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The Carbon Advocate
ratirriii KTinr s.tohdat Br
Harry V. Morthlmor, Sr.
orriOE-Stller'i Blook, Nortu rirst Blreet,
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BATUBDAT, APRIL 15, 18311
Our Circulation 1403
BirslSINTlTITI MUTCnLM had
eonferenee with the Postmaster Gener-
al and Assistant Maxw.il on Thursday
concerning the presidential and fourth
laas postmasters in his dlrtrict. The
appolattnents recommended by hitu
war arranged and will bo made.. The
treudsburg aapolnttneut, which was
delayed to sire ether candidates an op
portunity to file their papers, la likely
to co la with the next batch. Congress.
nan Mutoler la ene of the ablest men
in Ceagress and has made for himself
a reputation that is national. Ills
plaion en matters of legislation is al
ways sought after, lie Is a leader iu
debate and has a character that is lu-
orrutaale. Mutchler is also a Demo
STATU NEWS OF A DAT.
Hons. Ziarialators Dlsctuiln; the Phil
dalDhla Rapid Transit Bill.
IUlmtSBURO, April 13. Among the bills
passed finally la tne senate yesterday were:
Providing for the incorporation of com
oanlea to trade In nroceries by wholesale:
investing municipal or public corporations
with the power to exercise the rUht of
eminent domain in tho purchase of acquir
ing by condemnation the property and
forks of private water companies. The
Crawford county fence bill wan defeated
eu final reading. In the house a bill was
Introduced appropriating $33,000 for a
menument to General Hancock at Norrls
town. A number of senate bills passed
second reading. The bill authorizing the
atate board of agriculture to appoint an
agent, to be known as the dairy and food
commissioner, to superviso the sftle of such
products was defeated ou second reading.
The afternoon session was Bpout lu dis
cussing and voting on various sections of
lb. Philadelphia rapid transit bill. Con
sideration ot the bill was resumed todny
and Mr.Rlter, of Philadelphia's contesting
every point In his opposition to the meas
ure. It will be necessary to defeat each of
the remaining thirty-two sections of the
old bill, and after this nothing but the
title will be left of it. This will be adopted
ana then ine new bill will be reauy lor tbi
third reading calendar.
I'.nn.ylvaula G.rman Society.
Lancaster. April 18. The exrcutlr
committee of the Pennsylvania German
society held ita quarterly meeting here
yesterday. It was decided to hold tho
next annual meeting of the society at
York on the second Wednesday lu October
next. The persons to be requested to pre
pare papers for this meeting, as well as the
literary contents of the furthcoming third
annual volume of the proceedings, were
agreed upon. The next quarterly meeting
will be held at the assembly of the Penn
sylvania Chautauqua, at Mt. Gretna on
July U, which will be "Pennsylvania Ger
man 'jar '
M'eatMat- Woruara In Convention.
YoitK, April 1.1. The Woman's Ml
sionary association of Pennsylvania con
ference ot the United Brethren church,
convened in the First United Brethren
church here yesterday. Mrs. J. It. Hutch
ison, ot Gettysburg, presided. The first
session was devoted to preliminary work,
and in the evening the young people of the
church had appropriate exerch.es. Dele
gates are preseut from Chambersburg,
fihtremanstown, Baltimore, Harrlsburg,
Gettysburg, llolling Bprings, Benders vlllc.
urrsuwu, ixewourg, Perry, Shlppensbui
Attacked by llnn.arlan IIIaliwaTm.n,
POTT8VIU.E, Pa., April 13. Lafayette
BUltg, an insurance agent ot this place,
while on his way home from a collecting
tour was attacked by four Hungarian
highwaymen. Bllllg'a assailants knocked
him down, but he strutted to his teet.
and drawing a revolver, shot one of the
men In the breast. Ulllig then rau and
succeeded hi making his escape. The
Hungarians carried their monuded com
panion to their cabin at Llewellyn, where
he died. His name la supposed to be John
HiEHisBimo, April 13. These charters
weregrauteu yesterday: The Allegheny
Valley Street Hallway comnanr. the line
of which will run from Parnassus to New
Kingston, Westmoreland county; capital
113,000. 6cranton and Pottsville Coal
Land company, ot Scranton; capital $500,
000. Cross Fork Railroad company, the
line to run from Shingle Holt Summit to
Cross Fork, In Potter county; capital 130,
000. W. J, Lewis, of Coudersport, is pres-
Corporations at War.
Easton, April IS. There is bitter war
existing between Kaston and Bethlehem
and the Easton transit company, both cor
porations claiming ngnt oi way through
certain streets In the city and roads lu the
country. The climax was reached when a
force of 100 men begau laying a single
track for the Eastou and Bethlehem com
pany through the main street ot Oden
weldertown, near here. The result will be
watched with considerable interest.
Wyoming- Valley Trust Company.
WautSBAURH, April 13. The Wyoming
Valley Trut company was organized In
this city. The following directors were
chosen: Llddon Flick, J. F. Lenahan, M.
L. Driesbach, II H. Ijawall, Fred Thtlas,
Cyrus Straw, W. Jr. 8myth, John A.
Bchmltt, David Williams, K. W. Davtes,
Isaac a Long. Capital stock fixed at
KS0.O0O. The trust company will transact
general banking business.
An Ineeudlary Trainp.
TaUaqua, April 18. The barn on the
farm of the Hon. C. F. Shlndel, at Barnea
Tllle, near here, was discovered on fire.
While the volunteer firemen were endeav
oring to subdue the flames a tramp crawled
from the building. He was Immediately
arrested and sent to Jail. He gives the
Dame of Albert Bkeath. The barn con
tained valuable atock aud wosalmost com
rail Dead at the Lever.
CAItUSLI, April 13. -George Iteeaer, of
ar New Kingston, fell dead upou his
traction engine while running along the
publlo highway near that village Ilia
fireman noticed that the engine waa run
ning Into the fence at the side of the road,
and looking around saw that the luau at
the lever had fallen dead, Iieeser waa GO
years old. Heart disease was the cause,
afystarlone Dlsappearauco at Unfleld.
LlHriXLU, April 13. -This village Is still
greatly excltwl in regard to the mysterious
disappearance of GeOrge Schurr, who waa
engaged with his brother Christian, of
Philadelphia, lu the creamery bualneaa,
The brothers operated three unatuieries In
this vicinity, and were apparently proa
parous. He is believed to have drowiml
himself lu the Schuylkill.
A Juvenllo Eloper.
WlLltsnimit, pa., April la. HsImi
Row, a well developed girl of only ID
years, la reported to have eloped from her
heme in Plymouth. She i ut her clothes
lu a bundle, threw them out of the win
dow, and escaped from the house while
the family waa asleep. Two young men
who hatabeen attentive to her are mbaluf.
Sboo factory llurued.
HOITIKOIXIN, April 13 -tire of incen
diary origin completely destroyed the
building and uiaehlnery of Uie Hunting
don Shoe Manufacturing uouinauy, -eupled
by J. M Jarvls, tauuer, aud Hern
caue Brothers, broom manufacturer.
Naw Coal Vain UlMovtrwd.
SctCjUMIAKiiA, Apnl la. -Coal lu uayins!
quantities has beeu dUootared in Wind or
tewaship, Broome uouuty, N. V., live iuum
from here. Speculators are fast pursba
log the adjacent lands and prospecting will
begla at once.
A Mine Fire Killn'gulahed.
Wiuhbakrc, April 13. The Ore In the
Black Diamond mine at Ituaerue borough,
operated by J. 0. Haddock & Son. Is out
Work waa returned Uata)
Brisk to Ugh southerly wind, decidedly
ROMI, AprU U King Humbert !,ft hast
tr ,. . I"'""" .a,, t,
tolliury sails, to pj a to. ue amu
CANADA AS NATION.
Ei-Fremior Meroier Discussoa tho
Quostion of Independence.
ANNEXATION WOULD BOON TOLLOW
e H.H.T.. That Knglamt Would Inter
pose no Objections ftliontd Oauadlans
Ask to be Absolved from Crown Con
trol ArguHient for AiinTatlon.
MTAsiimaTiiv, April ti jCx-I'remler
onore Mercler. OaacsB. and J. C.
Langeller, Into ml- rr rfkjffMarot the
province of Quebec. . rtl; I ft Washington
yesterday. Mr Mi-i tlar re that lie was
na a pleasure tour, nat that Suratlou ir
other polItlcAl mennires had nothing to do
with his presence st tho cAplUl. In re-
upon-M! to a request lor mi views upon an-
nexAiiuii lur Mercler nam;
I cnu onenk for the provlnc Quebec
alone. There 1 with ua ft stroDff feeling
for Annexation under certain condition.
The dominating sentiment, however, la for
a separation from England aim a complete
"While mere are manv strong argu
ments In favnr of annexation our Inde
pendence conies first. It Is, In fact, easier
to secure independence man annexation.
Annexation mint be conducted by treaty.
and now -fiaA'B id would conduct tne ne-
gotlatl'-n). j- inland would necessarily
took 'und's Interest llrst, but
were n dent we could negotiate
our own ter "
Do you thl'A that Kncland would op-
nose vour UTtlLtendencei1"
".No; i uo not. 1 iMiicve that li uannaa
should ask Kngland to be absolved from
the crown control our request would be
granted. Once our Independence U gained
we would then consider the advisability of
union with tho United States.
During niv recent visit In England I
talked with many Englishmen upon the
question of our Independence, The gen
eral sentiment of the Liberal party waa
that wepuould have It. .Many Conserva
tive, too, expFesssed the same vlewa.
"1 here are many cogent reasons tor an
nexation, including the commercial bene
fits ensuluir, Now a Canadian must pay
$30 and then SO per cent upon the value
of a horde before he can Bhtp it into
the tTnltcd States. This Is merely an ex
ample. Agala, there are a mllllom French
Canadians, or about oneuali or tne entire
race, at present In the United States,"
Want Secretary Spaultllns KemoTd.
Wabiiinqtok. April 13. Thomas L.
Hunting, ex-con gresamau from Buffalo, a
canned goods packer, Is here as a represen-
taiiY e oi the Tin l'late consumers' associa
tion, to urge upon Secretary Carlisle and
l'resluent Cleveland the necessity for the
Instant removal of Assistant Secretary
Spauldlug, They hold that Spauldlng's
ruling on matters relating to tne Ua plate
duty have been made with partisan bias
and that he has been Instrumental In
grossly misrepresenting the amount of tin
plate made in this country.
KckeU .Nomination Confirm tMl.
Washington, April 13. Among the
nominations confirmed by the senate yea- i
terday were these; HaihiIs Taylor, of Ala
bama, minister to Spain; James S. Ewlng, of
Illinois, minister to Jlelglum; William
Iochren, of Minneapolis, .Minn., commis
sioner of pensions; Samuel T. Fisher, of
Canton, ilass., assistant commissioner of
patents; IxmU C. llughen, of Tuceon, Arl
zona, governor of Arizona; James H.
.okela, comptroller of the currency,
Three Children I turned to Danlh.
Chicago, April 13. A ilro occurred In a
house occupied by a family named Jessen
last night, whereby three children lost
their llfes. Mrs. Jessen left the children
lu the houe alone while she went to make
a purchase. While she was absent the
house caught Are In some manner un
known and the three children perished.
Their uanira are: Olga, George and Ed
ward, and their ages G, 3 years and 7
Kin pi o; em Arretted for Com pi racy
New Yoiik, April 13. Iuls 3.1. Horn
thai and Alfml F. Ilockstadter, president
and vice president of the Clothing Manu
facturers' ushuclatlon, were arrested yes
terday oh a charge of criminal conspiracy
made against them by some of the locked
out cutters. They furnished ball for ap
pearance. It is feared the arrests will pre
cipitate a leuewal of open hostilities.
The New York Clothing Cutters.
New Yoiik, April 13. At the adjourned
meeting of the executive committee of the
Clothing Mauufactuiers' association It
was decided that the entire board heap
pointed a committee to meet the commit
tee of five appointed by the American
Federation of Iabor to consider concilia
tory measures fpr terminating the present
lockout of the clothing cutters.
Secretary Orf1mm Chance.
Wasiusoiox. April 13. Secretary
Greshum cut off the official head of
another of his chief tmliordl nates yester
uay, rch ving itouert Chilton, the chief
ilerk. Tne new Hppolntee will he W, W.
Hockblll. It Is likely that Chilton, who Is
a Democrat, and has been lu the oftice
eleven years altogether, will he given a
DentU of h I'roinliieiit Marylamler
WAsniiiupON. April 13. Colonel John
11, Sotheru, father-ln-lnw of liepresen ta
il ve llarnes Coiupton, and a wealthy and
well known Maryland limn of ante-bellum
days, dropiwd dead lu the lobby of the
ftuoett nouw irom parai) sis. Jie was said
to lw the laigttkt MarjUud slate owner
bttfore the war.
Morton After the Sinecures.
Wabhinotox, April 18. Secretary Mor
ton does not intend to discontinue his
search for sinecures, several others besides
those already dlMposed of having been
brought to hi attention,
ralliiro of hii Old Hank.
Lonuok, April IU The Enli.h, Scot
tlsli and AiH.tral.au eliMrtered bank has
raiusi, nun liabilities amounting to H,
000,000. The bank was lnouriorated by
iVJHt a.uuricr 111
Putt A gal ii it Arthur and Sargent.
Tolkpo, O., April la. -The Ann Arbor
road ytwUtt-day filed a itetttlon ao-aln&t
Chiefs Arthur and Sargent demanding
ano.000 damage)!. Conspiracy charges are
Iiarttiioutlt Ulilvh University,
South Uktmlehkm, Ph., April 18. Dart
mouth defeated Ililyh yesterday after
noun in a MVeu iiuilug ball game by the
awn ui I.J ui o.
NUGGETS OP 'NEWS.
North Adanw, Mass., lias a smallpox
Mwra. iub puuitc scuouis may be eloaed.
Titer le talk of a general strike ou May
1 among the malstm and bi ewers of St,
The eitwisWe planing mills of Hardy,
i iMrnu . , iu itruokiyn, were burned.
Fire iu New York last nlaht d est roved
7,UU),Uiu to tUV0 feet of lumber, .caus-
ii'K ( iu w e,W,uu.
John A. 1W1. fur twentv-flve vaani man-
agiug editor of the Detroit Free Press,
tiled yeatrday afternoon.
M. Patuotre yesterday presented bis
orwlentiU U JVridut Cleveland as
Freucb twulwaaaitur to the United States,
Major U ti CairuM. auroiHlueut oitlsMi
ef Pontine, Ills., and widely known as a
frUwkiuau aud capitalist, died of heart
WtllUm Moore, a deartr from the
Thlruwi.tl. InlAiilry.U. K A. , uow aUttianed
In the Indian Teriltury, was arretted at
. ..UlLUtllOU, xmi.
Albert I. Almuney baa Immsu apiiolBted
puatinaster at ttoukville, -MU . John M.
Siegfried at Warrwi. Pa., aud George D.
Qtbttua at New Castle, Pa.
The carpvutt-rM and joti,tra of Queens
towu, England, uotirted thrir aiunlovara
that they wdl dftuand an lncreaae In their
pay oi one ik'uii jk t hour afur JuueSU.
At the iiiuetinit of ibe IxniUvllla. Ne
Albau and t'uuatfo itailroad company,
1 beld tu ludmnplU ju-rday, the stock
hoidwra aulhoiurd thi
he- Imiiu of (4,OUU,U00
vMinuard 'i l'K- 'U-l. nal Km of Kuglttfe
ilullt MfupUwUfM wtu w oiiug
I br for Ui &4uubUa siUaWOoiL
VICTIMS OF THE STORM.
Great Damage to Property by the
Foroe of the Wind,
BEVEBAL FATALITIES HEPOBTED.
Missouri, Kansas, Teias, Nebrika In-
dUna and Illinois Visited by th
Mighty ntast, which' Lett Death and
Destruction In Its rath. -
HioaiNBViLhE. Mo.. April 18. This
countr was visited ou TuesdaT by a ter
rific wind storm which swept everything
before It, from the southwest part of the
county to the northeast line. Near Page
Uity stx deaths nave so lar been reported.
Will Walker, a prosperous young farmer,
was at the supper table with his wife and
three children when his brick bouse waa
blown over, completely burying him and
all the children. Ills wife extricated her
self and with great difficulty released him.
They were unable to rescue two of the
children, who were smothered In the de
bris. Thethlrdls fearfully mangled. The
wire oi J. vv. iiutcuison, an aged xarmer
In the same neighborhood, waa killed arid
hU house destroyed. Mrs. A. Y, Luke and
brother we're killed outright and their
barns terribly wrecked. Further on Cap
tain Todhunter'aiiarna were demolished
and a small negro girl killed on his farm.
There are numerous reports and rumors
about deaths at Dover and Waver! y, hut
nothing autnentlo can be secured. In
Lafayetto county fonr persona are reported
killed. Seven or eight farm bouses were
totally destroyed. At Holla ten dwelling
houses and barns were blown down.
Parker, a hamlet ten miles west ot Inde
pendence, was almost destroyed. Many
houses were completely leveled. The Ioms
of life is believed to be great. At May view,
several houses were blown down and It Is
believed several people were killed. The
cyclone swept the country northwest of
Btanberry. The path of the cyclone waa
two miles wide. Four farm houses were
leveled and other damage done. Several
people were killed, among them Mrs.
Ward. Her husband and John Shelton
were fatally Injured. An unknown woman
was also crushed to death. Most of the
people saw the cyclone coming In time to
get in their cyclone cellars. The loss will
aggregate thousands of dollars.
The Damage In Kansas.
Kansas Cur, April 13. Fierce storms
of wind and rain swept over Kansas and
Missouri Tuesday afternoon and night.
doing an Incalculable amount of damage
and causing the loss of many lives. In
Kansas the town of l'arker was laid waste,
nearly every house In the place being more
or less wrecked, but no lives were lost and
few persons were injured. It was also re
ported that the towns of Willis, Everest
aqd Powhattan were laid waste, but this
proved not to be the case, though consld
erahle damage was done. Near Garnet the
houses of Walter Hawley and Henry Dykes
were completely demolished, but no one
was Injured. At Walnut many houses
were wrecked and several personslnjured.
The worst Is feared from the surrounding
country. At Hiawatha a fierce wind
crushed In weak store fronts and awnings
ana inrew over outhouses ana chimneys.
At Powhattan Peter Hosklnsou was struck
on the head by a flying timber and
knocked senseless. At Hoblnson Owen
Pelton was instantly killed by llghtnina.
Much stock was killed by the storm, barns
were laia low ana nay stacks scattered.
Fruit trees were broken and twisted, but
they had not yet buddttd, and there is still
promise or plenty.
In Teiaa and Mebatka.
Albany, Tex., April 13. A terrific wind
and hall storm swept 'over western Texas,
laving waste everything in lta path.
Whole farms, orchards and small grain
crops were completely ruined. Not a win
dow pane in the storm's track Is left.
Granaries, barns, windmills and fences
were destroyed. Albany escaped with but
Blight damage. Many cattle were killed,
but no ratan ties are reported.
LINCOLN, Neb.. April 13. ABlde from
the partial wrecking of the village of
Page, In the northern part of the Btate, no
great damage resulted from the storm of
Tuesday night. Geneva, the county seat
oi tnimore county, suffered the partial
demolition of one or two buildings, but no
one was injurea.
In Indlaim nd Illinois.
Chicago. April 13. In Illinois a terrlflo
wind, rain and hall .storm passed over
Hockford, doing much damage In that
vicinity. It verged close on a cyclone,
breaking wludows, tearing up trees and
turning over bams and small buildings,
At Jacksonville all the streams in the
vicinity are out of their banks and bridges
are washed away, while fences are floating
dowu stream in confuslou. Trees and
buildings have also suffered, and many
cattle were killed by lightning. In Indiana
terrific wind storm passed over Terre
Haute, and did many thousand dollars
worth or duumgem the city and vicinity.
Twenty Irou columns of the Vandal la
train shtsls were blown down and the
stone foundation uprooted. At Kokomo
the machinery and holler rooms of the
American straw lioard mills were ueinol
shed and Robert Douglass, an employe.
was crushed to death in the debris. Other
workmen had narrow escapes. The build
ing Is a complete wreck.
Michigan Ctttrlies It, Too.
Detikht. April 13. A heavv ruin storm
and tornado struck Ypsllantl, Waahtena
county, about 7;:fu last eveurng aud swept
through its centre, leaving destruction lu
Its path. Twelve or fifteen of the principal
business blocks in the city were demolished
and others had their roofs torn off and
otherwise damaged. Several dwell! n:
were also wrecked No one was killed,
bnt quite a number were Injured.
And MIssUslppI Also.
VlCKSBUKO, Mlsa.. April 13. Conductor
l nomas, ot the lazoo and Mississippi
Valley railway, wires, here: The entire
town or uouinbonvllle, Coahoma couuty,
was swept away by a cyclone about
o'clock yesterday afternoou. All the stores
were bured. beveral negroes and perbapi
Wine white are burled in the rulus. Only
two nouses are ten standing.
Cathollo University Directors Meet.
Washington, April 13. The annual
meeting of the board of directors of the
Catholic University took place yesterday.
all being preseut save Ulshops Marty, of
Dakota, and Cbapelle, of New Mexico.
Arrangements were made to organize the
faculy of philosophy, science and letters
next year, the faculty to consist ot eight
A Dig Gold Shipment.
New York, April 13. There are ru
mors on Wall street that 13.000.000 In cold
will be exportod to Europe next Saturday.
'ine brokers who know about the ship
ments, aay that 1,000,000 ot gold la sura to
go, and probably the whole amount.
TO T3T TUB LAW.
Will Rush the Chinese Registration Act
vo me supreme Court.
WAsniNQTOX, April 13,-Extraordlnary
efforts will be made to secure au adjudica
tion upon the Chinese exclusion act by the
supreme court at this term. The matter
nas oeeu the subject of correspondence be
tween the governments of China and the
United State, and at the request of the
atate department thedepartmeutof Justice
has completed the necessary preliminaries.
iu ixHijuovuui! wuuoouuselfortbeCbinesfl
government and its subject lu tUUcouu-
The arrangement enteral tn vmtm.
plates the art-wet of a Cbineaa 1Wa tn
New York for viol it loo of the terms of the
taw requiring registration, a prompt de
cision iu the lower oourU and an appeal to
the supreme court of the Uulted States,
which may h heard of Mav & If tha
k'rani U cotiImI out the tlratsloa will he
remierw r l lie luldill. ot Alar, at which
time the court expwtta to adjourn sine die
for the term The urguraeut tor the Tnltwl
8tat goverumvut in support ot the con
stltutliHialitv ot the law will ha nu.1. h.
Solldtor G.ueral Aldrkb, and for tt.
uiuaegnvniineiit uy Sir Joseph C'hoate.
of New York, and Mr. J. IIuMejr Ashtou,
Iluuorlna- llaaura.ard's Memorv.
CBAKLESTOK. 8. C. ADril 13. Th. tmm.
Lardmeut at Fort Sumter waa celebrated
yesterday by memorial exerciMa In honor
oi tne tne late Ueneral lwaurvgard. A
parade, participated lu by clvlo aud mill
tary cirganlsationa. was followed bv Im
Eresslve aierciiie. at the Grand Opera
ouse. Alexander Hobert Chlsholm, of
New Vork, delivensl the opeutnK addressa
on -Baaurntard at Manassas." F. h. Paik
anu ueueral Johusou llagood also spoke.
Major 111., la Il.rd Luck.
ULEVKLANI), April IS. The affairs of
mis municipally am la a a taut bordering
on anarobr. There la a mavor jtiul nnih.
log more. Th. or&osra that Mayor Illee
appointed have not been confirmed br th.
oouucil, which Is Republkan, and the
shance. are th.y will not be. At nreaent
aubordlnates lu office are running the
wj a auaira.
"Old Hutch" Qoloa lliek to Chle.ao.
NkW YOBK. A Mil li B. P. IluUhlnaon
the myatwiou. "Old Hutob," who areated
snsasuu in iu uuoago wheat market
and wa Anally broke, bat sold bb) grooery
rwwurBt oo t'Mn atreM lor tits
II- M.VW. and save ha 1. aaLaa hMtk
Gtdeaga lie low bkumj oa bU gnat
ui : : " .
Governors t)f Southern States in
Convention at Riohmond,
ARKANSAS' G0VEBN0K PRESIDE.
The -Projector of the Scheme to Formti-
late Plans for Ilnlldlnc Vp the Nun
South In the Chair Only Two Stat.
Richmond. April 13. Yesterday t
convention of southern governors npern
In the senate chamber. A- u o'clonk u
ernor McKlnney, idX by Gov-
nors is b back or iwrMi, Jt osrer
Louisiana, Brown of I'aryland, Jones t
Alabama, Carr of ltt th Carolina, nn
Stone of Missouri, appeared lntherh: i
ber. The following other states were re.i
resented by delegates: South Camlftin
Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Wet Vi
glnta and Keutucky. Texas and Flurh .
were not represented.
After an opening prayer by Dr. ivisnn,
president of the Richmond Female Insti
tute. Governor McKlnney. In a brief own
ing address, took occasion to welcome the
distinguished guests who had assembled
in Richmond. He said It was a happy
thought of his irleud from Arkansas -
have ntidnatMl and wnrayu tin the con
ventlon that bade fair toTOCompUsh such
great good In this south land of ours. In
concluding be nominated Governor Fish-
back as temporary chairman of the meet
ing. (Joverpor Kbt ck, lu accepting the
chairman! " 'ituukedthe gentlemen fur
the honor, and said lrwas enough to ex
cite the pride and profoundeat gratitude
from any tnau to be called upon to preside
over such a body. He then spoke briefly
about the object of the meeting and an
nounced that he waa ready to consider any
On niotlo. m 'lovernor McKlnney Col
onel jonn lieu iiigger, ciera oi inenouse
of delegates, nas chosen as secretary, and
Mr. Wilson as sergant-at-arms.
Governor McKlnney offered the follow-
log. which was adopted;
Itesolved, That a committee of five be
appointed upon permanent organization
and order or proceedure,"
Tne chair appointed Governors McKln
ney, Brown, Stone, Foster, Jones and Carr.
Governor Carr. of North Carolina, of
fered the following resolution, which was
'Resolved, that a committee of one from
each state represented be appointed, whose
dity it shall be to consider all resolutions
and suggestions brought before this con
vention and to present plans and questions
for consideration and adoption. All such
snail be reported without debate, .and tne
persons appointed on this committee be
the governors from the several states or
delegatea named by them."
Letters of regret at their inability to at
tend the convention were read from uot-
ernors McCorkle, of West Virginia, and
Turner, of Tennessee,
llefore the meeting adjourned tne recep
tion committed or the chamber ot com
merce was Introduced. After a general
Introduction and handshaking the visitors
were escorted to csrriag'rs In waiting and
driven to the Armory, where an elegant
lunch was enjoyed.
The distinguished visi ors arterwarda
resumed the carriages and were driven to
the Lee monument, Soldiers Home, Re
servoir park, Hollywood, Jeft Davis man
sion, St. John's church and other points of
interest. The gentlemen were then driven
to their respective hotels, and at 8 o'clock
last night they visited the governor's man
sion, where they were Informally enter
tained wltb an old fashioned Virginia
Governor Tillman, of South Carolina
arrived lost evening to atteud the couvea
All Uulet at Antlers.
PARIS. Tex., April 13. Everything Is
quiet at Antlers add Good laud. The United
States troops are in camp at the latter
place. The militia are there also. A strong
effort la being mode to prejudice Captain
Guthrie, of the United States army, against
L,oche aud his friends.
NtuSlte for the rhtladetphla Mint.
WAsmsaTOjr. April 13. Secretary Car
lisle has decided uot to accept the Chest
nut street Bite, l'liiiadeiprna, ai tne loca
tion for the United States nlnt. and has
deferred all action on the suhject for future
Appointment C'lork Tuner's Successor.
WAsHlNUUiM, April lit. Josephu
Daniels, ot Haleluh. N. C. has been
selected hy Secretary Hoke Smith as ap
pointment clerk for tue interior depart
ment, vice A. u Toner, resign eu.
A rOROINO "EVANGELIST.
How "Harvey Blair" Worked the Re-
Ilgioun Raoket In Richmond.
Richmond. ADrll 13. The Dollce of
jucomonu are looKing ior a swinuier caii
iuk iiiiubcii iiurvvy uitxic huu nuu ciaiiiM
to hall from Minneapolis, who arrived here
on the 1st of March. He claimed to he the
representative of a Christian organization
and hrought liters In proof thereof to a
promiueut iticnmonu clergyman, riesoon
boon found himwelf a fellow hoarder of the
cashltr of the First National hank. Blair
made himself very agreeable to everybody,
and when the cashier was sick later on he
wpn that gentlemen's heart hy various
little attentions. He claimed to represent
the Christian Endeavor socle tv and last
Sunday week addrebed a large crowd lu
Manchester and organised a branch ho
cietyr He also claimed to represent a party of
capltaliHts from MinDea.wlU who were
coming heie to invest largely lu Virginia
lands, lie went to the Klrst National
bank and asked them to cash a draft for
fJ,132.47, purporting to be drawn by the
Citizens' hank of Northfleld, Minn,, on
the American Exchange National hank of
New York. Inquiry proved that the draft
was a forgery aud the caie was given over
to the police.
During his efforts on lehalf of tho Chrls-
tlon society mentioned lllalr won the
esteem of a Richmond member ot that
organization, a well known business man.
So much Impressed was he with lllalr that
when that individual asked him to ludorse
a check for $8.7), that he mi(ht get the
money ou it, his request was readily
granted. Iu the course ot business the
paper packed Into the hand of the Mer
chants' National bank, where it was at
once found to be worthless. Of the money
received irom tue check (150 were given to
RsUteot JOSEPH P. REX.Uteof Frank
lin To nsblp, Carbon county, Pa., deceased.
Jll person Indebted to said estate are re
quested te mske Immediate payraf nt, and thoir
Mat iuk iTKal II it I IlIS IVKBinK IIIQ SHIilB Will pre
sent without delay in proper ordr for settle
ment to AUUTIN BUY I K H i tc u tor,
AprtMt Welssport, Im.
B ot K-KKKPEm-flltuatlon wanted m assUtant
nnk-kef Dr In a fWiir mill, am h. ftr tvnmiLi
c dundentand book-kerplntr, aud condivctlun
lOtTrspouuriirt 1'irnv ni rur iuiTuer re-
He has the Reputation and lie
intends to keep it by continu
ing to manufacture and sell
the best in his line at the low
est living prices; Buyers of
Want to remember this and Me
me before buying elsewhere
729 Hamilton St.,
(Lately occupied by Uittner,
Hunslcker & Co )
New Dress GooJs Arrivinp: Daily.
For the best values and largest as
sortment visit our Dress Goods d.
New, stvllsli and serviceable doable
fold dress goods at 120.
Diagonal wool suitings In the choic
est colorings, 33 in. wide, 20o a yerd.
i j Whip cord, wool chevrons, wool cash
mere, Sabastopol and other new weaves,
lu fifteen of the newest shades at 25c;
actually worth 35o a yard.
Plain flannel,mlxed all wool chevrons
wool suruhs, silk Duish henriettas,
nun'a veiling, in a Rrana array oi snaa
lngs, 10 in. wide, OUo a yard.
I Hub crade novelties in two-toned
diagonal mixtures, coin spot beugallnes
whipcords, 4U in. wool suran, 4U in. sua
finish heurlcttRS. In tans, modes, ser
pents, resedas and all this soason's
most popular snaues, too to bi a yarn,
Bnbllme cloths are In great favor,
They make u rich aud stylish dress for
street or evening wear. Our selection
Is larger tnau over, ask to see mem,
China silk, 20 In. wide, 20c; 22 in.
wide.DOo: 27 In. wide, COo to $1. TLe
demand for Chinas was never so great,
the stylos were nevor so beautiful, the
prices novor so low ior tne samegoous.
Capes aDfl Bnlterfl? Jaciets.
Any lady looking for anything In
this line should visit our cloak room
without fall. We are doing tho largest
business in our exoerleuce. the variety
is larger and more choice uud the best
vaiuas we ever offered.
Children's capes, i to 10 years, in
blue, tan, and red, sailor collar, all wool,
ffnnrl. tl.r.0 tnrS.
Mioses' Jackits, 12 to 18 years, in
gray and tan, plain and Watteau back,
2.75 to $3.50.
In cape jackets and butterfly cape
Jackets we are receiving new improve
Misses' and ladles' capes, Harvard
brown, light and medium tans in every
AnnralvnltlA deslim. nlaln. butterllvaud
embroidered, two, three and live top
capes, with ribbon bows front and back.
Ladies' black; capes, $3.60 to til.
The qualifies and styles are superior.
For chenille and lace curtains and
their attachments see our assortment
M. F. Morrisey
NOTICE Tfl CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for the erection ofthepro
asd new Oar bo Counlv Court House will be
received at the oRlce of the Board of Commis
sioners of Carbon County, Pa., up to Monday.
April 24th, 1B3, at ft o'clock r, M. riansaud
specifications can be seen at the since of the
ifoiinty Commissioners, Itoora No. 18, LeUljU
auey ituliuiUK, juhuiii unuim, ru.
omeno Thiirsdav. Flldav. Aonl 13111 and Utb
lSiOIyr the purpose otplvrtiff any explanation
required, to all contractors who propose to entei
a bid for the work, and to give any Information
to tne plans and specifications lor
aii rinitr&ctnri and builders who mav oresent
bids for the said work must also accompany the
iild bid with a bend, In the amount oi nve thou
sand dollilrs l$5,ot0). with good and suQlctent
security .or a cei titled check for the same amount
ior III B jailUIUl periuiinn.iit.tj uirwu auuaiivi
the terms named la the plain and i pec I Oca Hons
for said building otherwise such bids will not
be considered. ...
All bids, bonds and certified checks must be
flleil with ii.n(!nnim1.lnnrs'Uler!t. In the office
of the County Commissioners, not later than
Monday, April 2 ltd, 1BK3, at 5 o'clock P. M. .
i ue i -omiimsionen reserve me nni, iu trjw
any aud all bids.
it is iiuther stipnmtea mat ine ma oi anj
person, wuo uoes not comp.
Dlv with each and ail
of the terms named In this notice, will not be
Br order of the Hoard of Commissioners,
aprll 8-w3 P. I.AWUIt. Clerk.
To close out some of our stock before
moyliiK into the bulldinR opposite
the Opera House, we will have a big
publlo auction ou
Friday and Satnrflay, 14 & 15,
AFTERNOON AND EEN1NQ.
Our stock of goods cosists of Notions,
Faucj Goods, Btattouary aud man)
Oberl'f) IUook, Ielilghton.
M. J. Kartzell,
DKAI.Klt IN ALL KINDS OF
Whips, Fly Netts, Robes
And everything else usually kept in a
llrst class store of this kind.
Of all kinds attended to neatly, cheap
ly and promptly. Special attention
paid to the manufacture of Harness
STORE IN LtUCKEL'S BLOCK.
NORTH I'lltST STHRltr,
where also eau be found a
line Line of Fine Groceries,
I'rults, Candles, Oreon Vege
table, in M-asou, Ac, at the very
Lowest Prices. Prompt atten
tion ud good goods.
(pjfOAU. AND SF.K US.
Celery and Cotruuo.llrotulde.
We have It fresh.
Oood for Headache, Sick Stomach
Uy the doee or you osn take It
borne: 'J6o uOo and IUO bottles with
bandy dose eup.
We bsve other remedies for head
ache too. There is more than one
kind ot headaehe and bow tome do
Sunday School Diblea and other
Moral and Religious Books.
Opera House Block,
Baby Coaches .! !
First street, Lehigh ton.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
a larokr suarLtrs,
A LARUKB ARHI7AL
A I. A BOSS AMOOMT or
ASSDRARCB IN rOBCB
TH AH AN V OTHta OOK
PAKT IK TUB WOULD.
A91UKAXCE IN rOltCK JANUAUY 1, 1SU3,
2,376 Death Claims Paid
For Rates and further information address,
W. P. LONG, Spacial Apt LebinlitoD, Penn'a.
Wc have a Very Largo Assortment of
TRIMMED h UNTRIMMED H ATS. & BONNETS
Ws have only first-class milliners and we do the very best work and deliver
goods whon promised. Don't forget to come aud see us before you buy,
Miss Alvcma Graver,
LEHIGHTON'S POPULAR MILLINER
If You are Wise You Will Buy
AND ALL VEHICLES TltOM
WiPMt Alien, WeSssporS,
Two car toads of now vehicles just received. Our Prices on
all goods rre the lowest. JJon't buy until you see m.
STUBKK'H 8IIAV1NU 8AU)ON, ovlxtU, th.
ADTOtiATa OrnuK, I. tMuuuarura fur
bamw.baiiiula l Muunalaa:. rartifu
Ur atWaUou aaU to raulu UdhM banal, and
We uO M Jel Frioting
Our Spring l.ino of Clothing is now
complete mid comprising the Latest
Our efforts to soli the best Clothing for
the Lowest Prices are becoming appreciated
nnd we show you the lnrgert stock to se
Ml Buy Until Yon See What We Have.
We liaro 'em
in all the
Come, See and be Convinced,
Our usual Handsome
Line of Furniture at the
in 1801, $8,040,182,72.
All tho New and Pretty
Fancies in NE IT
('mi be found in great arraj
ut i nr-stores in
Weissport and Lehighton.
Wp wr'ninly i.ovor laid sucli
a Big Assortment beforo.
Bo suro to Come and
GO TO FH8. ItODEIIKH, uu4h tb. Ei.haage
IIU.I, Oauk ami. tut a auU .Uav. m.
baliiouaule balr cut. UT OkaMl Ml SwUr.
HoMl.r'. Il.lr Inale. UM ViutnB v. unt
el prlc, auO . an tk only pUi la tax.
wtwr. ran ua bar fanw'i Cnw ltr IbtUm.
JAWrUR, UM twrlwt, evfm Urn l)am
UUaUiartt4ku.alvi mw m wavs.
ni nn ami liti Tulwt AiIMm tor !
at Uml Passive Prices.
New Bee Hive,
1893 SPRING 1893
W.areraatlv fnr th. Snrln. R.aann In
All open and watting your Inspection.
Shades and stjlei to charming that you
can't help to admire them. We have them
In greater varl.tr than von ever laid eyes
on outild. of Philadelphia and Mew York.
Ai to prices thev are rlbt thev're at the
bottom round. Writs for sample, and
compare them wlth'other gooJi. Rsroem
ber the place we refer te li
Corner 8th arid Hamilton Sts.
No store in Carbon county,
eaters moro carefully to the
varied tastes of the people than
we do. This fact is particularly
exemplified in our grand Easter
Display to which we earnestly
invite the attention of all our
people. Whether you buy or
not, ib will be a pleasure for us
to show our goods and give the
WE WILL HAVE
and Soda Water
The First this Season,
B. K. Culton.
From Cbf.p Blanks to Fin. Gilt and
Tressed Papers. Alao, Felts and lnxsalns.
wun iianaiome fteizei.
PICTURE ROL AND COVE.
ready to bang, or put up to order.
Paint, Oil, Varnish,
Olaia, Umbos. Painting anil Taper
Hanging, by rompetlt.nl unrkmen in
part of the county
Hooks, Stationery and Fnry
Goods, always a large stock a
61 Broadway, Mauch Chunk.
For a Thorough Training It.
BUSINESS or SHORTHAND,
AMERICAN BUSINESS Mint,
Centre Sq,iube, Allentown, Pa.
The moat Thorough, Rest KfgulatMl, ami
Finest Kqulpptd Uoiuui?rcUI Trwuluy Hcbuol
IU I CIIUS) ITRMItL.
IX uhjaui wan S
T!i n-ht CowrrrMT
Host Pratt led Counw ut Huiifst .Eates.
lItt-l-0 300 tllid M HtUtlvliU KhtlUlillV.
Stiklf tilt ajutUttHt to wttiiK Mjnttluus. Hod
O O DORNEy, Prin
Xar-Pligute menelon thu uier. e-XT-fint
The South Knd Jeweler.
DO YOU WANT
Watches, Rearf I'ins, blocks,
Watch Cliuiiis. Necklaces,
Gold Pencils, Kar Kings,
Itings, Bracelets, iilverwnre,
Swiiely Kmblems, ll'atch
You ran buy them aud wanv more al our
l'owilar.-Store on I ankway.
In all In brauenrs r.rflullv attended to al
THE SOUTH XK'D JBWI.Efi,
Hank way, Lehighton.
Now is Your Time!
Building Lots For Sale!
Don't wait, but come at once
and buy one of these beautifully
located iU, You will be sur
prised at the vi'w tlipy afford
and the price will lie sure to
pleuati you. No trouble to show
you around. Call on either
A. R SNYDEK,
Of R J. UONUBN,
Ask M. C. Henry and Martlu Dubb.
of East Mauch Chunk, who Baved them
a clean cold 1160 dollars cash on a
Piano. Ask Mr. Chas. Armbruster, of
tho same place, who saved him $U, on
a Piano Organ. Oh I I am getting
there with both feet, ye high war price
agents, come down to honest prices
Phillips has not seen fit to accept my
proposition yet, namely: One Hundred
Dollars for every new orgrn he sold
that he did not make 120, If he gives
me ten dollars for every one I will
show he made from fJO to too dollars
Ho claims to be satisfied wltb fo profit.
that sounds nice, but why don't be
carry out what bo advocates. I am
also headquarters for Sewing Machines
t sell the White Cottnge at tt!5 00
White & Domestic at 30 00
Wheeler 4 Wilson at 30 00
Davis and Standard at 30 00
A Handsome High Arm iu 1
uraw uaK at 20 00
Bed Springs Just half what you pay
Nearly Six Thousand Washing Jfa
chines sold during 1892, they go Round
or Square $3. Come and see me beforo
purchasing aud I will save you money.
C& We will Sell anything nnd every
thing that wo carry oa Small Monthly
A DOLLAR SAVED
If you have a house to
Furnish you can save more
than One Dollar by buying
your Carpets from us. We
have the largest and best
lighted Carpet Store In the
Lehigh Valley. Call and
see, and you will be con
vinced of the fact.
801 HAMILTON STREET,
Apr l- sin
Corucr Second and Iron Htrettt,
Tl'e have severed our connec
tion with Mr. O. F. Acker, and
will hereafter do all kinds of
house pair ting, decorating and
paper hanging ourselt. We will
make prices on all work in our
line as low as possible, while nt
the same time we will do only
the best kind of work, Vp will
he pleased to figure en any
work that jou may need and wr
also hope for n fair share ofyour
patronage. TVe will continue
on our headquarters (or wall
and Supplies, all kinds of
Stationeiy c , and will kindly
solict your patronage.
Ulna.'. Old SUud.
Hre handle all ilio Daily and
Weekly Newspapers, f'erudi
calsIagozines'ashinnnooks and iStury Papers, and we
Deliver them promptly ntonr
store, residence or nflice. Do
you gt t a pap1 r 1 If not plcne
try us. Hesides the nes bur' au
we have a fine assuitmeiit il
Cigars. Tofcscco. GcGftclioi:ciy.
Fulls. Kilts. Toys and Fancy boois
At the very Lowest Cash Prices. By
fair and houetit methods and a rinse
attention to business we hope to
merit your patronage, so we kindly
ask for a trial. Please call.
T. J. IjRETNBY,
Illose'sOld Stand, - First Street
Indlgoatlon, Dlsoaaeo of
tho Kldneys.TorpId Llvor
8ick Hoadaoho, Loss of
aHH.tA lanntllnn HT v. n
tlona and 6kln Diseases, y
riiu 2J. MtMU, tuikrtuinauii B
lit IT JU11U1 . LMI. frM. IwttafU. It T.
Bold by W. F Blery
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