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VOIj. XV.-NO 300
For 60 years made
honor Sold on merit.
Strictly High Grade.
Sold For Cash or Leased on Time.
music STORE.
13 S. rvIaln St., Shenandoah, Pa,
J. P. Williams & Son,
m mm
Messrs. Kantner and Iteher, llonntrr,
Have, n I'erfect Understanding,
1'utUvlUo, Dec. 15. There are turners
within rumors lu political (irclm here, In
reference to the appointment to be made by
the now board of County Commissioners.
These rumors uie without foundation. It fa
true Messrs. Kantner and Keber, the Mepab
llean members of the board, were In onn
ference several hours on Wednesday after
noon unci havo reached a perfect understand
Ing to organise tho board on a Bcptibllcati
basis, but they have reached no final ooii
cluslou as to the appointment.
It win rumored that John I,. Ilaseler, of
Shenandoah, had been decided upon as
warden at the jail, but the only foundation
for this was that Mr. Hassler's name was
among others suggested for the place. There
has been no appointment made and the only
certainly Is that John P. Zetbey will be re
tained as chief olerk, Charles A SnydVr will
a chosen solicitor, and that most of those
holding positions In the Commissioners' office
will bo retained. There will be several
changes at the jail.
Messrs. Kantucr and Reber will meet again,
probibly to-moorow, when the appointments
may be announced.
Dressing tables at Davison's.
Local Department Called Three Times
Within Bight Hours.
The Firemen Were Twice Called to One
Place Within Half an nonr-Tbe
Fires Were Quickly Extlngu
lhed and the Properties
Sustained no Damage.
Cor. Lloyd and White Sts.,
flaln Street,
Christmas Gifts-Plenty of Them
Morgan's Fancy Bazar, - 23 N. Main St
Trotting Harness.
Bridles, Collars,
Halters, Lines,
Carriage Saddles, Traces,
Surrey " Tie Straps,
Express " Hame Straps,
Team " Feed Bags,
Harness Oil and Dressing, Snaps, Buckles. In fact everything you
, need for your horse or wagon.
Swalm's - H 3rd ware - Store
I offered to pur patrons. The as
sortment of Jlollday -h-es and
Klip .ia U m', fresh nud stilish
nnd the iiillly N all that could be
deslnd. Our line of
Men's, Women's and
Children's Fancy Slip
pers For presentation pur) oar. should
receive your attention. You cannot
find more elegant goods nor lower
E. Manning,
Choice cold packed, 3 cans for 25 cents.
Fvtm nualitv 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.
PEAS Fancy Early June and Sweet Wrinkled, 2 cans, 25c.
Choice Marrows, 10 cents.
Good Marrowfats, 3 cans lor 25 cents.
RFANS Extra quality, 3 cans for 25 cents.
Mai 2 cans for 25 cls.
Those boiled Doves.
Mabel Sturgis and Pearl Courtricht. alias
Minnie Williams and Viola Williams, and Ida
West, who wereronvictcd of leading a gay
life In town a few months ago, were dis
charged from prison yesterday. Ida Wist
was permitted to go her way, hut the other
two were turned over to Constable Laugbran,
of Hailototi, who took them to the Wilkes-
harm prison to answer a charge pending there
gainst them. Before locating in town they
had been committed to tho Luzerne prison
by Mayor Meyers, of Uazleton, and having
been billed out by Attorney C. M. Iloman,
they afterwards jumped tho bond piece and
left Mr. Roman In tho lurch. When their
triat took place at Pottsvllle two members of
the Luzerne bar wore present and recog
nized them under their aliases. As a result
Mr. Iloman captured his birds and yesterday
evening delivered them up to the Wilkes-
barre authorities and thus saved his bond
from forfeiture. Tho soiled doves were any
thing hut dove-tiko in temper when informed
of their detention.
An Artlntlo Cabinet I'llolo Calendar
Free, to every purchasor at tho Grand
Union Tea Company's storo, beginning to
morrow and all next week, 15 10 20-21
Firs Sale Sim On.
L. J. Wilkinson, tho dry goods merchant.
has decided to dispose of his Immonse stock
of goods, which was more or less damaged by
tho recent Ore, at fire sale prices. There Is
nothing in tho way of dry goods that can
not bo had at this establishment. Tho bulk of
the stock was damaged to very little extent,
but Mr Wilkinson will include It with the
rest of tho damaged stoe.k and close It out at
Are sale prices. This grout stock of capes
and coats, shawls and blankets, will all go at
prices to profit the buyer. To accommodate
the shoppers ten extra clerks have been added
to the regular force of the stole. An oppor-
tunllyliko this is not to bu obtained every
day, so the wise shopper should not fall to
take advantage of this one.
Chatter for Little Folks.
A story book, 230 pages and 360 lllustra
tlons, free, with every pound of Grand Union
Making Powder, beginning to-morrow and all
next week. At the fluind Union Tea Com
pany's store. 15-10-20 21
Fifteen .Men Wanted.
Fifteen muckers" wanted to work at
sinking shafts near Pittsburg, wages
per day; free transportation. No strike and
for reference referred to Hon. John W.
Moigan, of town. Apply to W. F, Patter-
sou, City Hotel, Shamokin. 12 15-2t
Buy your Clothing at Harry Levlt's.
The Mother Chulch.
Special to Kvkhino IlKUALn.
Philadelphia. Dec 15. St fieorgo's Metbo-
dlst Episcopal church, the mother cbnroh of
Methodlsiikin the United Sta.es, to-day com
memor 'ted the one hundred and twenty-
ninth anniversary of its establishment. The
usual iiuptossivo services weio htld. It was
this church which during the occupancy of
Philadelphia by tho Biftish, was used a
ridiug school.
To the Smoker,
How will a box of 25 Henry W Sago cigars
hit you for u X-nias present ? bbtuandoab
Drug Storo. 12-13 5t
Most AJtltllte Stamps.
Special to Bvjswsh lUrafcD.
Washington, Deo. 15. On and after to day
all reveuue stamps piust be mutilated as well
as marked by the user, This is in accordance
with tho ruliug of the departmont.
Hall Christinas Night.
The Elite Club will hold a ball In Robblns'
ball on Christmas night. Full orchestra with
piano accompan'ment, 12-11-Ot
Lutherans to Meet.
The Lutheran Mlnlsterium of Pennsyl
vania will hold s special meeting beginning
January 2. 1000. in St. Mark's church, Phlla.
delpbia, at which iniportaut questions of
church government and sy nodical order will
be discussed.
The local record for fire alarms was broken
between eleven o'clock last night and seven
o'clock this morning. Three alarms were
sounded and the fire companies responded
promptly to 'all of them. Fortunately the
Are in neither oase was of a serious nature.
Two alarms were sounded for one' property.
This was a hou-e in Bobbins' row, on East
Centre street It Is occupied by the family
of Jacob Wolf. The first call was sent oat
from box No. 10, at 11:00 o'clock. The Are
apparatus was not called into play,' the occu
pants of the house explaining that the smoke
Issuing from the house was due to a fresh
wood fire In the kitchen range, Twenty
m'niites later a second alarm was rounded
from the same box and the Are companies
were again list ed iu front of the Wolf bouse
This lime an mspeeliou was made and It was
found that the soot In a ohlmney was on fire.
The chemioal bose was put In use and the
chimney was effectively flooded.
Tho third alarm was souuded at 0:10 this
mottling from box No, 13, corner of Oak and
Gilbert streets Again the fire companies ap
peared on the sceno and located the cause of
trouble In a house on South Gilbert street
occupied by a Polish family and owned by
J. Gaughan. In this case also soot In a
chimney was found sn fire and the chemical
apparatus extinguished it.
This trio of alarms will doubtless result In
a crusade on soot filled and defective chim
neys. The Due committee of the Borough
Cotiucil will no doubt give prompt attention
to auy complain' that may be lodged against
properties requiring attention in that direc
Select your Xmas gifts and have tbem laid
aside until ( hristmas. Assortment is now
complete at Brumm's. 12-12 tf
STRING BEANS "Good quality 4 cans for 25 cents
v.iioict: wiiuc wua, j -j
Fancy stringless, 2 cans for 25 cts,
PLUM PUDDING. Tw0 car)s or 25 "nts" . nn ron
SOUPS Concentrated six kmds 2ood cheap-con
venient 10 cents a can.
ri-i . i i,t aBBortment of Floor
ne larcrest Rtoc tarn-.
le Iq rceat stocK ai
Oil Cloth wo have ever
The Members and Guests Spend
Pleasant firming.
The anniversary of Washington Ckuti No.
iOfl, P. O. 8. of A., of tewn, was celebrated
last evening In the camp room and was a
very tyleaslng affair. Thrw new members
weresdmltted and the initiator? service was
comllftted by the degree team of tin Uilber-
ton samp. Upou the eoaelsutM f this
ceremeny there was a phonograph entwiteln
mentby Fred. G rum in and a number of
addresses were made, among the speakers
being State President Cameron Schults, of
Danville : ex-State Master of Forms K-kert.
of Pottsvllle; cx-Judge It. II. Koch, of
l)nii..l II... t, t v.... -r r i ,. .
i viutikc, ... tf. .mi, ui juateviue, jimers.
Kantner, of Gilberton : Prof. J. W. Oootwr.
of Treraont ramp; Daulel Itlehanls. of
Damp 181, and E. J. Davlea and John littler,
of Camp 112. Refreshments were served
and the gathering was such an entertaining
one that It was past the midnight hour when
tho members and guests dispersed.
Kvery Hone In the Victim's llody Crushed
by the Fall.
Edward Lcschlnskl. a sinele man 35 veara
old, met instant death yesterday afternoon
by fulling down the shaft of the Morea col
liery. He foil 380 feet and every bone In bis
body was crushed.
Tho victim worked In the first lift. It Is
customary to allow tho cage to remain at
this lift, so that It may be used as a means of
travel across the shaft. A man working on
the opposite side of tho shaft called to Lasch-
Inskl to give hltn assistance in some work.
Laschinskl started to cross the shaft. The
ouge had been hoisted and tho unfortunate
man stepped into tho opening. Lasebluskl
came to this country from bis native laud
only three months ago.
Hterllug Valuer.
Our prices on towels, napkins and table
linens again touch the responsive economical
chord, when you consider tho sterling values
we are offering. Gill's dry goods storo. It
Costs Paid on the wlrrst for Maintaining
Winter Shunllvs.
C. & I. Policemen Kleindenst and Stack
last night arrested two buys named Boy
Irvlu and Albert Harms fur maintaining and
frequenting winter shanties Iu aud near mine
breaches. On a hearing before Justice shoe
maker Harms was discharged. Irvin aud
the seveu young men previously arrested and
held under bail on a similar charge settled
the oases by paying $1 CO costs, each, and
promising to avoid winter shanties in the
All kinds of nut meats at M. L. Kcmmeror
&Co.8. Walnuts, 20 cents ; shellbarks, 35
ceuts. 12-4-lSt
The Anniversary Serrlces.
The services being held this week in com
memoratiou of the twenty-fifth anniversary
of the Trinity Beformed church are attract
ing large congregations. Last evening Bev.
O II. Stiunck, of Schuylkill Haven, occupied
tho pulpit. His sermon was one of great
force. Mr. Strunck possesses rare gifts of
eloquence as a pulpit orator. Ho beautifully
elucidated bis theme to the minds of his
hearers and lovingly pressed homo to their
hearts its salient points. Tho entire congre
gation was deeply moved by tho power of
the truth and by the earnestness of the
preacher. To-uighta sermon on "The bav
iour's Servant" will be preached by Be. I
M. SchseQcr, of Ashland. To-morrow even
lug there will be n meeting of tho catechetical
class and the public Is invited to attend.
GltuAM, Olt.V.-H.ii: WATtilt ICK.
Made daily at Soheider's bakery, 27 East
Centre street Pure aud delicious. 12-1-tf
Parlor tables at Davison's.
Mcl'arttaud Against Connolly,
Special to EVEXllto llKUALD.
New York, Dec. 15. Kid McPartland has
been matched to fight Eddie Connolly at the
Ilroadway Athletic Club to-night- They will
fight twenty-five rounds.
Ouarding Against Fire.
The Rescue nook and Ladder Company
yesterday received frur new acid chambers
for Its chemical eug.'ue. iney were pur-
chased at a cost of fOO. One of the cham
bers was broken iu golug to the recent Ken
ley Hun colliery fire.
Attractive Calendar.
A pretty 1000 calendar bearing a fac-simllo
in beautiful colors of llataelbutch's lamons
painting "A F.orentlno Girl" is being issuod
by the Home Friendly Society of Baltimore,
Md. The desks or tue llKitAi.n oiure nave
been ornamented with the calendar through
the courtesy of William T. Evans, the local
superintendent of the company.
Dining tables at Davison's.
Character Vocalists,
Charles Comfort and II. G. Strouse, the
descriptive chancier vocalists, are still at
Fancy's cafe. Call and hear them. It
Special For This Week Only,
Our 40-cent chocolates for 30 cents per
Dound. They are delicious. At M. L.
Kemmerer & Co.'s. 13-4-181
Color.ido Will Take the Question
to the Supreme Court.
W, J. Morgan and son, James, who were
guests of relatives in town the past few days,
left for their home In Philadelphia this morn
Tax Receiver Edward Burke transacted
business at Pottsvllle to-day.
Lewis Evans, of Shamokin, was a visitor
to town yesterday.
Ldward Wright and family, of Mt. Carmel.
moved to town yesterday and are located on
East Coal street.
Messrs. Larkin, Miller and McGulre. of
Mabanoy City, were visitors to town last
Miss Nellie Davis spent to-day visiting
friends at Pottsvllle.
Miss Sue Wolff, of Mahanoy City, was seen
about town hut evening.
A Doll's llMinmoek
Free, with every pound of Grand Union
Baking Powder, beginning to-morrow and all
of next week, at the Grand Union Tea Com
pany's St'ire. tf
Deaths and Funerals.
Mrs. Ellen McCole, mother of Mrs. Thomas
Goodman, of Now Boston, died at a Phila
delphia hospital, and the remains were
brought tu her former home yesterday, where
interment will be made. She is survived by
four daughters and one son.
Francis Kelley. of Mt. Laffee. a veteran of
the Mexican and civil wars, died at his home
at that place Wednesday. lie was a resident
of Mt. LaUee for many years.
The funeral of Michael Brennan to"k placo
from the family residence at Jacksous this
morning. Interment was uade at Mahauoy
Dennis Leonard, an nucle of tho wife of
Poor Director Morgan, of Mabanoy City, died
at Philadelphia yesterday. The funeral will
take placo in Philadelphia to-morrow.
Lave your order for Holly
at Shenandoah Drug Store.
Wreaths, etc,
Moyer Iu J.tll.
Tho revolver which was stolen by "Skip'
Moyer from W. W. Newton, an actor In the
Ideal Company, was recovered in Pottsvllle
yesterday, on a search warrant placed in the
hands of Policeman Mullahey. When the
otlirer found Moyer he occupied a cell In the
ootinty jail, being held on a charge of rob
bery by tho Pottsvllle pollen. Moyer ha
sold the revolver to a friend for $1.00.
Coats, Capes, Carpets
and p'.l cloths cheaper than elsewhere
Christmas goods and blankets. Wp guarantee
the best value for the money. A clearance
salo of uudcrweor. Come at once.
1245-St P. J. MoXiQlU!?
Hurt at Culnhrldge polliery.
William Hcrr, of West Juneberry alley.
had the ring fluger on his right baud mashed
and also broken by a fall of coal at Cambridge
colliery yesterday afternoon. Dr. rjtein at
(ended tho injuries.
Wanted, Any Number of Men.
Call at Dan. Brennan's cafe, 30 North Main
street, and bo entertained by the best vaude
ville attraction yet offered, free durlug tbe
holidays. Our first edition will open an en
gagement to-morrow night, Tbe rest will
follow next week. 12-15-2t
Christmas Chlmas,
They may be seen by the holiday gift huyer
in tbe display window of Orkin's Jewelry
storo, suspended from tho top of tbe ceiling
aud heavily loaded with Imitation snow. The
base of the window shows an elegaet display
of Jewelry, which should be seen by every,
A Christmas Souvenir,
An artl.tlo cabinet photo calendar, printed
in rich uolora and holding three photographs,
will be given away, free, to-morrow and all
of next week, to every purchaser at the
Grand Union Tea Company's Store. The
handsomest souvenirs yet presented. tf
Neatly Droned Windows.
Portz Bros., are showing a very unique
method of dressing show windows at their
storo on North Maiu street From a nickel
fixture Is suspended a swell selection of
neckwear, which attracts tho attention of
every passerby. Several beautiful thades of
crepe, paper, arranged in a soml-clrcle, serve
as a background to each necktlo.
Miss Margaret O Neil, a charming young
lady of Philadelphia and cousin of Miss Nellie
Mellet, of town, and John Mabaoy, a prom
iuent and iv. tl-tn-du business msn of Germau-
town, wero married last iVeduoaday.
Nothing for the Shareholders,
The ntl'ilrs of the old Palace theatre Coin
pany, of Glrardville, were pretty well wound
up at tbe office of 0. O. Burkert, Esq , when
a final division of 20 55 on each bond was
paid over by N. Heblich, the purchaserof tbe
property, to Mr. Burkert, representing the
bondholders, Tho record of this lily-man
aged opera bouse venture shows a total divi
dend slightly less than 50 per cent to the
bondholders aud nothing to tho shareholders.
Splendid holiday gifts at Davison's.
The 1'rlion Affairs.
Tbe county prison ststement for the month
of November shows total disbursements to be
$1,714.00; receipts from sales for weaving
and knitting, f 1,052 60 ; cash sales and prison
and court costs, $1,154.00. Average number
of prisoners, 1uS; average daily costs of
maintenance, including warden s table and
furnishing 80 meals to jurors in month, 0
cents. Goods manufactured Rag carpets,
1,350 yards; ingrain, 122; ticking, 133 1-2;
half hose, 1,299 dozen.
Irialdent of tlir .Moiictnry LeMBtie
Will I're.ent tlir Stntr itIIIi n Ml
iit llrlrk, nml Hie Slntr Will l)r
nimiil lt Colmiirr lnti Dnllur.
Denver. De. it. A. W. .tucker,
president of the United States Mone
tary League, left here yeetenlny for St
Loula, where he will hold a confer
ence with the governor of several
stale friendly to the free coinage of
silver relative to a stilt which Is about
to be begun by the itate of Colorado
for the purpose of securing a decision
by the I'nited States supreme court as
to the legality of the demonltlsatlon of
sliver The general assembly of the
state passed a Joint resolution author
Ulng the governor tu take stein to
bring this question before Hie supreme
court. After consultation with promi
nent public men of the state Governor
Thomas settled upon a course of ac
tion. The first step was to authorise
President Itucker. under the great seal
of the state, to confer with other gov
ernors and raise the funds necessary
to bring a case before the supreme
court of the United States.
The rppues from governors of those
states recognizing that silver should
lie on an equality with gold as a cir
culating medium of value have been
most satisfactory, promising assist
ance, and If posslbleactiveco-operatlon.
Especially In Texas has the reception
of the Idea been cordial, and it Is pos
sible Mr. Kurker will go to that state
and meet the governor and state of
ficials before proceeding to Washing
ton. The suit against the government of
the United States will be begun by an
action in Denver. The United States
Monetary League will give the state
treasurer of Colorado, as a present, a
solid sliver brick of the purest metal, of
100 ounces, and representing $100, at
par ratio. The treasurer will then for
mally presont the brick to the state.
The state will send It to the United
States mint at Washington with the
demand that It be coined Into 100 sil
ver dollars.
"This demand, of course," says Mr.
Itucker, "will be refused. Upon the
refusal suit will be entered In the Uni
ted States supreme court, for we havo
a right under the constitution to de
mand that the bullion be coined. The
question will be rained as to where the
constitution lands us, and the suit
brought, In the name of the state of
Colorado, to secure more rapid action
than otherwise would be given It."
Umbrellas suitable for Xmas gifts from
1 1.50 to $3 00. New patterns In handles just
received at Brumm's. 12 12-tf
An Imparl uitt Ilprlnlnti lis New Jer-
-.i-j.' Vice ChiitM-i-llor
Trenton. Dec. 15. An Important de
cision was rendered by Vice Chan
cellor Heed yesterday In the case of
the Cumberland Glass Manufacturing
company, of Hrldgeton. against the
Glass Blowers' Association of the Uni
ted States and Canada, Dennis A.
Hayes, president, and others. The
suit grew oi't of the glass blowers'
strike at Dridgeton last March, and
which has since been amicably settled.
The Cumberland Glass Manufacturing
company sought to enjoin the defend
ants from the part they were taking In
the strike.
The vice chancellor, In his opinion,
holds that a combination to strike or
to Induce others to strike Is made
lawful under n New Jersey statute.
provided that the means used be those
of persuasion and not of coercion. In
the case of the Dridgeton strike the
chancellor said that it wa3 proved that
there was a large crowd In the street.
and that permanent guards were main
tained to keep men away from the,
works. This the chancellor said was
coercion, and he grants an Injunction
against those who formed part of tho
crowds, but refused an Injunction
against Hayes, who did not advise any
violence. The chancellor also refused
an injunction against the Glass fllow-
era association, holding that the as
sociation had a right to advise Its
members to strike and to pay money to
those who were on strike.
)tn-nn anil tint .Men llol
In- rri ke lit MhhhI
Washington. Dec. It.- w
pomp and clrcum-rtm-'
monies beautiful. Impress i
propria!, tn the preer'
tlnguUhed assemblage, an l
splendor of Ideal autumn ".
centennial of the death
Washington was commem
terday at Mount Vernon
Yeaterday'i ceremonies
dm-ted by the Masonic !. 1
the Hed Man of he l'nltV.
movement for the day's
origin tted In 1893. with
Lodge of Mason of the si.i
ratio. The omcers or
LodKe of Virginia and the
of Krederli kaburg Iodge
Washington was made
of WaahtMtnn-Alesandrla
which he presilded a wor-li
ter had the chief part in
teeing that yesterday's
were appropriate Thotuum
attendance from all part
try. and every Jurisdiction
ted 8 rate nnd a few fi
countries were reprcsentf
1 he procession first movi
vault where the remains i
ton were first deposited
procession marched to the
Washington's remains non
praaelve services were hoi
an eloquent tribute to tb
dent by President McKlnl.
the day the Red Men sin
Masons In honoring tbe
We're told we haT the twl leetlnn of
Xmas pnar-nts Is tbe roanty. v1"ndr if its
tree? Like te have roar opi
nth eer-
sM ap-
f a 4tf
n tua iuii
titer, the
mi4 yes
es ana or
met. The
be Grand
of Colo
p Orand
n which
son, and
dge. over
ful maa
duty at
. ervance
is ware in
ha conn
i the ual
i fore ten
o the old
Theti the
mb where
' and Int
ending in
irst preat
Latar In
ded the
ttetnory of
Will bty hmy flseced
lined underwear in
It colors. St-rts or
Will buy a tlico
shirt or drawers Iu
the best ot camel's
hair goods.
Tried ti lliirn hii InruMI
Philadelphia, Dec. 15.
nurse giving the name of
ami who Is si'ld to be a ti
in a West Philadelphia
waa arrested last evening f
Ing to burn the body of an .
crime la alleged to have
her boarding house, No. i
street. A policeman toV
from the furnace in the l-.i
fore It had been entirely l
is not known to whom tin
longed. It is said that tl
connected In tbe case are h
Extension tables at Davison's.
Letters Qranteil,
Letter p( administration were granted to
Qanlal Illordan, on the estato of Aunle Rior-
dau, late of tbe borough of Shenandoah, do-
Letters testamentary were granted to Fred.
Kellerman, on the estate of Fred. Kellerman,
late of the township of Eldred, deceased.
Flat ulenccis cured by Beeciiam'b Pills.
Dr. Humphreys' Specific Manila).
A book of 100 pages on the treatment and
care of all diseases mailed free on application.
Adqrees the Humphreys Medielue Company,
P. 0. Box 1810, N. Y. City.
A Thieving llaccmm,
Elmer Heiser and Alfred Freuk. of Maha.
noy City, yesterday shot a pheasant in the
Locust Valley. When they went to a hedge
to get the game they found only a- bunch of
feathers, but followed a trail some distance
up a mountain, where they found the dead
pheasant under a ledge of rock, and killed
nineteen pound raccoon that had dragged it
A Hoy's Coaster
Given sway, Iree, with every pound of
Grand Union Baking Powder, beginning to
morrow and all of next week. At tbo Grand
Union Tea Company's Store. 15-10-20-21
Was Knocked Out.
George Parry and John Hardcattle met at
New Boston last night iu a glove contest for
the championship of Morea and $23 a side,
The bout was arranged for twvuty rounds,
but llardcustle was knocked out lu tho sixth
r -
Croup Instantly relieved. Dr. Thomas'
Eolectrlo Oil. Perfectly safe. Never falls.
At auy drug Btore.
Keep warm by buying Davison's staves.
Ttro inlletl ti, Cuvelii.
Boranton, Pa., Dec. 16. A cavaln n
rurreu in the Jermvn m ne No. i m
Rondham, yesterday, killing two men.
They wore Joseph Iork. a miner nj
Joseph Cor, a laborer. It wns several
iiourB uernre nieir Domes were recov
ered. Cor leaves a wife and four chil
dren, while Iork leaves a wife and one
To Cure a Cold lu One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money If It falls to euro.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 26e
The Drama at Centralla,
The St. Ignatius Dranvatlo Co , will present
the ster'lug turve-aot comedy drama, "Erin
Go Braugh" at St. Ignatius Hall, Ceutrali
on Tuesday evening. Dee. 19th, and will give
a matinee performance in tbe afternoon.
Perfumery and Saehet Powders. Imported
and domestic. Shenandoah Drug Stole. St
Fish oakes to-night. Special lunch to
morrow morning
Special luneh to-night. Vegetable soup to
morrow morning.
fjlam soup win be served, free, to all pa
trous to-night.
Oyster soup to-night,
Oyster soup to-night.
Ask yonr grocer trr tbe "Eoy&l Patent1
flour, and take no other brand. It Is ti a bes
flour made.
no. E. B
rs. Scull,
ed nurse
mi. Tht
u r red at
he body
ment bo
ned. It
baby be-peraona
gbly eott-
1 tbe I r-
last night
atnmetit in
ut Ufa "
tra were
nil I Men of
il s Mine"
' he given
il benefit
Idood in
'ui rrpn
iH heavy
Manager . and It
'v at tbe
I his will
to ess thou
my Voc
ud wit-
Genfs half ho9, frtl 'fclnda,
at lowest pricea.
Our hats and neckwear are inter
esting for every buyer.
Remember we sell the genuine
Stetson hat.
New Ones
Hnyler's candy in bask,
prettier. Shenandoah Drag St.
Till! VTltlDAI..
Another large auuieiice witm
formance at Fergusou'a theatre
and found very pleasing enti r
the production of "The Ladi'i
The selections by Howmu's ui
pirticularly appreciated and tL
"A Day With the Circus" strut.
sive chord. Tu night "Tbe IV
'viU be produced. A matinee wl
to-morrow afternoon, for the ;
of the ladies and children.
Those with a drop of sporti
their veins, will find tbe woud
union of this tbe greatest o
weight battles of unusual inter.
Ferguson bas secured this attrar
will be presented for one night
theatre next Monday eveniuu
positively be the only chance to
wonderful pictures in Ibis i
could not have tone to New Y
eased tbo original at a oust of lv4 than 50.
You can see this great reproduction brought
right to your own doors for tbe . ual i sum of
50 cents.
At Ferguson's theatre on UVii-Uuy, Dec.
30th, will be seen the suonu-itl Yankie
comedy-drtroa, ' A Country Mer. rami." with
tbe eminent American corned su Charles
Cowles, in the stellar role of K n Baxter.
This is one of tbe best attraction- b. fore tbe
public o-day, ami deserves to pl..j t- stand
ing room only in our town.
ir You Wnlit llargnlnl
In OvereoaU and Suits, go to Hartv Levlt's
Tho Twentieth Centlir).
Cardinal Gibbons has disposed vl the false
report that tho beginning of the Twentieth
Century had been officially fixed Ur '.lie Oath
olic world by a decree of tho Coi'Kreatiou of
Kites at Borne directing the cil. bistiou of
he close of the pruaeut aud tbe vDeuiug ol
tue next century uy niuuilglit nassea ou
December 31 next According to the Card
inal tbe decree is pertniasive, not mandatory,
and no mention is made therein of i:i00as the
beginniug of a new centennial Mnod. Ou
Ibe contrary, the mass is Intended to eltbrate
the usheriug iu of tho dual year otthe Nine
teenth Ccutury. In the archdiot. of Balti
more tbo colrbratloti wnl not ULa place No
body will deny the acbularlluesa of the high
llgnltariea of the Catholic ehuich and it
would be impossible for men of their learn
ing to ian low me rtuieulous err. f ol aaser'-
ug that the centuries end with their niustj .
niuth year, or that the Christian itra liegau
with the yearO.
Without a Douht
The finest assortment of ring and jiwelry
is shown at Ellis Deull's, IKS South Main
street. ti 12-1 It
rfgoon Shooting Matra.
On ChrMtmas day a live pfgeoo .liuoting
match will tale plsee at Joe aVnliUer's in
the Catawiasa valley. The match ih be for
f0 a side, each man to shoot at Ave bird
Air. Sohlitter aud Johu Toole, of fcu will
be the contestants.
iodines anil Variety '
Arespeaking to you to-day thrtutth tbe
medium of our assortment of embroidered
handkerchiefs, gloves, purses aud Umbrellas
for our holiday trade. It Is a plea tare to us
to open tne public eye with facta, winch w
always do. Gill's dry goods store It
At Mauser's.
Choice beef. lamb. Dork anil
picketed pig's feet, tongues and wipe, saa
sages. All kinds of fresh aud smoed meats;
eggs and butter. Cherry and Chestnut
streets. tf
iry our iioKey-rogey Tally. i We per
pouud. At M. L. Kemaierer &. Oa.'i 4-lSt
A Mnlltftnr Colli Fieri.
Pittsburg. Dec. It. Nearly 1.250.000
bushels of ooal started down the Ohio
yesterday destined for Cisilnnatl
I.oul8vllle and New Orleans. The fleet
consisted of 17 steamers, and further
mnvaiaeni or coal will have to suspend
until the return of some of the tmmina.
Store lliwiu for Kent.
April let, 1000, now occupied to Frank
Schmidt, 116 North Msln street Apply at
storo. 120-tf
Low Prices.
Children's CoaL, latest Gretchen
double box plete in back, slashed
reveres, tn mined with four rows.
pearl buttons, and white Hercules
braid, corded collar, S2.98.
ANOTHER Fancy mixed roods.
full size collar, trimmed with two
rows silk soutache anone fancy
braid, two rows on culls and collar,
SI.98 only.
Baby's Coats. White Cashmere
fancy cape, embroideried cape, at
White Cashmere Coat embroid
eried puffed sleeves, circular collar,
at SI.49.
Fine Cashmere extra lone Duffed
sleeves, full size carw, trimmed
with fancy ribbon n- b'tid, three
pearl buttons four tucks tud fancy
Oram around skirt and linjd, $2.37,
Lone- Bedford cord cloak trimmed
with silk braid on yoke and satin
ribbon on collar, $2,37.
Child's Reefers in fancv boucle.
all colors, inlaid cloth, cream and
black soutache to match, bound
In ladies' and misses' we have a
good line of Golfs, Plush Capes,
54.aa, aM teller.
rntotNIo! Stools, all prices.
New goods just
received at
10 South Jardln Street.
TJEW country dried
S: I N cherries and apples, rat
Peaches, Enes Plums.
Green Gages,
Apricots, Pears CANS.
Lemon Peel and Citron.
Flavoring: Extracts, Spices.

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