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SHENANDOAH. PA.. MONDAY. NOVEMBER (5. 1899.
ONE CENT VOL. XY.-NO. GO 1 V Sold For Cash op J. P. Williams & Son, 13 S. (Via In St., Shenandoah, Pa. I2 0'HARA'S FOR m lit if OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE Cor. Lloyd nnd White Sts., SHENANDOAH and Morgan's Fancy s TOVES. WALM'S HARDWARE STORE. Ranges.- -Guaranteed taste. to Heaters. "Double ancj s;ngiei at prices from $5.00 1 to ips3V.UV. Stove Boards. -stove thing you The New Clothing Store.; Come and see the fine clothing you can be attired in for a small amount of money. Our stock is new and stylis'i. No shopworn goods. Every garment is guaran teed. We have just received the ripest line of Overcoats at very low prices. A purchase means a saving to you from $2.00 to $3.00 Our shoes for fall aud winter wear are a splendid assortment. All new, servicable and stylish. Underwear of all Kinds. TBS NEW 38 North Watson Building. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX0XXXXXXXJ NEW GOODS. fooexxxxxxxxxx We have just received a full stock of Choice New Fruits. New Prunes. New Figs and Dates. New Valencia Raisins. New Muscatel Raisins. New Seeded and New Cleaned Currants. New Evaporated Peaches. NEW CITRON and LEMON PEEL. New Mackerel. Our mince Meat. We Sell the Best Only. New Buckwheat Flour. At McPhail Pianos. For 6o yeats made o honor Sold on merit. Strictly High Grade. Hi Ml) PIANOS AND OTHER MAKKS. lo ascd on Time. FURNITURE AND MUSIC STORE. AND CONNECTIONS. (lain Street, MAHANOY CITY. U-Want Your Money Back? Well, you will get the full worth of It In wear lug our FAST BLACK IIOSK at 15 to 25 cents and that la the same thing: as the cash. We Iipivo an elegant stock for children, ladles and gents. From 7 cents per pair upward. UPHOLSTERY U-WANT-A new lot of upholstery FHlNaES.and U I MI'S to renovate that lounge or chair. ve nave mem, Bazar, 23 North Mam st. bake and cook to your own pipe and elbows and every want when setting up a stove. STORE, Main Street. HARRY LEVIT, Prop. JXXXXXXXXXXXXK Seedless Raisins. NEW SWEET JAMAICA ORANGES, Cranberries. KEITER'S. FOUR MEN SMOTHERED. Cnuglit In Kuril of Culm at T.nwrrnca Colliery, Tlio Ijiwrctiro colliery. at Mabanoy Plane, was tlio sceno of a luost distressing accident Saturday, tilnht nt nlno o'clock. Four out of seven men in cj Ml with by being smothered by sudden rush of culm from tlio surface Into the brrast In which they wero engaged In making repairs. Tbo victims were Michael Drabig, Hun garian, 24 years old, single, and a resident of Maizevllle ; Georgo Lutchar, Hungarian, 3a years old, single, resilient ol Maizevllle; George Boils, 1'ole, 33 yuais old, resident (if Qllberton andleaveaa wife and ohlld; Gus tavo Kunlawicz, l'ole, 3C years old, resident of Gllbcrtoii, leaves a wife and three chil dren. The brotsl lu which tbe accident occurred s a quarter of a mile from the slope. The culm from the breaker of tbe colliery Is washed out through troughs and soattured evenly over the siirfaco above the breast where tlio men were smothered to a depth of from 111 to 20 feet. Tho bicnat was worked up about 53 yards from tho gangnay and stopped there, leaving 13S feet of coal between tho face of tho breast auil the surface to prevent a onvo-iu, and also as a feguard to keep water from running iuto the mine, But, It Fcctns, that at this partic ular point tho overlying strata must have be come frlablo and dislocated, and during the past few months tho measures must have been spalllng oil until tho thickness became so thin that an opening to tbo surface took place Satunlay uight. With tho waiter from Friday's rains, tbo culm or silt, rushed through the small crevices, blocking tho gangway and tho monkey, or return, airway and forced tho seven men working in that airway out with considerable violence, weitwardly. Three of tho men escaped down 211 chute aud roached tbe gangway In safety. Tbo four victims must have been following them nnd, In the rush, were overtaken by tho culm and smothered to death. Had tho men continued out tho return airway, westwardly, Instead of down tho chute, all would have escaped. Two mules were abandoned in the gang' way by tbe driver when tho rush of culm took place aud wero held there hitched to the wagon. Tho culm gathored about them until it tilled up to their bonds. Tho mules wero taken out alivo last uight. Kontawicz s body was recovered at six o'clock this morning. It was lu 215 chuto, From the position of the body it was evident that when the victim was smothered ho was in tbo act of getting through the manhole of the chuto. Tho other bodies aro still missing, but their recovery is expected before to-mor row. From Investigations thus far made it would seem that tbo accident was one that could uot bo foreseen. Mino Inspector William Stein, InspoctorT K. Edwards and Surveyor W. Q. Gregory, of town, spent the greater part of yesterday, last night and to-day at tho colliery. Gas mantels, 10 and 15 cents. Orkin's ewelry and musio store, 7 S. Main St. tf Deaths and Funerals Hon. Francis P. Dewees, a former resident of Pottsville and. a prominent member of tbe Schuylkill county bar, died at his home in Washington last eveuing. He is survived by three children, and his brother, Theodoro, residing at PotUvilio. Mrs. Coyle, a well known resident of Wm. Penu, died at an early hour at her home this morning, after a lingering Illness of many months. Deceased Is survived by three sons. Edward and Charles, who reside at home. and Demand, who is enlisted In the United 81816,1 service in tho,phiiiPPines. For the first time In the history of the county, not a temporary loan has been issued this year by the Commissioners. Vote for Knnlner ntut llftifr. Ttntitt1ttnn nnn,1t,1ntB ., A., A. AA, A Ai. .A sfcl Killed Ily Coal. Michael Sublck, a resident of South Jardln street, was instantly killed by a fall of coal In a gangway of the Turkey Bun colliery at 8:30 o'clock Saturday night. The deceased was a miner employed by William Linden mutb, a contractor, and was engaged with two laborers named Joseph Crook and Georgo Potts in robbing in a. gangway. It was about quitting time when tho accident occurred Sublck wont to relievo Crook in loading tbe last car. He took Crook's shovel and bad tossed about half a dozsn shovels full of coal into the car when a fall of top coal took place. It fell upon Sublck's head and shoulders, crushed htm to the bottom or tbe gangway and killing him instantly. Sublck was 33 years old. He has a wife In Poland. Cltlxens Party at Lost Oretk, The Citizens party of West Mabanoy township will hold their final meeting at headquarters at Ldst Creek No. S, at 7 o'clock to-night. Chairman David Thompson desires every voter to attend as special business relative to tbe closing of tbe campaign will be transacted. Interesting Service, The service in tbo Methodist Episcopal .church Inst evening was of a very interesting character. Rev. J. T. Swindells, tho pastor, preached an able sermon on a text take from Luke XXIII; 43, and Mis Llllie Dovey, of Wm, Penn, an excellent soprano, sang two Impressive solos, "The Holy City" and How Sweet tbe Name of Josus Sounds." Tho attendance at tbo service was very large. diiliLaiil(lu(Vlll(ildUUiuvlvbdikl(tltluyuViliilil Frank C. Reese. rf Kh.nan.ln.-il, vnn. ntnk. S- UITC U1LU JUU VUIC. Aitilnml Won, The foot ball game at Ashland on Saturday between tbe High school team of that rdaco and tbo Iligh Bcbool team of town, resulted in a victory for the former by a score of 32 to 0. Tbe Star eleven of town, showed up well at Mabanoy City yesterday afternoon in a game with the Mabanoy City team. Coouey, of tbe Stars, was credited with a touchdown. as was also Mclnerny, of Mabanoy City, Tho score resulted in a tie, 5 to S. Buy Royal Patent Flour, It Is tbo bost iu tbe market. New Fire Itoss. Thomas Watson, are boss at Hammond colliery, has resigned and accepted a position as tire boss at the Koliluoor colliery, aud will remove his family to this' place tbls week. Uauser's Up-to-Uate Stunt Slarket, Cherry and Chestnut streets. Try our p.p io. mm, sausage. ltepubllean Club Organized. The Lithuanian Citizens Ropublican Club was organized in Danowskl's hall yesterday afternoon. It enrolled 40 members and has elected William Poscka as their president. The Schley Orchestra Dance. Will be held In Bobbins' opera house, to night. If you are looking for a delightful I time, this It the place to enjoy it. It District Attorney's Office Under Democratic Rule. HAS COST THE COUNTY ooo IN INCREASED AND ILLEGAL FEES THE TAXPAYERS' ASSOCIATION GIVES THE FACTS. The "Chronicle" Again Called Down Mr. W L. Shenfer, the executive otllcer of tbo Taxpayers' Association, In the letters printed below, conies to tbe defense of Mr. .Iinrles E. llerger, the HcpuMloan nominee for District Attorney, respecting the attack nindo upon that gentleman by the Chronicle u Us issue of Saturday last. Mr Shoafer's first letter follows : A OA Bll My attention has been called to an article in the Chronicle of Saturd y, Nov. 4th, 1809, concerning Charles H Berger. as solicitor of tho county, during 1897, at which time tho County Commissioners were convicted of misdemeanor in otllceJ It should be remembered in this instance. as is wcil-knuwn to tup Chronicle, that tho principal prosecution was Drougnt against tne Hoard of Commissioners of 1891, UP5 and 1890, consisting of Messrs. Allen, Rentz and Martin. "During the tlmo the contracts were made and most of tho payments made on them. aud when other Illegal payments were made, for which they wero convicted, tbe Solicitor was Mr. Ulrich, of Tamaqua. who was nom inated by Mr. Martin. The Chronicle als remembers Mr. Ulrich on the witness stand in bis memorable con flict with Judge Pershing's statements, and that frequently lu tbo trial ho accepted re sponsibility for these contracts and payments. It was not until January 4, 1S97, that Mr. Berger was electod his successor. Mr. Martin voting against Mr, Berger. Mr. Berger's connection with tbo office was only after this time and we have no evidonco iu any case that Mr. Berger ap proved of any of tho payments made during the few mouths of 1897 that tbe Commis sioners acted on such bills. We have direct evidence that ho objected to such payments and Mr Berger bad such objection entered od tbo minutes. Kofer to tbo minutes of January 14, 1897. Solicitor Berger advised tbe County Commissioners that tho payment of any money as demanded by Mr. Ulrich (extra attorney fee) was illegal. Our Investigations have been entirely outside of politics, not confined to defects of one political party, and wo object to auy mis representation of statements for political ef fect. "W. L. SlIEAFEB. November 4, 1809." The Ashland News, a advises the Democratic friends of F. J. Brennan to vote for him only. It says Brennan will be sacri ficed south of the mountain. The political campaign In Schuylkill county is practically closed. Tho candidates aro put ting the finishing touches upon tho work tbey have done during the past two months. and will rally their forces to-morrow for the final charge, and then await the verdict of the people. Tbo Republicans have every reason to believo that their efforts will bo crowned with success, because their candidates deserve it. Tbey present a solid front, while in tho ranks of the enemy there is bickerings and charges of treachery. Usually, these charges are made for political effect, but most of those circulated iu this campaign, so far as wo can loam, are well authenticated. Watch carefully the movements of sonio of the Dem ocratic leaders, and you will doubt no more. Recognizing the great importance of hav iug the Commissioners' office managed by men of ability and integrity men who have been tried and found capablo and trust worthy, a number of prominent citizens of Pottsville on Saturday joined in a petition to the taxpayers of tho county. A perusal of tho names shows that tbe signers represent every channel of business and work, and in elude tbo representatives of the heaviest property Interests that our county possesses. Among tho siguors is W. h. Schaofer, execu1 tivo officer of the Taxpayers' Association; Heber S. Thompson, of the Glrard Estate; officials of tho Penna. and P. & It. railroads, tho Coal & Iron Company, leaning linkers, merchants and others of Pottsville. The petition is headed as follows : Wo, thn underslgucd cltlzeus of Potts vllle and vicinity, do hereby endorse tho candidacy of Horace F. Rebor and Frank R Kantner for County Commissioners, aud, bo liovingthat their election will be for tbo host interests of the people generally, we call upon the taxpayers of the county to throw unido partisan politics next Tuesday and vote for Messrs. Reber and Kautuer, who are pledged for continued Reform and Lower Taxes." V Dear reader, you will receive "confidential oirculare" from candidates during the closing hours of tho campaign. Pay no attention to them. Tbat kind of campaigning is the dark lantern style. A candidate that waits for tho closing hours to proseut his reasons for election is hardly woithy of support. Vote for those candidates who makeun open fight, and you will seldom go astray. The Pottsvillo Chronicle is again at its old tricks stultifying itself to boost the Demo cratic candidates. The Philadelphia Inquirer 10 itovoliirioniz.. mi j-into lltislnoss. Pittsburg, Nov. C. A charter was se cured In West Virginia today for the National Tin Pints company, with an authorized capital of ?3,000,000. Among the Incorporators aro ex-Governor Ileavor and State Senator Nelson E. Whitaker, of Wheeling, and William Rogers, of Loechburg, Pa. It Is said th new company will develop patents of Mr. Rogers which are expected to revolutionize tho tin plate business. Acids are done away with entirely,' which prevents oxidation and cor rosion of the plates. ANNUALLY OVERSls,- i The second letter of Mr. Shenfer deals more directly with tbe question as to nby the Taxpayers' Association compelled the hold up of salaries in the District Attorney's office, and Is as follows: A CARD. It is true tbat we have Investigated the District Attorney's office, and Its record for the past six years has been ventilated; that we called attention in D-cember, 1893, to tho loose methods and careless business conduct of tlio ollice during tho term of District At torney Bechtel and the former term: that we offered to furuish the detailed particulars of each case. "It is true that iu March, 1809, we referred these charges to tbe Commissioners for action; tbat iu April, 1890, wo referred them to the members of tho court and requested action tbat we would have taken if we bad the power, 'to prevent a continuation of the violation of law during several years in th office of tho District Attorney' and gavo detailed list of cases occurring during tbe last threo years alono, some 82 in number. "It is truo tbat In Juno, 1809, we called the attention of the Controller concerning payments of salaries In this District Attor ney's office, saying tbe office owed tho county some flO.OU) that was overpaid. Instead of the county owing the District Attorney's office some $-1,000 as claimed, and that pay ments for salaries in that office bo limited to tbo actual legal earnings of tbo office, and that such action bo taken to recover tho bal anco as you (Controller) may deem proper. It is truo tbat since this timo no salary has been paid to the District Attorney or his assistants, and no steps have been taken by them to collect It. "This mismanagement of the office of the multiplication of cases has cost the county each year for over six years at least $10,000 to $15,000 a year in Increased fees to the Dis trict Attorney's office and to justices, con stables and other court costs. lhese facts have all been made nuhllp and the Miners' Journal of the latter part oi" juiy, iwj, shows what dIUerence thero has been in the amount of costs, since tho Inves tlgatlon by us, a falling off of over one-third the cases and a saving of some f 10,000 this year alone. "V.' L. Sheafkr. "November 4, 1896." Democratic newspaper. on Saturday paid its respects to tho Chronicle and showed very conclusively that our oon temporary Is a "moral perjurer" in mis quoting tbo Inquirer on tho Judgeship. On Saturday the Chronicle made au attack upon Clmiles E. Berger, the Republican can didate for District Attorney, and tho Tax payers Association shows conclusively that tne Chronicle, In matters political, is not to be relied upon. Read what the Taxpayers' Association says of the District Attorney's oiuee, in mis column. George Oplo, one of tho Deruoeralln rvimll. uaics ior commissioner, is working hard to secure bis election as minority Commissioner, Ho has called for help from a Philadelphia organization, which has sent circulars throughout tho county appealing to race prejudices to secure votes for him. The people of the county will resent this outside interference with our affairs, but it goes to snow wuat ueperato measures ore being re sorted to oy tne Democratic oandidato Commissioner to secure the election s for minority member of tho Board. lhe Ashland News. Dcm.. savs: "The friends of i. J. Brennan, who Is a Demo cratlo candidate for County Commissioner. should voto for him alone, or Ople may beat him out for minority Commissioner, the same as when J, P. Martin boat Ms associate on the same ticket. P. J. Feriruson. l.sno uon i let nisrory repeat Itself." I he Pottsville Republican of Saturdav saya : It Is said deals are on to land Ople, ana mai rasu is uelug put out in large quau titles. Urennau is to be sacrificed, as the Ashland paper predicted somo weeks ago.1 rr i , , . i mini is a report, ana ii seems well au thentlcatod, that tho friends of one of th Democratic candidates for Commissioner, while canvassing tbo Rlngtown valley, also works for the election of a Republican candi date. Is there a deal on, and If so who will reap tbe benefit? Printed circulars mailed from Philadelphia to voters In this county of Welsh orgin, ap. pealing for their support for G. J. Wadllnger forjudge, have been received here. The letter Is signed by A. J. Jones, "chairman of tbe committee of United Cambrians." Thero is no such organization, neither Is the signer known iu this county. The peoplo receiving these circulars will Judge of Its purpose and the effect intended tbeieby, The only Welsh society In Philadelphia is tbe St. David's Society. Yotintt Olrl I'nttill.v lluruvd. Hurrisuurg, Nov. C Miss Marian Bowman, aud lu, daughter of Police man Lewis llowman, was fatally burned yesterduy afternoou at her home. Her mother tried to save her daughter and was also dangerously imrnen. miss uowman was using a curling Iron over a lamp, which ex ploded. Miss Clara Metcalf, clerk In J. Q, Bright's tore a,t Lost Creek, left Saturday morning tor Philadelphia, where she will enjoy week's vacation. POLICEMAN HEATON DEAD. in ttxplred Suddenly at Ilia Home SxUir day Night, MieliMl J. Ilea toil, one of the regular police of the borough, din) wtddwily at hi homo on KMt Lloyd street at shoot eight o'clock Saturday night. As an tops)' wa held last evening by Deputy Coroner OanllH and Dr. W. J. Scanlan, and tbe state -of death wm determined as paralysis of the heart The Coroner's Jury rendered a verdict ac cordingly. HeatonwMon day doty lt week. He went borne at about S o eloek Saturday even ing. He complained to his wife that he had a severe pain In the neek. Mrs. Healvn ap plied witb basel, after which Healnn went out. He was at the boon of the Phoeulx Piro Company for a while ami returned home at about 7 o'clock. While his wife wan pre parlng supper he reclined upon a couch in the kitchen. When the weal wm ready he ate two eggs and a piece of toaot aud drank two cups of coffee. He then went out again, but wan abaent but a abort time. Upon hla return he sat on a ehair for a few moment, aud then went to the oouoh In the klteben. About ten minutes later hit heavy breathing attracted bla wife's attention. She thought her hu- band was suffering from a fainting spell. Sbo applied wet elotbs to his head and sent a messenger for her husband's brother. James, ho was visiting at a neighboring bouse. He responded promptly and Dr. J. 8, Callen was summoned, but Heaton expired before tbo physician's arrival. Heaton was 48 years old and is survived by is wife, Knima, and six children ranging from 11 months to 18 years. Ho was born in Schuylkill Haven and had resided in this town since 1868. Ho was always employed in the mines until his appointment on tbe police force last Spring. The deceased was active in political circles and was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Commissioner In 1888. He was a member of tho Phoenix Fire Company. Tho funeral will take placo to-morrow morning. Pretty patterns lu cut glass and silver is displayed at Brumm's jewelry and music store. 10-Utf Itenlltlfut Itoom Decorating. A new ern in decorating a room baa been utroduced to tbe people of tbls vicinity by P. Canlin, the wall paper dealer. The decoratious of a room at bis residence is of French design and shows panels on the wall n carmine color bearing tbe i rench emblem, FleurdeLls." A border of sage green sur rounded with a gilt bead completes tbe effect. A high wainscoting is painted on tbe plaster, handsomely paneled and grained, ornamented with a photograph rail, something entirely new. The coiliug is of light green and is made compute with tho French coat of arms n several colors, one being painted in each of the four corners of the room. The entire effect is beautiful and reminds one of the art of bouse decorating of tbe 15th century. Hundreds of lives saved every year by having Dr. Thomas' Ecloctric Oil iu tho house just when it is needed. Cures croup, heals burns, cuts, wounds of evory sort. Slmnlrr Mult. The papers in a slander suit iu which Kills Geziusky and his wile Esther prosecutes Bernard Friedman for slander, wero Sled at 'ottsvllie on Saturday. Tbe parties reside u this town, and It is alleged this action is sequel to the recent trouble growing out of the organization of tbe Sons of Abraham iu this town. The defendant entered bail in the sum of $300. Wheu dizzy or drowsy take Heeciiam's Pills. The county mur on a cath bails, and every obligation of the county 1 being mt promptly, as a result of Republican administration. Con tinue this by vo tine for Reber and Kant ner for Commissioners. TIlK.VTIllUAr.. "TUB l'RODIOAL FATHER." America's foremost farce-comely organiza tion, headed ly that prince of cntertaluers. Lynn Wolcher, will present tbat ever-popular and funuy farce "The Prodigal Father" at Feiguson's thuatro to-morrow evening with the strongest combination of musical comedy talent ever organized. IU stirlingcxcellouce as a wholesome comedy is well known and it is full of new things this year, having been entirely rewritten, and will bo interpreted by tho following well known peoplo: Fanny Temple, Dirrow sisters, Marguerite Leslie, John F. Clark, T. C Dixon, Ed S. Jolly, Logan Williams aud others. "O'BRIEN, THE CONTRACTOR." In the second act of Daniel Silly's play. "O'Brien, tbe Contractor," a railroad is actually constructed in full view of tho audience. Thli is one of the most truthful and realistic stage pictures ever attempted At Ferguson's taeatro Iriday evening, No vember 10th. Energy all gone? Headache? Stomach out of order? Simply a case of torpid liver, Burdock Blood Bitters will mako a new n or woman of you. Unlucky Triumvir, From Pottsville Republican. Nichter, Ople aud Depow, It Is claimed, are putting out cash galore to influence weak kneed Republicans upon whom tbey must de pond to save themselves from defeat, These men have opened their barrels. This tiio have combined in their own Interests, and Nichter Is to look after Pottsville, Port Carbon aud St. Clair, upon which the Republican depend for iarge majorities, while Depew will work in the towns and districts north of tbe mountain, and Opie In the West End. Opi is to be elected at any cost, and their only hopo to do so is in the traitorous Republicans and iu tbe defeat of llreunau. woner. Vote for Enoan- S MAAVAvWAV llubbrra Chased Away. Robbers 111 sdo an unsuccessful attempt to rob tho residence of Q. A. Schaab, at No South Jardln street. W bile endeavoring to ascertain wneiner any 01 tue occupants were iu the kitcuen, one of tbo robbers placed dui aei in iroui 01 me uoor to peep in over the t unison!. As he stood on the bucket it coll -td aud tbe robbers took to their heels. ro Cure I.aOrlppe in Two Days Ta laxative Bromo Qululue Tablets. All drt - iUta refund the money If It falls to cure. E. W. U rove's signature Is on each box. 25c. FKUB LUNCHES TO-NIGHT. CHA8. BADZIKWICZ'S. uean soup win do served, iree, to all pa trons to-uigni. WKESB,' A nlre dish of pea soup to-night. rooixs's. A nice cold lunch will be served to all our VVWWVAWWWWWVVsV C Joseph H. NVhter is. the Llcmocrattc candi J H.l.fn.lt,mr.F 11, nhlu,r a.A .... C not fit to be Commil c nel Jenkyn. patrons to-night. MAX LEV T S. BUY THE STETSON HAT. 1ST The Sun Never Sets Stetson Hats NOT a mere pretty speech, but an actual fact. The sun is always shining on some part of the output of the Stetson factory. The finest hats the world offers their wonderfulgoodness known in every civilized country of the globe. We show the newest produc tlons in these world-famous hats. 7,ool: for llraml on Sweat Leather MAX LEVIT UP-TO-DATE HATTER. CORNER MAIN AND CENTRE STREETS. NEW ARRIVALS -FOR OUR- I. CORSET COVERS. Fine Muslin, plain yoke, ioc. Fine Muslin, lace yoke, 15c, Fine Muslin, 2 In. lace OIlV 22c Fine Muslin, V yoke tucks, seeming & embroidery, 25c Fancy yoke, lace and embroid ery, lace trimmed, 49c. DRAWERS. Misses and Ladies', 1 to 8, - - - ioc to 23c. Ladies' Umbrella Drawers, fine cambric, three tucks, fancy ruffle, deep lace trim med at - - 49c. A special, deep embroidery, trimmed ruffle, hemstitch ed, - - - 53c. A beauty, four tucks and 6in. fine open embroidery, 67c. Large Size Drawers, 39c. CHEMISE. Fancy inserting, square yoke, trimmed with ruffle and lace, - - 69c. Fancy insertion, square yoke, tuckedand trimmed, 39c. GOWNS. Ladies' Gowns, six tucks, lace insertion, ruffled neck and sleeves, - - 49c. One with fancy yoke, ruffled and open insertion, 57c. SKIRTS. Fine cambric, 13 in. deep, double ruffle of lace, $1.49 Deep embroidery ruffle, $1.23 Deep lace and insertion ruffle at 1.27 rWtVvVvVrWvVVV NEW CARPETS Linoleums, Oil Cloths and window shades. Best assort ment in town. Remnants of Ca"- pits and Oil Cloths cheap. FRICKFS CARPET STORE, i0 South Jardln Street. Just What You May Want. Norway Mackerel. Shore Whole Cod Fish. Spiced Russian Sardines.. Kippered Herring. " Haddies. Canned Shrimp. " Lobster. Imported Canned Frankfert Sausage. Ulmer's Fresh Sausage. X ti c Hul o Maple Syrup. IMPORTED SWISS, BRICK and LIHBERGER CHEESE. Magargle's, 26 EAST CENTRE STREET t. 2.W.