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KSTMU.I4lll:l 1870 "All the News Thai's Fll lo Print' iit.llshr.1 cier "enltit, except Sunday, at South Jardlu street, Shenandoah, Pn. LONO llllTANOIC TULKrilONH. The Herald ta delivered In Shcnnndooh bihI the .urroundlns; town forslxcc ntsn wek, pay able to the curriers. Ily mull 13.00 n yenr, or 23 ccntn a month payable In ndvnnce d verttacment. charged according to space mid position. The publishers reserve the right to change the position ol advertisements whenever tho publication of news demands It The right Is reserved to reject any advertisement, whether paid lor or not, that the publishers niny deem Improper. Adver tising rates made known uponappllcntlon. ntered at the post oftlce nt Shenandoah, Ta., as second class malt nist'er. YOU UAN NOT II BACH KKAIIRB or THE HEUAI.n Timouoii ANY OTHMIt duly rUIIMCATION TUESDAY. DECEMUEK 12. 18D9. OUR COUNTRY : First. Last and Forevei ' T"-'"5le Kepubliciui, which Is generally conservutive and reliable, makes the statement that the new telephone company secured the right of wny in Potttvilie mainly because the three Judges on the Schuylkill county bench are directly or in directly interested in the company. TllK Millers' Journul has manfully come out in the open, and declares Ha opposition to Messrs. Bruium, White house and Schrink as party leaders, jion that proposition the party press ( the county is a unit, and in that lese journals merely express the sentiments of the rank and tile of the party voters. The advice given by Vicar General Koch, of Shamokin, to those miners jn that vicinity who contemplated a strike in sympathy with the strikers at Nanticoke, while not in accord with the plans of some of the officers of the United Mine Workers, was em ptmtio in denunciation of the proposed strike. He advised the meu against striking If thev had no grievances of their own; that if they had such grievances they should endeavor to arbitrate them and that he would as sist them in an elTort to secure a fair adjustment of differences. The men very wisely took his advice. Itev. H. P. O'Heilly, of the Annunciation church, of town, on Sunday addressed the members of his parish along the same lines, and cautioned his hearers against the professional labor aglta tors and strongly advocated arbitra tion as a means of settlement of what' ever differences that may exist be tween the men and their employers, The Home Paper. A well known writer In one of the widely circulated monthlies gave voice to an opinion which has a solid basis of good sense and keen judgment. He said that it was a man's duty as a loyal citizen to patronize a home paper A man that has the interests of the town at heart and wishes for its advancement cannot, with justice to his avowed interest, leave out a liberal patronage of the home papers, either in advertising space, if he is a business man, or by subscription. "A newspaper," said Lincoln one day when several newspaper men were plying him with questions at a railroad station, "is a part of a town -just as much as its town hall or its poBt office." If this be true, then why should a citizen who wishes his town well leave out patronizing home papers f What you are interested in or should be the welfare and af fairs of our town are not contuined In the city papers. The way to get a good national gov ernment is begun by having a good municipal government; and the way you can get a good municipal govern ment Is to start in and want it work for It, Without a newspaper you can't work you are only blindly try ing you can't do the work of a dozen reporters and editors in Adding out the doings of the community. For a few cents you can sit quietly and read all about what you want to know or leave out what you don't care to know and at the game time be in creasing the chances for still better journalism and, thereby, facilitating better municipal government. OVER A MILLION tocent packages of John. on Kidney rill have oeen (Old. It was the first Reliable Kidney Remedy SZ? popular price, end Is the ONI.Tr ON 15 that la PEOPLE ARE USING JOHNSON'S KIDNEY PILLS FOR KIDNEY TROUBLES GUARANTKKl) tocuresil dlteasea of the KIDS MVS, BLADDER and URINA UY JRGANS, What belter estlmonials could weglve S Pill lo cent. Uyoiail fitea-cent stamps. MADE AT Tha Jelma litoritorto, Int., PHILADELPHIA FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQOISTS. nilllous of Dollars Ooaplnunokb every year. Take no risfcs bat net your houses, stock, fur niture, etc., Innnrod In first-class re liable companies as represented ly DAVID FAUST, UX Aba Life an&a,c!dBtal omssnisi mmi. vi. ,. .. , , ,, , , fz ;S I.-, i nl - t p . ,,, (, ; :s f .m in .-I i i ,i i' i ;S nn til t 1 1 nit .i , a by Hi,. ;5 um of any iiln-r 11 uu t u 3? -v BA2TAR (WwS 'iMBirniiHiujii,,'Mfla t tNo-Seam-AIlownnce Patterns.) 5; lm nave nn an e mi i r m ni 1 t rtVi E fit r t.i mi .1 i i i.iii-.; 12 H. e. h i ne III r 1 l , ,,, , f rry tit t I in , it b t I A . t r 2" ;S firm l.rt l I i ' h rt ! m i f . ,,, ml 5 'Itsii rt. A ' il iii I) lie i I i i t si) Its "I : A FREE PATTERN ; ;S l"-r t" it ti-cii.itt v 111 br Riven ! ;S ciciy sub ,inU r lo 3I A LADIES' MAGAZINE. E unf tint tfiv lntlv - i.iii ,1 -3 I uh lleanltl il c. Tul I lj- I islnotn , ilrrs.ln.tl. mi. ( i on . r u.rU . Eiiiim. linl 1 I-. : I . . rf'.r In ,1-iv, or, ul tt. f r Jan- ,1 copy l.atly nri.t v ml l S, i it fur tutu. : THE McCALL CO., is I3D-I4G Wost 14th St., N?w York. 5; Tliese celebrated patterns nnd pub lications are for sale, and r com mended by L. J. Wilkinson. IlrlllirtMl lUlm m Vllltigln. On account of tho Mimr.nic Grand bodR-a' t'ommenioratioii nf the ilrath of Oi-inzo Washington on tho one liuinlri'illli nuiil vorsury, ut Alosnndrla, Vn., Dcccniher 13 to ITi. thn pAniiavlmiiln tiullcuil P, ,.111 sell excursion ticket from points on Its lino to Washington at nito of rare ami a third for tliu round trip (no rato lew than liny outs). Tickets will be sold December 13, and wilt bu gi-od returning, when properly validated by Washington tioket HKent, until December 18, inclusive. Hide-trip tickets from Alixnndria to Hieli mond and return will bo sold on December 13. 14, and 15, good to return until December IS. inclusive, at rato of f I For additional itifoitnutloii apply to nearest til ket agent. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature CiiiiiiiTIiiii flniifct-r ArrikNtiil. Montreal, Dec. 12. M. Lemioux, ac countant of the defunct Banque Ville Marie, was arrested, last night on a charge of stealing $173,000 from the funds of the institution. You Try It. If Shlloh's Cough nnd Consumption Cure, which Is sold for the small prico of 25 eta., 50 eta. nnd $1.00, docs not cure tako the bottle back and we will refund your money. Sold for over fifty years on this guarantee. Price 23 cts. and 50 eta. Sold by P. D. Kirlin on i guarantee. Alfewi'il ntriroH ltolilior Art'-4tf-il, Cheyenne, Wyo., Dec. 12. Ed Nep tune, a former employe of the Pacific Express company, was arrested yes terday charged with robbing the ofllce of the company In this city. Neptune denies the charge. It is now ofllcinlly reported that the robber carried away $2,400 in cash and $4,000 worth of money orders .and other valuables. S we the NiekelK, From savins, comes having. Ask your grocer how you can sive lc by Investing Ave conts lie can tell you just how you cuu get one largo 10c packago of "IJfd Cross" starch, ono largo 10c package of "Ilubi tiger's Rest" starch, with tho premiums, two beauti ful Shakespeare panels, printed in twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth Century Girl Calendar, nil for 5c. Ask your grocer for this starch and obtain these beautiful Christmas presents free. S8.27 Shenandoah to Niagara Falls and lteturn via the Lehigh Valley llallreail Tickets will be on sale December 23rd and 24th, good to return to and including train No. 8 of December 20th, and will be 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 Boot Tea, the great blood purifier and tissue builder. Money refunded if not satisfactory, Price 23 cts. and 50 cts. Sold by P. D. Kirlin ona guarantee. Gemmim to UP'nc-pnrteil. Houston, Tex., Dec. 12. United States Immigrant Inspector Levy, af ter a tour ot lumber camps In Arkan sas, northern Louisiana and Missis sippi, has arrived at Galveston with 43 Germans who are charged with having entered the United States tinder con tract. The men arrested will he turn ed over to the North German Lloyd company to be returned to Germany. OASVOBIA. Bears the ,1 M KM You Have Always Bought ISxploillns; (iimoUiii Iiijnri-N Firemen Montgomery, Ala., Dec. t2. Seven firemen were injured by an explosion of gasoline In a fruit store here yes terday. They are Chief John Browder, Captain Ed J. Griffith, Paul I. Mlcou, Thomas Doran, Will D. Rollins, Ja cob Hlnderer and L. A. Hill. It is thought Griffith will die. The de partment had responded to an alarm of fire from the fruit store and entered the building a few minutes before the gasoline exploded. I tolling piles? Never mind if physicians have failed to cure you. Try Doan'a Oint ment. No failure there. 50 cents, at any drug store. A Mounter Steel Plmil. Pittsburg, Dec. 12. That tho Ameri can Steel and Wire company will build Its Immense fC.OOO.OOO plant on Ne ville Island, a suburb ot this city, Is now a settled fact. Yesterday ground was broken for the first of the six 800 ton boBsemor furnaces to be erected. Each of these furnaces will cost 200,OO0. The company has pur chased a tract of 400 acres on the Isl and, at a cost of $800,000, on which the intention Is to erect a plant of sufficient capacity to centralize all the company's smaller plants, making of the Island a small city in Itself. When completed the works will employ over C.000 men. Two bridges will be erect- ta connecting the Island with the mainland. Every family should have Its household medicine chest and the first bottle In It should be Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Nature's remedy for coughs and colds, rams . MS CALL'S A Till', VITATHril ttPiiprni in 1 us nave 'ron." i oil from the MlMlMlppl alley eastward, nnd tlipy have rh:tni,."d ti snow in (ii lower MIhmimh i vni loy 11ml .-(..! portion of ih m u die slope 'IV. p . i uluren co.itlMii' Itisli east of the al.h u :l th y :,v ui.iiiinein vn 1,. liili from tliu midd'p ulf statiM 1101 1 11 nri' Fovpcii'-t i this section: ttnln toilny; fnlr tumor row; collier; brisk to high soMhorly winds, becoming wosterly. Sunrise, 7:18; sunset, 4:44; lens'li ot Jay, Oh., 2Gm'n.; moon rises, 1:46 p ni., aioon eets, 2:21 h. hi. Ni'iirfHTS ni' ',ai:". Dispatches from Iowa and Minne sota toll ot heavy snow In those states. Two men wuro asphyxiated by gnu In n little shoe repairing shop in Brooklyn. A bomb was exploded in a theater In Murcla, Spain, destroying the build ing. No ono was Injured. The state department sRys that Den mark Iibs not offered to sell her West Indian islands to tho United State.). A revised list of tho dead shows that 2G mon wore killed by fire damp in the Carbon Hill mine at Carblnado, Wnsh. Georgo White, arrested In Philadel phia on Saturday for shoplifting-, was yesterdny sentenced to prison for two years nnd six months. Colonel Graham and William P. Cunneen, of St. Mnry's, Kan., wore fatally poisoned by drinking a disin fectant In mistake for whisky, .The supreme court has decided against the seizure of the ste inner Duena Ventura during the war wUh Spain, nnd the distribution of prize money. Hope has been abandoned of forming a permanent arbitration board in Chi cago to decide labor controversies, the labor organizations objecting to the appointment of a Judge to be the liual arbitrator. Story ot a Slave. To be bound hand and foot for yoirs by the chains of disease Is the worst form of slivery George 1) Williams, of Manchester, Mich, tells how such a slave was made free He says : "My wll'o has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in ben alone. After using two bottlos of Electric nitters, she is wonderfully improved a d ablo to do b"r n work." This supreme remedy for fetualo diseases quickly cuies nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, head ache, backache, fainting and dizzy spells. This miraido working medli.ineisu godsend to weak, sickly, run down people Ever bottio guarautecd. Only 50 ceuts Sold by A. W'asley, Druggist. One of tlio MiiKiirn Vlctliaw. Buffalo, Dec. 12. The first bedy to come to the surface of Lnke E- Io f on the wreck of the steamer Nlas -r i was found on the shore near 1'ort M lt land yesterday afternoon. It is un doubtedly that of a sailor ni'irod Knowel, whose home was v 'I.'on Itlver, Mont. A bottio washed ashore at Port Maltland, and found yestui Jay, contained n note reading as follows: "Steamer Niagara foundering about three miles off Port Maltland." The note was signed by Captain McGIory and dated Tuesday, Dec. 4. There is a Class of People Who are Injured by tho umi of roller. Utcently there has beeu placed in all the grocery stores a new preparation called ORAIN-0 made of puro graius, that tikes the place of coffee. The most dclic.ite stomach receives it without distress, uud but few can tell it from coffee. It does nut cost over 1 as much. Children may drink It with great b.neflt, 15 cts, and 23 cts per packnge Try it. Ask fur GKAIN O. I.leiitt-miiit llriiinhy'M Condition. Washington, Der. 12. The comllMon of Lieutenant Brumby, Admiral Dew ey's Hag lieutenant, changed for the worse late last night. He became un conscious toward midnight and a con sultation of the physicians was held and a telegram sent summoning a Bal timore physician, who is a specialist on fevers of the kind from which the lieutenant Is suffering. The patient is threatened with hemorrhages. Mrs, Haywood, a sister of the sick officer, la at his bedside. How's This We offer One Hundred Dollars Iteward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHUNKY & CO, Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney for the last IS years, and believe htm perfectly honorable In all business transactions and fin ancially able to carry out any obligations made by their Arm. West ATbaux, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O, Waldinq, Kinnan Sl MxnviK, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Price of Coal Advanced. An Increase of 25 cents per ton In tho price of coal has been made at the Lehigh region mines by the nporatlng companies to Hazle ton dealers. This makes the cost of anthra cite almost as high to the people who live at the mines as it Is to those who live In Phil adelpbia and New York. Croup Instantly relieved. Vr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. Perfectly safe. Never falls. At any drug store, Two "Killed In riiillilliiK CoIlmiNe-. South Bend, Ind.. Dec. 12. Owing to the alleged use of sand not sufficiently sharp for mortar making purposes a two story brick building at Mlshawaka, owned by Bernard Hoorsmann, col lapsed yosterday, killing Charles Schmidt, mason contractor, and Oscar Nichols, mason tender, and injuring Bernard Uoorstmann, Isaac Williams, Henry Klzer and a man named Defree. A Cure for Nervous Headache. Tor eight years 1 suffered from constlpntlor, nnd severe nervous hi-udurhe. the hniiiliu-he usually lusting threo days at n time. Headache- powders relieved ine teinjioi-urlly, bu. lejhuMj ihhi uu vjinik niui-o i uegan UIKing Celery King I have greutly improved In health, neldom or never linve hanriimh. imvH gained In tleuli, and feel decidedly well. 11 rs. IL H. Hatch, Temple. N. II, Celeiy Kl.ig cuues diseases of the Nerves, Btoiniii h, luerund Kidneys. Bold by drug gisu, HO mid otic. 0 c IK MM mm Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute ! Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of i lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. Oold Collar Button. Mailed free for S lion heads cut from Lion i Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent stamp. Made of rolled gold and with mother-of-pearl back : suitable allko for ladles and gentle men. This shape is haudy and popular. Daisy Neck-Pin. Genuine Hard-Enamel and Qold. Por 1 8 lion heads and n 2-cent staniD. Tho Illustration Is only two-thirds actual site. Color a delicate pink, with Jewel setting and gold trimmings. Best enamel finish, stylish and durable. "The Llon'a Bride.'" Mailed free for 12 lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent stamp. An unusually fine picture, from the brush of the noted German artist, Gabriel Max. It is founded on Chamlsso's poem, "The Lion's Bride." The story Is Interesting, and we send with each picture a hand some folder, containing copy of the poem nnd telling all about it. Size, 15x26 inches. Dorothy and Her Friends." A bright, cheery picture. For 8 Hon heads and a 2c. (tamp. A bright, cheery picture, represent ing a little girlplay Ing with her chick ensand herrabbits. The predominating colors are rich reds and greens. Size, 14x28 Inches. For 10 Hon heads and s-cent stamp we will mall It tinned, ready for hinging, Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought Don't overlook it ! You have bought a certain portion of some be selected by you from our new Premium Lists 1 , THB ABOVE ARB ONLY A shortly appear In this paper You olwoys know LION COFFEB by the wrapper. It Is sealed pack, age, with the lion's head In front. It Is absolutely pure If the package Is unbroken. LION COFFEB Is roasted the day It leaves the factory. Coming K vents. Dec. IS. Grau'l entortainment, "The Star of Bethlehem," at tho Primitive Methodist church. Jan. 1, 1000, Eleventh annual ball by St. Joseph's Pioneer Corps, in Armory hall, Girardville. TLa Dnhl ani mott experienced, tha od to I NC QUM-soaiuIt tr jwismflerfroni rrlffttaL DiKuet b Kscchh. Irof. . T, TIIEKU f "v at .lurui cm n ia cut a uiiBuei nhla. 111.. sivetft Guariuitee la emr eut , Virlonotle k 8trictaro (do autdnrl. Loit TIeor L vsneaunrfatorea. ram en trffea. Liorriiua, J ev'gi C y, Han 0-12. Hours fur long atanrjtnic and dangerous 1 eaiea dally 10 30 to S SO Freah cane cure 1 4 to 1 0 dajl. -i Dfuit iur owora leaumoaiaiA aui hook. A it iriuu eipoiuo. TT1 T'TTT T-rrrfTTT REDEMPTION OF BONDS. The holders of the bonds of the Borough of Shenandoah, l'a., will take notice that, pursu ant to a resolution adopted by Ihe Town Coun cil of Shenandoah, J'a , on Is'ovemuer 2, 1893. flvetbousaud ((3.0.0) dodara worth of bonds of the said borough Issues of July 1, 1MU, and January 1,1893, will be drawn for redemption and that on ni d after January 1ft, 1UCO, the In terest on the bonds so tlruwn shall censo The holders of the following bonds will take notice and present the same to tho Borough Treasurer for redemption : ISSUE Of JANUARY 1, 1895. Bond No. 23, amount 500, held by T. 3t. Rfout. Hond No, 22, amount MOO held by . V. Stout. Bond No. 48, nmount 4:00, held Ly David f. Ilaupt Bond No. 19, amount 8300, held by Merchants' National Bank. Bond No. 12. amount (BOO, held by I'Irst National Bank. Bo d No. 5, amount 8100, held by Kdward Burke. Bond No. 11, amount 3100, held by Benjamlu O. Church. Bond No. 00, amount 1100, held by I'rcd. Beeso. Bond No. i3, amount 81W, held by Philip Oierinan. Bond No. 107, amount .100, held by Harriet N. Shaefer. Bond No 4, amount 1100, held by Itaehel Mnder. Bond No 81, amount 8100, held by Catharine Bu-ch. Bond No. 07, amount 100, held by Mary Beese. Bnnd No. 37, amount 8100, held by M. J Coakley. Bond No. 78. amount (100. held bv Corrlne Tempest. imvr, ov JULY I, IbW. Bond No. 98, amount $100, held by Wlllluni D, Evans. Bond No. 101. amount flOO. held bv Oooruu M. Scheuhlnt;. Bona No. IB, amount 8100, held by Llizle M. Williams. Bond No. 382, amount 100, held by David P. Ilaupt. Bond No. 87, amount 8100, held by "William D. Bvana. Bond No, 390. amount 8P0. held bv Davll 1. Haunt. isonu AO, x, amount 1100, nehl by V. Z.eltzJ Lodue No 4M, 1.0 0.1' Bond No, 13, amount iW, held by I.lzzle M. William. Bond No. 13, amount 8100, held by Bed Men Tribe No. 155. Bond No. 248, amount (100, hld by I'rancls S. Iluuut. Bond No, 292. amount 8100. held bv David P. IlBU.t. , Bond No. 282, amount 8100, held by Samuel Davis. Bond No. 387. amount 8100. held by Francis H. Ilnupt. Bvor'erof the Ha ouch Council of Shenan doah, I'u. J'ATMICK HAND, Thomas J. Tkacev, C. T. HTHAUOna Finance Committee. Shenandoah, l'a., Nov. 28, 1699. J8-5-12 Tho Rosy Froshnoso I A I rli U2 And a velvety softness of the skin Is Inva riably obtained by there who use i'ozzom'a uompiexion fowder. (strength, purity and flavor c lH9HHasaBaHESBSHHsaHMaHBH Stylish Belt-Buckle. Handsomely gold-plated, with Roman finish, and set with ruby colored Jewel in the center. This will be welcomed for "dressd-up" occasions by the ladies who like to wear different colored sashes. The gold-finish goes well with any of them. Ulven for 20 Hon heads and a 2-cent stamp. Ladles' Apron. Made of good quality lawn, with alternate reverlnr and tucks: broad hem at bottom, and is neatly gathered at waist; a very superlorandstyllsh article. Size, 36x40 Inches, Given for 20 Hon heads and a 2-cent stamp. Fruit Picture. . Size, 15x24 Inches, aiven for 8 lion heads and a 2-cent stamp. 50-Foot Clothes Line. aiven for IS lion heads and a 2-cent stamp. Made of closely hrnldprt rnttnn threads, strong, and will give the best of satisfaction. FEW OF THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another I Don't miss It I The grandest list of premiums ever Sacrifice Piano Bargains. A square piano in good condition. A give away bargain. $85 Parlor Grand Piano A HighGrade Can be exchanged for any other style of instrument. These are sacrifice opportunties. O'NEILL Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, 10G South Main St. A box of our srecmL rnniLT drew is an exhilarating stimulant during the hot summer months. Dollvorodat your homo. Columbia Brewing Company Cheapest Shoe Repairer I From Philadelphia. GOOD WORK GUARANTEED. Men's soles and heels ., BO and GOo Men's " " " (sewed) 83 and 90o Ladles'" " " s0and60o ladles' " " " tsewedj COa Children's soles and heels 80and83o . Children's Bhoes, 35c. Satlafactory patch work. Shoe, heeled only 15 and 20 ct. Sam Droady, Bobbins' Block. Bfi W. Centre street r Hantel 5ent lease s no Box of Colored Crayons. For 10 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. Fine wax crayons, fifteen different colors, accom panied with out lino pictures for coloring. Each crayonls wrapped withstrongpnper, to prevent break ing. Child's Drawing Book. A collection of nice outline Jilctures bound nto book form with sheets of tissue paper be tween the leaves. On these tissue pages the children can trace the pictures beneath, thus affording enjoyment, as well as instruction to the hand and eye. These drawing books and the box ot crayons go very well together. There are six different kinds, and each drawing book requires 6 Hon heads and a 2-cent stamp. Naval Box Kite. See it Fly I flailed free for 40 lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent stamp. Hst will offered 1 ffb Dy express, eK$SQ!?ri prepaid, for Jmh& 110 lion !5s&c!s heads and a SsSfSj 2c. stamp, fi f fSut?fully J finished rliU with tftlt. S Stands I fxTJ The cele- s:. I brated box . Slip iv) kite now to y v"7VS popular. 7 I J&ZI f Thlrty inches OCSBP long and ZB Aor "" comes safely SB&slr folded, but A can quickly , be spread to i-O fly. Every . American boy x x-" Js. and'older' persons also rWvjiltMirW are Interested IMPORTANT NOTICE. IWhen writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope or package with the Hon heads. If more than IS Hon heads are sent, you can save postage by trimming down the margin. Ask your grocer tor large Illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the WOOLSON SPIGE CO., Toledo, Ohio. SOLOMON HAAK Agent for the Famous BERGNER & ENGEL Phila. Stock Ale, Sparkling Stil Amber Ale, Bottled Pale(A.le, B:own Stout, Half and HalfJ Jeer and Porter. L0RENZ SCHMIDT'S Mt. Carbon Beer ON TAP At all its customers to-day. Solomon Haak's, 116 South Alain Street. Will receive prompt attention. Christmas v rr ftgtb At the Cheapest Store In Town. All the choicest grades of Dried Fruits, Canned Oood., Citron and Imon I'ecl. etc at almost your own prices, All aur Flour Is sold very cheap. Poultry and Truck. ElllS GUZINSKY, 21 West Centre St. THE BOSTON BAKERY NOW AT 222 West Centre Street. Try our 25 cents worth of bread checks. It entitles you to seven loaves. 1 Oo Regular size cup cake 7c. 1 oo Regular size sponge cake Os. Try our confectionery. Buy from ua. We sell fine confectionery cheap. Boston Bakery, 11. Moricuiistelii, l'rop. Best Coffee for the Money ! Try LION COFFEB nnd you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. Clock. Alarm Clock. and good time keeper. by express, prepaid, for 80 lion heads and name your nearest Exnrpsa OIHce. If there express oBlco located in your town. Ladies' Scissors. Length, five Inches, suitable for cutting, trimming and general household use. Qlven for 12 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. Razor. Olven for 35 Hon heads and a 2-cent stamp. A first-class razor, made of best English steel, and extra hollow-ground. Rubber Dressing Comb. - For 10 Hon heads and a 2-cent stamp. Length, 7 inches, full size and weight. Made of genuine India rubber, finely finished. Appropriate for a ladies' dressing-case or for use In the household. Game "India." Similar to "Par ches!," which has been played In east ern countries since before the dawn of history. The illus tration shows plan of the game, with usual counters, dice and dice-cups ac companying It. A came which neoDle never tire of playing. Olven for 20 lion heads and a 2-cent stamp. something else, too. article to Philadelphia & Read in q R'y. Engines Bum Hard Coal No Smoke. IN EFFECT NOVKMBKK 1, 1899 Trains leave Shenandoah as follows! For Now York via Philadelphia, week day i 10, 6 88, 7 87, 9 55 a. m., 12 28, 8 09 and 6 09 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 a m For New York via March Chunk, week days, 7 87 a. ro 12 28 and 8 09 p. m. For Reading and Philadelphia, week days, 210,6 88,7 87. 9 S3 a. m., 12 28, 8 09 and 6 09 p. m. Sundays, 210 a in. For Pottsvllle, week days, 2 10, 7 87, 9 63 a. ta. 12 28. 8 09, 8 09 and T 80 p. m Sundays, 2 10 a m. For Tamaqua and Mahanoy City, week days. 210, 787, 9G3 a. m., 12SS. 8 09and809p. m. Sundays, 2 10 a in. For WUIlamsport, Sunbury and I.ewlsburg, week days. 8 27, 11 82 a. m., 13 28, 7 80 p. in Sundays, 8 27 m. For Mahano) Plane, weekdays, 2 10, 8 27, 5 88, 7 87, 9 55, 11 83 a. in.. 12 28, 3 09, 6 09, 7 80, 9 50 p. ni. Sundays, 2 10 and 8 27 a m. For Ashland and Shamokin, week days, 8 27, 7 87 U 82 a. m 12 26, 8 09, S 07, 7 23 and 9 85 p. m. Sunday, 8 27 a m. For Baltimore, Washington and the West via B. AO, It. It., through trains les-i Heading Terminal, Philadelphia. (P. & It. D B.) at 8 20, 7 65, 11 28 a. m., 8 10 and 7.27 p. l. Sundays 8 20, 7 00, It 26 a, m., 8 48 and 7 27 p. m. Addi tional trains from Twenty.fourth and Chest nut streets Btatlon, week days, 10 80 a. m. 12 20 12 16 8 40 p.m. Sundays, 1 85, 8 23 p. m TRAINS FOR SHENANDOAH. Leave New York via Philadelphia, week Jays, 12 15, 4 80, 7 80, 11 80 a. m and 1 80, 4 80, 9 00 p.m. Leave New York via Mauch Chunk, week days, 4 80, 9 10 a. m., 1 80, 4 40 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal, week days, 4 SO, 8 86, 10 21 a. m. and 1 88, 4 08. 6 S3, II 88 p. m. Leave Reading, week days, 1 87, 7 00, 10 08. a, m., 12 13, 4 17. 6 00, 8 26 p. m Leave Pottsvllle, wees days. 717, 7 40 a. m. 9 80, 12 80, 1 20, 4 80, C 10 and 6 60 p. m. Leave Tamaqua, week days, 8 18, 8 88, 1123 a. in., 1 49, 5 68 7 ?' . 9 41 p. m. Leave Mahanoy City, week days, 8 43, 9 04, 11 47 a. m. 1 U & ZS, 6 21, 7 44, 10 08 p. in Leave Mahanoy Plane, week day., 2 40, 4 00 680, 9 22 10.3, 12 00, a. m., 2 89, 5 86, 6 42,768 10 24pm Leave WHIlt sport, week days, 742, 1000 a. m.. 12 di and 1 00. 11 80 p. ra. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, Leave PI lladelphla Chestnut street wharf and South street -f liar Iur Atlantic City. Weekdays Express 9 00, 2 00, 4 00, 5 00,7 19 pm. Accommodation, 8 00 a m, 5 10 p ra. Sun days Express, 9 00, 10 00 u in, 7 15 i m. Accom modation, 8 CO a in, 4 43 p m. Leave Atlantic City Depot) Weekdays Ex. press, 733, B 101080 a m, 3 80,380 pm. Accom modation, 8 15 a nj, 4 03 p in. Sundays Express, 4 80, 7 80 pro. Accommodation,? 15 a m.4 05 p in. For Cape May, Ocean City and Sea Isle City Weekdays 9 CO am, 410, SUOpui. Sunday. -Chestnut St., 9 15, South St., 9 am. Addition tl for Caiw May Weekday. 6 30 am. Parlor Car. on all express trains. For further Information, apply lo nearest Philadelphia and Reading Hallway ticket agent or address I, A. Swkioabu, Edsoh J. Webks, Oen'l Bupt., Qen'l Paes'r As-t. flxarilnr Terminal VWIiH.lrM. Edward Early's Saloon, Cor. Oak street and Pear alley, Veiy convenient to the rear entrance of the lockup. FREE : LUNCH : SERVED : ALL : DAT.