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Allentown Lehigh Register (Newspaper) - August 16, 1871, Allentown, PennsylvaniaThe Lehigh Register Allentown wednesday august_1gj87 no paper discontinued until All arc Arugs Are Aid except at the option of the publishers our subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly will Confer a Groat favor upon us by sending word to this Oll lec. Subscribers about removing will Pense Send us their old address As Well us . a Short time Schave sent out a Large number of Bills a. Many of them have received prompt attention for which to return thanks and to would to very Happy to return to Liauska to the Balanco of those who have received our Bills. The amount in each Caso is Small but in the aggregate the amount is Large and our friends will Confer a favor by giving the matter their prompt attention. Tii secret societies in a few weeks will re. Commence tic or work it is estimated that the losses by the Hall storm in Northumberland county will exceed $50,000. Tiik new sign Over the counter of the ton trial express company attracts much attention and is pronounced very handsome. Tin Garis excursion from Easton to new York tuesday occupied eighteen cars and nuts Bercy about seventeen Hundred persons. A Resolution disbanding the America ii Osc company passed the Silcot Council but was postponed in the common Branch. Tin Itten cabbage Heads growing from one Stem is the latest vegetable curiosity developed in Lancaster county. A Philadelphia has .703 lawyers 1,073 physicians and 31,553 Dohi cystic servants. The number of loafers and politicians is not Given. It is estimated Llma the monthly shipments of leather from the lock Haven tanneries average 30,000 pounds. _ _ a a Little girl named Anna Taylor jiving in South Bethlehem stumbled Over a Etoch fell and broke her Arm in two plates. When the cats away the mice will play. Judge Longacr at White mountains games of Chance in travelling stores in Lehigh and Northampton. . Wholly a presbyterian minister was robbed at Scranton the other Day of a Valise containing about $5000 in Cash Anil Bonds. The Valise and valuables were recovered. A on one of the Public highways in Robeson township Berks county leading to boy Crown is thus inscribed it. 3 m 3 n w o t it e y o b o t team lieu teacher is wanted at Miller blown to to Cali the graded school. Ter seven months salary fifty dollars per month. Apply to j. F. Ship Kut Secretary. A. S. Scow Ahtl a. B., a recent graduate of Lafayette College at Easton 1ms been chosen principal of the grammy school of Phoenixville at a salary of $1100 fur a nine months term. Heal . Ii. Gross Esq., superintendent of the Allentown rolling Mill company has purchased the residence and furniture of a Hudson on sixth Street Between Turner and Chew for $15,000. The Excelsior rifles Are making preparations for a grand Clam bake at their Camp on the evening of the first of september to which they will invite their friends und a grand time May be expected. appears to be the Universal verdict that last night was a hard one to sleep through. Damp close and hot it was one to remind us of the oppressive weather of the summer of a to honest Mac Lias opened his Novelty and Art exhibition in Bethlehem. He has closed the Mouth of the times with a Long advertisement. Thais Wisdom on the part of Mac and the times is right in accept lug it. The paper would no again any credit by denouncing the concern. In View of the promised heavy fall Trade our progressive merchants Are already preparing specialities in advertising so that they May reap their share of the Harvest. We can produce tor the Benefit of those who doubt the most convince ing in the Registe a Finger monday morning Andrew Martin an gift ploy on the gravel train on the Lehigh Valley Railroad while breaking stones near the depot at Sla Thirlon acc Dently got the Middle Finger of the right hand Between the Sledge and a Stone and had it terribly Slatington air. Tiik county tax of Carbon county amounted to Ono Dollar and seventy six cents for every Man woman and child la Tho county. More than four thousand boilers Are required to propel Tho machinery of the Industrial establishments of Philadelphia. Old citizen John Kemmer or a Well known and much respected citizen of tills City died at his residence thurs Lay in the so Vonty Forth year of his age. Nun Day afternoon conductor Rurcell of the Lehigh Valley Railroad was presented with an elegant conductors lantern by his friends employed on the Easton end of the Road. Two boys Wero arrested at Reading on thursday for Selling fruit on the cars of the Reading Railroad company. This is done we bumppo in in the interest of the news agent whom the boys undersell. There Are 2,000 tons of Hematite Ore used in the Lehigh Valley every Twenty four hours making a total of 730,000 tons a year. The royally a sum paid by the operators to tic property owners amounts too bout $285,000. The City Cornet band. A Edwin Dreis Bach Lias been elected Leader of Tho City Cornet baud in place of win. Moran and the band has engaged prof. Bank Hartas instructor. The City Cornet band will accompany the mechanics to Kutztown next week when the citizens of that place will again be treated to the music of one of the Best bands in the state. Workingmen a convention of workingmen is to be called at st. Clair in the 17th of August for the purpose of Noel noting a workingmen a ticket for Schuylkill county this fall. The Pottsville journal says Eliut a movement is of foot in Schuylkill county participated in by both political parties looking to the Bolding of a convention Tobe composed of one Delegate from each party in each District for the purpose of placing in the Field a Peoples judiciary ticket a the Bethlehem times says that pleasure boats on the Lehigh can no longer be left on Hie Banks of the River with safety. Mischievous boys and Young men break open the locks scratch the boats and in some instances have been known to fill them with water and sink them. Some not satisfied with this have been known to go so far As to disfigure some of the Beautiful boats on the River with their pocket knives. New Large amount of counterfeit five Dollar roles on the ninth National Bank of new York have just been put into Cir ii lation. These Bills Are very Good imitations printed upon smooth tilt Bank note paper and arc very liable to deceive. They can however be readily detected by a careful examination of the engraving the female figure upon the left which is scratchy and ill proportioned. In for a few Days ago a couple of Young men went to the Lehigh Valley depot and were very generous with their abuse of the baggage master of the Pec wee train. Thib. M., after enduring it for some Lime waxed very Wroth and pulled out a pistol. One of the party skedaddle up the Railroad and the other hid under the platform not making a re appearance until after the train had started. The exterior of whish Cimer amp new hard a store Eor Crof sixth and Hamilton is being beautified by a coat of paint. Thu North Pennsylvania Railroad company has commenced Tho foundation for a new freight depot at front Ami Noble Philadelphia. The last sad chapter in the Vallandin ghats tragedy is now completed by the death of the widow of the Groat Ohio politician which occurred on sunday. An Accident to a Coal train occurred on Tho Lehigh and Susquehanna Railroad it Coalport on saturday afternoon and delayed the Down passenger trains. Raising onions direct from the seed has been tried with Success on the farm of win. S. Young Esq. This a fun requires a certain soil which or. Youngs farm possesses. Tiie new state Normal school at Quot West Chester Chester county will he opened on the 25lh of september. The indications arc that the number of students will be quite Large. A Little girl visiting the Union cemetery sunday was much interested in the mysteries of burial. She asked How they did with fat women. Her Little sex year old brother informed her they made the Coflin fat. Or. Tacor Kurtz a wealthy and respectable Farmer of upper Leacock township Lancaster county was killed on wednesday by the falling of a Large limb of a tree which struck him on the shoulder and crushed him to the Brown has discovered on his farm near pottsgrove a vein of shite of a Superior Quality or. Thomason superintendent of the Buckhorn slate quarries near Bloomsburg pronounces the vein to to equal to the finest mantel 6latc. _ mrs. Parker wife of a conductor on an Emigrant train Between Altoona und Pittsburg is in jail at on a charge of murdering an infant child of her husband a a Nineteen months old. She smothered the child in Altoona last Friday. m. La Arzel was arrested and committed by Alderman Stihl Erchard de by Thomas Rel hard with adultery. Pilartz i entered Hail on monday morning in the sum of five Hundred dollars to appear at court and was released. These parties Hull from Alburtis. Captain William bitters of Easton Chilom a manager of the Tiller of the Lehigh canal acid whose Tow path caper Lonco has satisfied him that he knows about How much a horse mule or other draught animal should be to narc to endure has sent to theoflice of the Pennsylvania society for the prevention of cruelty to Ati hauls an application for an Agency of said society to be established in Easton the duties of agent to he performed by or. Bitters himself in person. The application has been Laid before the Board of managers and awaits tic or few. The Scranton Republican says that while the suspension of n single Colliery in Schuylkill county is no indication of a general suspension it does apprehend serious Luj Fielty from the action of the Reading and Lehigh Valley railroads. If another strike does result from the raising of tolls these companies will find to their sorrow that it is dangerous to tyrant i the people it is the lust Straw that Breaks the camels Back. a la Altig aug Conj Punco Uii rights they Are entitled to but they must not forget their obligations to the people. Herwitt of Coal transported Over the Lehigh Valley Railroad for the week ending August 5th, 1871,compared with same time last year for week. For your. Total Wyoming 1� hazleton.gt1,3�>5 0.1 4j3.�ih to upper Lehigh. 89 00 amp a 12 Beaver meadow20,778 18 1 74,037 0 mahanny.10,170 02 310,00� 1 Museh chunk157 04 0,414 0 Sullivan amp Erie 13 0 the election the Berks county Road to serve until the Date of the Nunulu a Lection under the charter on the second monday of january next held Friday afternoon in Reading resulted in the Choice of the following president Henry Bush orig directors Jacob Bushong j. Craig ii.,s. Eckert George Lerch win. S. Ii los Edward Betz Charles e. Pennock and Hugh e. Steele. _ Louden Gefrom tin times the following a the workmen of the Bethlehem Iron co., who Are members of the workingmen s beneficial association contemplate an excursion to Wilkes Barre in which it is stated the Wilbur infantry and Bethlehem band will participate. Mrs. Hannah Stubblebine was held in $100 bail charged with abusing and threatening to kid her Mother. A Young lady visiting at mrs. S. A. Meyers was Treu cd to a Surprise party on Friday evening. Rowdy ism was so prove Lent at Sanford Sculer Tain mental Bethlehem that gentlemen with their ladles were compelled to leave the Hall. The Mauch chunk Democrat says Daniel Kalbfus Esq., of that place captured during the months of april May june and july the unprecedented number of cd Arn a iou Suur three Hundred and Otic Trout in the streams of Carbon county alone and reports with a coolness that is refreshing in these sultry Days that the streams Are nearly exhausted and that worm to Ushers As Contr distinguished from those who use the Aiti Iclal Fly ought to Content themselves with Angling for Catfish hereafter in order that skill like his own might the belter meet its sure Reward. Or. K. Is in favor of prohibition Fin three years by act of Assembly when he Hopes for the return of the Days of Auld Lang sync la Blob As he terms it Trout fishing was a real increase. Decrease. Schuylkill Wmk my Mcne a convention will meet it on attic 111. Or september. Pottsville is improving very rapidly. A pave Cut a Lucky feet Long i Pottsville has within a few years been gradually stolen Brick by Brick. The Scranton Republican fays the Only old whipping Post remaining in the county is it Plymouth on ant Hlll the old Elm tree standing on the left Side of the Road. In revolutionary times it was the sign Post the courthouse the auction Mart the forum and the election polls As Well As the whipping Post. More sidewalk citizens arc about to ask the City authorities by Means of a petition which is now being signed to Grade curb and pave a sidewalk on the South Side of Hamilton Street Between second and the Jordan Bridge. Some of the property holders on the South Side of Hamilton Street we learn favor the improvement. We Hope the councils will Grant the necessary authority. Tub Temperance men of Montgomery enmity Lic lil n lass convention it Norristown to elect delegates to their stale political convention to nominate stale Ollices the True men or the cause recognizing that an Independent ticket would not help Temperance hut would Only help democracy refused to turn out and mosey auge found Only twelve men in assist him to set the Hall in motion. Accident at Erlile to is seriously injured it the Valley Iron works tuesday afternoon. The Coal which was he lug unloaded through the Bottom of n ear became choked up und he used n Crow bar to make an opening. Tho object accomplished he threw the Crow bar Down when one end rebounded and struck him in the Check breaking his jaw hone in three Piscos. wits n disgraceful Row inst night Between eleven and twelve of clock in front of Julius holsteins Beer Saloon on sixth Street he Lois Hamilton but no complaint was made by the police before the mayor this morning. Some members of tic America Hose company Quot our Derstad tire blamed by the citizens is Likely the subject will be brought up before Connelly this evening. Ii Oil Elf frustrated an amiable livery Man the other Day hooked up a team put a couple of Largo baskets into his Wagon and started for the Lehigh Mountain to gather a crop of blackberries. Before he arrived at his destination the horse became Balky and the livery Man finding it impossible to induce him to go either forwards or backwards with the Wagon a hitched the animal and Rode him Back to the City. He did not bring any. Blackberries with serious Accident. A on monday week it serious Accident occurred at the Iron Ore mine owned by Charles Wittman and leased by Joseph Andreas at the Lehigh Mountain caused by the premature explosion of a blast. An englishman whose name we did not learn was burned terribly. About Tho face eyes and hands. He will probably lose the sight or one of his eyes and his left hand id terribly charred. Another Man was injured but he was aide to walk Home. Or. Charles i. Martin attended the injuries of the former. Instantaneous , the photographer in , has taken a number of inst Tancous stereoscopic views of inter total by Hull canal107,34111 00 1,531it o v3 Iki m .78,415 14 2,o40,c07 00 same time 1s7u cheap is Seldom that cheapness is associated with Merit and real value hut we must make nil exception in favor of Peters musical monthly. Tills vol Moldo Wurl comes to us regularly each month ivc allowing with Choice new music some fifteen pieces in every number. It is printed from 30 a full size muscle plan los neatly bound and Sells for the modest sum of 30 cents. Volume Viii began with the july number nil the publisher offers to Send two copies july and Augusta for 50 cents. Address j. L. Peters 500 Broadway new York. Think of it 1 50 pieces of Good music for 50 cents. This monthly nil the in Osteh will be sent to any address one year for $3.50 in Advance. The switch Hack. A the Nofen phoning Tunnel is rapidly approaching completion. By than Middle of september Tho headings will meet und by the 1-t of january it is expected cars will be passing through the huge bore. The rapid winding up of this big Woik is due to the hard work of or. Steele and his excellent corps of engineers and the celebrated Burleigh Rock Drill. When the Lehigh Coal and navigation begin using the Tunnel the Days of the Grent switch Back will be ended and it will be abandoned. We propose that a company be formed to lease As air As Summit iii., and keep it in running order for tourists. By proper advertising tens of thousands of persons would be brought hither Cecli year to take a ride Over the famous switch Back and enjoy a Beautiful View from Majestic Fis Gali. The Continua Nee of Hie Road is a matter that vitally interests Summit Hill and Mauch chunk and a move for the lease of it should be made at once. We propose to present some figures upon this subject it an Early chunk Gazette. Of interest to our in the City of Philadelphia there Are upwards of four thousand boilers in constant use and at intervals the Public arc treated to horrifying no counts attendant upon the explosion. Only a few years ago by such a disaster Ata factory on Sansom Street a score of or Tzintis unconscious of danger were suddenly killed while others were fearfully maimed and made cripples for life while the building in which the explosion occurred was so completely wrecked As to require reconstructing. This was but Ono of Many similar disasters resulting from the use of unsafe boilers that have occurred in our Shter City and what applies to Philadelphia applies to other cities in the United states. The question May be asked Why do Mill own ers and others employing steam a a Etc unsafe generators when they can so readily obtain in the j Alanison boiler All that i perfectly Safe from in a nitrous explosion Nul More Leo Mical in its 1 management than those that have so Long been tried and found deficient. J tile very Strong endorsements this boiler has received is sufficient to warrant us in saying that to Day is a Safe steam Generator the Harrison boiler has no equal. Fall exhibition at Amblen the Norristown Herald says i lie first annual exhibition or fair of the old Montgomery county agricultural society on their new grounds at Ambler station will take place september 10th, 20th, 21.t,and 22.1. Allan Corson jr., of this Borough has been surveying the premises previous to the managers putting the same incomplete order. The track is a half mile one Only six feet and fall with two six Hundred feet straight stretches and when finished will be one of the Best in this the judges stands Oll Lees stabling Ulm other buildings will be of modern construction and of course will Oom Biro All the necessary conveniences. One of tic greatest features of the coming fair will be the presence of or. Welsh a celebrated Tallion a a Lamartine and Flora Temple with her Colls. This exhibition being on the line of the North Pennsylvania Railroad will be a very convenient one for our Lehigh county Farmers to attend and we have no doubt from what we know of the Energy of the managers that it will he one of the Niort interesting in the state. Housekeepers about a chewing their Stock will save Money by paying a visit to the Corner store of m. J. Kramer. 28,033 0g 823,047 19 father Menges who was buried it the Slone Church Northampton county yesterday was born in Germany la 1780, and came to this country in 1705. He preached his first Sermon in the Stone Church july 15, 1810, and in Egypt Church Lehigh county july 25,1s15. He Ollil a cd at the Slon Church with father Becker tic reformed pastor for forty years. During his ministerial career he confirmed 0000 persons married 4100 couples baptized 25,000ehildren, buried 7.800 and bad in Bis congregation 70,000 communicants. Information wanted. A Henry Lnu 11 Young Man eighteen years of age left his Home in upper Allen township Cumberland county on the 25lh of july last. He stated that he was going to Mechanicsburg but has not been heard of since lie is described i a wearing it Black cloth coat Light coloured pants and Vest and a Black slouched hat Lac parents of the boy arc much distressed on account of Lils absence Ami will be greatly obliged to persons knowing of his whereabouts if they will address his father Joseph Luu at shepherds town Cumberland county a. Exchange papers Are requested to copy. . Ii. Osgood amp co., have issued another volume of Belr new series of Hawthorne s works containing the a Scarlet letter and a a the Ulith Cdale Hawthorne s name hears a proud position among the authors of the United states and this enterprising firm has done a real service to the Public la printing his works in such a neat Ami attractive edition. The Scarlet letter is a sad Romance of thrilling interest and combining so Many moral lessens that even those who object to novels As injurious cannot fall to recommend this one to everybody. The introductory gives an insight into the disposition of the author and is very entert Alulong to us but those who May find it tiresome can omit it without losing any of the Beauty of the Romance. Terrible Accident and thursday George Lycett aged fourteen years a son of Rev. K. Lycett pastor of the Church of the i redeemer in lower Merlon met with an Accident which resulted la death la a few hours after. The son had driven to Philadelphia and was returning Homo about seven of clock in the evening when he topped by the Road Aldo to gather a few blackberries. Upon attempting to get into the vehicle a Julu to fell and the wheel passed Over his body injuring Liliie so severely that he died the next morning. The funeral took place on monday Rev. Or. A Aruell of West Philadelphia officiating. The end affair East a deep gloom Over the neighbourhood and much sympathy is expressed for the bereaved la Trad. Killed on the Harrisburg journal says on wednesday morning about 7 of clock a Young Mau named John Swartz employed As a repair hand on the Pennsylvania Railroad was instantly killed la the upper end of the City. He was a i work in the Yard of the company when the fast line cast approached of regular schedule time. Being unable to get out of tic Way in time he was struck by tic engine and he suck broken deut being Lusta Tancous. The body was brought to Tho depot and placed in the a dead House until the arrival of the Coroner. An inquest was held Aud the following verdict rendered that John Swartz was stick by the Pilot of Englee no. 103, attached to the Fust line East on the p. R., at were elected to take charge of the Public schools of Coplay for the ensuing term being the same who had charge of the schools during the last term grammar school a. F. K. Krout secondary miss e. Kaehlin primary Grade miss Maggie b. Everhart. The schools will open on the fourth of september. S. Levan superintendent of Valley Iron company exchanged a House and lot lying in the Village of st Mon Northampton county with the Lehigh Coal and navigation company for land about four acres in extent lying Between the Lehigh River and the canal a Short distance above Stem ton receiving $3500 As a Bonus. Rev. Charles ii. La inbae of Tulpehocken Berks comity will preach the first no Yuul Harvest Sermon for the Trinity congregation of the reformed Church at Copley on tuesday evening August 22j. Lie will also on the Forenoon of the same Day preach a Sermon for the Egypt Congro gallon. Another sunday morning about two of clock another collision occurred on the Lehigh and Susquehanna Railroad at Bensons pipe works a Short distance below the Allentown depot. A Coal train going up after rounding the curve stopped. A should have gone Hack to warn following trains. None attended to this duty and therefore the Engineer of 51 shortly after eaten around the curve at the usual Speed unmindful of nil danger Ami was probably greatly surprised when Bis engine crushed the rear of the first named train. The Englee was broken and the signal Light falling among the shuttered i timbers of the. Caboose caused a conflagration which consumed another ear. A Man in tic caboose was knocked omit of his berth on to Tho ground hut was Only slightly injured. Tho fire caused an alarm and the companies supposing it to be in Bensons pipe works lost no Llone in going to the Rescue. The cause of the Light was made known nil some of the companies turned Back before crossing the Lehigh Bridge. A the la Ord of controllers at the request of several citizens have decided to give two Hall hours it week to instruction in German in the grammar schools. This request was made because comparatively few of those who through the grammar schools enter the Illch schools and therefore unless the language were taught in the grammar schools there would he very few who would be enabled to read Germau newspapers no understand German sermons. The children of the Public schools will be indeed Apt scholars if they derive any Beuelle at All i two half hours a week of instruction in Germau. We venture to say that there will not to More than ten per cent of those in attendance who will know any More about the language when they leave the school than when they cuter it Aud we hear signs of disapprobation among those parents who object to having the time of their children wasted in this Way. There will be a difficulty in getting teacher who arc capable of giving instruction in German and at the same Lime Are capable or instructing in the branches which Are necessary and required to be taught. A hold saturday night n respectably dres Sefi person who looked like it working Man went into Granville Worrells store Aud purchased a Bill of dry goods ordering them to be sent to a certain number on ninth Street. He tendered in payment a Check for $35 dollars by i Robert ii. Barr amp co., on the first National Bank in favor of James Henderson and endorsed with j the latter name. He received Ida change something Over $20, Aud left. Yesterday or. Worrel offered the Check on de posit at the first National Bank when it was thrown out with the announcement that it. H. Amp co. Did not keep their account there. It was it once sent Down to messes. Barr a co. When they resumed it with the announcement that it was a Complete forgery and that they no longer Hud their account la that Cheek is a printed one with Robert 1. Barr a card of one end Anil a u. S. Revenue tiie Pennsylvania Alfred Townsend in Kes Lorite up a the Pennsylvania Cut sch in a letter from Litiza to the Chicago Tribune. Townsend has a Good reputation As a Raty descriptive letter writer and those who read this letter will very probably place some Reliance upon his statements otherwise we should pass them Over is the speculations of a fool. His reputation will carry some weight with it and give those who Are not acquainted with this Region a false impression of the Pennsylvania Dut i. Ills wild remarks we suppose arc intended to apply More directly to the Lancaster county people hut the generality of readers arc not Apt to discriminate so closely when loft to draw their own inferences. Ills description of Tho moravian to reproduce a 4 Litiza is one of Tho vast series of moravian Mission towns which that pure Aud quaint Carlf Tolun denomination has own around the world in Greenland Siberia. Thu Mission a lusted by the count Altize Slorf Many years before the american revolution is now Tho Central object in a very picturesque Stone Village Ami the schools Are about one Hundred Yurs old. A line old gentleman of the name of Beck a Maryland moravian who strolls to our hotel duly has taught a school fifty consecutive years Here and he gave lip the business on its fiftieth anniversary. There Are amp la old couples Here who have celebrated their Golden wedding. To Day Dick to Buday the politician Aud Brewer of the town has been collecting subscriptions from our Boarder to give a present of $100 Toa very old and very poor couple Whoso Golden wedding would else Lack a Celebration to Morrow. Fee has got it. Too by pulling in the balance himself and it Isar ranged 111 it $50 shall be put into an envelope Aud slipped in by the Post to the old Dame Ami the Oiler $50 shall go in the same Way to the old Man they will get up Ami hear Lac trombones play in tile moravian Tower and think very poor though still a Good Deal in love and Quilo necessary to each other and then the Little be fore time to be sure but Tomt will make no difference for they get no letters in their old age everybody being dead the postmaster will Knock at the door Ami la a formal Hasty sort of was hand in the letters. The door will then close upon the old i couple Ami their Golden wedding. Thank god that there still living Young folks who remember the affections of the old we cannot get along j even in these times without our politician i these moravian Are not countrymen of John a Hass. Zinzendorf a Saxon Nobleman Rcv Ltd a plus so Faith reformed it and made it partly communistic partly missionary to planted the Parent Church at her Pluitt in Saxony and then visit ing America established colonies and missions a at Nazareth and Bethlehem and on the Lohigh j River Ami at Litiza eight Miles from Lanca ter. A these moravian do not proc Lytic except amongst tic Heathen by the appreciation of their a land and the profits of their very popular schools j a schools which have educated the wives of the last men in the Middle states they have made 1 their foe ties prosperous yet to Cir numbers Are diminishing the communistic life is f nearly at an end and the steam engine of Metho distil whose Parent Wesley was in some , a moravian convert is playing High dutch amongst these old burghers. The moravian have at Litz four schools and two Hundred pupils and they educate at their several establishments in the dutch country tax Hundred per annul. Their edifices Are old hid roofed High German Stone houses. They announce a de Atli from the Church Steeple by lugubrious trombones Aud Bury their dead in classes the women of one Side of their Green cemetery the men of the other Side and their children apart they Are in no sense monastic although this impression has passed abroad mainly through a misapprehension of Longfellow s poem of a a Pulaski a banners and the nuns Sweet hum was heard the while Sung Low through Tho dim mysterious aisle. These nuns were merely single women classified together and inhabiting what was called the a a Sisters House a where they gained a livelihood by sewing cobbling and spinning. The moravian were the Only austere Seel of this Region who b Leved that education was Good for the souls of men und women. Tiie Hunters Meano nests in i Ells Schuek that Learned books debauched the human spirit und they a lil maintain a powerful conservative genuine Scot ii oat meal at the City Druff Storo of Lawai amp Martin no. 733 Ham ton Street s. W. Corner Hall Street. Tin Smith american Organ is the Best Volej finest Casc Ilund Rhi Apost Reed Organ in Tho country. For Sato it o. F. Herrmn no a Storo. Pic Sabbath so tool of Graco episcopal Church will hold a pc Nic Netho Fountain House on Friday next to which the congregation and their friends Are invited. A find in Tiik chunk Exchange says n Ore broke out it the head of slope no. 3, Irish to of no. G mine Lehigh Coal and navigation a nine and at three of clock on thursday Inori Iliia. To to it. Was Only u Lew men in Aldo and they nil got out in safety. It is providential hint Tho Accident did not of ctr later when the men wore All in Lac mine. It is supposed there will be hut Little damage done though the flumes May get the better of the workmen whore doing their Best to subdue them As we write. Tic danger it that the fire will run along the vein which extends to Tarau qua. If this should be the Case the damage would be very great. Besides running four or five mines the Tunnel across which the vein runs though the Coal is worked out would be filled with smoke and Gas. This would Stop the Grout work. It is to be hoped that All this will be averted by the subduing of the fire. To can peaches. A we find the following Node of cunning peaches in Tilton a Jour no of horticulture take Largo Ripe peaches not Over Ripe halve and pare neatly and Lay on a Large meat dish. To a Turco Peck Basket of fruit allow four pounds of sifted sugar apr Puklo it Over Tho fruit us you Lay it in the dish when Dono set in a Cool place Over night the next morning fit each piece one by one Leely into the Jar draining them from the juice. When the jars Aro filled put them close together la a Kettle of cold water putting a double Towel or something of the kind under them la the Bottom of tic Kettle to pro vent Ali eur cracking and set Over tic fire. Let Tho water heat gradually till it boils while you prepare tic syrup from the juice that bos been formed from the peaches and sugar Over night then fill up the jars with it being careful to let tic bubbles of air escape they will be seen rising to tic top if any arc in the lower part of the Jar they will go up on the insertion of a Fork. When Ali Are full begin to Seal up Aud Havo a Large of hot water standing near to put Tho jars fast of scaled where they can Cool off gradually. A hero Ono has Glass jars or bottles without tight flt blog covers prepare a Cement of one Pound Rosin to Twat pounds Mutton suet melted together and Well mixed love pieces of Strong Muslin Cut Largo enough to tie Over the Mouths of tic jars or bottles Lay the Muslin on a Board and with a spoon spread Overa thick coating of Cement Tako up the Muslin quickly before it has time to Cool and put it of Tho Jar with Tho cd Cut Side downward pressing it closely Over the sides. If the Muslin is not very thick it is Well to spread More Cement on top of Tho first cover and Lay Over that a second piece of Muslin then tic Down with twine and finish with a Good coat of Cement Over All. This is Good Way to use up old jars whose covers have been broken or lost. A tiie Hay window ques. Lion whether or not a citizen shall be allowed to erect a Bay window of the depth of three feel now n word to Hie agricultural societies. Gentlemen you Are placed in an elevated to Ilion looked up to not Only by the members of your respective societies but by the banners generally within the Bounds of your District. You Are looked upon is leaders la every plow and not look Back but carry out ideas of improvement to their natural result. How Many of you have set the example of growing roots to i organization feed farm Stock ? if you have not succeeded sat nine Miles from Litiza at another watering in your first Effort a try try again. In place called a a Ephrata Springs a the a a is becoming in a Leader. Three i by baptists inhabit a pair of exceedingly old Points must be observed to insure Success first clap boarded wooden building which Are divided a deep soil made so by deep blowing secondly a into an innumerable number of narrow cells pro apply Well rotted manure kept near or on the sur j video with wooden benches for Beds a wooden face thirdly clean tillage to secure this Plant. Block for a Pillow and a wooden Platter and spoon in drills. A a i filing. These edifices were used for hospitals one other suggestion gentlemen with which i in the american revolution. The inhabitants Are you can comply with your gloves on. Oiler pro no unto Elul besotted set of old i nails bachelors mums to banners for the largest crop of roots per 1 und sour couples and acre designating each variety let the ground and the crops be measured in the presence of a committee. Of much for one und so much for two. Three or five acres. Make these premiums Large at firs Large enough to for cultivating the crop. It lakes a Long lever on a solid fulcrum to move some people even la the direction of their own interest but the almighty Dollar is sure to do suggestions Are made gentlemen with the kindest feeling though with an Earmest new a Ali eur records recent found concealed Between the Walii scotting Are said to reveal a considerable degree of carnal in Turco tired Between the Townsend says the chief towns of the dutch Rcd Gion Are Easton Allentown Reading and Leba non and Lancaster Columbia and Yolk. A plan Caster is the dullest Ami Quai test with 23,000 people Allentown was Long the most besotted but it has Felt the breath of new York and the statement is a Nade that last Winter Thomas orchestra was incl tel there Ami even heard with becoming the importance of the farming interest does the statement seem so improbable that i of the country. Trusting that they will not should be repealed will an air of doubt i if or. Unheeded by those to whom they arc would exercise that care which is iii it in the duty of those who stand upon the wat Cheum Hent upon a truthful writer and would spend Tower to sound the alarm and for those to whom i it Focient Lime in the Lehigh Region to acquaint the alarm is Given to profit by it. There is no j himself thoroughly with our Pennsylvania dutch other farming interest in this country lugging so j to 1u0 confident he would Send a Dill Crent tale to much behind As a Root culture a especially in ii Friend in Chicago. Our \ Alley manufactures Dairying Stock journal. Loue third of the Iron produced in the United. A i sure and in addition to the Noble Pursuit of Agri the Pic Nic on grand j , la. Neil Tiu pennsylvanians of this Basket pc Nic thursday afternoon at the found Lynn in ii of i in turning the Mineral products lain House was a Complete sue Cost and produce i re log i into in oily Ami thus adding to the live of much pleasure which was shared in by nil a Ali i in Ileal wealth of the country in which or. Present. It was largely attended by Many of our Townsend Hast Iever even done i share. Instead most pleasant citizens and by a number Otje Hila j , ignorant be find the people fully Delphi inns tvs Well a by numerous visitor now so of appreciating his abilities More. In Frolof a residence has created no Little stir among the Cut ideas of Lancaster for some oils past. The question was brought before court by messes. Franklin Sutton Aud Samuel acne age demonstrating against the erection of a window of this description by d. G. Estleman Esq., on his East King Street building now under repair. A it was fully argued before a full Bench or. Monday of last week. The court through the lion. A. L. Ili incs read a very lengthy and elaborate opinion last saturday deciding adversely to the plaintiffs Aud in favor of Bay windows. The concluding paragraph of the opinion is As follows having attentively list cud to the Able discussion upon the Bill and answer Anil deliberately considered the questions mooted we have arrived at the conclusion that the plaintiffs cannot to sus to ipod in their application first because the fact presented do Noi constitute it nuisance secondly because no special or particular injury to the plaintiffs from the erection of the Bay window u question is set Forth in their Bill or has Beon or Vid it 1 0 i hum fr.,m Tea to Lei the Lancaster express does not believe in this decision in which the extraordinary Couch Sulou is reached that the obstruction of a Side Wal by the erection of Bay windows is not a Usu acc or that it does not cause any special or particular injury to residents of adjoining property. The express adds that the Couch Sulou arrived at by the honorable court May be Law but it in certainly not com Monneuse. Bay windows arc Well enough in their place but those erecting them should to compelled to keep Back the line of their fronts equal to the projection of the window and then they would not interfere with either the View or the travel along the sidewalk. That is our View also. Bag windows projecting Bayoud the building Llu to arca Nul sauce though a thousand courts should decide otherwise. They should not be permitted la any Wingier who died at Easton on saturday evening was Ono of tic most popular members of Tho 47th Pennsylvania and his death will to mourned by a Largo Circle of friends no was a member of company a capt. Yard and served with Tho regiment through us Southern campaigns and re cd listing after the three years service terminated. He was burled yesterday. Inc Coal Mauch chunk Coal Gazette of Friday says up to the close of last week Thuro has been transported South from Here Over both railroads and the canal since the 1st of Jau uary 1,074,727.18 tons. Last week the shipments from Here amounted to 137,738.19 tons being 9,920. 03 tons less than Tho preceding week. The corresponding week last year 07,038.07 tons Wero Cut South from hero and the total for last year to this Elmo was 3,531,471.12 tons. In comparing Tho shipments of to past week and the present year with corresponding dates of last year we find an increase for the Wick of 1871 of40,179.10 tons Aud a decrease for the present year of 850,743.14 Tous. Shipments by our railroads and Cannes fall Little Short of last week which were the heaviest Ever made. Prices arc no higher though there is a Good Market Lehigh is much inquired after some sizes being exceedingly scarce. Higher prices May to looked fur at an Early Day. To Lehigh Valley have issued a new circular of rates for transporting Coal but there is Little change. Tho Central Railroad of new Jersey Havo made no change. The men at a Colliery near Mahanoy City have struck because a reduction of wages web threatened. The men of Schuylkill county arc working it about As Low figures is they can support their families upon and to Hope the Price they now get for their labor will to kept up. Tho cad log Railroad by raising their tolls Havo made one step towards Tho lowering of the miners wage and the president gives notice Eliut he will continue each Mouth to lower toll. A a break in tic Lehigh canal has somewhat delayed the transportation of Coal during the past week Aud the shipments arc below what they usually arc. Fogelsville items. Fools Villa pa., aug. 12,1871. Ojie Moro orc bids have Becu a Short distance from this Village. They were discovered respectively in Fleury Stine a Jacob Stilu Lnger a and Jesse Lorash a farms. Those Beds Are reported to be better than any that Havo As yet been discovered in this Section. Such discoveries Are indeed not Only calculated to cheer those who Are so town these Beds but alike other classes the labor of the poor Man will thus Rise in greater demand Aud Henedo obtain better wages the More need Thero is for his services. Many a poor Man already finds employment at these Beds in our Vicinity Aud thus secures that necessary medium by which his wants Are supplied. Tiow much business May thus be ushered into exist Cucic is As yet unknown but one thing is certain that such developments Are just the ones we need at this cud of the county. The to Neflas of these extend Luneed far and wide. The benefits of to Iron business arc insinuated As it were into every Branch of business and hence Tho propriety of calling this Metal the most useful. The Iron business seems to occupy that position in the material world that the words of Pluto occupy in the material world of Inland ills words have entered successively into the philosophies the creeds and Tho practical codes of Tho grecian world the roman the Saracen and Tho Christian. So have the benefits derived from tills of Siuss entered into every Branch of Industry. Such developments will also make the necessity of having a rail Road built in this direction the Mure apparent. There is every reason to believe that the Iron companies will 6oon so look upon this matter. Besides the Many conveniences that would thus be brought to our people such a project would Bayoud doubt be the most economical one la order to get their Ore shipped away from this place. At least we May be permitted to in Dulac tic Hope that Ere Long will the locomotive travel through our part and rend the air with its loud whistles. A Fine second hand piano Price $200, for Sale at c. F. Herrmanns music store Corner 7th and Walnut streets. Wooden musical instruments of ail kinds of the Best manufactories in Europe no sold cheaper limn anywhere else at c. F. Ii or Many a music store. Communications la ii in not for Tho Nln foun Antei to hint Haj Nur carry Allentown,h�?Ta., August 7th, 1871. Friend Iredell a Tuc following slug Lar agreement or contract was entered into by two prominent business men in the first Ward to Day r % a a this is to certify that in Tho event of Ixia Ever attaining property in personal or real. Estate to the amount of Livo Hundred thousand dollars $500,000, i will give and bequeath to a a at present time residing la Allentown � and a partner with a a a Ono Hundred to Btl and dollars in consideration of Presont a a q query will it stand in Law Woien Sabs. Warring is. july 20th, by Rev. W. G. Mennig or. Sylvanus 8climoycr to miss Lucy Ann Hess both of Allentown. August 10th, at their residence 1035 Coates Street Philadelphia by the Rev. Jacob b. Role of but Blohm pa., or. David Beutle jr., of Philadelphia to miss Myra daughter of Joseph Wittman Esq., of Lehigh county a. Idun this. this City on Tho 14th lust., Wilhelmina wife of or. A. J. A Aubuch and daughter of Hon. Samuel Mellise aged 25 years and ten Mouths. The funeral will take Placo at the residence of her husband 020 Chew Street on thursday afternoon at two of clock. Relatives and friends Carciu a Ltd to attend. this City yesterday at noon major John Kemmerer aged 73 years 4 months Aud 10 Days. monday evening at 9 of clock Rebecca Good aged 45 years and 1 Day. August 7, Jacob , of upper Mac Unglo aged 75 years. this City on to 7th liist., Oscar child of Dauich and Susannah Roth a Uberger aged 0 months. A a this City on sunday Daniel we and aged 78 years 9 months and 8 Days. Fa1ilstkjiiin East Allentown august0th, Edward w., son of Henry and Rebecca Fahlst Leli aged 3 years 5 Mouths and 4 Days. We Neto sri a Jav to sements. Kii ait Colleck. , Del. Quota Ohr it Thor ouch instruction Tomfor Tubolo accommodation. Nil careful Oyer Glubt of ibo health manners Aud morals of Tho pupils al Reami Nubelo sex Pond a. Full sen Hon will in Giu september Illi. 1871. information a j. Rev. John Wilson a. A. Primed ont. Nigl i Imp Tkach kits a \ Tki it. A ait Pincu Mon will be received Liv the Hoard of school direct 0 tor of Wel port Borough a Trimn county. For two Malo teachers. A Public examination will to hold at Wei a poll Aitzu t a Juth 1s7i, at it of clock a m. A it iii i in w . Zern an Oki Nanck. Us it ordained by Tho select and common Council a of Ihn City of Allentown so l Tho Southern Rue of Union a treat Between second a Trout mid the Jordan Bridge la Tho City of Allentown to in line with the Northern line of Tho h Itol known a Tho a Maud Luino �?T1 Aud that a my Uptou Intro. To Between Tho Point no ova named be we done and of cod to Tho Width of u and a a a loth feet i a a a a a a up Bour it. And in to Inako Tho proper application to a ont for to it Azacs. It it Widen going that Tho City solicitor to proper application Tlam Ngoh if any am Occam toned by troop inn Aud u of Union Trout in us Cordasco with to Bosforo i in to us. John a. Hoffman trots. C. I Korkue l . Attest . J. Skis. . Of. I Mimas rum. Clerk 5. 0. Approved till eleventh Day of ajrqm.ad.,�. Augu us a a t. It. Good mayor. old. In i mf.-ci�?~inl.�?T�?Tt. Mkt Cau. . A Jav Rit. J05. Bufiltsitacc., Bill a nil Ilni Gish. Stamp in tint on the paper. A examination of Nailer Points in Allan Loti. That of the Jordan Urli go show. Hit . Nil full to Hitt upper cud of Ilar Alburg am was move acid Ulica tic picture a live . The instantly killed. No bluing u Tiu Ackad. A blooms prominently in the Back u. U. Company or employee. It u n ii Doudis picture to Send to your i married Aud about Twenty years of age. Ills j. N tut a a tune another Ono u a tel of rent at Mill., ferry county. We ii him sir Fps cast from eighth showing Anc Miles South of mulch town. Iho body was taken Walt Young and walkers building in the fore in charge by the Pennsylvania Railroad company a h a i and forwarded to his Friend. The latter shows that it is a counterfeit Bohrig something larger Aud much coaster than the government Stamps and also Only a Wood tint. T he printing is doubtless also a counterfeit und has Becu done by some Bungler with Type. It is not Elk by that the counterfeiters have been to tills much trouble to Riak a single Check and it will be Well for merchants to keep a Sharp look out for these lots of paper. If they Tako them u will be at Ali eur own los?.�? h Ibn Iriton come Rcd. Jour Itig la our City. The party assembled on the pie Itie grounds Early in the a Flenton most thoroughly equipped with All the paraphernalia of a Pic Nie comprising croquet both Field and parlor euchre decks and other games of. Amusement to suit All present. One of the ladies a Geum Ulissi j Mon and she did it sch superintended the sur vying of the grounds und of wickets preparatory to croquet. Parties Lor the game w Etc j at once organized a their respective positions a i signed them and Pul to work at batting euchre j received proper attention from u number of Llic de voted. There were others who in a quiet Way enjoyed the Jolly mud social spirit perv Diug the party exchanging mud comparing notes on the condition of the said Circle and singling be Italy cases yet in the balance of the future. Crystal Spring Sand the a Litany tribe were a source of much interest to u portion of the party who much admired their Beauty. Others gave themselves up to pro menacing Over the Hill to the rear of the Fountain House and wandered through tic Sweet scented Clover. From the Summit of this there was afforded a line Opportunity of viewing the Little Lehigh the rolling landscape the silent City of the dead with its scattered monuments the Lehigh mountains in the distance that for centuries have looked Down Over this Beautiful and Lovely Valley us us everlasting watch and proof against All Lihue. The hazy condition of the atmosphere added a Charm to this Tine a Eluio of natural scenery which was Well calculated to intensify its Beauty and grandeur and to leave pleasant acid lasting impression of the mind of the observer. The Gong in the hands of one of the v no an gentlemen which was virtually music in the air called together the party in the Grove where there was an abundance of Good tilings provided for the occasion by Thel idles. The scene presented while the edibles wore being disposed of and the claim of the incr Muu satisfied was Gay mud festive. I from this the party adjourned to the Fountain House where the music was in wailing and proceeded to dancing. The facilities were most and every convenience was afforded by the gentlemanly and obliging proprietor or. It d. Rapier to promote the pleasure of the party. Thero was seemingly 11 living sea of faces la the room Aud for a ripping Tho Light Funt Aslly toe and Averyt blog moving Elko poetry with musical step. Much sociability Aud Good lieu for were manifested throughout and affairs passed off pleasantly without even an Effort on the part o every one. The occasion is one Long to be. Remembered and c Orrys with it Many pleasant recollections. The Fountain House la rapidly growing in favor with our citizens who find there and Cool Retreat. It deserves Liberal Patro Naire. Our educational institutions Are unexcelled and Allentown can boat a of two of Hie finest Public a shool build mrs in the state with others of less pretentious but commo Lou in each Ward of the City. Contrary to being opposed to education those who have lie Means give their children the be to fac Lillos for obtaining an education. As a Reading people our county 1 not excelled by Many in Hie Union. More copies of newspapers Are published in Allen i town eat h week than in any other of its he we i believe on this continent and these printed in i both German and English sow Ali eur seed Broad cast throughout Tho county and hence our agricultural communities arc intelligent and Well informed. Besides our papers our citizens a re extensive patrons of the principal magazines and leading newspapers of the country and although ghost a Ionics arc related and believed in our county we do not think that such believers Are any More numerous Here in proportion to our population than in the Wise cities of Boston Philadelphia and new York and should not be cited As evidence of the ignorance of our people. Our banking instil it of believed in by our people is our Bank statements show und the people Are too shrewd to Bury Ali eur Money in their cellars where it will he unproductive. Beer is a favorite beverage with of citizens As it is with most american and a a one Lau cry is not Only a Good Brewer but a widely known acid highly respected citizen. We would like to Sec or. Townsend at Allentown and show him around. He would then we Are confident Tell his readers that in Fenn al uvula they have one Eity which equals in Energy Enterprise and intelligence the cities of the great West. The Hank of our River Are skirted on either Side with railroads and the Gigantic fun pcs and rolling Mills make the River Lehigh quiver with fire in the night and keep up the Busy bum of Industry in the Day. A Street railway prosperous and w do managed and omnibus lines connect with the three Railroad depots and the heavy travel which patronize them shows that we Are at least an Active and moving people. Philadelphia deserves More credit for tic Progress of our Valley than does new York. Nearly All the capitalists out a Ide of the Valley who own Stock in our largest Lur names Are residents of the City of menu and we believe that pennsylvanians have a heavy Lut Crest in the Stock of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. We owe Little or no gratitude to new York As whatever that City Lias done for us 1ms Bucu Well compensated for by a heavy wholesale patronage Pcuri�?TKrnosua Deil Lillus wine made from the scupper Nong grape of the Carolinas suitable fur the Tabic medicinal or sacramental in bottles at Lawall in Mart lug a City 722 Hamilton strict Corner of Vilall. The new Patent air Brake of which mention has been already Jade says Tho Reading times was applied to the five passenger cars of the Down read lug Leeomo Dulou train yesterday morning. The Experiment has already been partially made upon to Reading Road and tic Brako is also being tested on tic Pennsylvania Central. Speed can be stopped in a few seconds of time As experiments Havo demonstrated. To following is to description furnished of this ingenious contrivance on the right hand Side of the locomotive fastened to the running Board and immediately under the engineers eyes. Is an upright Dorcet us Tang air pump which draws its Supply of steam front Tho boiler and pumps air into a Reservoir which is attached to the foot Board and hangs directly under the cab. This pump is composed of a steam Cal Lucr Anda narrow Cylinder is entirely self acting and is really a medium Between to pressure of steam in the boiler and to pressure of air in the Reservoir. Thus it will to seen that when the Supply of air from the re Belvoir to apply the Brake the pump at ouch begins working vigorously without attend Lou from the Engineer to make up the deficiency of pressure in the Reservoir in used by the application of the brakes it then works on until the steam and air pressures Are the ame less the allowance for friction in the pump. The Quantity of steam used to pumping the air is scarcely perceptible and the time necessary for the pump to restore the pc Tsuro varies from one to two minutes. Under Cecli Enron Tho train is a Cylinder firmly bolted in such a position that Tho Piston acts directly on to lever now used for the Ordinary hand Brake and not at All Interior lug with hand Brak if the pressure of air is conducted to these cylinders from the Reservoir under the locomotive by a line of three Quarter Lucli Gas pipe run Long the entire length <5f the train and the connection with each Cylinder is made from the main inc with a Quarter Inch Elbow. From each end o the car the pipes arc extended by three ply rubber Hose which Are connected when to cars arc coupled together so arranged that when Tho part-3 Are us Ltd the air passes through them. But should any of the cars become detach cd from any cause the you plug which is held together by still Springs pulls apart to valve closes the escape of air is prevented Aud the Brake remains Effiec Ive on the rest of the train. Or should the Brake have been applied and afterwards a car become detached tic valves of Tho coupling on the detached car immediately close and the Brake continues applied thus preventing a car from Ruu Burcaw and Roney moved to Amend that the i no Barj placed immediately above the pm i Cam Iru age indicates to Tho Engineer the amount Tuscarora Academy Academia a. X Boak mag Sci Iorii for Hoys tilt Wei Sci Oil Yeu will begin sept. Twi. Moro than Tymn it us Tinpui in Ivy bal it it a Pir to for Bueno a Ami for col Loija. Flt or Bird Lair. Vul it Lair Furdis ipod room Multi of in All the Branch Quot Tana lit. Of capt of a a a sch Hod Asa a a Quot Quot a Ivy ?efc�o5la. My a prlucll�?�,1�. Itic 8i�?Th Gnu a. To. K. Military m d of Vul Anub Tenien. Fall new a on 1j. For catalogue address Tho principal. classical Institutea tt.m.1 and a a of school for Yonna Mon Aud buys. Torts moderate Bond for a . Hoy. Al. Flux Paniku principal Alki Tino in Tiik Llo Ahl of . A in Cal meeting of the to turd of controllers was held ill the Courell chamber of the evening of Yip list 7th. 1�?Trescut�?messrs. Burcaw Cooper Dillinger , Orles Mclean Toney and runic president. The following Bills were ordered to be paid s j. Winslow Wood making out duplicates $40 Lewis Wolf amp co., �15 a Martin Mangca 4.75. A communication from the fifth Ward school Hoard was received bal the request of the Board had been anticipated by the publication of the before the request was acc Ciocu. Tho election of teachers for Tho High schools was postponed. Or. Cooper from Hie committee on course of studies reported on books of , Teques Lim or Herman in the in a bloc schools und the Latules for the government of Uio schools which report was received Dilli Ugur and erd Umu moved the adoption of racked the report so fur us it embraced text books. 1 fk1ia.i.k College bord Antonn n j. Furl the Lobo to Ducu tonal . By pm. D. School eve a Mountain Seminary _. bal look 10 h11 fur both Raol. A and 0�rlor Sci Oil in All it . I b a Mistou Popou sept. 6 a. I. a Plait now Jar of. Yuhsiou Uit us Quot of. W a. A Orlu Copal a Chuloy a Viu Taui Valley College Annville a. For catalogue address l. H. Hammond. A. Press but. Lebanon flt Virginia farms amp a a. For Salefive Fino farm. With j and foundry. Addrow owner hic aut 1rbv. If it Ralefive Fino farms with Mills and foundry. Add rom no. 1,000cary to Trot Richmond. h7�?�heni>ersox�?Ts family liquor cases. Sirs Quot to Quot a al Lse Iwa i a a but sold Duon a Price be \ in Hollars. O. I or Pou of Corder. Ii and Guion 1.� Broad it. Now sent by expire took embraced in the report except grammar be adopted. Lost. Oil Lual motion carried Burcaw dissenting. The following is the list of text Hooks adopted natural philosophy Cambridge series Bartholomew a drawing books and cards English literature Cleveland a moral philosophy m a Laud be Wamith a grammar. A let to wanted a Quot Quot a foot ii. Transmission of life. Cams in opt str. Nati us a. Vuk by bit. Naimsky. No Ilyf of the i i �.,t lie a of Ivou Uin Quot it Rio later to or . U s in a of it 5 Deuce tel but Aud p. Pillar i a by term Burn co. Imit i Here. Philadelphia i a. Of pressure in the to gement of Tho train is placed in his bands by Means of i Ali acc any cock by simply turning which to Cau lust Antly and effectively Stop the train without Tomt unpleasant jerking am bounding noticeable on All trains where hand or other brakes Are used or can As quickly release the Brake or Grade Halo it to any desired Speed a while the Brake Laeo adjusted that the Engineer wbk and exp asks it ill Mir new and a. Wagner a co. �?o0. A cuts a crop a Lurne Comoli Shiw la it a a a a in Raul Liivi Tilou. Addrow 51. In re Hall 511th mull it . Ime in. Uit a a Wyto lid Longcr and Mclean moved the adoption of can by Tapio a a Echelc ulv the of the committee on the la 9 nips Blo Fol. I a t0 get such Force is to t reduction of German which was As follows break a buy this Igor even lock or is he t he wheel. A a i per week in each school to the study of a a a Ron and Burcaw moved an amendment to Tom Rali. A he Tosum the Multi it optional with the scholars whether or not they will study German. Vole on amendment yeas Burcaw Erdman Mclean and Roney nays Cooper Dillinger urls and Runk 1 Resl Dent. Lost. On original motion All voted Yea except in Linen and report on rules for the government of the schools was read by sections and on motion of Orles and Erdman was adopted with unimportant alterations. It was resolved that the report and such other matters is the committee May decide upon be printed in pamphlet form under the supervision of the committee 0.1 course of studies. Oil motion of Roney and Dillinger it was resolved that the matter of the cleaning of be sixth Ward school building to referred to the building committee. On Quot Lon of Cooper and Roney it was re sorted that the president and Secretary he directed to sign the collectors warrants. _ Pii Kkt music instruction books Blank Hooks music paper and cards and Oil al no a of musical trimmings a Large Supply cons nut y on hand at c. Herr Unm a music Storo Allentown Brake Relei med iii id the in in hacked out of Dan ire at once be ii-1. Fay or we k to Ollir in it Etta not i l you Norma tip Ift. Gnu Rahb k api by of or Lutizio Lari. Atli ref a Mic Wius. $30. A tabla to. And i�1pi Dyer st Cly. A million dollars. Browd but quiet men Cau Tucako a Fortune by Rev caller theve Crel of Tho by Luv m us one. Ajro Edgar Simm Broadway. New York. Eau do Cologne Lawall amp Martin ait a tip my a a a i no. 722 Hamilton Street South West Corner of Hall Street. Something Nicktbo Eon pm at the City drug store of Bawoll a Martin a curd. A , August a 1871. To the members of the May convention and the friends of Temperance in Dennsi Lva Timathe undersigned members of the Central committee appointed by Tho authority of the convention held 111 Philadelphia May 18th and 10th last being present it Harrisburg deem it their duty 10 Tomt body and the cause generally to enter their solemn protest against Tho action of certain of their fellow members who in violation of the action of Tho convention in May Havo called and Aro tills Day holding a convention to nominate Independent candidates for auditor general and Surveyor general thereby ignoring the plan of action adopted in May lust Aud having been informed by Tho men cd aged in this movement that it is purely an individual Enterprise und that no Ono could to allowed to Tako part in Tho proceedings unless willing to pledge himself to carry out the objects named la the Call Aud having failed toot Talo any Chango of purpose 011 the part of those in Tho revolutionary movement to do hereby declare that the said convention and the nominations made by it Are in violation of the action of Tho May convention and without authority from the state Central committee. Jobu a t. Owen p. Coomie. Edwin ii. Coates. Stew arts marbleized slate mantels. Very Furze . a to it a Ruby of Eler it new and to self inlaid Raynn. _ to u Stewart amp co. To to Lith Aveao. Ual Rab and 3�oiu a of Yurk. Ua-3mdw capital $1,000,000. .10hn s. R Keesli k cd a. Oen Hal a Loo South Delaware ave., 11111-idei.fiha. Soluble pa01eio guano at kid used thick. Duro Mac Dlo ,., Farmer. A a Klate lift Iive Mun Klul a it great purposes \ drug store harm acid discomfort is caused by the use of purgative which Gripe and crack the system. Part Otic i rur Lativs i Maro Freo from All impure matter and Are mild Toul Bealts giving in their this season of tic year cramps and pains in the st Macli and bowels dysentery do Arriea a to. Are quite common and should he cheeked at once. Volition a i Anodyne liniment is the Best article that can be used la All such cases and should he Lieut 111 every family. Semis sask of fun Ltd lbt a for ?i1r2 i it Ili in us production afford Tho to a Larito flip a Excello Ueo. The com Tho Loro a Pual Heroit Kuar Antoo to u h a a. Brief chronicle. Town pumps local edit the. Roso Pink is Tho very a a Pink of propriety a Ali s so Sou. ,. A a now is the Elmo to Lay la a Winter Supply o Coal while Tho fuel is cheap and the Market in i. Text Wingier a member of Tho forty seventh regiment p. V., led at. Easton 0,1 saturday. A now awning of Tho modern Stylo is being erected in front of Christ Sauer s and Tho adjoining store. Ladilla Soo Quorn stale., Aad us by John n. Bettik amp co., a general agents for the company. Liberal discount to dealers Aux to 2 he

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