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VOL XXI. No. 52
Lohighton, Carbon County, Forma, November 18 L893
$1.00 a Year in Ad vane
THE ADVOCATE PRINTS THE LOCAL NEWS AND IS THE LARGEST ONE DOLLAR PAPER IN CARBON COUNTY.V.
OBttim AL CHEtPCASH STORE
Look at our list of
Dried Fruits ana
Learn our Prices and compare
them with any other house .
in the county.
Raisins, Currants, Prunes,
Teaches, Apples, Apncots.Uran
Canned Peanhcs.Plums, Pine.
apples. Apricots and Pumpkins.
Canned Tomatoes. Corn,
Green Peas, Lima Bcans.String
Lima Beans, Shaker Corn,
Grpen Pens, Marrow Beans,
Split Peas, Lentils, Sago, Tapi
oca, Rice, Cornstarch, Farina,
Wince Meat, the hest only, N.
O. Molasses, the finest.
You will save money on any
on the above goods, as we are
positively lower on the same
qunlityt'oods than any of our
Your to serve,
J. T. NUSBATJM,
Flut Street, between South and Plum strec i
THE Iff TARIFF BILL
A Report That It Provides for Rad
X.OUAI. MATTKUS OF MOltK OK I.KS1
HEAVY OUTS IN GLASS AND ETON.
A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED
Friday, Not. 10.
Ml Annte Plxley, the welt known
American nctres, tiled In London, ned M.
The sultan of -Morocco pledge full rep
aration to Spain for the Meltlla outmgea.
Coal In portions or Kngland selling at
$15 per town, and threaten to increase in
Weeks, the New York embezzler, haa
begun hit term of ten years in Sing Sing
Professor Herman August ling on, ol
Harvard college, one of the greatest .cten
tUta in the world, died yesterday.
An explosion of eleven gas motors la
Chicago caused the destruction of the
.North Side railway barns, with forty street
ears. Loss $100,000.
Saturday, Not. 11
The total gate receipts at the 'Worlds,
fair were $10,576,208.
Supervising Special Agent O. K, Tingle
has handed his resignation to Secretary
Hostilities were renewed yesterday be
tween the Spanish fore us and the Moors
Hockefeller, the oil king, has presented
another sooo.ooj to tue untcago univer
sity, maktn? hh total gift to that insti
JState Treasurer Morrison, of Pennsylva
nia, received a check for ttft&O for the pay
ment of mercantile tax, with the request
that It be placed in the conscience land.
Monday, Nov. 13.
Nine Chinamen were deported from San
Francisco for violating the exolusion act.
Yale defeated: the University of Penn
sylvania at football at New York on Sat
urday by 14 to 6.
Mrs. Piatt, wire of the senator oi uon-
Tlie Tax on Whisky and Other imtlllery
rrodncti 1-tkely to be largely Inrroaisd.
Th Income Tax rropo.lt Ion Meeting
with Increased Favor.
Washington, Nov. IS. In spite of all
the talk that is being Indulged In by some
of the Democrats of the house about n
conservative and moderate tariff bill, tho
measure, which is now almost completed
is radical, some of the cuts In duties being
extremely heavy, l he average perccntago
of reduction which will be shown by the
bill will not be Indicative of the cut
made, for the reason that a great many
things on which there are more or less
heavy dutieu now will be put on the free
list, and will Hot figure in the estimate of
It will be some time yet before the foil
bill Is given out, but ponie of the feature
of it have become known from time to
time. There are a number of other Items
on the free list besides Wool, coal, Iron ore,
lis tin, lumber, salt and silver lead ore.
orae of the heaviest cuts made where
items are not on tho free list are In tho
glass and iron schedules, and the textiles
not In the cotton schedule. The shoe anq
leather and eotton schedules are cut very
In flax and woolen textiles, wearing ap
parel and blankets, and carpets and the
like, the cut fs very heavy. The duties on
glass throughout the schedule are cut
auout in tue mmaie, oieei raus are re
duced to 25 per cent, ad valorem. There
will probably be nothing In the iron
schedule running above SO per cent., an4
the averaze will probably fall below 25.
The ad valorem system fs adopted almost
entirely in the mil
The question oi sugar has not yet heen
settled, and there Is a strong disposition In
response to the needs of the treasury to
put a small duty on that article. Thren
or four members of the committee are
earnestly opposed to any tax, and others
are in doubt, so that question is unsettled,
The tobacco, beer and whisky schedules
are also expected to be considered in full
committee and there row appears little
doubt there will be a material Increase In
the tax on whisky and otherdistllleryout
puts. The proposition for an Increase of
B5 cents a gallon on whisky Is now being
informally dlbcussfxl and some member
of the committee even mention an increase
as high as 60 cents a gallon.
The full Democratic membership of the
ways and means committee met tutu
morning in general conference, and H it
expected the meeting will have the effect
of clearing up the uncertainty that has
existed for some time with reference to
aeveral of the important schedules of the
new tariff bill. The members or thecom-
mlttee who have been favoring the pro
vision for an income tax feel confident
t hat the result of the series of conferences
Just begun will prove that the majority of
tno committee iavors sucu a pian,
A Family Starving
Cleveland, Nov. 16. The family of
Gottfried Wolf, living on Preble street, is
sufferlnir from starvation. They bad
eaten nothing for fou days when dis
covered yesterday. Ihe members oi tne
family, five of whom are children, are iu a
terrible condition because of the lack of
croDer nourishment. Their bodies have
broken out in sores and their Bufferings
have been awful, A nursing babe is one
of the worst sufferers. o) f has been un
able to secure employment for a long
time. The family is now being provided
XIpppenholmer Will K?fui to Vacate,
Trenton, Nov. 16. General W. 8. Hep-
penheuner, state comptroller, announces
that he will not give up his office to the
-t. .... ..,.,, u Ai.itnn i lD8l ne win uut K' up uis oiukb iu tut
nectlcut died of pnra . ysls at the Arllug Jnftn elected by the Itepubllcan joint meet
Mrs. Iloosevelt, the wile of tho secretary
of the American embassy at London, died
at Ascot yesterday afternoon.
The government of Honduras has npolo
gixed to our government for the act of its
warships In Ilrllitf ou the American flag.
The will of the late Carter Harrison
shows that he was north a trifle over
11,000,000. There are several charitable
The World's Mns.uiu building, at Fort
Wayne, Ind., was totally destroyed by
fire, causing a loss of eiOO.OOO. The Are
spread to the Aldlne House, causing the
mansard roof to fall In, and to The Oa
Tuesday, Nov 14.
Sir Francis Clsre has been oouflriued as
British ambassador at Home.
The Columbian congress of the Salva
lion Ann; Is In session at New York.
Ex'Premler Mercler, of Canada, comes
sat boldly for Canadian Indepeadence.
Fire last night In Memphis caused tM,
060 damage and perhaps some loss of life.
John Johnson, the colored murderer of
wo fellow convicts, was electrocuted at
Abarn (N. Y.) prison today.
An Italian anarchist named Antonio Rt
aldl, arrested In Fninco, Is believed to be
tae Barcelona bomb thrower.
Wednesday, Nov. IS.
There was a heavy snow storm In Mtcht
Theodore Wachtel, the well known Oer-
aaan tenor singer, dlod In Jieriin,
The female whltecaps of Osceola, Neb.,
were let off with a fine of K and cost each.
The schools of Mahoning, Pa., have been
alosed on acuount of a diphtheria ept
M. Parier has been elected president of
the French chamber of deputies by a vote
ef 291 to 191, defeating M. urisson.
Senator Teller was given a public recep
tion tn Denver last night, and 90,000 peo
ple struggled to shake him by the band,
Thursday, Nov. 16.
The Connecticut state building at the
World's fair has been sold lor tSMJUU.
A snow storm yesterday left Ave Inches
of snow In the mountains oi renntyivnnu
M. Francois Julea. Hvnolllte Chambre-
ei, the French engineer and member of
the Institute, aiea in x-aris.
The twentr-seventh annual session of
the national 1'atrons of Husbandry is in
session at Byrscnse, N Y.
The Brazilian eolony In Farts last night
celebrated the anniversary of the estab
lishment of the republic by a banquet.
Fire destroyed the big flour mill of the
George Tlleston company, at ergus raus,
Minn., with W.O00 bushels of wheat. Idas,
President Cleveland returned to Wash,
Ins-ton from a brief visit to New York this
morning, where ho had been on "strictly
ing, because, under the decision of Justice
Depue, the last legislature Is not a Jegal
body, the court having decided that the
assemblr must be elected by counties. He
dors this, he says, not to obstruct the Re
publicans, but to get tho matter tested in
tne court oi last resort.
Mrs. Maybrlck Dying.
St, Louis, Nov. 14, Kev. John Ingra-
ham. of this city, rector of Urace church,
has received a letter from Daroness Cara
line von lloque in which she stated that
e has learned that her daughter, -Mrs.
'lorence Muybrlck, is dying iu Woking
orison. Ensland, the baroness speait:
hoDefullv or securing ner daughters lib
erty. The baroness expects to bring her
America ou ner release.
Powder 31111 lleuiollslieil by an Explosion.
Pottsville. Pa., Nov. 16. While re-
ailing a wheel iu one of the Crescent
'owdercomnanv's mills.three miles south
of here. George lrvin accidentally struck
grain of powder with the lead hammer
be was using. The building was demol
ished by the explosion that followed.
lrvin was .blown several nunureu xeet
away, and will hardly recover from his
The Vote of Kansas.
ToPKK. Kan.. Nov. 15. Full election
returns In Kansas show that the Republi
cans made decided gains over 1891. Of tho
630 officers elected the Republicans got
.Si, a gain of ao over levi; tne i-opuusts
got lol, a lass of 15; the Democrats got 34,
loss of 31. and there were v ties, ine
Republicans had a clear majority of about
Trench Ambassador to Austria.
PiEii, Nov. IS M. Imt, formsrly pre
fect of police, has been gatetted French
ambassador at ienna.
WALP'S EAGLE STOIffi.
We call the attention of the people to
our new and complete winter stock
of Dry Goods. It embraces all
that is new In winter effeota ami
will surely please the ladles. Our
reputation for low prises and the
best goods nil) be maintained.
V have our usual splendid assort
ment of Notions, Glasa and Crook
err Ware, Boots & Shoes and
Groceries. We sollolt your patron
age and guarantee meetlag with
yonr approva)- We dellier goods
free of shsrge.
Jersey's lllg Republican I'lurallty,
Trbktok. Nov. 15. The Republican
plurality on election day, as compiled
from the reports of the county boards of
canvassers, shows 32.0. the largest ever
known in the political history of the
state. Last year the Democratio assem
bly plurality was 1,196. Cleveland re
celved U,vu and uovernor vverts
Asaln the Lone Highwayman.
Ukuh. O. T., Nov. 1ft. The overland
staae was robbMl at 1 o clock In the morn
ing, five tulles west of Uklah, by a lone
hlghwayiuau. The amount or treasure
aboard la Impossible to ascertain. The
passengers were unmolested.
A nalaklasa Hero In Distress.
New Obleans. Nov. 16. Sergeant John
Levlck. one of the three survivors of the
famous (too who wade the charge at Bala-
klava, Is In the olty In 6 destitute oondi
tion and is dying of consumption.
To Withdraw the Austrian Franchise BUU
Lonixii. Nov. Itt. A diwatob to The
Chronicle Irani Vienna says: "Prince
Wlndiscb-Draets. the new or me minuter,
will nithdrav the franchise bill at the
nrst slttlug of the reicherath."
Otfifiul s. .t. ur iVniiNyirania.
Harrism m ,,,v lei. Toe official re
turns of the lute f Im i ion in Pennsylvania
have all been reoetsed, and show that
Jackson, Republican, has defeated Os-
burn, Democrat, for state treasurer, by
196.1M. while the plurality for Fell, for
supreme judge, is ISS.asl.
What Has Orcured tn this Cltv llnrlng the
Week l'ertlnently Kithomli.d by Our
John llauk is bulldlna a largo ice
Jacob Drelbelblos is on tha slclt
"Jack" Haeonbach. of Dankway, is
over a light attack of typhoid fevor.
Thos. Bell, the llvervmau. has ad
ded a Duo now horse to bis livery
Hnrrv Schaffer and familr. of
Kaston. have tukoti up a residence in
The place for doll coaches, express
wagons mid burrows is I.uckeubaohV,
Westen Fritph. of the third ward.
is out after a serious illness with
JJiss Mary Christey. of Second st.
s recovering fiom n serious illness
with typhoid fever.
Already they aro killing two to
three carloads of pigs at Obert'a pork
Communion services will be ob
served iu Ebenezer Evangelical church
on next Suuday morning.
Stephen Bouser. of Bankwav. will
take possesslou of Qilbort's Hotel at
Millport ou January 1st, 189.
Lewis Dreibelbles has moved from
the Second ward into one or Diiuiei
Olewine's frame dwellings on the liiK
Frank HulTelflncer on Thitrsdav
took possession of his pretty new honie
ou the Packerton road.
Fred Schmidt, of Parryville. will
moye to this town.
Dickenson & Kodona. civil
engineers, this week made a survey ot
the Itex estate ou second and ilriilan
htreetsforE. W. Houehen.
Contractor Ed II. Chrlstman lnf,t
week purchased a horse and complete
outllt from a Mr. Deemer, of Mauch
Mrs. Charles Raddltz. of Carbon
street, is canvassiug for the sale of
the "Peerless Speaker" au excellent
nttio uook lor S1.0U.
Mrs. Susan Monahon has moved
from Second stieetiu the secotiu ward
to Dr. F.I. Smith's dwelling on Bauk
way in the first ward.
Miss Katie Farren cnlnhrated her
fifteenth birthday aunlversriy at tho
home of her pareuts on Third street
last Saturday evening.
Mrs. Alfred Krum who ha been
quite ill lor some weeks with an attack
of typhoid fever, we aro pleused to
state, is able to be out again,
Elmer Reod and Miss Annln Rand
enbush. of town, will be married on
ltmnnsgiving day. in advance we
tender the warmest congratulations,
The report In circulation tn thn
effect that Doug Miller is looking for a
position in tue U.S. Mint at Phi ni el.
phia is absolutely denied by Mr. Will-
Mrs. Daniel Flook. nt TCaw Mn.
honing, mother to Mrs. Iewls Fritz
and Mrs. Frank Acker, of this town,
is very seriously in at ner liome lu
Oweu Rokrig is imnrnvlni? and re
novating his double framo dwelling
house ou Second street. When com
pleted it will be occupied by his son
The Btore of E. F. Tji.p.knhanh is
at present devoted almost exclusively
to the display of holiday goods He
uasun immense stock at remarkably
TT T. n
removed from the American House,
Mui luviiDt biruot,imo xuomas uuuu.
log, is doiui: a business that, nlm
every sign or continued neveiopement.
-ihesale of the Mehrkamnronortv
ou south First street to O. J. Saeger,
... vvhs cousummateu ou last
Wednesday, i'ossesslnn will hn trWnu
April 1st, 1891. The figure was C000.
There will be n prnnrl ahnnttnirnnn
test and Wheel barrow match for a lot
of turkeys at the Mansion House,
iiiesgeviue ou rnaay. ANOvemuer 114.
Al sportsmen and lovers of fun should
not fall to be present.
Kev. Diclknson, of East Mauch
Chunk, filled the pulpit iu the M. E.
church on Sunday moraine and in tho
evening John V. Heller, of Weissport
ajiy uiscunrstwi. 4.110 pastor, itev, u,
ir. uungan ueingbtui too seriously in
uisposeu to ouiciate.
William l'tttzlnger. who carrios
Uncle Sam's mail bags and who is also
au assistant U. S. express agent was
united in tho holy bonds ot wedlock to
Miss (Jlara Swartwood, of Coal atieet,
last, oaturuay eveuing. ineir irienos
wish for them a prosperous voyajfe"
The ordinance just passed by
council requiring the numbering of all
uusiuess places aim nrlvate residences
is toon, ine uinnox advocate trig
gesteu tuis a year ugo. rue ordinance
published iu another column is worth
reading or complete Information on
tue suuieot. we hope the nrovlsions
of the same will be promptly compiled
During last week a Dartv from
Phlladephia chaperoned bv Fred
Schmidt, of Parryvillo. visited the
grave of Miss Volmer, of the former
piace in mo emgutou cemetery and
decked it profusely with beautiful
A Hnnp Shot Camera Catches Those Who
Come and flo Among Their Friends la
. .Peter Yeck, a solid Bowmantown
Democrat was in town Tuesday.
. .Rev. A. M. Mehrkam, ot Columbia,
was iu town for a few days this week.
. . Mrs. Thos Btocker is vislttug rela
tives at White Haven, this week.
. .Mrs. Frank Gerber, of Audenried,
Is a visitor among friends in town.
. Mrs. II. V. Morthimer, Jr.,of Bank,
way, is visiting her parents at Beth,
..August and Jack Walters spent
last Sunday "up the Valley" with ac
quaintances. . .James Wert aud family, of Fourth
street Sundayed with relatives at
,.Beuj. Losos, of Crystal Palace
Clothing Hall, did business at Tamn
qun ou Monday.
P. F. and Miss Annie Clark weie
guests 0, their mother at Nesquehou-
ug oyer Dunuay.
..Doug Crai'and Will Kreldlor. of
audi Chunk. -Dent a few hours in
town on Monday eveniug.
.Frank CaraDbell. of Rankwnv. was
tho guest of .a young friend at Siat
lugto ou lait baturday evening.
Kugone Humes aud wifn. of First
street, were the gusts of the latters
father at Kresgevllle oyer Suuday.
Jathan Rolnsnilth. of New Mahon-
ug, was lu town on Wednesday aud
shaok hands with many old frlens.
..Ed liranntx.and wife, of l'hlladel.
plita, were in town over Suuday guests
at thn home of tho hitter's parents.
..Miss Elln Sourwine. of Slatlngtoii.
spent a few days this week very plea
santly witn suss ueua uiugKameror on
E. II. Snyder, one of Lehlghton's
most substantial citizen's was at New
ork on Monday making purohases of
ew winter goods.
..Frank Campbell. Beul. Ioson
eorge Knasss and Ralph Morthimei.
four of Lehuhtou's noupular ouug
men speut Sunday at Mauch Chuuk.
Miss Rosa iSesr.one of White. Haven's
0 ng lad ; 'otuined Lome lasts tu
lay ollowiuu a very nleanut visit hem
at the home of Miss Ella Fink on
P. .fc R. Detective A. R. Lamberson.
f Tremont. Schuylkill oountv. was In
town for a few hours ou Monday a
visitor to Rev O. W. Dungan, at the
31. ij. parsotiugo.
W. P. Loni?. of town, was on a trln
through Mourne connly this wcok iu
the interest of the iusuranpe busiuess.
no wasaccoinriimeu uy Charley ueiger
who drove H . i. Ash's spirted span of
. . Fred Ilorlacher entertaind in his
usual excellent maunur a larce Dartv
of Philadelphians at the Valley House
ou last Friday. Amoug the number
were uuarles W alters and wlto, Charles
Walters, ,lr aud wife,'Mrs. John Lud
wig, Miss Fnrulo Rolf, Mr. Rachel
uueuieim, ,j. 1;. x-eters 1'aui ucx-ers,
J. C. Octcrs, Jas. Harrison. W. F. John-
son, A. Wolfe, Dr. Bachman. The
party visited the works of the Carbon
Co., Improvement Co., and in tho even
ing weut to Sla.iugton were they were
entertained at the palatial residence of
flowers. This eloquent trlbutepf love
suu niiwuuu was iu memory o
Philadelphia's Collector Tt.mov.d
Washikotok. Nov. UL The president
removed from office Thomas V. Cooper,
eolteetor of customs for the port of Phtla-
deeu. Mr. John it. Head, ormerly
United States dlstrtot attorney at Phila
delphia, Is to succeed Mr. Cooper.
The U.rl lUudlt CeurMesJ,
Kakomo. Ind., Nov. I Miss Viola Dett
rieh, 90 years old. who lat September led
a band of young outlaw, that io the night
these waylaid six prominent dtlsens, was
ooasieteat and seut to the feale prteoa
for oa year
Ab Airship fur Brasll.
IEwouo. X J .Nov IS. UU reported
Were that l)r Arthur De Bausselt, tha In-
see tor of tit. famous De Bau-ett atrsbtfi,
tyUi LOiiilneiice al our the ton.! ruction of
ass aerial Ikmi lurLhe llraxiliaii aulburlttea,
many virtues aud lier birthday anniver
Lehigh Fire Co.. No. 1. of this
place, have appointed a committee ou
the collection of funds. The boys
should meet with due encouragement
10 me euu mat tne nre company may
be plaoed iu the position to ttoht tire
at any time their services may be
needed, Council have supplied the
hose carriage, hose aud hose house but
other things are necessary aud our
people suouia see mat tney get them.
Ou November an we shall Drint
coupon entitling all who reoelvethe
issue of that date to a superb work of
art, just published, entitled "An
American Beauty," a splendidly perfect
reproduction in oils of new floral paint
ing, 20 lnohea high, suitable for narrow
upright spaces, by the artist of the
famous " Yard of Roses and " Yard
01 i-HUHiea. we nave made arrange-
nienU that will enable us to nrssutnt
1 his exquisite picture to all our readers.
irre, ami an coma avail themselves
of our generous oiler.
Rev. Ulthw, uf PHrryvllle, will fill
the pulpit tu the M. E. church an next
Sunday morning. In the evening Mr.
Johu W. Holler, of Franklin will ofiiei
oiate. On the Sunday following Itev,
S .T luithn nf ILIu..l. SI,..I. ...Ill
... - . rw.. , ... ... ,.uv.i i.iuun. win
preside. There will also be religious
services In the evening. Rev. O. W.
uungan, tue regular pt tor of the con
gregation ia enjoying a brief vacation
iu iue nope to recuperate tost nealtu.
He will snand a few waeka In Phlladel
phia, Mauy trieurU hope to free blm
rsuuru rsauirea to former naaitn
WEISSPORT AND AROUND
SI'ICT IIAlTKnINUS llltlRFI.Y Kl'lTII
THOMAS II. IIALLIKT.
The Well Known Educator and Lectnrer
at liutland, Va.
Prof. Thomas M.Balllet. suDerlnten.
dent of the schools of Snrlngfleld,Mass.
at a very large and distinguished gath
ering of teanheis at Rutland, Va.,spoke
aoiy on me "X'sycuoiogy or manui
Training. "and from his lecture we print
"I have been sneaking of the brain
only. Tho spinal cord also must be
considered in education. Some writ
ers have supposed that the spinal cord
was endowed with a dim sort of cou
sclousuess, too, and thev have SDoknu
of the "soul of the spinal cord." This
is more than doubtful, but it is certain
that the cord oauuot be ignored iu
studying educational problems. The
spiuni cord is made up or sensory aud
motor cell in tho center aud of con
ducting libers In tho outer portions,
.uuny impressions maue on tue senses
go no farther than the cells iu the
spiualcord. Tl-ey never reach the
uralu. lou tickle the foot of a good
natured friend hen ho is asleep. He
draws back the foot without waking up
aud without beiug couscious either ot
the tiokliug or the movement. The
impression was carried from the skin
along tho sensory nerves to the sensory
cells lu the cord. From there the
nerve energy tinveled to the motor
nerve, tithe lutisclex, causing tbem
t contract. It never readied the bruin,
such au act Is cslled a reflex act. The
spinal cord Is the quire ot reflex action.
liany acts at llrst require conscious
action of the brain, but later become
habitual and uneonsclous. Such acts
are relegatetl by the brain to tho spiuni
ooru. in mis way me urain is relieved
of much work. At first a child uses
his brain lu walaing, later he can walk
from habit and walks with his sniual
cord. At first we spell with nalnful
consciousness, later we spell the fa
miliar worn, or our vocabulary with
nine or no oousciousness. children
ought to be trained to write and soell
with the spinal oord and tn nan all
their brain power thinking the thought
t'J be expressed. We do many things
wit 11 tne spinal cord to relieve the
brnln. We walk with the spinal cord,
we write aud pell with the oord, e
kuitaud gossip with the spinal oord;
we may slug and pray, not with our
heaits. nor with our brains, but with
the upper part, of our spinal oord. This
is, no doubt, th physiological baaisof
the wrong wirt of ritualism. We tip
our bats to en !i other, or lift them to
the ladies, nut with our braine, if we
are well bred, but with our spinal oord ;
aud we shake hands with our spinal
ooru, uence we speak or a oonlial wel
The Ilolng. of the Week lDterleade.1 Willi
George Buck, of Frauklln, con
tinues quite ill.
Wo regret to uote tho Illness of
Mrs. John Gruber.
Joseph Seaboldt continues quite
ill with rheumatism.
Mrs. Sarah MoDauiel, of Lausford,
19 visiiiug menus nero.
Miss Llllie Kresge is still oonllued
to me uouse tnrougu llluww.
Levi Harleman and R. J. Hongen
vreieut luiiiport. on xuonuay.
Ed Shifferstoin, of Tamnqun, was
uere uu iuuuuay lor a tew uours.
Henry Chrlstman and Joseph
Strohl, did business at Allentown on
Mrs. Chas. Lnury Is home from a
pleasaut visit to friend at Perth
John W. Beaver isselliug out the
r. j. westen general store goods iu
Prof. Ed Boyerwasdowu at Allen
town on Monday whero he did busl.
ness connected with bis phonograph.
Tho new Lutheran church is being
plasterd. It Is expected that the new
odlQco will be ready by Cluistmns
time for occupancy,
The Carbon County Improvement
Co., will erect n'number of framo
dwelling houses In this town betweeu
now and the first of April.
A fund is being collected to pay
the expenses of an eleotrio light at the
foototUnlou Hill. Reuben Zinimer
man is doing the collecting.
We congratulate Warren Horn and
Miss Emma German on their marriage.
The cermony was, performed by Rev.
Miller, of the Evangelical, ohurch.
Squiro Austin Boyer is back homo
from a two month's jaunt through tho
west. For some weeks he was located
at Chicago where he witnessed the
closing exercises of the great Worlds
Ground has been broken for the
foundation walls of J. S. Miller's uew
framo building near the Central rail
road. Tho structure will be framo and
will bo occupied by Mr. Miller as a
justice office and by Campbell's ton
There will be a meeting of tho
directors of the Franklin Building &
Lonu Association on Saturday eveniug
a week when final arangements will be
made for the acceptance of payments
Persons who desire to subscribe for
stock should do so at once.
"3 The attention of Sunday 6chool
festival commltiees is directed to tho
fact that O. J. Saeger is in a position
to supply them with all kinds of con
fectionary for Christmas time at the
very lowest rate. It will be a big
saving to Sunday schools to call on
him when about making tbeir purchases.
The grand opening of the St. Elmo
Hotel and Restaurant on Wednesday
eveuing was au immense success. Tho
proprietress Mrs. Lizzie Vieugst enter
tained her friends and patrons in royal
style. Alter an oyster supper the
rooms were cleared and dancing was
indulged in until the "weo snia' hours
anent the twal." Arion Cornet Band,
of Lehighton was preseut and ills
coursed most excellent muslo during
the evening. Guests were preseut from
Philadelphia, Allentown, Pottsville,
Tamaqua and other plaoes.
Our Boruugn Tatlters Meet ami Transitu
Tho regular monthly meeting of
town council was Held on last Friday
evening. All members were present
but President Gabel. .Tmenh Teaman
and V. S. Koch. M. O. Kuutz presided
temporarily. The minutes of the pre
vious meetings were read and approved.
An oidluauee requiring numbering
of business plncos and resldeuoes was
approved. The same appears In an
These bills were annroved ami
ordered paid: Watson & Davis, print
ing ordinances, W.00: F. P. Lentz,oaths
of oillce, 82.D0; Lehigh Coal & Hardware
Co., balance on bill, 98 cents.
The seen tary reported the following
receipts since last meeting: Board of
Health, $1.75; hawkers license, ")7.(X;
market collections. $11.37: ntmrturlr
A communication from Dr. O. W.
Snyder was read. The doctor makes a
proposition1 to opeuSeveuth street from
Alum soutnto his dwellings, to build a
forty foot culvert 3x3 feet, with
cobbled bottom, the walls to lie two
feet thick at bottom aud eighteen
inches at top und to- cover the same
with good flag stones. Tho price to be
tUIiO aud payment to be made ou April
1 luni X- .t
itwi. .uuouuu was intteil.
A communication from Tjhlirli
Lodge 2M, B. of It R. T., asking for
the use of the third story lu tho hose
house was road. The secretary was in
structed to uotify them that the room
question would not be finished for
Th Union Hill school, ably and ef
ficiently taught by Q. D. Arner is in a
prosperous condition, The pupils who
attonded regularly during the month
are: Edwin Arner, Ralph Drolsbach,
wuue rouwener, uouert and Allen
Green. Frank Hontz. Ellsworth and
Clinton Kotnermai, Asa smoter, Chas.
Walck, Jennie hollweilcr. Martha and
Carrie Graver, Stella (iaumer, Tillie
ltotu anu iieno itotnermai. Among
the visitors were Directors Zimmerman,
Leuckel and Zern; Principal Lee and
county aupt. ueisci,
The Vote for Tresldeut Judeje Completed
Philip B. Van ' amcon. of Strouds-
burg, and Frank O. KauiTman, of
Mauch Chunk, the regularly appointed
return judges for the Forty-third
Judicial district met at the Court
ilousoruesuay aternoon ana com
puted the votes oast at the recent elec
Hon for President Judge. The fig
uresarethe same as previously pub
llshed, to wit:
Allen Craig .182IS
Horace Hevdt 3-J73
John B. Storm 3181
. ... 1
Emmott D. Nichols.
Jacob H. Smith
John W. Koous
llauch Chunk rostOfore.
The salary of the Postmaster of
Mauch Chunk is 8UKJ0. and the office
will become vauant December JJ, by
reason ot the expiration of the term of
the Incumbent. Seven citizens are
willing to accept the position. The
candidates are Afrs. w. B. Leonard,
John c. uoion, J, U. bteadmau, I'i. It,
Ranch, G. IC Knbotiy, r'. P. Sharkey,
R. U. Kreider aud Q. W. Eseer. The
papers in this oase have not all been
briefed, but this, with thirty fire other
Presldeutal post ottloe oases must be
completed and laid before the Post
master General for transmission to
the President early iu December. It
wilt keep the clerks busy to hauttla all
A few ll.Nr.s.
Sat llown Upon.
Judge Storm, of tha Monro-Carbon
Courts, ana Juttgettrulth, of the La ska
weuua Court, stare defeated butt Tue
day for re election. .
Short Squibs tn and Arouad Care-un
Cunnlj illsliMl Up f.r Our Headers.
George Rex, of Mauch Chuak, has
been granted a pension.
Johu Holleubaeh, of Lansford, is
dead slnoe last Thursday. He was aged
80 years, lie bsu-yed as a soldier lu the
late war and in the fatal battle at
Snottsylvaula had bis right arm shot
oil. lie was a member ot Co. K. A P.
Frank Schwtrte's new stor building
at East Mauch Chunk Is 30 feet wide
and has a depth ot 110 feet, making a
noou suriaee 01 ztsju square leet on one
floor alone. Thu three floors give blm
8100 square feet.
urs. A. v. uenninger, otlierllnsvllle,
Lehigh county, vUitad Mrs A. K. Mill
er at the Columbian Ilouse during lost
Adam W. Stbare, of Mauch Chunk,
died un Monday at the age of SS years.
Interment was made ou Wednesday.
A oorrMDondent save: Waatherlv
has 3000 tteoule. seven ohunahaa arid
seven saloons. It don't mention the
erauks and foglsa or the number of
Both were appointed by th Gover
nor against tne proutst 01 tue bettc
ThelMd Court n.use 11.11.
The Teachers In our Schools
The forthcoming report ot the Super
IntendeLt ot Public instruction will
show that there were in the State at
the close of the flsoial year 3.878 nubli
school teachers who had no previous
experience; 6,100 teaoherm who had
previously taught five or more annual
terms; izjdio teaenets empioyeu noiu
ing provisional certificate; 3.722 teaob
ers employed holding professional ami
.1,803 teaouers holding permanent oertl-
ueates; J,mj teaoners were employed
who have graduated at a State normal
eohool; 3,862 who have atteuded a state
normal school but did not grnauate
8.979 teachers who war fa educated
the nublio schools: 4.191 who war
educated iu attest gis or seminaries,
.. .1 OfiJ n.V.n -a -eJnatu n9 AnlluM.
Look at Rondlwliu's Advertisement,
The great saorlfloe sale still con
tlnuee at Sondhelm's popular clothing
house. Mtuoii unutiK. mis is an
unheard of opportunity for person In
need of good clothing to buy at very
low prices. We call your attention to
advertiseoieut appearing eisewnere.
Harness, Hlaukeu, Ac.
Milton Fiorv. Vlsport. ha a large
aMortmeut ot an mnus 01 names
blanket, whins, roue. & . wuloh he
selling at very low prioesi. If you need
anything in tula line bay it Iwre and
you will save money, beoaue our prim
are tne vary hwsh iu u. vaiy.
Fashionable alothing for every
body at M. Loao Jt Co., Ohssrt lllook.
For Sale A No. i CresMut bloyele
good condition. Will be sold cheap.
See Frank Otwrt. st
An adjoined meetttur of council w.m
held at the office of Secretary Bower an
Wednesday evening, I. S. Koch and 3.
F. Moulthrop were absent. President
Uabel was in the chulr.
Mr. Steadman. of Mauch Chunk.
was before council with a profile of the
company farm which had been laid
out iuto streets streets, Ac He wanted
council to approve the same. This was
nnt .In.,.. Pl.tc ... I . -
"-j- .uuw. jL.im bumuiiLLvo was aii
pointed to investigate fulli aurl renort
at the next meeting; B.J. Kuntz. J. F
Moulthrop audi. S. Koch.
me crossing ovor iron street on tho
est side of Second is to be raised.
The Valley Company will be notified
to raise their pavement from tho Val
ley House to tho Lehigh bridge.
i' reu tsciimidt s pavement must be
A communication was received from
tho Carbon County Improvement Co.,
In relation to the street lights. Tho
burgess will ask to have a few lights
placed ou First etreet on tho bracket
i.izAitn cki:kic v.m.i kv.
It is rumored that a young cenllo-
lnan and ayouugladv uf Uowmanstowti
will be united in the holy bonds of
matrimony in the near future
Mr. Mouroo Sensitizer and wife, of
Lehigh couuty drove through the val
ley ou Saturday and Suuday.
Oulte n number of people attended
the publio sale of Mrs. Moses NRox at
Andreas on Saturday last.
Mr. William Knappenberger and
family moved to Xesqtiehouiug on
Tho dwelling house of our iudustr.
ous farmer Mr. James F, Peters is a',
most comfileted. Mr. Peter has got the
boss hoUBOiuthe Valley.
Mr. J. D. lialllet made a business
trip to Lehlghtou the other day. -
Our friend Alfred Qluder Is making
considerable improvements at his dwel
ling uouso. Air, josiau Andreas nxs
got the job to do tho carpenter work.
The East Penu school board met on
Saturday night and elected Charles A.
Giuderas school director to illl tho va
cancy caused by the resignation of
Donuty StatecouncilorE.S. Helntzel-
man Jr. O. U, A. M. whose term of
iilco expired at the last sessiou of the
State council was reappointed by State
Councilor William T. Kerr, as deputy
in aud for the 103 rd, district ooinpris
Ing councils Nos. 117, 110, & 032. Mr
llointzolman's reappointment was a"
surprise to him audooutrary to his will
ON THE RAILROAD
it 11 in r vtnritv nrt wkkicm 111-
1NQS ON TIIK ItAIt..
A squad of hunters from Bethlehem
consisting of live men were through
this section one day last week, they
met a peddler iu Henry German's
woods a shott distance below the house
f Lewis Oiuder they attacked, choked
and abused him and demanded his
moaey. The crle of the peddler were
heatd by Lewis Glnder who hurried to
the spot and assisted him to escape.
ine rascals should be arrested.
scntir.Aiti.Y, i)iiiMi ii;i) vitAin.
UlUce Thai Should be Kept Above
the Sordid Alms of Politicians,
The people of Monroe and Carbon
oouuties are to be congratulated 011
electing Allen Craig to the uenoh or
that judicial district. They decis
ively rebuked the great boss at iiurrls
burg, aud the minor bosses at Mauch
Chunk, who endeavored to foist upon
them a cunning trickster for the one
great office in the gift of the people
that should be kept pure, arid above
the sordid aim ot politicians.
uu jan.atst jonn u. storm win leave
the bench with less credit and honor
than when he ascended it a few short
mouths ago, and his place will be oc
cupied bvtbe scholarly and dignified
Alleu Craig, a worthy successor to the
Just and honorable Samuel S. Dreuer.
'ine journals interest in tola oon
tost was not only because it deslies
the beat tnau elected to the beucb, anri
hence, necessarily, the selection of Mr.
Craig, but because it felt that its con
stituency iu Carbon county was being
imposed upon and their ooiiildeoce
outraged uy tne political bosses. Ana
the result of the election shows tost
it reflected the sentiments ot its Carbon
county friends and readers. H'htte
J la veil Journal.
Minrt Paragraphs That Will b. of Interest
to the Itiillroiiil Hots.
t George Strohm. a Valley brakeman,
mi. uy me uopiay oridge last week, la
up aud around again-
tGeorge Emmett, of Seooud street,
who sustained a fracture of one uf his
legs In a oolisslon at! Packerton some
weeks ago is gettlug along nicely.
t Work ut Weatherly foundry i
asauiniug its old time proportions,
prior to the Reading deal. All the
moulders laid off at that time are
gradually being reemployed.
tGeorge Saudherr, of town, a Le
high Valley brakeman. had his right
hand caught between the bumpers of
two oars at Mahoulug siding on last
Monday and sustained severe iujury.
t Al O'Brien, of town, fireman on a
Valley passenger engine for Engineer
Will Ilotford run extra In the latter's
place oiie day this week while Will was
taking u well earned holiday Messrs.
HoiTord and O'Brien nre two of Lehigh
tou's most promising young men.
t Two Lehigh Valley freight trains
collided at Bear Creek Junction, on tho
Wyoming division, on Saturday morn
ing while one of the trains was pulling
out of a siding. Richard Wagner, of
West l'ittston, conductor, jumped uutl
sustained painful wounds about tho
head and hands.
t A general change has been made in
the system of steam heating tho cars in
passengor senico on the Lehigh Valley
Rail Road. The system formerly in usu
was McElrov's. Since Saturday last. tin.
Seweli system is be used all along tlo
hub 01 mo roaa. ine officials believe
the latter to bo the safer and moio
$Tho Lehigh Valley officials have
received wot d to seek umoug their old
employes for a man, 21 years old, 5 feet
8 inches tall, weighing 170 pounds. good
looking, a switchman bv trade, who is
wanted for assisting strikers in wreck
ing trains aud cutting telegraph wires
on the Chicago &, Northwestern Road
last June, at Harvard, III.
t From the time the Reading combi
nation was established tickets of tho
New Jersey Central nud Lehigh Val
ley H. It. between New 1 ork and Pnll
lipsburg nud Enston and Scrautou have
been Interchangeable round trip
tickets on either road beiug good to
return on the other. In a few days how
ever this custom will bo dUcoutlnue,
aud tno two companies will return to
the old system, neat her comnanr nn
ceptlng the other's tickets on its trains
iieetweu tne points stated.
tThe Lehigh Navigation directors
have declared a semi-unnual rlK-!,!nn,l
of 3 per cent to stockholders oa record
on uctouer ,ti. Tlie halt year has been
the best the company has known in
receut years. The profits from coal sales
and the receipts fiom railroad were
novor as groat. Over 200,000 was set.
aside for tho sinking fund, an ex
ceptionally forward. The net earnings
for the year are said to be between 7
and 8 per ceut.
t The right of a person paying torn
seat in a railway train to have same
fumlsnod him is, it is well understood,
subject to the demands made by a sud
den and unusual influx of passengers,
though ali are occupied, as uy some of
the passengers sleeping on two seats
and others being lilted with baggage, a
railway company will be liable, it has
been decided, for its conductor's re
fusal and failure to furnish a passenger
paying therefore with a seat upon pro
An Aggressls. DmucrntlCoiijrre8tu.n
from Our Dlslrirt,
The Philadelphia North America
of last Friday iu speaking of Hon.
Howard Mutchler aud his efforts in
behalf of Mr. Black for Collector of
the Port at Philadelphia has this to
"Congressman Mutchler, who was
here Thursday looking after the
Twelfth Reveuue district fight, ts con
fident that State Senator Grant Her
ring will not be appointed. Mr.
Mutchler has done more to bring to
gether members of Congress from
Penusylvaula ou the quostion of pat
ronage than any other man. He is the
original Black man, first suggestiug
mm lor uonector ot me rorr, and
has succeeded in securing the endorse
ment of eight ot the ten Democratio
members from Pennsylvania to Mr.
Black's papers. In fact, Mr. Mutchler,
although tho youngest injm lu the
Pennsylvania delegation, U the rec
ognised leader of the Congressional
An exchange well suys; " Whenever
country newspapers mid foreigners
iuvadlug the field of . the home
merchant with goods and merchandise
and selling them to farmers, they are
asked to arise and win k the intruders
and advise) the farmers to bay their
goods uf the home merchant. And when
foreign printing houses .send their
representative among the merchants
aud busiuess men, these same mer
chants give them their orders and get
mierior work lor tuew money. That's
Anron Zimmerman's house is rapidly
Erwltt and Martin Nothstein. of
Egypt, Pa., spent a few day in the
Valley last weak.
A shooting match for turkeys was
held at Isoruuu square last mturday
A. E. Noll end Alvlu Veneer, of
Bowioaustown, passed through the
Game la very soarce this year, sad in
oousequeuoe our sporUmeu are Dot
A. G. Musselman, a student in Muh
1 euburg Col lege, Alientowu,wasHt hnme
The regular monthly meeting of our
school beard will be held' at I'ieusitit
Comer uu Saturday.
A phonograph concert was given 111
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niHIHI.IW.ll IMMI. ...-. W.UUU.ll.,
ou Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
uy Horuu uatner Minor, ot wetssport
Ou Monday Dennis Nothstein moved
his portable steam eugiue aud saw mill
A ('eutessarlsu FUllj- Huraed.
iisTBRi-Hci. Nov 111 Mrs. Annie John
son, nolored. aired 10.1 ettra. was standing
before an opeu gratu when her clotblng-i
IgBttea, ana uelore aswiaiuuoe reavma u.
she was fatally burned.
Crsssbed ITsder Toue f Imn.
CaiCAUO. Nov. Ill Abraham Cohen and
.Tumh frsadnian were crushed to death
under thirty tons of scrap Iron In tha
Bob wats Iron and Metal company's yards,
isesttk by lis-uamite.
JoLlCT, 111"., Nov. lo. Two men were
tsjstsntly killed and two others badly to
taled by an explosion of dynamite. The
Bsest were employed on the drainage canal
and wars engaged tn bending the s
ploaty. The report the explosion was
plainly heard In Jollet, nine miles dis
tent. The ki.letl are Harry Tinnier and
Jean Jones. The former leaves a family.
Orla-Us of Ihe faeli.
Nothing is now more universally ac
cepted than I'.e fact that the peach is an
Improved vanety of the almond. The
idrnoad Las s thin shell around the
staoe, which split-, upeu and shows the
stone wneu mainr. 1111s on tor ssnn
has simply bet oin, fleshy in the peach,
so that it U all tliut gives it its specific
charatt. r it m m now clear front in-
Tbe bell which for many years buug
in the old court house at Mauch Chuuk
and rang out its dreaded seuods to
criminals oal'ed to stand trial betoie.
a ltirr of their tu-ers will hersusftair ar.M
aiemeut among th Detooarstsof those 1 a more holv sn l peaceful purpose in
dietriot. oslliug to worsti .p the good people of
liug nun 1 be bell was purchased 1 Hnrv Schwartz's
t Saturday frjm Contractor Herman , . ,,,
But Pstttsen had a teenpursry advan ,
tag. whWb he used in a manner that
imioerawn's llsll, at New Mshouing, I vestiguta.n in U.o history of ancient
ttsDvton 111, t iu tut'ir guraeus, nearly
4,000 year are the peach was cultivated
then ss it nuv is
It must htte been many yaars before
this that the jm h was improved from
thaal11101.il. 111, i tnl fai-t uiniS to ahnw
AN.wUr..toraof Art. the gn at ant. ,...1; of th. (flit Possibly
The artist who painted a "Yard of . gurdt nni m uu- rei-perts, at least so
Pansies"and a "Yard of Roses" ha, ferit, r, , vt, ,n ,.f uurcnltitstrd
jui proouoea a magninoent rival t., trgt 11S ,,,, ...ivnms.l out
ITEMS OF STATE NEWS.
stutters nt Interest ri-mn All flier the
PtTTSPt no, Nov. 18.-Mahle Hlpple.aged
15 years, daughter of Dr. W H. Hippie, of
Rebecca .street. Allegheny, died from the
effects of diluting about half an ounce of
carbolic acid In in istake for medicine.
Menu, Pa. Nov. IA A lire broke out
in the third story or the houseof Anthony
Mealey, on South avenue. Media, and
Hunter 11. Mealey. a 4-yenr-old child of
the family, was so badly burned that he
SrnAXTOS-. Pa , Xov. 14 Richard Wll.
son. a miner oinploveti at the llongh and
Heady colliery, was fatally Injured by a
fall of rock in the chamber in which he
waa working. His head was smashed so
nauiy mat it was uni-edbgnlsahle.
DtiYi.KSTowx, pa Nov. 18 -The grand
Jury, afler hearing numerous witn
rettirnwl h true lill aRalnfct Wallace Burt,
the hnlf hi ml Indian, chnrg. with th
munter ot Nimupl M. Itightlcy m.d wife.
The cam? uam nmtlinial until the .1 aim a 17
PrmBL-TMi. Xov. 16. . man nnmed
John riark wiiv.inrTorfltel at ShoebcrRer4
blat furmiee on Kim street. It is frnp
posed that the man. who was out of work,
some time dnrimr the nirrht. crawled nn
cloe to one of-Hm furnaco. to get warm,
aud there went to sleep.
I-EnAsos.Iii.,ov.t3.--In North AnnvilU
townihip a Irov named KottpHnir. not
about 15 years, prooked hi teitcher at
school nud wai beaten with a rod until he
auk to the floor, which was covered with
a pout of his blood. A searching Investi
gation is being made.
riTTSRUna. Nov. 1 The fmnilleB nt
twenty-four etriklnfr Ironworkers wert
evicted from the couipany hotiHes bytlm
Pittsburg ForRO and Iron company on ac
count of failure to pay their rent. The
families are penniless and are livincr on
publio and private charities.
IlKADIXO. Pft.. Xov. 15. Tills enHrn .e.
tlonof the state Is being denuded of its
wainuc trees, ana in some fowir-hipi only
a few remain. Atreutff nreoverninnlncrthn
country districts, buyiiifc them up and
sending them to Germany to be imed for
fine furniture manufacture. As htrh
$00 to $75 apiece Is now being paid.
GREEKSBur.o, Pa.. Nov. 19. Mn. Har
riet Williams, of West Newton, who keeps
a email store at that place, and who for
some time has been addicted to stimu
lants, committed suicide by taking
"Kongta on Hats." She died in the oreat-
est agony. She was aged about AO, and
leave a husband and grown up family.
NEW Buiohtok. pa.. Xov. IS (1llr
Molter. who-wns elected herlff of Beaver
county on the Hepublican ticket at the
late election, is now suiTerlng with rheu
matism and partial paralysis of his right
arm. The doctors attribute his ailment
ings ha haa received since the election,'
Mauch Chi nk. Pa.. Nov. 15. The count
of the vote for president Judge of tha
Forty-third judicial shows this result:
Craig (Pern.), 3,521; Stnrm (Dem.), 8,181;
lleydt (Itep.), 3,2ry; Nichols (Pro.), 100, I
Judge Storm Is now presiding as the ap- I
polnteeof Governor PattNon. After .Tan. !
1 Allan Craig will be judgeof the district i
for a full term of ten years. I
LEBANON, Pa., Nov. 10. It Is rumored
that It has been clearlv efttablUhed that 1
Iron ore, said to essay 50 per cent, of Iron,
haa recently been discovered on the large
territory of land of William C. Freeman,
In South Lebanon township, three inllea
east of the famous Cornwall ore hills. Mr.-:
Freeman will construct a railroad and
connect with his Corwall road. I
Pittsburg. Nov. 15.-. The stata supreme !
court close.) tlie fall se&slon hero and !
handed down a final hatch of decisions. In
the case of Charles Salyard, convloted of 1
murder of the first degree in Cumberland
county, for the killing of Georga H. Mar
tin, judgment was ainrmed and record re
mitted to the court below for the purpose
of execution. The decision means that he
Ben ANION. Pa.. Nov. lfl. One of the
largest coal deals in recent months was
finally ratified yesterday when Simpson &
Watkins, of this city, leased the Harry E.
and Forty-four collieries of the Wyoming
Valley Coal company, near Wyoming.
These collieries are in the very heart of
the Wyoming region, and it Is the inten
tion tne new owners to redouble their
activity. Five hundred new men will he
put to work at once.
liOMANs' Ferrt, Pa., Xov, 16. Six hun
dred Italians employed by the Carnegie
Gas company hi digging a dttch for their
sixteen Inch main from Crooked Creek,
Armstrong county, to Mill town, ara on
strike for un Increase in vacs. Ihe men
have been receiving tl, but ask for $1.50 a
day. The comnaur hopes to hare 100
Italians at work within a few days. They
are building houses at Braeburn to quar
ter them during the winter.
Maiioninotowx, pa., Xov 1ft. The Ma
hontngtown school board and health board
are at loggerheads, and uearly came to
blows at a joint meeting yesterday after
nooa. Diphtheria is raging to an alarm
Ins; extent here, and tha health board
wants the schools closed. This th school
board refused to do, notwithstanding the
fact that lew than twenty pupils are at
tending. The matter 'has not been set
tled, and the schools are still open.
Bristol. Pa.. Xov. 15. The trial of the
Bristol liquor dealers. Thaddeus Farley,
William 8. SUbert, Mary Jane Sllbert and
Lawrence MuOnen, for the violation 01
the liowise laws In furnishing liquor to
persons of known Intemperate habits, was
finished yesterday at Doylestown. In the
cases ot Farley and Bilbert, the jury ac
quitted the defendants and put tho coats
on tne county. j 1st net Attorney Appie-1
bach abandoned the other prosecutions, '
Carlisle. Pa.. Xov. 10, The Cumber
land County Medical soolety brought suit
against Dr. A. li. Potts, the Mechaolcs
burg faith curUt, for an allegd violation
of the law. Dr. Polls has a large prac
tice and te credited with many cures. He
was prepared for trial, and had brought
from all sections, as far as New York,
persona who ha e been cured by his lay
Ing on of hands; but the cane was sud
denly terminated y eat en. ay ny ine grana
jury Ignoring the bill and putting the
coats on the prosecution.
GRKKNBBCitG. Pa., Nov. 16, A number
of unUeeuaed liquor saloon proprietors ef
Mt. PIe4MUt were oalleA up lor sentenee,
when they created a sensation by testify
ing that J. A Sullerberger, constable of
Mt. Plaasant township, and W. O. Wise
and G. II. Armstrong, constables of the
Second and Third wards of Mt. 1'leatanl
Lborottgh, rtpectlvely, had accepted trib
ute money from tbem, promising cnat an
who paid would not be returned to oourt.
J u dtre Doty at once suspended sentenoe.
and granted a rule on thwe officers, re
tamable next Satuidsy, to appear and
show cAUbe why they should not be sus
pended from oitlce. The constables deny
To Call a ptrUI Session.
D EM VLB, Nov 16. Uovernor Walte will
laeue a call for a Mpectal assemblage of the
lojrtftlature, and In all probability this call
will be sent out before ChrUtmaa. The
continued low price of silver aad the fixed
opinion of the governor that the price wilt
go down to BO ottuta, and consequently
paralyse the Industry of this state, is the
reason be aaUgna for the special! call.
SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS,
aeletr Tl.l-llll. r Inter..! lo th. Mem
here of the Frateraltr.
The Patriotic Order 8ong of Amerl
oa, of Chester County, have purcliaietl
R lot of ground uear where General
Lafaj-etto was wounded at Hlrmlufthnm.
aud will erect thereon rt monument to
the memory of the illustrious General,
Secret societies iu need of paraplia
nalla, flags, banners, uniforms, eto.
should consult If. V. Morthimer, Jr.
who represents one of Hie larReat Arms
of importers, manufacturers and
dealers in this country before purchas,
Sylvester Snyder.of this town, baa
just been appointed I). D. S. C, to suo.
ceed Jos. N. Uennett, of Packerton.
Mr. Snyder ia a member of the Strob
Council of Heliport. Hu appoint
ment was broiiRht about thronch Jos.
. Bennett aud Milt Betzer.
The wiut r encampment of tho
btate Departnu-ut of tho G. A. II., will
p?,i , '? Jl' tha AIemy of Muslo,
Ihiladelphla. .. arch 1st and 2nd, 1894.
About 1,200 delegates are eipectod and
the Bessiou priuiises to assemble the
larKest number of the G. A. K.Men
that ever attended ou such an oecaslon.
in the State. Prominent soldiers from
all oser the Union will attend.
rmuii of liim.
The Allentown Democrat speaks ibuB
r,erriUKl? of our P"PiIar townsman.
M. T. Trexlor. "At the election in Car
bpn county on Tuesday of last week
;Vr. Morris Treiler, of Lehighten.whore
lie has for a lonir Mum ..J. ....
cessfully esgaKed in the carrlaKe-mak-lnR
business, was elected totlieofilee
of County Commissioner along witn
the two Republican candidates, his
rollesRue ou the Democratio ticket, Mr
UDpnnell, haTiug been beaten by U.
H. SIcbride by a majority ofS2. Mr.
JS T . ""JOf'ty orer McBride was
e.i u'8 ow",tonn he ran 137 ahead
of the Democratic- State ticket, a some
thing hat attests his popularity where
he is best known. It gives us much
pleasure to iteialzn Mr- ti.i .....
cesi. lie is mobt excellent business
iii Vf WB rauiot nut believe that he
Will dlSCliai'L'H Ilia .,(11, .!! ,i.i.
entire butisfaclion of the people who
elected him to the position named.
jo in, inoe increase, and his olflcial
honors be neither few nor far between.
He is a SOU Of Air. Charles 'IVorlor ,
y6'0" democrat, residing at No'. 428
.... um.uiu sireer, mis slty."
CoiinIj- Coininl, .!., . COnT.ntlon.
The COUntv cnmrnic:lnni..a t .1
Jtat8 aro holding their annual conven-
.u ....a .mi ui vviisesuarre. There
is a largo attendance from all parts .of
the state. The sessions began Wed.
nesday afternoon at 1 nVlmt ..j
continue a couple days. Last year's
convention was held at Pittsburg.
The commissioners will devote their
tlmp to discussing topics In relation
to tbeir duties aud will listen to addres
ses on subjects of interest. Commis
sioners Miller. Cannon and Sendel ac
companied by clerk Lawler are In at
tendauee. During thoir absence the
commissioner's oHlce was ia ckareo of
the genial ex-shenif II. P. Levan,
I.Trch (Jet. seven Tears.
Judge Albrinhtof TthlirlianiinW o
Wednesday sentenced John Lynch
to the penitentiary for five years.
Lynch pleaded euiitv tn aae-en nl.srr.na
of lurgl.ry com nitted..hr ujh Lehigh
co uuty m Auxust and September. He
is meu iuu suoo7.fr who stole a pneuma
tic bicycle from Aaron Snyder at
i:Hlre Kext Month.
The conimlsalnn nf nn.lmn.l.w ln
Pennsylvania towns to expire within
the next mouth to which fat salaries are
attached are as follows: Mauch Chunk,
salary I1U00. December 20; Bristol,
salary $1900. December 22; Towanda,
salary $200; Dscember 20; Erie,
salary K1200. December 20.
"Willo'Uie Wl.n" linn nt th i.tn.t
fulas well as Inleiestinu Irish Dramas wilt bs
mrsonUMl atlhedj.era House, benlirhton, aext
Monday, Not. with.
The play li iviltlen by Kdirar Heldest anthor
oi Mcktn la's Kill utlou, lu hlch llsrrr Kay
hSTSraHde such a reliustlou, and tells ex th
rrpealed tale of loe's devotion, but cseredhl
a new blndlns; ntelicumsUnce. It blends the
palliellcand the liuumrous anil the Tlllanoas
quite lutllciousljr. The characters are those
vriiohe uearis are ti je ss steel, anil drawn wltb
lu the bouude of irasou and probably, Xta
advanccniput In Hits re?pect has aea tlie favor
ot the amusement lovtua jjublic. it Is some
Ihtns which ousht tn be assisted for the reason
that it is rontruUIci ry of the borse-play aaii
boisterous nonseiiLe asd Is bulit on ihe lejri
tima:a arounSs, a step Id a commendable
directli . an etToit to construct a pure and
wholes' me drame depicting life In Its natural
posr-lbilltles. The a lion company Is said to
meet alUue requirements of the drama,
-A melodramatic company of creditable
strength, beaded bj the youns; actor, IS. A
Warren will appear at the Opera House this
Friday evcnlnn In tlie perennial play of ex
citing We.tem inlnnlnu lire, entitled "Kobodj's
Claim." Alt. Warren is to 'is retire Ihsa ordi
nary clever ln the role of the hero, aud bis
support Is prone-tuned far above the av.raua
In respect to capability. In ailsttloa te this,
Ibe sueneryand apiHjiulmenls cnntribHted by
the company axe declared both esteaslte aiirl
noiel. loglveeiUt tososie of the climax.,
Mr. Warren inlroduces his trained horse, s
full-blooded prtMluci of the plains. The vl ,y
has coined mauy fortunes in Its sucseasful
career, and tu the hands of such a competent
organization as the Warren company, sbssilii
continue to hold its own a s a rosary wlnnti.
Cow e For Sate,.
The uudersiened offers for sale eheaD
eight good rows, Henry Dftnzor, Beat er
-M. Losos & Co.. have a full line of
latest styles bats and caps,
.V. Losos .1 Co.. have & good, sooud
hsrse for sale cheap.
William and Joseph BeohteL two
brothers, were seriously injured at the
Nesquehoning colliery Tuesday. The
men were employed ln a breast in East
lluck Mountain vein, in No. 1 tunnel,
and tha top of the breast was filled with
a large quantity ot iooso coal. This
came down wltb a rush, completely cov
ering both men. it was an hour or more
before they were rescued. William is
not so badly injured, but Joseph sus
tained some ugly outs about the head
these two lovely pictuie-.. It in a floral
i uon or s.ihO
or pi rliupi
Hragge4 Two Miles to Ills Death.
CoyaTKLSVllXE, Pa, Xov. lfl. Joseph
Gallaway. au aired farmer raaldlsg near
I Fayette City, met a horrible death at
l'arnorioits by at nor, ruaulug away.
Mr. Gallaway was thrown oat sod bis
feet getting caught la the ruunlog gear
ha was dragged ev er two naiiea. ill. txwy
lie offer One Hundred Dollars Icewa d
for an v cue of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
V. J, CHENEY A CO., Props., Toledo.
O.. We the undersigned, bare known F.
J. Cheney for tha last IS years, and believe
Sim perfectly honorable in al) business
transactions and Doanclalle able to carry
out any obligations mads by tbeir firm.
West St. Tiiuax, Wholesale prosaists.
Toledo, O. Wai.uino. Kikxan & Haji
vi k, wholesale diugfits, Toledo, O,
Hall's Catarrh Cures is taken Interrsll
acting directly upon tbs blood and mucony
surfaces of Ihe system. Price. 73. per
per bottle, sold by all DragglHs. Testi
did vtolenoe to publio seutiii
Kebe, by Mr. Ueoroe Ensian of Long
Hun, sua win tie plaoed tu the belfry oi
ysssuii r a ft..i..i.s Hi
lssraiuiixri . . ir. - Hin JstsuM He
Dasiald, who t.ir ....!) Lslf aossiuhs ow the people bave had raelr turu; . the uew and pretty oburob of the St.
seuis snasAdsuuua Igor, lu oubtteoOess, and the Governor's werk is undeue. Jobu's Lutberan eeagrsgaUea ia tkat
. n -jjha- um..i. .SAM.in.anMi.aA.ltki kAslttu Kx&r.sa. ulae.
JKrst slittl Op. Reesai Heuses sd aaiuust ksswO, Mi sMKUy.
.n.l ..iaIkh. ..11.1 S ........ ......
aeabteti for uuriubt uartow siiaim. I Pbosuirtmis. m.iii tlnmsauds of years
Fins teams for all purposes at tbe Bv an arrauaemeut with the oubliah- o. as is i.r,.l t.v the m ords. bad in
South End Livery i era, who are uiakiug, by the must per- their gardfin.iuiii.u .i hith un. Iiauauaa,
-Tbe fuiest Hue of overcoats ev r 'es-t prooeaa, exqiiiaite reproduction in citroris, h'h ji.. .- unvm, jssiu'lies,
brought to this seotiou will be found on eomra ox tui greui picture, unuis- pomegranat.- .uJ.i..usr
at U Losos Jt Co , r irat street. nugui,noie trotu tne oi igmai, we snail
' ., , , . , print a coupon in ottr Issue of Nuvuru-
ruilHueui lugrwiu uu . . ... . . , , u,.,, . uur ro,.. ,
tootle uf tbeee auperb rreattoui., fren
It in r great work of art, aud we bale
pleasure lu prt-aeutlug suob a valu
.Ki. ...... iu.i.11... li.. ..... ru.i
i ..... ..-i. i w t 1 . ( . ,.,,i ,,f thi. n.iiar fnr tl.. Hut. ! tou feed voUT rarKWS's. SBt. ssirsnerr
19. Lew prises prevail. BtUae. "Oh, Tib eryias; to uake game ox
k aa li is to- was poundel iuto a jelly. Gallaway was
80 years old, a batobelor sou wealthy.
umt make tt a point to see David
Ebbert when you want a lessee for bust .
sees or pleasure. Lowest prioas.
inexU'iisiv i ili:i . Certainly Hue
shows ho w ii .ih a.iLtd these ixsmoxib
were tu g.uln ulinre tuauv it-arssgo.
Detroit l''ri.e lrew
lu.i u.ius uli lir'a.
"Why do utl rut U) moil SAlUOS TtttO
stfiruisn. to Setts. I M.akw.
Niw Yobk. Nov. IB. rUoeat adrioes
tram tb. City nf M.xlco stax. that tha
Mommf are nutkiBg arrsasreriiMiU for
she eufoiiaav of MM,gou aeraa of fausd la
ttse stau af I'hihuakus. TsellrsrTiion eol
esilste ere regurileil fsvoeably in Mexico.
MnnlerrA by Murglaes,
Cbk i.ii Nov hi i'baaia Prtusty wen
shot and Wilieii by burglars at his hoeis
on Wet I i ni-inlb street, and two other
saemlM-r-. i itie family. Hadle and Peter
Prmitr vi.i.. Hounded by tbs burglars'
bull. i. ii.i. .uicies
L Bra. cs 1
K iream of tartar baking powder
Highest of ajl in leavening strength.
Latest t'mrio Btath tiovxaxOirxT
Royal Baking Powder Co ,
1UC Wall kit , N i
i ii i liiititit