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"ht::t DEATH'S RICH HARVEST. I KEYSTONE STATE NEWS.
The Carbon Advocate pnce alrt v.ctj of
The ltoj.l laralt; and th. nktlt
Great Drltaln Planrad I Oat.f Cai-
dlnals Manning and Slmwnl ataplr. Al
most at the Bnmft Ttm.
London, Jan. 15. Great Britain bows its
Hates for Legal Advertlslne I
Charter Notices " .
Auditor's Notice -
Dlrorce Notices - .
Administrators Notices - . .
Kiecuior s ouweva
I 4 00
i.i. Later than that of collapse.
VwJlki.N.wiiiaperlntlio Coanti. Qnccn Victoria U said to be more proa-
" j - -
You get tho Carbon Advocate by
much you ire Indebted for ine
remit fhe same by Posta INote Money
order or ureoi"" ,';rr nrtwo to
We need themoney-a dollar or two to
each is not much, the JWft8i U6S
Saountsto hundreds of dollars. Come,
cents, pony up. iiuu.v.
H V. MORTUIMEB, Trop.
Delinquents llvina In thb mW bog
hnnflrrill tilcaso call and settle, ana
avo 25 cents for collection,
lr THE Weatueblt IIehald would
only come out and teU the truth It
would shut up old Rauch as tight as
ITEMS WHICH ARE OF PARTICULAR
INTEREST TO PENNSYLVANIANS.
Brl.f Mention of Matters YVhlcli Krerj-
body Should Know About A Week.
Accidents and Crimes Accurately and
PmBBURa. Jan. IS. Gamble Weir, chlel
of the police of this city, is dead.
Daring Robbery at Alleghany City.
Pittsburg, Jan. 16. W. J. Sarver's Jew-
A VOICE FROM THE FAIR.
THE NATIONAL BOARD CORRECTS
It Ueflnes lis rowers and Its Relations
with tho .Ixical lioard of Management
and laiplalu. the Financial lglsla-
tlon Desired of Congress.
Wasbikotox, Jan. 13. The committee on
federal legislation of tliu World's Colombian
commission, in order W correct the mlsap-
THE BARDSLEY DEFALCATION.
albkrt victor. looked on CUrenos I
as she had on her first born eon.
Life of the Dead rrtaee.
Albert Victor Christian Edward was the
0?P.r ffih ln . ."?. -trf. fcei g,nul
rrJiot Pl J in advance; sorrow at tne ueatn ot Aioer Kxor, una.
v . .. I nf darnneo and Avondale. and. aa the ela
lMSnHmWeri '.. notify u; bv est son of the Prince and Princeas of Walee, elry ttore 4a Federal street, Alleghany, prehension that generally prevails in the
ilcard aid the request will be compiled heir pre,umptiTe to tna throne. Paf, was the scene of a bold robbery. A public mind nsto the dltft and separate.
wiuis i ine iTincvss jaaj who whs cogigeu mi m i man oroiso me jeweirr winnow .vim nu i umiu-a ui uu um vwum
r oa 1fttY married to Albert Victor next month, b road coupling pin and seized a tray contain and the World's Columbian exposition, baa
SATURDAY, JANUAKi -t, w MiA almoat on lhe yerg9 menU log $1,600 worth of diamond rin TtaU,sued the following tuldrees to the public
uiu, naHuutu dmuv u uioui. i in exti.viwat.on el meirue relation w
wtituei V. 1n hiIa Vi1s uoalta I ..... .....
Queen Victoria U said to be more pro 1 7- ' 77.- two bodies, and piirtlcuiariy to aenne we
. a 1 .l 1 v.- i. ah tu.u I "mruerrr ncn uonviciru, I j.tA tn fBnPA tn the nraTicMHl
Leopold. The Dake of CUrenco was of an . Aurow, Jon. lt-WHllata Keck, whe M 000 000 loan or appropriation for the bene
1 eaoeclaUr amiable .been ,sUndlng trUU for the- murdei . 'r! v
dlipciUon, and "g. founa guuty o. murae, on ot
te hC07. XB.w ...nn..dy for ..u.lne.s Again, the World'. Columbian commlsalonU
ert heSTlSSfn Pittsburg, Jan. lfl.-Judge Eeed has dia- charged with the introduction and prceecu-
Victoria waa do-1 cnargea irora uanarupicy Anarew uaum,i iwu wiw. -
TOtedly attached who failed etehteen years ajro for W,000,000. enactment of which will enable the national
to him. When ha Since that time Mr. Baum has devoted hli commission to carry out the responsibilities
was a babe the took I entire time to saving hla property for hit ot gorernment imposed by the act of
pleasure ln nursing creditors. Today he is shattered in health conCTeasproTidlngforthecelebrationof the
s 1 iii, - IsatMViaalttrldi loft tn him atMnf. nil tnrlnTn. I ...
ium,awiwr- r- annlTereary and tne discovery 01
marked that she ltable spirit, America by Christopher Columbus.
could not have An Old Hotel Man Clone. v.. hwn n locrlAlatlon ln oonETOBS
cared more for th I Bxadiso, Jan. IS. Mr. William L. D i tho rmmlttivi was avoointed, and
Prince of Wale barton, for fifty years proprietor of the therefore this is our first appearance at the
when an Infant Mansion Home in this city and one of the national capital We hope we will find It
Indeed, the saving best known hotel men in eastern Pennsyl- consistent with our duties as representative
Is aacribod to her vanla, died, ajed eighty-one years. . .1,. iinmil commission to co-operate
majesty thai thai Twe Miners Fatally Domed. with the directory of the World's Columbian
Mabakot Citt, Jan. 1. William Har-l exposition ln securing allneeded legislation,
ley and John Webb, miners, were fatally as there are some matters which we will
burned by an explosion of gas in the uien- present ourselves directly aaecting our cum
don colliery. mission, and there are others which may
A Million Dollars Involved. pcesibly bo presented by our committee
Pnii.iniunii. Jan. 17. The awiiirneo ii unltinir with a similar one from the dl-
nrlncem of Wales. He waa the I matins n ...tnlnntlnn nf tl,n linV nl .wtftrv nf Hftld romoration.
Aurrrnlv-OE MENTIONS George Davis, grandson of her Imperial maJcMy Queen Joseph II. Coates & Co., the cotton firm The act of congress provides for the or-
... i,nl,l Ttenublican victoria and gTeavgreat-granoaon m ow which faUed. No definite statement oi ganlratlon of a corporation unaer u
of Lansford, ns a prouaoie "e,u"" King Qeorgo m. The dead prine wai liabilities has been prepared, but of the state of Illinois, which is known as
.n.lMntn fnr nonffress from tills tils- I Jan. 8. 1804. at Frotrmore. sod wss IH. tinMirl tli.t tl.A amnn. InlrMl I tha Wnrld'a nulnmbian exrweitlon. It also
trlct The Republican party could go therefore twenty-eight years old but Fri- 0Ter ,000,000. provides for the organlriv'on of the World's Mr, Bardsley is credited with $1)00,000
,,cr farther nnd faro much worse, day. He was educated under toe super- lDMdlarles Burn The Leader liulldlng. Columbian commUslou. i his corporation is placed to that ncconnt.
much farther nnu iar " virion ot Key. J. N. Dalton, who was in pmanniui Jan IT -The Are which de- ry frequently designated as the "Local a resolution waa adopted declaring that
George Davis would make u lively can a of-rvicoa. JitS. Directory," and not frequently the committee had gone as far in the in-
"ouasBUU" " JirST ' in? company wasnndoubtedly of incendiary V',. 'TrJlVwTand ZT"' ir. EES' ..rIw"S
In 1677 the prince entered the navy as a ""P"; jf wu'uou; 'Ynf , ' published as the "National sjjmmlssion." permit a further iesUgation of the books
m, . ... -Ponlortnii who want midshipman and passed two yean en board 1 , .';,, This Illinois corporation Is cnargea witn and papers of the broken banks, and dc-
TnosE PEorLE IN rackerton wno wuuv m41w)..w Britannia. Captain Henry Scrahtoi., Jan. 18.-V, iUiam Brennan, thll dn., nm,er id Kt congress, of so- ddincTto end the takine of testimony and
,wnr Knv llv-inr a AtwlilltiM tnhn I . 1 . " . .
iu nuv i prooeoa at once 10 prepare lue report 101
tjioiiui- 1 tm penerai committee,
.1 ,i c m nf t hnT. a s- ue "iiuaaT" v. io un ti at uwwwwu . . " . . I tion: to secure wmcn, n who kivvu u mo
grit, cntcxpr.su u - t. pc, QeorHe. on the Bao- 1 JnaUtitly ltiliea Dy a passenger train. f le o ciiicago, that, in con- a bi Io. Crop In S!Kht.
rinf f InlV fOSSUS KICK UKUlUEtb I"" 1 .a. nKj wn .H lyv9 4K ( I 1liMln to tlmth with lMll (. 1 . n si... .ka TtTnrM'a fntt lwi lf.rn.tAd I THr.nn VT V T.n 1 TlAlnnr .A
ffresslveness. Packorton would enjoy princes traveled all over the wcsW. Maltbt, Jon, 18. Stephen Hardy and m that city, tho sum of $10,000,000 be pro- weather prcTails along the upper Hudson
nrnrli better advantages as a DorouRu m ib3 ranee Aioert victor entereo izm- oiko rtoucco were worsteu oy iuute Tided to be expenuea in wo preparation w ana tne outiooK ror a largo ice crop va gooa,
" . nA nf ilirfnwnihln I ity college, uunbiiuge, ana in toe taxxxmer i Xjitneran in a wrestling uout, meaeieatea gold grounds and buiiatngs. xnis pronuw
than as a tall ona oi n ua w"'u'i f thnt 1 0 to netdelbere. In men armed themselyea with fence pickets. h wn bnnt. and this corooration. which n.n.r.i u -rut.
n r;".n ii. i- 1 1884 he itodied militarr scienoe at Alder-1 attacked Lltheran and beat the life out oi I ta rtmrtfrallv the at?ent ox the people ox lbi- j.w vnnc jm. m cotton Snot lnts
A T AW APPROVED SlAT 10, lOW, ll 1 I J i icsu IUntMnr tn ti Vim Thm miirvlorar. nm in 4all 1 A la f THIaaU hfut HivnirMl I le, nM4llnie tttAlstnAsi Vt,tnrm Arm.
thonRht 1)7 council will cover me I,D" Tenth Hussars. In 1888 hewaa promoted to Whitman Able to Sit Ui. I the sum of $10,000,000, a portion or wnicn I Ja&amrr, jmc; KtbruAry, T.ae.i mwcu,
B er.1 I . . t ml eiuin t at at-J 1 I . I . . . . . -.1 tA. .new I V RAe M nrll T Mn
Street UllllCUlty Very Ultoij . r-- .-- riuiaisum, o, ii-nm nua "i FLODR Heavr with moderate demand'
rt,r of nil norsons on the thorough- nutjor and spent much tune In onc in com- Ml np ln bed yesterday and read the papers, of the work.
superfine. K.SOGllTu; One, lte33.e0: Minne-
. 'r"i.4,nf,,ltoriavhasbeenr,v.. ... Heeipreesed a desire to live, Rnd appears Functions or in. tommiss.on. eItrv 13.300j.aoi dtr mill estras, 5J
iiuBuut""" - am oev mo w lauou p"" i to Do as weu, out not quite as strong, as ne 1 xhe Worlds uoiumman commission, 1 j.jo rer west indies.
.(tnViorl Iw tho borough and tho ques- royal crandmother.who conferred upon hua fo, vs ... .. (hA urM-ntlnir the national WUEAT-Onened weak at ie. dedlne. rat
tlon of whether the property owners ? titles; of the duke ot Clare The P.tt.hur, Tl.up. government, among thewers
must pay or not will speedily he pusnoa TordMoflhe darter fS. 1Z$ Sfie.1S? S. fnrthl tSr wh?n7e7med "'." February, .l.oijti March.
to a finale Tho ou como is awa.teu ta KtMchiter and iSegheny He bFit adequate, and aU to arprov. to Sa'and K
with no little interest. Known m ColUn ud Cnffk. trte h treat railwaT ended without an atrree- nlans and spedficationa of the various build- anlMntlT rftmed Ue. At nc
i!nim. Como. Percy, do the square eld(t of the ttve children of bl Edward,
tW I prince of Wales, and Alexandra of Den-
" I marlr
VTIIl B Bdy on Tim.
The work of the preparation of the
grounds and buildings for the exposition al
ready performed is proof positive that the
same will be ready for dedication on tho
12th of October. The exposition has been
exploited In this country and abroad to that
extent that the people of aQ the states of
the Union and of all foreign countries are
sow assured that the fair will be held and
that It will be the greatest exposition which
has ever been held in any country of the
world. The plan and scope of tho exposi
tion are comprehensive and will afford the
most complete display of the resources of
this country that has been offered ou a like
occasion In any country ln tho past.
J. W. St, Clair,
Chairman Committee on Federal Legisla
tion World's Columbian Commission,
Final Iteport of the Kipert Accountant!
Received by the Council's Committee.
Philadelphia, Jan. 16. The subcom
mittee of council's finance committee, ap
pointed to investigate the Bardsley defalca
tion, has received the final report of the ex
pert accountants. A largo mass of accumn-
lated correspondence was read and placed
on file. During the meeting, while the
question of the school funds, which had
been misappropriated by Bardsley, was un
der oiACtisslon. mr, unutnera announced
that he had receirod information that the
state was withholding from the city treas
ury all the money due the city pending tha
suit for the state moneys lost through
Bardsley, while the city treasurer is paying
over regularly all the money due the state.
Expert Brown presevted a final report of
the investigation of the accounts of John
Bardsley. Ue said that Bardsley had ad
Taaood to tho Bradford MiUa company, out
of the state fanda In which the dty bad an
interest, $444,265.25, and had received tn re
turn from the company $113,814.47, leaving
a balance not returned of $330,450.78. He
said the capital stock of the Bradford Hills
company waa placed at $200,000, divided
into 4,000 shares of a par value of $50. Be
tween 1&33 and 1891, B.300 shares of stock
had been issued and used as collateral by
Mr. Bardsley. but none of the capital bad
been paid np until December, 18D0, when
A REVOLT IN BRAZIL.
the district to bo incorporated into a Ftlrf who b now third in rank of the young boy living at Archibald, who suitable site, and preparing
Wmich nro tho ones who have the rear admirals of the British navy. In WW washangingonto therearendof abutchera grounds and buildings for the xl
VL;rU imd vim of that dls- the "middy" went to tb West Indies with Wa, was Jolted off at a railroad crossing ?ion. Becure which, it was agreed on
BTlt. entorprlSO ana vim . . , i - nd instantly killed bv a rjaasemrer train. . -ty.i tn
It Threatened to He Berlons for a Time,
but Was Finally Quelled.
Rio Janeiro. Jan. 31. After a season of
comparative tranquility this city has again
become violently disturbed and the citizens
have been thrown into a state of excitement
approaching tho feeling which prevailed
here during the uprisings which resulted In
the dethronement and banishment of the
late Dora Pedro and the overthrow and sub
sequent retirement to private lifo of the
dictator, Uencral da Fonseca.
ine trouble began yesterday evening,
when 100 prisoners, confined for various
onenses ln Fort Santa Uraz, situated on me ;
east side of the entrance to the harbor of
Bio Janeiro and two miles south of the city, :
untitled and succeeded in overpowering !
and disarming the guards and soldiers sta
tioned at tne place.
Emboldened by their success, the prison
ers resolved to extend their scopo of opera
tions. Armed with the weapons token rrom
their former guards, they adranced upon
Forts Pico and lngo, overcame the soldiers
on duty and took possession of the two forts
and all the munitions of war which they
Flushed by their victories, the prtsonorB,
after perfecting all their arrangements for
guarding the forts against the attacks
which they knew the government would
surely mako to dislodge them, boldly de
manded the restoration to power of the de
posed dictator, General da Fonseca. Tho
government officials, when they became
aware of the gravity of the situation, hur
ried all their available forces to the scene of
The effort of the soldiers were directed
against Fort Pico. They made a combined
grand assault on the works, and after a
show of resistance by the rebels tho troops
carried the fort and the government was
again placed tn possession.
In tho meantime the gunboats were bom
barding Fort Santa Cruz, and so effective
was their work that the rebels were soon
forced to throw down their arms and sur
render themselves to the authorities. The
prisoners, after their brief and exciting pe
riod of freedom, were again placed In cells,
and a strong guard was dotailed to watch
over them to prevent a repetition of the
stirring scenes which followed their out
break from the fort.
George and Walthall Xte-electcd.
Jackson. Miss., Jan. 20. Senators Walt-
ball and George were re-elected to the
United States senate by handsome majori
ties. Tho vote for George was 101; for
Barksdale,53; Walthall, 135; Clark Lewis,
21. The Alliance men have been routed.
Walthall has said all along that he was not
a candidate, and it Is not known that he
Morris and Gregg Ueelared Klectetl.
Harrisdubo, Jan. 20. Governor Pattison
presided at a meeting of the commission se
lected to count tne votes cast xor state
treasurer and auditor general. John W.
Morris, Republican, was declared elected
state treasurer, and General Gregg, lie
publican, auditor general. This was neces
sary, because the legislature domi not meot
The Eyes of
r t cM,nM Tlnanl has WOU emplary in hla pri-
tho suit wged against them by the Jg,
Ilersh Heater Works for several years quet ot ..collars
cast Tho Jury in this caso was only and Cuffs-' by Ir-
outa short tlmo tvhen they returned v
a vordlct as above. It is unnecessary chflot or
to partlculnrlzo tno case, .-m lars and wide cnns.
peoplo are familiar with tho facts, it The dead prince
Undent to know that the School JclSlttofS
Board has been successful. primogeniture,
The Dnlte of Clarence's virtues were of 1 . v.-. ut . m,.n.. tn h mnitracted thereon, and tore- .ui,. miat. lonim hhdi: whin.
u - v I win attempt to run lUcarswltn nonunion celve sua ouuaings u -."- w w. ' "'""""?
men, and trouble is feared. pietcu, provmea uw w u , ' " TnvA " ' ' '
Mrd-Case, at York. "7 Tte wuS OAT8-Stulr. but duUi recelpta. mm
YORI, Jan. 13. Uenry Palntou, WHO - - j-uh pnshels; sUpmmts, SM HusbeU; Nc mlled,
.,. .-,.. m i.r,m. they are Intended. It tsatao charged with j,. -A.. rr.a.. M. 7l
-ascenvlctiMieftliemnrderof Mr. Btrom. Uyare inienoea. SSMcoask: JamLarr.!c.i M.r. 87M.
lnrar.atLewlsburrv. this county, and sen- the duty of generally ttirecimg tne eipo- etk-Du11 and nominal at wvawo. for th.
. . . " . I ! Inn I oriiJa nM
ZSfJS n.TTJZ't II Hs to inform the peoplo of our country BABLKY .Quiet; two rowed state, saaUc:
cited in theStromingermurderand pleaded "7. .J iiZs5&,? X.w Orl
nlltrnr Wlin .nl mhhorv. h w P"!"" " "rr . rT
nced-to'imeen years' taprlsonm
and Franklin Smith, who was also ImpU-m' m tTZTZ
eated in the murder, was sentenced to ten 'fl""0" of J ih.,U'..ani, .fS?.S,
SUQAB Reflned iteadr and quiet; cut loaf
and crushed, &SAtc; powdsreO, 4 a-l&a &-10C.;
FOUK-Bteady; meas, j.7M6iu.;s.
LARD Quiet; January, IOCS; February,
. , i nirnu m.m reouivuu iu wuivoku iw-
yearrimpnaonmenfc buUdinea nrovlded for that
A Ber around to a Pulp. Ia . lndv and ex-
Prrrucno. Jan. 18. John Means, aced ,n t h aTcellmca of the ts.es: llarch. K.T4.
sixteen veara. sllnrjed on a rjlece of iron at I . Tv.:. . , n .WDH. nMmtoTM I BV1TER Steadvi western extrsa. ifl.l&&e.
the L BeUe Bteel works and was caught JaJand diplomas bearing the national h,If flrkln ,uba 4 p,u'' ' " eu4'
SCIlNECKSVII.tE, Va Dtc. 31. 1601.
A. P. SNYriEIi,
The Vr'hite-Cotlue Srwlnc Machln
arrived, and does elrgant work. Kvery
body Is pleased. Enclose check for $23 00.
You can sell a great many here. Irish you
a Happy New Year.
NEWSlAM0Xlso:,rA.,Ucc. 23. 1891.
A. P. Snvheh.
Bring me at once a Wliltc-Cottace
Sewing Jlfaclilnr. Don't bring a Davis, I
woald not give you $10 for the best Davis
you have. Agnes Fexstermacher.
Ashland, Luzkkne Co., Dec. 27. 1801.
A. F. Snyder.
The IKhlte Cottsge gives entire satisfac
tion, we are more than pleased. I will
tend money wllh brother. lltVIN KIll'lI
Thero will bo a meeting of tho Cam
paign Executive Committed ot the
Democratic party at tho olTlco of the
Chairman of tho County Committee,
Mauch Chunk, Fa., Saturday, Jan. 30,
1892, at 1 o'clock p. it.
Frank P. Sharket
Rnvn tit your TOWN. Not a dollar three sisters, Prin-
invested thero but some good comes Victoria, Frto
nntoflt. Thoro is no family like ones
own family; there is no wife like ones Bna PrlnceB,rBiKciss.ABron.. between the rolls and drawn through. Ills Jotfand stamp; It is further charged with H .. ,.hricM ,. et,u
own wife: there shouldbo no town like Maud. Prince George is a JlghthearUd body wai ground to a pulp. I an lnrcouro with the exhibitors, both do- I t0MfTTZcr!nil
nnnV own tmvn where wo live; educate young leuow, wno Dears nia umenveu To nemove Part of th. uroin. mestic and foreign. EQOB-Eaeler; sute fresh, 21a; western
ono s own .town, wnere v.o , honors gracefuUy. He is a lieutenant In PniLAnKLpniA. Jan. 19. Dr. J. William The disrfmrtro of these important dntiea choice, fresh. ZMc
our childron, on wnoso tircui. uu. mYyi commanding the Thnish on the xynit, remove the diseased portion of a by a body representing all the people of too TUKPENTIMIi-Bteadr, but slow at MJia
babies play, and where wo may sumo Morth American station, tie was even aia,t bmln lu B dMa at at) University United States, and deriving its authority , ., , , . , . . ,
, , T.UL. n.nnnncrs stand more popular than his more sedate elder U.!,.! w.dneoliv tn order to restore him - nf ronirross. assures to the KlWIH-Dalls W.3ai.to for stralaed to g-ood
stand by tho newspaper, and lot us - n ZLZZZ. anlta U Bwm THE FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS.
nil mako our home as famous as pos- An Arrectlns Seeae In th. M.morlsl
The Cost of th. Extra Session.
The Auditor General's Department
has just prepared tho following item
ized account of the expenses of the
extra session: Salaries and mileage
of Senators, riajsz: mileage of ollicers
of Senate, $106.70; salaries and mileage
of employees, $7,282.40; services of
stenographers, type-writers, witness
fees and mlleago of Sergeant at Arms
in serving subpeonas, $3,318,30; Wm. L.
Rvan for fees and milcaee as witness.
$35.20; Robt. L. Zardlcy, fees and mile
age as witness, $17.00; total, $38,583.00.
To this amount must be added a little
more than $1,000 to cover certain sal
aries not yet paiu, ana si,uuw lor
vit.aimria. flnnH. vn.r rm.ftiia.. i hihibnTs from foreiim countries inat toe
PmsBORa, Jan. i9. Papers were sold as management of the exposition will be upon
Chanel at Windsor. " ---,,. i..,. i;nn,. n, nr.1... "'1" rroceeaini. .n .n. eeo...
T 0. . I iJ wuiuiuv iw .uewnRpaa tu , . - - - I Kna 1IOQK.
nnTTTrrSir.! WILL bo chilled and over the body of Prince Albert at Sandrtng. D As tho national commission has the exdu-
then thoy will wish they hadn't. It Is tholr 6lmpUcity tot the large number of Wilmssakre
such a small Institution that it seems tool children who took the place ot troops fi0 hi. ZMTventh vr 1U have all intercourse with exhibitors, both eCTn3n;fnT , S,,1
ridiculous for Undo Sam to put on war ,; Xn? of 'SfioS ? SS 2JS!Z t&SSFrZ
Washington, Jan. 15. Sena tor Vest stole
ion.. i,umii nutraui. ijvi. . t ..hihititn, I a marcn on tnose memoers oi tne nous.
issaebi, Jan. 19.-Colonel Cluirles H""0' fJ'.ri! who have been intending to introduce bills
e, of. Dorranceton, died Jan. ' 0" to complete tte improvement of
15. lie was u his eigutyjMventn year, uo r"- . tt. oommittee neces- "PI YW lutrpduong a mil or simmar
I . ... .. .. . . . i. a. wu Tiranldpnt or tn wvominir natloil&l I o . . ...... I Imrvirt in tti MnAU. "llie tnil nnronrutei
color, and yet these open insults on a SSSTS d tanked was reputed to be worth over narXTd' xSKSS mTrrttf
orent nation are not at all pleasant. tak..1' to Wina80r. where the final cere-1 H.000,000. f, I" "gj . ... M to . of the Mississippi from the mouth of toe IUl-
The President and Congress should Uonies occurred, AU toev.rnmenU and pmMmT strike of the ktlcles.and product, and the number, &1S
use some discretion in precipitating XrTcos Them an atlna employee, of the Pittsburg, Alleghany and ' H ' yxWhT.nd to fh all on of Louis a. Kathbun a,' postmaster at
matters with this little fever blister KNrvian of nm,.
ot n colony or copper coioruu alter tno puouc serncea. iao rriirco ua Z'.''ZZZ, ZiW proper to enable tnose wno propose w maice rfe,.7t:,flTnv j- iRIn t'h honw
It would hardly bo right to sink them g",M""K:ri ZT.w lt rrorrly to prepare the same and rSau.ta were S
. .v . . nml t-nt thev Princess May of Teck gathered there prl- ueaten to ueatn at a uaii. mtelilgently act ln regard thereto.
to the bottom of tho soannd yet they uly to pMJ IoMh. dead rjinos. IGkosioh, Jan. 19 -Near Kingston, Mike ""e; ..o.rdVc.utrol. "Solved. Th.t In th. Judgment of tide hou
ueservo iiuiuiub uonv,. , TnB queen, as soon as ner neaim pomuie, uuuier, a nuugunau, uecaiuo lu.oiycu w. .. f,OMi commission onranlzed the grauUng of subsidies or bounties by this
will also visit tho place and offer prayers ln a row at a ball and was so badly beaten ,, TirS to onarato nnderalareo num- oontTess, In money. puhUe hinds, hylndorne-
Carbon for her grandson. When this touching f am- that he died. nttiei meeUnronlytwo or ment, or by pledgtog public credit to promote
t than Uy scene was over, the coffin wai placed hi Rcbbwl of TUelr Saving. thtlrneaTveaV But aa toe commlsslon'i iIwdiprl"t, r?,erprl!f of ?0rpor:!!o7?-',
. .hvnlt And th. nrincMse. and their ee- r, .... r. on-..i...i m . M " " dependent ot th. question of constitutional
. TTl . 1 . j . auuMlncreasoa it was louuuuuiiciii. to ca- I power of coDires. to msX. such irants, U un-
IF THERE IS ANY ONE TI1INO IN
41, At la mnrfl uniust
another It is tho only too plain dls- the f1" "i,he1'
crimination in tho valuation of farm
.n.,i. Tl,o nvern rate of CARDINAL MANNING AT BEST.
nuu VUU. at....-. ri -
entered th. house of aged Edward Brophy ,Dje em to conduct toe affairs of the ex- just and Impolitic, and In manifest conflict
and wife, at Modena, and compelled the old I noatuon through these committees, and a I with the spirit of our republican Institutions,
couple to Rive UP all their savincs tor years. I ka. nr mnim. conaistlni of elffht mem- 1 as It directly tends to crest, and foster the
Assaulted br Masked Men. ben, as created and ciothod with aO toe weal" oi a ciaas at in. .ipenM o. in. wnow
KiASisio. Jan. W.-Mr. Augustus Fin- which the commission could delegate hfl.1' JS?. 'ff t
delaen. a grocer, wai assaulted in his store L a renreeontaUvo committee. "rJSf!..!.1: n'"
. . , (n.aaa haaan In th. Mm OT . IUT11 MU I -J .wu. uuhhiu unu n uv KVI. b.wuiu a-aa. , ima UUaUU WOO WPaawwa. w aawaaa . i ia. i w naaaa , 1atl a ur.lv aapaaaaja, h. u mm. Of
$CD per acre. Is this fair! Ahero is towtra eD(1 wee. Com para- to rob his till. Findelsen waa beaten with a compact between the national commission rsroriUsm ln leglslstlon.
not a coal operator in Carbon county lively utile was thought about the matter dubs, fracturing his arm and cutting his md the directory of the World's Columbian Uesolied, In view ot th. present condition ot
who would willingly sell, bargain or by the cardinal or hto household. head ta , terrible manner. Th. men secured axpositiou This IteO. g
assessment of farm lands per aero is I j.agUlld., ar.at Cath.u. FraUt. is
abfiiit $12.00 while the average valuation plres While Mass Is Being told (r Diss.
nf .-mil lands is but a little moro than Londos, Jan. lS.-anlinal Manning's
allAn nno ncro of his coal land for tho .. Apprenerauons. susras, uow.T.r, ?l."C?ZZJiT-X.7 .7iTi , Sxpenultur. of th. public mouer. whll. nunec-
" " " . . i it. wtui Hnnniinrwi runciuin iusaa mwi s. ja, ;asi 1 1 reikr r iiurneu, aBiiBrLiiieuui auu iuui tuvs .nni us i - . ,. - ... . ..... .
best farm in the county, and yet if sir Andrew Clark saw to. cardinal ta too Srakoixk, Jan. 20. -A coal breaker each department will be appointed by the " iTo.ub. j to veiisl sod cor-
the township or district assessor rates course of Monday and again yesterday. The owned by th. Heading Coal and Iron com- director general The office of director gen- p, methods in public affairs, no money ought
Ho nricnloaa onnl nroncrtv at any way lungs. It was then understood, had bscom. pony here was burned. The loss is t-5,000, eral was created and filled by toe national to be appropriated by conpeas from the public
mis pru-uiKM i i ii "' .. .' affected. So grave, indeed, had to. sltna- and 500 men are out of employment. commission and, on toe suggestion of said treasury except such as is manifestly necessary
near a inir uuu nuuuiu usf" ., thft. h. -in.i nd th. Inst I .. . i. ,i , Sirertorv. neorire K. uavls. ox umcajTO. was I to carrr on ue several aeparrmenw iruaiir.
trrttnAv fldnlnir. nvarlclous operator I .Am-.n-.Tita -r hu mrrh ,L1minlrt.nM3. I t . a. . .T.n m Tho t.irin. .f tm sleeted to this office, and thereupon became I efficiently and honestly.
with n swarm of special corporation at- iainer union, oi oayswater, mcssia. umony la the Texter wiu case was oe- me cniei oiucuhto uiuiatr ui .i-u", i
. .. .... 1 r.nnn Ta.ia,. hA r-.-ln.v. Tvi.-atai Hfa I rv. ... .ii. ,! i". ind Ma nnwera and authorities aa such w.ra las Teas, 41 navs.
torneys and lick spittle nironngs mi v,w 5 oiiord. f r .u. , ,k. . ,.,. . a,a ntatwtiv reooirnliad bv the comcaot men- BThe second rsnoluUon, pledging the house
their hands in holy horror at tno out- W(ra ,jM prelent. son, Joel Nagle, to whom IISO.OOO was be- Uoned. The said compact created a board to no appropriation except for economically
race on their feelings and pocketbooks Weak, excessively weak as ha warn, Oar- ouaathed. of reference and control, consisting of a administered departments, passed yeas,
D a I . . i , a. . i a .... ... I 1 . . . ..: l . n. V.M I 1 M ...a (U A nnmher nf Kjanntilirana
Ml... - -rhlr.jk.n Month.. 1 ViWUCUk, .at" iai, -ana. oaaa auaaaia... , . ' . - ' :
a ... ... -1 m I rfinal Mannlna. rlnaualv fnllnwod th. r-aSdins-
u..w.oi - 1 ai the head 01 toe canons' court, ra ever i aaw-. i, . Polander who has been h committee oi saiu cnreciory, oonsniuw mi!...
equalled by their effort to cheat the worJs wuicll canstttuU to. ifebsin. Eeiplng almost continuously for thirteen the committee of conference, to which shall Washihqtok, Jan. W.-There would have
I could publish a erent mnnv
more like it ; but space wont
allow. Von t allow anyone to
blow into your head, thatnfjrood
standard all-around Sewing
Machine can't be sold for 25.
for I will and can convince you
that it can.
Is it just 1 Ts it good busi
ness principle to charge one
customer $47.00 cash lor a 7
draw Hungarian Ash New
Davis another $35.00 Simply
because the latter party was
butter informed as to price. 1
say, treat them all alike. Have
one price for all; and tho peo
ple will respect yon.
Forget it not, I am head
quarters also in Piano.", Organs,
Buggies, Farming Implements.
Any thing you may ask for I
can get and I must be cheaper
than anyono else, or don't want
you to buy from me. Remem
ber I can sell you Davis Sewing
Machines at S28. American $25
TFhite-Cottage $25, Wheeler
.c IHlson $30, New Home
Family $25. Yon shall have
your choice, write or come and
The ILaH'gesA Iaieir In the
fiotiMty9witii iinore sptoy, orig
a7B;eE EoeaE news thim cx
cel!eB&tt ctnteniporarfipN 2s the
umi iiofMiaU'r Cauhbow 1iv
catk at $&Bie llollaB ja yvnv m
ijfty C'einiH lbs fix BanorathN
llwBHriiBB' the ua.Hs"- rpnr
HBusiBfiy new features wBLk he
iulQiteil with a view of ebb a Ik -
BBC"' the AVCATJB EBBOS'eil'TspU-
EaB thatiii evei heloB'e. l?he
in'lee win reiBBaiii the naBBBe,
howeveB. This newspaper
owbbs itself ami is BBiBBBBortag
ei Ut class, cliqiac a follow-liBg-
always wi!h the people
who aBe the great power ami
yoBB shoiald have it.. We have
a corps of lively Kci'ibbiers all
over the county w ho write np
the tfoiBBg-s of tlae day in their
nei&hborhooflaiBd give it pub
licity in the Advocate.
Don't wait and borrow jour neigh
bor's paper, it is bad taste, subscribe for
one ot your own and then you will haye
what you should haye A geod, reli
CM .1 jV (i . . t
oenu ior iree sample copy.
Job Printing !
We pay special attention to alii kinds
of Job Printing and would be pleased
to haye you order. Prices are low, yery
low and quality of work the yery best.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
THE BEST FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
Of Very Valuable Ileal Estate !
TheuDderilRned Assignees of Solomon Walok
and hlJ Kve A linn, of WALCK3VIM.K,
Franklin ton nshlp. Carbon county, I'a., will sell
at public sale on the premises aforesaid, on
Saturday, January 30th, 181)2,
at One o'clock p. m.. the followlno; described
Keal .Estate, to-wlt: All tlit certain Tractor
I'leceol lAnd, known as the Solomon Walrk
Farm.coQtalnlntzt.IXrY SEVEN ACHES. The
land h under a line state of cultivation, with
plenty ot Fruit Trees, plenty of neve Mailing
water, and line Creek now through the land.
The Improvements thereon erected are a TWO
HTOKY STONU DWELLINU HOUSE, a new
Kink Ham, nlth tuofloora, about Wxoo feet, and
all necessary outbuildings.
Terms and conditions will be made known at
time and place of sale by
J. K. ItlCKERTand ED. 1EAI.EH,
Assignees of Solomon and Eve Anna Walck.
oountyand raplo out ot their fair share The canlinal tollowsd wilk Us ttajs oo I oonUu. XL. also has sot ben eiplalnl.
ot tuxes. Tho famo of Carbon county s TLTZ
t Kfsrnxl all matters cf diffarence, and
Ihs action ox vrblen tuenon anan tw con
I Un difficulty lu maintaining a quorum In
1.I..M....A if thm MJnt V.jl hMn i n.iat.-l
a.1.H.. O ... I . V. ... . f...ln. USKUUU VI .UK. UWIvVU UaW a. WUT I aa, aa,aaaaaa. aa - 1 ' - a a-
." , n".V..., I riiiff,. upon. 8nators CarlKile, uucoct, Aiarlcn,
I ' . rTT.Li I sma. principal buJne ct th. commitU. Voorb.es and HT.ral other Mn.tor.wer.
tha last word had ten said b. oai-iiaal t- Jrr" f wtiuim B tuih. .x-maToi of I vrffl be to try to secure th. neeessary appro- stbsent from the capital, tmt Senator Bher-
xi the canons, n-mrT"y- mjZCi-i.1- - i...7i...r ..m prtauonto enable tne national commission man was present ana warmiycongravuiawa.
" . , , , i .1 ....i Iul tuihlihsuluu Willi a lliiillj nlnir.tinn ,C71,JrrJ . Zt .T.i.T properly to execute the dnties wiuired of It Moreover the special order or tbe day, tne
valuation reduced below what is only mg (wa 1 UyMd fab Sj, Li ?JJ,Zn, byttaictof congress. This apJropriaUon ancient Weyl aidl Abra claims against
an honest valuation ot property that 1 jan and he embraced thsm a. it lti. weak -ZiiMlTKatloiMart for mlsaBDro. comprehends the eipenseiof the national I Mexico, waa one in which only a limited
.,i..i.a,.aurnann. nn p. I mr .iai. laut h. mn ii Hniavaa-anuMii .... . , - Mmmisnou sua iu omesn. ua uu u no Baaujer w waawn hjui iskiw.
T..taln. tw "uT. - rr?. curinB the medals, premium, and diploiaa. . Wunno., J. W. -Keprea.nUtiv.
. i.on o-jomffn nMlitv I Baitord, Dr. Vausnan, who was is attend-
l,Ulu.u.v a.... IV. AMA. ..... .a
and intelliiience and wo Ormly believe l, .,k. . . '.. .,,
that they will give tho assessors full I IndMd wiriie the bishop was actually tn-
.,tI' i inrin,i tiiv shniiid unuer mm in tnis soumn omce that th. smut or
, liv;m-.j .... 1... ... .. .V......
I aaaai aaiuuMU. ytvkUJ ,C1 IH aMUNf Hug.
ment. ue remained perfectly calm and
7 ... . I. .1, PUS- to say a wom upon any PCS., wes Wa.M..n.n. Jan m narenmr Pattl. ewsiTe.
commissioners wiu m o iwru he wished specianr to emphadsa. Whan -T.. T:. : . VW.SZ:
...let I m pnn nnprninrs nnu uuruuru I tha laat vnrd hiui lawn aaia ttta ... , , . ,;, . .. ... - . i twin tm tn trv tn wvcur. tn. neeisarT aonro-
ln-,a in Minlr offnrt to have their dividuaUy blee(d the can iw5y- 5
(ttatinc military t
n.nR.TV DEFEATS KERR. I and tho juried of awarda, all of which sr. I Mills made his appearance for the first time
ahi-.int..iv narauurv und.r th act of con- since th. speakershiD contest, and received
BUsKd to th. National Coumltia. b I Quite an ovation from members both Demo-
r.Bosjrl.aala ixmoerats. (i.n p....niI,. mutiivir of tha na, I cratic and Republican. Mr. Torpln. of Ala-
nsisuBQBO. -Tan. 21. Qovemor Pattl I ti.i mmmiuinn a mmmumcatinn waa re. bama. introduced a bill to permit national
son's administration forces succeeded in d ceired from the Hon. W. T. Baker, the prosi' basks to loan monev on real estate security
featinfi James Kerr, clerk of the hoase ol dent of the World's Columbian exposition, and Mr. Lane, of Uhnoia, introduced a bill to
representatives in Washington, for ra-aleo requesting the national commbston to In- provide for th. admission of Utah as a
tlan as chairman of the state Democrati. dorse a request that it propoaad to make to staU.
committee, and J. Marshall Wright, of M th. Flftyiecond congrVss foTtlie loan of W"ulsaroi, Jaa aa-In .the house the
lentown, now Uls that place. Tha vote $5,000,OOU to be expended as before stated. to regulate the public printing cam. up
which displaced Kerr ror wngnt was to rrxa , cartful budget of tho expenses ot " u--" uua?Tf' " L"f "r ""S?
a. and H-an-atai-v IIorrttT la th. naoMraLCttl I .v.. .f,,., ... . 1 wm. I tacaea oyiuetHlv.u-l.eui. lyuipuiau, ouuir
laaatar f tha Pannavlnnia. TiAmnrrai-v. Th. I i . . . , . i. ..... I bead and others, and being defended by Mr.
a w. - j a . 4 I .Ufa. aw .U W un.lv.Hn., It U aa ansa. I ' ' .1 , , , , , . , i ,
cnmniniw au awnra imeu iu iihj u-atici .bout 117,000,000 would be actually nece- " - - -4 -
of filling the necessary vacancy on the na, aary to defray that expense. "H"' 155 to,a3- thui disposing of themeaa-
tlonal committee by adopting a resolution Th. 00o Ooo Loan. m- Mr' Kiehardson said a rough estimate
to the .Beet that "the supreme political M trtutWtto'Zt
Mr. Springer then moved to adjourn, but
-P fitcienliSSttt. Sold ta all tialtn.
Will rtlitva Rhtumaiim, Hauralgia,
Hiadache, Toothache, Soret, Burnt,
Cut, Soalds, Backacht, Wounit, &o.
Stock Taking Time Means a
Lot of Low Prices.
And the wise purchaser will be all tho wiser by taking
quick advantage of these low prices.
The cold snap makes a demand for Ladies and Children's
Gloves. Wo have a nice assortment and the prices arc yery low.
Zadies, Misses and Children's Underware, needed now more
than evei, and marked at figutes to suit the times.
Fancy Notions, Dolls, Stasionery. School Suppliss, Fashion
Journals, and many things we can't mention but just what you
need, wo have for sale at very low figures,
Wo would be pleased to have you call.
Obert's Block. Lehighton.
Down Goes the PRICES
all legitimate circumstances.
t-Hon. Hugh J. Ferry, otAuden
rled, will please accept our thanks for
a copy of tho laws of 1891.
t3T II. H. McBride, of Beaver Mean
conscious to th. last
Death of Cardinal Slm.oal.
Rohi, Jan. 15. Cardinal BimaonL lata
papal secretary of state and prefect e the
Sacred Collein of the Protawanda. dial
ow, candidate for foor Director to the Iftjn
Middle Coal Field Poor District, is -
reported seriously 111,
np Milton !5etzer
re-election as constablo and tax collec- meeting of the 8 tat. Editorial association g1 ""towitiuth teU ctUtiSl by th" al'1 corPration beio8 insdequate, it
in miiuu.1 u. K.j. ton. Editors E1..I OIDe.ts. to WW cuect uiat -mo supremo pouuou 110 000 000 conUmDlatad and K 77 TiV ' V " Zm
MlllouSelr IsscaudMatete JI4
'""r .r a"" 5; s Brnm w. iTr a m ion u with the suu committee, z,.-crtz ;.rzz:: n? ??"? m,r i?.? akrr?ej
T T . I., T Meek, BeUefonte, prudent, H. U TaxgW, f - it U the rtgh i and duty to aa vacan. SbaTtBlTSS ?TrZTJZ, 01 """
Republlcun and n hustler.
I ... ...... .. . . 1 a-Uaa an tha natlnnal Mimm 1LM. lhiat th. 1 . ... .... .T . - St. minum ISMr.
ra-Ti,....-. "19 lnwvpra in the wnii.m n nwin tinmU. -H.i.taJ c WasHDiOTOx, Jan. J0.-The senate, wun
House of RoprMenlatlves.. The omM
lias yet to be invented that tne lawyer nmnoKiiwvervUrr. A rwiution com: tmanlmously elected.
doesn't tell himself called upon to fill, mending the World's fair to th. newspaper
tST Dcmocratlo LArry Tarleton ana I press oi l'ennsyiranu was adopted.
B F. Werner and Republican Samuel miu. iiesig.. .. Chains
iiurieuiau, niwtueriyiins nioui.uiou- Wa .,. , o, p. n rm.t,..
tloned for Poor Director of the Middle 1 maimed the chairmanship of th. committee I Karr will be found at bis aid.," th. crowd j,, holding that exposition.
ou7en .laude4 th. mention c. " the monOng hour publit
CS.velanddllill. but when Repre-oU I i7hown7 iiie rnlrk 010 I J.?.?SL" ZZVl TZ
OlaOtCahambersburg, d: UOov & thB ntt. of the Philadelphia Oenten- taboutM0a 000
mot Pattison should be nominated f nlal in 1878 by lending the necessary funds SSfJSSS j2. 21 .T'hoaise aftei
president by the national convention Mr u, out hl paJe, of the government L,f1ll:,Mlv,,
Coal Field Poor District. on Interstate and foreign commerce. II.
tST In Lohlghton the name John S. "tes In bis letter w Bpeater urup that h.
... I iiiT i.l il lliiiiili.liiii.ii.liliiln III. 1 1. 1.
sent to tne use or ms name to tnis conoeciieut's Daath b.u,
rss-Tha Freelaml Tribune sava: I slate board of health for December shows
ur.Anarftl T.illv la n tvnioal TtAnubliDan. I largest monthly mortauty oa recora tor i s.aat.r. a.rmaa. u.or,. a.d tvaitnau
" ' I Ijonnectlcut- Tnera wars l.TZi
yled like Iadiini in a war dance. It fa The national commission felt constrained 0rt,,
kallatraJ awinna, ww1ilal attnai rhal I . . , ... ... I iUM IM1
RrirT. .T. rZZ::ZrZ:u, aa ,nao.rw au Proposition, con- mM., QKlied to portafree colnaw
eight additional public building bills aggre
gating l,O3S,O0O and further discussed tht
La Abra claim till adjournment, leaving II
th. unnnlahed basin
Tb. committee on coinage, weights and
w ... - - prefers to hold no chairmanship in th. pet I r-enMylTtuiu aeiegiuon to tne nallonsj upon such terms as congress in its fito th. house within three week.
.cntz Is mentioned as a probable can J ronfrreMi M h, uuevei he can d. better eonventiou will be tor Pattison, and it k impose, and this committee wa JamW -Tb, kmS
dldate for burgess against B. J. KunU. work on th.floortliinta a position wliich Is J" Pf?"?, ; x 'itffJf was charged with th. duty of presenting to ,,11101 UcbuudlngbtUi
Mr. Lent 1, however, does not give con- uncongenial to him
tioc, which will meet lie re April 13, will as
Instruct iu npreaeniauvM.
THE POLITICAL ARENA,
U- -I ... ... ... II a -.1. ..
not one of the rabid stripe, however, wblcn W0J 730 more than in December of Aa.aroua. ltd.. Jan. Si. The iolnt con-
but a man who seems intensely onx I 1800. One-quarter of th. dath wtr from I vention of the general aaiembly of Maryland
a I .1.. a.nMaac.a aa. I.l. .1 all t VTV, HDC LUBOUia SUd txTOnohitiS.
,UU. .u. I .vav- w. - - - rantt DMlto.d US. Call.
timee, as ms Heavy oontnuutions aur- P,r., j. ,a rta rw t.
ing campaigns show. Although be la Purvea. D. D., has declined th. call to the
not the man whom tho Tribuno would lte Dr. Howard Crosby oborch. Dr.
wUhtosee reprinting thl. State ln 1??J&
Congress, he is far more preferable to DCr6aIed his incom. H0 annually
many oi ms party wno woum nitoiui hy accptlng the can.
tuplre to the oltlce, and since be is
almost certain ot suooess we are pleas
ed to know that, while a Democrat
cannot be elected, the Republicans are
going to give ms the bst Bin tn the
retlacted Senator Gorman to th. United
States senate for the six year term begin
ning March 4, 1683. The senator received
T.rr Dcmocratlo vote in both the senate
Laalslana Wants llarrlsoua
Naw OaUxamt, Jan. SO. Th Republican
state convention nominated for governor,
ia, H. Leonard; for lieutenant governor, IL
Dudley Coleman; lor secretary of sUte, T
H.aaVlaa Ulllt It.l.a Vl.lt..
Nxw Yoait. Jan. 31. -Dr Edward Paytoa Volslnl (colored). Th. plaUorm condemtwd
Jowter UstKWd poalUvrty iu th. trial U th. IxmsUn. ltteiy company and Qeclarea
OariyW W Uarrisfor wif. mtuvter that ta favor of B.Bmln psrrtooo for renomina-
Brian Kelson Potte. young UanV wits, Uoq and th. dslsgates to th. national Ba-
dlsd of nrnmhln. rtdT puhlkmn coav.Btiaa wsn Instructed to vote
consress the reasons which actuated the
national commission for the action which it
took ln that regard.
Bine, the adjournment of the said Sep
tember session of the national commission
the directory of said corporation has. it ii
stated, abandoned the idea of asking ooo-
THE DEATH RECORD.
Tt.w W t A Vitwivn a. B.
gree. to make the loan referred to, and baj Aloysius1 Roman Catholic church, at New-
determined to ask congress for an outright ark, K.J.
appropriation of ts.000,000 under what con- chkistum Lawo, famous throughout
dltioni and restrictions, if any. it 'is not p.nn..i..ni. u . ,, umu. r...i.
Uted. Neither the national commission Ug1iiaUT4 lobbyUt and millionaire , at Bhlp-
ha It Ku-vrl nf vintvl Vis) w-n r ( at Iran in I .
"fnuta ?W ItaU ""United State, consul to
SSnTS. anTrt fnraW .P"0 "tlagO, ChlU. at Cam-
this proportion which would tn any Was ,' !f ' , , ,.
commit th. national commission or its board .,0"" B- Bos, .x-mayor of Jers.y dty,
nf nnntml tn tha una rVvrtaJnlv tna nam. I JtrT ty
alttee will say nothing to congress on th. Archbishop Joan Maiutsioo, deUgate
subject of a loan, M It ha. no power tolPrloU: of tb. holy see in Oreew, at
. a an raawklllnn twt that antatat I AtCvSIlS.
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Cleans es the
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TRY THE cua .AY-Efc.vfc.K
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THE NEW YORK SON.
St. Ceorc IJlnrarr.
R. Louis Stevenson,
W. Clatk Rassell,
n. Rider Bsgtard,
Ftsillles Supplied tVUUOjiisrs.
ratronsj. Is esrnestlr solicits.!.
COVE SEE ME.
lire .1). Hol-em
or vnKV VAi.UAiii.r.
Tb. uutlvrslauftl. Ksi-eulur oi lit. HatsUol
AIIKAIIAM lTiUTZMA.N'.awl, wlllsnilal
l'ubllchal. ui 1 1 tie prtuils. (uMiUliillie tl-a
bulldlujis) at lliliti (lap, Carbon i wiatj-. I'a., in
Saturday, February 13th, 1892,
at TWnOTIOClv. l U ,llit. Ila.luu THREE ,
lltACm llfLAMI.to.il. '
No. On. ri j CoDUlnln. asArr.s 13 l'ar.ha. J
Two-Story I'mme Dwelling
OSCAR J. SEAGER,
Over the Canal Kridge, East Weissport,
WHOLESALE UfiALElt IN
Fj'uits and Vegetables
In their seasons.
Confectionery and Cigars
Supplied to the Trade at Very Low Prices,
Goods Delivered Free!
Store keepers will save money on all things bought frm u
and wo deliver goods free of charge.
John W. HeSfer,
Healers anrl Mm,
Tinware anil Pups
At Very Lowoat Prioea.
j. laoanaier iiarrn, llM lMt, uh Kitelien aturked 3Sa fat, also
a ..psrsa. ihou. am'un 10x1. itwi wnu ranar.
Frances Hodeson Durntlt.
And hmbv otber dlstinguUh! Vrlts.
The iSunda3r Suu
Is tb. Omuil Sundsj Newipsper In lbs
rric. C-c , a tofj. 11 mail f I a jssr.
Adlnu TBE SUN, Xi Tort
r.rlti'iitar attention paid to General J. lblnj
1 Fnmare and rump Work.
KHT1MATKS rlii-ellullj lurnlsbed (or lloui.
I lleatuKxitnllot Alr.btesmor UotWsUi
Msso tttt with Waawi Hh-4 auarbMl, also a rirtuUtloo. AU wo.lt Quaraataad I
I Oarpsatar abop, and all rr out tHiiUHnw, ummisiii. -u -iu.
Ho. Too a Tract eoolauilai H ut. IH
patclMsaiMl kas VAl.t'AULK lIHBBBUwraaii.
Mo. THim ill ts a tract 01 tn. Mucsl ana mi
S' "" -"T..TT,.rr:.7T: Huiiar.. Fa . I . A Krriti. Statin rtoti
v....; .LVtuiz r,si. "EST.. .t . . b.. . sr h.
K.aaubtfat ahraaaai Prutxiasn d.MSBSd BUaa
W the undrsl,nMI .r
all. t-1 v riira.1 oi runtur. bv
nr. J h. alar., ssi Aacb 1M.
ri-ttz, tUaUnttoo, ra., K. H.
rm . Ha ia n .....
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no. iNX. iss M Cairo., at-,
miUdslplUs , H. U Bow.. SSOXIsb IK . Baadus,
fa. , asveis and n. hurssrt. tn u-usi (.,
tasalTtwc rs. sswl lot ermiac,
auarauterd lull Lsnith,
The vcrr best Bblngle ln tb, Uarlcet,
RICKERT & SNYDER,
roR iili ik wzissroRT er
J. K. RIOKERT.
IIIA LIB IK
All Kinds of Building Lumber,
We offer a Un. million and control of lerrllorr.
Mill UK. Kates, to nny srtlr e, honest na. I.
Ibis searlon. wito Is not afraid of work, and
snts to laaks inoner.
W A N T ED
OururiMsrsl.w. We rusrante. our .o4
to 111.. . drllrer ooly SrsKlass stock, and
e treat our ulwman and Mutomrrs llbarall.
WrtWusfarpartlMiiri. w. furnish a hsud
sow. twtt frre.
J. Austin SUsw, Nurseryman JBrooklra, K. Y.
If You Have
niler to Saw
ARNER t& SOLT,
ProprltUwi of U.
Portable Steam Saw Mill
who will do your work at RmsoesW. Xataa.
nastsMci, UNION Bux, Xasi vTus
ten, Pa. ot 34, 'H jj