at a that excess :iave filled day the The the bor," at the Lyceum, Christmas day. Patrick McCarrick and sister, Alice, of Philadelphia, are spending the holi days with their parents on Grove street. Ed. Trainor, of Hudson, was in town yesterday. Mrs, David Rosser and son, Charles, of West Virginia, are spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cranston. The Christmas music was rendered in first class order in the different churches. In the Langcliffe church a cantata was produced and it was the, best in many years. In St. Mary's" church first class music was rendered by the choir, assisted by Sheehan's orchestra.