OCR Interpretation


The evening herald. [volume] (Shenandoah, Pa.) 1891-1966, December 29, 1899, Image 1

Image and text provided by Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87078000/1899-12-29/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

VOL. XV.-N0 811
SHENANDOAH. PA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1899.
ONE CENT
FOR HOLIDAY
'GIFTS!
Pianos, Organs,.
Sewing machines,
Music cabinets, Ladies' desks,
Morris chairs, China closets,
Pictures, easels, Picture Irames,
Office chairs, Fancy mirrors,
TOO NUMEROUS TO HENTION.
COME AND SEE.
J. P. Williams & Son,
13 S. (Viol n St., SHonandoaH, Pa.
2 0'HARA'S
F"OR L il til J
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
TELEPHONE
Cor. Lloyd and White Sts.,
SHENANDOAH
and
rewell 1899 !
Welcome 19oo !
You wil),'ijvant to make a noise
and din in Ushering out the
NINETEENTH CENTURY I
We have anticipated your wants
and now show an immense stock
Blank Cartridge
Pistols,
OF Blank Cartridges,
Tin Horns,
rannons,
Dynamite Crackers, &c.
Morgan's Fancy Bazar, - 23 N. Main St
WALM'S HARDWARE STORE!
KATES,
LEDS,
TOVES.
IXXXXXXXXXXXXfXXXXXXXXXXXX
O E. MANNING, :-:
Cor.
kfXXXXXXXXXXXX
SPECIALTIES !
o CANNED 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.
QORN. 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.
L IMA BEANS Extra quality, 3 cans for 25 cents.
Fancy quality Maine, 2 cans for 25 cts.
STRING BEANS Good q"ai 4 cans for 25 cents.
Choice white wax, 3 for 25 cents.
Fancy stringless, 2 cans for 25 ctb.
PLUM PUDDING. Two cans for 25 cents.
SOUPS. Concentrated six kinds good, cheap con
venient 10 cents a can.
FLOOR OIL. CLOTH.
The largest stock and
OH Cloth wo have ever onerou,
At
Book cases, Rocking horses,
Doll carriages, Black boards,
Children's chairs, Chiffoniers,
Ladies' toilet tables,
Fancy rockers, Piano stools,
Foot rests, Children's couches.
FURNITURE AND
MUSIC STORE.
AIM D
CONNECTIONS.
flnln Street,
MAHANOY CITY.
"Merry Christmas"
and
"A Happy New Year."
Change With p
the Year.
Iu nIiocn on tho feet which are
toittfnrtdhle, stylish, and durable.
OurHHrt.' the kind to buy. Good,
clear tlirongn. No defects or
port material hidden by a pleas
ing eiterior Everything Is n It
should be except priced, which
are a little too low.
We are showing a very pleasing line
of
Alen's, Women's and
Children's Slippers
At very mod eat prices.
Main and Oak Streets.
8000000000000!
boat assortment of Floor
KBITER'S.
LADYSMITH CASUALTIES.
V lteport ltecetred of the Killed and
Wounded Among the llesleced.
Ppcclnl to Evening IIkbald.
London, Dec. 29. Tho casualties wblch
havo occurred among the llrltish forces nt
Ladysmith by tho bombardment of the Doers
since the siego began arc 70 killed and 2:13
wounded.
A Cape Town dispatch from Cradock, Cape
Colony, to-day report heavy firing in the
direction of Stnrniberg.
Kimborloy signals to-day "All well."
FIGHTING FRANCE.
She Will Spend Mighty Million Hollars on
Her Navy.
.Special to Kvenino IIrralii,
Paris. Dee. 20. The plans to increase the
navy at a coat of 180.000.000. Including the
building of twelve battleships, was to-day
approved.
THE APPOINTMENTS.
.Messrs. Kantiier and Keber Wilt Announce
Them To-morrow.
Pottsvllle, Dec. 29. Tho court bouse and
prison appointments, to be made by the
County Commissioners on the first of the
year, have not been announced yet, but
Commissioners-elect Kantuer and Reber have
practically agreed between them for an equal
division of the appointments. They would
have met to-day for a final decision, but Mr.
Kantner was detained at home because of
sicknoss In his family. The matter was
therefore deferred until to morrow, when the
appointments will bo announced.
Tho bono of contention has been the
wardenship, this appointmentbeing conceded
to Air. Keber. The latter has experienced
some difficulty Id deciding which of the sev
eral caudldates to select. It can be stated,
on authority of one who is close to both of
tbo Commissioners, that John L. Hassler, of
Shenandoah, will be named as the warden,
The latter is a relative of Commissioner-elect
Beber, and for that reason there has beeu,
and still exists grave doubt about the court
confirming his appointment. The Comihis
(doners, however, will, it is stated, make the
appointment and let the court decide the
question of confirmation.
Mr. Hassler was iu town yesterday, and in
company witli Commissioner-elect Keber,
called on Jrdge Heclitel. Tho latter in
formed them ho could not say what a
majority of the court would do, bnt reminded
them that C. D. Artcrs was withdrawn as a
candidato for warden because bis son-lu-Iaw
was County Solicitor at tho time lirower was
locked out, and bo would advise tho with
drawal of Hassler.
Should Uasslcr be withdrawn or fail tf
confirmation, it is safe to say that Samuel
Cummlngs, of Schuylkill Haven, who is at
present warrant clerk, will be named as Mr.
Rebel's favorite for the wardenship.
New Year gifts are almost as popular as
Christmas gifts. It's tbo proper time to re
turn the unexpected Christmas token, or
remember those you unintentionally over
looked. If you want the right article at the
right pflces you can get it at Brumms. tf
A Sad Honeymoon.
Albert G. Troutman, a young man residing
at No. 228 South Jardin street, was sciiously
injured at the Cambridge colliery this morn
ing. The victim and bis brother, George,
worked together. Tbey had just fired a shot
in a breast and it was followed by a sudden
fall and rush of coal and rock that knocked
a prop out of position and it struck Grant on
the left shoulder and left side of the neck
and head. The victim was rendered uncon
scious for about twenty miuutes and was de
lirious for some time after removal to his
homo. Drs W. K Stein and D. J. Langton
were called iu attendance and found it nec
essary to put the victim under the influence
of opiates. They found Troutman's left arm
paralyzed. No fracture of the outer table of
the skull could be found, but there is a pos
sibility that the inner table is fractured
Troutman was married last Wednesday even
tog to Miss Ada Mervine, of Gordon.
Iteceptlon to School Mates.
A delightful "at home" party was held at
the residence of Miss Eva Brewer, on South
Jardin street, last evening. Miss Brewer en
tertained Misses Alice and Mary Fritieh atul
Miss Lillian Magdeburg, of Ashland, whoaro
her school mates at the Irwin college, llechau
icaburg Ice cream, hot chocolate and other
delicacies were served, Among the guests
were Misses Carrie Onena, Nellie Malone,
Mattie and Ella Frauey, Ida Williams and
Messrs. Hyde Glover, John Hunter, Bay
Dengler, Martin Franey, Arthur O'Uara, I).
J. Ferguson, Martiu and Daniel Malone.
Big Vaudeville Attraction.
Beginning Saturday ulght the following
vaudeville attractions will be offered at
Schoeuer & Stet tier's cafe : Hayes and Con
nelly, champion singers, buck and wing
dancers. Lately at Keith's theatre, Phila
delphia. John Collins, baritone vocalist, of
Tony Pastor a theatre, rew York. These
are tbo best attractions yet offered in
town. j 12-29-2t
The ltescue Hall.
The twenty-sixth annual ball of the Bescue
Hook & Ladder Company of town, to be
held at Bobbins' opera house on New Year's
night, January 1st, 1900, Is awaited with
great interest by pleasure seekers. A first
class orchestra has been engaged for the oc
casion and delegations from the fire com
panies of several towns of the county will be
present. Tbe committee is sparing no pains
in arranging to give the patrons a royal time.
l'rayed For Ilrillsh Success.
Special to EVENING) Hebald.
London, Dec. 20. A "solemn tervlce of
bumble supplication to Almighty God for His
blessing on our arms in South Africa" was
held to-day at St. Paul's Cathedral. The
Bishop of London preached.
This Is Overcoat Weather,
Keep warm at a big reduction. You can't
do better anywhere than at Harry Levit's,
38 North Main street. 12-29-tf
Serving Quit Notices.
The numerous landlords are now busily en
gaged having quit notices served. This Is
done so that by April 1st tbe teuants will
havo to leave or else re-rent the dwellings for
another ear.
Madame II. May,
Tbe greatest life reader who lias ever visited
Shenandoah. Crowds cousull herou business,
love aud marriage. To oblige tbe people will
remain a little longer. Call early, 23 aud SO
cents, Hotel IVauoy. It
Sunday School Entertainment.
Tbe Yatesville Methodist Episcopal Sun.
Aav ..linnl will hold their annual Christmas
entertainment on Saturday evening, at 7
o'clock. Friends are cordially invited. Ad
mission Is free.
AaVvnn irmrar lor the 'Boval Patent''
Hoar, and tko no other brand. It la tbe best
BOROUGH'S
FINANCES I
Council Meets to Hear a Report on
Their Condition.
A DETAILED STATEMENT GIYEN I
The Commlttae on Finance Shows Thit the
Impending Liabilities Are Heavy,
But That Resources Will Soon
be at Hand to Meet
Them.
There was a special meeting of the Boruusb
Council last night to consider tbe financial
a H'n Irs of tho Borough Council. A bare
quorum of members were In attendance aud
the business transacted was kept within the
bounds of tho call. The session was a brief
one. The members present were Messrs.
McGuiic, Hand, Tracey, Brennin, Murphy,
Harkius. Niswenteratid Bell
Councilman Haud, chairman of tho finance
committee, presented a lengthy report show
ing that the financial condition of the bor
ough had beeu investigated, and setting
lortli the provable amount required to meet
obligations on January 1st, 1900.
I be report sot lortb : "On the first of
January we will require (3,000 for the re
demption of water bunds and on tho same
date we will require for Interest on $2.000
worth of borough bonds $500. On the same
date, for interest on water'bonds, $3,377.50,
making a total against January 1st, 1900.
$9,877.50. As an offset to the above amount
we expect to get from Mr. Bell, water sunar-
Inteiident. $1,000 aud from Tax Becelver
liurke f20.000. Mr. Burke has paid on his
1899 duplicate, $9,500, and th s would leave a
balance on his 60 day settlement of $10,500
'Besides meeting the intorest and redeuiD-
tlon of bonds there are due temporary loans
to tho amount of $12,000 that will como due
during tho month of Januarv. as follow. ;
Jauuary 3rd, 1900, $4,000 January 11th,
5-' oou ; January stb. 13.000,: January 8th.
$3 000, making a total of temporary loans
$12,000.
rhcro is due for redemption of bonds and
interest on water and borough bonds. $9,877.-
50 We expect Mr. Burke to pay $10,500 on
nis tu day settlement and from Mr. Bell, by
tho'flrst meeting in January, $1,000, which
would make $11,500. Deducting from this
$3,877.50 for interest and redemption leaves
$2,022 50 for current expenses. The com
mittee recommends tbe renewal of the four
temporary loans coining due in the month of
January, 1900.
Somo few months ago there was a com.
munlcation read here from tbe Taxpayers'
Association, warnlug us that we should not
borrow any monoy, only what we would be
able to pay within the year! That isall very
well if the money owed to this borough was
collected within tbe year. The finance com
mittee, when making their appropriations.
ngure me resources on all balances and. ac
cording as the money come In, pay
mo inueDieaness. There is due on
Mr Burke's 1S97 duplicate. H.851.03:
aud on bis 1893 duplicate, $7 971 01 ;
and, If Mr. Burke psys, according to
promiso, fzu.uuo on his 1890 duplicate, there
will be a balance on his 1899 diDlicatn nfi
? iu.uui oo, ana uis inree implicates, $22,910.
02. So, by this statoment, you can see that
tbe borougb could be in pretty good circum
stances if this money wa3 all paid within tho
year lnc borough would have no need to
borrow the outstanding temporary loans duo
$12,000. Of Mr. Burke's three duplicates
two of tbem at least ought to be paid within
the year. Deduct $12,000 from $22,016.22 and
it will leave a balance in favor of tbe bor
ough of $10,910 62. Besides the above Mr.
Burke collected at the collieries $5,669.81
Tbe borough's share, we think, will be at
least $1,500. Besides the above there is due
on Mr Scanlan's 1893 and 1896 duplicates
$28,000 which, we think, will bo collected in
1000. Adding this to the total resources lu
sight which the borougb ought to have it
would leave the borough in pretty good
financial condition
After the reading of the report it was de
cided by Council tbat the $4,000 note due on
January 3rd, 1900, and one of the $3,000
notes drawn on October 8th, 1899, be re
nowed for 30 days. Mr. Bell would uot in
clude tho second note for $3,000 drawn on
October 8th, 1899, because be objected to it at
tbe time it was drawn, on the ground tbat it
was for permanent improvements, street
paving. Mr. Neiswenter then moved that
this note be renewed for 30 days, and It was
so decided.
MuIo and Song at Tooler'a.
All who wish to spend a pleasant oveulng
should not fail to visit Pooler's coucert
saloon, where you can bear Y. Thomas
Evans, tbo Biker toned tenor vocalist aud
Prof. John A, Hoit, pianist and vocalist.
Also John A. Newtou, violinist, Mr. John
Pooler will sing some of his old comic songs,
which never fai. to please. There will be an
entire change of program each night. Every
body welcome. tf
Detectives Here T.voklng Up Clues.
Detectives Geyer and Ham, of Philadel
phia, spent yesterday in Sheuandoah
und vicinity, Tbey stopped In Potts
vilie on their way back to Philadelphia.
Tbe object of their visit to this region
was to look up several clues relative to
"crooks," supposed to havo fled tothiscouuty
rfter participating In the recent $30,000 Fair
mount park robbery iu the Quakei City.
A Good Dining Itoom Girl
Wanted. Call at Bickert'a cafe. 12-29 2t
llrnmm Looking lor a Job,
From Pottsvllle Chronicle.
Ex-Congressman Brumm is taking no band
in tbe local scrap for places on the bill. He
stated to-day tbat tho scrap could be settled
without him, but tbat bo expected something
to drop very shortly which would prove tbat
ho is uot yet a political back number. This
statement is supposed to rueau that Brumm
oxpeets to be appointed U. S. Marshal, now
filled by ex-Uongressman Itelliy. Or Brumm
may expect something better, as his friends
claim he will be given something worth
having.
IfAVA
ABSOLUTELY
Makes tlte food more delicious and wholesome
LESS SPOILS FOR PENNA.
Congressman Who Could Command Pa
tronage Failed or Ke-elecllon.
Washington, 1). C, Dee. 20. One of the
most remunerative minor oQlresof tbe Houo
of Itepresentatlvcaistbatof Uouseonrpenter,
held for four years by a sou of former Con
gressman Brumm, of Miuersvllle. Now that
Hrumni is out of Congress, Republicans from
other states demand that his son be removed.
Tbe carpenter is paid by the job, and It is
said Incumbents hare drawn as much as
$7000 in a year from the contingent fund.
Mr, Ilruinni was here for several days air the
beginning of the present session seeking to
have his son retained In tbe positiou.
Other Pennsylvania House employes will
probably lose their places because the mem
bers who constituted thoir "influence"
failed of re-election. At tbe beilnniug of
the Fifty-fourth Cougress there was much
complaint from other states at the large
amount of spoils givcu to Pennsylvania, and
as that state has seven fewer Republicans in
this House than in the last she will lose
some of her patronage.
THE C0YLE TRIAL.
Detective Walters Summons Schuylkill
Countlans to Attend the Trial.
Detective Walters, of Dauphlu county, ar
rived in Pottsvllle yesterday and subpoenaed
a number of prominent citizens to attend as
witnesses the trial of John J. Coylo for al
leged bribery. The trial will take place at
Harrisburg, January 11th.
After he has subpoenaed all the witnesses
In tbe Coylo case rosidiog in Schuylkill
county, Mr. Walters will visit Noithumber
land, Lycoming, Chester and other counties,
on a similar mission. It will probably be teu
days before be is through with his present
errand.
The ease against Coylo is being pushed hy
the legislative investigating committee, ap
pointed by the House of Representatives.
Coyle is charged with using bribery in order
to get tbe McCarrell bill passed through tbe
legislature.
Store Koom for Kent.
April 1st, 1900, now occupied by Frank
Schmidt, 110 North Main street. Apply at
store. 12-0-tf
TIIK.VTIEICAI..
"THE BUBOLAB" TO-NIOHT.
The Little Irene Myers Company is crowd
ing Ferguson's theatre nightly and the week
promises to be the most successful the com
pany has ever played here. Last night tbe
bill was "Two Orphans" and the company
gave an excellent production of the old but
ever interesting play. Little Irene played
the role of Louise, the bllud girl, and did it
remarkably well. Tbe support was also very
good and studied attention was given to all
details. "Tho Burglar" will be produced to
night and "Tbe Shadow Detective" will be
on the program for to-morrow night. To
morrow afternoon there will be a matinee
with a program arranged for the special en
tertainment of the ladles and children.
"THE UlUHWAYJJASt."
"The Highwayman," De Koveu and
Smith's romantic comic opera, is expectod to
meet with a rousing reception when it is pre
sented In this city. The entertainment is
well adapted to draw a large house, with its
effervescent music, groups of pretty girls and
the humor of Its comedians, of which there
are three, and the fun is consequently fast
and furious. Arthur Deagon will be seen as
Captain Scarlet, a role which has established
him as tbe leading exponent of this kind of
work. Mr. Deagon, has in addition to bis
marvelous voice, histrionic ability and a very
captivating stage presence and is especially
fitted to the character he assumes. At Fer
guson's theatre on Wednesday evening, Jau
uary 3rd, 1900.
Bass or contralto solo, a new song entitled,
"Davy Jones," aud other new music at
Brumm'8. 12-26-tf
Orders for Junior Mechanics.
The hearing iu tho preliminary injunction
proceedings brought in tbe Dauphin county
court by Derry Council, of Uummelstown, to
restrain tbe state and national officials of tho
Junior Order United American Mechanics
from collecting the national per capita tax
has been postpoued until January 4. Tbe at
torneys for the respondents have agreed tbat
nothing in tbo matter of collecting tbe tax
shalllbe done by either the State or National
Council In tbe interim. Local councils aro
advised by the committee in charge of tbe
proceedings against the Natioual Council to
pay the 5 cents due the State Council and tbe
5 cents due the Orphans' Homo and to in
stall their officers, but not to pay the "J cents
due the National Council.
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.
The 1'oiileokl Death,
Deputy Coroner Bissoll and a Jury hold an
Inquest last night at Mahanoy City on tbo
death of Thomas Popleski, whose dead body
was found on the Lehigh Valley Railroad
track near Park Place last Tuesday morning.
Tbe following verdict was rendered : "We
find that death was due to a fracture of the
skull received in some manner unknown to
the jury."
HTHAWllKKKtf AND VAMIXA. ICK
GllbAM, OHANai: WATER ICK.
Made dally at Schelder's bakery, 27 East
Centre street. Puro aud delicious. 12-1-tf
Dlscrepeucy In Ills Accounts,
For tbe past two or three days representa
tives of the Prudential Insurance Company
bare been in Tamaqua Inspecting tbe books
of their agent in tbat town, Superintendent
Jarvis, and have found a dlscrepeucy in bis
accounts, the exact amount of defalcation not
being known, Jarvis disappeared suddenly
on i uesday.
Red flannel, natural wool, camel's hair,
fleece lined underwear, men's and children's,
at your own price, Harry Levit's, next door
to M. C. Watson's. 12-29-tf
Doner to Meet 1'epper.
To-morrow evening Jack Boner will meet
Harry Pepper, the California middleweight,
before the Nonpareil Club, Philadelphia
Boner has been spending the past three
months at his home In Summit Hill taking
things easy.
Baking
Powder
tolJRE
THE BOERS'
DEFENSES.
Hills Near Colenso Now Fortresses
of Qreat Strength.
BOERS' DISOIPLINE IMPROVING.
(rent llrltnlli No I.oiik.t I'nrn n
lllrmiiilriMl l-'or In n Mklriutnlt
.Nrnr ClilM ! I'hiii Xlllr Hurra
Were H llli-ilK rtlucr'e roitflitent.-.
London, l)o 20. A dlmmtch to The
Daily Mall from I'letermBrltzburg.
dated Dec. 23, says:
hvery nay reveals some new fart
regarding the strength of the Hoer
position at Colenso. Thanks to the
services of continental officers, the
character of the campaign has changed.
Wo are no longer fighting a foe who
relics upon guerrilla tactics, but we
have to deal with what Is ranldiv be
coming a disciplined army, enjoying
tne advantages of knowing the country
and of selecting tho scene of contest
without the burdens of a cumbersome
commlBsarlat.
"The Hoers havo converted the hills
near Colenso Into fortresses of Im
mense strength. Everywhere they
have splendid trenches, many of them
bomb- proof. Tramway lines permit
tne sinning or guns with astonishing
rapidity. Tho main positions are con
nected with the outlying positions by
underground passages and the forts
proper bristle with mnrdilue guns that
command the approaches. Probably
mines are laid.
'One hears less nowadays nbout Hoer
shells not bursting. Observers of the
Colenso fight say the Boor shell Are
was very effective. . This Is due large
ly to the fact that tho distances are
marked off with white paint.
me enemy'H discipline Is Imnrov-
ing. The trenches represent great
manual labor, for which the Boers
have a keen dislike, and the wav in
which they restrained their fire when
our troops were advancing is another
proot or improved soldiering."
A Chieveiey Camn dlsnatch savs:
A heavy Boer gun on Bulwhana hill
fired steadily upon Ladysmtth throueh-
out Wednesday morning. Ladysmith
uiu not respond. Tho enemy having
been again detected attempting to Im
prove their trenches facing General
Buller, the British heavy guns opened
upon them nni the Boers scampered
back into the hills. The British pa
trols sighted the enemy In force on the
extreme left. Nine Hoers wore killed
in a skirmish that followed, and six
Boer wagons were captured.
Mr. Winston Churchill on arrlvlnc
at Durban, after his escape from the
Boors, received a tremendous ovation.
He says that from conversations with
members of the Transvaal executive
at Pretoria ho learned that the Boers
began the war with trepidation, but
that President Kruger is now con
fident Oreat Britain will soon sue for
peace. In tho highest Transvaal cir
cles, Mr. Churchill assers. there Is
serious talk of a compromise, by
which Groat Britain would cede the
territory now occupied hy the armies
of the two republics, pay an Indemnity
of $100,000,000 and acknowledge the
complete Independence of the Trans
vaal. The Standard savs: "Lord Salis
bury would be reluctant to bring pres
sure to bear upon Portugal except In
n case of urgent necessity. Great
Brltnln would prefer not to place her
self In the Invidious position of using
force toward another petty country,
and there I? no temptation to raise any
further International questions."
rononl Mni'riini'N Iloux- ('omliiir.
WaBlllnetOIl. Dee !!). TIip push r f
Consul Charles E. Macrum, the Uni
ted States ronrosentntlve nt Pi-oinrin
who Insisted nn lielnr- rnllovo,! nt tl.n
time of the South African crisis he-
came most acute. Is assuming addi
tional importance as Mr. Macrum
nears home. He is expected the lnttoi-
part of next month. In the present
aspect of the case there is little doubt
that unless the consul presents ample
explanation for his course ho win nni
continue In the consular service.
'I lmd a runnlnff. ltchlllf? BnrA nn mv Iac
Suffered tortures. Doan's Ointment took
awav tbe burnhie and Ituhlne InstAiitlv. nnri
quickly effected permanent euro." C. W.
L,enuart, uownng urcen, u.
Muitonlc Uepullen.
Grand Master George E. Wagner on St
John's Day appointed Matthew M. MaaUil
Ian, of Mahanoy City, District Deputy Grand
Master for this county. Christian A. Seidel
has been appointed Deputy Grand High
Priest of the Royal Arch Chapters in Schuyl
kill county.
For Morbid conditions take Beeciiam's
Pills.
Doctors Meet, Talk aud Din.
The Schuylkill Connty Homeopathic Med
ical Society held their regular quarterly
meeting yesterday afternoon in Pottsville.
Some important medical themes were dls
cussed and valuable papers were read by Dr
t. W. Boyer ana Dr. George U. Boone.
Shenandoah was represented by Dr. M. S.
KIstler.
To Ours Ladrlppe In Two Days
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money if H fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c
Admitted to the Hospital,
There was but one patient admitted to the
Miners hospital yesterday. Charles Sbuey,
of town, a laborer employed at tbe Indian
iJiilte colliery, was admitted for treatment
for a severe contusion of tbe thigh.
Buy Koyal Patent Flour. It Is tbe best lu
the market.
FUUB LUNCHES TO-NIGHT,
BXUKEKT'8,
Clam soup to-night, Sour krout to-morrow
morning.
uentz'b.
.Special lunch U-nlght, Noodle soup to
morrow morning.
CIIAB.EADZIEWICZ'S.
Cream of tomato soup will be served, free,
to all patrons to-nlgbt.
WECKS,'
Oyster soup to-night.
MAX LEVIT'S
SPECIAL
HAT
BARGAINS!
$1.
Will purchase a
fashionable hat,
black or brown.
d j Special all this
P 1 J week. Well worth
$1.30 and very
best in appearance.
F-v You buy one ol
sPsOUs these hats and you
wont regret the
purchase. They give double wear.
The Genuine Stetson Hat
Wc carry hr7 stock in the
"real" thing. We sell
them at factory' prices
only.
MAXLEVIT
UP-TO-DATE HATTER.
CORNER MAIN AND CENTRE STREETS.
2qXXXXXXXXXXX
THE HUB
DON'T
Ml
THE
Coat
and
Fur
Sale
1
THIS WEEK.
FOUND.
A sum of money during' the
rush on Saturday night.
Owner can have same by
proving property.
VAWvWWW
99
HOLIDAY
Carpe. Sweepers,
all prices. Rugs,
nnrortiTP i 011 Kinds, fcoot
rnbotil I O I Stools.all prices.
New goods just
received at
FRICKE'S CARPET STORE,
i0 South Jardin Street.
immmmmmmmmmmt
1 N cherries and aDoles.
CALIFORNIA
Peaches, Eggs Plums,
Green Gages,
IN
ICANS.
Apricots, Pears
LemotiPeel and Citron.
Flavoring: Extracts, Spices.
TRY rlAQARQLE'S OWN BRAND
BAK1NQ POWDER.
ThcHub
Magargle's,
26 EAST CBRTRB STREET
flour mad.
WOYM. tkKh& pow&ih CO.. new vornu

xml | txt