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THE OHIO DBMOCEAT, tflfojitSDAY, DJLCEMBLR 2 ltt9&.
MEN AND MATTERS.
A Hnppv Now Year.
Rompols Bazaur for toys.
Rempels Bazaar for uovoltles.
Rempels Bazaar fur queenswaro.
Miss Ida Liu Is on the alok list.
'08 will soon bo a thing of tho
Holiday goods on display at Gbas
Good skating on tho ponds wost
Rob Wright Is homo
Rov. Harry Vallo Is homo
Col. F. F. Rompol is an Atbons
Mrs. J, Wi Strontz Is tho guest of
Editor McKay was a Capital City
C. E. Poston was a Nelsonviilo
visitor last week.
J. H. Jackson of Monday was up
to Logan yesterday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koppe,
Friday evening, h son.
J. F. Thompson of South Perry
was in town Monday.
Carlton Bright of tho U. S. A., is
homo on sick furlough.
Lehman & Tllton for Holiday
candies and nuts.
Rempel's Bazaar for queenswaro,
toys and novelties.
Rov. Maishall Harrington Is
home for tho Holidays.
C. B. Taylor of McArthur was a
Logan visitor last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hood of Lan
caster are Logan visitors.
Denuis Morarlty Is down from
Columbus for-tho Holidays.
Adam Poling of Wobb tiuinmltt
was a Logan visitor Tuesday.
Upton Smith is tho guest of
Gr.lltpolls friends this week.
Mrs. Goo. 8mith of Columbus is
the guest of Mrs. L. C. Sparks.
O. M. Bowlby of the O. P. spent
Christmas with Logan relatives.
Miss Bird White was the Christ
mas guest of Capital city friends.
Miss Mina Rempel has as her
.guest Miss Carrie Lutz of Columbus.
Miss Mattle Johnson of Carbon
JHIII Is visiting Mis Lillle Nixon.
.Zekoend Daisy wilt be at the
Opera House Saturday Eve Jan 7.
Hiss Jennie Ryan of Athens is tho
guest ot her,slflter Mrs. J. F. White.
Miss Ma&le Poatan-oTNelsonvllle
s the guesj oFMrs. J. B. Dollison,
Datv Morarlty of the W. & J . Belt
Ll-ae s home-1 nursing a broken
Mlas Evallno Bowen is home
from tho'"Western" for the Hoi!
Miss Bessie Braddock was tho
guest of Nelsonviilo relatives last
Mrs. Andrew Dun of Lancaster
was the guest of Logan friends this
JDont forget the Homo Entertain
cnent at Opera House tomorrow
"Daisy the Missouri Girl," is tbe
nest attraction at Rem pel's Opera
Ex-Sherlfl Dan Wright of Marlon
tp., lsabuslness visitor to Lancaster
Miss Florence Pond Is the guest
of the Misses McGlllvray of Mc
Arthur. Miss Maggie Miller of Lancaster
swaa the Christmas guest of Logan
Go to Rempels Bazaar ' where
you get the best goods for the least
When you aro taking in Logan
don't forget to call on Sparks and
For dress shirts ami night robes
and Holiday gifts come to Chas
D. M. Solid ty of Carbon Hill was
a conspicuous figure on uur streets
Miss Muud Bright of Dayton la
.the pleasant guest of Miss Etta
Tbe Misses Ida and Minnie
Hartley aro' guests of Lancaster
Herbert Sanderton of tho O. S. U.
came homo for the Christmas
Mrs. F. S. Fursell and Miss Helm
Pursell wore Lancaster visitors
A nice suit of underwear la use
ful. Call at Gbas Rose's tho best
lino In town.
Master Curl Van Horn Is visiting
Jils uncle, Ed Todrow, at Nelson
viilo this woek.
The Logan Schools cloaod last
IFriday for vacation until Tuosday
Jan. 3rd, 1809.
Miss Evallne Harrington of
Woostor Is enjoying tho Christmas
Holidays at home,
Monday was observed as a legal
(holiday by tho Post Office, banks,
.and nubile library,
Mr. Geo, Zlnk of Lancaster at
tended tho Christmas Ball Monday
Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Whlto wcro
thu Christmas guests ot Athens
Miss Lucllo Alien is visiting at
St, AloyMus Now Loxington this
weok, tho guest of Miss Viola
Prof, and Mrs. J. H. CookBon of
Now Lexington were Sunday visit
ors to Logan.
Dr. Beery of Union Furnaco
mado his weekly visit to Logan
Tno prices of admission to
"Daisy, the Missouri Girl" aro 85,
CO and 60 cents.
Stiors&Co's. prices on
Wraps have all been re
duced and they have the
largest stock to select
from in the City.
Mrs. Dr Allen, nee Saumnlg, of
Circloville is tho Holiday guest of
Russol Butin was tho . Christmas
guest of his daughter, Mrs. Rev.
Haig, of Columbus.
Miss Leota Smith following a
pleasant visit at Pt. Pleasant W. Va.,
has returned homo.
Sam WoBtall of Column u was
circulating among the business
men here last week.
Editor Green of tho Sentinel is
reported as being quite seriously ill
tho past several days.
E. P. Krieder returned last even
ing from a business visit to Canton
and Massiion, Ohio.
Mr. Charley Biohaut of Green
ville, Ohio is visiting his grand
mother Mrs. G. Biehaut.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Horn
and son Master Harry were Capital
City visitors this week.
Mrs. Ellen Armstrong of Lan
caster is the guest of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Acker.
We have added very
largely to our stock of
China and Queensware for
the Holiday Trade and have
something entirely new in
China Dinner Sets In Pink
and Violet Decorations,
also Plain White.
Mrs. Rachel Glbbony of near
Carrol hasremoved'to Logan, Ohio.
&he .Misses Hattle Huston and
Ethylino Belt of Columbus. are the
guests of Logan relatives.
Large oil paintings, framed ready
'for hanging, twenty-five and fifty
cents, at Rempel's Bazaar.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith, neo
Fisher, of Palestine, O., aro visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fisher.
Miss Bertha Simmons of Canton
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. James
Patterson of the West End.
Box and Reserved Seat tickets
for Daisy, tho Missouri Girl now
on salo at Rempel's Bazaar.
Mrs. Dan Acker was called to
Clevoland by the illness of her
daughter Mrs. John Moore.
Lewie Hartman came down from
Lancaster Saturday to spend
Ohristmas with his parents.
Miss Ethal Karshner of Laurel
villo Is vlolting her grand parents
Judge and Mrs. J, B. Rlason,
A beautiful display of
Rugs in all sizes, rich color
ings, Smyrna, Moquette
STIERS & CO.
Harden & Co. 'are too busy to
writo up an ad this week. Ploaso
oxcuso and call just the same.
Mr. "Jack" McBride of Columbus
was tno unristams guest oi nis
mother Mrs. Sarah McBrldo.
Choice selection of Jardlnires
from fifty cents to five dollars at
Sparks and Smiths Drugstore.
Tho greatest line of Ladies um
brellas oyer shown In Logan. Don't
fall to see them at Chaw Roaos.
Pure unadulterated candles from
six to,fojty-- cents per pound at
Spa'f&s'and 8mlths Drugstore.
Chas Rose will bave tho greatest
variety of neckwear, Nothing liko
It anywhere. Come and Look.
Tho Misses Kate and Roso
Scanlon have as their guest Miss
Fiorenco Hoover of New Salem.
Mrs. J. W. Young and children of
Pt. Pleasant W. Va., is visiting her
paronts Mr. and Mrs Charles 6ratb,
Mrs. J. B. Dollison leaves today
for a several days. vUlt with Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Martin of CJrcloville.
Fon Rent 5 room Dwelling
J. M. Floyp, Logan, Ohio.
You will find Stiers &
Co. an extra large stook
and a. splendid hjssoi tment
of Prints. Mugiins, Outings,
prices mucn iow r than a
Miss Mary M. Taggart, tho ac
complished soprano will sing at
Opera Houso Friday ovonlng Dec.
Mrs. Bon FIshor of Union Fur
nace was the guost of her paronts
Mr, and Mrs, Chas Smith last
A 75 cent wagon for 85 conts at
Rempels Bazaar Opora Houso
Block headquarters for toys of all
Messrs Boyd Rochester and Phil
Welch of Athens aro Logan visitors
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Col.
Will Fisher of Wellston is spend
ing thu Holidays at tho homo of
his paronts Mr. and Mrs. Lowis
Twenty-five and fifty cents will
buy a largo oil painting framed
ready for hanging at Rompol's
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wright of
Columbus were the guests of Mr
and Mrs, F. S, Pursell Monday
Miss Fannie Kime of Tarlton
who is attending our schools hore
spont Christmas with her parents
Stiers & Co. always keep
a large stock of Groceries
but their stock is especially
large just now on account
of the Holiday season.
California Fruits, Canned
Goods, Holiday Confec
tions, Fancy Candies, Or
anges, Lemons, Cran
berries, Mince Meat, Eng
lish Walnuts, Almonds
H. G. Robinson, a traveling sales
man for a Louisville wholesale
houso is tho guest of his uncle E. P.
There are being rehearsed some
heavy chpruses of twenty voices
for the Now Year's servlcos at tho
M. E. church.
Mr. and Mrs. INlcj: Eberts are
visiting at Parkersburg, W. Va.,
the guest of their daughter Mrs.
For (he. latest styles aud best
goods in watches, chains, bracelet!,
rings, etc., go to Robor's, James
Block, Logan, O,
If you Want to raako a Holiday
present call at Chas Rose's and
look at handkerchiefs. An elegant
line to Belect from.
Go and hear Lou Gage In his
great hit, Nigger, nigger, never die,
at Home entertainment, Opera
House Deo. 80th.
Call for a ten dollar card which
will give you ten por cent discount
on all purchases at Spaika and
If you, are looking for
Holiday Goods don't Fail to
call at Stiers & Co., as you
know their reputation
alone that line for pretty,
useful and ornamental ar
ticles at this time of the
Bpeelman in his inltable clog and
John F. Noris step will be one of
the features of the Home entertain
It was not an altogether green
Christmas- after all as mother
earth received a light coat of snow
as a Christmas gift
Lancaster Sunday Democrat
says John O. Bright of Logan took
out a license Saturday to wed a
Thurston young lady,
. Mr. Chester Cavo of Circloville is
spending the holidays with his
aunt Mrs. Mahala Cook and other
relatives of Logan.
A nice leather valise makes a
nice Holiday gift. Call at Chas
Roso's. Greatest valise's in all
lines at Chas Roso's.
Mrs. Will Moore of Cleveland is
again a resident, temporarily, of
Logan, Mr. und Mrs. Moore having
given up hoqso keeping.
A good Black Beaver
Jacket or Cape for $2.65
at Stiers & Co.
Mrs. Ella Lin and con John and
Miss Nellie following a protracted
visit with Indianapolis friends re
turned homo last evening.
Mr, Harley Karshner of the
Probato Court spent Christmas
with his parent, Mr. and Mrs.
David Karshner of Laurelvllle.
Beforo making your Holiday
purchases our roaders wilt consult
their own best interests by visiting
Lehman & Tllton'a beforo buying.
Tho Misses Bollo Brooke of
Maryaville and Emma Brooke of
Delaware are spend.ng- the Holl
days with their parents here
Roy. H. W- Walker pastor of the
Trinity Lutheran Church Is spend
ing the holidays at Cleveland the
guest of his father Rov. J, J.Walker.
On next Sunday evening at the
Vesper services Fr. Powors will
gnawer the questions placed In the.
(Question Box during tho last month. 1
New Lexington has a family oi
lepors within, Its cbnlhos and Iihh
appoalod to tho tato Board f
Hoalth to qo something for tht-ni.l ijtn,Mll u, ,,..H,. in limiting a
Tea and tabfespoonsj'i'knlve un.l nu-rry ilirtntiiiup r tu ihudren
forks, tho besi goods for the leant .t the Horn.-, and o-peelnlly do
rannnu at TtnhnrV T.nfrnn. O. W MllfV Wish til tllnnk little J"" "
engravo everything bought here
IUUMVJ mw v - ,
Storllng Silver Book, h ml Hat
marks, penholdors, paper knives,
ombrordery scissors, hail Alex, etc.
at Robor's. Everythibg engraved
Rev. Stewart of Parkersburg who
has nccoptod a call to the First
Presbyterian church will 'aMUim
his pastoral work Sun tiny January
Mrs. J, P. Stropes of Indianapolis,
Ind,, Is'vlsltlng in Logan the guext
of her' mother Mrs. J. W. Beeui
and grand parentH. Mr. and Mrs.
Lefyman ATMIoiMOCtenducordial, through the vallHjr tut'iHuta-ivIM-,
Invitation to our readers to" call 'ami aui-eeeded in (irliuritijr hark
and Inspect their Hue of Holiday
oandlos and nuts before making
Messrs J. C. Rnt'tenwald of Co
lumbUB, Ohio, and FA. lttctpiiwnld
of Charleston, W. Va., are visiting
their parents Mr. and Mr. John
Rectcuwald or N. Wuluut-Bt.
Miss Mabel McCoriiilck ono of
Logan's most suiM-essful ttirnno,
is called to Somerset to take parti
in a' musical entertainment to
given in that city this evening.
You are invited to call at the
store uf F. Harrington and eo the
display, he has now on exhibition,
of goods suitable for Holiday pres.
ents at prices thatdefv competition.
Thu simple announcement that
Zeke and Dulsy in "The Missouri
Girl" will be at the Opera lluue
Saturday evonlng J un 7," ought to
bo enough to pack the hou-ie
Mr. Ernest V. Reutinger and sister
Miss Elizabeth Reutinger following
a pleasant visit in this city tho guest
of their cousin Miss Minnie Delesle
returned to their home at Cbillloothe
Have your kept those good res
olutions during tho past year, If
not, with the ushering In -of the
new year try and do bettef.' You
can do It, for where there's a will
there's a way.
Judge Weitzell who a couple ot
weeks ago took a party of miners to
LStrawn Texas to work in. th piines
there in wbion hio brother, Mr. incit
Weitsell is interested returned
homo last Thursday.
The latest popular books, poems,
children's books, bibles, hymnals,
albums, pictures, and a complete
lino of elegant stationery at- about
half the usual prices.
Mr. Dick Yent of Kokoma Ind is
visiting in Lojan the guest ,bf Mr.
and Mrs. John Schempf. Dick will
render a saxaphono solo at' the
Homo .entertainment at the Opora
House to-morrow night.
A feature of the entertainment
Onera House Dec, 80th, and a
feature well worth the price of ad
mission alone, will bo a Down in
Dixie cake walk by the famous
Logan Cresent Dancing club.
W. J. Doebele and E. J. Llndloy
will start a dancing class' at
Hartman's Hall, Tuesday Jan 8,
1899. Ladles class from 7 to 8
Gentlemen 8 to 0. Admission 25
cents per lesson to everybody,
Dr.G. W. Dollison, is filling his
usual professional appointment in
Good Hope township today. He has
established a branoh oflloe at the
home of Wm, Brown and is building
upagoodpraotico. His regular days
there are Thursdays and Fridays.
Our Logan merchants report an
excellent trado last week. We
pride ourself In saying that not a
small part of this report is due from
the generous use of printers jnk
and especially thoso of our mer
chants who mado use of the
columno of the Ohio Democrat.
The New Commercial House Just
vaoatod by C. M. Whltmor has been
leased by Mr. Harley Karshner
cleric of tho Probato Court. Harley
is a young man of huBtlng"qrAlitlos
and we bespeaK that he willktaice a
whole souled landlord. The Hotel
under its" new management will be
opened for custom next Monday.
Harden A Co, Logan's enterpris.
Ing Furnlturo dealers were so rush
ed with work this, week that they
were unable to wait on many oft
their customers. They wish us lo
say that they have secured ad
ditional help and are now fully
prepared to wait on their many
FOX & HILDEBRANDT.
Ftgi, porlb (,..,.,, ,..., 12a
Date. por lb..,., ,,,,,,.,,,, ,, to
Peanut and Coconut Candy, per lb, So
Fancy Box Candy, per box,,,., ., go
RnglUu Walnuti, pr lb.,.,,,.,,,..,,,,,, 10c
Baldwin Applet, per pk ,,, JOo
Oraosea, tars, per do, ,.. 8j
None Suota, Nw England Mine Heat
and Pumpkin, per qk ...,. to
Sweet Hldor( per SftDon., Po
Elliot Cracker. tt In towp.W lb.,..8ABo
auakwOata, par package ..,... o
' FOX & HILPIIHANDT,
Grocers and Dry Goods $ttwlantif
n aa or hur cp,, Lfat o.
NuiiriuttrnU'iit lOdlor nd those
Htit liurlly .t tue Orphan'- Home
w - h n tlmnk tho g I it-plo of
nd hi esteeinnble mother for hav
Imr originated and made a nun-en,
tin- grand time hud.
C. M. Whltmor the popular land
lord of tho Now Commercial has
sovered ills connection with that
hoBtlorlo uitd shipped hid furniture
to Portsmouth. Mr. Whitiner was
also manufacturer of proprietory
medicines and was a valuable ac
quisition to our city und wo are loth
to boo him leave, but what la our
loss Is Portsmouth's gain.
John White ami Tmn W. hi-, two
Of Lngun'ri et'le'T iti-1 lui itervi
came down to Atli n 'llni! -'tn. ,
anil in company wllli 1 1 l&.'itn
wamleri-il over tin- 1.111m Htid
with them forty bir.tr-. No douhl
tho bird wished it had been Fri
day. Athens Guzutle,
Mr. John TenuyhlU one of Lognn'a
repeated and pioneer citizens died
at his late homo on last Fiiduy utter
a protracted Illness of several
months duration, Formerly Mr.
Tonnyhlll whs a bulldog oontruutor
but of lato yours ho conducted tho
Racket store oh East Main street.
Tho deceased was In
auother fifth year. Obituary
tlrn. A. M. Pool) died at her
home iu Silver Ctyf Inwa, on No
vemher 20, of rather, Her maiden
name was Hannah Sudlow, and
she was horn neaf Star P. O.,
Hnekintr rnuuty, Ohio, on March
2(1, 1864 Sue went to Iowa in 1877,
where nlie married A. M, Poole,
who survives her. Shu leit no
oil il iren.
The Bonier News sayn: The
ladles of Stump's ehurph will hold
a festival at Wilkinson's Hall,
Laurelvllle, on New Yaar's Ky.. .
....Henry Morris slipped two car
loads of cattle and two double
deckers of hogs, to East Liberty,
last week Laurelvllle has a
lady barber In tho person of Miss
Hattle Martin, who is running a
chair in Will Dawson's shop.
An event of great interest to the
astromomical world opcurod Tues
day evening when the moon passed
Into total eclipse. The exact hours
when this wondorful bit of heaven
ly panorama took place was be
tween 4:37 and 7:80 p, m.
This passing of tho earth between
the moon and the sun was witness
ed by many of our citzons and was
a sort of transition from light of
obscurity well worth witnessing.
Slowly the moon entered the earths
shadow. Just as the moon was
half under the shadow tho Bight
was very impressive,
When the ecllpuo was about half
on tho sky became cloudy and tho
observers were forced to be content
with the display which they had
There are usually four eclipses of
the moon each yoar, but are only
partial eclipses. The eclipse of
Tuesday evening when the silvery
glitter of the fair Luna was obscur
ed was tbe first total eclipse which
has been visable in Logan for
Shorr Bros. Cigar Factory
Shorr Bros. Cigar factory was
burglarized last Sunday night and
we understand a lot of loose tobacco,
oigars, stogies and plug tobacco
taken. A small slot machine stand
ing on the cigar counter was also
broken into and the contents carried
off. Entrance was effected by break
ing a pano of glass from a side
window and pushing in a long pole
liftod tho cross bar from tho large
double doors and then forcing them
open. The matter had been kept
quiot in the hopes of apprehending
the thief or thieves but without
success thus far.
Reliable man for Manager of
Branch Ofllco I wish to open in this
vicinity. "If your record is O. K. here
is a good opening. Kindly mention
this paper when writing.
A. T.Kobbib, Cincinnati, O.
Illustrated catalogue 4 cts. postage.
Any person bav lug purchased or
had pawned to tbero a pair of large,
circular, engraved, old fashioned,
gold OAr-rings, will doagreatklud
ncss If they will report same at this
ofllco and receive tholr money for
same. They aro valued only as an
The Logan Natural Gas and Fuel Co.
XTOTIOE ti hereby given tbat there will be
a n roeetiDK or the toekholdert of the Lo-
8 an Natural Om Kuel Company of Logun,
Mo, for the election of director! and euch
other balne a may properly be preeented.
f.t the office of the Logan Natural Otut A Kuel
Joiupaiiy on north ilde of Main street In the
village of lgan. Ohio, on Thnraday the IMx
day of January, lBTO at 10 o'clock a. iu,
uy oi j.uu.,.,, LUM1KII. Praildent.
Morry Doings of tho Weok
Among tho Elite of
A Series of Fetes, Halls, Parties
The Tourists togother with
sovorul guests wcro banquetted at
the homo of Mrs. G. O. Weitzell
Monday evening.' Tho rooms wore
prettily decorated for the occasion,
imong tho floral decorations were
potted plants, crysanthumumsand
'erns. Among tho features which
-i-nde tho evening ploasant were a
nundrum contest, doukey party
ml Christmas tree, tho latter no
a bt being by far the most pleas-
i t foaturo us tho tree contained a
ptesent for euch individual guest.
During the evening tho guests
v er furthor entertained by some
excellent vocal nnd instrumental
selections by Mesdames H. L.
Wright and C, E. Bowen and Mies
Uerlha McManigai. Tho menu of
i he banquet we are informed was
very elaborate Tho out-of-town
uuctri were Mrs. J. P. Stropes,
Indianapolis Ind., und Mrs. Dr.
Tho Christmas Ball and supper
given .Monday evening by a num
In r of young gentlemen of Logan
at Impel, O. R. M. Hall was quite a
iweli affair. The Commodious
hall for the occasion was a mass of
hunting eutertwined with num-
rnus wreaths of holly. Tho floral
leconitloiirt were potted plants and
ferns. Music was furnished by
the Frei-iner orchestra. The sup
per which was quite elaborate was
luriiishud ly '-Mine Host" Ambrose
of tho Hotel Rempot. During the
evening tho dancers wore Borved
with lemonade punch. About fifty
couple were in attendance.
The Joyful Christmas tide just
passed was a pleasant ono for Mr.
and Mrs. John Reotonwald sr. The
hearts of this halo and hearty old
couple was mado glad by the gather
ing together of all their children
under tne family roof tree ana an
old fashioned family reunion enjoy
ed. Afterwards tho aged couplo
accompanied by their children 're
paired to tho Art Studio nof Milt
Martin where a group picture was
taken of the entire family, May
their stay among us bo lengthened
and tholr future Christmas gather
ings be always as pleasant.
Bust Bee Masquerade.
The Busy Bee Klondyke Sewing
Circle were pleasantly entortained
with a masquerado social by Miss
Lulu Bright at tho homo of her
paronts, Judge- and Mrs, S. H. Bright
of Glen View Heights Tuesday eve.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dollison en
tertained at dinnor Christmas Mr.
and Mrs. Webster Poston and Misb
Mable Poston of Nelsoaville.
Mrs. A. H. Brooke will entertain
the THE Whist club to-night.
Thimble and Art.
Mrs. J. F. White will entertain
the members of the Thimblo and
Art Circle tomorrow evening.
The Tourists will be the guests
of Mrs, C.'E. Bowen this evening.
Mrs. Will White entertained
with a family dinner Christmas
Day. Covers were laid for eight.
F. E. Brooke of Upper Sandusky
is home for tho Holidays and was
entertained at several sittings at
Whist at the rooms of the Gentle
men's Whist Club.
Mrs. W. F. Kessler ploasantly
entertained yesterday with an
afternoon tea In honor of her houso
gueBt, Mrs. Albert Ulium of Mc
The young folks Whist club havo
Issued Invitations for a watch meot
Ing Saturday evening next at the
home of Miss Hattie Jut-rgensmeir.
A numbor of tho young people
will trip the "light fantastic" at the
Knight's or St. John Hall, Hart
man Block, this ovonlng.
Tho Misses Hall, entertained the
M. E. Choir with a pleasant re
ception and taffy pull on last ove
ning, at their home on North Mul
Miss Dora Buschemeyer of Lab
caster Is being entertained by Mlas
Tho Misses Finney entertained
tho Pedro Ciub at their homo
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Judy enter
tained with a family dinner Christ
Notes From Every Part
the Civilized World.
Lady Cook, who was Tonnesseo Claflin,
will enter business in London as a stock
President McKlnley says that ho will
send tho poaco treaty to tho Senato on
Mr. Knaak, an American accused of
slandering tho Gorman Emperor, was
aoqulttod in Berlin.
Tho awful soorots of CabanaB and
Morro at Havana have boon destroyed
as far as possible.
T. E. Wardnor, editor of tho Boston
Traveller has been sont to jail for con
Tho battleship Orcsron will be ordered
to Manila, whllo tho Iowa will go to
San Francisco for repairs.
By tho explosion of a powder maga
zlno at Hanp-Chow throo thousand sol
diers aro said to havo been killed.
Throo prominent business mon havo
been summoned to court in Darien, Ct.,
charged with playing golf on Sunday.
Tho damage to tho battleship Massa-'
chusotts will take six woeks to repair
and will cost between $30,000 to 140,000.
Tho American Federation of Labor
ro-oleotod Samuel Gompers Presldont,
and adjourned to meet in Detroit next
Tho Director of tho Mint has report
ed that tho United States Government
now has more gold than any nation on
Lllluokalanl has formally protested
to the Senato against assumption of
sovereignty ovor tho crown lands of
In Its preliminary roport the Nlca
raguan Canal Commission places tho
cost of building the waterway at 8133,
000,000. Congress will authorizo partial im
provement of Now York Harbor, leav
ing the full work to bo provided for in
Cubans havo been warned by an
American proclamation not to molest
Spanish troops after evacuation next
Multiplex telegraph apparatus cap
ablo of sending ten messages over a
ilnglo wire simultaneously will bo test
ed this weok.
Tho report that tho British Ambas
sador wan ordered to negotiate for tho
abrogating of the Bulwer-Clayton
treaty is untruo.
An employe of tho Standard Oil Com
pany in Cleveland testified that ho had
assisted In burning a largo number of
tho company's books.
Roar-Admlral William T. Sampson
has arrived in Washington from New
York, in response to orders from tho
Cuptaln-Gonerul Castollanos has in
formed the Commissioners in Cuba that
tho evacuation of Havana would bo
completed by January 1.
The donation of $20,000 worth of
property by Mrs. Fuller, of Bayonne,
N. J., to tho Salvation Army will bo
fought by her half brothers.
The Popo. on recoivlntr Christmas
greetings, said it was time for Europe
to unite to stop "unheard-of outrages
and savage exterminations."
John W. Bookwalter, who has just
spent three months In Russia, says wo
will make a woful error if we fail to re
tain that country's friendship.
A special cable despatch from Havana
says that Major-General Mert-itt was
offered the post of Governor-General of
Cuba, but declined to accept.
The announcement was mado at the
annual meeting of Keoly motor stock
holders at Philadelphia, Pa., that tho
Inventor's secret died with him.
A special cable despatch from Manila
says that minor insurgent officers have
revolted against Agulnaldo and at
tacked towns held by his troops.
Percy M. Jaffray, centre rush of tho
Harvard University Football Team,
died suddenly at Cambridge, Mass.,
from an attack ot spinal meningitis.
Negotiations are reported to bo in
progress for the consolidation of all tho
Missouri lead companies with the inten
tion of forming one large corporation.
Rear-Admiral George Dewey is now
tho ranking officer of the United States
Navy, having attained that position by
the retirement of Roar-Admiral Bunce.
President McKlnley returned to
Washington from his trip in the South.
He expressed great satisfaction with
the reception everywhere given to him.
Adlutant-Genoral Corbln testified be
fore the Investigating Commission that
no preparations wore mado for war un
til Congress passed tho official declara
tion. It is stated that Secretary of the Navy
Long has decided to resign at an early
day. although ho has not formally
made known his intention to the Presi
dent. Messenger boys have been robbing
in aiaies uovei
States Government by usinir
cancelled revcuue stamps instei
ad of tho
ones given to them by Wall street, New
The Navy Department has sont a gen
eral order to all of the nine naval stations
that tho strictest economy is to bo ex
ercised In all expenditures of public
money until fuither orders.
The State Department has not yet
boen advised ot tho reportod negotia
tions of an extradition treaty between
the United States and Mexico. The
present treaty is about to expire.
The Scorpion has arrWed at Tomp
klnsvllle, N. Y., the Boston at Manila,
the Marietta at Port Llmon, the Leb
anon at Havana, and tho Mayflower has
sailed from Santiago for Manzanlllo.
Klondike mail to Nov. 21, the first'
received In six wooks, was brought to
Seattle by Jack Carr. He reports that
2500 miners aro on their way out of tho
diggings. 500 being at tho foot of tho
ohain of lakes.
Representatives of many New York
business firms, alleging that they had
been swindled by Mrs. Louise Vermeule,
appoareVl to prosecute hor, and her al
leged accompiico, weary r. urosher,
has been arrested.
The New York delegation which ap
peared beforo tho House Rivera and
Harbors Committee to urge the im-
Erovemont of Now York Harbor has
oen given assurance ot the support ot
the committee by its chairman.
Knglneer Felled at BU real.
Plainfield, N. J., Deo. 23. Engineer
R. J. Whltty, who runs Engiue 670 of
tho Philadelphia and Roadtng Railroad,
met with a serious accident while run
ning his freight train westward through
Rosolle. He had his head out ok tho
window looking backward to sea it his
train was all right, when It came in
contact with tho hoary wooden braces
supporting an overhead bridge. Whltty
became unconscious and fell to the floor
ot his cab. Tho fireman stopped the
train, and, dotachlng the locomotive
from the cars, brought Whitty to this
city, where he was romoved to Muhlen
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