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SHENANDOAH DRUG STORE,
South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
A Big String
We have a lilg string of fine
goods just opened, and Invite
These things arc just from the
manufacturers, and arc correct,
tasteful, and not too expensive for
men who like to wear nood things.
24 North Main Street.
Plain to be
Your eyes need attention. It is
a mistake to neglect them. It is
better to give them too much than
too little attention. Carefully fitted
glasses will protect your eyesight
for a long time to come. Better
have them tested by us. It is free.
Jeweler and Optician.
118 South Main Street.
Don't buy elsewhere until you
see our stock. It is a winner and
so are the prices attached to every
pair ot shoes, whether for men,
ladies, misses, or children. We sell
the "best" qualities of footwear
cheaper than any other shoe dealer.
Mothers should bear in mind
that our children's shoes are the
most durable. We are closing out
another lot very cheap.
27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, Pa.
I. SPONT, PROP
FOUR DOORS ABOVE POST OFFICE.
We have added to ou&list of
Piano Agencies that of Behr
Bros. & Co., of New York.
Their first instrument in town
is now on exhibition at our
warerooms, and we invite the
public to come and inspect it.
It is an upright instrument and
is manufactured by the firm
that introduced the "Muffler"
which is also shown in this
piano. They are sold by all
the prominent dealers in the
country as a ' 'leader. ' ' These
pianos have a deserved reputa
tion for their full, pure and
sweet tone, and their great re
liability and artistic case work.
To the purchaser of this instru
ment a great reduction in price
will be made to introduce it.
Furniture Dealer and Undertaker,
1 0G South Main Street.
Just Received !
XVom the Wholesale Jobbers nouses of
Floor oil cloth, all klnd. all prlooa. and all
now patterns. AUonew patterns of pad for
tore and beaten Linoleum table oil clotb
and window shades.
We buy In big cash lots and sell you cbaapor
Nice big fat mackerel. Try Ihera.
Don't (orget us for GROCERIES.
E3. A. Friedman,
313 W. Centre St.
Two doors blow Mull's dairy.
''apptittln; Tlironglifiat Inn Uomilry
IMirnnlclwl for Unity IVmsal.
Kloctlen lliife wtelts from to-morrow.
Merchants report a brink (nil trade so far.
TamsqHA Iim an inaileiiunle water 8Ul)ily .
The new West York silk mill begins opera
tion to day.
A mug of Imrulars Is very acllre in and
The Comlmn family have removed I'rom
nilberton to I'lilhulelphla.
Art wall pa pern at dunlin' for5 and 0 rents
per roll. Come ami nee them. tf
Mrs. William llrltt, nee Honor, moved her
household Roods to this town from Oilbcrton.
Several Industrial companion contemplate
reniovliiK their establishments to Hellefoute.
A Are occurred t Talnaqiia on Saturday
nnd destroyed three frame dwellings belong
ing to Daniel ghepp.
The I'otUvlllo High School foot 111 team
defeated the Y. 51. C. A. team at Heading on
Saturday by a sooro of 11 to 0.
Several more candidates on the Independ
ent Democratic ticket In Yorlc county, It is
ald, contemplate withdrawing.
Qnlncy Hartung has resigned as public
sohool teaehsr in West Perm township, this
county, to beeomo a soldier In tho United
Patrick Franey was committed to jail by
Justice of the l'eace Ellas Kissinger, of
reokville, charged on oath of Julia Murphy
with snrcty of the pence.
Tbe Polish parsonage and several adjoining
residences on North Jardiu street," are being
treated to a wwt of paint
The fair for the benefit of St. Casimir's
new parochial school opened in the new.
school building on Saturday night. The
attendance was large.
After being abandoned as a place of wor
ship for nearly thirty years, Shafter's school
house. In Mouroe county, was yesterday re
dedionted as a church.
Tbe Philadelphia and Heading Coal and
Iron Company's collieries still continuo to
work good tlmo. Thoy put lu six days last
week and aro scheduled for the same tlmo
The finding of sovoral large pools of human
blood and evidences of a severe struggle,
near Union Park, Wllliamsport, has started
the polico at work to unravel a possible
In the Moravian church at Bethloheni
yesterday tho 112lli annlvorsary of the
Society for Propogating tho Gospel Amoug
the Heathen was celebrated, Joihua Clcland
Moore delivering an address.
Tho Famous are hoadquarters for the colo
brated Rossuiore hat, the host for the money
in America. tf
FIGHT AT DANCING SCHOOL.
The Armory, nt Glranliille, the Scene of
Many Fights on Saturday Night.
The usual Saturday night danoing sohool at
Armory hall, Uirardvillo, terminated about
two hours earlior than its usual closing time.
This was due to the numerous lights which
occurred between D:30 o'clock on Saturday
night and 12 o'clock onSuuday morning. The
first scrap started between John kavolle, of
Glrardvillc.and Anthony Deane of LostlCreek.
This took place on Second strcot, near the
armory, where both mou indulged iu calling
each other vile names. Deano followed
Lavelle to the armory, where tho formor as
sociated with several ladies, whom Deano In
sulted. This started tho fight. Attempts
were made to keep both men separated but
Deano succeeded in drawing a black jack
which ho swung violently at Lavelle, but
which luckily missed its mark. J.uvcllo
seized tho blackjack from Deano and gained
possession of tho weapon. Tills enraged
Deauo's brother, John, alias "Bumper," who
threatened to shoot Lavello if ho didn't re
turn the mace. Upon this Lavelle made his
oscape and was not seen afterward.
The second exciting scene followed by
the two Deano brothers becoming In
volved in a fight, during which Anthony had
his shirt torn from his hack. L&wronco
Griff, who acted as peacemaker, had his coat
torn. Other fights were fought between
Thomas Carter and Hugh Hock, Anthony
Boylan and Felix Dreyvus, Patrick Carey
and Thomas Cusey.
At the P. & R depot au unknown man
from Locust Dale, ami "Daddy" Willams, be
came engaged In a quarrel. Tho men rolled
about tho street and dolayed a trolley car
which was making for tho power houso.
Another battle was fought at 2 o'clock yes
terday morning between "Bumper" Deane
and "Daddy" Williams. Tie supposition
among the residents of Girardville Is that tho
dancing school will herenftor be devoid of
many ladies on account of tho disgraceful
Another fight took place in Justice Kis
singer's office. Elmer Oppenhouser was (ar
rested by Officer John Rogers for assaulting
Lawrence White with a mace on Friday
night. The victim Is confined to his bod.
When Rogers went to testify he collided with
Oppenhouser, who assaulted the officer and
knocked him down, Tho case was con
tinued. Every suit bought ready-made or made-to-
order, is kept lu repair and preessed free of
charge for one year by The Famous. tf
A Great Offer.
The first fivo persons procuring the End
less Chain Starch Book from their grocer.
will each obtain one largo 10c. packago of
"Red Cross" starch, one large 10c. package of
Hubinger's Best" starch, two Shakespeare
panels, printed in twelve beautiful colors,
as natural as life, or ouo Twentieth Century
Qlr! Calendar, tbe finest of its kintf ever
printed, all absoutely free. All others pro-
curinthe Endless Chain Starch Book, will
obtain from their grocer the above goods for
Sc. Rod Cross" laundry starch is some
thing entirely new, and is without doubt the
greatest invention of tho Twentieth Century.
It has no equal, and surpasses all others. It
has wen for Itself praise from all parts of the
United States. It has superceded everything
heretofore used, or known to science in the
laundry art. It is made from wheat, rice
and corn, and chemically prepared upon
scientific principles by J. C. Hubinger. an
expert in the laundry profession, who has
bad twenty-five years practical experience In
funey laundering, and who was the first
successful and original inventor of all fine
grades of starch in the United States. Ask
your grocers for this starch and obtain these
bMUtiful Cbristmae present free.
'Tisn't safe to be a day without Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Ojl in the house. Never can tell
what moment an aeeident is going to happen
The Nw Wnnutn Half C'lutmplnn.
Philadelphia, Oct. 16. Philadelphia
golfers were greatly surprised and dis
appointed Saturday afternoon, when,
on the links of the Philadelphia Coun
try club, Mrs. Caleb V. Vox was de
feated for the national woman's cham
pionship of the United States by Miss
Ruth Underbill, of tbe Nassau club.
They had hoped the title would come
to this city and tbey felt that Mrs.
Pox had more than earned it. Had
Mrs. Fox played Saturday in tbe same
form as on the day previous there is
little doubt but that she would he
wearing a gold medal In place of tho
silver one ahe did secure.
Dedication ot Soldiers' Monument,
The Lehigh Valley railroad will sell tiokuU
at the low rate of one fare for the round trip
to Alleutowu and return, on October ISth
and 1Mb, good returning until October 90tb.
The soldiers' luouuroeut will be unveiled at
Alleotown on Oetober 19th, and there will be
a gmnd'parade coinmeuciug at 1 p. m. on
that dav. Consult Lt-high Valhy ticket
ageultt fur further particulars.
if lonipci atutp tn ooiow tne sea
sonal iiveniB" i"ni tho Middle and Up
per MlBKourl val
loy nnd tho Hocky
to tho l'aclfla
coast, a minimum
of 28 dogs, being
roportod nt Chey
enne. In the Mis
slBslppI vnlloy and
thenco to the AU
lnntlc coast the
nbove the normal,
88 dees. lioliiR re
ported at Des Molnos. Forecast for
this section: Fnlr today and probably
tomorrow; light easterly wlndB.
Sunrlso, C:17; sunset, 5:27; length
of day, lib., 10m.; moon rises, 4:0G p.
m.; moon sets, 3:21 n. m.
The plltlclans havo only three wcoks In
which to defy tho fates.
At tho coming election, on Tuesday, Nov
ember 7, Pottsvllle will vote on tho question
of a city charter ; McAdoo on borough owner
ship of an electric light plant and Tamaqua
on tho question of increasing the borough In
debtedness $30,000 for tho purpose of Improv
ing tho water system.
Depew Is spending money lavishly but It
If in tho interest of his own candidacy. It
will benefit none of his colleagues.
A county scat nowspaper is authority for
the statement that a big gatno is belug played
on one of the Democratic candidates for Com
missioner by tho party organization, whereby
tbu aforesaid candidate will lose hundreds of
votes Has it come to this so soon,
John Heardon, of Mabanoy Plane, n good
fellow who has been out for office every time
for tho past dozen years, announces his can
didacy fur Assemblyman,
Charles E. llcrgcr, the Republican candi
date for District Attorney, secured nn unani
mous nomination proof of his popularity
among the voters.
What has become of the judicial contest?
From the lack of interest apparent one would
hardly think a vacancy on tho lieuch is to be
filled this year.
Tho Republican Executive Commlttoo con
sulted with tho candidates at Pottsvlllo this
Michael Graham, tho old Republican war
liorso. is doing good work for the Republican
party, and Is moro sauguine than ever of Re
Tho Taxpayers Association has tied up the
salaries of the District Attornoy and his
deputies since last May, because of a lavish
expenditure of tho people's money In that
office. Isn't this sufficient to cause the votors
to demand a chango? They will never get it
by voting for McLaughllu, tho present chief
The Republican county chairman should
employ Johnnie Doyle to continue his literary
campaign in behalf of the Democratic ticket,
inasmuch as Chairman Noonau has enforced
his press censorship.
Red Hot From the Oun
Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman, of
Newark, Mich., in the civil war. It caused
horrible Ulcers, that no treatment helped for
20 years. lhen liucklen s Arnica salve
cured him. Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
Boils, Felons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best
pile cure on earth. 2$ cts. a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold yb A. Wasley, druggist.
AN UPRISING PREVENTED.
Throo Nntlvo Pollcomoti In Manila
Komoutud tho Proposed Itovolt.
Manila, Oct. 16. The authorities
were Informed Saturday from a reli
able source that an outbreak in tho
poorer districts of Manila had been
carefully planned for daylight on Sun
day. It failed to occur, probably on'
uccount of the vigorous measures en
forced. Many natives of tho Tonds dis
trict left, taking thoir valuables. All
the small shops, which tho guards
usually forced to close at 8:30 p. m.,
were shut at sunset. A general feeling
of uneasiness was apparent.
The guards of tho city wero doubled
and a strong force stationed at the
slaughter house, the center of an un
ruly section. Two guns of tho Sixth
artillery were stationed near by, at a
point commanding the native quarters
The cdmmanders of the reserve troops
wore ordered to he prepared for a call
Three native policemen havo been
arrested on a charge of plotting an
uprising. The fact that their com
rades informed the authorities of their
treachery indicates that the polico
forco is loyal.
It Hits the Snot That's Right.
What ? Pan-Tina for coughs aud colds. At
Gruhler Bros., drug store.
Deaths and Funerals.
Daniel Cox, of St. Clair, died last evening
at tho Pottsvllle hespital. He had been sick
for soveral weeks with perforation of the
bowels. He was 28 years old and singlo.
Joseph Uardnock, one of the oldest resi
dents of Ashland, died on Saturday, after a
lingering Illness. He is survived by a widow
and five children.
Mrs. Daniel Sturm, a lady well known in
this town, died at her homo In Gonlon on
Saturday. She was a sister of Mrs. Conrad
Beck and Frederick and William Aker of
Mrs. Margaret, wife of James Sullivan, of
Silver Creek, died Friday evening. Tbe
deceased was well advanced iu years, and in
addition to her husband is survived by a
Thomas W. Evans, aged 78 years, father of
Deputy Revenue Collector Clay W. Evans,
died at her home in St. Clair on Saturday,
He had been a resident of tbat town for the
past sixty-seven years, and by occupation
was a stationary engineer. Ho leaves a
widow and four sons, Harry T, Evans, the
Frackvillo merchant, being among the
Mrs. George Shoemaker, of West Penn,
who died of typhoid fever on Thursday last,
will be burled to-morrow in tbe Lutheran
cemetery at West Peun. Deceased was 40
years of age, and leaves to mourn her demise
her husband and three sons and two
All Meats Are Nut Alike
Neither is our minco meat, scrapple, pudding
or sausage. Our goods are none but tho best,
Mauser's, Cherry and Chestuut streets, tf
The engagement is announced of Miss
Maud Faust, daughter of Mrs. Moses Faust,
of Ashland, and Frank Heckman, of Cbieag,
111., where be is prominent in business circles,
Miss Faust has been living with hor sister in
Chicago for the past year or more.
Win. Sproats, a machinist employed at the
upper Pottsville shops, and Miss Abbie Miller,
of Frackvillo, were married at the latter place.
The ceremony was performed by Key. Barr,
of the Reformed Church.
Pan-Tina I What is it 7
The greatest cure fur coughs aud colds, At
Clruliler Bros., drug store.
Ueiluceil Kates lo 1'lilludelphlu on Account
of tbe National I'.iport Imposition
October llllh, IBUtl.
The Lehigh Valley railroad will sell tickets
to Philadelphia aud return Oct. 18th, at one
fare for the round trip, plus t0 cents tor aa
illusion coupon to the Exposition. Tickets
will he honored ou any train except the
Black Diamond Express, aud good for return
passage to Oct. 27, 1801), inclusive. Consult
Lehigh Valley ticket agents ror lurtuer
Ihnll Ralzburg spent voiterdn with frlnmln
Thomas Hellls nnd son visited frlonds at
Louis Knzunas has returned from a three
day visit to Philadelphia.
s. J llrown, of Philadelphia, spent yes
terday visiting friends luro.
Miss (JuMle Seeds, daughter of tho Hotel
Forgimoii proprietor, Is 111 In bod. '
Henry Foils has gone to Philadelphia,
where ho has scoured employment.
T. T. Williams nnd son, Herbert, havo re
turned from n visit to Philadelphia.
Mrs. John L. Williams, of Mt. Canned, was
n guost of frionds In town yesterday.
unarms Nolswlutor aud Hoy Rubright
visited fiicnds at Tninnqua yosterday,
T. M. Stout, John Waguer aud J. A. Reilly
wont to tho county seat this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helnzo, of Ashland,
were guests of friends m town yestordsy.
Coustablo Josoph Klelndenst, of Mahanoy
City, spent to-day in town on legal business.
L A Bamberger loft town to-day on a com
mercial trip through tho western part of tho
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hunter and son havo
returned from a visit to tho Philadelphia
11. L. Talloy, Jr., secretary and treasurer
of tho Homo Friendly Society of Baltimore,
Md., is in town.
C. C. H. Klrlln has returned from n visit
to his mother at Philadelphia aud P, P. 1).
Klrlln left for tho city 'estorday.
Major II. S. Thompson, S. II. Knerchcr,
Esq , and M. P. Qulnn were amoug tho Potts
ville residents who visited town to-day.
Miss Salllo Roche was n guost of friends at
Kutztown State Normal school Saturday and
yesterday, and returned hero last ovcnlug.
M. M. Burko. S. G. M. Hollopotor, J. Claude
Brown E. W. Shoemaker aud J. It. Coylc,
Ksqs., trausactod legal buslnoss at Pottsvllle
Misses May Camp nnd Hannah Davis, who
wero guests of Miss Maggio Roberts, on East
Coal street, have returned to their homes in
George E. Driedlino.of Ashland, was a guest
of Samuel Stshl nt the Hotel Ferguson yes
terday and entertained the guests thoro with
Alox. Maiming, of Pottsville, was a busl
noss visitor hero to-day. Ho is in search of a
suitablo business location, with a view of
opening a shoo storo.
Miss blla Jt.irton, of Mt. Carmel. Is being
entertained by Miss Cassio Meiceu, on East
Mr. and Mrs. William Grimes, of Browns
ville, entertained a number of friends at their
rosldenco hist evenlug.
Airs. Joseph Ritzol. of Pottsville who has
been tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Llzzio
Humble, of North Wost street, tho past week,
left to-day for Tremont.
A Cure for Nervous Headache.
For eliiht vonrs I nuiTerod from constitution
nnd otvero nervous headache, tho headache
usually lusting three days nt u time. Heart
ache powders relieved mo tcmirarnrlly, but
leuioo nuu an eneci. nince l negan uutiur
Celery King I have greatly Improved in
health, neldom or never have headache, have
pained In flcHti, nnd feel decidedly well. Mrs.
IS. S. Hatch, Templo, N. II.
Ceieiy King ctrnns diseases of tho Nerves,
Sloiimeh, I.neruud Kidneys. Sold by drug
gists. Z't unci jOc. fl
Are Offered at Our Store
Boots, Shoes and
And as for groceries, we are the
cheapest giocers in town.
333 West Centre St., Shenandoah"
True Fortune Heater.
Known In almost every household Is now being
sold by UK. Wo also sell the
PENINSULAR, Air Tight.
Besides numerous other makes of Heaters. See
our Stoves and Ranges. Our stock
and prices suit everybody.
Nos. 1 10-121-123 North Alain St.
We have just received a carload
of Felt and Rubber Uoots which
we can sell lower than any of our
competitors, because we bought
them before they advanced in price.
We are also sole agents
...ior the famous...
DOUGLAS FINE SHOES
for men, and QUEEN QUALITY
for women, and other iamous shoes
for young and old, great and small.
The best equiped, largest and
cheapest shoe store in the county,
No. 124 NORTH MAIN ST.
In clteeks will save you money
by buying our urwu. try it
and be eonvtnwu. you re
ceive seven loaves.
1f Regular sUe -7
't-? cupcake, '
lOr Regular size Qc
2117 W. Outre Hires
a oL.ro 1 in '3.
A WORD TO CLOTHING BUYERS."
Are you thinking: of buying- a good suit of clothing or an overcoat ?
If you are, let us help you.
There is nothing new in the line of Clothing or Overcoats that you cannot find in our mammoth store
room. Every inch of floor space is taken up with the most complete line of Clothing and Overcoats that
has ever been shown in this section. Young men looking for good stylish up-to-date light, striped, blue
serge, small check, or fancy worsted suit, with or without a double breasted vest, should examine our new
stock. We have everything that the latest styles call for in Overcoats. We have the latest in Box Coats,
light or dark colors, Covert Cloth, Kerseys, Meltons, Tweeds, Oxfords and Black Thibets, with or with
out satin trimmings.
Our OVERCOAT Lino lo tho Very Finest tho Market Offers,
Mothers looking for the latest style Clothing or Overcoats for the children should examine our stock.
We have the very latest and most stylish line for the little fellows that was ever shown here. In single
trousers we have the latest styles in small checks, light stripes, or pin worsteds.
Bear in mind if you contemplate buying Clothing or Overcoats this fall that in buying here you can
choose from thousands of different styles and patterns.
Mammoth Clothing House,
9 and 11 S. Main
Assault and Hattery and Other Cass
Heard T.nst Night,
if, itmio Knrlml&lc nrosecuted Sakar
Stcc for striking hor on the head and face
with his fist; John Soholowsity cnargca
Adam Fejoukis and Joe Shldlowskls with
l.oll Mm nn tliA l.oail with a flat ItOU l
and William Marshall, a Pole, was charged
with choking and beating Adam Bicksza.
All these cases were heard by Justice anoe
maker last night aud settled on payment of
Justice Toomcy had two cases before him
last night. Stlney aud John Patchlusky
furnished $300 hail, each, for heating Charles
v'llnr-l,! mttli n hour run; nnd William Kala-
shinski was put under $300 ball on oath of
r r vriat-a tbn llvAfvman. The defend
ant yesterday hired a carriage from O'Hara
and broke it whllo drunk and driving reck-
lesaly, it if alleged. The payment oi j.ou to
repair tho damago was refused and tbe arrest
a c.in.L- on it bin wife. Marv. were
each held In $300 ball at noon to-day on
charges of assault aud battery preferred by
Andrew Brennan, of Maple Hill. Justice
Tourney heard the caso.
Dolltll or n "Lendlnir Virginian.
Baltimore, Oct. 16. Colonel John J.
Williams, mayor of Winchester, Va.,
and ex-grand commander of the Vir
ginia camp of Confederate Veterans,
died at St. Joseph's hospital, this city,
yesterday. Colonel Williams had for
some time been ailing with a malady
nt l,n clninnnll Vlvp ilnvH ntrn hp.
came to this city for treatment, and an !
nnnrnt n wnR np.rfnrmed nt the hos- !
pltal. His condition had been weak
ened by weeks of suffering, and the
shock was too great. Colonel Williams
was 57 years old, and was one of Vir
ginia's most brilliant lawyers. At the
time of hlB death he was serving his
tourth term a,s mayor of Winchester.
T ANTKD A competent filrl to do general
housework. Good wnues. Apply to W.
M. urewer, lu souiu jaruin Bircei.
IOST. An account book. Written In part
i English nnd part Hebrew. Of valuo only
to tbe owner. Two dollars reward for return to
Slax FreburB, 113 West Coal street. 10-16-lt
"IA7ANTUD. A man for bouse to bouse can
T vassing. Moderate salary paid from
beelnntnir. Study work year round. Tyler
IJrus Co., Sbamokln, Pa. 10-lt-2t
OR SALE, A side board, aa good as new.
Inquire at Hkiiali ofllce.
"fnou ItTCNT. Two deslrfible second-story
1' front rooms, suitablo for otticcs.wUh electric
lluht nnd steam heat. Apply at this ofllce. tf
FOU BALK. The oil business conducted by
the undersigned, including horses. agon
and route; In fact everything necessary tocsrry
on the business. For further Information
apply to lEobert Yenger, No. 318 North Jardln
TTfB wish a live traveling manager In your
) territory at once, man or woman ; liberal
cash and comm'silon first year more second
year. II ucserveu ; some ior jocai worts aiso
irood references reoutred those out of emnloy
ment or wishing to better themselves, address,
'Factory," cor. Perkins and Union 8ts., Akron,
ATOTICK. Desirable properties for ale. Ap
1 ply to S, U. M. Hollopeter. attorney,
Application For Charter.
Notice Is bereby given tbat nn application will
be made to tbe Juuees of tbe Court of Common
Pleaa of Sebiiylktll county, on tbe 23rd day of
Oetober, 1HM, for a cbarter of a corporation to
bo called "The St. Michael's Society, of Bhonmn
doab, Pa ," tbo cbaracter and object of whlcb
are to promote brotberly love and tbe love of
our Fatherland Lithuania, help to one another
lu distress, especially in sickness and In death
aud provide a fund by monthly contributions of
the members for the purposo aforesaid ; and for
these purjioses to have, possess and enjoy all
tbe rights and privileges of tbo corporation Act
of 174, and Its supplements.
The proposed charter Is now on file In tbe
1'iothotiotary's ofllce. T. It. Ueddaix,
Fall and Winter Garments
For 1899 and 1900.
The prevailing interest displayed
in our cloak department this season
is justified by the fine selection of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Coats aud Capes in all colors.
The most complete line of
Ladies' Kersey cloth coats In Cas
tor, Modes, Tans, Black and Blues,
lined in beautiful colored silk aud
We are well supplied with a fine assort
ment of plain and Scotch I'laid Golf Capes.
Also a large stock of Hush, Kersey,
Clieviolts and Astrakhan Capes, lined
with silk nnd mercarized satin. Collar
ettes a specialty. t extend an invitation
to examine the line of garments and
satisfy yourself on price and quality,
R. F. GILL,
NORTH MAIN STREET
MRS. J. J. KELLY, - 26 S. Main St.
None better in the world. Sold cheaper than any other mdks
We are the sole agents. You can't buy them anywhere else in
town. We can save you money this fall, and you will ber.ur
prised at the sum when you purchase There is no cheaper
stove house in town.
We can burnish your house from
than you would
D. & U. SIEGEIL
103 & 105 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Are responsible for our
Try us on plumbing and
regret the trial.
P. W. BELL,
30c Papers Reduced to 1 5c
25c Papers Reduced to 1 3 1 -So
l Oc Papers Reduced to Oc
Entirely remodeled and refurn
ished. Elegant liath and Wash
Boarders by the Day,week
Well stocked bar attached. An
heuser-Busch St. I,ouis beer aud
Pabst Milwaukee beer iu bottles.
The Best Hotel In the Region (living
the Best Accommodations
for the Honey.
Try Our "CONFIDENCE" 5-Cent
Cigar. Best on Earth.
Cor, Main and Coal Sis,, Shenandoah, Pa,
I Goldin, Proprietor.
FALL AND WINTER
1T Our fall aud winter display of
millinery is our pride, and not with
out reason. It is here in all the pretty
styles and shapes of the season and in
such a variety of fresh beauty and
rich nud artistic trimming and work
manship that it will make your sum
mer hat distasteful when you see our
superb display. We have some gems
of the millinery art in Hats, Turbans
and Bonnets that will be picked
quickly, so you had better choose
your hat at once.
Mourning gooda Is our specialty. New
creations come hero dally, mid It will prove
a pleasure for you to visit our opening.
lias achieved Its greatest triumphs In our
artistic uud handsome stock of wall papers.
All the latest designs and fashionable shades
and colorings aro embodied In our superb
stock of art wall papers. We have them from
$1.00 per roll for high art decorations to 5
Cents per roll for bedroom, parlor, hall or
dining room papers.
All Artistic !.
All Pretty I
224 W. Centre St.,
cellar to garret, for less money
always busy business.
gas fitting. You wont
Cor - white and L1yd sts-
A Rare Opportunity for
South Jardln St..
. . . Shenandoah, Pa
Man u f a c -
tured daily. Delivered to all parts
Sealed PINK BAND Package.
Bon-Bons and Chocolates,
Made Only Bjr
rOH BALK BY
Baker and Confectioner,
104 N. Main St.