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Sold For Cash op
J. P. Williams & Son,
13 S. Main St.. Shenandoah, Pa.
m me .
Cor. Lloyd and White Sts.,
Morgan's Fancy Bazar, - 23 H. Main St
Trotting Harness.
Buggy "
Carriage "
Surrey "
Express "
Team "
Harness Oil and Dressing, Snaps,
need for your horse or wagon.
Swalm's - Hardware - Store.
TOMATOES."-Choice cold packed, 3 cans for 25 cents.
Extra quality and extra size can, 10 cts,
Fancy quality, the largest cans and fin
est goods packed, 2 cans for 25 cents.
Good tomatoes, medium size, 5 cans, 25c.
CORN. Choice Maryland corn, 4 cans for 25 cents.
Fine N. Y. state sugar corn, 3 cans for 25 cents.
The finest Maine corn, 2 cans for 25 cents.
pTAS. Fancy Early June and Sweet Wrinkled, 2 cans,2Sc
Choice Marrows, 10 cents.
Good Marrowfats, 3 cans for 25 cents.
L M BEANS.-Extra quality 3 cans fr 25 cents.
Fancy quality Maine, 2 cans for 25 cts.
STRING BEANS Good quality, 4 cans for 25 cents.
Choice white wax, 3 for 25 cents,
liancy stringless, 2 cans for 25 cts.
PLUM PUDDING. Two cans for 25 cents.'
hSOUPS. Concentrated six kinds good, cheap con
- ' vqnient 10 cents a can.
The largest stqck and
0l. Clot n we nays over onerea,
For 60 years made on
honor Sold 011 merit.
Strictly High Grade.
Leased on Time,
Haln Street,
a, $f ".a
Gifts-Plenty of Them
Bridles, Collars,
Halters, Lines,
Saddles, Traces,
Tie Straps,
Hame Straps,
Feed Bags,
Buckles. In fact everything you
I offered to our patrops. Tie as
sor.rncnt of Holiday I es onij
Hllpi crn Is new, fresh and stylish
and th quality il all that could be
dtslnd Our line ot
Men's, Women's ami
Children's Fancy Slip
pers For presentation purinnes should
receive your attention. You cannot
find more elegant goods nor lower
E. Manning,
boat aBBortmept of Floor
John A. Tltinuii, formerly of Town, Sink.
Ing Ffir Oolrt.
A copy of tlio Democrat, a newspaper
published at Carl Junction, Jasper county,
Missouri, lias reached tlio IIkraI.D nni con
tains news of two former reeidonts of this
place. One is John A. Titman, former tax
collator of town and later engaged in blast
ing powder manufacture. He lias loomed at
Cart Junction and secured a 2o-ycar lease of
land upon which he is to sink a shaft and
which promises a four-foot vein of coal at a
depth of DO feet, a vein of lead at 96 feet.
zinc oro at a depth of from HO to 1 40 fret
and gold hearing dirt at SMI feet. Mr. Tit
man has also loased to acres of other ore
hearing land for ten years with the privilege
of an additional ten years. The second
former townsman referred to la Mr. J O.
Ferguson, a brother of Mrs. William Drown
and Mrs. John Hopkins, of West Cherry
street. Mr. Ferguson has been engaged as
suerlntendcnt of Mr. Titman's operation.
Select your Xmas gifts and have them laid
aside until Christmas. Assortment is now
complete at Ilrumm's, 12-12 tf
lrof, ZHIr. Honored
Tho First Lithuanian Hand tendered a
complimentary concert to Its conductor,
Prof. F. Zeilz, last night. In the parlor of the
Hotel Ferguson. A number of selections
were excellently rendered and tho program
was augmented hy artistic violin soli by
Master Harry Ooldln, with piano accom
paniment by his sister, Miss Jenuio. After
the coucoit refreshments wero served in the
band room. Prof. Zoltz toovos town to-night
for Kansas City, where he will locate. He is
to assume charge of a band of forty-two
pieces and a largo orchestra in that city.
The organization wilt havo a valuable ac
quisition In Prof. Zeilz. Ho is a man of un
disputed ability lu his profession and those
with whom ho has been associated here sin
cerely regret his departure. He was conduc
tor of the Third Brigade Hand of Pottsville
for two years, and for the succeeding two
years had the Grunt Band of town under his
charge. For the past Ave yeais he has been
conductor of tho First Lithuanian baud.
All kinds of nut mrats at M. L. Kemmerer
& Co.'s. Walnuts, 20 cents ; shellbarks, 33
cents. 12-1-lSt
The Syndicate Is n Fact
The publication In these columns outlining
the formation of a syndicate to purchase all
the breweries In this and Northumberland
counties, can be accepted as a fart, notwith
standing tho denial of W. J. Wbltebouso, of
Pottsville The Hf.uald's Informatiou came
direct and can be relied upon. To show that
Mr. Whitchouse s denial does not deny, it
Is only necessary to say that Max Schmidt,
of the firm of Furhman & Schmidt, the Sha-
mokin brewers, when asked for a statement
on the reported deal said t "There is a good
bit of truth In that report. Wo have re
ceived a letter from the syndicate through
Attorney Wbitehouse asking for an optiuu on
our brewery."
Buy your Clothing at Harry Lcvlt's.
Announcement Is made that Miss Ada Mer-
vine, of Cordon, and Grunt Troutmau, of
town, will bo married during Christinas
Frank Hendricks and Miss Annie Phillips,
both of Mahanoy City, were married this
afternoon, at the residence of the bride's
Easels and screens in profusion at Davison's.
Ofllcers Elected.
At the meeting of Shenandoah Lodge No.
511, F. & A. M., last evening, the following
otllceia were elected for the ensuing masonic
year, beginning on St. Johns day, viz:
Joseph S. Beddall, W. M i E B. Bruuiin, S
W.: J. S. Williams, J. W.j W. F. Schmidt,
Treas; T. J. Davies, Seo'y ; W. J. Seltzer,
representative to Urand Lodge; Alex. Kin
kaid, J. W. Morgan and F. J Portz, Trustees.
Kepubllcaua to Meet.
A meeting of the Republicans of town is
called for Friday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, in
the band room in Bobbins hall. Members of
the ward ex?ctitive committees and ilnauce
committee are urged to attend. There
should bo a full atten lance as business of
Importance will be transacted-
fall ClirlKtmns Night.
The Elite Club will hold a bill in Bobbins'
ball ou Christmas night. Fill orphebtra with
piano accumpap nient. 12-14-0t
Mr, ollu's lltmiovul.
Tho fact that Thomas Boin has not been
continued ou the police force of (he borough
to fill the vacancy caused by the death of
Michael Heaton is not a reflection upon Mr
ISolin personally. Ho has simply been swept
aside by the movement of political machinery
and no charges of Incompetency or neglect
of duty rested against li'ni. It was not the
first time for Mr. liolln to be on the force,
and bis record Is that of a zealous, diligent
and reliable officer. The case Is one of the
many in, which merit has been farced to sub
mit to factional choice.
Croup instantly relieved. Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio Qil. Perfectly safe, Never fails.
At any drtig store.
Kicked Ily a Mule.
Thomas F. Daltou, of West Strawberry
alley, lies in a serious condition at his hame,
from the tllects of a kick received from a
mulejust before quitting tliuo, at the Turkey
Ruu colliery. Ho was on an outward trip
with a team of mules when one of them
kicked him in the abdomen with both hoofs.
Dalton was rendered unconscious for a short
time. He was removed to bis home In an
nmbulance and Is now under the care of Dr.
O. M. Hamilton.
Davison's stdves and ranges give tho best
satisfaction. Trytbem.
Miuer Hurled Alive,
While John Wagner and a party of miners
were filling an air hole at WadesvlUe yester-
lay tbe earth gave way and Wagner, falling
into the hole, was bulled alive. Leaping
after Wagner, one of tbe party shoveled him
out of the earth just in time 1 1 save bis life.
Try our Hokey-Pokey Taffy, at 20c per
pouud. At M. L Kemmerer & Co.'s. t-18t
Law Library Enlarged.
J. Claude Brown, Esq., whose law ofllco Is
located in the Robhlns' building, corner of
White and Lloyd street, Is rapidly acquir
ing prominence as a member of the Schuyl
kill county bar, lie has added uuo hundred
more volumes of the United States laws to
bis library. Tho books arrived -yesterday
and are arranged in a handsome wall case
which adoi us his office.
"A Country Merchant."
A pretty play of tbe above t(tle, Involving
quaint Yankee characters au 1 scenes,
Air. Charles Cowos lu thp cast, will be prd-
dnr.nl at Fe.rmiann's theatrA rti thn n.li Ine.
More noom tor Henl.
April 1st, IWO, now occupied by Franc
Schmidt, US North Mln street. Apply at
Itore. 12-U-tf
Borough Council Afier the rchuylklll
Traction Company.
A Committee of Ftve Counellmen Appointed
to Devise Means For Regulating the
Matter-Michael Heffron Succeeds
Thomas Bolln as Policeman.
Contractor Britt Paid,
A special meeting of the Borough Council
was held last night, at which the following
inemlx rs were preseut: Messrs. McQulre.
Coakley, Tracey. Hoehui, Shoemaker, James,
Straughn, Hell, llurphy, Hand aud Xeis-
wentcr The meeting was called for tho pur
pose of considering matters bearing upon the
street paving contract, but the scope was ex
tended without objection and quite a volume
of other important business received atten
tion. Fire Marshal It. O. Hess submitted a
lengthy and detailed report on the inspection
of fire plugs with recommendations for re
pairs. He also reported that tho plug at the
corner of Oik and White streets has no
pressure for Are purposes and that a nine
should he placed at the corner of Aonloallov
and White stre.ls Marshal Mess al recuin.
mended a coal supply for the Columbia Hose
Company, that alarm boxes bo placed in tho
houses of tho drivers for the Columbia and
Keicue tiro companies, so that they may re
ceive direct notice of a fire at night, aud
that an ordinance be passed prohibiting mer-
chants aud ail other citizens from sturlng
riiebisn such as waste paper, boxes, burlans.
e'o , lu their cellars; and that tho borough
oiucers be given power to enter the premises
and see that tho ordinance is complied with;
and, If tbey find any such rubbish or other
material likely to cause a fire by combustion,
etc., the owner of the premises he prosecuted
at ouco for maintiiniuga nuisance.
Council placed tho recommendations on
fllo for future referenco, with tho exception
of the one referring to tho purchase of coal,
which was adopted.
A report signed by w. O. Gregory, the
Borough Engineer, and Mark Bowman, the
paving Inspector, was submitted. It stated
that the street paving between Centre and
Coal streets Is completed and recommended
its ac cptanco. Certificates were also pro
duced, showing that Contractor Britt had
paid for tho material used in the work
Council then granted au order to Mr. i.ritt
for 1 880.30, which Is the final payment on
the contract, less certain amounts deducted
for contingencies when the borough seeks to
collect the pro rata share from property
owners who havo not made settlement.
It was staled that the borough is entitled
tu410tquarofectof flag stone at the Leltzel
propeity, which was replaced by the new
sewer, and Mr. Leltzel was desirous of pur
chasing it. A sale of tho stone at the mar
ket price was authorized.
It was decided that the pine of the old
South Pear alley sower bo sold and offered
for sale at eight cents per foot.
A final payment of Sqa.Kl to Engineer
Gregory as percentage on the street paving
work was ordered.
The paving brick now stored on East
Centro street is to be removed to a placo of
storage secured by tho borough.
Complaints were made against storekeepers
allowing boxes containing waste paper and
other rubbish to remain ou pavements a d
that a pavement ou East Centre street should
bo laid. And it was stated that the trouble
at no. 3 complained of by Mr. Chambers
could be abated If tbo L. V . It. It, Co.. the
Sheafer Estate and a property owner whose
lurue could not be recalled would nuke
guuer auom iuu leei long. Attention was
also called to tho pavement at the Htley
properly, comer of U.k and West streets
The secretary was instructed to notify the
Chief Burgess of all these matters.
Chief Uurgoss Tabor said he bad given no
tire to the Schuylkill Traction Company to
repair tbe paving on VtestCoal street, aud
Secretary Coakley said he had uotified the
bime company to extend ita line down Main
street to the point contemplated by the or
dnaucp. Tho Burgess aiit Manager A.sb,
laugnen at tho nolipes,,
Jr, H'raughn spoke on the apparent dis
crimination hy tho Schuylkill Traction Com
panyagaiust the business people of Shenan
doah in chargtug a ten cent fare-for travel bo
tween Shenandoah and Qlrardville, whereas
the sanie company only charges ten cents, fare
PJlWteu uirardvillo and Mahanoy City,
tivlce the dlstanoe of the former route. In
view of these circumstance?, he moved that
a committee of five be appointed to give the
matter duo consideration and to devise some
means to secure a reduction in the faro be
tween anenandoan and cttrardvllle
The motion was cariied and President Me
Quire appoiuted the following committee
Messrs. Coakley, Boehm, Straughu, Bell and
Mr. James suggested that the borough try
and seonre possession of tbe piece of ground
opposite the lime kiln and do away with tho
fence that makes the P. & It. Itailway cross
ing at that point dangerous. The matterwas
rtferred to (ho coustruction committee, to
briug iu a report at the next meeting.
W J. Brown sent in a claim for $350 dam
ages alleged to have been sustained by his
property through an overflow of water at the
corner of Oak street and Pear alley, on uc
count of Insufficient sewerage. A similar
complaint was made regarding tbe Adams
property located ou the same comer. The
matters were referred to the law committee
and solicitor.
Borough Solicitor Burke was requested to.
notify Tax Receiver Burke to file a monthly
report with Council, iq compliance with the
law. If he does not do so a resolution will be
offered in Council for the Beceivtr's prosecu
Ou motion of Mr Bell tbe Chief of Police
was Instructed to visit all public danoea and
ascertain If licenses have been procured. If
tioue can be produced tbe gatherings are to
be dispersed as disorderly.
Ou motion of Mr. James, Borough Solicitor
Ilurko was Instructed to ask for an Injunc
tion restraining the Schuylkill Traction
Company from running into town until
compiles with the borouiili ordinances with
tespect to the Coal street ptvlug and Main
street extension.
The question of Thomas Bolin's aselgn
ment to the police force was taken up Mr.
Coakley said be had no knowledge of Mr-
Uolin's appointment nntll alter it was made.
Mr. James Bald tbe oulyknovfledgp be hat) of
the matter was that Mr- Bolin called at his
house aud stated that Mr. Drennan was satis-
(led that ue tuoiin) snouiu nil the vacancy
caused by Mr. Heaton'g death. Mr. James
I said be replied that be still adhered to the
belief that five noliremen were snfUi ient.
Pieideut MtUuue declared that there was
a vacancy on the force and Mr. Tracey nomi
nated Michael UefTron. Mr. llsrklns nomi
nated Thomas llolln. A vote was taken hy
roll call. Messrs. Tracey. MiOulre. Oskly,
Shoemaker, llell. Murphy and Hand voted
for Heffron. who was declared elected. .Mr.
Hsrklns voted for Bolln. Mr. Boohm an
swered, when bis name was called, "I wofl't
vote on the question, betuiiKo, at the com
mencement of the year. I thought five police
enough, and I am still of the same opluion."
Mr. James answered 'Nobody.
1'roceedlngn Ht n Itrgular Meetinc ot Hi.,
Town Council.
The regular montlilv mM-timr nf th T.
Council was he'd in the town ball
day night. The following members were
present: Ml rs Haler. flutler. W.I.I.
O'llrien, McDonald, Kllkurand Conway
it was decided iiiat members of Council
go In a body ou Thursday night and select a
IU for a now cressln on Mahannv nn.
aud commence w irk immediately
The Town Clerk was Instructed to nntlfv
the Schuylkill Telenhone ComnAnv to rhanm,
the location of their poles from the power
umite io me borough limits.
Mr. Cooper's report of tho Horn
Was accept. 4and he was given power to have
all nee saury repairs madeabout tbo building
President Haley was directed to n.ilii
a loan of $1,500 with the First National Bank,
of OirarJvllle, fora period of 00 days.
ne committee on light was instructed to
coiitult with the officials of the Oas. Heat
nd Power Company, to havo the cost of each
rc tight reduced $10 per month. Thev will
report at the next meeting.
Miss Annie Duuu, of Mahanoy Citv. is a
guest of Miss Sallle Donellr. on Second
Miss Bridgot Larkln. of Pottsville. is visit.
ng Mr Durkln, on Second street.
A. J. Carey and John Selerudo attended
tbo funeral of J. J. Maniou. at Mahatov
City, yestenlay.
Town Clerk Thomas Haler attended In
business for tho borough In Tamanua vetr.
Umbrellas suitable for Xmas gifts from
$1.50 to $8 00. Now patterns In handles just
received at Ilrumm's. 12 12-tf
Workmen Quit.
Thirty-eight men of Delano, employed as
gravel train men by the Lehigh Va'.ley Kail
road Company, quit work to-day. The men
were to have been snspended on tho 1st Inst ,
but tbe oave-li sat Barry Junetion necessi
tated their continued employment. It is
stated that the men learned they would be
permanently laid off on January 1st, next,
no iney aectdfd to stop work at ouce. There
plenty of work on hand for them at
present. It is said the company proposos to
do away with the Delano gravel train hands
na can upon the crews at Hazloton and
Wetherly for such work.
Liave your order for Holly Wreaths, etc..
at Shenandoah Drug Storo. I2-13-5t
Kcllp.e of the Moon.
Thero will be a partial eclipse of tho moon
on, Saturday evening. Though a partial
ecllpso. It will be almost total, there helug
hut l-250th of the moon's diameter left un
covere I at the time of central eclipse. Tbe
moon enters the earth's shadow at 6:43 n. m.
The middle of tho eclipse will be at 8:20 p.
in., and the end will boat 10:07 p. m. This
eclipse will bo visible generally through the
eastern portion or North America, Europe
Asia and Africa, aud the ending generally
throughout the whole of North aud South
America, Europe and Africa.
Curtains and tapestry covers at Davison's.
Notice to Constables.
The following notice baa been issued to
Constable Fire Wardens: "The Commis
sioners are now ready to pay their bills fur
services rendered during the year. Con
stables are requested to call at the ofiico at
ouce. The Controller is desirous of hiving
the matter closed up as he cannot allow tbe
bills to go over until next year "
iperlal for This WeeK Only.
uur 4U-ccut chocolates for 30 cents ner
pounn. iney are delicious. At M. L.
Kemmerer & Co 's. 124 18t
Heaths and funerals.
Frank M. Ci resale died yesterday afternoon
at the residence of his mother, at Pottsville,
the result of a complication of diseases. Mr.
(iressle was a cIyH engiueer and was 30 years
of ago. The funeral will take place Stqrdsy
afternoon at two o'clock, . '
The funeral of Mlohael Brennan. whodlod
at Jacksons, will take place to-morrow morn-
lug with a High Mass of Requiem in St
Cauicus church, Mahanoy City, at IQ o'clock.
Interment will be rqade at the parish cewe
tery, Buy Eoyal Patent Flour,
tbe market.
It Is tbe best in
Ueeds Recorded.
Deeds were offered for record yesterday as
follows: From John Ulgglna to Martin Bren
nan. premises In Pottsville j from lieunevllle
Erdman to Susannah Diehl. premises In Hig
ins township 1 from City of Phlladolubla to
John Butler, premises in Qlrardville from
Charlemagne Tower by ex.ecntor, to S. C.
Snyder, premises In Tower City.
Huyler's candy In baskets. Nothing
prettier. Shenandoah Drug Store. 13-5t
;ihe Laud Sales
The Commissioners' land sale, which com
menced Monday morning, adjourned at 11
o'clock yesterday to Tuesday, December 19,
wnen the remaining properties will be put up
for sale, also all those purchased where the
money was not paid n. Several properties
were S0114 yesterday.
Beeciiau's Paw will dispel the "blues."
The ltetormed Church Services.
A large congregation listened to an able
sermon by Rey. J. F. Wagner, of Pottsville,
at the anniversary services in the Triulty
Reformed church, last eveulcg. To
nlgl Rev. O. U. Strunck, of Schuylkill
Hayen, will occupy the pulpit, preaching on
"Faithfulness Rewarded," This scries of
services in the church have been of a most
gratifying character. They will close next
Sunday evening, when the pastor, Eev. Z. A.
Yearlck, will speak on the history of the
cougregatlon and its pastors.
Mokes the food more
Their Kepreentatives WorkiugFor
the Republican Convention.
Sitntlirm Uriiiilillrnns Oppo.rd to
tin- I'lnn of lt-tiiiortlmmrnt r
Ioim1 1.x Mr. I'nrnr, Which Would
Cut Ilixvn ThHr llcirrrntHtlon.
Wsnhlintnn, Dec. U. Representa
tives ot the rival cities which seek the
honor of entertaining the next Repub
lican national convention began ac
tive work yesterday. About 20 tnem
bars of the Hamilton club, of Chicago,
reachexl here late In the afternoon and
establlnhed headquarters In a hand
some suite of rooms at the Shoreham
hotel. The party Is In charge of Sam
uel Ii. Raymond and is made up of
prominent citizens of Chicago. LaBt
night a meeting was held and the sen
ators and a largo number of Republi
can representative) from Illinois at
tended and promised their cordial sup
port In endeavoring to obtain tho con
vention for Chicago. Sub-committeos
were appointed to canvass the na
tional committee and keep up the fight
to the end.
The Phtladelphlans who are already
here express themselves as delighted
with the result of their three days'
canvass In Washington, and Bay they
believe Philadelphia will be selected.
They say the one serious obstacle they
have met is the charge that Pennsyl
vania Is In favor of a resolution basing
the representation In the national con
vention on the Republican votes cast,
which, If adopted, would cut down the,
southern representation. The south
ern delegates, they say, have an idea
that Pennsylvania Is for tne proposed
change, and they started out last even
ing to counteract this Impression.
Contrary to expectation the delega
tion of tho New Yorkers who are ex
ported did not put In an appearance,
but Is expected In force today, when
tho representatives from St. Louis are
also expected.
It is said that tho southern national
committeemen are determined to make
a fight against Mr. Payne's plan for
a reapportionment of delegates In the
convention based on the Republican
votes cast. The statement Is made
that they propose to act as a unit and
cast their votes on the subject of the
selection of place of meeting In such a
way as will win for them the most sup
port In their fight against reapportion
ment. If Yon aut ItMi t.itlua
III Overcoats and Suits, go to Harry Levlt's
Fonr Trnlnmru ICIIIi-d 11 nd llolllna
StuoU Ueatroyptl l.y Tire.
Allentown, Pa., Dec. 14. Passenger
train No. 18 on the Jersey Central rail
road ran Into the rear end of extra coal
train No. 426, also east bound, oppo
site Laurys, between Siegfried and
Trelchlers, last night. Engineer Fred
P. Yeoraans, Fireman William H.
Smith and Baggagemaster T. Herth,
Of the passenger train, and Flagman
George Harm, of the coal train, wero
burled under the wreck and killed.
The wreck caught fire, and engine 574,
smoker and baggage car of the passen
ger train were burned. The day coach
escaped the flames. The passengers
were severely shaken up, but none were
seriously lniurud. The coal train drop
ped Flagman Hann at Trelchlers.
There he was picked up by tho passen
ger engine, on which he rode when
killed- Yeomans was 55 years old. and
leaves a w-lfe and three children:
Smith, aged 40 years, married; Herth,
aged 48, single., all from Kaston, Pa,
Hann, Pgod 20 ytfcirs, married, from
Pergen, N. J,
To Cure Lafirlpiia in Twq Uays
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money if It falls to enro.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 23c.
Ilollurs and Centuries,
A correspondent writes the New York Sun
as follows: "Permit me to 'encumber yon
with my aid' in your oudeavor to eonviuce
the sceptical that the twentieth century he
gins Jan. 1. 10Q1, and not Jau. 1, 1900, Let
ns reason In terms of money. Oue hundred
cents make one do la r just as lOOyrars make
one century. Now the second dollar obvl
ously beglus, not with the 100th cent, 'b
with tbe JOlst cent, nnd from that ingenious
observation wo reach the not over-bold con'
elusion that tbe twentieth dollar begins not
with the 1800th but with the 1001st cent."
To tlm Smoker,
How will a bx of Sr5 Henry W Sage clgsrs
bit you for a X-mas pretcut ? Shenandoah
Drug Store. 18 J3-3t
Ask the Orffa.i Grinder.
From Mahanoy CMy Amerfoan.
With tbe Miners Journal pulling away
from Mr. Finney, the Aahlaud Local sus
pended, the She mind oah IUraui urging
new combination of leaders, the Republican
whacking away at everything with tli
Drumm-Whitehouse brand, aud tbe Evening
Tribune ouly an evaneseent dream, what
will Jack aud Charley do next summer for au
orgau 1
A oarload of rockers at Davison's.
Jerry Worlh a Halt Million.
Not many years ago Jerry Douaghue was
employed at a salary ot ft. 00 per week
blackening stoves In the old Rnbinsou
Co.'s stove factory at Tamaqua. Slowly, but
surely, he worked his way up, buffeted (h
turbulent waves of adversity and imports.
from Philadelphia now place, his wedlt.li a,t
hair a million.
delicious and wholesome
Will Take tlic Srnt Pof, Whirl, Sir.
llnHTuril Drtrntrd Um.
Omaha. Dc. H. Ouvtr
luu appointed ox-SsnMorj .
the mttatorlal
' death of Senator Hay wan
almoin ted
tentlon of proceeding
at once and assuming tae
itlM of his
omce. Mr. Allen is 54 yeatl
tlve of Ohio, and a veteran!
old a na-
1 he civil
war. He was the first Rep
elected from Nebraska. In
lllean ever
3 Thurs-
ton was the Republican cal
nee. After a bitter struggl.
Usui withdrew their cauiii
turned In for Allen and el
ti ami
ted him
He was defeated for re-elm iV
by the
late Mr. Hayward, whom h
ow suc-
We're told we ha-e the Burnt
Amas preeut in tbe rounty. V
true? Like to have your opn
Tin: vTiticAi..
The engagement of The Ideals
sen's tb atre this week Is prodm
eellent result. Large audiei
nignuy and nnd excellent enter
the plays, specialties ami on 1
latter is a big attraction in it
scenic effects of the plays make
combination. To night "The
Life," with startling efferta an
pecialt es, will form the nr. grunt
I The play
is a splendid melodrama, the seen
from New 'iork to tbe Klondlk
nd return,
y will be
n which some Handsome sceue
hown. The orchestra will rende
tbe seiiaa-
tlonal oveiture, "A D.y With the
Olrca- "
Sbarkey-Jeffries fight pictut
f. at tbe
Minersville Opera House was witm
large and enthusiastic crowd and lirora the
ppUuso at different limes when tb
) fighters
Ight. It
mixed it up lively you would have
that you were witnessing the real
was tbo most exciting exhibition
favir wlt-
uossed In the city. The picture 1
llko and every move distinct an
ottsville Republican, Dec. 9. 1888.
pear at Ferguson's theatre on Mon
Without Doulit
The finest assortment of tings
I jewehy
is shown at Ellis Deull's, 123 Sc
itli Main
! U lit
street. 1
l.ii.iH-lsnnlu Atlilt-tt-N I1r
Philadelphia. Dec. 14 The
Association of the University
f ivm,
Xo send
to Eu
ln th.
t Pans
sylvanta has definitely decider"
the Pennsylvania track team
rope next year to take part
Olymplnn games to be held
during the exposition. Then
are expected to oe, jiold dmi
K. June
and It Is the IntenUon to hf
Pennsylvania athlajW take paC
ve the
English sports In London. r,.
Americans will come' In coiifii.1011
. .1 nl,.D-DIMnD T-l !..
hlllty that Pennsylvania may l
a crew to compete In the wo
gatta at Paris.
jo sent!
da re-
Davlson's healers are tho nlcest it'
lted Men Officer Stutrne.!'
of the
Thomas D. Tanner, of Hat ton
best knonn members of the Irunro
1 Order
of Red Men In tbo United Btqtea.t i wn
ior ninneai lav luuai irom a wail -
the order. Tanner, It was alleged f
printed to his own use over $l,lutOB
fuuds of Saranac Tribe, No. St. of Ef--which
he was Chief of Records. Furr.
years Tanner was the publisher 00
Council Brand, a paper devoted to -n
teresta of the Red Men. After he
rested he discontinued the putdtcatio?'
paper. Tanner was a Past Great Sar11
tbe Red Men of this state, ami bad b
oral important offices In the national 'll
I'erfumery and Sachet Powdera. Iin
and domestic. Shenandoah DrugStor-t-
Unreasonable Criticism,
fwm Wllkcsharro Record.
A Shenandoah new spa perk likely
Itself into hot water, if not lute a pre
llbe suit, hy its unreasoualile Siitieisi
ministers of the gospel. Recently tht
ty but
of thi
of various denominations iu Scl
county formed themselves into a H
r and
cts i.l
order society, one of the avowed obj
which is to prosecute violators of tbe
laws. Tbe newspaper lu question ma
charge that the object of the s . lety
bleed tbo saloon keepers." That is s
what serious charge to make against
hie men of any profession orcalliug.
es the
Is "I,
SO Oil
CKbAM, Olt.V.N.li: WATKlt II
Made daily at Sobeider's lkery, :
Centre street. Pure and delicious. 1
At ItMtuer's.
Choice beef, lamb, pork, and
picteled pin's feet, tongues and trii
Men to Oil
vacancy raiaxi i, tho
1. The newly
senator annmfticM his in
to Wuh lottos
. plain
Will ap
ay. I'e,.
., sag
wats; tout
sates, au studs or fresh and smoked
eggs and butter. Cherry and Ct
bxtra nnelnneh to-night. Fish eaV
morrow morning.
Special lunch to-night. Tomato so
morrow morulug.
Special lunch will be served, fre, to
trons to-night.
Sour kroot and pork to-night.
Ilot lunch to-night.
Ask your grocer lor tho "Tinv.l plnt"
flour, and Uks no other hrsnd. Itl.thlbcs
Will huy kmvy fleeced
lifted untlenvwr in
1! colors. Shirts or
Will buy a nice
shirt or drawers iu
the heat of camel's
hair goods.
Gent's half hos, all kinds,
at lowest prices.
Our hats and neckwear are inter
esting for every buyer.
Remember we sell the genuine
Stetson hat.
New Ones
Low Prices.
Children's Coat5, latest Gretchen
double box plete in back, SiferfsA
reveres, trimmed with four rows
peflri buttons, and white Hercules
braid, corded collar, $2.98.
ANOTHER Fancy mixed coods.
full size collar, trimmed with two
vmjj siik sontan in
. "uuc lancy
Baby's Coats.
White Cashmere
mncy embtoideried cape, at
r-!?lilen-Cf5hmere Coat embroid
a?tl49 VCS' circu,arcollar'
Fine Cashmere extra long pufled
with fancy ribbon and braid, three
Pear buttons, four tucks and fancy
braid around skirt and lined, $2.37,
Long Bedford cord cloak trimmed
with silk braid on yoke and satin
ribbon on collar, $2.37.
Child's Reefers in far, 1 1
all colors, inlaid cloth, cream and
black soutache to match. hn,,r,,i
In ladies' and misw' i..
W- -----
Carpet Swfc,.tor
all prices. Rugs,
all kinds. Foot
Stools, all prices.
New goods just
received at
l0 South Jardln Street.
MEW country dried
i N cherries and apples. 3s
Peaches, Eggs Plums, .
Green Gages, ,N
Apricots, Pears CANS.
Lemon Peel and Citron.
Flavoring; Extracts, Spices.
; floor made.

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