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SHENANDOAH. PA.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1800.
ONE CENT VOL.XV.NO. 277 r j& kP- Sold For Cash or Leased on Tlmo. J. P. Williams & Son, furnitmuurs,castore. 13 S. Main St., Shenandoah, Pa. J0'HARA'S LIVERY OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS. Cor. Lloyd and White Sts SHENANDOAH and Especially For the BaWes and the Little Folks. 'Si Chrocheted home Wool Caps, Home Chrocheted Angora Caps, Embroidered Silk Caps. Wool Knit Leggings, Wool Chrocheted Sacks, Silk Chrocheted Veils, Infant's Cloaks, &c. Nazareth Corded Waists ; Fast Black Wool and Cotton Hose. We have everything in stock you want to make the children com fortable for the winter. Morgan's Fancy Bazar, - 23 N. Main St All Bty loi ami Sixes for TheOeruiinal!mrthii .ver) tuntioi ruei l rade-uarit uewnre To ' 11 ' jr A Fine Melton, Kersey and Covert Overcoats. All shades, Ml sizes, all qualities. Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits. A full line and a good se ection. We are new beginners in the clothing Imsiness and intend to con duct it iu the future, making it a specialty. We can safely say that we cive vou a full dollar's value for find our prices lower than elsewhere. Underwear. Medicated Wool, Fleece Lined. A Full Line T HE NEW 38 North Watson Building. M XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ NEW GOODS. X (XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 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 KEITER'S. McPhail Pianos. For 6o yeais made on honor Sold ou merit. Strictly High Grade. . I AND OTHER MAKES. AND Haiti Street, MAHANOY CITY. 7T HIS is our first season handl w ing stoves. We have none but the best makes. Every customer must be pleased or we give you your money. We aim to have everything you need in setting up your stove. SWALM'S Hardware Store. v - Your every dollar you invest. You will Flannels, Camel's ' Hair. Natural of Shoes. STORE, in Street. HARRY LEVIT, Prop Seedless Raisins. NEW SWEET JAMAICA ORANGES Cranberries SHERIFF SALES. 1'riipertles IMoeil nf ut tlm Court House Till Morning. Pottsville, Nov. 18 SlierllT Toole disposed of the follow lug properties at public sslo In tbo court house this moraine: House and stable of Ludwlg Linn, Tro tnont. to Attorney Bsshore for S0. House of William J. Delahanty, Glrard ville. to Attorney Coyle, tbO. llousoand pieces of ground of Harry M. ikTul'XTijStioS iAerO'incgroTowTftfflt.Vtd Attorney Hashoro, f50. House, stable and outbuildings of Daniel R Buechler, lnegrovo borough, to Attormy Wadllnger, 1,700. House, stable and otitbuildlugs of Daniel K. Ilucchler, Piucgrove borough, to Attorney Wadllugcr, $1,630. House and stable of David D.inlcll, Or- wlgsburg, to Attorney Wadllnger, 000. Fifteen acres of land of William and Annlo Scbelb, Hegins township, to Attorney Hub- iicii. (so. House, stable and other bulldlugs of Henry Iteiuoehl, Rury tuwnshlp, and SO acres ot laud, to J. K. Laudeback, $330. The sales of the J. Wesley Snyder prop- rty. Must Bruuswlck township, and James Dougherty property, Shenandoah, were tayed. Farm of 83 aeros, house, stablo, etc., of Georgo 1). Statntns, Hast Brunswick town- hip, to Attorney Eutcrliue, $50. House, shop, otlice and bilildiURS of Cath- erlue O'Neill, I'ort Carbon, in the hands of .'etcr J. O'Neill, ailtnluis rator, to Attorney Wbaleli, $2,410. Farm of -1 lucres, house, barn, etc., of Cle ment and Mary Kreulzer, Blythe township, to Attorney Uublich, $100. House, etc , uf James Shields, of Sheuau doah, In the hand of Hannah Shields, ad ministratrix, to Attorney Whaleu, $1,400. House, olllco and workshop uf Milton U. Master, Shenandoah, lo Attorney Ilouds, $150 Uouso and lot of George Sookaloskl, Shen andoah, to Attorney Shay, $500. The sales of Nos 14 and 10, of last week's list, were stayed. Cut prize sale on at Fiicke's carpet ll-H-0t store. Prayer nnd Song In Theatres. Special toEvESlNQ HrnAU). Philadelphia, Nov. 19. The Evangelical Alliance of Philadelphia begins a novel crusade to-morrow. All of the theatres In the city have been leased for Sundays duting the winter, and in each in turn monster re vival services will take place with a chorus of many hundred voices. The Itov. Dr. Henry M. Wharton, au evangelist, whose pleaching has attracted much attention throughout the country, will address the first meeting at tbo Walnut street theatre to morrow. Tho services that follow will be conducted by prominent preachers of an evangelical tendency. Mauser's Up-to-Date Aleut Market. Spring lamb, nice tripe, pickled pig's feet. sausages, etc. Big values for little money. Cherry and Chestnut streets. Tliey Favor the Hoers. Special to Evening Hkbalu. Chicago, Nov. i8, John F. Flnerty, presi dent, nd other officers of tbo United Irish Societies, have Issued a circular calling upon Irishmen and others opposed. to Great Dritaiu in the war with the Boers to attend a mass meeting at Central Music Hall to night. The call Is signed by John F. Finerty, L. B. Buckley, John ByrLe. Arthur Donogbue. and Hugh B. Ryan. Among those, invited to speak are Senator Mason, Qeorge P. Foster, William Vooke, Father Heldman and John Van dor.Poel. 1. O. S. of A. Aiinlver.Hry. The members of Washington (urap No. 183, P. O. 8. of A., will celebrate the anni versary of the camp next Wednesday even ing in Mellet s hall and members of all slrter camps have been Invited to participate. There will be a literary and musical program and refreshments will be served. The de gree team will Initiate eighteen candidates before the camp adjourns for tho anniversary celebration. New carpets and linoleums at Fricke's carpet store. U-H-Ct Last Night' Show, The production of Lincolu J. Carter's uaval drama, "Under the Dome," at Fergu son's theatre last night was cordially received by a large audience and it was the most strik ing scenic event of the season. Tho play is very Interesting and the cast which inter preted it was a well balanced one of excell ent artists. The audience became enthusi astic over several of the scenes, especially the final one of the fourth act, depicting the wrecking of the U S. S. "Trenton" on the reefs at Samoa. Tho raising of the curtain on this scene was denauded fourtimes. Advertised Letters. The following lettors remain uncalled for at the local post olllco : Belle Morgan, Mary W. Morris. Charles E. Pflrffs, W. G. Simpson, Martin Morris, Itobert Jones, John Hughes, Michael Harris, Jos. Fell, Edward Williams, William Thomas, Charley Wiley, Dave Jones, Bobert Davis. Edw. Dress, Henry Williams Francis Howser, Abraham Ilinkel, Jno. Jacobs, Harry Keeue, Jno. Thomas. Henry Williams, Bobert Davis, Geo Carl. Geo Dry D. W. Bedea, P. M 6 copies sheet music for 25 cents this week only; big selection. Brunim's. 11-7-tf 1. O. 8. of A. Aunlveranrjr, All members of Washington Camp No 183, P. O. S of A., are requested to attend the an niversary meeting and entertainment of the Camp In Mellct's hall on Wednesday, i!2ud inst., at 7 p. ni. Tho members of all sister camps arn cordially invited to attend.. Thomas H. Snyuer Pres. D. Q. Riciiabds. Seo'y. 11-18 3t Bkecuam's Pills for stomach and liver ills, Charged With Iturglary, Edward Harris, of Frackvllle, was com mitted to jail last evening charged with burglary. Several months ago a store at Frackvllle was broken into and robbed several members or tno Harris lamlly were suspected aud a search of their house re. veuled a large amount of the stolen goods, Unanimous Verdict. From our many articles the past few weeks received from various sources it will be so u that the comedy farce, "A Wise Woman, " is a strictly first class attraction with more origiuallty aud novel featuus than any com pauy that has yet visited us. It remains to be seeu how they will be appreciated. To Cure LaGrlppe lu Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tho money If it fails to cure, E. W. Grove's signature Is on each box. 25c, Uuttoima At rive. Two large uses containing the new uul forms of the Phoenix Fire Company were re' celyed to-day. Of the entire, membership of the company 153 members will be uniformed. GOUKT flT POTTSVlIiLE Week Just Closed a Record Breaker Cases Dltposed Of. In HERE WERE OVER-TWO HUNDRED The Wo. Finn Mnrdtr Case Fixed For Trial on JText Mo'nday-Orand Tury Makes Its Report Acted on Nearly Thrte Hundred Bills. Pettivllle, Nov. 18 With three roHrts and tho grand jury In full blt all week, the clerks and reporters were kept busy, in order to keep up with the reooids. Deputy Clerk the llnarti Duffy nnd D puly Walter Shoener must have their records up-to-date and permit threo repotters, tho Taxpayers' Association agent nnd the lawyers to have acces to the books, in itdditiou to railing and eeping track of jurors and juries, taking down verdicts, etc Deputy Duffy is au adept t tho business, br reason of bis many years f experience or.iMl.VAL oounT. Tho first week of criminal court closed at noon with 800 caffs dlsixwed of. This ii aid to beat the record, considering that one mur- er trial was on the list. Judges Bechtel, Marr and llcnnlnc did 1-errulcau work, nnd so did the jurors. Judge llenulDg took occa sion to thank them at adjournment. He also Issued a capias for Con. Leonard, who failed to appear for sentence this morning, and or dered he he brought to pri'on. All oases un disposed of. iueludlngthe Wm. Penn murdur trial, are fixed for Monday mornlng.and thoso nterosted would no well to read tho adver tisement in another column. The record follows : Mike Kesakavage, Martin Lozdozkee, An thony Granduskce, John Zauas and Qeorge Kogcra, aggravated assanlt and battery, etc , on oath of Constable Joseph Pitkus. Kcs.i- kavage, Lozdozkee aud Rogers withdrew their pleas of not guilty and pleaded guilty. The two first named got $10 fine, cotts and 3 months at solitary confinement. Granduskce was fouud not guilty and Zanas was found guilty of aggravated assault and battery to kill. Rogers and anas were not sentenced. The case charging thorn all with malicious lnischlclt was nol pressed nnd dismissed, the county to pay the record costs only. Thomas Vaughan, assault and battery, oath of Henrietta Ross; submitted to trial without ury; guilty. $3 fine and costs. Lewis Kamarowski, assault and battery. oath of William Wasczynski; not guilty, prosecutor to pay tho costs. George and Richard Joues, assault and' bat tery am! conspiracy, oath of Abo Goldman tried by Judge Hounlng ; not guilty, county to pay court and officers' costs and witness fees disallowed. Alex Kurkiewicz. assault and battery, oath of Anthony Sinklewiccz; not guilty, each pay half the costs. Most of tho partiei inter ested said they were drunk at the time and Judgo Henning told the jury to Bqueeze the beer out of the cace. Mrs. Lizzie and Frank Roberts, assault and battery and breach of tho peace, oath of Sarah A Johnson; not guilty, costs equally divided between Mrs. Roberts and Sarah A. Johnson. Michael Baranowsky, assault and battery. oath of Frank Anliuavich j not guilty, but pay two-thirds ol the costs and one-third on prosecutor. Joseph Makowiczand Peter Sawak, charged with larceny and receiving stolen goods, on oath of Tal. Phillips, of Shenandoah; the de fendants were found guilty of receiving stolen goods only. Not sentenced. This case was returned to the September term. W illiam R. Bartlett, charged with interfer ing with aud resisting Officer Martin Pbalen; not guilty, county for court costs. George Webber, assault and battery; not guilty and pay four-tlfths of tho costs. hlizabeth Horn, chirgcd with surety, oath of Sarah Salter; the court heard the parties and directed the defendant to pay tbo costs. John Czaplekowskl, malicious mischief, oath of Andrew Zyuaski, Jury out. Jonn II. Roberts, assault and battery and surety, oath of Harriett A Johnson, tried without a jury ; not guilty, each pay half the costs. W. H. Osman, maliciously tearing down fence, oath of William Uildebrandt ; not guilty, but pay costs. J. M. Rittenhouse, adultery, oath of Philip Anderson ; not guilty, county for costs. C1HAND JURY BEPOET. True bills : Peter Mulligan, common nui sance, oath of Z. P. Madeira; David Will lams, larceny, oath of Mary Phillips; John Walsh aud Thomas McIIale, breaking, etc oath of Lizzie Snyder; Mrs. Charles Dadurka malicious mischief, oath of Maggie Rukstls, Not true bills: Anthony Yekabouiski, lar ceny as bailee, oath of George Wilczysski ; John A. atofawsky, larceny, oath of J. T, Buffington. Not true bills aud prosecutor to pay the costs: William Williams, Mrs. Samuel Bevan, James Dawson, Mrs. Matthews and Mrs. Mo luskey, five defendants, larceny as bailees. oath of John Donor; Adam Latunack, assault and battery, oath of George Grobofgky; How ard Bressler, malicious mischief, oath of Samuel Reed; Samuel Feldser, secreting prop. erty with intent to defraud, oath of CM. Stiner; Samuel and Mrs. Samuel Feldser, con, spiracy, oath of C M. Stiner; George Maurer, false pretence, oath ot Wladislaw Czepukaitis; Lizzie Urbilla, fornication, oath of Amelia Wlrbilla; William Parr, assault aud battory, Mary Parr; Joe Soya, assault and battery. oath of Joo Bilak; Joseph Schwinkowskis, adultery, oath ef John Gowansky; Ma'tiu Llzak, assault and battery, oath of F. Tuck; Enoch Polashefsky, assault nnd battery, oath of Jolin Washiusky ; Lizzie hhupinski, as baultand battery, oath of Paul Buddinger; John Mllduash, aud two otheis, assault and battery, oath of William Giayditis; Joe Malakus, assault aud battery, oath of Will lam Kelllnouski ; Authony Puckel, assault aud battery, oath of Ann Puckel; John Urban, assault and battery, cath of Simon Padukecas ; William Convllle, assault and battery, oath of Michael Hint; Johu Dona- Royal Absolutely 'Pure Absolutely Makes the food more ROYAL BAKlhO hoc and two others, malicious mischief, oath of John Dlefenderfer; Georgo Hunsaek, as sault and battery, oath of Andrew Soeko ; Danko and Mary Sawltski, aamult and lmt try. ooth of John Kastie; WillUm Chur nuskl, assMiilt nnd battery, oath of Joseph Whaleu; Joe Ssudlcski, larceny as bailee, oath of Frank Antinowlrx ; William Store!-, assault and battery to kill, oath of Joseph Chrtstuna; Mike Wargo, assault and battery, oath of Mike Kohuth ; Charles Zlgman, as sault anil battery, osth of William Shnkttis; Samuel Evans, smault aud battery, oath of (James Moyer ; Adam Lestrowiki, assault and h . - i ....! in battery, oatuW , ,....rr.'' nac ., . . . . i. ,i . uiuvniuu. . I Letters testitaentary were granted to Term Gundy on the estato of the late Catherine Kapf. of Miuersville. Also to Elisabeth Or wig, in tbo estate of Isaao Orwig, of Orwigs bunt. MABRIAOB LICKNStM. Marriage licenses wore granted to Henry Yarnall, of Barry twp . and Catherine Fisher. of Gordon; Frank A. Huldemnn and Marietta .Matthews, of Tamaqua : Thomas Cuiitwell and Julia Hennessey, of Shenaudoab; Martin J. JIcGuIro, or Mahauoy City; and Winifred McCarthy, of Catasauqua. DBE1H RECORDED. Deeds were recorded as -follows : From Pumo Trust Company, guardian, to Albert H. Kline, premises In Schuylkill Haven; from Thos. Eisenbrese to Albert H. Kline, premises in Schuylkill Haven. THMPORARY LOANS REDUCED. The County Commissioners and Controller to day approved tho payment of the $20,000 temporary four per cent, loan held by the Union Safe Dcroslt Bank, of Pottsville. and .the Treasurer cashed the warrant. This. with the tSO.OOO recently paid to the Safe Deposit Bank, reduces the temporary loans from $178,000 to $138,000, aud speaks well for the present administration of county affairs. TIIEOOODUAN BROS. Yesterday afternoon tho eae against James. Oliver and Grant Goodman, who conducted a produce store at Mahauoy City, under tbo firm name of Goodman Bros., was called bofore Judgo Marr. Tho prosecutor is Joseph D. Diehl, a Centre county product dealer, aud tbo charge is embezzlement as consignees and factors. DIebl sold them goods to the amount of $340.05, on whloh they paid 20 cent, iu cash and gave their note, for six months, for tho balance. In the meantime the Goodmans failed, and it was shown the business was conducted in their mother's name. Judgo Marr, in charg ing the jury, stated that no conviction could be had as to Oliver aud Grant Gosdman un der the evideoco, but as to James the jury must decide. The jury retired at one o'clock this afternoon. DISHONORABLE DISCllAKOE. Capt. Hersey, of the Ninth Infantry, came up from Philadelphia to-day and visited tho county jail, whero Charles O'Neill is con fined. The latter acknowledged that he was n deserter from tho army, while on the way to Manila. Ha was given a discharge with out honor. GRAND JURY REPORT. During the Week They Acted Upon One Hundred and Jiluety ne Hills. Pottsville. Nov. 18. The Grand Jury this morning submitted their report to court and Judge Henning thanked tho members warmly for the manner in which they faith fully performed their duties. The report Is as follows : To the Honorable, the Judges of said court The grand inquest of the Commonwealth o,f Pennsylvania, inquiring for the county of Schuylkill for November sessions A. D. 1809, respectfully report as follows : We have acted upon 100 bills of indictment submitted to us of which number 110 have been returned as true hills and 50 as not true bills. In nearly all cases where we have had tho disposition of the costs in ignored hills, wo have placed the same upon the prosecutor or prosecutrix. We deplore the fact that many cases of a trivial character contiuue to find their way into the courts, notwithstanding the plead, ings of previous Grand Juries upon the sub' ject. Many of these prosecutions we have discovered, by sworn testimony, have been brought for the purpose of increasing the fees of constables and Justices, rather than the public morals should be the better pro- moted, or the public peace, the better main tained. One Justice in particular, the Jury unanimously agrees, is deserving of severo censure for forwarding a case of such trivial character as to excite their contempt. The Justice iu question is Justice Malia, of West Mabanoy Township, and the Jury earnestly requests that both his and the constable's fees be disallowed In tho case. We return thanks to the Uonorablo Court and its several officers for assistance ren dered. All of which is respectfully submitted : Franc P. Scanlan, Foremau. Attest M. II. Master, Seo'y. Grand Jury Room, Pottsville, Nov. 18. 1800, The llescue Horse. The Rescue Hook and. Ladder Company is disposing of one of Its old teams of horses to make room for tho recently purchased team of blacks. The gray horse of the team has been sold to a Polish resident of West Coal street for $50. The remaining horse, a big bay, is held by tho company at a much higher figure. Legal Notice to l'urtlr. Interested In Criminal Court Cases. All cases where true bills have been found aro fixed for trial Monday morning, Novem ber SOtb, 1809, at 10 o'clock; and if parties do not respond capiases and attachments will be issued. Edqar W. Beciitel, It District Attorney, Veil Down the Steps, Anthony llugden. of Wm. Penn, while dc scending a flight of cellar steps at his horn yesterday afternoon, the steps broke down with a crash aud ho eustaiued a compound fracture of the leg. He was taken to the Miners' hospital last evening. A Druggist Complain.. On complaint of a druggist of the town, Dr, George W. Kennedy, of Pottsville, yesterdsy visited the drug stores In Mahanoy City and found several violations of the law In the em ployment ot unregistered clerks. He also found soma of them did not have their diplo mas conspicuously displayed, as the law re quires. Baking Powder 'Pure delicious and wholesome POt)IH CO., MEW YORK. Ml PODY STRIGPU 1 Evaugolist Gonipolled to Cancel Kansas City Engagement. NOW HOMEWARD BOUND. il. tXiuz " HI..-". TIlHt JIM I'nmoiinl I'rlemli Deftti-t,...rwi. . - fit Condition Ik 8rlcnii, Thoiiuli inv Crltlcnt. Hut lltt!lnvTtiHt Htn Crr tin 1'ubllo fepenher Is Nearly ltnilml. Kansas City. Nov. 18. Dwlght L. Moody, the evangelist, who liaa been preaching here to thousands nightly In Convention hall. Is broken In health and Is suffering from an affection of tho heart. Ills engagement here was cut short and last night he left for his home at Nolitlehl, Mrs., in care of physician and u friend. They art traveling In a special car. It la admitted that Mr. Moody's con dition Is serious, though when the evengollst was seen at his hotel DWIGHT L. MOODY. Bhortly before being taken to the rall wtiy station he expressed the belief that his condition was not serious. Tho reports as to the seriousness of Mr. Moody's condition are conflicting. Several of his Intimate friends stated today that while li le condition waH serious. It was not critical. These friends, however, reluctantly admitted that they believe his career as a great public speaker was nenrlng the end. Dr. Schaufller, the physician who ac companies lilm, said before leaving that In his opinion the evangelist condition was not essentially worse than for some time past, and that he was simply exhausted from hU recent exertions before the bit? crowds that have gathered to hear lilm. Dr. Mr. Schaufller added, however, that Moody must have quiet and reet. SPECIAL SALE. DRY GOODS AND CARPETS. Ladles und Chlldrni'n Clonks, Wraps and Sty Hull Jackets. On Saturdsy and for next week ending Nov 35th, wo offer to all buyers au extra discount of TKN I'ER CBXT. Coma and buy haudsomo stylish coats and wraps, 10 per cent. off. Stylish drees goods any kind, 10 per cent, oil-. Carpets auy kind, 10 per cent. off. Underwear or hosiery any kind, 10 per cent. off. Ten per cent, off everything iu our big store. It means s saving of ten percent, on every dollar bought in our store until Nov. 35th. Blankets 30 ceuU aud 4S cents, less 10 per cent. 50 cent underwear now 371 cents, loss 10 per cent. Sheeting muslin S cents, less 10 per cent. Every purchase is subject to the same allowance, 10 per cent. off. "1 IV. Are Manufacturers. Goods of Our Own Make. We make to your own measure. We lun a factory iu pur building and will sell our own make of wrappers, shirt waiils, skirts, underwear, sheets, capos, etc , at the same price, less ten pet cent. off. Will It pay you to oallt L. J. Wilkinson, Tbo Big Store with little prices. St Buy Royal Patent Flour. It Is tho best In the market. THE KENTUCKY CONTEST. IiomooratH will Urco tlio Throwtnir Out or Loulsvlllx'H Vote. Louisville. Nov. 18. A Question which Is likely to have an Imuortant If not a deciding Influence on the con tost for the governorship of Kentucky was brought up yesterday before the canvassing hoard of Jefferson county which Includes Louisville. Counsel for the Democratic candidates gave notice r a motion to throw out the vote of he city because ot the pretence of mllltla at the polling places on Nov. 7. The notice served on the comruls sloners declares that the action of Governor Bradley in "Illegally using the mllltla and overawing aud In tlmldatlng votes was entirely minece sary." that the "election was a mill tary election," and the subversion of the civil to the military power was "an overt act of a treasonable nature.' With Louisville thrown out Goebel wo- ' I have a safe plurality in the re- maii.der of the state. This dispute win prolong and aggravate the nglit. Itchiness ol the skin, horrible, plugu Most everybody atllieted In one way another. Only one safe, never failing eure Doau's Ointment. At any drug store, 60 cents. FKKK LUNCHES TO-NIGHT, OlIAB. UADZIEWIOZ'S. Boston baked beans will be served, free, to all patrons to-night. pooueb'b. Beau soup t -night Grand free concert MAX LEV T S 38c Will buy heavy fit lined underwear nil coloi. Shirts drawers. ed m or Will buy a ti r shirt or drawers m the best of camel s hair goods. MEDICATED RED FLANNIX NATURAL WOOI A USTR A lJW W trillTE Wool Gent's half hose, all kir..: at lowest prices. Our hats and neckwear are ml esting for every buyer. Remember we sell the genuine Stetson hat. MAX LEVIT UP-TO-DATE HATTER. CORNER MAIM AND CENTRE STREETS. xxxxxxxxxxx HE HUB xxxxxxxxxxx HANKSGIVIXG IS III.RI . Brighten your homes Ly placing a crysanthaneum or two in your window over the event at a small cost of to 74c per plant. Call :4c and see them, even though you do not wisli to buy. You Are Welcome. Look ior them in our new depart ment that is now open in the base ment where you will find a fine line of Glassware and Chinaware that need no polish to make them shine. Do not remain m the dark anv lonprer. We can trive vou lirrht in our parlor at a small cost. The latest novelties in Ganymede Special Helena Lamps, brown or green tints, at only S4.98, worth double. The Century Lamp in calla and swallow cold trimmintrs. at onlv S3.98. 1 he Kennebec Lamp, finely dec - orated with birds and "Darby aud loaue," at $2.98. Dolly Varden Pink, at $3.37. We have also a fine line of pictures in platinotype pastels, and hand painted in fancy gilt frames, from 27c each to $4.30. Do you want to do some cuttinc ? We can help you out, with a fine lot of nickle-plated scissors 3 inches to o inches, at 22c to 49c a pair. We clip the wings of extrava gant prices with them. In Hosiery we have a full line. Hosiery that you will be proud to hang on the line. It will make your neighbors jealous. We are adding daily to our flannel department and just re ceived a nice assortment of Swiss and English outiugs that are suit able for gowns and f-kirts at 7c a yard up. EVERYBODY'S DOLLAR IS THE SAME SIZE AT THIS STORE. CALL AND SEEUS. vVVvyVVVVvVVrVW ,1L 99 NEW CARPETS Linoleums, Oil Cloths and window shades. Best assort ment in town. Remnants of Ca pjts and Oil Cloths cheap. FRICKE'S CARPET STORE, 10 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. Drop iu and examine our fancy candies and fruits, just in for the holidays. New Citron, Lemon Peel and Orange Peel. Raisins and currants and anything you want in our line. Magargle's, 26 EAST CENTRE STREET $1.00 X TT menu