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CHRISTMAS SHOPPINQ BY MAIL.
of our two million customers
who lire in every portion
Our 804 pair Catalogue is
full ot suggestions about
everyinlng to Eat, Wear and
Use, and offers particular
bookcases. Bicycles, brass
Goods, Cabinets, Candles;
China Closets, 1'igars, usn
OuarantoH Watchn Couches, Commode, . Desks.
88. to $76.00. Ijraperles, Fancy Chairs,
kerelilffs, Jewelry, Mufflers,
Lamjis, Musical Instruments.
Neckties, Ornaments. Pocket
Knives, Pictures, Mockers',
Shoes, Silverware, Sterling
Silver Novelties, Stools,
Tables, Watches, etc. I
Our Lithographed Catalogue
sham; Cartels. Kirs. Portierer,
Art Souares and Lace Curtains i
When the juice which is pressed from
grapes tor wine-making ferments, the acid
of the fruit is crystallized and precipitated.
This h collected, refined to absolute purity,
and ground to a powder. This is cream of
Fruit acids are among the most whole
some and important constituents of the food
of man. They are absolutely requisite to
maintain health. In grape cream of tartar
there are combined the most useful of leaven
in ; agencies and a most healthful food article.
This highly refined acid of the grape,
or cream of tartar, is the material from
which Royal Baking Powder is made. It
is many times more expensive than ingre
dients used in many baking powders, but
being healthful in itself, it adds healthfulness
to the food instead of degrading it.
In imitation baking powders poisonous alum
is used instead f healthful cream oi tartar.
Alum powders seriously affect th: health.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
Ardell Duebler anil family are! Chas. Hurtman and wile of Sun
guests at the home of hisl parents, liurv were isiting his parent, N. E.
U. J. Du.hler and wife. . . .The hi- llartman ai d wile.Nindav. . . .Utm
Den I of Lt Win. II, Gemberliug Benderand wileof Iowa, in cum pa
was largely attended. He waabur- nv with Mary and Annie Wetzel of
led with the honors of war, the Post MitHinliurg, are visitors it .James
conducting the servioei at the grave. Gilbert's Chaa. Frvmire and
. . . . . K.illin Hover, wlj was a visitor wife of Siinhury paid a visit to his
at Phihide'phia for several weeks, parents, Wesley Frvmire and wife,
returned home on Saturday last. . . . Sunday. . . .The Lutheran Sunday
I Dt. HeisleT spent several days in school will hold their Christum ex
: Washington, 1). C. ;n fhe interest of ereises in their ehureli on Sunday'
Susquehanna Uoivtifftjf He deity- evening, Dee. 24. A good program
ered an address before the Teachers' is expeeted . . . Misses Lillian Wendt
Institute at Middlelmrg Wednesday and Edith Dutry visited at Fred,
afternoon, lt was well received by ; Herrold's nearGhinbury. They also
all who heard it.... The teachers attended the Orphans' Home Sun-,
returned from the institute on Fri- day school in Shamokin Valley,
day afternoon. They speak highly Northumberland county Mrs.
of the exercises and interest inani- Catharine Coryell is very sick at
tested. .. .Dr. Yutzy was away the home of Chaa. Bower. Sbeae
from town preaching on Sunday, but oidentally fell and sprained her limb
I we did not learn where. ... Win. last week. She is some seventy years
Trego and wife of Milton spent sev- old , . , Read the POST and the Farm
.era I days with Major Rollback and Journal. The P08T one year and
family The various Sunday the Farm Journal five years for only
schools are preparing the Christmas One Hollar. Everyfamily InMon
exercises that are to be reuuereo at roe township st-miiii liavc this com-
that time .... Mrs. Kcv. Gensler, bi nation .... F.d war Derr, who had Report of tbe Oontftlon of tne Flmt Nattoaal
ill, . . i c - w L. i i ; i Bunk of bUddlebunrh, si Mtridlebunru, in the
Who bad been visiting her parent in been Working tor m. Snyder thisj Bl ,.,,. Pennsylvania, at the close 5 business
Phi lu. for several weeks, returned summer, left tor Culp's Camp, near Deo. . leae i
home last week .... A regular pro- Lewishurg last week. . .Miss Jennie RESOURCES
gram is arrangea lor tnc exercises to siuiie is on me sick iii ai ner iiome. i.nan unci itiscMuiits
, .I., .i , . it Ti i' l i -1 x . : ovwrdruru. vrunil nml itiiftecnri
be held in the ( Ipeia House 1 liin- . . . . 1' oster, son ol ( lias. , otter, IS u, & Bonds to secure circulation,
day evening nlxl under the auspices is listed among I he sick .... Reviva
of the Post and is eoiiinieniorativc of
the Mint h anniversary of the death ' on S-ilnnlav evening. I hev had a I Biiiir.intr-hDii.si'. riirniiiin-. umi tixoin-s
. . i ' i i Other real estate and morirages owned
of i leo. Washington, Lt pjromises to meeting ol live weeks and with good Due from National Banks (tiot Reserve
be a fine affair. A number ol ex- success . . . . M. 8. Wendl and wife lletrom state Banlrsniid honkers
delivered, are Visitors nt the home of her pa- (Wksawi. r nun itema.
We hare made preparations & TwetltV Special
ir taking care of the want 13 w" $r
f BARGAIN DAYS
their real colors, targets
Oak or Mahoqanu tewed tree. Maw fu.nimea
1.08. tree, ana r reigns rreyata.
Our Maae-to-uraer iwnm
Catalogue with samples of cloth
attached offers Suits ana Over
coats 'om S3 85 to 82U.O0. isr
pi e stage paid on clothing every
where. We alto issue a speaa.
Catalogue of Pianos. Organs
Seming Machines and Bicvcles.
We will make your Christ
mas tuytng more satisfactory
hmi it has aver bei-n before
J. h. A Son Flour. Which Catalogue do you
He Barm, $3.60. wantt Address thle way :
JULIUS HIKES & SON.
" BALTIMOKK, MD. DcpU 800.
. S. It-JiiiN Oh Ii.hhI...
PrainturDi on r. s. Bonds.
meeting closed ill the M. K. chuirh
. I8 000.0J
1 M'KI IB
ward to the holiday vacation .... this week.
Mr, and Mrs. Stewarts ot Shamokin .
are spending a few days with friends
.The students are looking for- rents, Mr. hrouse's near 'infield, i KKSSa;:-
I.AWPI'I. Md.NKV ItKxRKVF IN It AN K
Legal-teiMler notes i lio.Ou
KedempUoD tundwttb V, s. Treasurer
(I ih.t cent r circulation)
i . h:i
in town. w Dec. I, at Selinsgrove, Win. II.
Gemherling, ngetl 03 vears. Inter
WEST BEAVER. ,nent Thursday, Dee. 7th.
mm I '
C. J. Zerbe returned from Gleu
Union where lie spent some time
hu.itlllg. He reports one deer. . . .
Mux Levin shipped a ear load of
Bcrap iron last week. . . .L.E.Wetzel
ol McClure spent Sunday at Beaver
town. ..Ag Hy number of our
people attended institute last week
and "port it better than ever before.
party ol ouryoungboys took
in the meeting at the Blab church
on S'inday evening. They report it
tohnvs been grand . .Miss Beulah
ii.r,,l ofYeagertowti isvisitiag Win.
Kller's family Mrs.F.K.Speeht
h Id a musical entertainment at Mc
Clure Dec. 14. If she keeps on she
will make musicians out of all her
scholars. A tutor as she is we can
not help but recommend . . . . N . i.
Snyder left on Saturday for Philu.
where he expects to spend a few
weeks, accompanied by Dr. E. M.
Miller, who will return in a few
days Miss Delia Hughesof Mc
Clure spent Sunday at P.E.Speeht'8.
. . . .The members of the New Lu
theran church are making some much
needed repairs in and about the
ehureli. . . .C. E. Shirk was to Mid-
dlebtirg Monday The "Post"
never fails to please. Now is the
time to drop a dollar in the slot and
get the "Post" from now to Jan. 1 ,
1901 and the Farm Journal to Jan.
i i r weather prophets claim there
will be twenty seven snow- tin
winter. . . . Win. Bartholomew of
Sunbury had been spending a few
davs at this end last week hunting
. . . .Dr. Bordner's twodaughters o
Amelia Koch, .; Shamokin Dam have been eutertaii
Kcv. Ziromer-led here tor the past week or so li
F. By. WogiK
A (piiet wedding wis solemn
izedat the residence of Mrs
Hetty Smith on VVedneday morning
tin utracting parties being J ami
Dreese and Mr
both of this nldCi
man officiated, immediately after their many friends.
the cere iv they left for Centre and wife held an entertainment In
Count v where they intend to spend a Saturday evening in behalf of tl
week." Mrs." H. I. Romig and young ladies. Quite a big crow
daughter, Miss Kstella, visited in ! was in attendance; everything passi
New Berlin several days la-t week oif to the satisfaction ot all preset!
Mrs. Win. Stall lnecker spent : Apples, cider and cake constitute!
Sunday in Middlcburg Frederic the bill of tare for the evening. .
Romig and daughter, Laura, of Frank Ewing is making a move to
Milroy visited relatives recently wards locating in Spring townshi
Mrs. Sheesney ol Lykens is Bpend- oa his fath.i's farm in the spring,
illg several weeks with her brother, 1. lames l'cier if Lowell made a blisi
Rev. . P. Zimmerman Rev. H. ness trip toLewistownlast Saturdu
H. Spahn went to Spangsville, j .Baunervilie has a new way
Berks Co., on M lay morning to ringing pigs. So it was. "now, ro
preach a funeral sermon for Mrs. pigs or die." So the pig thought i
Norah Suchar. From there he will was the he&l plan to die and die i
go to Lancaster where he will per- did.. L. A. .Jenkins and wife spell
form the marriage ceremony for! last Saturday in Beavertown ol
Chas. Hammond ami Miss Marie special business Parents, tnk
Priest, of Lancaster Kcv. Zim- warning as to what our assessoi
merman made a business trip to Isaac Middleswarth, told you las
Harrisburg on Thursday. .. .Miss week in regard to sending yoin
Nettie Klinejieter accom)anied her J children to school; for the law will
s'oter, Mrs. .las. I lawk to Lewistowu I be put in force... Alexander Treaster
Saturday... A racket store has been and wife ot Mifflin county spent
started ODDOsite the deoot bv Mrs. tew days here last week with his
Capital stock paid in $w inui
Surplus mod 8u.iO0.0ii
Undlrtded proBta, leaa expenses and
taxes paid 8,80581
Natloiiul llmik notes mitstandlnk 13 ':: 10
Due tOOUierSiillipniil liaiiks H'i; y,
Hie to stale Hunks anil Hankers
Hvldendo unpaid 188,00
adlvldual deposits subject
to check 180,895.581
lemand certlflcatea ot de 170 tot its
posit... 80.08S.00 1
oleaand Bull redlaeountad
TOT Al jjjn mis .-,1
'ATK OP PENNSYLVANIA, i
SNYDER COUNTY, ss: (
I, J. N. THOMPSON, Jr.. Caanlerof Hi'' nlmve
imea oanlc do solemnly swear that tbe abova
awmentlstrne to tin. iicst or my knowledge
J. N. THOMPSON, Jr., Cashier.
Snhsorllxvt ami swum to before me this Tib
ii ot Dao. I8N,
J. 0. WKISEK, Notary Public.
ouKKtT Attest :
0. ALFRED BCHOCR.
j VI u J UlUii (j '
From Dec. 11-3199.
Holow nrr few or the uittny
1 cake Caocolale,
l RM Soup Means,
1 in ll.iklnu Rotta,
i in ii iktng Powqer.
:t uks Corn Ntareb.
:i bOOMI Vanilla
o pieces Laundry Smp,
i .ki Horse aini Oattta Powder
:l ploces Toilet Simp.
a ins oyster oraokar
4 lbs cream Mixture,'
4 it AnteUofea Pot
i 0,1 Agate Preserve Kettle
10 qi Ante Palis,
Laige Dual i-.m-,
Buioher Knife, 8 Idcb blade.
Knives and Koiks
I'oltee Mill I,,, , , lb (vfr,,,,
No. 9 WiimIi Holler,
Kelt Winiton UliadeS,
inn Bleached Martin
Good Bleached MasUo,
i yd wide A Musi n,
oort nableacbed canton Flannel,
Turkey Bed Table oiotb
m dloai ted Pianoei,
i ma ana uraj 8tonn Piannel
s lUihern Wool red and .i-a: Blankets. aJfe
DlacwMNi on Oraa6MMCa
M Table oil Cloth,
Men s Underwear (per suit)
I. lilies' Uoderweat (each)
w ',';' 111 Pnderweai (suit)
1 ROWS Pins,
ciaik'so. N, T..
Satisfactory Chrstmas Shopping.
Those wbo have pri Hon iv done tb -lr Cbrtob I
ins shopping In r k ot the lienerli. re. I
uJtlriM Irom this m -ihud n Christmas buying;, !
n i know ot iii,. trouble and innnm t,, hMu.ail i
rboss wbodn nni ivoinii On well fn semi to
lullus Illness sua, I : . !t 1 fi . M1 . Departmenl ! 2
UO, lor Otieof llieil bniliilnotll general cataio- X
cues, wblch lella hi I verythlnar to eaL wear 2
till Use lin t oTl"-, a'l M.l ls i, 'III fstlllas Sllv
estlons. Will II ion have tills book In uair
loaeeaalnn 10 1 iisvetheiienHfli ni looking at one
r tin- greatesi sinekn in the Unlied siates, ami
iiMhlnv iui iiipitre o t h , ist ii, as, Imih tor
our table, articles el wearing apparal, anil ar
Cles suitable tor Lifts, ea.i be bought from thi
ne house. Yin en, have an endless variety
om which on can s..) , i Ul, pr 4r 0WMr
Han you expect to pn. V eir nane-on atiostiil
anl will bring this cabitnvue to yon, Win not
rj It ?
Children's 2 coarse shoes
CnUdreo's U4 coarse shoes,
Ladles' Kelt wjtli overs, f"2
MOOS' Kelt." with Huron overs LtS
Mens Kelt with perfection. u 'o
Obudreo'i Buckle Artie, s-io aS
Boys suits. from SI 16 un
Mens' Duck coars, rubber Inner Una'
Hoys Duck Uoate, - .. c E
Bolra OucrcoalN, on in 81 M
A full line of Menvund Boj's overcoats.
We sun have 75 to 100 Ladles' tttata
and tapes, and Misses and children's
OuMaa i pr ccs to suit all and will make
a redaction of tbe ntlre atook of n per
The above named articles tire only a,
few or the bargain wo have We haea
line stock to select from, but remember
the BARGAIN PRICES are only uoort
from Dm. II to .11 and onlv for' ChsIi
or Coiltlfry I'rnHnee Call mid OX
ami tie our slock twr ire buying elsewhere.
We win gtra every purchaser that coinet
to our atore on the ft I ol December a
present. Yours Truly,
i!l flnmLon 9 Pn
tiiuui. ummiin a uu
N B Htwre will be 4'Iohi-iI on
ilrlsl in is.
Jno. Kearos. . . .Mrs. Estn iounjr-
Dian spent Saturday in Selinsgrove
I TIMELY TIPS ON THE MARKET
NOW ISTHE TIME . . . .
You will lmy when you want to ; but
now is the time to make your selec
tions for Christmas. Our stock ismoTe
complete now than at any other time
tin her, Levi B. Treaster lames
Steely and John Herbster made a
trip to Mi3dleburg lust week on I
their wheels . . .Jacob Erb expects
i to employ a force ot hands this
winter toe tie roakins Every j
man, woman and child in West Bea
ver township should read the "Post"
un! the "Farm Journal. Onedol-
Mine Lendar iiooio Baleaiaea.
Fort Seott, Knn., Dec. 12. John P.
Reese, national executive committee
man of the United Mine Workers, who
has been in Jail here under commit
ment from the federal court for con
tempt, was released yesterday under
the writ of habeas corpus recently is
sued in St. Louis ly Judge Thayer.
The necessary $3,(100 bonds was pro
Tided by Topeka bankers. Mr. Reese
rptnrned at once to the coal fields
Solid Trairii to Northern iv ichigan.
Tbe Chicago Milwaukna k St. Paul Railway
la now running noil'! troltia ol palace sleeping
Dan, dining rr (aervlllg meals n la cartel
and Drst-claM day ishu-Iick, through Irom Chic
ago to Oal et, Houghton, lloncockand other
point In the 'opper Ciniutry w ithout change
of oars, with direct conntofrm for Harquatte,
Nagaunee, lahpemlug eto , and paaeengera f rom
the Kast, South nod Sou hweal w ill II in 1 this ii
llli-st desirable rOOte.
All coupon HelcH i rents aall ticket, via the
Cbloago, Milwaukee tt Mi Haul ita Iway, at.
e o e e e o a 8 e . ei
MARK, I K3 ).
i... ui r
lary pays lor the MPoBF one vi-ar whpre he was arrested, decIarinK that
aii.'l the' "Farm Journal" five vt-ars. ' he would pursue the course which i he
was purauluK wan juurc . iim,uu.
during the year.
Have enabled us to scoop a few choice
bargains winch will mean money sv-
etl to our customers who are quick Xlat Adamsburg, ami W. A. Hum- SlSl
they last. I "'' who is working at Lojran, were having
enongb to et here while they
Ladies 1140, 25 year gold tilled
Watches, with American mounts,
Ladies 14 10 solid, with same
Gents 14k gold filled, 20 year
Watches with Elgin or American
movements at $10, $12, $15 and
Solid 14k gold at $35 to $100.
The Reliable Jeweler, SUNBURY, PA.
WE SELL ROGER BROS. 1844 SILVERWARE.
Tnnki-Ki-i- BaieiraMBl Srovln.
New York. Dee. 12. Good results,
accomplished through the Madison
Square Garden concert hall meeting on
Dec. 4, in the interest of the Tuske
gee Normal and Industrial Institute,
Tuskegee, Ala., are apparent. Yes
i..,tn o v,n,.lr fur tig 0110 tnwnril the
- , wnmj a ' "v 1
anil .Miss Ernia, over Sunday.... endowment fund of Tuskegee came
UeuU'ii Hummel, who is workuiL' I from a woman in Ohio. This Is tne
-? Jin I 8nr Am .... 1 t i , m mut O
Thomas Landisof Lewisburg is
visiting his parents at this place. . .
Lewis Magee and wife of Mawprja
visited their son and daughter, James
ordered his arre.it for contempt.
The line-! !iic of Sterling Silver
Cut glass, Solid (in!. I Jewelry lor
wedding and Christmas gifts at 15.
F. SheibleyV, Jeweler, Engraver
and Optician, Lewistowu, Pa.
NEUItALOIA cured ly Pr. MIIoh- Paw
PiLMi. "Ouurunt ednse. At all drueeM-
1 )cc. (!, at Adamsburg,
I'. Zimmerman, .lames I)
and Amelia Koch, lioth ol lleavcrl
Nov. 28, at the Reformed panofl
aire, AdamsbUrtr. bv Kev. 11. H
Spahn, George A. Klingler of Mc
Veytowii Pa., and Eknma J. Frock ol
M it Id lecreek, Snyder County, Pa.
Deo. 7, in New Berlin, hy lies. S,
Sidney Kohler, Harry S. Smith ol
Vleksburg and .Mary F. (iellinger o
1 )..i- 7 at tln n !i ! i ol' t In!
bride's father at Loobiel, bv Kcv. Jl
Sidnev Kohler. John M. Krdlev of
Lewlsburs anil LucvC. l'rederickj
KPIM Al weak ni-sH easily cured by)
Dr. Miles' Nerra PlaateraJ
conditional $25,000 subscription made
Grover Cleveland, the donor
removed the condition. Other
gifts make the whole amount added
to the endowment fund about $80,000.
home over Sunday. . . .Fisher Wal
tear visited his uncle. Win. (Jember-
ling, at Salem last week. . . .There j Twenty-i Min-r Killed.
was a party held at the hotel on Sat- Coronado, Wash Dec iX-On Hfr
. I . T . .1 unlay there was a terrific explosion in
1 urdav evening, tiute a nunilNtr Ol tne mne 0f the Carbon Hill Coal com-
VOUna irentlemen from other towns ! pany. The explosion occurred Just aa
'DO 1 ... i r , I, thn
tne men weie m cai 1 11 n w ....
shaft at noon. Seventy-six men were in
the mine at the tlma. Several hours
elasped before efforts could be made
to enter the mine. The surviving rela
tives at once flocked around the shaft,
creating a terrible scene with their
loud lamentations. Twenty-six min
ers met death, the remainder being
were present. . . .Quite a number ot
our citi7.cns are attending court this
week. The jurors from this town
ship are A. C. Smith, Emanuel Ben
ler and lleno Sholly . . .Protracted
meeting is in progress in the Evan
gelical church at present. . . .Nearly
every Ixxly is in the butcher business
at present. This is tough weather
on the porkers David Buck and
family moved to Middlcburg last
week A. C. Smith has the hea
viest stock of X mas candies this year
he has ever had. It is of tbe best
quality and cheap, too.
term Germany Snowboaad.
Berlin, Dec. 12. All eastern Ger
many ia snowbound today. The cold la
Intense. Koenigsberg reports five
Inches of Ice. In the province of
Posen several persons have been frozen
to death. At Munich the temperature
is 14 degrees below, and traffic In Ber
lin la greatly Impeded by the heavy
JL III! MI
That be never did know
just bow to buy furniture until
be found himself in our store.
And you will regret the bar
gains lost if you bare not in
spected our liue of furniture,
which is tbe most complete in
the city We name you few
of our bargains :
Read dockers, - $1.25 and up. j
Couches, - - . $4.50 and up. I
Bed Ivoom Suits, $16.50 and up.
WM. A. SHIPMAN,
439 MARKET ST.. STJNBTJBY, P