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Deats & Co.,
lioyojust opened an Immense, nuoilmcntof
Ladies' ana Gents Gold Wateta,
Silver ant Nickel Mete,
&c-, &c, which they are
offering at the very low
est cash prices. Call
early for first choice and
of nil kinds promptly attended to at low charges
and all work warranted.
P. O. BUILDING,
Arrangement of Passenger Twins.
NOVEMHKH lath. I8SI.
Trains leavo Allcntown as follows:
tVIa PEHKIOMEN ItAlLUOAD.)
Tor Philadelphia at "-MS, C.50, 11 10 a. m.,
and 3.10 p. tn.
Tor Philadelphia at 5.O0 a. m.and 3.50 p.m.
(VU East Penh Hrancii.)
for Iteadlnir and Harrlsbursr, 6.15. MO a.
ta 12.15, 4.3", and 9.05 p. m.
For I.nncnstorond Columbia, 6.45, 8.40 a.
in., and 430 p. in.
For Iliirrlshnrtc, nnd waypotntr, 0.C5 p. m.
For 1'lilladcIpUla 7 :!& n. in.
Trains for Allentown leavo as follows :
(Vl l'KRKIOMEH IlAIUlOAD.)
Leave Plillad'a, 4.3(1, 7.40 a. in. and 1.40,
1.35, 130, an J 5.15 p. m.
Iicavs Pldladol).lda. 8.00 a.m., 3 30, 4.M
(Via East Pen. Hrancii.)
Leave Reading, 7.15, 10 15 a.
m., 2.00, 3.50,
nru e.i& p m.
Leave llnrrlsliurc, 6 05, 7.55, 0.50
. m, 1.45
and 4. mi p. in.
Leave Lancaster, 77.30 a. in., 12.5) and (3.10
Leave Columbia, T.30 a. m , 12.40 and 3.40
tr"rom Kin Street Depot.
Leave Iteadlnir, 0 01 a. ra.
Leavo Harrl-diuru, 7.00 p. m.
Trains via "Perklomen lUllroan" marked
thus () run to and Irom Depot, Ninth and
Orem streots, Philadelphia, other trains to
and from Uroad street Depot.
The 1 45 and 8.30 a. m. trains from Allen,
tows, and t ho "135 and 5.15 p.m. train Irom
Philadelphia, via Perklowen Itallroail, have
through cam to and fiom Philadelphia.
J, I'.. WOOTTEK,
IS. O. HANrOOK,
Uon'l Pnss'r U Ticket Agent
May 27th, 1S83
rS'BKlSbP.S JSVti H
Pilo rmoliimr Is the real lest of a tobacco.
It Is tho rejral wuy of sniokinF. You get
more directly ct tho llavor and frapnmce.
You take tho nuolto cooler, ami the tonic
cleanlier and tnicr. rijxi tmioklug is
emoliDB reduced to n. fiuo art
The more tho question of adulterated
tobacco forces Itself on tho attention of
Fmolicra, Uiu moro desirable it becomes
to know precisely whi't you ura rinoWus'.
Iu HlackwcU'tt Hull Durham Smoking To
bacco you havoapuarantcc,
i i ajways, met u isisaturo'a
A I own unadulterated product.
JJf& I It fni'rancc, flavor, and
rived from tho coil :lnl cir.
Try it, and you will bo a
isfitd. Nemo pcuuino v-itu.
out tradc-u:art cf the Bull
All euccostiful Fibhcrmcn and Snorts.
men emoke UlackwcU'a Hull Durham
Suioklns Tobacco, and they enjoy It.
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Vrvradray, New York. July 1'i-lF
"Original Cheap Cash Storo."
A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
All thoso who Intend giving Now Yonr
Trescnts should not fnll to Inspect our large
Assortment of goods suitable for Holiday
NolwIthslaiidlnR tho largo holiday busi
ness which wo did before Christmas, we still
liavo a largo variety of goods to select from,
ni wo always keep (the year round) largo
stocks of Jewelry, Silverware, Leather
Hoods, Toilet Soaps, Perfumery. Notions,
Pitney Shoes nnd Slippers.
Storo open till TEN O'CLOCK WEDNES
J. T. NUSBAUM,
Opp. Pabllo Square, JJauk Street, Lehigh
ton, Pa. Juno 7, lSSt-ly.
SATURDAY. DECKMDUn 27, 1881,
SPECIAL NOTICE. Persons making
payments to this office by money orders or
postal notes wilt pleaso make them payable
at tho Wkibsi-ort Post Offick, as tho Le
highton office is not n money order oflico
Our Neighborhood In Brief.
"LUtlo drops of lager,
Lillle sips of gin,
Make the" red proboscis
And coiisutno Lbe tin.M
Last Sunday was tho shortest day In
Tho he? faclory project in Wllkcsbarre
has been abandoned.
There nrj thirly-teycn prisoners in tho
Luzerne county jail
T he juveniles enjoyed Iho firstekato of
tbo season on last Saturday.
A new daily paper will shortly make
its appearance at Shenandoah.
T.io merry sleieh bells wero ringing
Monday for the first time this season.
Cassler's link, at Weatherly, is said to
be tho finest tn Iho coal region.
Tho lotol out pulol coal (his year will
be about 1,300,000 tons less than lust.
For lack of orders the TVrndtilo Cur
Works suspended CO workmen lad week.
Look at your direction tali on this pa
per. It chows bow much you owe,
The iron oro mines at St. Mary's,
Chester nunty, hnvo resumed operations.
,0 For rough of childhood oroldoce,
Judwln's Tnr Sirup is lbe lest. For ml out
Thomas' drug store,
Sjvoral Lchtghtnolans attended the
opening of Cssler's rink, at Weatherly, un
'the Pjrrish Cal Co., commenced work
at their rew breaker at Plymouth a few
SSjTIIave vnu seen those clrganth
trnnmnl Huts ami Bonnets, If not, cull al
AI enla Orttver s
P.oy. Wtbslcr Woodbury, of Massa-
chusells, lias acoe to I the mil of the Pres
byt?rlai oorgrcgatiou nt Miitich Chunk
Anthony Carlane, a miner, onip'oycd
in the Sugar Notch shaft, wus insl intlv
killed by n fall ol lop coal last Saturday.
ssfir-A rough or cold that cm not I
cured bv Jadwin's Tar Syrup is unknown.
luirsalo uy J. l I nomas.
Will Shlngler severely cut hfs left font
while chopping woj.l on Saturday after
John C. Dannehower, nn ex Dmo
eralin member of the legislature Irotn Mnnl
guniery county, died on last Saturday.
jES-A new lot ol CLOCKS, WATOHF.S
and JEWl'.LItY just leceived ut S. 1IAGA-
ai AiN o blore, Lcliighton. l'a
Our Kipular Iriend Al K. L"uckcl, o;
Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, is
spending the holidays at homo,
Our very popular friend It. L. Colburn
is spemling a week's vacation at homo ivilli
his parents in Stewartstown, this State
,MJ-Go In lh New Y.irk Milllncrv Store
oi .Mveuia (.raver, u.inu street, Lolnght,
lor Jims iiml iijunuts.
Fifty girls employed in Allen's kindl
ing W"od iiianufactory at Williamsport
struck on last .Monday on account of a de
crease iu wagas.
David Kysus, a freight conductor on
the L. V. 11. II, was fatally bejten in a
siloon al Wilkesbarre, at ou early hour on
Sunday morning last.
Thero are now at toe Driflon Ilnspilal
three miners who ha t their les amputated
from tho tirect of injuries received iu the
jSs)It costs a'mut $5 for a tmrriago and
only $2 lor a rtlvorse. If you take Jad
win's Tnr Svrup'it will mat you 25 (elite
For salo at Thomas' ilrug store.
On December the 30th n pigeon sliool
inj match will lako plaeo at Whito Haven,
between Hohcrl Wallace and un unknown,
for $100 a side.
As tho wulking Is bad, people who pro
poso visiting the New Orleans Exposition
aroadii'ed to purchasa return tickets be
It is now that the, business man begins
to practice writing 1ES5 in place of 1831
hoping tn become proficient enough to guard
against prolainty after the first of January.
a?f-Grand lush great reduction in Fall
and Winter Iliitsaud Bonnets, nt Alveuia
Graver's Millinery sture, Bank 6treet Lo
highton. General Emile Floury, a distinguished
French officer, is dead. But David Ebbett
still lives.aud is funnelling our people with
handsome teumr, from his livery on North
street, at low rales.
In Bethlehem tho pestiferous tramp Is
lidged over night and in the morning put
at work for several hours breaking stones
or shoveling snow. Good, our oorough
authorities should make them do the tame,
3!t is pure it is pleasant, It is ellVc
tuul, relieving (ho patient almost install
laiienu&iy Jmiwin'a Tar Syrup. 24 rents
and $1 a botllo. For salu at Thomas' drug
Tho annual election lor seven directors
of the Fiist National Bank, of this borough,
will take place on Tuesday, January 13lh,
1885, between one and three o'clock in tho
"A horse I A horsot My Kingdom for
a horse I" Right Kichord, but then he
must be well or he is ol no account. Day's
Horso and Cattle Towder will put him In
condition, l'rica 25 cent, per package of
one pound, full weight.
tU-The Last Law Tassci! was Law's
agent, who is passing through tho Stato in
troduced Law's Celebrated Bluing, used
for bluing, bleaching and coloring, and
makes good ink. Fur eale at C. T. Horn's
and at the Novelty Store, Baukwav.
Many ol the pavements aloug Bsnk
street oro in a terrible condition. TLe
proper authorities should see lo this es
pecially those along the borough property,
Tho Etala Legislature will couveno at
llarrisburg on January Glh.
Joel Klutz, an old and respected cillten
of Weissport, died on Monday morning.
A boy aged abeut fifteen years livlnc
at Maueb Chun1, and employed da the
Tackerlon machine shop, wi esycrely
cruibtd by tbe machinery lot Mondsy.
TIIK IKPtCUHIOl'S itniTni.
Coldly blows tho wind of winter.
Darkening clouds betoken snow,
Pay the printer, pay the printer
Fay the little bill you owo.
For be feels Iho weather cooler,
"As he goes lo press" his claim ;
Pay him now, or you may never
Head his palo-face sheet again.
Tav tho printer, pay tho printer;
Tis on honest, faithful debt
For we'll put It In italics)
JTc isjiceJitiQ it, you let I
-Clara Lnulso Kellogg is to rccolyo $12,.
000 for singing twenty nights In Tarls
$600 n night. No wonder alio is In lovo
with Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup, tho great
remedy for coughs and eolds, for what
would she do without It, if she should be
attacked suddenly by hoarseness.
-Tho new Ministers' Meirinnnl church
ol St. John's, ot Tamaqua, will be dedicated
on Sunday, January 25th.
3ulf you wnntn nlce.smooth.casv shave
your hair cut or ehatnpooing,go to Franz
tlocdcrcr's Saloon, under the Exchange Ho
tel. Ho will fix you right, nnd don't you
-Silver oro has been discovered on the
tho farm owned by John lInrter,of Luzcrno
Borough, Luzerne county.
Edgar Itboads, formerly Lehigh Val
ley agent nt Mnhanoy City, was arrested
n New York City, last week, for forging
checks on the Mabauoy City National
SSuMllton Flory.of Eist Weissport.an-
nouncs to the public ol this vicinity that
he has on hand n lot of Light Harness, Col
lars, Horse lllankcls, Lap ftobei, Lined
Ilobes, Whips, Bells, Ac, suitable lor tho
winter trade. All of which ho Is offering
st very low prices.
Tho man who prays for work nnd then
ells down to wait for tho Lord to bring it to
blm,isapt to get lelt. But the man who
prays for it, anil then gets up nnd goes out
to help Iho Lord answer his prayer, will
generally get there.
ift-Try all of tlio quack nostrums and
nllol Iho old women recipes, and then if
you want to bo cured of your coughs, colds
nod rroup. you may do so by using Jod
win's Tar Syiup. 25 (ts and $1 per bottle.
Sold ut Thomas' drug store.
Our young Iriend, Thomas Reeso of
Weatherly, and Miss Lizzie Srlirimshaw, of
Beaver Meadow, wcro united in marriage
at Srranlon, last Wednesday. Mr. and
Mrs. Reese have the best wishes of u large
circle of friends for their prosperity in the
Clauss (CBro,, The Tail
ors, still have a lew of those
justly celebrated 10 suitings
ror tho week ending on Dec. 13, 1881,
there wus 150,GJ3 Inns of coal shipped oyer
the Lehigh Valley Railroad, mnkin
tidal of :'Jf,923 tms tn data nnd showing
in increase of 40,842 as compared with
some time last ear.
W Only $10,00 cash
for an all-wool Suit at H. II
Peters', Post-office building,
It is reported thatnn agent of tho au.
tboiilies of Lebanon county, r.i.,"is in tbo
vicinity of the Welsh Mountains provided
with authority to offer commutation of
senlenro to Abo Buzzard, the oullnw, II ho
will surrender himself to tho county nil
tliorities." Tlio agent has not yet sue
cecded in seeing "Abe."
SB-If you wish a handsomn book, fancy
box stationery or Xniiis and New Year
Cards, or nnylhing in tho way of Holiday
Goods, for young or old rich or poor, call
on E F. Luckciibnch, fil Brondwoy.Mnuch
Chunk. His stuck is unsurpassed. Send
lor rata logue.
Edward King, son of John King, of
Easton, aged 15, died .Monday from the
clfects of a pistol shot received Sunday
night. Ho wus playing with a revolver
when it was discharged, tho bullet lodging
in the brain. Tiio polico say thero are
scores of bays under twenty-ono in that
town who habitually carry revolvers
Girls to whom nature has denied the
witching dimple may comfort themselves
Unit these 'nay now bo mado whenever and
wherever desirid. Tlio spot is simplv
smeared with colorless glue mil Iho flesh
pressed in with tho point of a pencil. Tho
stiffened indention will retain Us shape un
til fracltired by too sudden a emilo or unti
tho face is washed.
II. Teteis, at th
Post-office building, Lehigh'
ton, will make vou an all
wool suit lor only $10 cash,
it you order now.
Pennsylvania lias just added another
to her already long and valuable list of pro
ducts. A bed of rock salt, 62 feet thick hai
been discovered at a depth of 1,000 feet in
Erie county, and of remarkable purlly
Willi tho vast deposits nfroal, iron and oil
to which we musl now odd salt, she. Is by
fir tho richest of all the States In her un
We are sorry tn stale that our esteemed
friend, Mr. Lewis Weiss, of town, mei with
a severe fall on Tueslay afternoon. lie was
taking u bucketful ol coal Into the store lo
replenish the fire, when ho slipped nnd fell
on his left side, striking upon a storo box,
and received severe injury. lie was fin
mediately altendod by Dr. Derhamer, and
remove I lo hie homo en Northampton
Clauss & Bro The Tail
ors, are making up elegant
suitings, in the very latest
styles and best workmanship,
for $1(5, sold last year for $24.
Call and see them.
Two brothers named "Hawley have
struck a four fool vein of anthracite coal In
formation,' which is known as Ilia faulty
measures, in Fairniount lownshlp, Luzerne
dully, far beyond whut has lierrtnloie
been known as tho end of the carboniferous
formation. Geologists liaro insisted that
the Mammoth or Buck Mountain seam is
the bottom onnofthe anthracilo formation
in tho Wyoming Volley.
While E. T. Sheerer, hlj wife and
twelve year-old daughter were returning
irom ctnonanuoati 10 meir home near
Catawiesa Friday morning, nfler visiting
friends at tho former place, their horses rau
nway on tho Ringtown Mountain. The
occupants of tho carriaga were thrown over
a steep and rocky embankment, fulally
Injuring Mr. Bhaefer nnd his wife. The
little girl escaped with slight injuries.
KFrank Leibcnguth. on
Bank street, has just received
a car load of New York State
Apples of tho finest
winch ho is selling
prices. Call early if you wish
to secure first choice. 4w.
- -A If amp entered Lewis Fenstermachcr'
store, on Lehigh street, Tueslay aftcruoou
and tried to make way with a fino ebawl, I clcpedia of exploration, discovery- and ad
lilt was caught in the act. Later on the ' ntnro in. all parts of lbe world, and as
same fellow was i-lslng a
was Irtned up by roliseman
A Merky CnniSTMAS to
all our readers. Thursday
being Christmas day, we is
sue tho Advocate two days
in advance in order to give
our employees an opportun
ity to enjoy the day. Ad
vertisers and correspondents
will please send in their fa
vors next week not later than
Miss Mlnulo Peters, daughter of Post
muster Peters, of town, Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Lilies Groo, al Nov York City.
Scranlon will occupy Its now post oflico
Tho Stato expended during the past
year $1,P2,S76 874 for printing, binding,
paper slock and materials.
An execution has been Issued by Jas.
II. Reed, trustee, against F. B. La u elilin,
owner of the Rtowartslon furnace, for $00,
000 in accordance with a judgment con
fessed last Saturday.
Thomas Sylvanus, of Iudlano, claims
to be the only Chinaman in this country
who served In the army, draws a pension,
and votes. lie enlisted in the 81st Regi
ment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, from
-Odd Fellows' Hall, corner of Main and
Scranton street, Sorautou.wos dtstroyed by
fire Tuesday morning. The first lloor Wus
occupied by Williams Brothers, confection
ers, who loso $3,000, covered by Insurance,
and 8. M. Reese, hardware, whose loss Is
$7,000; insured for $5,500. Tho Caini.ro-
Amoican Review occupied the second floor.
Their loss is total, about $1,000. Tho third
floor was used as n public hall. Tho build-
ng wan owned by Menrs Brothers. Their
less is $13,000; insurance, $10,000.
Around Pleasant Corner.
Mrs. Kate Nolhslein and her son were
visiting friends in Lehigh county last Sun
Mr. D. Nolhslein nnd his family were
in Lehigh county last week.
Mr. C. E. Itedirig, of this place, was out
hunting one day las', week and caught a
rabbit, and, it is is said, that ho g.it one
quart of lard from him. Wo think it must
hovo been a mighty big one, tor 1 have
caught some to, and did not get moro thou
one and one-half ounces of fat from one,
Wo ought to stop working aud go hunting
Mr. Wilson Donor was to Maud
Chunk last week.
Mr. D M. Mosser was Iho guest of Mr.
Wm. Sendel last weak. Joskpii.
I-rank South nnd wife, of this place
wero visiting mends in Blemlersvillo on
We wish one ond all n Honpy New
Miss Jeanctln Miller woa visiting rela
lives and friends at Sleinlersyillo during
Hiram Miller is kept busy building a
now addition to his residence which will
improve it considerably.
Jucob lustier and sister spent last Sun
day with friends at Mauch Chunk.
Charles Lohien, of Manch Chunk
passed through the Valley on last Monday
and called un Amandus Kistler.
C. E. Arnrr, tbo teacher of the Lower
Mohonlnlug rchool, hud a very fiue Bleigli
ride on lost Mounay evening, D-iau.
Lower Towamenslng, ,
A quiltiug party came off nt the Teal
dence of Benjnmin Bloseone diy last week
tho lady folks of tho vicinity deliahlcd
thcinselaes in a social chat.
-George Ramaly is engaged on Smith's
One Ihing needful A new school
house nt Firo Line. Children ore com
plaining of tho cold experienced during
school hours; Iho directors should remedy
Sylvester Snyder, of Franklin lowr
snlp,' visited tho Firo Line school recently.
Stephen Lenlz lost a valuable cow ly
death last Sunday n week ago.
Quito u number of people atteuded ll.o
ox roast last week al Millport.
Levi Harlenian.proprictor of Bowman's
Hotel raised a new sign in front of his ho
tel last-Tuesday a week ago. In the oven
ing n social hop was tho cutertaininent.
A shooting match took place last Sat
unlay at Fro I Wlsler's for turkeys, there
was a rafilo In the ovenlng. Who were tho
lucky ones we are unablo to say. Cox.
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for In the Packorton
Post.Offlce, Deo. Mod, 18'4t
llofliuan, ft. L., Hupp, Robert
Kemerer, Nathan R.ilclill', D II.,
Kuiiklc, Jacob Seebarger, Kuspcr
LaRnse, Thomas Serfass, John
Oiewmo, Wm. (2) Woodruir. L. D.,
ltehng. Jonas Wilt in, Sam'l.
Persons cnlllnjr, for any of the above letters
will please say '.advertised,"
A. .McIUKmr,, asi't P. M.
Ftts Hero Too I
The Cre.lrd Buttt, (Col.) Gaictte touches
up delinquents thttsly : "Parlies Indebted
to us for subscriptions lo tho Gazette are re
quested tn pay Up ut once. It costs money
to run a piper, henceforth glory and I will
payyou-when I-gct money don't go, Long
ugo wo cut offall dead heads, now we in
tend to tackle the dead-beats and proioto
to black-list every man to whom we haye
sent bills without receiving any response
If you don't want tho paper pay un and
we will discontinue sending it. This es
tablishment is not run on n glory basis.
This fits our rase exactly, uod we trust that
thotb who owe for the Apvocatk will tuko
A School Soya's Traslc Death
Considerable excitement was manifested
in Nnnticoke Monday morning over tlia
droth of James Shea, aged seven years. It
is alleged that Miss Brader, a teacher in
one of tbe pnblic schools there, while in
passion recently, threw the child down
stairs, mulcting such Injuries as lo cause
his death. This is denied br tbe teach
and her friends, who claim that the child
fell accidentally The Coroner will make
a thorough examination, Miss Brader is
now seriously ill, the result of tho shock
sustained by the unexpected death of tbe
THE WORLD'S WONDERS.
As seen by tbe Great Tropical and Polar
Explorers," la the title of a new and yalu
able boox Just published by tbe Historical
Publishing Co. Its object is to "place
within the reach of all, in one elegant,fine
ly illustrated volume, all the achievements,
discoveries, travels, and adventures of the
phenomena and curiosities."
publishers olaiiu that It is a complete encv-
such it must possess very great Interest for
f readers. Bee advertisement
Quality, t hingioojthe earth; ol strange countries and
al-Very 10W anii reptiles, and the world's ertat natural
. I rn.-M. oi nf-nmei ni riirinii. an mi i. iiir.f.
u'luillnual interest In an oinclal history or I "Talks' explain the Cow's
w ,i S. i 7 ,,l,,uu.,D;"re'i0',n"! 'Milk." and the wavs nf
slandard merit end ereat Interest. The I ,r' Coryell discrlbes"A Llvin
Walking Four Squares With His Throat
Eugcno Dnnnmoto, an Italian, living at
Sleurmcrvlllc, Luzerno county, comrf.ilted
suicide on Sunday night. Ha returned to
his boarding house cast down In spirits
early In tho evening. Taking a large
butcher knlle from n drawer ho drew it
across his throat, Inflicting n terrible gash.
Then ho rushed .out ol the house and run
down tlio road toward Wyoming. When
about two squares away from his houss ho
took a razor from his pocket n.id severed
an artery In his right arm. A party of
friends started out in search of lilm with
miners' lamps and trailed his blood for
about four squares, when tbey found his
Killed in n Mine.
A falnl occldeut occurred In the Rarnum
shaft, near Pittston, Monday. A number
of men wcro employed In making repairs
and improving the ventilation. Consider
able gas had accumulated over Sunday and
the mine appeared to be more gassy then
ever before; A nakad light came In con
tact with tho gas and an explosion followed.
Patrick Eagon was Instantly killed and
Andrew McMillan and Jefferson Yandlo
were injured, Tho former was blown
against the chamber wall and serlou'ly hurt
Internally, while tho latter was partially
covered up by tho masonry of the wall Iba t
was blown down bv tho concussion, but
tnirneulously escaped serlotu injury. He
drew himself out from under the (alien
stone, leaving his bonis sticking in the
debris. Lagan was quite ac old man and
loaves several children to mourn their loss,
his wile having died some years ago.
An 805,000 Judgment.
In Court of Common Pleas No. 4, Phlla
delphia, Saturday, Judge Thavcr entered
judgment for $81)5,000 In favor of tho Dan
ville, Huslelon nnd Wllkosbarre Railroad
Company against Simon P. Kose. The
litigatiou iu this suit has been pending for
years, each party claiming that tho other
owed about $500,000. Tho dispulo arose
nut of Colonel Kaso's management of tho
finances of the road, and was finally re
fcrred to George Junkin, as master, who
reported in favor of the company and de
ciilcil that the Colonel owed about $800,000.
Judge Thayer dismissed the excoptiens to
this report, remarking that ''nllhough Iho
papers in this case are exceedingly vol
uminqus, the printed documents alone cov
ering more than 1500 pages. It is neither
complicated In its nature nor obscuro in its
facts. The question for adjudicatiou con
corn the measure of responsibility which is
lo be applied. to an cfliccr of on incorpor
aled company who assumed the control of
its affairs and the management of iti prop
crty. After a long, laborious and careful
investigation of tho caso we nre unable to
see that tho master has committed any
error in tho finding ot the facts or tho up
plication ol the rules ol law rinsing upon
them, nnd a minute examination of the ac
count between the company and Iho de.
fetidant by the master has failed to con.
vince us that ho has done any injustice to
Iho latter. Under these circumstances it is
unnecessary for us lo multiply wnidt, logo
again over the ground which Iho master
bus so carefully trodden, or to heap up ar
gumcnts nnd authorities lo sustain the
conclusions which he has reached, and
which he malnlains with so much ability
Let me toll you how to build a menu
mcnlof nature. Tress the earth into a soli
tquaro. This forms the fnunJatlon stone
upon which th" whole structure is to rest
Hollow out the upper surface of this block
Into this hullow let tho calm Pacific, tbo
boisterous Atlantic, the Arctic and tlio Ant.
arctic, all riyers, gulfs, lakes aud all sea:
flow unil let God hold this square cup in
his hand. 1, Mineral Kingdom. Cut
down earth's timber. Place pnsUall around
Iho edge of this cup j twino ivy around 11
posts. Let the wuler-crcss slip its life into
this great basin; let evergreen fsstoouin
beoutify this citadel of nature. Tie th
Ihwers and (lower buds Into circular bo
quels, and with them button tho ends ol
i festooning together. Saw logs into
p'nnks run heavy beams across from north
t south nnd from east to west. Put th
p'anks on this frame work supported by
earth's massive timber. 2, Vegetable King
dom. Then looking at all the fishes that
leap ond frolic in Iho watery basin below
Lead upon this platfor.n ono animil after
another until you can fay behold the (3)
Auimal Kingdom, Build n second plat
lorm over the first, and having placed ma
upon it, high nbove rocks and earth, abov
plant and (lower, aboyo fish and bird, nbove
beast ond nniuiul, above tho monkey
the orang-outang, abovo all above every.
thing, say unto lilm : Thou art a world on
a world. Thou art the laid cl nature, th
crown of creation, the image of God, the
beautiful cap stone of '.ho Monument of
Nature. 4, Msu Kingdom.
December 22, 1884.
The American Agriculturist for Jan. 1885
Briqut, BkIsk and Bkacticui, is th
American Agnculluriit for January. Th
Forty fourth volume opens with mora tho
tbo usual fullness and freshness, and is in
diratiye of renewed vigor in this long es
tablisbcd authority on all nutters psrtain
Ing to Iho farm, garden, and household
Upwards of a hundrei fins engravings b
several noted aitisls, as Cary, Bennett, Fol
aotn and Giles adorn tho pijes and explai
the carefully prepared articles upon a wid
raiigaof importnntsubjects. Joseph Harris
"Walks and Talks" Irom tho West -Col
Weld is "Among the Farmers" D
Thurbcr.A. S. Fuller.Dr. Halsted.Dr. Slad
and u ecore of oilier well known writers a
represented by their best efforts. "One of
Now York's Breathing riaees," Is a charm
ing iptc'men of engraving, and illustrates
line of the minor parks "Remodeling
Barn," "Plan for a Convenient Kitben
"Exterior nnd Interior of a Western Cattle
Ranch," a "Cheap Poultry House," and
"Good Smoke House," sire tbe usual num
ber and variety of farm buildings Im
provement In a Well Curb, Mouse Traps
Garden Fences, A Harness Holdcri Blop
Trap, elc., aro among tbo useful farm appll
ances Illustrated descriptions of "Showy
l'igeons,-"!5uetlaud Follies," 'Silver-Gray
Uoubits,', etc., are of general inlercst
The Household Department, shows how
make a "icrap-Bassetj" a "Foot Warmer
a "Tea pot Oosey," a "Remodeled Looking
Glass," a "Clock Panel," a "Ristio Screen)
has hints on Cooking Apples, and nth
useful and timely matters The Boys and
Olrls hare a touching story, "Old Red Spl
fire," beautifully illustrated. The Doctor
loot in tbe
g Boat," elc.
riica, $1.50 per year; single copy J cts
Address Publishers of the Am. Aariculluritt,
Til Brolway.N.wVork. The Am. Aqri
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en, yur lor only jj.ig.
wwfmjms.'a.l.jy a Aw ii'jmju.lj.usqlJW
Mr. Cowon Not Sistuibed.
A Philadelphia despatch of tho 22nd
Inst, says. Wharton Barker is Iho leading
spirit among those of the Philadelphia and
Reading general ranrtgnge bondholders who
havo started a movement In Philadelphia
1th tho professed purpose of foreclosure
proceedings. The movement noes not
arm Iho Reading stockholders. As n.
latter of fact, tlif general mortgage bond.
holders have been much better taken care
f under the present than under the form
er receivership, During tho first receiver
shin tbo Interest was always In default from
three to tlx months. Since the pre.'oii
ecelvers Wore appointed the eiupona on
the general mortgage bonds havo been
promptly provided for. So far as tho sink
ing fund is concerned, the s.iuio slato of
Hairs exists that has existed for many
Although tho men engaged in tho pres-
nt movement announco that they will
aye nothing to do with Iho plan ol reorgnl-
zallon troposed by Mr. Gowen, that gentle
man does not appear to be much disturbed.
He does not apprehend any real danger ol
foreclosure, nnd ho does not believe thai
ny very great number of men having any
peculnary interest in tho Reading Railroad
wish to sco that great property sacrificed,
with rights and franchises that could never
ba renewed. Moreover, tho properly Is In
tlio hands of Iho United States, and no
hostile proceedings can be taken without
the consent of the Court, wbilo the Court
will undoubtedly respect tho rights of nil
the parties. IU action in the past 13 suffici
ent assurance that it will not allow the
property to bo needlessly sacrificed, but
will so manage it as to protect tbo rlgihts
nnd interests of oil. This disposition ou
tbo part of tbe Court has been sbowu In
the matter ol tho suit brouzht lo compel the
sale at ruinously low prices of tho collaterals
deposited to socuro the adjustment scrip.
Wheiuer lorcclosuro proceedings are
taken or not, it is quite suro that the men
engaged In tho present proceedings will
make an effort to hovoMr. Joseph Wharton
appointed receiver nf thc Reading Company
in iilaco of Edwin M. Lewis, deceased.
Mr. Wharton's appointment will bo asked
as tho representative of tho interests of the
morlgogo bondhtldcrs. Mr. Gowen and
his friends believe that the company is in a
belter condition now than it has been for
noycral years, and that the coming year
will ho a yery prosperous one for tho com
pany, A leading stockholder nnd bond
holder said on Saturday that, Willi periodi
cal stoppages done away with, Iho company
would during the coming year earn all its
fixed charges and something oyer for the
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