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ORIGINAL CHEAP GASH STORE
Black Dress Goods.
In this department we are
careful not to purchase any but
the reliable Makes.
We are showing some elegant
stuff for Mourning Wear, Plain
Ulnnlf Cashmerea. Black Silk
TParp Henriettas, Black Alba
Ulnnk Snonucd Habit
Cloths. Black Tricots.
Second Morning jDress Goods
in "Rrocaded. Stripes and Plaids.
Bedford Cords in the latest
shades at 65c per yard, they
would be considered cheap, but
the price will be only oOc.tlnnK
Plaid and Striped all-wool
Flannels reduced from 50c to
40c. Some of the most elegant
tnff von ever seen. 6-4 all-wool
Sackings in all Colors. Plain
Figured and Striped, reduced
from $1.15 to 95c per yard.
.Eiderdown in Stripes, Check
and Plain. Some handsome
Patterns in this stock at greatly
J. T. NUSBAUM,
riist street, between South and Plum Streets,
The Carbon Advocate
BATURDAY JANUARY 23. 1892.
1'EOl'I.K ON TUB GO.
IN A FEW WORDS.
A l.lt.ly Writer TelU the Story of The
llapiwnlngt nf Week In unit About
-Weatherly Is to Imvo rrn Opera
tlrlght Gems of Loral Kent Seasoned
Throughout bjr Our Reporter's Versatile
Buy prettiest jewelry at Dook's.
Constable Kaworth Is a candidate House,
for re-election. Mint candy It mild to be n mire
A (nil lino of stationary at Hock's cure for the grlppo.
on First street. Oeorco Washington's lilrtlnlar Is
Last Saturday was pay day at the the next legal holiday.
Lehigh Wagon Company works. The electric light question Is work.
Watches at E. II. Horn's, Maucli UR Lansford people.
Chunk, Pa, Hungarian weddings aro on tho
For sale A pool table and bar llx- incrense In Carbon county coal towns.
tures. Apply to Jos. Webu,
FROM MAUCH CHUNK.
Lowest prices on guaranteed time
nieces at Bock's.
The scarcity of girls Is still the
difficulty at the Hosiery Mill.
Full line of Ingrain and Urussol
carpets at Henry Schwartz's.
The holy communion was observed
In the Lutheran church, Sunday,
Hire teams for funeral or pleasure
purposes at Klstler's Hvery.
Rings, bracelets, watch ohalus,
silverware, Ac, at Dock's.
Go to David Kbbert's for an easy
riding rig, cither for pleasure or business.
Frsnols Kuhns, of Bonkway, was
was out Saturday after an illness of
Mrs John Woman, of Froelnnd, is
a new Inmate In the Lnurytown poor
John Seper, of Audeurled,ls In the
Miner's Hospital nt Hazleton, with a
The grlpp has n strong hold on
Rev. Father Manen, of Andenrlod, and
he Is seriously 111.
Hungarians are said to be loarlng
Audenrled, Beaver Meadow and other
mining towns for Clearfield county.
Herbert Sleath, of V eathorly, em
ployed in the machine shops at Jcancs.
ville, Is nursing a badly squeezed right
J. A. Selley, a Hazleton baker, was
stricken with apoplexy whllo doliver-
Ini? bread in Jonnesvlllo on Sfttlirdav
The Urslnus Glee Club will give .ffonlnnn. He mnv recover.
a concert In the Opera House on Fob- Thomas Williams, with the Lehigh
ruary la. Coal & Navigation Engineer Corps, at
John Blose will not go to Summit t
Hill as reported, but will continue his and wlli take B position at Hazleton
store here. durlnc February.
Dr. W.F.Danzer, of Hazleton, will jolm 8troM of Lehlnh Can. has
be at the Exchange Hotel in this town mleA tho offlt.0 of township constable
on Friday, the 29th Instant. . tor a period of twonty-flvo years. Ho
Luckenbach, Mauch Chunk, Is , known to everv man In the nountv
headquarters for all kinds of stationery, who ha9 gorved a juror.
books, wall papers and borders.
Our people can't expect much im
provement from a borough that practl
cally has no cash in Its treasury.
An enjoyable "carpet rag party'
was hold at the Wm. Zehner residence I ,n(f
on oouiu rirst oiieoii uu j.uoaujr. pL ri.fl
-Headquarters for gold spectacles, traok walkeri ,,vin(, alou0 ,n a 6InaU
ana in laci, eyerjvuiUK tu una uuo, -nBnt fmm,l l,n ntlier dnr
' I . r n I 1 I -J A
riashPUtnresofFamtll.rF.ee. comlmtli nom s raaucn uoum J00"T'Squiro Hunter cmpannellod a jury and
and Golns. ibwib. I found that death had resulted from
i Wrtm n npnnariir in noni in imv I'll v i
w m rr.i oirMml nt AUentown 1 ... ' . ' natural
in. j.. i..v. ., reul9 on me isioinpm. ,. .... ,., , , ,
on Monday. gomo people never know when they ,ptnpll .... ,... that Hun.
-Genial Thomas Fagan and family, . ' ... ,,. lectors In our coal towns inat nun.
of South Easton, spent Sunday In Qur 8taunch olJ frlen(1
town. . INothsteln, writes from Sandy Run,
Miss Minnie Fetors, or ."QLulorne county: "Send my paper to
Adam Schercr, of Firo Line, Is
dead at the ripo old ago of 78 years.
Death resulted from paralysis. Inter
ment was made at the Lowor Towa
mensiug church, Rev. I tuber olllcint-
Andrews, a Weatherly
garians, Folanders aud Italians are no
good when It comes to pay taxes. Nine
out of every ten would sooner leave
the locality than "square up."
Homo talent at Weatherly will
render the "Social Glass," a temper
ance drama in that town next monthi
Tho Herald thinks it will bo a produc
tion worth seeing you can see it in
First street, visltod at Lohlgh GP tuls Diac0the AnvoCATE must go with
this week. I me where I go.'
Mrs. Thos. Morthimer, spent a was George E. and not George
few days with relatives at Diaiingum u Kemerer 0f Jamestown, who fur
this week. I nlshed us with the very Interesting
-Daniel Rothermel, of Wilkesbarre, and valuaWo weather statistics pub- ""B.7'""," .!",
spent Sunday very pleasantly with the ,uhed tat week any bar room in the county n ery day
I.D.. .1 hnma 1 T I . n 1 1 fl'l. .. . - I ... ....j
iuiu iiwu".. luusicai OilOgtJ lUD EtpriUK BOD-
The genial G. B. M. Stocker, of 8,on open3 Monday jjay 1st, for young
Easton, spent several days In town Iadie3 in yocal and Instrumental
during tho week. Music. Address for circular. II. B.
John E. Miller, a former merchant Moyer Freeburgh, Pa. 2t.
In this town, now 01 ueinieuom, was m
The Weatherly Herald Is shouting
over a lu year old uoy resment. 01
Hickory Run who is six feet high and
weighs 100 pounds. Mahoning town
ship has the champion fat boy. Ho
After tussellng with the grippe for sKate 230 and is almost n six footer,
almost two weeks, Photographer and besidos ig jUst as jolly as he Is big.
Rlshel Is again at his gallery attending Lansf0rd people are actively on
to business as of yore. Mrs.lUsb.eI in the nronaratlons for their
.ahonlng lastweeK. who was also confined la again about, 8econd annuttl eisteddfod, which will
-Lltth'Vumush1- Um b. held on Good Friday. A prize
uonsiauie uawonu -jUEgea urau- 0. .100 i9 ofter6d for tho best rendition
town during tho week.
Miss Katie S. Kemerer and Miss
Rosa Gilbert wero soelng friends In
Mahoning last week.
& rjlea8ant aojouru wiin uuiuwuua
friends In Schuylkill county,
m n?nZ Kemerer Mrs PUUD vl"e Hontz Saturday for being drunk of tho selootlon) .Worthy ls the Th,.
Miller and Miss Koto Arner were vis.
Ulna friends at AUentown this week,
John Seaboldt, of the firm of J. &
II. Seaboldt, insurance agents, was do
ing business at AUentown on Monday,
much of this wire beating in iienign- jes3 thau sixteen pieces.
ton that it might do no barm for tbe At court in session at Mauch
re-establishment of the whipping post chunk last week tho report of viewers
(jampoeu,inejeweier, uoing ousi- or a publl0 road in Kidder township
nnca In fhta nlfw fnr snmA vfiars naftt. I t u i.n
Harry Peters and Walter Anthony, TnaorY,ftVA(1 fn TnQfnr.. wWa h win I. r. , x..
7"""'"""' hope Al win meet witn a tare snare 01 ly goo feet in lenth, of which 393 feet
! success in me vuwu oi vureo wnrua, In(.lillnir n fnrtv fnnt lir iliro s n Kid
-Miss ltasa bonunoim, oi juaucn haye a flne ,ece of jewe, -- - -
hunk, was the guest o Miss Lizzie u repalred equal to M d(hnlo.
Schoch,on Fourth street, during the
Frank Obert was at Buflalo, N. Y.,
this week In tho interest of Obert's
Pork Packing Establishment, one' of
this city's lively Industries,
.Pnlnmlins Ttonrt.v. a miner emnlor.
as at any Hrst-class city establishment, ed at No. 4 colliery met with an acci
ana at a lower cost, taice it to su. u. dBnt whlle at work Monday. Ho was
Hohl, the Mauch Chunk Jeweler. Also inhlsbrao8tdrilliugwhenamassof clod
uom apectacies repairea wnue you feU upon hIm knocking him senseless,
His Injuries are not of a serious nature
The Dolnzs of a Llrelj Town llrltfl Chronl
cled In Short Snip-Snap Order hr the
Stroller and Chutn.
Mrs. George Enzlan continues
The Reformed church Is still with
out a permanent pastor.
Go to Reuben Zimmerman's for
all kinds of blacksuilthlug.
-Tho grip still has the g-r-l-p-p e on
some people this side of the river.
-Mrs. U. S. Kresge, of the east side
Is improving from a recent serious
For StiloA seveu room dwelling
house on Union Hill,
The Count Capl'al Spiritedly Kpllotulted
by a Special Correspondent. 1'ereonnl
Peter Hammeke burled a bright
and Interesting live year-old boy on
Monday afternoon. Tho little follow
died from croup on Friday ovcnlng.
Dr. George Klrby Is all smiles over
tho arrival of baby girl twins. Wo
extend congratulations to our medical
friend and hope the little ones may
live long and happily.
Rev. Morgan Peters, pastor nf the
Reformed congregation In Enst Mauch
Chunk, Is making an effort towards
tun l, 11,11,,,. F . 1,, !,.. ...., .,'
,,1 ,n Tnmoa I 1
... o worsh,p ,n that bur(?
William Reynolds, a young Eng.
Ushman of Weathorly, ls In jail hero
on a serious criminal charge preferred
i... v t . i t . i. .
Nathan Snyder Is now permanently , . . , ,, .
i.ii ii m in ' town. Tho woman, lu question, ls a
widow and has a family of children.
Av Ullani Blory, of Welssport, was
a prominent Democrat in town this
week serving the county courts as a
Dr. P. A. Andrews' wife and daugh
tor, Hazle, visited AUentown friends
located In his new mill with new and
Just one ton of fresh fish was re
ceived at Saegor's this week. This Is
brain food for tho entire community. I " """
V.I,. Rn., itt- J'1"""- r. Uiery Is a druggist by pro
" 1 I ffMttintl nnrl t'orv luimtlni, IT.. In nmn
inently mentioned by his friends as a
Register aud Recorder possibility two
The county auditors havo Mulshed
t.; ......1. . !.... i , i
- ."""j n-.u.,
business nt Slatodale this week where
ho ls interested in a large slate
-Llttlo May, an eight month's old
daughter of Levi Schaffer died Tues-
of Union Hill, presonted her with a
pretty and very valuable cow this week.
Tho gift is an appreciated one.
There will bo preaohlng in School
county, and the annual state-
....... I ... i H Til T , ,111
An undo of Mrs. James Hartmau, , " T , m . .
rinn inn i... county papers next week. The state-
ment is quite lengthy and sets forth
very clearly the receipts and expendi
tures of the county during 1831.
Hall, Sunday evening at the usual hour M7' " !' ?,n
by Rev. J. I. Yotter,. pastor of the & 1,,' , "xT"'
.ngelical chnrch. All are cordially t 7.
Hn tmvnshln. nn TlniTolaT, T?n
I'Vank Delbort, of Hampton, Va.. f!wiOTrt nn.l n nii'i.il.i t,'i
a m lUIYU ocuiug via inenaS anU BO- Umn. nil l.lrnn aiin-lvo u,IM. ). I..
7,1, ,, tormeny con band. Deceased was a daughter of
"-"" 1Dou "nuer Owen Shoenberger, of Parry vllle.
u..jou.uk nwio. I Knmn llf thft UCGacan.. In fl.l
n Dll -T.r il m . . 1 ' 1-wi.T
ui. oun.,oiiuuunuin xop,t,UZerne nnnnlriinrlor .. vuni,
county, was here riiesday at the bod- through a misunderstanding, appoint-
u..uUi,u.,l union mil, ed this month asa time for appeal
who has been critically 111 with tv, ,i. i.i .i 'i..
hemorrhages during this week. a result farmers, rrml nr.
For Rent-Saeger's Hall, Enst nhnnt. mi ntho t,ra i i
Welssport Well heated; all convenl- Genlal Pat Utwlor. commissioners'
encesj lighted with electricity. Open Kinrlr. fnr h nct j
evenings-Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, weeks with all kinds of questions and
;u7'' otmaionauuaoioappiy to complaints. Appoal days come in the
" """Bor. month of Anrl .
wo congratulate Aaron buyder Mlllnn 7.imm.rm.n n-..i ci
nv..tl,n tI.I !-1 l"l.l. . . ,...n.l,.uuOTl
: .. " . ' . " et. ni., convicted last weok in our
lamny. we know just exactly how he courts for creating a dlsturbauco in
feels-wove been in his boots, we havo. the Evangelical church, Now Mahon
Mother and baby are doing well. inB. have made annllcatlnns fnr
. -l t it a i ,,. I - v"
it. kitiuu nuuuuug matcu witn live trial. Itlsnt. nl.l leml nlvu
.ui.fuiui rlw, wicome cent that they won't get it. An Intel
offattho FrankUn House, over the llgentjury found them guilty, and
canal bridge, on Thursday, January 28. thev will ovhil.if n
T... l,.,.l-J 1 -j " . B luujr
u ,,ikCUu, uuU iuuu pay their flne and shut up, resolving
j " ur iub to ao better in tho future.
event, ino iiurnngnam rules win -Rev. Madison Peters, of New York
govern mo snooting. cltT. iBRtiired In rnnprf H-ii nr.
evening, on "How to make things go,
to a small but very intelligent and ap
preciative audience. Whllo lu town
thn rAVnrenrl iTAnflninati i..oa n..Ml
,.iiiii njiumjrB. nrh unele. nnnntir AnH tnr A n
covering from a severe illness of Peters, on West Broadway. Mr. Peters'
smera. weens. iur. Mcuaniei has Was accompanied by his mother, Mrs.
u, uiuraiuut, I Maria l(.trs. nf PnoolQlllo T ol.!.
T1, t.i. I '
iiinu. iiiDuuo ui uuuu var-icnuntr
riugiuu, lormeriy pastor or me 1'ros-
byterian church your borough, will bo skkious accidknt.
pleased to hear of them. A letter re
ceived by us from them, now at Ban-
kok, Siatn says that they are well and
deeply engaged lu Christian work. Mr.
A Llrelr Community Itrleflr Iteinlxed
a Urlcht Fencll Fuslier.
-Wesley V. Slides, of Lehlghton,
was visiting his parents mid friends of
this place on Sunday of last week.
-Diphtheria, typhoid fever and la
grippe are engaging great attention
now In many directions.
The Green's family which were
verysovcroly attacked by diphtheria
for tho last month are grndtially Improving.
Mr. Auiandus Wagner, teacher of
George's school, makes report ns fol
lows, for tho mouth ending January
Hth, to wit. Pupils present every
day-Corn A. Beltz, Llllio B. Beltz,
Clara A. George, Hattie George, Ella
V. George, Emma J. George, Amandus
L. George, Hattie Gouger, Eugone
George, Preston George, Nathan II,
George, Herbert A. Gouger and Oscar
Samuel Green, who died at his
homo at Strohsvllleon Thursday even
ing, January 11, 1892, was aged sixty-
six years, Ave months and twenty-one
days. He was born near this place
and his entire llfo timo was passed In
this vicinity. Some years ago he had
flllod the office of Supervisor, and at
present was one of our school direc
tors. His death was due to la grippe in
connection with breast fever. The
services wero conducted by Rev. J. S.
Erb. The pall bearers were Lewis
Smith, Adam Kunklo, Aaron Strohl
nun Chas. George. Burial was mado
In the St. John's church at Lehigh
The News of the Comlnc UoroiiEh Itrleflr
Lehlg-hton Men llndlj
Charlos Dauxdater and Gus Walck
nmnlnvoil In (tin TUI, Vnlln.. l
Carrlngton has charge of the work of at Pickerton, are nursing badly burn-
vi.iiin.ii.mi ii.u.o ui "", ed facos. They wero both working
I a spring testeny machine, connected
ij, a wen-written communication ,, ,mw i.B pqnB1i hainir killed Isa
Mrs. Schultz and daughter Katie,
fmm Parrwllle lines not nnnenr In I . . ... ,
. t. . . . ,i i i -.-- miracle, ins leira anu arms are uaniy
Of UlOOmSDUrg, rn., reiumeu uumu uu hl ln hnmin tlin wr ier fa ml tn
Saturday after a pleasant visit to John Bl(m h,g or her name to ,t We must
hi. Hummel on oecona street. httVB tho n..m0 of the writer, not
-Miss Mattio Jones, a vory estl- noeossarily for publication but as a
miracle. His legs and arms are badly
bruised and his foot is also broken.
Tresckow, a small, uupretentlous
mining town, hanging on to Jeansville,
ls going wild over tho good fortuno
that has suddenly come to Frederick
I rlM, TriAT-nnit lita wllrtncir. ilrpnms liv Hie
1 XT .11 I. .11 MI ow rf
u .i. B..u.i, """' death of an aunt in Broslan, Germany.
mable young lady of Albany, N. Y., Is gjjurranteo of good faith.
visiting tho Misses i,bberia on ino Lohighton Is always trotting out UT7 , , , , i i i
Hni, i Trnn streets. .71? !. . ' ,.rf., ' Rder who has suddenly become rich,
, u.uu. . - some LmuE new. uriKiuui ur uuiuue.
Wa were rjleased to see our oldlxr i,i.nn.n(n..u n,nni .tA
friend Frank Gerber, of Audenrled, on Bpe;iaity company. Their 'first stand
Monday. Mr. Gerber looks well and , KresuBvlllB nnfnrtimatn
reports his better half as in her usual Kresgevllle what have you ever done
nealtn, tlint i should be bo afflcted T
Dr. E. A. Gearhart, of Krosgevllle, Dr. F. I. Smith last woek sold his
was in town Saturday. Tho doctor fast horse "Billy S." to a New Jersey
has Just returned from Philadelphia, party (or $350. The doctor is now
wnere ne nnisnoa a post grauudte driving a nretty bay mare that has
good speed and Is an all-round good
roadster. The horse "Billy" will be re-
earnest, active Democrats representing
the different districts, a change in
our nominating system might be so.
Watch this space next week.
It will he sure to interest yon.
Sunday Sshool Officers.
The members of Ebonozer Evangel
ical (Bowman) congregation, this town,
elected the following Sunday school
officers last Sunday, to serve during
the current year: Superintendent,
Homer Adams; assistant superintend
ent, Andrew Shive; socretary, John
Heberling; treasurer, David Harding;
chorister, James Walp; organists,
Borryna Smith and Laura Seldle; li
brarians, George Kibler and Jacob
Heberling. Tho Sunday school is in a
For Three Tears.
At tho February election constables
aud assessors will bo elected for threo
years; under the new law each district
elects but one assessor, who does all
the leglstoring and assessing, and In
the third year makos the triennial as
sessment, hence the importance of ex
ercising judgment in the selection, that
competent men may bo selected. The
new election law of the State goes Into
effect March 1, 1892. Under the now
law the judges and inspectors elected
next month will be roqulred to hold
the election next November. Election
boards therefore should be chosen
with n view to thorough competency
courso at tbe Polyclinic Institute
A Sreesy Batch of Lively Happenings In a
Miss Sourl E. Kelsor, of Catasau
qua, is at home on a visit
E. G. Xander will leave for Tre.
niont, Ohio, In a few weeks.
Tn.lar l.aa wnrfra.l In tha ttiIiioc nil ills
Kresgevllle- unfortunate uroandl3said to be a frugal, hard
working, honost man and will make
good use of his suddenly acquired fortune.
Dick & Mantz have becu awarded
the contract for tbe opening of a canal
to drain the water from tho surface
near the Beaver Brook mines. The old
Nos. 1, 4 and D slopes, which have been
membered as taking three straight abandoned and flooded wlth WBtor for
ueats in tuo running maicu at our late
Does your watch fall to keep cor
rect time. Then take it to a Tollable,
responsible and competant watchmak.
many years, will bo drained of the
water at an early date. This is done
In order that the company may sink a
new slope which would be impossible
to undertake whllo tho old workings
Caries kVerts hasTurchased Mrs. ESX
Harriet Arner's farm for ?1850.
I American, Swiss and English watches,
also the finest machines for making
. , , , ,,, . i ni9u mo iiiiuav uiai.iiiiici iui iuuhiuk
-Rev. A. Bartholomew will preach ! . . . . . T .. "
In OI T.D nhllTnl, rtTl RllTl.lnV T.1 OKI - I
There ls some talk of building a
new Lutheran and Reformed church
Mrs. E. S. Hoppes, of SteinsvlUe,
Pa., was visiting In the Valley over
Valley. Watches adjusted to heat and
cold temperature at E. II. Hohl'
Mauch Chunk jewelry store. All work
A Trlbut. 0C Itespeit,
Tribute to the memory of Mrs. Wm.
Seaboldt, by the "Daughters of Ziou"
of Zlous Reformed church of Lehlgh
ton, as expressed at their meeting held
Monday evening Jan 18, 1892.
As we assemble in this meeting to
To Whom In Concerns.
The stories In circulation the past I night our first impulse is to giro way
week relative to, and reflecting on the I to emotions of sadness and sorrow.
The Mahoning School Board will character of Ed. Freeman, of this All the associations of this meeting
hold its regular monthly mooting at I town, is unqualifiedly false and with-1 bring vividly before our minds the
Pleasant Corner on Saturday after-1 out truth whatever.
Mrs. John Sitler, who has been in
a Philadelphia hospital for treatment,
A Remedy for Dlphtherl.,
The Scientific American give this
I. .t Imma wraln verv much Imnroved remedy for diphtheria: "At the first
In health. I indication of diphtheria In the child,
An Infant child of Ambrose Eb- mane the room close, men talce a tin
erta died last weok. Interment took oup and pour Into it a quantity of tar ,, ,110i,iI ,tni ti, rmm
. . I . , ... ... rv i .i i I " " I
place Wednesday at bt. mer's church, '""""w"" "iu berance of the bright and enrnost pre
West Penn. tne cup i. .ro u u me of her wbo was b ,
room with fumes, ine little patient on LWVJlalnM. 1IWb .i1BfiB im, ..,.iWBrB
f, I l.l,.ltnn 4Va fitmao will .Hint. nnA .nil I ' -.
tur.niauoy.ottnenummituiu ana tJinsiora
earnest and devoted face of ono of our
number; and we can scarcely realize
that she has gone from among us for
We need but recall tho name of our
late Treasurer, Mrs. Seaboldt, and tho
heart of this whole body will bound
I .1B WA. lulll ItlilAlllil,. Imr,nci l.n
ttSoVd l. h:-cSker.''orSramrt I IM omiae memuruueuu. mswriuiu tue llrBj n,lk ,B,r KtB , .,, fpm,.
: . , . : . . ... L... . . r.i ... : I h nhtfinrift win ruma nir. inn rnmna nr I . ,
H'kln( mane. This is because mr. maiioy tvl-1 the tar and turpentine lo osen the mat. her face aglow with enthusiasm as she
-The suggestion by the Advocate uh wntnh tnrf io . i,,tr.,ii i.
that the warring Democratic factions this had been filled with black oil and
miuocoumy maKe an euon to nar- Ulcohol and they were looking after
ui, m .o i w v,w.uru this with a small torch when the alco-
(jonntv Rustem Iq n imiwl nn. TfBnma , . .... . ...
, - 'zz """'. " uoi spurted out burning the two men
jiiuuiiuou., nuoni! democrat wouta quito seriously as stated
tako the lead and secure a meeting of .,,
S1XIIET society uossir
A new lodge of B. of R. R. T., was
instituted at Shenandoah this week.
V Carbon county has seven Castles
The Democrats of I'ackerton will of the Knights of the Golden Eagle,
meet in caucus at Leopold Myers, I with a total membership nearly COO.
Saturday evening next. rjreDaratorv tn Carbon Castle. K. Q. E.. of town
holding a convention for the placing I has received tho new By-Laws and
of a full Democratic ticket in the Meld every member should be present at tho
for the coming February election. I next session to receive a copy,
This move Is deemod advisable because Alneville Council, No. 779, Jr. O.
of the dissatisfaction existing after U. A. M., of Alneville, Lehigh county,
every citizens convention. Our Re- was instituted last week by S. V. C.
publican friends will no doubt do like- Raymond, of Mlddleton. Tho charter
wise, this will confine the growling contained bixty-two names fifty-two
inside party line, and give candidates were present for Institution
u uetter cnance. Lehlnh rVinn-ll 1(11 .1r n IT A
The article in last Sunday's Call I M.. of Lehiirlitnn. will nlnen n !ar"
signed "A Resident" is too personal, flair on the new sclmnl linn an In Frank.
and tho concensus of opinion Is, that Hn township on Washington's birthday,
ouuu uvere reiorence to inutvtuuais February, 22. On the occasion Rev.
and their private affairs serve no good Taylor, of East Mauch Chunk, will de-
purpuse. ii not oniy uitteny assails Hyer the presentation oration,
tuocnaracter or the young man, but ,.The Executive Committee of tho
invades the privacy of the young lady's Franklin County Castles, K. O. E., is
lovo affairs. It is a gojU thing to con- making great preparation for the grand
omerueiore rusninfflinto print wltn demonstration. May. 10 at Chambers
such matters how we would feel If burg In, honor of the session of the
tuus assaneo. we an nave our frail- nrand Castle. Four nrlies. .-gmm.
ties, none of us are quite perfect It UonriMin gold, and from 10 to 10
Is barely possible that these young other prizes will be awarded to Castles
people can seine tneir own aimcultles and Commandorles.
tit tney nave any) alone, and perhaps VApubUo Installation of officers
moro satisiactory it lea alone. of the Mauch Chunk Royal Arcanum
An article by "Bab" In last Sunday's I took place Monday night In theelec-
Philadelphia Times deserves more I trie light building of that place. After
than passing notice. She takes strong I the Installation a grand banquet was
exceptions to the oft quoted passage I held, Paymaster J. II. Wllhelm, of the
from Snakespeare. "Sweet are the I Lehigh Valley Railroad, presiding at
uses of adversity." "I tell you it ls I the table. George C. Iloyer, of Hazle
not easy to set down and be poor, and I ton, who is District Deputy Grand
I don't care If I shock every reader of I Regent of the Royal Arcanum, was the
the divine William, If I say, with in- installation ofllcor.
tense emphasis, that he was an abso
lute fool when ne wrote about the uses kailkoad kumhunos.
of adversity being sweet." "The poor I t The Lehigh Valley Railroad Com-
we have with us always." How little Panr BR9 ordered twenty more Baldwin
those blessed or rather nossea&ed of
enough of this world's goods to satisfy The average locomotive is said to
necessary wants care for their nelirh. bave the strength of nine hundred
bor. who is unable to provide absolute I horses.
necessaries The avtragemandoesnot t It costs the govorment ,001,000 a
The annual meeting of the Young
People's Alliance of tho East Penna.
Conference of the Evangelical Associa
tion will convene In tho Ebonozer
Evangelical church, Reading, on tho
30th and 31st Instants. The Ebcnezer
Alliance, of this city, will be represent
ed by two delegates. Homer Adams,
of town, vice president of tho annual
meeting, has been elected a delegate
along with Rev. J. S. Newhart the
castor. Miss Berryna Smith was elect
cd alternate. This annual meeting of
the Alliances nromlses to be lull or in
terest and we liope fruitful of good results.
Word from Mr, Tojet.
A letter received this week from our
old friend B. F. Vogt, formerly of
Welssport now of Buena Vista,Virginla,
says: "I enclose 11.00 for another year's
subscription to tbe Advocite in ad
vance. I anxiously await the arrival
of the paper each week, as it contains
an the home news, it Is tho best paper
published In Carbon county. May
your efforts be crowned with continued
Mr. Vogt who is manager of the
ODera house in that city Bays fur
ther, "last Thursday tho "Breezy Time"
company played here. It is a first-class
company. It is booked for Mauch
Chunk. February 8."
"Remember me with kind wishes to
all old friends."
USlSSitfS&& SSSti toftathe throat and thus afford the stood before us;-a stimulating and
ts&rcueai win impiieaiea m some very I rtmei iuuv u uhivu mg nU( ut heinrul presence. Truly u Htroni: mis
nueit lonable Jakes, vtt : the M i ley Wheat ly and 1 physicians." , . i i ...
Opera House, Lehigliton.
Tre most certainly appreciate the large patronage of the past
year because we feel that we have merited your trade by catering
to your tastes and fancies in the line of Artistic Furniture. The
holidays made great inroads on our large and varied assortment
but all the vacant places are being rapidly filled in with new
things in Furniture Bed Room and Tartar Suites, Book Cases,
Side Boards, Ladies Parlor Cabinet, Fancy Rockers, Tables, &c,
at our usual "can't bo beat" prices. Every article is just as good
if not better than guaranteed and you will positively save money
if you make your purchases of
Schwartz, The Furniture Man
First street, Lehigliton.
of all kinds nicely executed
.at this office. Prices low.
Theic is no halt in our business; we believe in keeping at
it, for persistency is sure to be rewarded with tuccess. Our sales
last year were very large and the holiday trade was simply im
mense, but we want to do better in 1892 and to this end have
bought very largely of all kinds of Furniture Bed Room and
Parlor Suites, Lounges, Tables, (7hairs, Book Cases, Fancy
Rockers, Side .Boards and the other things in this line, besides
many new and handsome patterns in Ingrain and Brusscl Car
pets. Our plan for increasing our bnsiness in 1892 is through
the medium of low prices and best qnaliiy of goods. TPc kindly
ask yon to come and see us, examine our goods and learn our
prices and we feel sure will become our patrons,
Kemerer & Swartz
NORTH FIRST STREET,
The Commission to select a ballot
booth, ballot box and railing for
holding tho first election under tho
uaker act, held its nnal session in
Harrisburg and discarding all plans
for booths that havo been submitted
to It. adoDted a Dlan of its own. a
wooden affair that folds up and can be
lam awoy wnen out ot use.
It also recommended a ballot box
made by a New York Arm, and a chalu
railing presentod by a Buffalo firm.
Tho board gave out no contracts, but
win let mo county commissioners in
the various counties do that, the State
to pay the bills, The maximum price
of the first installment of booths is to
be $1.75 each, and subsequent orders
3.00 each. The maximum price of the
ballot box is it, and the chain railing
fl.OO. County Commissioners in glv
ing out contracts nre nt liberty to get
tbe paraphernalia as much lower a9
REX'S BON MARCHE.
You will find us in the lead with more Fresh Styles and Beautiful Qoods than escr.
Large opportunities to buy your Fall and H'lnter Uoods aro offered. Our enormous
stock of Seasonable Styles Is opened and ready. Trices within the reach of all, and
now Is the time to buy.
NOTIONS We have looked well to the needs of our Notion and Fancy Goods
DcDartnient In selecting the stock for this season, aside from the staple articles in dally
use we hare made special efforts to secure, little novelties, that are always useful as
well as ornamental.
IIOSIKKY, UNDKRWEAlt AND GLOVES The ' best selections and popular
stiles prevail In this department, as the scope of choice Is larce. We of course carry
all grades of goods, wbich are sold on tbelr merits. We lead the trade In iliese lines,
because we sell the liest Goods at the most liberal prices.
CORSETS, and MUSLIN UNDERWEAR This department Is fully up to ibe
standard at all limes.
DRESS GOODS, 11LACK GOODS and SILKS We are Jctcrinlued to make
this department win, and you cannot fad to be pleased with oor stock. Tbe assort
ment Is larco and so varied In price as to meet tbe nurse ot all.
FLANNELS, COMFORTS and BLANKETS This Is a department that appeals
to lue necessities, consequently we are snowing a siock mat win oeugui every uousc
keeper, bv oUerlnc cenerous Inducements In ntlces for thoroughly Hrst-class coods.
LINENS and DOMESTICS-Our showlnc in this department of Staples will be
appreciated by every shrewd buver, as wo carry an Immense assortment of everything
pcriaimug to tnc lines, ana are always up 10 me times, qualities anu prices cooiuidcu.
SECOND FLOOR. CARI'ETS. RUGS and CURTAINS Our assortment In
Nottingham Curtains cannot be excelled In dcslng and qualities for tbe very low price
at which they are offered. New Fall patterns In Afoquett and Extra Fine Smyrna
ieujs at ngnt prices. ou wr.i nave to see our carpets io uti any son ot an mea oi
what we carry. New enects In prevailing colorings, cmoracing an manes aim nuau
les and always to do seen.
THE ANNEX contains our Grocery Department, which has no equal In this sec
tlon. Choice stocks of ever thin: that Is necessary to make It first-class has been
carefully looked after. A trial order will convince you that we are leaders In this line.
AS to qualities ami prices, mey are always nsnu
ih Mil Sullivan races for Instances.
mr. malloy should study the rules on cock
IgrtUDK b(ore disputing a dschlon. Sroar.
Summit 11III. Jan. 19.
"The Eagle Store."
KortU rirst Alrt.
A big closing out sale has
been duly inaugurated at cur
well-known store. We have a
big lot of first-class Boots and
Shoes and in order to sell them
yery soon we have marked them
very low. This will give you a
good, substantial article ol loot
wear at a genuine bargain price
You want to save money and
we want to sell our Roots and
Shoes, and to do this wc have
marked the prices to suit the
times. Come and see us and
take advantage of what we are
otming you in this line.
BO BERT WALP,
KJ!Ut.I tot. tw. m ttlMlaf
f M,M( MOT,
slonary life passed from us lu tho
death ot Mrs. Seaboldt.
A close and Inttmato association
her highly as a
The ballot which will be voted un
der the new law, at next November's! taught us to value
election, will be about the size of a (friend; to respect her as a servant of
page of the ordinary newspaper, said I Christ, and leads us to cherish her
Secretary of tbe Commonwealth Wil- memory with fondest love. Although
11am F. Harritv. in dlscusslntr the nro. llf our denarted sister conltl lie mn.
gress maue Dy me commission oi suited, we know It would be hor wish
macninery to woric, in preparation for , i
the Introduction of the new system of spoken over her memory. In thinking
voting under the auspices of county of her character and life, the first
Officials. ll,n,,l.t thut .nmoa tn All nf na Is 11, ol
This (VnnmtE, nn nlitnl. I. AAMnnA.1 I
of Secretary Harrity. Auditor General 01 ber efflclency ""worker lu the
McCamant and Secretary of Internal I church. It ls no extravagance to suy
Affairs Stewart, has had a number of that the church and its Interests held
ESlrir.n?Sr.J "M'ti she per
tions. The commission will prepare a mitted nothing to stand lu the woy of
specimen ballot, wmcn wm be sent as or interfere witn her duty to tbe
soon as adopted to tne oounty Com- church. The motto of her life was "In
l0lhl?I ln His Name." Her faith wa, fIM, and
me bailor, io oevoieanexi govern-1
ber will probably be as large as any I And now dear cuter, shall we not
that shall ever be-used In this State, cherish beat her memory by laying to
1 hoart the lessons suggested by her life?
. - . ...'.. . . nD ..C.I..I ... .1 A
loruongress, including the candidates- i..uuuu.Ui mi wo write
at-larso. and for Senator. RenresenU. 1 will fade away, words of esteem we
live ana countr omces, must an be gpeak will be forgotten, garlands we
printed on one ticket, . innn her v will ,itw .h.
ii uecretary llarrltva aumrestlon I r . : " 7
hall be adoDted the nuns, nf tha good ln ber life that we seek to sum
Presidential electors will be grouped I late will abide forever. Her InfluMioe
aide by side, under the appropriate remain and while we mourn her low
memory of her ClirU-
resta from her labors,
paper and hr works do follow."
elect to be poor, and we do not agree year for tho transportation of malls by
with "llab" that it is tho power of every 108 rauroaus.
man to become rich, but we do believe t Engine No. CM, ou the Lehigh Val-
thatthe man who Is willing, can and ,e7 ls out of th 8a0P, B,ter a senerel
does work, should receive a return 1 overhauling.
sufficient to meet the necessary wants J Tho new long passenger roaches on
of those depending upon him. and a I tho Lehigh Volley Ituilroad seat 70
Utile besides to be laid by t meet or people and cost t5,000 each.
stem the tide of possible adversity. I A prominent official says that the
Take tho average man the dally I report of tho condition of the Lehigh
laborer, his capital, muscle, brain, and I Valley railroad will show an increase
a will to work, this is to bring to him 'or 1801 of 11,600,000 over the proceed.
and his, food, clothing, etc Day after ing year.
day finds him working apparently X Chauncey M. Depew receives tlGC a
happy. And right here how of ten we day as President of the Now ork Cen
hearthe wealthy say, oh.if I could tral, and yet there are officials who kick
only feel as cheerful as tbe poor no aud growl at the poor railroader who Is
n,tfi i. w;.Tn2r . " P?? ,f out In all kinds of weather and only
would be. Nonsense, they wouldn t . , , . . . , .
exchange places if guaranteed a cen- wants B falr d 8 P8 ,or 8 falr day 8
turv ot such happiness, Uut adversity work." Inconsistency, oh, luconsist-
overtakes the "bread winner," sickness, enoy. Give the railroad boys a little
Vhf .VT. 7.1 iT-J m justice in the matter of pay
bank accounts, distress, novertv. char. t If oil the locomotive? ln the Uuited
ity, com, uaicuiatiug, uisirusirui. isitionsies wuru injupieu wgeiuer tuey
musio to his ears, does It afford relief, would make a train 200 miles Innir.
degrading. "There Is nothing ennobling nave sumu i,aj uium long carrying
in soelng your children want for things 1,600,000 passengers.
that other people's children have, fori t There seems to be but little doubt
uvAjaa vis inUj'kww viia tuiuU) (U juut"
(oris to mane your wite ana children
Notes from tb. Assessor's Uooks.
East Mauch Chunk has 38 horses
and 31 cows. Tho horses are valued at
1,110 and tho cows at 1310.
bast Penn has .CIl taxable and
only 03 canines.
lieaver Meadow 100 liorsei, 30 cows
and 181 dogs.
'Audenrled has asi taxableBj 78
horses; 21 cows and 71 big and little
213 horses; 228 cows and 1C3 dogs.
liowmanstown has ii) horses; ol
cows; GO dogs and 171 people who must
llloomlngdale has 20 dogs; 23
horses; 20 cows and only 75 people on
the tax Hit.
Nesquehoufng has 507 taxables, 120
horses; only 7 cows and 08 dogs.
llacklebernle has no dogs accord
ing to the returns; 18 horses; .10 cows
and only CO taxables.
Lower Towamenslng has 230 horses;
270 cows and 110 dogs.
Upper Towamenslng has 223 horses;
201 cows and 113 dogs of all color, all
shapes ana sues.
Lehlghton has 877 taxables; 110
horses; 40 cows and 130 dogs.
ess I no isr-
n m styles
sflnf i$ &lc Tortile
S5 BDdenQ LLIes
worth ' 18
a!Iy g-et tHaeir
Mauch Chunk, Pa,
C. A. !REX
For Best Quality of
Wall Paper & Window Shades
Go to AltiDKJIW ilAYKlB,
South First Street, Leiiioiiton.
Illlll ALi: ItKGlSTKIt.
t39"On Saturday, Jan. 31, at ono p.
m., 07 acres of land with dwellings, lo-1
cated in Walcksville, Franklin town-1
ship, property ot Sol Walck, deceased, i
t3On the premises lu Parryvllle, on I
tbe 23rd instant, George Reinhart will 1
sell horses, rows, farming machinery. '
taIIave sale bills printed at this
office. Lowest prices and a position'
under this head free announcing the .
tSTOu Jan. 20, on the premises in
Mahoning township, A. Arner.executor, i
will sell the personal property of the WHY IS THE
latB"!?!r: lW. L. DOUGLAS
i a OHUt, CENtLEMeH
iioe oy side, under the appropriate remain and whlb
&US&Z$rjS WXul )olc. Inthe,
tianllf.. '-She re
stronger, In useful and beautiful
things tnat matte you, them and the
home happier, your boy or girl with
every promise of success if given an
equal chance with those ot your
wealthy neighbor. Your wife with
taste aa refined, want as great, anx
ious, careworn, doomed to allfe of toll.
Can she or you rind so Uvea ln the say
ing "sweet are the uses of adversity!"
mil any one elect to live a life of ad
versity for Its possible sweets?
that the Lehigh Valley Railroad Com
psvny Intends extending lta line Into
the soft coal regions this summer. It
Is confidently expeited that beforo very
long a branch will be extended to Wll
llamsport, Into which the Lehigh Valley
has already seoured tbe right of way.
It would shorten tbe distance to be
traveled between points In the Wyom
ing Valley and Willlamsport by nearly
I fifty miles.
To lUelf la sour I is port in t ptutlcaUn, Ilood'i
SimpuUIft U difftreot don and aaptrlor lo ny
Otatr medlelBt, I
FccalUr ln combltutlon, proportion tad prtp
tntloa of loxTedlenU, liood'i fi&ritpuUU po-
tb fall cantlt Vila of th txit koowo
mtd!M of lbs Tf(UbU klcfdom.
PccalUr la lu medletatl merit, Hood i &u up.
rUU MceaiplUhei turn <brto ankaown.
PtcalUr lo trenffth tvnd coaomy Hood'f 8r
ikptrlllft U tbi oalj medicine of wbkh tu traly
be itid, " 100 doaei on dollAr" Medldset Is Urter
md nuUtr bottle requiio larger doeee. .vnd da
not produce u food rtiaiu u Uood'a 6ruprtlU.
FeeulUr la Iti N food bus tvl home " thero 1
mere t Hood'i &uaparUU told ln LowtU.whr
It U nude, tbAo of all ether blood porlflen.
PoeuUkT ln lta bnotneiial record of
abroad, no other prtparatloa baa ever a I tain ed
oca popalarlt j la ao abort a time. Donotbola
dacod U) Ukt any ot hr prprUtoi. Beioxet0(t
BoldbraildragsUta, lUfTfa. rreparedoalr
bC I. UOOD A UX, AoUcarU, UwaU,Mu.
IOO Doaos Ope Dollar
THE BEST SHOE INI HE WORLD FOR THE MONET j
ItUaaramUUBhoo, with notackaor wax thread
to hun too fecit mad of tha bait nae calf, etviub
tad eair. and barawaa tt4 nak mors atoc of lk
trad tKatk any viktr wtannfaetvrir. It equal hand
Mwed eboee eoUn from UU to Si-OX.
CC OOiloaalae Hand-sawed, thaflnettealf
i9lt ahoo aer offered for looi aquAla rrentb
tn ported ahoea which coat from tSIftto 111 (U.
OA 00 lland-Hewed Welt Hhee, Cfla eair.
3)Ve tjlUh,comIiirtbIend durable. Tbebeit
ahoo rtr offered at thU price t umi trade aa cue
tom-made aboaa eoatlog from $U0 to ifm.
tffio 00 Fallro Hhaei farmera. Ratlmad Men
9O1 and Latter Cerrlere all weer them floe calf,
aeamleaa, emooth loeide, haarjr three aolea, eaten-
sln mAatt. fin, riklr will Hair lair.
CO 00 Asa cnlfi no better eboe ever offered at
SlaCe tbu prtoei one trial will convince thoee
wao want m enoe cor oomion uq eerric
QraCe aro turf etrong and dureue. Tboa who
Dnvel J.OQ nod 1.A ac
D UI O worn oy tha boya eery
on their maiita, ae tbe ln.-raalag eel
I -carl I ACS S.OO. Ilnnd-eM
In ulea khAsv.
I nrllaa(S00. Iland-ewwedahoe, bait
ImnnMI ahmti nnatln trtm ( 11) (a tkaVfln.
. (LielVe' J,30. tfj.UO find l.,r5,hoa foe
Birrfi rrnnT i re; wjum ma uuimmm,
Cnnilanea that w. U Ioulaa' name and
prke are auapad a the bottom of each ahoe.
tTTlKl MO BUBSTITUTKM
InsUt oa locel adTertlaed deaiara Bupplvtag yoa.
Adam Mel irk am & Von, 1st St
flower's llullilin; opposite Post Ollke.
kiust st.. i.Kiiunrro.N. pa.
H'otk taken In every day of the week
ami promptly attended lo.
Family Washing done at very reasonable
A 58 ACRE FARM FOR SALE.
Hie Muiimitfneu oner ids rarm of ) Airea,
ilua(,ain Header lUin, lersitt?. Aliout on-lut)f
Ii rlearrU aud umler goott rulUvallon atul the
liaUme rooU huoIUiiuI, 'lite liiiirotinita
an a '2 alorv Frame llmue, lw lhtrn aiul
other ontbulldlngs. a well of spring water, ft
nreamnf rmmlim wattr a1 a Hue Orchard.
1 or terms piny to
H.J. IUNZKK. Jk..
On the rriu)t9, ltvaer liuii, (arbtmC-u., Pa.
Jan. -i Mil.
IT be h I eaeiaetl
In i'nvt it is a
good titMBe io
Special ! !
1 Cae Uxfira
at 15 cents a
yard worth 2
AttoiMi Hura, fiMir cau,a old this
i-ominiui ttprtitic, elant about
The Itorae Is well built. soumM asa
ilolLii iuuI t arv luxe for hie an, and
mill work single or tlouhle Apply tu
mo TO KUH. KOUKRKU, under the Khbie
U Hotel. iUnk street, lor a aiuooUi shave on
fashionable hair cut 1 Cloaetl ou Suaday's
lUxKler'allilrUmtc. cures lkaodruff. We carry
lu stock a lull line ot (a&cy Uilurt aHleHw at low
eat prices, aud we are the only place tn (own
m here ou can buy Header's t'reaan lor toe (aee.
OTUBHK'H till A VINO HA LOON.
advocate urriVK, w a
ahavtac, ha4r euUlcg aaal ahatai
MAN, lha barber, oppoaite
fuu luur. uafat an,ii mam vn .
No. 711 Hamilton Street.
us m umiMi mv m ami eea uu