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VOL XV.-NO 303
SIIKNANDOAH. PA. TUESDAY. MiCEJIBEK li). 18!)!).
ONE CENT
FOR CHRISTMAS
'GIFTS!
Pinnos, Organs,
Sewing machines,
Music cabinets, Ladies' desks,
Morris chairs, China closets,
Pictures, easels, Picture frames,
Office chairs, Fancy mirrors,
TOO NUMEROUS TO HENTION.
COME AND SEE.
J. P. Williams &
13 S. Main St., Shonsndooh, Pa.
gJ2 0'HARA'S
FO R
HUE Wftlf
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS.
Cor. Lloyd and White Sts.,
SHENANDOAH and
Christmas Gifts -
Morgan's Fancy Bazar, - 23 N. Main St
SILVERWARES
At Swalm's Hardware Store.
Win, Rogers Teaspoons, $1.50 doz.
" " Tablespoon, $3.00 doz.
" " Knives, Forks, $3 50 "
" " Soup Ladles, gi. 25 each
" " Berry Spoous, 75c each
" " Butter Knives, 35c each
" " Sugar Spoons, 35c each
Silve - Tea Sets.
Silver Ice Pitchers.
JQOCXXKXXKXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXX
3 Mtit-i 110 OLD STOCK 3
fS Jtc roTWE.i. I I offered to our patrons. Tlio a-
5t il V?t s yj-'r if B ETTi s"r ""l,By "li"e unit Sr
Q ,sL 4? T Wjk I f'-ji "HiH'ern In new, fresli and ntjllsli Q
g Cissl irM ' i "B mid the qunllly la nil that could be
Sf Pmi 'HouCII desired. Our line of Sr
3C i I yM Men's, Women's and Q
X )V V I f n clil,drin,s pancy Sllp" v
For presentation purposes should f
gKrV. YvL to0 receive your attention. You cunnot
8 ssr E. Manning, x
O CORNER OF" MAIN AND OAK STREETS. Q
SPECIALTIES!
o CANKED GOODS! o
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.
PEAS. Fancy Early June and Sweet Wrinkled,- 2 cans,asc
' Choice1' Marrows, 10 cents.
Good Marrowfats, 3 cans for 25 cents.
. M BEANS. Extra quality, 3 cans for 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.
Fancy stringless, 2 cans for 25 cts.
PLUM PUDDING. Two cans for 25 cents.
SOUPS. Concentrated six kinds good, cheap con
' venient 10 cents a can.
FLOOR OIL. CLOTH.
Tr-e largest stock and boat aaaortrnq nt of Floor
Oil Cloth we have over offered,
At KEITER'S.
Book cases, Rocking horses,
Doll carriages, Black boards,
Children's chairs, Chiffoniers,
Ladies' toilet tables,
Fancy rockers, Piano stools,
Foot rests, Children's couches.
Son,
FURNITURE AND
MUSIC STORE.
AND
rialn Street,
MAHANOY CITY.
Plenty of Them
sxxxxxxxx
Lamps, Carpet Sweepers,
Sleds, Pen Knives,
Pocket Knives, Skates,
Silver Cracker Jars,
Silver Water Sets.
8OOOO0OOG
HO OLD STOCK
A 9iJLli.
AX Wm
HORSE STOLEN.
Taken nt Anlilaiirl aiul Abandoned Shortly
Alter nt OcntrnllH.
Itetween nine ami teti o'clock last niiebl a
bonw and buguy belongiOK to JiHwph 1),
I.Iron, of Ashland, weio jtolen from bin
atablo at the rwir of lils premliwa, corner of
Second and Centre ttreeta, In that liiwiw
There were evident tbli morning that an
attempt was also made to steal n Iioimj from
tlio tllo of l'ttor E. Duck.
The driver of the Uge running between
fniiln.!!. ,I 1.1. 1. ...I I .. .
latter place this moraine, sUted that thini
men arrived In Centralla Inat nlht Jnt in
time to catch the latl car bound for Mt.
Caruiel. They abandoned the hoiso and
bUKuy and departed on the ear. The liorw
ran away and eon Id not be traded. It
answered tlio deaerintion of tlio one stolen
from Ashland. loiter thin morning the bone
and buggy were found at a place called th
shanties" midway between Centralla and
Ashland.
Why pay others $8.00 a docen for Rodger
tablespoons and forks when ion can buy
them at Ilrumm's for i 60? Teaspooas at
fl-35 lS-10-tt
Teachers' Institute,
ine louowinE program was ottered at a
meeting of the local Teachers' Institute, held
In tbo High School building yeetrrday after
noon: Singing, "Stars of the Summer Nisht."
by Iustitute; paper, "Propriety of Children's
Christmas Lutertalnments in thoSohoo's, and
the Methods of lIoIdingTbem," Mlas O'llara;
reading, "Dlsclpllno." Miss Williams ; solo,
"Old Love Letters," Miss Kavannugh;
paper, ' Uirlstruas Uteraturo," .MIw Kim
mel ; reading. "Mark Twain's Description of
huropean Uuldes, Miss Fairchild : reports
or committees ; institute Journal, Christmas
Number, editor, Mr. Mcliale ; critic. Miss
O'Connell.
Just tho thing for a Xmas present to tlio
distant friends a coal Ink stand, tooth pick
Holder, sowing set or one of the many novel.
ties made from coal at Ilrumm's. 12 18-tf
A 1'ertliient. Imiutry.
Editor Herald: In regards to the false
alarm that was sent in on Saturday night by
UBicer Martin t oyle, if lie had only run ono-
tlilnl as fast the night he was watching the
parties that were going to rob Itev. Father
O lteilly, he could have easy caught them;
but he did not run for he knew them and
thought, they would make It "hot" for him.
It is not the flr.t time that Martin sent in an
alarm he sends it In sometimes on Sunday
night. It seems that he likes to see the lire
men run, and he is not running any risk
when ho semis in a false alarm.
TnostAB Tosu.
Shenandoah, Pa., Dec 19, 1S99,
A lot of knives worth from 7flo to il 00
reduced to SO cents for this week u ly at
Swulm's, M-lS-Ot
'A he New llrewery.
Sur veyors yesterday staked out the ground
on North Hmorick street to be used for the
plant of The Home Brewing Company and
ground will be broken for the foundation
walls as soon as the lumber and obstructions
can be removed. The lumber belongs to
Glenn & O'llearn, who formerly had a leaso
of tho site aud used it as a yard for tbeirbus-
juess. Christ. Schmidt and others interested
In the brewery left town to-day for New
lork and Philadelphia to make contracts for
ice machines, a brew house and other equip
ment for tho plant.
Leather hand grips at Max Lbvit's. 3t
Hall Christmas Nlglit.
The Elite Club will hold a ball In Kobblus'
hall on Christmas night. Full orchestra with
piano accompau mcnt, 12-1 4-0 1
The Cantata.
The production of the cantata. "The Star
of Bethlehem," at the Primitive Methodist
church last night was an entertainment of
much artimc merit and very pleasing to a
large audience. Tho musical numbers wore
excellently rendered under tho direction of
Prof. Edward Cooper and tho character parts,
which were in charge of Mrs. Edward Malick,
showed studied attention. The choruses were
strong and effective and many very beautiful
tableaux were introduced.
Liavc your order for Ilolly Wreaths, etc.,
at Sbenandoali Drug Store. 2-10-3t
A Hint to the I.H.I N.,
We invite an Inspection by the ladies of
our Utest arrivals in winter dress novelties
and a call to obtain some of the latest bints
on what to wear" and "bow to wear it."
Fashion's latest fads In black I'cau do Sole
silks aud black Duchess satins are no$' dis
played on our counters. These goods would
mako serviceable, as well as appropriate and
appreciative Christmas gifts, li. F. GUI's
dry goods store. 12-19 2t
Special Special 1 1
A leather hat case with a fashionable black
stiff hat. Our price Is S for the outfit. Max:
Levlt's. 12-18-31
Death Heat Goldeu Wedding,
Mrs. Edward Boyer, aged 08 years, of
Pottsville, dropped dead at tho washtub yos-
terday morning. Her lifeless body was dis
covered by a mail carrier making bis early
morning trip In that section 6f tho town.
The family bad been looking forward to the
celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Boyer's golden
wedding this week.
Mixtures from 8 cents a lb. up at M. L.
Kemmeror & Co., the leading piauufacturiug
confectioner, 3 Xorth Main street. 12-4-tet
Died From Ills Injuries.
Wilbur Flemming, the three-year-old son
of William C. Flemming, of Pottsville. died
at the hospital last evening from the result
of burns received while playing with fire
yesterday afternoon. Young Flemming was
In company with a number of boys who
built a fire near Flemmiug's home, and in
playing around the flames Flcmmlpg's cloth
ing caught fire.
You can buy It at Brumm's. 18-18-tf
I'urpoieljr for Christmas.
Eighteen oases of blaok and brnwn stiff
hats at $1 00. Guaranteed In style and price.
Max Levit's. J2-18-3t
Silverware Display.
The four large plate glass cases covering
SO feet of tho south wall of Swalni'o mam
moth hardware store am full of silverware
and fancy goods. The ditplsy Is attracting
much attention from holiday shoppers,
A Nice Christinas Girt.
A half dozen of gentlemen's half hose.
The latest novelties from the cheapest to the
finest. Max Levit's. 1216 3t
The Mock Trial,
The members of Washington Camp No. 118,
P.O. 8. of A , will hold tbo thitd session of
lis mock trial upon the close of lis regular
session this evening and It is expected to be
very interesting. Tho defense will be heard
from aud a verdict rendered.
For fashionable hats the right place is at
Max Lkvi.'b. U'-ts-3t
HELD FOR
ROBBERY.
Tbree Youngr Men ol Town Commute
to Jail.
' JONAS HUMHELL
THE ACCUSER
rte
Charges That Mlehael Burns, James
Murphy and John Welsh Were the
Men Who Beat and Robbed Him
at His Home.
Mlehael 1 turns, of Glover's Kill; James
Mtirphy.of West Owl street, and John Welsh,
of .North Catherine trwt, were taken into
custody at an early hour this morning,
charged with being three of the men who
beat and robbed Jonas llnmmell at his home,
at Pattersonville, ner Hlngtown, last Satur
day ulgnt. They were arrested at four
o'clock this morning by Constable Talietln
Phillips, wbn had the warrant, assisted by
Policemen Fuyle. liaud aud Uraitis. The
prisoner were placed in the lockup to await
a hearing before Justice ShoemakertbUafler-
noon.
At about eleven o'clock Saturday night, as
ilumuicll was rending In the silting room of
bi homo, there was a rap on the door. Ills
fourteeu-year-old daughter admitted a inau
who was rubbing his hands aud giving other
indications ufaiiU'eriug from the cold weather.
lluinmell asked tlio new comer to take a seat
at the fire and the daughter offered chair.
Both identified the risitor as a man named
Burns they bad frequently seen at Glover's
Hill. Bums declined the hospitality offered
and at once cornmeiicrd an attack upon Huin-
mell, beiug joined in the awault by two men
who rushed into the house. Mr. llumtnel!
says two others stood guard outside. Hum
mull's daughter stood as an eye wituess,panie
stricken by fright.
After Ilummell bad been overpowered
Burns proceeded to make a search fur booty
and put his bands into the pockets of an
overcoat that hung from a null In the wall.
Hello, butty," he exclaimed to his pals,
here are the thiugd we wauti" and betook
a revo'ver from the oyercuat, at the same
time discharging the weapon aud the bullet
went Into the ceiling of the room.
Ilummell pleaded with the robbers not to
harm and rob an old soldier, but oue of them
retorted that ho and bis pals were old
soldiers, too, having been at Plattsburg. They
secured $65 in cash, took the movements from
a clock aud left the frame, and carried off
some silk handkerchiefs, tbo revolver, some
oartridges, aud u few minor articles,
testenlay Constable Phillips learned that
luring the day Welsh had given to a yuung
man of town a handful of tartridges, remark
ing that they would fit somebody's revolver
aud be had no use for them. The person who
received them turned tbo cartridges over to
another young man, in whoso possession they
were louncl. Iheso oartridges have been
identified by ilummell. "
The recovery of the rovolver has bruught
Murphy, tho third prisouer. In close connec
tion with tho case. At about two o'clock
Sunday morning Policeman Hand heard cries
of "Police !" at a resort on North Chestnut
street kuowu as "the shaft." He arrived
upon t)ie scene just in time to see Murphy
shoot out from the side entrance tu"the shaft,"
go sprawling in tho alley. As Hand assisted
Murphy to his feet be found a revolver In the
latter's hand. Murphy was released, but
Hand kept the revolvor. The weapon has
been identified by Ilummell, as well as by
John Wagner, the North Main street saloon
keeper, who sold It to Hummel),
Burns, Murphy and Welsh were arraigned
before Justice Shoemaker this afternoon and
all pleaded not guilty. They claimed they
were in this town at the time Hummel says
tho robbery occurred. Hummel told the
story of the affair in detail and be and
his daughter and two sons positively
identified the prisoners as the three men
who entered the house. Murphy and Welsh
wure masks. Burns bud none on. He
fought with tho three men until nearly all
his clothing was torn from his body. The
three beet l.iui and Murphy held bin) down
on the floor while Bums ransacked the lower
part oT the beuse aud Welsh went upstairs to
look for plunder.
Martin Fabey was present at the bearing
lid baid bo would swear Murphy was In bis
saloon at ten o'clock Saturday night. Mrs.
elfh, mother of ono of tbe prisoners, said
she would swear her son was home at 0:30
o'clock Saturday night. Hummel said that
made nnilillereuce; that be was positive tbe
three men wcro the robbers who euteied bis
hoii?e.
One witness swore that last Sunday night
Welsh's brother gave a rator to a young man
mimed May residing at Glover's bill. Hum
tuel says a razor was stolen from his house.
The same witness swore that it Vfas not
Welsh, but Welsh's brother who gave him
tLe cartridges Hummel has Identified. He
received the cartridges at the same time
Welsh's brother gave May tho Mior. Justice
Shoemaker committed the accused to the
Pottsville jail without ball.
All kinds of rockers at Davison's.
Drnwued in a Dam.
I.illie Book, aged 24 years, daughter of Jer
emiah D Bock, of Orwigsburg, left her home
at six o'clock last evening, and not returning
home witbiu a reasonable time a search was
instituted. The body of the girl was discov
ered in Albright's dam, near tlio town. Tbe
indications point to suicide, but this- is not
definitely kuown.
All kluds of staves at Davison's.
QTurkeys, Ducks ami Geese Olven Away.
Begiuuing to-night and during this eutire
week turkeys, ducks and geese will be given,
away, free, at Tim. O'Brien's pafe. Go there
ami score ypur poultry for your Christmas
dinner, free. 12-10-it
Celebrated Swlt's Cjnde glove fitting un
derwear at Max Levit's. No advance in
prices. 12-18-3t
Jilktlces' Cases.
Frank Beraum prosecuted Anthony Kubac
ski for assault aud hatle'y, and Michael
Urban prosecuted Peter Datobrowskl an a
similar charge, before Justice Shoemaker,
last night. Both cases were settled on pay.
meut of cosU.
Fire Sale Siirrlnls.
TltAra arA IwAlllv nnliln uml nvn.riBn.aJ
salespeople to wait on you this week Corsets. !
1 60 dozen, sue. eaon; neeco lined uuderwear
for men, 35o the 50o kind; lleece lined lace
trlnimtd umlerwear for ladies, 23c the 35c.
kind; Ingrain oarpets, 23s; lace curtains. 35c,
a pair. There are hundreds of good thing
only smoke hurt.
I.. J, Wiikinsos.
The big store with little prices.
Heavv tlrere lined underwear, shirt
drawers. Our puce 3Sceuts. Max Levit.
GEN. LAWT0N KILLED.
A lliillrt KiiiImI the tlnlUnt n,li
Career In the t'hllliplnen
SrweU to Kvcmiko IIihauj.
Manila. Dec 1.-0b. H. W. Lantern,
commanding the American force In a per
tlou of I.uiou, was shot dead at San Matw
bill this morning.
GENERAL II. W. LAWTON.
Gen. Lawton left Manila on Sunday with
tbe Eleventh Cavalry, under Colonel Lok
ctt. aud battalions of the Twenty-ninth and
Tfc enty-seventh Infantry, under Lieutenant
Colonel Hargent, to capture San Mateo, wheie
Usrnnomo has 300 insurgents. He reached
bik destination and in making tho charge fell
from a Filipino's bullet.
How would a gold mounted fountain iwn
do for a Xmas gift? Brumm has something
new and good In fountalu pens. 12-lS-tf
for Chief llurgens.
Ed. Herald: At the earnest rennest of
Mr. Alex. Davis' numerous friends he has
consented to become a oandldate for tbe
ofllee of Chief Burgess. Mr. Davis was de
feated for said office three years ago He
has been a resident of Shenandoah for 28
years and the voters of Sheoandrah ought to
elect a man like Mr. Divis, for be is unable
to So any manual labor, having met with a
very Mrlous accident five years ago at tbo
Maple Hill colliery when a blast of rock went
off and Mowed off bis two hinds, leaving
hliti a cripple He has a wife and family to
sepport. This alone ought to Influence tbe
voters of Shenandoah to support such a
worthy citlsen as Mr. Alex. Davis aud bis
many friends who bavo induced him to be a
ndidate predict that if elected that he will
perform tbe duties of Chief Burgess sjtis
factory to the whole community.
jAMtS i'ATTERfrON.
Shenandoah, Pa., Dec. 1U.
We do Insist on the purity of our confec
tionery. M. L. Kemmerer t Co. 12-4-19t
Coroner's Inquest.
Deputy Coroner Cardiu and a jury last
night held an inquest on tbe death of Joseph
Mbzaitis, the young man who was crushed
between cars in tbe Knickerbocker colliery
last Thursday. The evidence showed that
Mozaitls was employed, with others, toattend
to tbe dumping of tbe coal into the gunboats
t tbe bottom of the slope: as be stood be
hind a car that was being dumped four cars,
which had been bumped by six others Just
bruught on to tbe turnout by a driver, ran
down upon and crushed him. The jury
concluded from tbe evidence that Mozaitis
bad not put enough spragsln the cars that
crashed him and rendered tbe following ver
dict : "Wo find that tho said Joseph Mosaitls
ame to his death through an accident caused
by hU failure to properly sprag the cars that
killed him."
lr the Average Gift llojrr
Knew how much pleasure is derived by see
ing our array of fancy umbrellas, plain and
fine embroidered handkerchiefs, purses and
linens, a visit to our store would be tbe re
sult. We always aim to have oqr stock ac
companied with prices where your pocket
book can reach them, and at the same time
meet with your own ideas. H. V. Gill's dry
gwxle store. 12-lP-.'t
Never rip overalls, full weight and size, 33
cents. Buy them at Max Levit's. 12-lS-3t
A Surprise l'artj,
Mrs. Joseph Feist, of South Gilbert street.
was tendered a surprise party In honor of
ner 33rd birthday anniversary. She was pre
sented with a beautiful parlor lamp. Games
and vocal aud iustrumeutal music were in
dulged iu uutil a late hour aud refreshments
were served. Among those in attendance
were: Mr. and Mrs. William Feist. Mr. and
Mrs. David Fe at. Mr. aud Mrs. Charles
Lewis, air. and Mrs John Stauder, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Lord. Mr. aud Mrs. John Smith,
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Whonsley, Mr. and
Mrs. William Needs, Mrs, 11. Smith. Mrs.
Sbapbell, Mrs. A. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Feist, of town, and Mrs. David
Roberts, St. Nicholas, and Misses Alice Nieds,
Lily ileimbanch, Mattle Edwards. Bertha
Morgan and Hattie Staufftr and Messrs.
William Needs, Charles Stauffer and George
uupwooQ, oj uiraruvme.
Solid gold rings, no greater selection in
town and uo place that bar more satisfactory
prices than at Orkln's jewelry store. 18-3t.
Luzerne Ilfrtts Won.
A cocking main vyhichattracted snorts from
all parta of Luzerne. Carbon and Schuylkill
counties, was pulled off near Uaaleton Satur.
day unlit. The contest was between birds
from Bunker Hill and McAdoo. Tbree bat
tles were fought to decide tbe main. Bunker
Hill won tbe first two In jig tlmo aud collared
tbe purse. $100.
A Christmas Tree for no Ceuta
and upward. We have a niie stock and
probably Just what you have been lookiug
for. See them on the Coal street side of out
business place. Jacob Ueutz, Main aud Coal
streets. 12-19-lt
Sir. Ityan's Consignment.
Congressman Ryan, of this district, has
been placed on the Mines and Mineral ootn-
mlttte by Speaker Henderson. Tho com
mitteea were announced yesterday.
Our silk aud linen
handkerchiefs is large-
and complete. Max Levlt'a.
13-18-31
AVAR Making
Absolutely
Makes tlie food more delicious and wholesome
SOVAL ttAKlNd POWOf
IjBRlTISH
REGRUITS !
Thousands Are Anxious to Face the
Bullets of tbe Boers,
THE LATTER FULLY SUPPLIED
A ItKllnlilr Nlnl,-iMcHt llri'lnrca Thn
ItniclHinl'a I'iii lint -l lillmllril 1ti
iII.- il I' nn 'I Ammunition
llullfr Cr..M tin- TilKt-ln ltlrr.
tandem. Dec. 19. The war office has
been In communication with General
Sir wllllnm Lorkhart, commander-in
chief In India, wth a view of aarertaln
I tig what troop fan be spared from hla
lorcea. anil It la understood that
reMiiit of thee inquiries a force will
afmriRt Immediately leave Bombay for
Durban, Including our regiment of
eaoned troop, with an ammunition
column, and a hrlitade of artillery. In
cluding; horse and field batterlea. It 1.1
noptd that this force will reinforce
Ueneral Buller within a month.
The Dnhe of Connaught visited the
war office yesterday. Since the ap
pointment or lxrd Roberts as com
mantler-ln-chlef in South Africa the
question of ranK no longer bars tbe
duke from going to the front, and, as
he has a strong desire to go, It l be
lieved that only tbe queen's reluctance
stands In the way. It Is not unlikely
iiiui mis win ie overcome.
lord Chesham, commanding officer
or the lloyal Buckinghamshire Yeo
maiiry. has been authorised to organ
ise a rorce or .t.ooo yeomanry, who wilt
proceed to the cane. The veomanrv
forces sent out will be drafted so as to
work together wl.h the mounted In-
rantry and mounted militia from Can
ada and Australia.
It Is understood that the volunteers
selected will not form a aenarate en rim
but will Join their linked battalions of
me regular forces in South Africa.
Throughout the country volunteers
are responding with the utmost alac
rity to the official notices. Ird Lons
dale says he believes the government
will only accept from 20 to 60 men
from each yeomanry regiment. It is
asserted that many officers of the vol
unteer regiments are offering to go as
trrrr-ers. If not accepted as officers.
The Daily Mail hears from a hitherto
reliable correspondent that General
Huller, after a stiff fight, crossed the
Tugela river. The correspondent also
states thnt General Metlitien's com
munications are cut.
A dispatch from Frere Camp says
that the bodies or two guides who mis
led General Gatacre at Stormberg were
found on the battlefield. The men had
been shot.
A dispatch from Naauw Poort, Cape
Colony, dated Dec. 1G, says: The
Boors brought a big gun to bear on the
British near Vaar ICop. The British
pieces were too small to reach the
enemy, and after an Intermittent artll
lory duel General French withdrew
-nder shell Are. but without losses, to
Arundel.
J. B. Robinson, the South African
millionaire, writes to The Dally Chron
icle reasserting that the Boers have
unlimited supplies of ammunition and
ample-stores of food and declaring that
all the statements to the contrary
should le ignored.
The Times says editorially: "Iird
Roberts will have absOmtely a free
hand and may be expected to resume
the original plan of r-nmpalgn aliandon
ed by General Buller under the neces
sity of rei'evlnis !.-dvimith."
Inquiries "P'nng tho I.lveriiool ship
owners show that transportation for
60,000 men, with horses and equip
ment, pan be re-nly before the men are
prepared to s!-rt. T;e govcnmerit
haH chartered the i-enlnsular and OrN
ental Steam Navigation company's
steamer Assaye, and the Goorkha, of
the Union lln.
A novel way to adverllp; will you get
that fine gold plated lamp ? Seeitiu Ilrumm's
show wludow. 18-18-tf
Coat, Grip, Carpets
and o'l clothe cheaper than el $e when
Christmas goods and blankets. We guarantee
the best value fur tbe money. A clearanee
sule of underwear. Came at nuee.
12-lS-Bt P J. MdNAnilAX.
All kinds of beaters at Davison's.
Hint Krom III Injuria,
Edward Brennan. of Summit Hill, who
was squnezed between tbe buggy and Um
bers iu Spring Tunnel working lost week
died of bis injuries at tbe Ashland hospital
yesterday.
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup seems es
pecially adapted to the needs of the children.
Pleasant to take ; soothing in IU inusnee ;
u is me reuiHiy oi ai renjeim for every
form or throat and lung disease.
BtiM-'IIAM's Pilw for stomach and liver ills,
To the Smoker,
How will a box of 3S Henry W Sage eigars
mt you tor a .Vtnas present? Shbuandmb
Drug Store. 1219-St
firlxtfflt Nriit to mi Axyluni,
Lebanon, Pa., Due. it. Amos Gelst
welt, who was acquitted of the murder
of his wife. Rebecca, Sunday morning,
wan yesterday committed to the State
Asylum for the Insane at Harrisburg,
by order of Judge Iihrgood.
Hit, Ite.t fitting Clothing
Is to be had at Harry Levit's, 38 North Maiu
street.
Roger teaspoon, f 1..W per dozen, Swalm's.
Store ltoom fur Kentt
April 1st. 190Q. now oeeuuied bv PnuV
Schmidt. 118 North Msin street. Apply at
store 12-6-tf
"Pure
S CO.. htw rOMR.
COAL.
PlrrtNMi
Cnllawa
wsieliniint at th
KxkKWlllla.
By a fall of coal at
Ksskswtllistu
ntsrday. Pits
col-
Hery at Mlddlrport
William Calloway,
mines E6'orts to r
atembed In tbe
tbe unfortunate
n. bat se yet be bi
not knowa whether
his daily exsmins
tinm be was en
- t and ! sad it is
nua were at oar brr
not bseu leached. It
Calloway Is dead or a'
Uslloway wm nnk
tioo or tbe mines at it
tombed behind tans
believed cannot be r
body of water was lil
erermi but. thi-. it
damage Tbe fire
in that port lou of the
have met with a mmiU
martied man and baa
at KMtawillism
Mm Inspector Man
among those first on II
mate knowledge of '
colliery, where no man
cutml. losde his sort
ned alive A small
ted tkss' tbe rash
said did but little
u tbe only aersnn
me er mere would
Uta. Uklleway Is a
feaad twe children
of Pottsville, was
ad bU InU-
- worviktajs of this
oaeasltirs bsve or-
In directing tbe
y valuable. Inside
and other sflcials
istoy, who operate
sent.
in a pert of tbe
pwotk uf rnrue escaral
Foreman Mike KUimn
of the IMin l oal t
tb colliery were al
(illnwav i- imprison
iur where be i- ihoV
it of aoreas. From
too bottom of t be slope
i gangway rne MO
a further extension
'hen another gang
r west. There is
fler which another
onntered. It liber
irred. If Calloway
e time, be was ta
ble, however, that
way still farther
teet wrat. a tunnel roa
In another dtn-etion an
way rum lirttf feet far
next a plane ol HO yanl
gangway of Vo reel -
where the fall of coal ft
was in this gangway at
sMiilly killed. It is
b was in a couultr k
west. If this is the cm-
els still alive, as
' ry effort will be
'iied man to-day.
tbe air there is good. 1
made to reach the ioipr
We aie never nnd rn
The lst place in l
riruiuui.
tf
n to hny clothing,
to M. C. Wsteon's
Harry Levit's. ueit d.
tVnlilrttii W H
P. Q. Waldrou. the
be Hern
at Canadian horse
atebles, Snensn-
shipper, will be at o il .
doah, on Friday, Decern
carloads of horses, tin
shipped to this viciuitv
sist of glay, black. ,
t ifitnd, with two
meet lot be ever
Tbe lot will ron
I and; bay teams,
I singlo drivers of
Mr. Waldrou ban
heavy draught horses i
tbe very best kind. At
sold a great number of
rea here be knows
just wbat suits this maik
If you need
hore or tam fur work
driving or general
purpurea, you should nut
IaiI to attend this
Mia. Kch and every bo
e must be sold to
tbe highest bidder. Ken
mber tbe date and
place, O'Hara's livery
Friday. December
22nd, at oue o'clock, r
or abiue. Term
18-18-tf
Mil.
Children's kid gloves
Max I.kvits. at
Clocks, silver nevolt;-)
and silverware,
solid gold ring aud waU
es, musical instro-
limits, etc , at Urklu's je
elry store. St
A Horrible
Ritaih.
A di'trensiiig acoldrn
occurred at the
Nellson colliery,
aearSMuokiu, this morn-
ot. by which a wiser
iiet Instant death.
The victim is Arthur 11-
y. of Gordon. He
s well known and vrss a
d 45 years and un-
married. He was engage
u dressing some
oal In a gaugway when
sudden rush of
rock occurred, complete
entombing him.
On bis body rested a itx n
estimated to weigh
wo tons It was impex-il
le to roll the huge
tone and It was necessari
to prepare a blast
remain when te
to recover tbe body. Th
covered presented a borrl
le sight and wsre
rushed into pulp.
Keep Time Wllh
Christum.
Clocks iu porcelain
hina, b route and
wood. Good time-keep
and lowest of
riees are Christmas indu
einentsat Orkln's
jewelry store, next door
to tbe Mam troth
clothing bouse.
l-lS5t
All kinds of furniture i
Davison's.
Klectlon of (I
SSeara.
At a regular meeting oi
the Annunciation
. A II society on SillidjP the following
of-
neers were olected for
.. r
e ensuing term :
li ; Vice President,
tfartiu Krvuiiau ;
i. Sullivan ; Treas-
Presideut. William J. ,
Henry iteilly j Secretary
tseistant Secretary, Pat
rer, Michael Graham :
srsbal, l J. Uev-
Jarrltor, John Grud
Truetew, Edward
Murphy aud Thomas Co
luings.
rbe Cadets also electee'
.heir orttcers as fol-
lows : Piesident, P. J
Edward Miles ; Traaau
"nor; Seorewry,
tr. rater Xork :
stewards. Thomas Cut
Msgs and John
O Douneil.
The Way to I
ay a lut.
For Cbrbttuias. Otue t
our store with tbe
xentleman's proper site
of hat, bis weltfbt.
Height and age. and
will guarantee to
give you a bat suitable t
tbe wearer. Max
lS-18-at
Lbvit's.
It's a wise tongue tl
responds to pure
oaudy. Try jour toegi'
u our line. M. L.
Kemmerer 4 Oa,
ltecrultmc to lia tluers
illlam Kearun. of Mirwood. near Ifaal.
ion, an ex-gunner In tbel'uited State UTr
i. 1, ... "
tuiaui b company pi volunteer te go
iu ovum Ainoa auu neat with tbe Buen
He says he has been eouitaiwiuned to form
force ' strong. Tbe Tntusvaal Uuvera
meut will pay all expense to the seat of war
uuu iue soiuiers will tie wsll reimbursed.
Don't purohase your Xmas uift uutil vnu
see Ilrumm's stock and ask la prices.
New Flush Factory.
Tbe Pottsville Hoard of Tnde has tecnnul
a plush factory to loeate si Pottsville, and
the old shoe taetory co the north-eastern
outskirts of the town will i umxI for the
purpose. One hundred hsu.K will be em
ployed, 75 per cent, of thsm men.
All kind of tables at lti. .u .
Honda I'or Mle.
Two hundred dollar Irsl inortaace five
per cent, bend fur sale. Ai nlv at U Eaat
(Uk street, Shenandoah Pa IK 16 tf
Huyler's oaudy iu hkeu.
Nothing
lMt
prettier. Sfaeoandoah Drue More.
Without a Uuuht
The finest assortment of ring and JeweJiy
l shown at Bllts Deull'i. 123 Sooth Msin
street. M-U-IK
FItKK LUNOUKS TO-.VIOHT,
BICKEBT'l.
Special lunch te-nUlit. Chicken soup ts-
moirow morning.
UE.vrz'i.
Special lunch to-ulght. VegeUble seup to
morrow morning.
cuas, BAcztimcs's.
Pea soup will be served, free, to all patrons
lo-mgui.
WIEKS.'
Beau&oup, free, tt-ulght.
POOLKB'I.
Sour krout pork aud iMhed potatoes to-
FALL 0F
MAX LKVIT'
Let Us Suggest
For n CHRISTMAS Olft
, Gloves,
Neckwear,
Mufflers,
Handkerchiefs,
Sweaters,
Caps,
mackintoshes,
Full Dress Cases.
We also feature a splendid line 1
fine laundered coloted shirts.
DO YOU WANT A HAT
For Christmas to improve
yottr appearance ? Our
styles and prices are both
right and correct.
MAX LEVIT
UP-TO-DATE HATTER.
CORNER MAIN AND CENTRE S1HEETS.
-AT-
"ThcHuft.
99
VVWWvWVW
COME AND BE MERRY WITH US.
See k Dolls, some are stefag, stSws wide
awake. Twins are tore, Bremd Cells,
KW Mis, All KMs sf Doits, 5e. p.
rVVVVVW
Dressed Doll from 23c up.
Tree Ornaments, gold ami silver.
Colored Berries & Fancy shapes.
Imetta Bags, ic each.
Candles and Holders,
Iainps (or Christmas Yards.
Harmonicas, 3c. up.
Pianos, 25c, 48c, 74c, 980
Metsllophonea, Druma, 19c. ',9c
69c. 98c-
Wash Sets table, wringer, wash
board, etc., roc up.
Books, finely colored illustra
tions, ic.
Blocks, se 9c.
I'iRy Blocks in a box, 10c.
Iron Toys, entiles variety, 7c up
Engine aud Cars, 10c to 98c.
Mechanical Toys, latest novelty
Trunks, Wagons, Horses, Car
riages, Go-Carts.
Animals of all kinds ic up.
Games, a large assortnteur from
5c, to $2.98.
Swings, Beds, Cradles, Banks.
Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Shav
ing Sets, Work Boxes, Can
uon's Toilet Waters and Per
fumery.Handkerchief Boxes
Silk Umbrellas sterling silver
tips on horn & ivory handles
COMFORTABLE ROCKING CHAIRS AT
LOW PRICES.
CHRISTMAS
Carpet Sweepers
all prices. Rues.
DDrcCllTP I J1 kinds. Foot
rnCOCII 10 1 Stools, all
prices.
New
goods just
received at
FRICKE'S CARPET STORE,
i0 South Jardln Street.
xmmmmmmmmmmmid
S MEW country dried 3
1 N cherries and apples. E
CALIFORNIA
Peaches, Eees Plums.
Green Gages, IN
Apricots, Pears, kCANS.
Lemon Peel and Citron.
Flavoring Extracts, Spices.
TRY rtAQARGLE'S OWN nRAVn
BAKINQ POWDHR.
CHRISTMAS
Magarglc's,
26 EAST CENTRE STREET
uigui.
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