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VOL. XV.-NO.310
SHENANDOAH. PA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1899.
ONE CENT
FOR HOLIDAY
sGIFTS!
Pianos, Organs,
Sewing machines,
Music cabinets, Ladies' desks,
Morris chairs, China closets,
Pictures, easels, Picture iratnes,
Office chairs, Fancy mirrors,
TOO NUMEROUS TO J1ENTION.
COME AND SEE.
J. P. Williams & Son, mn0.
13 S. (Via In St., Shenandoah, Pa.
GO TO Pl'WADA'Q
i 'jftjjLu- v I
FOR
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
TELEPHONE
Cor. Llovd and wnite.sts.,
and
I I L M A rvl If 1A ll
ui iL.nniii-'wrn
V.
Bargains For This Week I
TN TIIIC BIO KUHII last Saturday several nrtlclrn
.1. were overlooked thought tbey were all pold
found them this mornl and so we will en
deavorto dl.poso of them this week as New Year
Movenlrs Perhaps you have received a Christmas
present and you will want to reciprocate on New
Year's Day. All Toys will be sold at 20 per
C6nt Off the regular prices. We have a few
TOOL CHESTS, Largo PIANOS. Small Sized BUREAUS, SIDEBOARDS, SWINGS,
DOLLS, MUSICAL TOYS
i
7
A SPECIAL ITEM.
A ?7.oo Rolling Top Writing Desk in oak, to
ro at $3.75. Was sold to a customer, but
they found it too small for the
They desire to dispose of it to
size. Suitable for n boy or
years old.
hllm.T
,WALM'S HARDWARE STORE!
KATES,
LEDS,
TOVES.
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
E. MANNING, :-: Cor.
iXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXi
SPECIALTIES !
o CANNED GOODS 1 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.cllo',ce 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 cansc.
Choice Marrows, 10 cents.
Good Marrowfats, 3 cans for 25 cents.
L IMA 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 dents a. can.
FLOOR OIL CLOTH.
Th largest stock and bestassortment of Floor
OH Cloth we hove ever offered.
At
Hook cases, Rocking horses,
Doll carriages, Black boards,
Children's chairs, Chiffoniers,
Ladies' toilet tables,
Fancy rockers, Piano 'stools,
Foot rests, Children's couches.
It VI V V
AND
CONNECTIONS.
flaln Street,
MAHANOY P.ITY.
only one and two oi a kind.
person intended.
-procure a larger
girl from 7 to to
KU7UU
23 NORTH MAIN ST.
"Merry Christmas"
and
'IfcHappy New Year."
Change With
the Year.
Put shoe on tho feet which ore
(".nf.. ruble, stylish, a ml durable.
Ours are tho kind to buy. Good,
clear through. No defects or
port material hidden by a pleas
ing exterior Everything Is m It
should bo exoept priced, which
are a little too low.
We are showing a very pleasing line
of
Men's, Women's and
Children's Slippers
At very modest prices.
Main and Oak Streets.
KEITER'S.
2 . M
LADYSfllTji SflfE I
THE BRITISH FORCES CLAIM IT IS
IMPREGNABLE.
England Declares That the Delagoa Bay
Treaty Reports Are Inaccurate-Canadians
Ordered to General BulUr'i
Aid A Former Premier
Dropi Deid.
Special to KvEKimi Hkrai.d.
London, Dec. 28. The latest l.adyiiiltli
report says tliat the Held fortlQeutlons of the
Ity are so strong and well effectively ar
ranged that they an now withstand any
attack the Boers may make, and that the
British forces within and about the city liavt
a supply of food sufficient for two months.
Tlin Delngoa liny.
Special to I'.VENixd Herald.
London, Dec. 23. Official circles hero and
at Berlin say the alleged disclosures concern-
ng Delagoa Bay are inaccurate. Tlio report
emanated from Berlin and was to the effect
that a secret treaty bad been effected between
Germany, England and Portugal, by which
England secured complete and full posses
sion of Delagoa Bay,
Aid For Iluller.
Special to Evening Herald.
Capo Town, Africa, Dec. 28. Col. Otter,
who is command of the Canadian coutingent.
has been ordered to join the forces of
Qeneral Buller.
Former Premier's Heath
Special to Eve.mso Herald.
Durban, Natal, Dec. 28. Foriber Pn mler
Escoinbo dropped dead on a street of this city
to-day.
Defaulting Teller Caught.
Special to EvE.ii.ia Herald.
Montreal, Canada, Dec. 28. J. J. Herbert,
the missing teller ot the. Villa Marie bank,
was arrested here this morning.
FACTORY STARTED.
Shirr Manufacturing Enterprise Launched
With Good Hermit.
The Shenandoah Manufacturing Company
yesterday put its plant on North Lmerick
street in operation for the manufacture of
shirts. A start was made with fourteen
operatives under the direction of M's. W. J
Uieverand Miss Hosa Barnes and thn results
at the close of the day wore very satisfactory.
It is expected that by the opening of the now
year 55 or 60 operatives will be employed.
"Two Orphans" To-nlglit.
The production of "Little Lord Fuuntle
roy" by the Irene Myers Company at For
guson's theatre last night was ono of tho
most interesting and pleasing of tho present
season. J.lttle Irene s portrayal of the title
role was an artistic piece of work that
showed tho little star to be an actress of raro
talent. The entire cast was well adapted to
the production. Walter Wilson was ex
cellent as the crusty old Earl and added to
his laurels as The Silver King " on the pre
ceding night. O. W. Koche's rolo of attor-
ney to the Earl was also a commendable
piece of work. He is perfectly at home in
characters Involving elegance of action and
euavity. Miss Delia Leon cannot be too.
highly commended for her Impersonation of
Dearest. Her Interpreatlon was true to tho
instincts of a painstaking, devoted and sac-
rificlng mother and contributed in no small
measure to the successful production. "Tho
Two Orphans" will bo produced to-night and
Little Irene will essay the rolo of Louise, the
blind girl.
Married.
AlbertQ. Troutman.of town, and Miss Ada
Morvlne, of Qordou, were married last even
ing at their beautifully furnished homo, 2S8
South Jardin street. Rev. J. K. Ilensyl
pastor of the United Evangelical church
officiated at the ceremony. A sister of tho
bride was the bridesmaid and Thomas Flcok
of Philadelphia, the groomsman. Many
guests were in attondanco and: the bridal
couple received numerous gifts.
Mr. Hurke a CauUlilate.
Edward Burke, the present Collector of
Taxes, is a candidate for re-election, bis an
nouncement to that effect appearing in an
other column. lie was elected, to the otlico
three yean ago as a Democrat, and seeks the
nomination again from that party. True, he
will likely have opposition; in fact, he is al
ready up against that proposition, but his
friends are active In their support and an
pear confident of carrying at least three of
tho five wards for their favorite.
A llenuliftil Calendar.
The Loronz Schmidt's Estate, brewers
Pottsville, whose interests iu Shenandoah
and vicinity are represented by Sol. Ilaak
of South Main street, have issued a calendar
for 1000 which is beautiful in design and
colors. Mr. llaak'a increased trade attests
the popularity of the product of this
brewery.
New Year gifts are almost as popular as
Christmas gifts. It s tbo proper time to ro
turn the unexpected Christmas token, or
remember those you unintentionally over
looked. If you want the right article at the
right piices you can get it at lirumms. tf
"The Highwayman."
The three acts of "The Highwayman1
De Koven and Smith's jolly comic opera, are
said to be gorgeously mounted to plctorially
represent the courtyard of an ancient
English Inu, a moon-lit glade on the old
York road and the grounds of an English
manor. These scenes are to be peopled with
soldiers, dairy maids, gypsies, rustles.
hunters and huntresses when presented at
Ferguson s theatre, Wednesday evening,
Jan. 3rd,
Fine meats at Bauser's. Choice cuts of
beef, lamb, veal and pork, pickled pigs feet,
tripe, tongue. Full line of smoked meats
Eggs and butter.
Theatrical Folks Marry.
A wedding In which both the contractin
parties were inesptans occurred in the par
lors of the Central hotel, at Beading, on
Christmas day. The principals wero Miss
Keno D Archy, of New York, who appeared
in town two weeks ago as tho leading
lady with lllmmeleln's Ideals. The groom
was John Slur roy, manager of the Huntley
Jackson Repertoire Company. Mr. aud Mrs,
John A. Ilimmelein weie the attendants.
The ceremony was performed in the pres.
ence ol tne members of both companies,
lteserred Heat Sale.
The sale of reserved seats of DeKoveu &
Smith's three ar.t rnrntp nnnrn Tli Mini.
waymau," will open at Kirlin's drug store
10 morrow morning ai u o'clock
Will go to Altlr.
William McCarroll. formerly of IVlun,, ami
now of Philadelphia, will gait wit sutimUv
for Algiers, Iu the luterest of tho Baldwin
locomotive works, wnere be is employed
FIMflG
PROTESTS !
Some Lively License Court Contests Are
Predicted.
REMONSTRANCES FILED TO-DAY !
Tho Applications of Seven Shenandoah
Applicants Objected to Because
They Have Conducted Base
ment and First Floor
Places' Under One
License.
1'OTTSVILLE, Dec. 2fl, 18t).
As the time for the annual torm of liquor
license court approaches the number of re
monstrances against applications increase
and the prediction Is made that tbcro will be
some spirltod contests before the court when
It convenes next month, as soveral of the
licenses Involved will receive the special at
tention of tho court. Some of the cases are
those which wero placed before the District
Attorney, but Judge Bcchtol concluded that
it would savo time and expense to have all
considered before the license court, instead of
presenting them to the next Grand Jury.
S. U. M. Hollopcter, )!., of Siicnandoah,
representing-tbo Law and Order Society, was
here to-day and filed refuunstranres against
seven of the license applicants. lie stated
bat no more would bo fllod to-day, but a
big batch was iu course of preparation.
I lie remonstrances filed are alike in all tho
seven cases referred and to set forth "that the
said (naming the applicant) during the whole
of tho year 1809 conducted on tho firstflooror
main part.of hislicenied house, a retail liquor
bar, and also sub-let, causal or allowed, under
his said license a retail liquor bar, during the
whole of said period, to be conducted In the
cellar basement of said licensed house. That
two separate aud distinct retail liquor bars.
and liquor driuking places, have been estab
lished and conducted during the whole of
the year 18911, under the liquor license
granted to the said for the year 1800.
For tho reason; aforesaid, tho re-grauting of
the said liquor license is remonstrated
against. '
The Shenanduah applicants against whom
theso remonstrances have been died am
Frank lialshauik, Jr., First ward; Martin
Fahey, First ward; Timothy O'Brien. First
ward; B J. Keogh, First ward: Thomas
Scott, agent, Third ward; Leon Danowski,
Third ward; Alex. Scmanis, Second ward.
THE GIRARDVILLE CASE.
People U. & I.. Association Directors uml
ASAlgiiee Ke.trallieU. -In
tho case of J. P. Crane vs. James
Donohue, president of the People's Building
and Loan Association of Qirardville. the
following order has been made by the conrt
t Pottsville: "And now, to-wit, Dec. 27.
1800, upon the presentation of the bill in
equity in tho abovo stated case, tho court at
chambars direct tbo same to be filed aud the
court grant an injunction to restrain the said
persons named as directors, and the said
Frank Iicntz as assignee, as prayed for in
said bill of complaint, and the court fix tbo
first day of January, 1000, at 10 a. m., for a
hearing to dissolve this Injunction."
I ho order is based on a bill in equity in
which it was stated that on Saturday, 10th
inst., James Donahue, president ; and P. J.
Birmingham, secretary aud James Donahoo,
Mw. Kenny, Mw. O'Donuoll, Patrick
Curley, Thomas Lafferty. Peter Collins.
Thomas Nolau and Peter Orifliths, directors
of said association, met at the public house
of Jolin urady, In UlrardTille, and under
took to declare the said association insolvent
and to make a deed of assignment of the
property of tho association for the benefit of
creditors to Irank Bentz, of Ashland, and
that the deed of assignment was signed by
mo president ana secretary, it is alleged
that the moeting held was illegal, that It was
not a regular meetirg or held in accordance
with the rules of tho association; that the
I ecu ot assignment is Illegal and void be
cause made in an illegal manner: that the
assignment could not bo legally made with'
out the assent of the shareholders or a ma
jority of them duly obtained; that If said
Houtz proceeds under the assignment the
shareholders will be inexpiably damaged
and their rights seriously encroached upon
Bass or contralto solo, a new song entitled.
Davy Jones," and other new music at
Brumm's. 13-26-tf
Class Kutertalned:
A large class of singers under the leader
ship of Prof. Bishop, of Mabanoy City, were
entertained last evoning at the home of Mr.
aud Mrs. Joseph Scheider, on East Centre
street. The evening was very pleasantly
spent. Thero was singing by the class and
solos by Miss Ilensyl. Among those
who had the pleasure of partaking
in tbo' events of tho evening were
Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop, Mr. and Mrs
Gus. E Blew, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Blew, Mr.
aud Mrs. William Evans, Mrs. George Becker.
Misses Agnes bicger, Laura and Lizzie De
Lung, Jennie Bishop, Hattie Klingeman and
Messrs. M. A. Sieger, II. C. Kllngemau.
Charles Oldt. Erwiu Klingeman, Earnest De
Loug, Mr. aud Mrs. Edward Ilensyl, Misses
Katie and Carrie Ilensyl, Hattie Nicholas,
Laura ana imma liollcn.
Attended the Funeral, 1
Tho funeral of Manus Burns, a prominent
resident of Tamaqua, took place this morn
lug Irom uls late residence in that town.
Among those in attendance at the funeral
from this town were Mrs. John F. Higgins.
Senator John Higgius, James Higgins, Misses
M'Lyss, Nellie aud Katie Higgins, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Bradigan, Misses Julia and May
Bradlgan.
Slope Cars Wrenked.
When two loaded cars were being hoisted
up the slope of tho Ellangowan colliery yes
terday afternoon a side chain parted and the
cars rau hack with great velocity. They
Jumped the track near the bottom of the
slope aud tore out several sets of timber,
bringing down soveral tons of rock aud coal.
The cars were demolished. No one sustained
bodily Injury,
VA
Absolutely
Makes the food more
HOlll KXKmO
I TERRIBLE MENTAL STRAIN
I llrennnn, th Condemned Murderer, !
freaking Dewn.
Thomas llrennan, who (sunder sentence of
death at the Schuylkill county prison, is
breaking down. Throughout his imprison
ment, his subsequent trial and conviction
and the period that has elapsed since then,
Brennan has exhibited more nerve than any
prisoner over confined In tho local Jail.
But tho horror with which others reward
bis terrible position, his brought the con
demned man to a realising sen of the aw
ful doon he is about to meet, and he now
frequently cries and moans over his late. To
one of tho jail officials lie expresaed a wish to
have the execution performed speedily. " Die
sooner It Is over now, the better," ho said.
Brennan alio does not sleep nearso soundly
ss he did when he was first admitted to the
jail. Ho tosses about considerably in his
slumber and seems to be very uneasy, aud
welcomes the dawn of morning with apparent
pleasure.
MYSTERIOUSDEATH.
Vnillig Puttsvllle .Man Thought to Have
lleen Cllven "Knockout Drops."
John H. Wolfinger died under suspicious
circumstances at Pottsville. He left the resi
dence of his sister, Mrs. I. Severn, on Christ
mas Day, and was brought home that night
In an unconscious state, and died without be
ing restored to his senses. The Coroner will
investigate to learu whether or not tho de
ceased met with foul play.
Wolfinger was found upon the floor of the
toilet room of the Pennsylvania Railroad
station on Christmas night by Yardtnasler
Harry Dyslnger. He appeared in an in
toxicated condition, but he was not known
to take Intoxicants. While Mr. Dysingor
was engaged In his efibrU to restore him a
young man, a stranger, pushed open the door
and, after peering into the toilet room, ran
away. The suspicious actions of a stranger
who prowled about the place have led to tbo
belief that Wolfinger had been given "knock
out" drops.
ANOTHER WAR IMPENDING.
Itpllrf Tluit ItiiNaln mill .Inpim Will
l-'lirlit In I Ik- Sprint;.
Victoria, H. C. Dec. 28. The City of
London arrived hero yesterday from
the Orient with news of a prospective
war between Russia and Jnpan. Her
officers say that all Japan is now o tho
opinion that hostilities will break out
between these two nations In the
spring. Ilefore the steamer left Japan
the Insular kingdom was buying up
great quantities of rice and even going
so far as to make arrangements for
transports to make a demonstration In
Korea. (Ireat activity prevails on all
sides In Japanese naval circles. A
Shanghai report says that Russia has
dispatched a tleet of three warships to
Musampo, the bone of contention
which is now causing strained relu
tlons between tho ivio nions.
STIIAWIIEKIIV AND VANILLA
ici:
OllcAM, OltAN.TK WAT Kit ICU
Made daily at Scheidcr's bakery, 27 East
Centre street. Puro and delicious. 12-1-tf
Court Commences January 1st.
Criminal court commences next Monday,
January 1st. Some of the Justices have keen
laboring under the impression that court will
uot commence until January 8th, and have
been slow iu making their returns. From
present Indications there will not be more
than 150 cases returned for the January
term, or about 50 less tbau the number re
turned far the same time during the past
several years.
To Care a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money if It fails to cure,
E- W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c.
Young People's Alliance,
Tho twelfth annual convention of the
Schuylkill County Union Young People's
Alliance of the Evangelical Association con
vened in Salem Evangelical church, Ashland,
yesterday afternoon with a largo number of
Christian workers in attendance. Four more
sessions were held to-day, when the conveu
tion adjourned.
It's the little colds that grow into big colds
tho big colds that end In consumption and
death. Watch the little colds. Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup.
Mine Accidents.
John Witkoski, aged 10 years and residing
at Wu, Penn, sustained a compound fracture
at the base of the skull and bad bis right ear
almost torn off yesterday, by a fall of coal at
the Wm. Penn collieiy.
James McLaughlin, a miner il years old
residing at Baveu Bun, suffered lacerated
wounds of the head by a fall of coal at the
Hira,rd Mammoth colliery yesterday.
Marriage Licenses.
L. W. Maurer, of Tremont, and Elinira
Christeson, of Suedberg.
W. A. Maurey, of Park Place, and Kerno
Deer, of Delano.
A. A, Ferrey, of McAdoo, and Nellie Mc
Donald, of Palo Alto.
I. C. Yost and Gertrude Honsberger, both
of New Blnggold.
Store Iloom fur Rent.
April 1st, 1000, now occupied by Frank
Schmidt, 116 North Main street Apply at
storo. 12-a-tf
Mr. Opla Qualifies,
Commissioner-elect Qeorge Opie qualified
yesterday by subscribing to the required oath
of office before Deputy Becorder Herb. His
bond, in the sum of 110,000, with Percival
Wead, of Donaldson, and B S. Bashore,
Tremont, as surety, was approved by th
Court.
Muslo and Song at Pooler's.
All who wish to spend a pleasant evening
should not fall to visit Pooler's concert
saloon, where you can hear Y. Thomas
Evaus, the silver tonsd tenor vocalist and
Prof. John A. Hoite, pianist and vocalist
Also John A. Newton, violinist. Mr. Job
Pooler will sing some of his old comic Bongs,
which never fall to please. There will be an
entire chango of program each night. Every
body welcome. tf
Baking
Powder
'Pure
delicious and wholesome
PQWMII CO., UK YCHK.
TjHE BOERS'
POSITION !
(Vinston Churchill Tells of Thoir
Strongly Fortified Position.
GONFinr.NOE IN GENERAL DULLER
lie Aitiitiitiirrtiif-ttf of (tie Clmnujr- nf
till- riiiiiiiMiiilrlii('liler Chiivi1 m
I'lllllflll lltlrrliH, nni! Hie Kill-illirH.ri-
llewul-il to Vlmllrntr llllu
IxhuIoii, Dec. 2S. Winston Church-
Ill's new arrival at Clileveley camp Is
IierliHim reaponilble for some over
coloring of the gravity of the situation.
but all today news rpnveyg the im
pression that Iluller may be Intending
another attack upon the Boer position.
Certainly the Hoers are not Inactive.
At both Modder River and Tupelo they
are said to be strengthening their
forces and extending defense works,
which. In both cases, are seemingly
almost Impregnable.
In a dispatch describing hid escape,
Mr. Churchill cables as follows:
'In the evening I concealed myself
n a railway truck under a great pile of
sacks. I had a small store of good
water. I remained hidden so, chancing
discovery. The Boers searched the
train at Konmtlpoort. but did not
search deep enough. After some 60
hours of mlBery 1 came safely here. I
nm very weak, but am free. I have
lost mnny pounds In weight, but am
light In heart."
The Morning Post hns received the
following from Mr. Churchill, under
date of Dec. 20, telegraphed from
Chlovoley camp:
"All ranks have complete confidence
n Sir Redvera Iluller, and there Is a
stern determination to succeed next
time at all costs. A painful Impression
was caused by the announcement of
the change of commander-in-chief,
and the soldiers hero are resolved to
vlndlrate their trusted leader.
"Tho situation, nevertheless, Is dif
ficult, the Boer position being one of
extraordinary strength, with high hills
lined tier on tier with trenches and
galleries, rising from an unfordablo
rlver. and with a smooth plain in front.
"The enemy have all the ranges
marked, and many powerful guns dom
inate the various polnta of the river.
while the drlftfl are commanded by
converging musketry fire from prob
ably 12.000 Uoers. There are 18 miles
of wild, brokeu country before reach
ing I.adysmlth, which demands early
relief."
The naval guns at Chleveley began
shelling the Uoer position at 5 o'clock
Tuesday morning, using lyddite. The
shelling continued about two hours.
Ever since the engagement at Colenso
the enemy havo been energetically Im
proving their entrenchments. They
can be seen galloping freely from hill
to hill.
Although the two armies were In
sight of each other all of Christmas
day, with the temperature 102 degrees
In the shade, the British enjoyed char
acteristic Christmas cheer.
Captains Gleenfell and Klrkwood, of
tho South African Light Horse, left
Chleveley camp Sunday to Inspect tho
patrols along the eastern hills. Their
horses' returned at night alone.
. special correspondent of The Dally
Chronicle, telegraphing from Sterk
Btroom. Cape Colony, says: "Strong
measures are necessary to check the
hostile feeling among tho Dutch col
onists. whoso sedition Is shown In the
removal of railway bolts, the obstruc
tion of bridges and culverts and at
tncks upon solitary horsemen. Dis
affection Ik bound to Increase, unless
Immediate reinforcements are forth
coming. The loyal Dutch and British
Bottlers are iiecnniing alarmingly Im
patient.
Dispatches from Modder River rep
resent uutcn disaffection In Grlqua
land west ns growing very serious.
In some towns the entire Dutch norni
latlon has joined the Boors. Even In
districts that have not been visited by
the Boers the Dutch farmers are rid
ing about armed. This Is the case also
In districts only B0 miles from Cant
Town, where a seditious movement Is
busily propogated. The British forces
are Inadequate to guard 1,000 miles
of communications.
A dispatch from Mafeklng says that
Uidy Sarah Wilson, aunt of the Duke
of Marlborough, who was captured by
tne uoers wnne acting as correspond
ent for a London paper, has arrived
there, having been exchanged for Vll-
joen, a notorious horse thief and con
vlct.
"I had a ruunlug, itchlne sore on my lee.
Suffered tortures. Doan's Ointment took
away the burning and itchlne instantly, and
quickly effected permanent cure." C. W
Lenliart, Howling Green, O.
IViiim'l'iiiilii ('mil l.r I'lirtiiRitl.
Philnrielithin TW "8 Tho Tl-uiol,
Bteamship Benedict, Captain Cox, now
en route to Philadelphia from Porman,
has been chartered to load coal hero
for l.lithnn Pnrtiio.nl Tim nno.nl ,.m
carry j.ovu tons ol Pennsylvania mln
wi aim 11 win ue tne nrst snip
ment Of the kind ver mnrln tn a Pnrtn
Tllnse linrr ITorolnfrtra ni.flloVi ml,.rwl
coal has had undisputed claim to the
trade of Portugal. American coal is
now oeing used in nearly all parts o
tho world.
For Morbid conditions take Hkeciiam's
Pills.
Will Make on ChangM,
At a meeting of the Poor Directors, held at
ttiealmaliou-se yesterday mornliu-, they de
cided to reappoint the present force of em
plov(8, aud tne statement was made that no
now appointments would be made not at
tlila time. The new board consists of three
Democratic Directors.
viuta LUNOiir.s to-niqiit,
BICKIRT'fl.
Special lunch to-night. Fish cakes to
morrow morning,
HBNTZ'S.
Special lunch to-night. Potato soup to
morrow morning.
CB.AS, BADZIEWICZ'B.
Bean soup will be served, free, to all pa
irons lU-uiKUl.
WSIKS.'
Hot tainal.s, free, to-night.
MAX LEVIT'S
SPECIAL
HAT
BARGAINS!
$1.00
$1.75.
Will purchase a
fashionable hat,
black or brown
Special alt thu
week. Well worth
52.50 and ry
best in appearance.
$2
You buy one ol
OUs these hats and you
wont regret the
purchase. They give double wear
The Genuine Stetson Hat
We carry in stock in the
"real" thing-. We sell
them at factory prices
only.
MAXLEVIT
UP-TO-DATE HATTER.
CORNER MAIN AND CENTRE STREETS.
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THE HUB
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DON'T
MISS
THE
Coat
and
Fur
Sale
THIS WEEK.
FOUND.
A sum of money during- the
rush on Saturday night.
Owner can have same by
proving property.
HflLIDAY Carpet Sweeper
IIULIUHI aU pnceg Ru,
PRESENTS 1 Stools, all prices.
New goods just
received at
FRICKE'S CARPET STORE,
i0 South Jardin Street.
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I IN cherries and apples.
CALIFORNIA
Peaches, Esrcrs Plums.
Green Gajres,
"ThcHub."
Apricots, Pears. tGANS. .
LemonPeel and Citron.
Flavoring: Extracts, Spices.
TRY flAQARQLE'S OWN BRAND
BAKINQ POWDER.
Magarglc's,
26 EAST CENTRE STREET

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