.
sands, aro effectually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medlcino,'no ver
mifugos.vpo anthelmintics will frco tho
system from worms like those Bitters.
ForFcmaloConiplainte, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn ot
womanhood, orthe turn of life, these Ton
ic Bitters display so decided an Influence
that improvement is soon peroeptiblo;
Cleanse tho Vitiated Blood
whenever yon find Its impurities bursting,
through tho skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Soros; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in tbo veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; your feeling will tell
you when. Keen tbo blood pure, and the
health of tho systom will follow,
it. ii. .Mcdonald & co.,
DrorcliU (l flro. Auu, San Kruiclioo. Ctllfor.
tit. it cor. ut WuUiiRtoM mil Cbultoa 6U.N.Y.
oolil hy ull llrMBgUU nnd J)er,
AllGAlNS roil 1878 Me-
- lodeoni, nearly new, from (35.09
upwards. REATTV X-PLOTTS.J.
Apr. 13. Washlugtou, N.