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INT,llt,Hlll:i) IH70. "All the Naws That's Fit to Print." ublislietl every eniug, except Holiday, nt R South .Inrilln street, .Shenandoah, l'n. I.ONO DISTANCi: THLIU'IIONK. The Herald la delivered In Shenandoah and tlio surrounding towns foralieentsn wck, pay able to the carriers. Uy mnll tS.On a yenr. or 23 cento a month payable In advance. Ad vertisement charged according to space and position. The publishers reserve the right to change the position of advertisements whenever the publication of news demands It The right Is reserved to reject any advertisement, whether paid for or not, that the publishers may deem Improper. Adver tising rates made known upon application, ntered at the post ofllcc at Shenandoah, l'o., as second olass mall miter. YOU OAN NOT RKACII HHAPRRB QP THE HEKAU) Timouoii ANY OTIIBR DAILY rUllUCATlON MONDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1809. OUk COUNTRY : First. Last and Forever. Ay Insurgent in Luzon can get $30 for hts gun by turning it over to the United States authorities and engag ing at once in some peaceful industry. There is no impropriety in callingthls benevolent assimilation. Last year the Transvaal gold mines and Kimbarley diamond mines yielded $125,000,000, or just about what the advance in cotton will net Southern producers. Is this a speci men of the "sham prosperity" the Democratic editors talked about ? It is a singular circumstance that the number of deaths among the country's Vice Presidents lias largely exceeded that among its Presidents. While four men holding the higher office died during their term, the deaths in two of these instances Lincoln and Garfield were caused by violence. Six men holding the second office, however, died during their term, and all of them by natural causes. Moreover, the Presi dents, on the average, have been, when taking office, more advanced in years than the Vice Presidents. Christmas is Coming. The dreams of childhood ore tak ing shape in all the stores and shop windows of town, and in two weeks more it will be the great holiday that is hailed with so much joy by Christ endom. Already the shopping inci dent to this festal time has begun, and Santa Claus, who never forgets good little boys and girls at this sea son, is packing up his treasures for his annual trip among the young friends who are to be gluddened by the bounty of this ancient lover of children. Santa Claus is a shrewd old gentle man, and has learned wisdom by his experience of former years. He knows that it is best, at such a time us this, not to wait for the rush and feverish excitement of the last few days before Christmas, as some per sons foolishly do, and so he is buying his wares quietly now, while he has time for calm reflection, and when he will receive that amount of atten tion from the urbane storekeepers, which they will not be able to bestow upon him later on. It would be well for shoppers generally to follow the example of Santa Claus and make their holiday purchases as early as possible. In years gone by, the holiday shop ping in the majority of cases was put off until a day or two" before Christ mas, and the result was much un comfortable crowding of customers and clerks, long hours of rushing ex citement and anxiety on the part of dealers, and occasionally some little dissatisfaction on the part of pur chasers at being unable to obtain what they wanted at the very last moment. The indications all point to a busy holiday season in Shenandoah this year, and the liberal purohases made by all the dealers is evidence of the fact that they expect a brisk business. It will add much to the comfort of all concerned if as many as possibly ran do so will make their holiday purchases as early as they con veniently can before the great rush of the ChrlstmaBtide trade sets in. It Is gratifying to find that there is promise of a cheerful Christmas in Shenandoah and elsewhere this year, and that in many homes the genial and happy influences which seem to bring earth and heaven nearer usually at this season, will be felt and fully appreciated by old and young. NDIGESTION ' Cured by Johnon' Drtptptld Cure UyspepsM. iiuanir to eat or steep rral physicians and iifferent remedie only neipeu me lor a snort time, t dviscd me to take Johnson r Dyspepcl: h.i.e taken three loxes, and am now m - better than I hue f (wo years. Itavt Mkr appetite, sleep well and h ve none of th uiptoms of Indigestion or Ir -pepsU whll I h tve gained ten pounds in weight within c ijile of months. I am t iking pleasure iu it c 'i nendlng Johnson's Iiy-.etsia Cure where i crl '.an, and several of ru li lends are takln, li with marked tcu!t." I.. A. Arnold, Cinu. I-srgt Box 10 cts. by mall, or five a-cent stamp: Mads at TUB JOHNSON I ABORATOKIES, 1- PHItADtLSMK F0R5ALE BY ALL DRUQaiSTST" (AndTonic in Tablet Fohm") Foii All Diseases op the generative organs DtveiopEs and Gives YouTiiruLSTRfNcTii To Ev c ry Part op tiic System GUARANTEED INFALLIBLE ttiaitiY Etipoxsro ByPiysicws BYMulS.oo SEfa Stamp niPAHPMcr panMrican Drug co Sold In Shenandoah nt KIRUIIM'S PHARMACY, Orders by mall sent to any address. TIIC WKATHint. Temperatures are "high from the Mississippi valley eastward, except iu New England, ranging from 2 to 17 degrees abovo the seasonal aver age, while in the west they are cor respondingly low. Another illstuib anco is moving iu from the North Pacific coast, caus ing rains and snows. fc'o'iMst lor this section: Cloudy, with rain, today ur.il probably tomorrow, colder: fresh to brisk southerly to westerly winds. Sunrise, 7:17; sunset, 4:43; length of day, 9h 2Cm.; moon rises. 110 p. m.; moon sets, 1:16 n. v l'nr All StAces or Colds Use "77." First stago, easy to "break up" feeliuK of lnssitide, chilliness, yet flushed face and heat iu head, lameness and soreness in limbs and bones. Second stage, euro takes longer, headachy, thirsty, yet water dou't taste right ; fulness over eyes and noso ; easy flowing discharge from noao ; dryness, scrapy mw feeling in throat. Third state, is the full development of the disease and requires persistent treatment, but always yields to "77' it may be la grippe, or a stubborn cold; influenza, or catarrh; sote throat, or diphtheria ; bronchitis, or pneumonia. Manuals of all diseases sent free. For sale by all druegists, or sent on receipt of pneo, ftje., or five for f 1.00. Humphreys Homeo. Medicine Co., Cor. William & John Sts., New York. !S8 27 Shenandoah to Niagara Falls and Keturu via the Lehigh Valley Itallrnatl. Tickets will be on sale December 23rd and 21th, good to return to and including train No. 8 of December 20th, and will he honored on any train, except the Black Diamond Ex press. Consult Lehigh Valley ticket agents for further particulars. Sick Headaches, The curso of overworked womankind, are quickly and surely cured by Karl's Clover Root Tea, the great blood purifier and tissue builder. Money refunded If not satisfactory, I'rice 25 cts. and SO cts. Sold by P. D. Kirlln ona guarantee. That Tired lVellnc From Taman.ua Recorder, Dem. The voice of Congressman Ryan has not yet been heard in Congress, The uoxt time tho Congressman's voice is heard will be next fall at nightly stands, when he will begin, as usual, "I'm very tired to-night; I have traveled so much through the county." THE MODERN MOTIlKIt lias found that her little ones are improved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when in need of the laxative etiectof ageutlo remedy, than by any other. Children enjoy It and it benefits thom. The truo remedy. Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. Deeds ltecnrded. From Maggie Sallade to Angelina Heckert, premises iu Tower City ; from Daniel Reiner et ux to Schuylkill Trust Co., premises in Upper Mahantongo Tivp ; from Mary Geh. ring et al. to William Gehring, premises in Frackville ; from Wm. Gehring et ux. to Kate Freiler etal., premises lu Frackville. .Save the Nickels. From saving, comes having. Ask ypur grocer how you can save 15c by investing five cents. He can tell you just how you can get one large 10c package of "Red Cross" starch, one large 10c package of "Hubinger's Best" starch, with the premiums, two baautl ful Shakespeare panels, printed in twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth Century Girl Calendar, all for 5c. Ask your grocer for this starch and obtain these beautiful Christmas presents free, THE FINANCE DEBATE. It In Ilepnrtefl That Some Democrat! "Will Fnveir ilif MeiiNtire. Washington, Dec. 11. The house will devote the week entirely to tho financial debate on the currency bill. The vote will not be taken until next Monday. The debate will probably cover a wide range, Including a gen eral re-threshing of the campaign Is sue of lSOii. and there may be some stormy Incidents. The Republicans are arrayed solidly for the bill, but many of them who have never before advoepjr-d tfce gold standard doubtless will have to take the floor to explain their change of position. On the Dem ocratic side some of the members are reported as favoring the bill, but there has been no canvass made as yet, and It remains to be seen how many of them will join the Republicans upon this measure. Representative Over street, of Indiana, who will have charge of the bill on the floor, makes the opening argument In Its support. The week does not promise to be a busy one In the senate, the Indications being Iff routine business and short sessions inside the chamber, with much preparation for future work In the committee rooms. Senator Mason will open the week with a speech on his resolution declaring the sympathy of this country with the Doers In their war with Great Britain. There may be other brief speeches upon this and other questions, though there Is a gen eral disposition on the part of sen ators to postpone speech making until after the holidays. The finance com mittee may meet tomorrow for prelim inary consideration of the finance bill, but this Is not yet decided upon. Say He- Mitit initiator f henry. Racine, Wis., Dec. 11. A man giv ing the name of George Dardls was ar rested yesterday after making a state ment In a saloon that he was the man who shot the Rev. D. 13. Cheney and wife left Thursday. Dardls says he shot the minister because of his A. P. A. belief. Ills statement, however, is discredited. TUB WAflB INCREASES. IIIuIm-nI Mum- In Miiniirlinni'll Shier tin- llonni of I Mi::. Pull River, Mass., Doc. 11. The now wage schedule, giving the mill em ployes of this city nil Increase In their wages of 10 per cent, wont Into effect today In all tho mills of this city. Tho ndvanco of 10 per cont In tho wngos of New lSngland's cotton operatives moans an nvorngo addition to the pny of onch employe of about 70 cents per week, a total Incronse or $105,000 each weok and a yearly Incroaso In wages of about $6,500,000. The groator por tion of the Now Kn gland cotton opor ntlvos began work iinder tho now schedule today, over 75,000 hands holng affected. Tho second group of ovor CO.OOO will bogln work under tho 10 per cent atUnnce Dc. 18, and between Dec. 11 and the now yonr C.000 oper atives In eastern Connecticut will bo employed at the advanced rnto. All the cotton mill operatives of Now Eng land are now receiving or will receive shortly an nvorage rate of pay which will equal tho previous high rate of 1892, when thoy wore paid the highest rate of wages since the inception of the cotton Industry. A Card. Wo, the underslgnod, do hereby agreo to refund tho money on a 50-ccnt hottlo of Greene's Warranted Synip of Tar if it falls to euro your cough or cold. Wo also guaran tee 25-cont bottle to prove satisfactory or monoy refunded, A. Wasley, C. II. Hagonbuch, Shenandoah Drug Store, P.W. Blorsteln & Co. Killed lilt llt-iitht-r With u mow. Newark, N. J., Dec. 11. I'oter Doran, 28 years old. killed his brother Pat rick early yesterday morning In front of their home here. Death was caused by n fractured skull, sustained, It Is believed, by Patrick falling from tho force of the blow dealt him In tho face by I'etor. Peter made no effort to escape and was arrested. A charge of murder was placed against him. Itching piles? Never mind if physicians havo failed to cure you. Try Doan's Oint ment. No failure there. 50 cents, at any drug store. Chletitro Voile' Until it 'IVnco." Chicago, Dec. 11. In a raid by tho police yesterday on two houses In West Van Buren street property, the value of which Is estimated at $12,000, was recovered. The property consists of sealskin garments, dress goods, sil verware, laces and cut glass, supposed to be tho proceeds of burglaries In residences and stores not only In Chi cago, but In oilier large cities, by an organized gang of thieves. A man who gave the name of William Jen nings, and who is under arrest, gave the Information which led to the raid. Two women were arrested, charged witli receiving stolen property, and six other women have been arrested on suspicion. Tor Infants and. Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of ActMlstMl liitnt!tt ltet oiim- C'ltHhlr. St. Louis, Dec. 11. Arnold Tusch schmidt, the cashier of tho Internal revenue department who was out on ball awaiting trial on a charge of em bezzling $7,000, has been rearrested on a warrant charging an additional shortage in his accounts of $2,000. Tuschschmldt was unable to furnish $5,000 bonds and was committed to jail. Collector Greunor swore to tho Information on which the warrant was Issued. It is intimated that the short age may aggregate $20,000. Try Oraln-OI Try Graln-O! Ask your grocer to-day to show you a package of GUAIN-O, tho new food drink that takes the place of coffee. The children may drink It without injury as well as the adult. All who try it, like it. GRAIN-O has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made from pure grains, and the most delicate stomach receives it without distress One-fourth the price of coffee. 15c and 25c. per package. Sold by all grocers. M 'MtprlntiM l2xtnNN Itolilier. Cheyenne, Wyo., Dec. 11. The de tails of n most mysterious robbery aro Just coming to light here. Saturday night, between 9 and 10 o'clock, the office of tho Pacific Express company was robbed, but as yet not a single clew has been discovered. There Is a small force of men In the express of fice at night to handle express on In coming and outgoing trains, and when these trains arrive the men have been In the habit of locking the office. This was done Saturday night, as usual, and when the expressmen returned, 20 minutes later, tho door was open, as was also the safe door. The amount of money taken Is reported to be between 15.000 and $25 000 Little Pimples Turn to Cancer. Cancer often results from an Im purity in the blood, Inherited from generations back. Few people are en tirely free from some taint In the blood, and it Is impossible to tell when it will break out in the form of dreaded Can cer. What has appeared to be a mere pimple or scratch has developed Into the most malignant Oancer. "I bad a severe Cancer which was at first only a few blotches, that I thought would soon pais away, i was treated by several able physicians, but In spits of their efforts the Can cer spread until my con dition became alarming. After many months of treatment and growing steadily worse, J de cided to try B. S. 8. which was so stronglv s recommended. The first bottle produced an lm- f rovement. I continued he medicine, and In four months the last lit tle scab dropped off. Ten Te&rs h&ve elsnsecL and not a sign ol the disease has returned." 11. F. Williams, aniiburg, jim. It Is dangerous to experiment with Cancer. Tho disease is beyond the skill of physicians. S. S. S. is tho only cure, because it Is the only remedy which goes deep enough to reach Oancer. SSSJIneBlOOd (Swift's Specific) li the only blood remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable. All others contain potash and mer cury, the most dangerous of minerals. Books on Oancer and blood disease! mailed freo by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia, CONSUL MACUUM'S MISSION. A Ilellcf Thnl Its- Ileum n IViicr Pro. Iiositl I'rniii KriiKor. Liverpool, Dec. 11. Friends In this city of Charles 13. Macrum, iinlll re cently United States coiiruI at Pre toria, tho Transvaal Republic, now re turning to this country, sny ho will impart Informant n to the state depart ment which ho was unwilling to risk cabling. His letters conclusively prove CHARLES I3VERSON MACRUM. that not only was Macrum not persona non grata to the Transvaal govern ment, but that ho on tho best pos sible terms with President Kruger. Cabling could only bo done over a line controlled In part by England. It Is behoved tho information brought by Macrum is from President Kruger, and the purpose is to Initiate measures to bring tho war to a close on honorable terms to tho Dutch republic. Many a Lover Has turned with disgust from an othcnvlso lovablo girl with an offensive breath. Knrl's Clover Root Tea purifios tho breath by Its action on tho bowels, otc, as nothing olso will. Sold for years on absolute guarantee. Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. Sold by P. D. Clrlin on a guarantee. A Kutiility SitliHiii Miinlfr. Omaha, Dec. 11. Charles R. Grove, prominent In locnl politics and a mem ber of the Republican committee, was killed last night by Tom Collins, a local character. The killing was cold blooded and premeditated, and occur red In Grove's saloon. Collins fought fiercely to escape, but officers soon ar rived and he was taken to jail. He had mude threats to kill Grove, the latter having ejected him from the sa loon several times. What Is Sblloh 1 A'grand old remedy for Cough, Colds and Consumption ; used through tho world for half a century, has cured iunumcrable cases of Incipient consumption and relieved many iu ndvanced stages. If you are not satisfied with the results wo will refund your money Price 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1,00. Sold by P. D Klrlin on a guarantee. Citr Fumliif Will Close Steel Work. Altoona, Pa., Dec. 11. Unless the Standard Steel company, of Lewistown, Pa., can get a consignment of coal within the next few days the entire works, employing 2,500 meu, will be forced to shut down, A representative of the company was at WIndber, near here, Saturday, to see the Berwlnd Whlto Coal company officers about get ting coal, but failed to get any, He also visited all the local operators, but was unable to procure a ton. He goes Into the Clearfield district today. Scar city of cars is given as the reason. The Kind You Have Always Bought Drink ns nit I2ctlH' Fur ShfiotltiK. New York. Dec. 11. Walter Rafters, who originally gave his name to the police as Willis Rosser, a student at the Post Graduate hospital, who shot Fred J. Slater, 24 years old, of Rail way, N. J In Madison Square Garden Saturday night, was arraigned in po lice court yesterday. A report was presented from Bellevuo hospital that the wounded man's condition was fa vorable, and Rnffers was held In de fault of $1,000 ball for examination on Tuesday. Raffers, who comes from Stevenson, Ala., was considerably un der the influence of liquor when ar rested, and yesterday he declared that he had no Intention of shooting Slater. O jSL. Si "2D1 C- li. 2! J- Bears tie' Tto Kind You Have Always Bought (Vsk your grocer tor the "Uoyal Patent" donr, and tako no other hrnnd. It Is the bes Fall and Winter Footwear. Don't buy elsewhere until you see our stock. It is a winner and so are the prices attached to every pair ot shoes, whether for men, ladies, misses, or children. We sell the "best" qualities of footwear cheaper than any other shoe dealer. Mothers should bear in mind that our children's shoes are the most durable. We are closing out another lot very cheap. BOSTON 27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, I. SPON1, PROP, FOUR DOORS ABOVE POST OFFICE. Cheapest Shoe Repairer ! From Philadelphia. GOOD WORK GUARANTEED, Men's soles and heels CO and SOo Men's ' " " (sewed) MnndOOo Ijullea " " " 40 and SOo Indies' " " " Isewed G0o Children's soles and heels SO and OSo Children's shoos, 30c Satisfactory linUli work. Shoe heeled only 15 ami 3) tU. Sam Droady, Hobutn nioclc, W W, Centre trcet The Cure that Cures Coughs, Colds, Grippe, Whooping CotiRh, Asthma BronohlUsand Inolplont Consumption, Is the German remedy" vjUaW touri? 25&50cAs AtiisiiKtu'n .Mlllffiit Dollnr llri. Augusta, On., Dec. 11. The worst lire that Augusta has had In years started early Sunday morning and caused $1,000,000 tlnmage. It began In tho heart of J. B. White's big dry goods house, the nearest approach Augusta had to a big modern department store. The origin of the tire Is unknown, but It Is surmised that an electric wire may have come In contact with tho woodwork after the Insulation on It became Imperfect, or possibly a spark from the sputtering arc light may have tumbled Into tho dry goods. Krory family should have its household mcdlcino chest nnd the first bottle in It should be Dr. Wood's Norway I'lno Syrup. Nature's remedy for coughs and colds. I.fiuriilt HiiiHiitln lllNcri'illtcMl. Youngstown, O., Dec. 11. The fam ily and relatives of Major Logan dis credit a story sent out from San Fran cisco that ho was shot by his own men In battle to redress a fancied grlovance. Robert Uentley, administrator of Ma jor Logan's estate, says; "The story Is too absurd to believe. We have a copy of the report of General Otis filed with the war department stating that Major Logan was killed by Fili pinos in battle, and are satisfied It Is correct." OASTORIA. Bears the si The Kind You Hare Always Bought 8isr THE SIX DAY CYCLISTS. Miller mill Wiiller Covered Nearly Ttrenty-elKlit Ilumlreil Mllea, New York, Dec. 11 Charles W. Mil ler, of Chicago, the long distance bi cycle rider of the world, and Frank Waller, the Dutchman, won the, six day bicycle race which ended at 10 o'clock Saturday night at Madison Square Garden. They finished firBt by two laps, with 2,733 2-5 miles to their credit. Otto Maya, of Erie, Pa., and Archie McEachern, the Canadian, came In second. Louis GImm, of Pitts burg, and Burns Pierce, of Boston, were third, one lap behind the second men. Fischer and Chevalier, the Frenchman, were fourth, only two laps behind, and Earl D. Stevens, of Buffalo, and Charley Turville were fifth, separated from the Frenchman also by two laps. For their week or record breaking riding Miller and Waller, exclusive of individual prizes, will receive $1,000; Maya and McEachern, $700; Glmm and Pierce, $400, and the others $300, $200 and $100. Walthour will receive $500 for the Individual championship. Tfhe scene at the garden was exciting when tho winners swept over the line, ending one of the most sensational contests of Its kind ever given In this country. Ten thousand people say the finish. Croup instantly relieved. Dr. Thomas' Kclectrlo Oil. Perfectly safe. Never falls. At any drug store. Drink is Death OR. CHARCOT'S TONIC TABLETS are the only positively guaranteed remedy for the Drink Habit, Nervousness and Melancholy caused by fctronirdrlnS. WK mJAltA.NTEn FOUR BOXES to Cure any case with a positive written guar antee or refund the money, and to destroy tho fippetlte for Intoxicating liquors, THE TABLETS CAN BE GIVEN WITHOUT KNOWLEDGE OP THE PATIENT. STRONG DRINK aiTireath'rnor?rfiit of J10.0O we will mall you four 41 boxes and ikwI Uve written guarantee to curs or refund jourmoney. Single boxes 13.00. For sale at Klrlln's drujr store. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR MINT. A dwelling house with all modern conveniences, ormerly occupied bv the undershrned. located un North Main street opposite the V. & If. frelcht depot. Fur further information apply to Joslah V. John, son, or M II Keliler, Shenandoah, Po. 11-21-tf 1710 li SALE, A spring wagon. Apply at the l MPItAT.TI nfllr.A. tt "VTOTICE. Desirable properties for sale. Ap- IY nlv to 8. O. M. Ifollnneter. &ttnrnev. Alien. Bn.l..i. Viitf &-31-U I lOU SAI.K. Cheap to a prompt buyer. A ? very desirable three-story property In a fiaved square on Main street. Contains two urge store rooms with plute gloss fronts Com fortable dwelllncr with hath. Yard, warereom ai.d stable, to each. Win le lot 30x190 feet to alley Very fine locallun for any kind of uumiii'Bs. i-rrirr iu huj uiu wnuio property but will sell part of It If desired, at very reason able prlcu and terms. For further Information please address "Owner," I. O, llox 22. Shenan. doah.l'a. 11-6-tf EXI5CUTOIt'8NOTlCK.-Ktate of Marearet lloehm, late of the llorxugh pf rlbeuan doali, county of Hchuylklll, and State of 1'emi svlvanla. deceased. Letters tentamentarv on said estate having been granted to the under signed, all persons Indebted thereto are re quested to make Immediate payment, and those having claims or demands aga list the same will present them without delay for settlement to Kate Hokum Executrix, tibenandoah, Fa., or K. W. Shoemaker, Attorney. Deo. HI,, 1899. 12-4-Ct-oaw. The Best Bargain Houes -In Shenandoah Is at- 233 West Centre Street, You would be amazed to see the values we . i offered In . . Underwear, Coots and Shoos, ... Grooortos. If you only giro us a trial, that Is all we ssk This means a stvud customer at our store, Strong HIS "PARE" WAS DEAD. Cabman Prevented nn Attempt to Cotrr l!p n Murder. Now York, Dec. 11. Whllo waiting for an early Sunday morning forryhoat to convey a party of three men who were wringing a "sick friend" to Dolle vuo hospital for treatment, Charles McDormolt, a cabman of this city, made the startling discovery In Long Island City that his "sick" faro was a dead man, and that the men who were bringing the bcaly to this city were evldontly trying to cover up murder. Edward It. Hamilton, a colored man, 23 years of ago, was shot and killed by Ferdinand Haer, proprietor of a saloon In Long Island City, during a barroom brawl early yesterday morning. Mnr tln Doyd, a colored men, entered the saloon and got Into a difficulty with one of the bartenders, McNnlly. When an attempt was made to eject Uoyd Hamilton went to his rescue nnd Pro prietor Daer went to tho rescue of Mc Nally. Hamilton drew a knife and cornered Baer, who drew his revolver. The colored man made several lunges at Baer, and the latter Ilred point blank at Hamilton, killing him Instantly. Then Baer came to this city and on gaged McDormott to bring a "sick friend" to the hospital. While wait ing for a boat at the ferry McDermott opened the carrlago door and discover ed the dead man. He called a police man and Baer, McNally and a man named Crooks were arrested. Boyd, who started the disturbance, was also arrested. Germnny'M Imluxtrliit Iloom. Berlin, Dec. 11. The money market situation continues to bo the chief con cern of tho German business world, but thus far money market conditions do not Inspire a fear of permanent trouble In Berlin. A high financial authority gave the press correspondents an es timate of the gold In circulation In Germany, placing this at 2,500,000,000 marks, and predicted that the Indus trial situation would continue very strong. A reading official of the reich shank explained that the Industrial boom had not yet reached Its culmina tion, but was now extending to the textile Industries. Bismarck's Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid' health. In domitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power of brain and body. Only 25c at A. wasley surug store. Sacrifice Piano m Bargains. A square piano in good condition. A give away bargain. $85 Parlor Grand Piano A HighGrade Can be exchanged for any other style of instrument. These are sacrifice opportunties. . O'NEILL Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, 10 South Main St. Christmas ft' Groceries At the Cheapest Store In "Town. All the choicest grades of Dried Fruits, Canned Goods, Citron and I.cmon l'cel. eta. at almost your own prices. All our Flour Is sold very cheap. Poultry and Truck. ELLIS GUZINSKY, 21S West Centre St. THE BOSTON BAKERY NOW AT 222 West Centre Street, Try our 23 cents worth of bread checks It entities you to seven loaves. 1 Oc Regular size cup Ccke 7c. 1 oc Regular size sponge cake Qc Try our confectionery. Buy trom ua. We sell fine confectionery cheap. Boston Bakery, II. MorfffiiiAteln, Prop. Edward Early's Saloon, Cor. Oak street and Pear alley. Very convenient to the rear entrance of the lockup. FREE : LUNCH : SERVED : ALL : DAY. SHOE BARGAINS ! In order to reduce our tremendous stock of boots, shoes and rub bers, we will for the next ten days cut and slash prices in half. Come and be convinced. Indies' and gent's velvet and alligator 75c slippers, at 50c; old ladies' warm shoes, worth $1.00, and $1.25, at 75c and SI J men's winter Russetts and blacks, worth $3, at $2.25 i the finest men's black and tan shoes in town, worth $5.00, at $3, Take advantage of this remarkable ten-day sale and get good shoes cheap. We carry a full line of men's and boy's Snag Proof Boots. FACTORY SHOE STORE, NO. 45. SOUTH MAIN ST. ABE LEVI INI E, Prop. NONE SO POPULAR. It is Daily Gaining Shenandoah. I'nvor in Hesulis Reported From People Who Have Given a FalrTrlal to the Remedy. Morriiw' Kiil-tic.oliR tlio scientific kidney romtdy and hnekneho euro. Is dnlly gaining favor In Slit'iianduali, No medicine lias over been sold In this city for Kidney aliments, backache, nervousness, sleeplessness and ven nr.il debility that lias gained such popular favor as Morrow's Kid-nu-nlds Wo give you tho experience, of M9. Mary Fritz, 1113 Wot Coal strctt, Shenandoah. Pa , says : "As to tho high value of Morrow's Kld-tic-olds I can cheerfully attest, lleforo Inking Kill.iie-oiits I stiOcrcd with a constant dull pain hi tho small of iny back and nt times would have sharp shooting pains just over the kidneys, extending up spine to shoulders, t was so nervous nnd would havo spells of dizziness and could not sleep nor rest. Sinco I have tnken Ktd-ne-olds my troubles have been greatly rellovcd and my general health is much improved," Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills, but Yellow Tablets and sell at fifty cents a box at all drug stores and nt S. P. Kirliu's drug store Mailed on receipt of price. Manufactured by John Morrow & Co., Chemists, Spring, field, Ohio. Philadelphia & Readinq R'y. Engines Burn Hard Goal No Smoke. IN KPFKCT NOVUM ItEU 1, lMr9 Trains leave Shenandoah as follows: For New York via Philadelphia, week day 2 10, 5 38, 7 87, 9 M a. m., 12 20, 8 09 and 6 09 p. in. SundajB, 210 a m. For New York via Mar.ch Chunk, week days. 7 87 a. m., 12 20 and 8 09 p. in. For Reading and Philadelphia, week days. 2 10, 5 88, 7 87. 9 85 a. m., 12 26, 3 09 and 6 09 p. ro. Sundays, 2 10 a m. For Pottsvllle, week days, 2 10, 7 87, 9 S3 a. m. 12 28, 8 09, 0 09 and J 80 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 a in. For Tamaqua and Mahanoy City, week days, 2 10, 787, 965 ft. m 1226 . 8 09 and 809 p, m. Sundays, 210 am. For Willlamsport, Hunbury and Lewlsburg, week days. 8 27, 11 82 a. m 12 28, 7 80 p. m Sundays, 8 27 a m. For Mahanoj Plane, weekdays, 2 10, 8 27, B 38, 787,9 55, 11 82 a.m., 12 26, 8 09, 6 09, 7 80, 9 56 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 and 8 27 a m. For Ashland and Sharookin, week days, 8 27, 787 11 82 a.m., 12 26, 8 09, 6 07, 7 25 and 9 65 p. m. Sunday, 8 27 a m. For Baltimore. Washington and the West via H. AO. It. II., through trains les-i Beading Terminal. Phlladelnhla. (P. A. H. H Hi nt sal. T 55, 1126 a. m., 810 and 7.27 p. i. Sundays 8 20, 7 00, 11 26 a. ra., 8 46 and 7 27 p. m. Addi tional trains trom Twenty-fourth and Chest nut streets station, wees: aays, laou a. m. 12 20 iv inniupm. nunaays, l an, a 23 p. m. TRAINS FOR SHENANDOAH r .... -. H.tw V.,lr via Ul. . 1 n . 1. 1 - ....... I- days, 12 15. 4 80, 7 80, 11 80 a. m and l' 30, 4 80. 9 00 p.m. ieave new xorrc via xiiaucn ununk, week days, 4 30. 9 10 a. m., 1 80, 4 40 p, m. Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal, week days, 4 80, t) 88. 10 21 a. m. and 186, 4 06 6 36, 11 oo fi. m. Leave Reading, week days, 1 87, 7 00. 10 08. a, m., 12 15, 4 17, 6 00, 8 26 p. m Leave Pottsvllle, week days. 7 17, 7 40 a. m. 980, 1230,1 20, 4 80, 6 10 and 6 60 p. m. jcave laroatjua, weeK aays, tf is, a 60, n a. m., 1 49, 5 56 7 r , 9 44 p. m. Leave Mahanoy City, week days, 8 45, 9 04, 1147 a.m. i 2i 8 J, 6 24, 7 41, 1008 p. m Leave Mahanuy Plane, week days. 2 40. 4 00 880, 922 10 23,12 00, a. m 289, 586, 642,758 iu 24 p m Leave Willi. sport, week days, 7 42, 1000 a, n 12 J4 and t 00 1180 p.m. ArLANTlOCITY DIVISION, Leave V lladclphla Chestnut street wharf and -utli street vtaar !( Atlantic City. Weekdays Express 9 00, 2 00, 4 00, 5 00, 7 15 pm. A commodatlon, 800 a m, 5 lOp m. Sun day Express, 9 00, 10 CO a m, 7 15 p m. Accom modation, 8 CO a m, 4 45 n m. Leave Atlantic City Depot : Weekdays Ex press, 7 33, 9 CO 10 30 a in, 3 80, 5 30 pm. Accom modation, 8 15 a m, 4 05 p ra. Sundays Express, 4 80, 7 80 p m. Accommodation, 7 13 a m,4 OS p m. For Capo May, Ocean City and Sen Islo City Weekdays 9(0 nrn, 4 10, 5 00 pm. Sundays -Chc-tnut St.. 9 15, South ht., 9 a ro. Addition l for Cape May Weekdays 0 80 a ra. Parlor Cars on all express trains. Cor further Information, apply lo iieaiesl Peiladelt bla and Beading Railway ticket agent or address I. A. HWEIOABD, ED80K J, WlIKKS, Gen'l Sunt., Oen'l P&sj r Art.. SOLOMON HAAK Agent for the Famous BERGNER & ENGEL Phila. Stock Ale, Sparkling Still Amber Ale, Bottled Pale Ale, Blown Stout, Half and Hall, Beer and Porter. L0RENZ SCHMIDT'S Mt. Carbon Beer ON TAP At all its customers to-day. Solomon Haak's, 116 South Main Street, Will receive nromot Attention. EVAN J. DAVIES, Livery and Undertaking. No. 13 North Jardin St.