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U. V, MORTIIIMER, raUlihir.
SATURDAY MORNINO, DBCEMDKIl 27, 1873.
Local and Personal.
No suspension of Tnn OxnnoN Ad
vocate on account of the holidays.
Our carrier boy, Harry, desires us
to state to tho patrons of Tnc Caiwon
Advocate that he will wait upon tlicm
early on iVew Year's morning witli his
first annual greetlug.
The Lehlghton Academy will re
open January Ctli.
Tho Bethlehem Iron Works re
sumed full operation last Monday
The new stack of the Lehigh Val
ley Iron Company, at Coplay, will be
put In blast soon after January 1.
Iter. D. K. Kepner will prrach In
tho Academy to-nioriow (Sunday) as
follows at 10:00 ft. in. in German, aaii
t7:00 p. m. in E'iglish.
David Mnntz has taken the hold
in this placo recently occupied by' D. P.
T. D. Olatiss has ono of tho finest
Assortments nt' cloths, cassl meres and
vestlngs In this section, and Is pienart-d
to make up goods In tlie latest' fashion
at low pile o ; he has also a full stuck
of ready-made .clothing, boots, shoes,
gaiters, hats, caps, furs and cents furn
ishing goods, which ho Is selling at
panic prices. Call and seo his Immense
pile of goods.
- Ilausman Kuhns have rushed
things tremendously during tho past
week, but have renewed their stock for
New Year's day Call and get what
you want for almost nothing. Sure I
The Dimes Savings Hank, of Slat
lngtmi, has suspended, and Mr. Peter
Gross has been appointed receiver.
. The Allcntown Rolling Mill Com
pany,' resumed operations on Monday
Fresh bread and cakps dally at
Ilausman fc Kuhns'.
'Three talloresses, on custom pants,
wanted Immediately at T. S. Beck's
merchant tailoring establishment, Le
The Lehigh Valley Railroad Com
pany took In $200,000 at Allcntown
Station for tickets and freight on mer
chandise and coal for tho year end Ins
Dec. 1, 1873. This does not include
'freight on coal, ore, Ac, for the rolling
mills and furnaces, which would proba
bly lncrcaso it one-half. Morning
Connor Tost, 177, G. X.. It., of
Summit Hill, Intend celebrating Wash
ington's. Birthday In an acceptable
manner,. and the arrangements are al
ready1 In progress. They will invite
Poubleday Post, of Tamaqua,' Sovern
Post, of Mahanoy City, and the Post at
Mauch Chunk, to parade with them In
the morning, attend church, and then
enjoy a social dinner.
Candles, wholesale and retail, at
Haustnan & Kuhns.
Por'fumiiy flour, of the very best
quality go to J. K. Itlckert, East Weiss
port. Lumber and coal In large or
small quantities at' lowest market rates.
A faw lots In Rlckertov.n still unsold
buy at once. 4
Rev. J. P. Wlpkleln, pastor of a
church near Heading, Pa., was sudden
ly killed a few days since under pecu
liar circumstances. Having gone gun
ning, his dogs ran a rabbit Into a hollow
tree. With two companions ho took
hold .of the tree to shake out tho rabbit,
when Instantly the entire trunk broke
into threo pieces and fell with n terrible
crash, tlu upper part striking Mr. W.
on the head, crushing him to the earth
and killing him In tantly.
A dhpatcb from Hazleton, dated
the S4lh lust., says, John Dougherty,
about 19 years old, Implicated In the,
Storey murder, on 11 e 1:1th int.. w
arresieu in me uarlelgli nilntM Just
lilglit. He confessed before the fustleu
of the Peace this morning to having
been one of the party.
Toys aud candies for the Christmas
and New Yen holidays at J. Fatilnger
& Son's, at the very luwest'prlccs. Call
and Inspect their1 stock before making
your purchases elsewhere.
If you want Job Printing of any
description, you should call at ,the
CARBON ADVOCATE OFPIOE,
where you can get .It done as quick
and as well as elsewhere, and SAVE
25 VXM CENT, on your order. Como
along. We are ready to serve you.
Joseph Kopp, of Beaver Hun, de
sire ui to stato that he Imported a Jack
from Qermauy In 1802, and that re
cently be bas been stolen or strayed,
and that whoever bas got him may
Voep him,'; as ho'doa't wanthl'm any
more. , '.. '
A distressing cough causes tho
friends of the sufferer almost' ai much
pain as the sufferer himself, and should
receive Immediate nttentlon .Dr. Wis
tar's .Balsam Of WlldCherry'jsbeedliy
cures' .'coughs, colds,- influenza;, sore
throat,' fcc. yIt .will alwayMevp 'con
sumption, and In 'marly, TweTliattcstcd
cases It has,' effected a perfecCure.
The. teachers and friends ot,tho Pack
erton Sunday schools treated their schol
ars to candy, &c, on Christmas day.
Mr. P. P. Lentz,- of Allcntown,
spent Christmas day with his friends
i n this borough.
Tho fair end festival for tho bene
fit .of tho Presbyterian Chutch Is still In
Christmas In the M. E. Sabbith
School was duly celebrated. Two very
handsome Chrlitmns trees were trimmed
with fruits nnd candles; the' window
blinds were clo'ed and lamps lit,' nnd
llio trees with their tilinlnlngs made a
very pretty show. The children wero
liberally supplied with the good things,
nnd addresses, short and to tlin point,
were made by Rev. J. T. Swindells, J.
S. Lentz, Daniel Olewlne, nnd otheis.
It was a very happy occasion.
Toys for girls and boys In endless
variety, and at panic prices, at Ilaus
man & Kuhns'.
Z. II. Long is offering extraordi
nary Inducements to piucliasers of ily
goods, groceries, provisions and Queens
waie. Call and luspoct his Immense
Charles Trainer, corner or Lehigh
and iron btiects, will supply you, with
Hour and feed, plow your gardens or
do your hauling ut icasonahle rules.
Fur alms, linseed oil, glass,, white
lead, &c, go to P. P. Semuiel's hard
ware store, Bank street,' Lelilghton.
Cheap ns the cheapest good as the
An eminent divine says, " I have
been using the Peruvlnn Syrup. It
gives me new vigor, buoyancy of spirits,
flnsllclty of miucle." Seth V. Povle
& Suns, Boston, will bend, free, n pam
phlet of 32 pages,, contijnlng a full ac
count of .this remarkable, medicine, to
any one sending their .address.,.
If' we should" happen to' b'o "favored
wlth'a' " beautiful 'snow" niidn sleigh
IS wrfnted, 'go and' examine those of
David Ebbeit. In the men'iitfme take
a buggy ride.
A beautiful stock of 'Bohemian,
china' and'glass ware, suUable.fgr holi
day presents, Just received at E. II.
Snyder's, Bank street, Lelitghton. The
articles aro very pretty aud j,thu prlco
will be sure to suit you. -'
Thos. Kemerer, Esq., had .his par
lor beautifully decorated on Christmas
day, and thrown open for tho reception
of visitors, anefraade glad the hearts of
hh Juvonllq vlsirars.vrith-aUlrfral'' sup
ply of cakes and candy. 1
Mr. John Seaboldt, of .Alleritown,
spent Clirlstmas day with hU'frlends in
this borough. 5 v,
Our friend, A. J. Durling, c'ele
brntcd his birthday on Christmas. Quite
a largo party of friends assembled at
.his residence ,on,tho occasion. . .
Win.-Kemorcr Is crpvdedtay and
evening with customers purchasing
cheap nnd handsome dress goods,, dry
goods, groceries, provision and'4 hard
T.,ScBeck, the merchant tailor,-Is
doing a rushing business In clothing,
hats, caps, boots, shoes, and gents' fur
nishing goods. His prices are down to
suit the times,
U. A. Bellz Is still offering tho
people bargains In dry goods and gro
ceries. Step In and examine his goods
Notwithstanding the tremendous
rush for dry goods and groceries for
Christmas at W. A. Graver's, Ills stock
is fully equal ti the demand for supply
ing them for tho Now Year.
A complete turn-out, single .or
double, can be obtained at L. P. Klep
plnger's Itvpry stables, corner of Bank
and Iron streets, at low prices.
Mndnrno Gallevey, late Lady Superior
of the Order of the Sacred Heart In the
Wc.-t, died Sunday mnrulnu;. In the
convent of that order in Chicago.
On Saturday night, the reldence
of County'Snperlute'ndent Hoffnrd, in
this borouuh, was entered by some mis.
creants, and the kitchen, cellar and
buttery thoroughly raus icked. Among
the .nrtlcl.es carried off were ' bread,
cakes, pies, butter, a piece of cooked
meat, and a 3-iiuart tin kettle. ' There
Is at present no clue to the thieves,
Tli Col Trad.
The following table shows tho quan
tity of coal slilppuit over the Lehigh
Valley Railroad fyr tjia -week eliding
Deo. 13, 1873, and for the year 'tut
compared with the same time last year:
,Xrtm WWk yMr.
Wyoming.... 10,724 10 50 074 03
HazleUiu .... 13,033 00 22,30'J 07
Up. Lehigh.. 490 09 ' 700 03
Bea.Meadow . -7,523,15, 44,031 10
Mahhtioy.... 8.708 00- 10.57u 0(1
Mauch Chunk 81 08 81 08
Total 50,570 03' lll'UOl 19
Last Vear,,.. 60,083,03 187,027 09
lncreuso '" ' " ' "
Decrease .... 11,823:01. ' 83,4 00
rj Maxell Chunk. Itciias.
By our own correspondent.
A very ludicrous and exciting wheel
bnrrow raco took placo In Upper Jauch
Chunk on Christmas afternoon. Sev
eral hundred spectators were present.
A largo number of entries wero made
by ambitious whcelbnrrowlsts, and it
was really amusing to see bow wide many
camo of tho mark. They wero blind
folded, nnd were allowed their own
liberty In wheeling to a stake some
yards distant, on which was fixed a
small fl.ig. The entrance fee was fifty
cents, and among those who took tliu
prizes was ono who struck the stake
from a bee line. Tho prizes-were sev-
ralfflpe pigs, and tho luclfyHojieSt will
bo well supplied wall sausage '.his
On Christmas Eve the 27th reunion
of tlin survivors of Co. K Stockton
Artillerists, who shared the hardships
of the Mexican war, took place at the
Mntislor. House. Dr. Coffee, President
of Lehigh University, and Dr. Banks,
of Wllkei-Barre, wero among tho
guests from ubroad. Speeches wero
made by Prof, toffee, J. H. Slcwers,
'Jen. Lilly, Judro Packer nnd Senator
Brodliead, and J. II. Chapmau recited
a very appropriate odfc. Tho banquet
was n gorgeous one, and tin- bill of fare
cinbinceil the eholcost delicacies. Judge
Packer woiei n red velvet vest made
from material captured fimn tlin halls
of the uliiiiteiuiuas. .Viij r Klutz pre
sided us chairman, nnd of tho original
nnist-r roll of ninety-eight but nineteen
wero reported s'.lll living. Thus. Crel
ll ii, John Solomon, Win. Wilhel.it, Ed
ward Itemniel, Major Klotz, John Pryor,
P. C. Kline, Joseph lllleiuaii and Ed
ward Ulainu weio the, only members uf
the company present. Some eighteen
honorary members of the organization,
compose.! of the oldest and most promi
nent of our citizens, participated, 4aud
during tlieevenlng F C, Kline rendered
a number of Mexican airs on the lileu- :
tlciil violin 1 1 1 a t had followed the nun
puny through the entire war. Alter I
thu banquet was over tho' party'ad
Journcd to the parlors of tho hotel, and 1
parsed thu remaining hours of tho
Dr. Erwin, who "got up'-'' a beauti
ful Christmas " put." at the residence
of iMrj -Joseph Laclar, was h constant
demand on Christmas, showing visitors
the peculiarities and points of Interest.
The Representation cojiipletylyfilled the
room; nnd vns a striding plc-eturoof 'a
mountain fcene. running vntur, siiw
mlll In full operation, men pumping
room was thronged dajw and utglit'hy
lookers 011, mid when shown off by tho
light of the gas In the evening was real-
' .'111 coiiw-quenccof the leasoimade by
the C. R. It. of N. J. of the Lehigh Coal
& Nav. Co., the stock of tho last named
corporation went up from -23 per slmro
to H0, Several Mauch, Chunky 9J10
wero on the nlert went'tb Philadelphia
and entered lamely into the speculation.
Judjie Lelseiulng cleared 870,000 j A.
W. Leltenrlng JbO.OOOj M S. Kemerer,
$20,000; E. T. B06U1 $8,000; arid- Geo.
W. Esser $3,000.
On April 18th, 1874, tho anniversary
of the battle of Cer.ro Uordo will be
celebrated (at the Manslojv Ho'sj.JJ The
Scott Legion, of Philadelphia, ti'avb
promised to be present, nnd will arrive
at Mauch Chunk with the 11:43 a. 111.
traltydo .the .Switch-Back, (banquet at
thp-Marisloii' House at 4- p. ni., rt-maln
at Mauch Chunk over night, and go to
Wllkes-TJarre tho next morning, where
they wjll. bo. received by. GeuZ-Daiia.
Among tho' dlbtlng'iilshed persons who
.will be present aro Gens. Hooker, Pat
terson, Cadwalader, and others.
Mr. Thomas Patterson was married
to Miss Sarah Deterllne, at the resi
dence of Joslah ifrown, in U. Mnucli
Chunk, on Christmas afternoon, at two
o'clock. Rev. Noble Pramo performed
Several of our stores liavo been
robbed during the past week or ten
days, but who the thief or thieves nro
Is a question as yet unsettled. A de
mented y out li, who has been discarded
by 111-, parents and left to wander at
will through our borough, va nt first
thought to b the guilty one, but upon
a close examination that Miriulse la.'ked
confirmation, and now suspicion points
where? It would nITurd us much
pleasure If theso marauders on other
people's premises could be found out
nnd brought tj judgment. It is no
doubt highly satisfactory to tho gul.'ty
ones that they have n poor, outca t,
senseless youth at hand to point sus
picion upon, so the moro ciTeclually to
h(irtlielr nwn cowardly, knenklng
uliC And i )ust 'hero lid inig'ht re
mark, that this bov. wrose narents are
fully nblu to keip htm, should be tuken
Off the streptft liv IIih nnllinrllh.j ,iwl
placed . In , somiprpper as) (urn, and', tl,e
parrfiH, whose; dhtj? It'ls 'ti5'4 tuko can?
or their offspring, bo made to foot the
hill. It Is simply brutal Hut a human
being, though demented, should be al
lotted to ro.1111 our streets without n
home, nnd eipeclally at this Inclement
season of the year. Gentlemen, Poor
Directors, do your duty.
Senator Cameron voted against tho
new Constitution in lUrrUOurg, but
neyeitheless his own wrdiKU01tliti
9oattutloD' uujority of tuttty.tiyel
Jury I.lt,' Jinnirjr TarmlST.
The following Is n list of Grand nnd
Traverse Jurorsfor January Term, 1874,
ns drawn from the wheel Dei 11, '73:
Noal) Grlfjltli, bummlt Hill.
Francis Stocker", Lphlghton'
i'P Williams, Lausanno township
A A Douglass, Mauch Chunk
Solomon Wnlck, Franklin township
Jacob Ebbert, Lausanno township. .
Jonas Rehilg, Mahoning township
John ICnauss, .JVesquchontng
H'E-Schwnrtzi Kidder township
SW Hudson, Paoker towtishlp
Alexander Miller, Summit Hill ,
John Radcllue, L Towamensiug twp
Wallace Selwell, Lehighton
Simon SSi yder Towamenlng,twp 1
.W ri'ott, Ktdder township' ''. : '
rands Prult, Banks township
Joseph I)awon, Summit Hill
vlmlnoii Klotz, Franklin township
W.,E Mnlonuy, Auiks t.ownslilp
Stejilien Bojer, L Towaiuensiiig twp
Wililalrrll Amer, Sitmnilt Hill
Nathan Peiiner, Summit Hill
J K Itlckert, Frr.uKlIn township
Joseph Boyr,. Franklin township
;Josih Fisher, Summit, Iilll . . .
JC Beer; Towamensiug townshlfi '.
Owen Lercli, L Towamensiug township
f ranklin J Ileldt, uranitini township
William Forgee, Simmilt Hill
Stephen Solt, Franklin township
Adam Chrlstmnu. Penn' Forest
George Manrer. East Penn
Thomas Path, Lehlghtnn
Tbnmns Koons, Welssport
Uwen uover, eliigiuon
llllnm. Illnes, Neqliehnnlng
William' Kennedy, Lausanne
AiIhiii Meeke-s Penn Foribt
E' If Cooke., East Mauch Chunk
Ahiahiini Bertsch, Mauch Chunk
John Strnup, Suiunilt Hill
David A line, Mahoning
1, De'lliilley, Mauch Ct.unk
A .1 Lauderouin, Packer township
H H Everllt. Welspoit
Franklin C'Kiiight, Franklin " -' '
Nwil MeiiHlW, Ka-t Mauch Chunk
Harrison Wentz. Franklin
T J lieberllng, Mauch Chunk
Joseph Ehert, Mahonliii;
Adam W Kaehes, Franklin
William Wilhelm, Mauch Chunk
J T'MeOanlel, Mahoning
S.imuel C10II, Weatheily
Jams-" McOloskey, leaver Meadow
William .hiss, jr., LTuwameiisIng''
Mai lln Uei wick, E iliiucn Chuhk
J li Driblebeis, Lehlglituu
David Snyder, 1, Towaiiiensing
Jo-Uli Kuukle, Penn Purest
E C Wilson, Weatherly
A' P Peniose, B.inks
'Amui9ii,Aruer, Mahoning' .
Ed C-Taylur; Banks "
Henry, Beltz, -L Towamenslng
John Beiglie, jr., E Mnucli, Chunk
J B Twtedle, jr., llixuku
Johu Obert, Lehigliton
N C Glaw, Maucli Chunk
William NisleylSuiumlt Hill
Isuau'llurleinhn, Weatlierly.. ' s
WUpnrt liltfrnry Soclet-.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 20. Tlie
third regular meeting was held asaboVe.
The meeting was called to order by Jho
President 'n't "7 r.'M., nnd the roll, of
officers called. Tho reading of minutes
of previous ,meetlng was postponed,
Tlie following- candidates for m6m
beishlp wero proposed and elected:
Miss Annie Mertz, Messrs. Marsh,
Groot, Zlegenfuss and Glllinm.
Tilj .exercises of tho , evening were
taken up. ns follows :
Mrs. S. Leopold's question, postponed
till next week.
Miss A. Mcrti's question answered.
Essay by Miss Efflo Fenner ; subject :
Oration by J. W. Koons j subject :
Subject for debate, "Resolved, That
Labor should control Capital," was
then taken lip ; afllimatlve, S. R Gill
ham ; negative," T. W. Rcnshaw.v The
society decided. In favor. of the negative
Tho Committee on Programme for
next meeting reported as' follows :
Essay, Miss Annlo Mertz.
Referred question" Who was Solo
mon's father, where was he burled, and
what' Is tho name of the place?" J. A.
" When and by whom was coal first
dlscoveieil'ln tho United States?" Ed
win Groot. s
Oration, S. T. Leopold.
Subject for debate : " Kes Dived, That
men nre more apt to work, for Honor
than Money." Affirmative, Dr. J. U.
Zern j negative, S. Leopold.
On motion, adjourned to, meet, at 7
r. 11. Saturday, Dec. 27.
J. W. Koosi, President.
S. T. Leoi'old, Sec'y.
Thi Witk or I'rayar.
Thu following is the programme for
the Week of Prayer, prepared by a
cpiiimltteo of the U. S. Evangelc.al Al
liance, It differs In soma particulars
liom that prepared by the British AI
llanoe, which has been published In
home of the papers of this country :
januaiiv 4-11, 1874.
The Evangelical -AllUm-o suggests
tho tullowiiig as a siiltuhle plan lor tho
obseivauce, of tliu WVek of Prayer
Ihiuujihoiit'the. Uiited States :
Sunday, Jan. '4 :'Sei moils' Tho unity
of the Christian UliUrch ; the real ono.
Utfs of ajl true. believers,: hlndrauoea
,a'nd lmUiveUh'Uiiloh j tlitl hlesslngs to
ne imped lor trom tlm union ot believ
ers in prayer. John 17 : 21-23.
Momlay, Jan, 0 ; Confession. Our
ciirtlioriilwirthlnes and guilt," - '
TtmiikKglvlng. For natloual; domes
tic and personal lutrcies. Jteuiuoxut uud
rBuprillC)ltIon.-l'or epajtaj blewings.
on tho "week of prayer. Daniel 9:7;
Mai. 8 : 10.
Tilesday, Jan. 0 : Prayer For the
Christian Church ; for her increaso In
fallh, holiness and lovo ; for persecuted
and suffering Christians ; for Christian
liberty?; and for tho moro abundant,
outpouring of tho Holy Spirit. Co). 1 :
0-11 ; Ueb. 13 : 3 j' Hub. 3 : 2.
Wednesday, Jan. 7: Prayer for Fam
ilies. Home and parental influence ;
i sons nnd daughters ; tho absent, the
sick, tiro erring ; Inmates of prisons ;
all educational Institutions. Ps. 110:
12-14; 144; 12.
Thursday, Jan. 8 : Prayer for Na
tions. Jor peace-aiiiong men; for pub
He virtue .-and righteousness; for the
banishment of Intemperance, dishon
esty, infidelity and superstition ; and
for tliu, diffusion of punt and Christian
literature. Is. 00 j 10-18.
, iPiidav, Jan. 0: Prayer. Fo- Ilia
evangelization of all nominally Chris
tian countries); for tlm conversion of
Israel; for' seamen; for int-slimaries ;
for tho spread of the gospel In Mb'
hammediin and heathen countries: fur
the conversion' of thu wotld to Christ.
Ps. 08: 31 : 122: 0; Heb. 13 3.
Saturday, Jan, 10 : Prayer. For the
Christian in In Wry ;for Sunday Schools;
for revivals. Mutt. 0: 33 ; Duut. 4 : U;
Hab. 3 : 2.
Sunday, Jan. ,110-Sermons. Sub
ject: Christ's kingdom universal and
eve'rlutlng'. Ps. 07 : 1-2. Results of
the Sixth General Conference of ,tbe
SL K. Church.
Preaching in tho M. E. Church next
Sabbath at 10-30 A. M.'nnd7 r. t. Sab
bath 'School at 3 r. si. Extra meetings
still In progress.
A Watchnlght service will be held on
Wednesday evening, commencing at
8:30 o'clock, and continuing until after
12 t. This Is accoidlng to established
Methodist usagf .
On tho 18th of November by Uov. F. T.
Itennlkn, Mr Ernst JiiAtun Felsel nnd Mrs.
Anna Caroline lloibeldt, both or Weather
ly, tills county..
In Frnnkljn township, on tho lStli ult.
Scnla. wife or Aaron Schncll aged 35 years,
8 months uml ti clays.,
At Weatherly. an tho 18th tilt. Johann C
chlM ofCioMlclj and LoiilnuSclimUlt, nycil
I year. 1 tnonlhs nnd U dnyii.
Spf cial Notices.
II. T. 0O, having for
Ten Years made n speclalty of af
fections of tho alimentary canal,- suc
cessfully treats all diseases of the Stoni
aoh, Liver and Jowels. by his common
sense treatment. Dyspvpsln, Liver
Complaint, Biliousness, Nervous, De
bility, Hernia (Rupture), Hemorrhoids
(Piles), and Tape Worm ylefd to his
treatment after everything else falls.
Thousands of cases of diseases of the
Throat and Lungs and Nervous Com
plaints arise, from disorder of the diges
tive functions and disappear under pro
per treatment. Have you a weal; stum
acli, General debility, indigestion, con
stlpalion, acidity of tlie stomach, palpi
tation or llutterlng nt the heart, heart
burn, fullness 6r weight In tho stomach',
disgust for fond, swimming at tho head,
If so, consult Dr. B.- at "ouce.
Do you want'somethlngto strengthen
you? Do you want t6 get rid of nerv
ousness? Do'youl.want a good appetite?
Do you want energy? If so, consult
Dr.,li. nt.once, his common, sense treat
Sklri OlscuseN.arlso from lmpur,
Ity of tho.blooil aud disordered diges
tion causes impure.' 'blood if the fqun
tali') head be, vitiated the entire stream
s rendered. Impure all outward appli
cations such as lotlonn nnd salves may
dry up. a disease for a short, time, or
drive jt In on the vital organs, butDr.
B's treatment expells It from tho system
and makes a perfect cure,
llerriiii (Rupture), treated by me
chnnlcal npidlances and eltt-ti Icily.
Radical cure effected lu all curable cases.
I'lles ! Blind, bleeding or Itching,
cured like magic, I n--taut relief given
and sptedy .i-ure. Tlie'number of thosa
nfllicted la truly maryelous. Let no false
delicacy prevent, but consult Dr. B. at
onco aiid be rellevml from u life of misery
I'aiiu Worht Removed in Three
Hours-r-Uundreds of patients afflicted
wlthtapd worm aro dwtored and drug,
ged for other complaints, of course with
out relief. Tho presence of this dis
gusting parasite glv.s rise to a train of
symptoms that are often mistaken, for
other diseases, Dr. Bom) removes taim
worm, head'uud nil, with purely veget
able uietllclnrf lu threo hours. Mo lee
asked until entile worm Is lemnved.
E9 If you hav6 any of the above
diseases, do not hesitate, hut at unco
consult Dr. Bond, and tie cured. Ills
treatment is rational it kid scientific; his
remedies are purely vegetable, they act
byaMstlng nature and restoring' the
system to n healthy condition, lie is
the only phytdclau In America that
makes a specialty of this cla-s of diseases
Dr. BOND will visit Lelilyhton occa
tlonally. Duilhghls absence he can be
consulted by letterall coui.liunlcatloii
confidential.- Address", describing symp
toms, Dit. H. T. BO.'fD, Allen Uui,
ylll.-ptownPaji nuv 22Um,
jfjEnian VAbLiiv n.ii.
I'niwSj.r tritp.i lMT Uhlghton t folUm
Notd-7.l!. in., for ii'h Cbuuk, White HiT.n.
i JlhDoy Clljr, Ml. C.rm.l, I'llUtbu,
W tlkot-birn,, ui-j . t,U0D.
IWp .in. ror.il.ncnt.'bMlt. Ulun OnKsWlilto
Ueli! Ilniietoll, MibnoCllr, "WllkeUrr,
.ouut Uruiul, I'llUtuu. TunkbnncKk, Tow.
nJ. i:iojlrt,llulIlunJ Mticar Ytlx-
l.&lp.tn for JUuch Chunk, l'ltulca, 'Wartr
Jy aud tuUrniodUiesUllfruH
6.31 p. ui.'fir lwcu UAuiJc, ilUit.Oaiikt,
WhIU lliu, lluluiuu. Ualuuoy City, Wilkw
lUrr, auii rltrttoq n. lu; fur Jljudh
Hvry-a.OOt.in.(or AlUntown, lllh!bnm, Ksi
ton, I'ulUdelfbla, ,Nu Vuik nnd nil Mallout.
a. w.lor Alloutoirn, lloadloi;, llthlebm,
1-ulniHlf) IJarrltburr, Kutou, PhlUdclphia, X
JJia)tu,rurAlluiilun,llKU.uj, llanjji j.
Uarrlabuf, utou, PIUilelibu uud,X. Yuri.
4.44 p. Au.-fur Alleutwtflt, lU,thluui, taktun,
rbu.a.,uUl, ,w vrk ana all alalKinai ,
Jiim, Ir ilattuttuu, Uluau4u4, Allan
Hou, Ugiul.UrllJ, tulujl i'kiiaaa.uurf, llatfi-
iiuur trial ttuuuiflDui' ' t
' 0BKnr a. bAyuis.
The ilssoelatcd Reformed Presby
rlan says For years Perry Dnyls'
Pnin-Klllcr has been known as a most
useful family' medicine. For pains and
aches wo know nothing so good ns'lho
Pain Killer. For many Internal diseases
It Is equally good. W.o speak from ex
nerlence. and testify to what wo know.
No family ought to bo without a bottle
of Davis' Paln-Klller.
MEssrs. PKnnr D.vvtsA Snw. T hnv
it. i., .uents; Aiiuougn nstranuerto
Paln-Klller. 1 fonned It- ncquniiitnnco
In 1847 and I nin on most Intimate terms
wllli It still: my experience. In Its nu
conllrim my belief that llieiol-ilDineill-clueeipnl
to P.iin-Hlld'r fur tlii iiilelt
and sure cure of Summer 'Cnuiplainti,
Sore Throat, Croup, llrnNes nn I Cut's.
J have used it In all and found n spt-ely
cure in every paso.
Yours truly,, T. J,G.iRI)IXEn,M,D.
Judging by our oA-n Mcpprlenei' whr
ever once inakes a trial of Perry D.tvls'
Pnln-ICiller, will not, full to recommend
It widely as an unequalled liniment, and
valuable internal remedy for colds and
various other complnlnts. Every Moutti
The efficacy of Perry Davis' world
renowned Paln-Klller In nil disease of
thu bowels, even In tho terrible scourge,
tho Asiatic cholera, has- been amply
attested by.themos&convlucliig authori
ty. Missionaries in Chlna mid India
have written .home in coiiiin-'iidatlnn of
this remedy fn teims that should carry
conviction to tho most skeptical, while
Its popularity In ciimmuuWies nearer
home Is ample, proof .tliat the virtues
claimed for it are real nnd tangible.
Among -family medicines it stand un
rivaled. iiustou Courfor.
Tho Saturday Evcn'g, Gazette of Bos
ton, says: ItHs Impossible to find a
place on this broad laud whuro .Perry
Davis' Pain-Killer is not known as a,
most valuable remedy for phylc.il pain.
Ill the country, miles from physician or
apothecary, tie Paln-Klller Is cherished
as the exclusive paiMcu'i, and it never
"Perry Davis Paln-Klller Is reallya
valuably medicament, ami, uollk-t most
of the articles of the day, is uvd tiy
ninny physlchiiH. K is' particularly
desirable In location Whero pliysic.nn
bio not near, nndliy kec-ing,it ntnand,
familes will often save, the m-ces-lty of
sending ouf at midnight for a doctor. A
bottle .should bokept' ln every houjo."
Biston irivcller. ' '
"Wo liave tested tliu, tho Paln-Klller.
'and assure our reader's that it. nut only
possesses an tne virtues ciaimi.-a lor it.
but in many Instances surpasses any
other remedy wo liavo ever- known,"
Herald of Gospel Liberty.
Et7"Sold by all Druggists: dO-lra
'PIIK UOST WClNOCrtr-Ot, DISOOVEKT aV
tub torn cmuuv.
Di- s. d. nowys
, FOR CONSUMPTION,
And all Diseases of thu Tliroat, Chest
and Lungs. Tho only Medicine of 'tho
kind In tin worJd.i
A Substitute for Cod Lhtr Oil,
Permoneutly cures Asthma, Bronchitis,
Incipient Consumption, Loss of Voice,
Shortness of Breath, Cararrli, Croup,
Cfiugh, ColdSj.&c, in fow days, Ilka
magic. Prioe ,1. ,per bottle, 0 for ,$5.
Also, Dp. S. D. noWE'S,
Arabian Tonic lllaail Parlflar.
Which differs from all other prepara
tions In Its 'immediate action upon the
Hver, KldneynndBlopd. It is purely
vegetable, and cleanses tho, system of
all. impurities, builds it right up, and
makes Pure, Rich' Blood. It cures
Scrofulous Diseases of all kinds re
moves Constipation, and rogulntes the
Bowels. For " General . Debility, "
" Lost Vitality." and " Broken Down
'Constitutions," I " challenge, tho llitfi
century" to find Its'eq'ual! -very',B6t
tie is worm its Weight' in Gold; ,
Prlco 1 per bottle, 0 forS3,Soid.by
A. J, DURLING, Druggist, suloageut
for Lehigliton, Pa, Dr. s. bi'lID;
Solo Proprietor, 101 Chambers' Street;
Tnpo Worm! Tu? U'ui-iu!
Itsmoted In a f buurt ltb liirmleu Vjjlablt
Mallclna No f a.lal until tho antlra "orin.
wllh hraJ. puH. Itafar tlirnw adllrti-l In r.l
drnla ur tlw city whom 1 hate enrrd, that Iml Watt
un.uccswfullr traalvd at Ihu Jeilnraon )lo.lcl
CI1.K-, on Tanlh alrMt;' livl Inkan In tain (ill--prnilna,
ths-vcillci ik-1Sc. aiul all Knuwn ral
uiadloa. Dr. K. F. Kc.xn, .N'o. SJ9 ,or'U Mulh
Hlroot, I'blUdalpbU.- Tlw Ovctor bta baa-i In
bualnma ror ,,Tr IWuntj-tiTO yt,ara,aitd UporlaJI
ly Kliiblu. CtllandMe. AdrlrarrMi. Iloiuoraa
upeomi rr.ia, h child tlx ywira uld, uiMiurln SO
Teal. At bit oltlce iriu'U .Mil ,Klauu. aj.iw or
bam uv,r Curly Knit in laniii, bjli hsta lawn
rimjyo,l In lata iinn ibrn It ur by ,tMu' out
dowor hUindlrln. Or. Kmike'a traatuunt It
Jljiplu, ui aud (i-loilly r.luUa. aud no ti an
til I tn ttnrm, with hd. Hi. U. V.Kcjiku,
249 .brth Nium nlin,fuiladalipbla,l'a,
rj.UY yuuk Luck.
TMU OCKAT ET.(TI3.NKRY VAzman
ConUtoi 10Sbt Wrltlpji I'npor, 13 EnI p't
1 fvDholJtril Utd l'ucti,2 l liat.lt Uokt
1 11 lot i f. l'h-iOrpiu of U) Ustatliul Vumtt
uni a Ivotf of lKlitfft' or U)it' Jlr'. rampl
l-Ackaa wnl ly Uttil, i -uit pilJ, nn receipt of
prlcr.ai nuu; 2 pof) lr0Jc.nts or 4 fur
$t tor (itilaix. It will tw lb aval
f otoUjouwitjr buuiibtwr lb inn.i)'. Tba prUd
ofMi ant. vi.r tbtu thd prlepjli fr tb
lr (cknjr. tbb' atbtrr nrlK-ld n'uuKl brlo
at ruUl ngt 1M lbu T5 cut. Uoi'i p tula.
Try 0110 luekatjanaj'uulll oTrbuy hUtlioar
aur other war. AUJuU J. C UUllHJW.
U Jxklloxi&l. ., . IWfluurttMd.
,plft.r tuokt, io. Cat4lUiUM Witt Xtw
f" - T-rr " j ' 1 1,1 fcl ' """-
.W The undersigned having sold out
their builneas l Mt sirs. S-WDKlt ,M
Wills, lierehyj Teauest, thoso persons
Indebted to them ,to make immediate
settl-Jinont iifktMr( nco-tuiiti, and ava
trntihle and i-'iMise'. "Thf ncrauntsnro
Ifi -the' hHhdt'ijfJjMr,,."KllW13 WjElSS,
tthn ran U found at Ihu'Old Stand, fo
Kttkii.ont.- , J1G,WIAN,4 QO.
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