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SHENANDOAH. PA.. If 1U DAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1899. ONE CENT VOL. XV.-NO. 27G : I : Sold For CasH or J. P. Williams & Son, 13 S. Main St., Shenandoah, Fo. gJ0'HARA'S FOR IE LIVERY At OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS. Cor. Lloyd and White Sts., SHENANDOAH and Morgan's Fancy All fit ylrw ami Sizes for or A TliOenuifiii XV Ir.ulnMa o y !--5rr -p0 1 1 cii 1 1 y 5 Fine Melton, Kersey and Covert Overcoats. All shades, Ml sizes, all qualities. Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits. A full Una and a good se'ectlon. ' We are new beginners in the clothing tmsiness and intend to con .i..nr it in tim fntnnv mnkinir it a sDecialtv. We can safely say that we Tiv, unn n lull ilollnrV value for b. . - J w - finrl nnr nrirva lower than elsewhere tlnrlnmuBsn.- Medinated Wool, Fleece Lined. A Full Line of Shoes- THE NEW STORE, 38 North Main Street. Watson Building. XXXXXXXXXXXXIXXXXXOOOOOOC NEW tXXXXXXXKXXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXX? We have just received a .full stock of Choice New Fruits. New Prunes. New Figs and Dates. New Valencia Raisins. New Muscatel Raisins. New Seeded1 and New Cleaned Currants. , New Evaporated Peaches. NEW CITRON and LEMON PEEL. New Mackerel. Our inlnce Meat. We Sell the Best Only. New Buckwheat Flour. McPhail Pianos. For 6o yeats made c honor Sold on merit. Strictly High Grade. MILAM nd othhr makks. Ueased on Time. FURNITURE AND MUSIC STORE. AND n.i ct..ot i lain street, MAHANOY CITY, Mil U-Want Your Money Back? Well, you will cet the full worth of It In wear-, lng our FAST "LACK IIOSB ut 15 to 23 cents and that Is the same thing as tlio cash. We have an elegant tock for children, ladies and gents. From 7 cents per pair upward. lUr'l ,?'5fSritK.Y J TRIM M'HGSj :mA-") U-WANT-A new lot of unholsters FUIN'aKS.and OIJU'S to renovate that lounge or I chair. We have tlicm. Bazar, 23 Norm Mam st. TT HIS is our first season haudl- ing stoves We-have but the best makes. Every customer must be pleased or we give you your money, to have everything you setting up your stove. We aim need m SWALM'S Hardware Store. I vif'cs fror B v - your every dollar vou invest. You will Flannels. Camel's Hair, Natural HARRY LEV IT, Prop. GOODS. I Seedless Raisins. NEW SWEET JAMAICA ORANGES, Cranberries KEITER'S. COUNCIL MEETING. l'rnrtmtluftn ut h llrl.f Session Unlet Night. A regular meeting of the Borough Council was held last night ami It was a brief one, Rii adjournment lielng within forty minutes after the meeting was wiled to order. The uoun- cilm -n 111 attendance wore Ments. Ooakley, Magarale, llowelU. Hand, Uretinan, Murphy, llafkliis, Hell, Straugbn, Trice', Shoemaker and Jatnes. Mr. Dell was elected temporary chairman In the absence of President Me- Oaire. Mr. Michael McDonald Appeared and de clared that be would not pay a water tax an iens the liorougli mi a nmlr) along West Strawberry alley to that bis property cuuM Ire supplied. The matter was rererreu to tlio water committee with power to net. Tim street cnminiltee made a lengthy re port In writing in which It recommended tbe payment of $8,000 on account of tbe atreit pavl tig con tract and asked that Council fix a time for a Anal inspection and acceptance oi the paving. An to the claim of W. J. 11 row ii, of West Oak street, for damages, the committee reported that, after an lutptctiou, it reached tlio conclusion tba the rain water from tbo roof of Mr Brawn's premises la carried back into the oellar on account of an imperfect conductor, and that If tbe sidewalk uf tbe premises had a proper pitth to the gutter the trouble would be avoided. The committee also re commended that tbo Chief Burgees' notify property owners at the northwest corner of Coal and Main streets and northeast side of Mam and Coal streets to put their gutters to grade and pave them. In connection with tho W. J. Brown claim a letter from T. K. Beddall, Esq., counsel for Mr. Drown, was nad and the matter was teferred to the street committee. The Hro appaiutug committee was In structed to H3cert.nu the cost of extending tho tire alarm system to Turkey liuu on motion of Mr. Howclls. Joseph llouscr sent In a claim for $18.33 10r "Ma "ne ami ei pen so incurred ior ,,itii a,tAn ,.,,,. r ii,u sustained by falling Into an uncovered collar way mi mu i wt mwy vuu oi iiiuriuuey property on Lloyd street. The matter was referred to the street committee, with in structions to notify tho property owner of tho claim. Borough Surveyor Gregory sent In the fol- lowing communication : "I have complied with your desire In ref erence to the grade of the curb at the north west corner of Main and r.Ioyd streets and find, as it is now placed, to be correct and in accordance with the figures as shown by Mr. Cochran in tho grade book compiled by him in tho yoar 1877." Tho street committed was instructed to take this report with other data and request meeting with Mr. J. J. Franey, the property owner, with tho committee and surveyor, to have tho matter adjusted aud avuid. if possible, nny unnecessary law suit, the com m it ten to bo gnided by tho Cochran grado Borough hngineer W. O. Gregory and In spector Mark Bowman reported that Con tractor W. J. Britt had done 4,807 10-10't tquaro yards of paving at a total cost of fS, 000.87, and that tho lulanco duo for the work amouuted to $4,000.97. The Schuylkill Trac tion Company has 770 feet of track paved at width of eight feet, making 051 4-10 square yards. Contractor Britt was granted au or der for $3,000 on account. Tlie lamp and 7atcU committee stated that P. J. Oreary was the only bidder for tho two police overcoats and that, owing to tho death of Policeman Michael Ileatou hut one over coat was required. Tbe committo has power to act. Complaint was mailo that unknown parties bad stolen new iucandescent globes from the hallway of tbe borough building aud old ones substituted. There is a suspicion as to tb guilty parties. Steps are to be taken to stop tho pilfering, Just after Council adjourned Solicitor Burke sent in a communication in which ho stated that tho passage of an ordinance 1m posing lino upon electric railway conductors running cars not displaying a license, aud one imposing a toll fur crossing tbo bridge over the Lehigh Valloy railroad would he illegal. Tho solicitor also has doubt as to the right of Council inormsing tho car tax of the electric railway, but has drafted two ordlu auces, ono providing that a license certificate be displayed on each cr, aud tho other pro viding for the use of fenders on all cars run nlng into the borough. Council will act on those matters at tho next meeting. To-night's l'lcy. It is said that Lincoln J. Carter, author of 'Under tho Douio," the iuitnousely success ful naval comedy drama which Is underlined lor a stay of ono night at i'erguaou'a theatre this oveulng, spent two years in per fecting the ferry boat scene. As a result it is as near tho "real thing" as It is possible to make it. Not a single detail of such a trip hab been omitted. Every ound of u boat or of tho water aud all the appear ances of lessening distances are correctly iui itatid. So perfect Is the result that tbe audience seems to be oarried with the boat across the river, the characters being grouped in tho front anil tho audlouce having posse sion of tho rear. Cut pruo salo now ou at Fiicko's carpet I store. 11-14 Ot Statu All Gone! That Is to say. nearly all gone, aud there are, j et four days before! the operetta. Willi a large number ot tickets yet tube presented. Therefore all holders uf reserved bent tickets are 'equested to pioeent thorn at Kirltn's immediately, in order that wo may kuow where wo stand. If we havo to build au ad dition to the opera house wo must know it in time. Doa't worry, wo aro going to give seats to all holdors of tho proper tickets, only you had better go to Kirlin a at once and secure your rateryed seats for the operetta Fardeoaatl and tbe JiiHshauteu bword.' Now carpets aud linoleums at Fripke's carpet store. ll-14-0t A Unique Affair. The Presbyterian church of town will give au entertalnmeut and festival In Robblus' opera bouse on Friday evenlug and Rev. aud Mrs. Koebler aro doing their utmost to make It a success. The young ladles lu at tendance- will be dreasorl to represent evety nationality in the world. It will be quite unique ultur. (1 copies sheet music for 25 cents this week only; big settrtlou. Brumm's. 11-7-tf Killed In I lit, l'lilliiipluea. Mrs. Thomas Large, of Loeuit Gap, callid at tho Puttgville recruiting otlite yesterday to endeavor to. secure some information iu regard tu her brother, Martin Hetlron, of Tower Cjty, who died In the Philippine Islands Irom the ellecta or wouuds last week. Hedrou enlisted last April. Advertising l'u). Last Wednesday William G. ness, of the Budget, advertised fur a boy. This morning his wife presented htm with a our' Clus mantels, 10 aud IS cents. Orkin's jewelry aud music btoro, 7 S. Malu St, tf Jgoukt at POTTSVME Tbe Coal Date Mnnkr Cast Closed Tills Morning;. SECOND DEGREE VERDICT GIVEN. The lury Recemmandtd UM Prisoner to Mtrcy and a Ms t ton Far a Hew Trial Is Madc-Mray other Omi DlapoMd of. l'ottevllle, Nov. 17. Tu trial of George Marcaen for tbe murder of Michael Moervcak. at Coal Dale, wne continued yesterday after noon an I to-day After 'Squire Hnghes had testified that Ur. M. C. Ryan, the phyaklan who attended Michael Boereeik, bad (one to MuuMna aud that HoereoaVe widow bad re rnnveri to parts unknown. Dr. George Little. of Tamaqua, told of making Ike post mortem examination. In bla oplaion, death was caused by a stab wound In tba right aide. The Commonwealth theu offered tbe knife In evidence and retted Its own. Mr. Ulrlch made the opening address for the defence aud then called tbe defendant, Ueorge Marraen, to the stand. Ite said be was bom in Austria-Hunsary and rame to America in 1601 He worked at No. IS col liery, near Coal Dale, unll the day of the right. May 28th, 1895 In which Soererxk re ceived his death wound. That night there was a party at his bonding beam and Koereczk and bie wife attended. Tbe former was half drunk. A fight started otlteMe and Maicseu heard his brother shout for help. They would not let him go out He then went up stairs and got from his clothing a small knife. Wheu he came down stairs the knife was taken from him by Paul Morris and several others who knocked him down aud uum- melcd him. lie showed marks ou bis head to prove what he said. Attest begot out side, but could not see, for Hie blood in his face and in his eyes. He then went to a near by house aud got a i lean shirt and went to tbe 'Snuire to tell him he was not guilty. When shown the knife alleged to have been used the witness said be never saw it before and declared it waa an Italian knife When ho returned to the boarding house be was lold not to go inside, or he'd be killed lie stayed all night at another house and, to avoid being killid by other Hungarians, went to Hazleton aud worked in the breaker, but hid to quit on account of hig head. He then worked at Buck Mountain for three years, and then at the Coplar quarries, and then nt Laneford. Ho was at Lauatordbuta few days when he was arretted. He denied telling Albert Thomas that ho had killed Marc&in in ton defense, aud said the lattei could not- speak tho Hungarian language. Ho swore that ho did not kill Michael Socreczk and that liu did not stab him. Mr. Ulrich made tho closing speech for the defense and District Attorney Beclitel spoke for tbo Commonwealth, endiugat 5:30o'clouk and this morning Judge' Marr ohargtd tbe jury, which retired at 10i3SSr to couiltlur one of four verdicts murder in the lirst or second degree, manslaughter and acquittal The jury returned at two o'clock with yordict of guilty of murder in the second de gree and a recommendation to mercy. Mr. Ulrich made it mutton for a now trial and December 4th was fixed for argument. The prisouor was remanded to jail. ckimiKal court. Anulo Cardin, larceny as biileo, oath of Rebecca Morrison ; court directed a verdict of not guilty. Philip Delaney, assault and battery, oath of Mary E. Maloy, not guilty, but pay i aud prosecutor 5 of tho costs. Isaac Ueutz, larceny as bailee, oath ol Simon Lovine ; court directed a verdict of not guilty. Miko Marto, assault and battery, oath of George Millor, jury trial ; guilty ; costs, f6 line and 00 days. John Wtttets, burglary, oath of J. H Doutrichi guilty ot receiving stolen goods; costs, $25 fine, restore property and one yoar iu county prison. Robort J. Price, recently convicted of de sertlou and non-support, was after an ad dltioual hearing, sentenced to pay tho eoste and to give a $300 bond to pay fU tier month for support of child and f 1 per month for sunnort of wife, for seven vears. Michael O'Neill, surety, ojth of William - - Walters ; costs and sixty days. Mrs. John Williams, scolding, etc, oath of Mary Jonos: court dismissed the case, costs on prosecutrix. Mrs. Mary Ferens, assault aud battery, oath of Katie Roman ; not guilty, but pay one fifth of tho costs aud prosecutrix four- fifths. John V. Reed, desertion, oath of wife court dismisaed tho cake, prosecutrix for costs. Mary Browu, larceny as ballco, oath of William Augstadt ; court directed a verdict of not guilty. - Joe Mergicwicz, drunkenneu and surety, oath of Adam Korsak : court uUuiIsscd the ease, prosecutor for costs, Fred. Faust, assault and battery, oath of Peter Foulk ; not guilty, but pay one-third of the costs and two-thirds on prosecutor. Thomas Garvin, awault and battery aud surety, oath f David B. Morgan; court dis missed the case at tbe coat of prosecutor. Anthony Macbulis and Matt. ..Frank, surety, oath of William Foley; court dla missed the cae at costs of prosecutor. William L. Davis, desertion aud uonup port: court dismissed tho case at cost of prosecutor. Joe Anderson, Jr., surety, etc, oath of Joe Andenton, Sr.; court dWwiaeed thecal at cost of prosecutor. Patrick Kays, surety, oath of Wlnfleld Kays; court dismissed the oato at cost ef prosecutor. Anthony Molosky, false pretense, oath of Mike -Marchock; not guilty, but pay coU, by direction of the court. Stanlly Analasky, laroeny, oath of Gideon E. Davis; not guilty, prosecutor for costs Mary Ami Lintus, asfcault aud battery aud surety, oath of Auu Miller; not guilty, but pay ousts. Capiases were Issued iu two 103 eases, In tlio case of Lewis Reed, charged with desertion on oath of his wifo, tho Judgment dismissing tbe case aud putting theopaU ou tbe prosecutrix was stiicken oil", owlug to Minus preventing the appearance of thopriu- cinals, George Jones, assault and battery, oath of Abe Goodman; not guilty, county fur costs. John U. Roberta, assault and battery, oath of Harriet J. Johuaou; not guilty, each pay half the costs. Lizzie and Frank Roberts, assault and bat tery, oath of Sarah Johusou; uot guilty, each nay.half tbe costs Patrick Dotilau, assault and battery, oath of James Amos; uot guilty, each, pay half the costs. John Ardy, keeping a vicious dog, oath of Kllsabeth Delowry ; not gulHr, proaaeatilx pay tbe coat. Michael and Maggie Kuskee, aarnalt and malicious miaahlef, oath of Mr. Chart ea Duduski ; guilty ; 10 Hue awl eotta on Michael ; fa Amend ootU en Mr. Roaka. Joaeph Betkiearics, larceny of ohtekana. oath of Andrew Pako; guilty; $5 Dim, costs. rek re property and three tnontba Patrick MrGoire, cheating: boardloc-honae keeper, oath of Patrick Elliott: mlltr. with rrco,,rf hM0" " m're'" 0p"to' "n" od I Joseph Morow.kl, Wladdek florokk and i-ani nacaaa, aftMan ana twtnry ana larceny. oath of Htaney Ixogowski; guilty, each de fendant pay bin share or the cost. 110 Hoe and sixty daya. John Hreanau, assault and battery, oath of James Doyle ; guilty, with recommendation to mercy ; cost, f 1 fine and two months. John llrennan, assault and battery and aurety, oath of Rate McDonald ; gnilty. with recommendation to merry ; ootte, II line and two mouths after expiration of pre ileus sen tence. John Knipp. Jr , assault and battery, oath of Gertrude Mlnnc; not guilty by direction of the court, prosecutrix to pay tbe oust. John Murphy, malicloua mischief, oath of Mrs. Patrick Caaer; pleaded gnilty: cuetaaud two mouths from date. John Mnrphy, surety, oath of Mrs. Patrick (Wy; pleaded guilty; pay the coat. Mrs. Llaaie 8uyder. larceny, oath of Pbilln Anderson, not gailty by direction of tbe court. Philip Anderson, larceny, oath of Llaaie Hnyder, uot gnilty ; protecutflx pay the coen. David Davis, astanlt and battery, oath of Hulda Dreeh ; not guilty, prosecutrix for coats, by direction of tbe court. MARMAOII LIC8N8H. John Dovankowich. ef Pottvlll. anA Mary Bresa, of Minenvilte. George O. Qreeuawalt and Utile Ford, of Pinegrove townahlo. Wajclech Uauater and Wlcntonjaja Macho- wana, both of Kelayers. William Hepner. of St. Clair, and Ellen Kraminer, of Frackvllle. William Michael and Emma M. Sebalta. both of Pottarille. JJK-RDS RECORDED. Charles A. Mock aud others to Alvin D. eiper, premises In Wayne township. Sarah Bidloe and husband to Lehiah Valley Coal Company and others, premises in cst Luton tewuship. Dauiel Van Horu to L. V. Coal Co.. nrem Ises In East Union township. Leonora Meredith and others to Jacob Kodrian, premises in Frackvllle, Benjamin Christ, Sheriff, to tVlwinOnner. premises lu urwlgslug, James Loiab, Adnj.. to Michael Lorah. premises in liast Union township Michael II. Loraband wife to James I .oral). Executor, premise lu Finny, East Union township. P. it II. C. A I. Co. to P. J. Bran, nrerul.es in jiauanoy township. GRAND JUBV BBPOItT. I rue Hills : Steve Charuoy. larcenr. oath of Audrew Kondraes; John McAudrew, be trayal, oath of Laura Becker ; .Michael Con nors, larceny as bailee, oath of Aug. Schlol niann ; Peter Brazowsky, assault and battery to kill, oath of Anthony Lipsky; Miko Kisakavage and others, malicious mifcblef. oath of Jos. Kuckles ; Mike Cranik and John Ciseal, a. aud b. oath of Mike Prtmak Philip Anderson, larceur oath of Lizzm Suy der; Joe Kruim, assault aud battery, oath of Andrew Czlak ; Edward Everman, selling liquor without a license, oath of II. W Moycr ; Mary Cutchuoy, larceny, oath of Mary Smallwood ; Mary Hettinger, larceny. oath of Frank Miller. Not true bills aud prosecutor to pay the costs: Michael Keiser aud Anthony Set kowsky, assault and battery, oath of Win Munkiewicz; Authony and Joseph Kilikosky, malicious mischief, oath of Annie Hender son; Matt. Us vase, assault and battery, oath of John Maraeukewicz; Llzaie Slur kogky, malicious mischief, oath of Mollia Cavage; Maurice Ileckman, assault and bat tery, oath of Jabez Buskes; Joseph Mussaka ult, oath of Anthouy Marcinkiawica: August Smith and four others, gambling, oath of George Makoiautis; Loon Danowski, assault aud battery, oath of Frank Gorney; Lewis C. Bouncy and Harry Nelson, assault and battery, oath of Joseph Brown; Peter Krizak, cheating boarding house keeper, oath of George Putsalvage; Harry Hummel berger aud Jacob Bettinger, assault and battery, oath of Andrew Morgan David Leininger, cruelty to animals oath of John Murphy ; John MuBrcen, assault and buttery, oath of Elizabeth Didyoucg ; Will iam Shields aud Joseph Yawcavagc, false im prisonment, oath of John Shyhuski ; Roitle Gober and Joseph Gavel, larceny, oath of Georgo Vilkes ; George Fermuskey, assault and battery, oath of Adda Kenavlch ; MIeb ael Baltu8kns, assault and battery, oath of Andrew Lesko ; Miko Ilolitsky, assault and battery, oath of Andrew Leshko; Andrew Senella, assault aud battery, oath of Frauk Socket; Henry Roppell, assault and battery. oath of Henry Long A JUUflK USCTUHBfc. Judge Henuiug to-day lectured Lizzie Suyderand Philip Anderson, of Shenandoah, severely, telling them that their faces are be oomiug entirely too familiar in court. KNIOItT INDICTED. Two indictments were found by the Qrand Jury to-day against C. L. Knight, on cha'ges of larceny as bailee and false pretense made by C. II. Schwar and C. G. O'Rleness. It is said Knight appropriated to his own use $3,000 which should have been appropriated to improvements of the Miners Journal plautat PotUville. A CASK OF FEUD. Michael Kisaavage and five others, charged with assault and battery to kill aud house breaking, ou oath of Constable Joseph Pit- kus, of New Philadelphia, is on trial befuie Judge Marr. t is attracting much attention on apeouut of a feud existing. THE rtJRK POOD CASES. The cases of the MeMrs. Mull, of Sheuan doah, eharged with selling adulterated milk, was continued to-day until next Wednesday, on motion of the prosecution. Senator Mc Carrell Is private counsel for the prosecution aud M. M. Burke, Esq., represents tbe Com mouwealtb. The same disposition was made'of the against Radsiewicz and Onellewtcx. also of Shenandoah, charged with selling adulter ated pepper. Messrs. Whitehousa and Burke represent tbe defendants. THE FELSKR CABE6. The Grand Jury to-day ignored -three bills against Samuel Feldser ami wife, who were formerly engaged iu (be millinery busiuess in Shenandoah, aud put the costs on tbo prosecutors, Tbe eases were instituted be fore Justice Sboemakei ou July 15, last, by Clarence M. Btiiiei, of the firm of Illu mentbal aud Stlner of New York city, and the bills alleged conspiracy to defraud credi tors to the amount of $800, Hiemiuu'a Oulm Juhu McGreln, pf Philadelphia, tho noted musicim, is now at Dau. Brenuau'a cafe. Drop iu aud hear him aud you'll not regret It. 11-11-Ot GEjl YOUNG'S PROGRESS I His Oaralry Snrprise the Filipinos . D7 TUeif ilaPlU fftOe AGUIXALD0 IK THE LOW COUNTRY Itetial Loader Jlnhlliic Df-pwratn Kf- rorttt to JCaeaiw t HayomiHiRft M r. AtiiIiih1i1i Left liar Witrtlrtthn "-lilml-Major Losran'M Htxly HnrloA. Manila, Not. 17. lUport bare been r seal veil hora from General Tonng, dated Humtngam, Wadneaday. Hum- lngan la about 30 milea aaat of Bart Fabian. Oenaral Toung la irippoaed to have advanced conatderably further towanl Ran Fabian. A press representative telegraph an account of the rapid pace with which General Young covered the road with his cavalry. The Macabebe scouts completely surprised and demoralised the Insurgents around the low coun try. A messenger and reinforcements who were captured say no town from San Jose to San Nicolas expected the arrival of the Americans until a day or two after they actually arrived. AKitlnaldo and his government are said to be making desperate efforts to escape to Bnyombong. All the In formation here Is that he is still in the low country. Lieutenant Johnson, with Troop M. Third cavalry, captured on Wednesday at San Nicolas 12 barrels containing the wardrobe of Agulnaldo's wife, some personal effects, the records of the secretary of war and much com missary and medical supplies. Senora Agulnaldo probably escaped over the divide, but the secretary of war Is thought to be inside the lines. Thomas W. Hayes, a civilian, and Calvin S. Davis, of the Sixteenth in fantry, who were held prisoners by the insurgents, have been rescued. Colonel Wessela captured at Tayug several hundred thousand pouuda of rice, ?,5O0 pounds of salt, 5.500 pounds of flour marked "Dayton, Ohio," 1,500 pounds of sugar, 1,300 now uniforms nnd hundreds of thousands ot Mauser shells. The names of Lieutenant Gil more and seven of his men were found written on the walls of the convent , Car, ntr.tlr, TT.n M.,Unn. nf oil the towns surprised resisted febly. j The remains of Major John A. Io- ean, killed in action at San Jacinto, Saturday, were burled in Paco ceme tery yesterday morning. Many per sons followed the body to the grave. Chaplain Pierce officiated, and the Twentieth Infantry furnished the es cort, which was commanded by Major ilouman. The pall bearers were the captains of the Twentieth. Infantry. SPECIAL SALE. DRY GOODS AND CARPETS. Ladles ami Children's Clonk., Wrap? and Siyllsh Jackets. On Saturday and for uext week endlug Nov. 3Sth, we oner to all buyers au extra discount of TEN l'EB CENT. Come nnd buy baud some stylish eoats and wraps, 10 per eeut. off. Stylish dress goods any kind, IQ'per eent. off. CatpeU any kind, 10 per eent. 90". Underwear, ur hosiery any kind, 10 per eont. oil'. Ten per cent, off everything In our big store. It means a saving of ten per cent, on every dollar bought Iu our store until Nov. 25tb, Blankets 39 cents aud -IS cents, less 10 per cent. 50 cent uuderwear now 37) oeuts, leas 10 per cent. Sheeting muslin 5-eute, less 10 per eent. Every purchase is subject to tbe saui allowance, 10 per eeut. off. We Are Manufacturers. Goods of Our Own Muke. We make to your own measure. We run a factory in our building and will sell our own make of wrappers, shirt waists. skirts, underwear, sheets, capes, etc , at the same price, less ten pet sent. off. Will It pay you to call f L. J, Wilkinson, Tbe Big Store with little prices. at Assistant ltector. The position of aulstant rector at St. Ig natius church, Ceutralia, made vacant by tbe death of Rev. Maher, has been filled by tho appointment of Rev. Barnhart, who was formerly stationed at Danville. From all re port Rev. Hayes has a youug bat able sistaut In Rev. Uaruhart. To Cure LuMrlppe In Two Days Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it fails to cure. ii. W. Grove's signature Is ou each box. SSo. The Contractor Uetd Libel, A suit for 7,000 damages ha been insti tuted by John Dormer and wife against' tlie I Aleatra Puviug Uompauy, which bad tbe I contract fur paving the streets at Shauiokiu. Mrs. Dormer, while with her husband, tripped and fell across tbe rails of the Shamokiu I Street Railway ou October 21st, last, badly bruising and Injuring her baok, body and leg and ptrmaueutly disabling her, it is al-1 leged JtRrctUH's Pills for stomaoh and liver Ills. Intere.tnl In New Company, J. 111. i tei . .. Mot arty, the well known newspaper . is iu tbe region. He is at present In- d in the Traus-Contlnental Telephone Co. tiich was reeeutly chartered in New Jersey aud which will absorb all the inde- penueut teiepuone uues in mo osuuiry. FHEK LUNCHES TO-MOUT, OllAS. BADZIEWICZ'8. dam soup will be served, free, to all pa- trous to-utgut. WEEKS." A nice disk of oyster soup to-night. pooler's. Oyster soup, free, to-night. rsi AX LEV X s 38c Will buy heavy fleeced lined underwear in all colors. Shirts or drawers. Will buy a nice shirt or drawers in tbe best of camel s hair goods. ME1HCATUD RKD FLANNELS. NATURAL WOOL. AUSTRALIAN WHITS WOOL- Gent's half hose, all kinds, at lowest prks. Our hate and neckwear are inter esting for every buyer. Remember we sell tbe genuine Stetson hat. MAX LEV IT UP-TO-DATE HATTER. CORNER MAIN AND CENTRE STREETS. NEW ARRIVALS FOR OUR CORSET COVERS. Fine Muslin, plain yoke, ioc. Fine Muslin, lace yoke, 15c. Fine Muslin, 2 In. lace 00 Y 22c Fine Muslin, V yoke tucks, seeming & embroidery, 25c Fancy yoke, lace and embroid ery, lace trimmed, 49c. J nV nS",cJ Misses and Ladies', 1 to 8, - - - roc 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 raffle and lace, - - 69c. Fancy insertion, square yoke, tucked and trimmed, 39c. GOWNS. Ladies' Gowns, six tucks, lace insertion, ruffled neck and sleeves, - - 49c. One with fancy yoke, ruffled and, open insertion, 57c. SKIRTS. a Fine cambric, 13 in. deep, double ruffle of lace, 51.49 Deep embroidery ruffle, S1.23 Deep lace and insertion ruffle at $1.27 VVvVVvWrVVVvVW NEW Linoleums, Oil Cloths and window shades. Best assort ment in town. CARPETS Remnants oi Car- p.ts and Oil Cloths cheap. FRICKE'S CARPET STORE, i0 South Jardln Street. THE ONLY PLACE-f In town to buy Ulmer's Saus age, Head Cheese and Pudding. FRESH EVERY DAY. Don't forget to ask for your Trading Stamp with each cash purchase, excepting sugar and flour. ' DroD in nnd evnminp nnr fnnov candies nnrl fruit insr in for t hp. , V. , ,rUUS' JUSt m tor tlie "unuaya, New Citron, Lemon Peel and Orange Peel. Raisins and currauts and anything you want in our line. Magargle's, 26 EAST CENTRE STREET $1.00 "TlicHub."