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Delicious Prepared of
the best materials No
stale goods here. We sell
them too fast.
Shenandoah Drug Store,
3 South Main St., Shenandoah.
any three one
May be sent to
dresses if de
sired. tli tL U tli di l Ui (k li tli li tli vl tli l tl
HOOKS & BROWN.
You always get a lesson of advice from the
experienced. In nothing does this message
mean so much as In merchandising. Our
message to you is one of good things at good
prices. We point the way to satisfaction. Why
not profit by our advi e?
North Main Street
Which is the leading
optical house in this vici
nitv bv comparing1 our
stock with that found in
T. R Hifl.SV t.O
Who sells at the lowest
prices by comparing
others' prices with ours,
and you 11 find a great
difference in favor of buy
All Examinations Made Free.
Jeweler and Optician,
118 South plain Street.
HACKERGL, 5 cts. and up
CODFISH, 6 els. and up.
All our coflee is selling at our
old prices. Our 23c Mocha and
Java coffee is unrivalled.
Uivo and Dressed Poultry
For Now Years
"A HAPPY HEW YEAR" TO EVERYBODY.
m. A. Friedman,
213 W. Centre Si.
Two door below Mull's dairy.
fit is Easy
DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
NrirnliifV Itopfirtn iif lliln mill Ollirr
Tiiwtii. i.r th Oouttty.
MIm Mntiln MrdlnncM to-day rewlvwl a
trleftram AiinoiitiriiiR tlio ilentli of her cousin,
Mfs. Mary Collban, nt New York City. Tlio
deceased wn nliotit RA yours olil mill tlie
widow or ex-Scnntnr .tulin 1' Cotlliaii, of
A)ilnnl, this county. Tlio remains will
nrriro nt Ashland to-nidrrnw evening nnil
tlio funoral will tnke place In that town on
The remains of Ilryan Soanlati, or Ilig
Mlno linn, were inlnrrcil In St. Joseph's
renietery, at Ashland, to-day. Horvkis wore
held in tlio parish church.
Mrs. William Heck, of llcckvillo, died at
the family residence last evening. She had
lieen ill for 0 yearn and had not left her home
for two years. Mrs. Heck was a daughter of
Isaaraud Catherine Strauch, of CroMotm.
She Is survived hy hor husband and eight
Klla the beloved wlfo of Col. I). 1. llrown,
now of I'ottsvllle, and formerly a resident of
Lost Creek, dropped dead in Drowu's drug
store at Mlnersvillo last evening, whern she
had been visiting. Sho had been troubled
with an direction of the heart. Tho deceased
was married to Col. llrown August lit, 1883,
and was a daughter of tho lato Dr. William
N. Kobblus. She is survived by her husband
and two children, GaynorS. and David It.
llrown. Sho Is also survived by a brother,
Dr. N. K. Kobbius, of Mlnersvillo, and two
sisters. Miss Alice Kobbius. of Mlnersville,
mid Mrs. Juliet Ashmoad. wlfo of Hev. It. N.
Ashmead, rector of the Episcopal parish at
Uettysburg. Mis. Drown was Col. Brown's
Michael Lawler, a well-known rosljent of
Tower Citykdicd at that place yosterday
morning of pneumonia, aged 50 years. A
widow and eight children survivo him. Tim
funeral will occur at Trcmont to-morrow
refer J. Sslmon died at his home in Muha
noy City yesterday after u brief attack of
pneumonia. He was 35 years old and unmar
ried. Last June whllo repairing a telephone
line at Tamaqua he fell to the ground, re
ceiving a fracture of the right ankle. Ho
bad recovered when ho was attacked with
pneumonia. Funeral Tuesday morulug.
John Knight, who Is employed at the store
of the Supply Company here, is on the sick
Mrs, Evan L. Jones is sullering from
Joseph Rearesford Is a hnppy man. A little
girl appeared at Ills home.
The dam at this place atTords much fun for
Bkatcrs from all parts of the valley and is
crowded every day.
Services in tho Methodist Episcopal church
to-morrow. Sunday school at 10:30 a. in.,
Jr. Epworth League at 2 p. m. Subject for
the evening sormon nt 0 p. in., "His qualifi
cations for servlco removed." fleeting!
every evening next week and everybody in
Judge Ilennlng Iletlres,
Judge D. C. nennlng held court yesterday
in order to dispose of all matters in his
bands before ho retires from th9 Bench. His
successor, Hon. George J, Wadlingor, takes
the oath of office on Monday. The following
decisions were handed down yesterday by
.ludee Hemline : Wentz vs. Tobac, new trial
eranted : Sunday vs. Dietrich, new trial re
fused: IlookB & Gibbs vs. Qirardvdlo School
District, now trial refused, In the matter of
the cotillon of H. A. Chambers, the petition
was dismissed. In re-application for an in
dependent school district iu North Manhcim
township, each party to pay tuelr own costs.
After disposing of thoso cases ills lionor
made a few Temarks upon his retirement
from the Bench, There Is no doubt he served
with fidelity and retires with thu entire
spect of the community.
Ask you grocer tor tho "Eoyal Patent'
--Jjlojijwiild,tako no other brand, It is tho befit
How about that mend that was
overlooked in the Christmas rush ?
Don't vou think an article of
furniture would be very acceptable
lor your New Year greeting?
While assortments in some lines
are in a depleted condition you will
always find in a large store like
ours numerous articles suitable lor
such an occasion.
Come and look around and see if
something will not suggest itself-
a handsome rocker, a picture to fill
some empty space or many of the
other useful articles found in
lame stock like what is always to
be seen here.
No. 1 19-121-123 North Main St.
What You Need
For the Holidays
We are prepared to supply you with
your holiday needs. You may need
many troods and here Is the place you
an vet them for less money than any
where else. See our
Live and Dressed Ti uck
This Is where to buy to save your money from
233 West Centre Street.
THE BOSTON BAKERY
222 West Centre Street
Try our 25 cents worth of bread check
entitles you to seven loaves.
1 Oc Regular size cup cske 7c.
1 00 Regular size sconee cake Oc
Try our confectionery liuy from us.
We sell fine confectionery cheap.
B. Morgautelii, Prop.
Cure Pain in the
Stomach and Distress
10 cents and 25 cents Druerirists
i n i: WKATIIUK.
in Hie noitlibrn vmrtlou of tlio iila
tau and Pacific touet regions tonipar-
atures us a rule
lmvu risen 4 to 10
degrees, while In
tho southern por
tion they luive
fallen 4 to 1(1.
Snow is Indicated
In the central
region, lower Mis
souri valley and
KVirfipBHt for thin
continued cold today and and tomor
row; fresh west to north winds.
Sunrise, 7:27: sunset, 1:52; length of
day, 9h., 25m.; moon rises, 6:39 a. m.;
moon sets, 2: EG p. m.
UNITED MINE WORKERS.
Oonvriitlon of the District No. II Held In
ltefowlch's IIhII To-dny.
District No. 9 of tho United Mlno Workers
f America, of the lower aiitlir&cita region,
hold u district convention in Rclowich's hall
this afternoon. Tho district comprises
chuylklll, Columbia, Northumberland ami
Dauphin counties and upwards of 14.000
miners and laborers were represented.
Between CO nnd 70 delegates attonded aud all
were enthusiastic over tho progress of tlio
Organizer John Fahey presided and stated
in bis address that ho was hero in behalf of
the largest labor organization now in ex
istence in the world. lie further slated that
tho organization did not only appeal to tho
miners, hut to all othor classes of working
men. He concluded by statiuc the objects of
the organization, to foster education, uproot
iguorauce. shorten labor hours, lengtheu tho
lifo of the mine workers, raise wages and
lower usury, increase independence and de
crease dependence, devolop manhood and
balk tyranny, establish fraternity and dis
courage sellishuess, reduce prejudice and In
duce liberality, enlarge society aud elimiiiato
classes, creato rights aud abolish wrongs,
lighten toil and brighten man, cheer tho
home and firosidu and make tho world better.
This district will bo represented at the
joint convention to be hold in Indianapolis
next month. A feature of tho convention
will be an eflort to establish an increase of SO
per ceut. in tho wages of the niiuo workers.
Htpenlnf;s Throughout thu Oouutrj
Uhloulelml for Utility lrusl,
To-moriow is tho day for making good
resolutions .Monday tho day for broakiug
Jury Commissioners Austockand Fogarty
aud Sheriff Toole completed their work of
placing 2000 names iu the jury wheol for the
Beautiful desiKUsin'wall nauer at Cardln's.
o-tknu'O cents per roll. Cull mid see them, tf
Monday being Now Year's Day. tho banks
of town will not be open for business on that
Commissioner Frank K. Kantner yester
day qualified for kis new term of office by
taking the oath before Recorder Jenkyn.
A marriage license was granted yesterday
to Howard Wesley Waguer aud Lula .Rebecca
Kistlcr, both of Tamaqua.
The entire main lino of tho P, fi R. rail
road from I'ottsvllle to Philadelphia is now
equipped with aut jinatie eignnls.
It is said Poor Director Decker must be
satisfied with three minor appointments.
Warren V. Follweiler, chief telegrapher in
Supt. A. T. Dice's olllco, has applied for
letters patent on a contrlvanco to keep moist
food iu lunch cans aud basket.
Tho Riley orchestra of town furnished
music tor a select dauce In Kaler s opera
house, Mahanoy City, last night.
It ought to be welcome news to every lover
of that most enjoyable and satisfactory form
oi entertainment, comic opera, tuat tuey are
going to be given an opportunity of hearing
the immensely popular opera, The High'
waymau," at Ferguson's theatre, Wednesday
evening, January 3rd.
Miss Mame Bradigan visited friends ut
John Smith, ofSteelton, is a guest of James
H. Morgan, of South Jardin street.
Miss Ida Dusto has returned to town from
a week's visit to friends at Mahanoy City.
1 , 11. watte, manager of tho uraud opera
house, Ashland, was a visitor to town to-day
A youug son arrived at the home of Coin
missioncr Frank Kantner, ut Lofty, yester
day. Miss Agnes Audruskaitis has returned to
town after spending a woek with friends at
Miss Elina Huber, of Mahauoy City, is
being entertained by Miss May Illckert, at
bor residence on Eist Centre street.
Mr. and Mrs. William Morrison and child,
who were guests of relatives here, have re
turned to their home In New Jersey.
Services at the M. E. church will begin at
10 o'clock to-morrow evening Instead of 0:30,
preceded by a song service at 0:30 in charge
of John Dauks. Services every night next
week, except Saturday, at 7:30.
Preaching in the P. M, church to-morrow
morning and evening. Morning subject,
"Jacob's Conception of This Life." Sunday
school, S p. m. Evening subject, "The
Younger Son." Everybody is kindly invited
to these services
Services will be held in the Congregational
church to-morrow. Preaching at 10:30 a. m.
and 0 p. m. by Rev. T. L Martin. Sunday
school at 2 p. m.
A series of services will be heW in the
United Evangelical church, to begin to
morrow evening, with watch-night services.
Through the week the services will begin at
7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to be
present at those meetings. Preaching by
Rev. J. R. Hcnsyl, pastor of the church.
To-morrow evening at 6:30 o'clock in the
Calvary Biptist church, the pastor will
preach a special New Year's sermon entitled
The Three It's of the Bible." All will he
The "Glirouicle" Sale,
Much interest has beeu aroused iu news
paper ciroles by the bale of the Puttsville
Evening Chronicle. It was sold to John Mc
Carthy, of Weatherly, by C. M. Stover, of
Philadelphia. Mr. McCarthy will take
possession ouMonday next, aud when sicu
by a Hazleton Standard reporter last oven
fug, said '. "I bought the property from Mr.
Stover, and propose to turn it over to a cor
poration about to bo organized. Mr. SeUg
man will be business manager Type sett
ing machine were ordered yesterday. An
effort will hi undo to improve the paper."
When ask i'l whether It was true that Senator
King and Judge Wadlinger were interested
W II. .1 I .1 .
I jur, oikmhuj tutu tuvy ru uu,
A GRATIFYING SHOWING.
Tlio Closing Vmir n Itrcnrd Itrenker In llie
Now York, Ie. 30.- UrailHtrel's re
view of "The Year in Uimlnoss" says:
Hnrely havo gangulno commercial and
financial hopan or predictions found
Biich ndcitimto roalUatlon as they did
during 18&H. Certainly nothing like
the wltlo3iicH(l and general upward
movement In values, ullko of staples
and oi securities, such as occurred dur
ing this year, could havo been fore
seen. Linked with an Immense busi
ness nnd n, record breaking production
in nearly nil Hues of business and in
dustry, except, porhaps, in some pro
ducts of tho agricultural interest, there
was with It an advance of Btaplo values
either of which alono would have mado
the year potable, nnd combined thoy
have served to estnbllsh tho year as a
record broakcr nnd set up now stand
ards. The volume of domestic and of for
eign trade alike was tho largest ever
recorded nnd the bank clearings, re
flecting immense business expansion,
ttctivo speculation in stocks nnd im
mense now industrial floatlngs, far
surpassed nil provlous records. Prices,
ns a result, primarily of the stimula
tion proceedings from supply and de
mand conditions, scoted probably tho
greatest ndvance evor recorded in any
Blnglo year .and brought the general
level of staple values to the highest
point roached for more than eight
Fa 1 1 u 10 statistics point to ttio small
est number reported for 17 years past.
These results 1iavo come to pass In
tlio face of u considerably lessened
production of wheat and an Immense
falling oil in the yield of cotton. With
tho exception of marked speculative ac
tivity In the latter during the early
months of tho present season specula
tion on tho leading exchanges has been
most largely confined to stocks and se
In industrial affairs tho year has
been one of enormous expansion. Cer
tainly nothing like the general ad
vance In wages of industrial employes
has boon witnessed for many years.
and this has been accomplished with a
minimum ot friction, entitling tho year
to special mention on this if on no
othor account. The close of the year
OniU more o- dsr borks filled from three
to six months ahead In nearly all lines.
The dlstilbutlve trade waB naturally
of Immense volume throughout the
year, though mild weather at the close
tended to modify the satisfaction with
which retail trade In winter fabrics
was regar'd. This was. however,
partly compensated for by a holiday
business surpassing all previous rec
Notwithstanding smaller exports of
agricultural products during the cal
endar year, breadstuffs shipments be
ing lo per cent smaller, cattle and hogs
exports 12 per cent less and cotton
shipments, owing to' tho short crop,
at least Ifi per cent less, there was such
an expansion in our manufactured ex
ports that the entire export trade of
the year will considerably exceed that
of last calendar year, which was the
heaviest recorded, and make the year
less notable in the line of foreign than
in domestic trade, with a total of ex
ports little loss than $1.2S0,000,000, an
aggregate which, if reached, will marl;
a gain ot 3 per cent over the record
total of 188. Imports have naturally
shown a marked revival, and if tho
gain for the 11 niontliHis. maintained
for the moiftii of "December a total a
little below $800,000,000 may be expect
ed, which would guarantee a total for
eign trade well in exiess of $2,000,000,
000, an amount, it might be remarked,
never before equaled. As to exports it
is to be noted that nearly one-third of
all are of manufactured products, a pro
portion never before leached; and as
to imports, tho heavy Increase In raw
products Intended for manufacture In
dicates the activity of domestic indus
try. Tho apparent trpde balance In our
favor, though not as heavy as In 1898,
will still aggregate an enormofis sum.
The business community looks for
ward to 1900 with almost equally mixed
fe .ings of In ,e 9ml confidence.
Appninlmi-iila Not Amimincrd,
A tolephone message to tho Hkrai.d lato
this afternoon from I'ottsvllle states that
Commissioners-elect Kautner and Rober
were in conference and agreed upon tho ap
pointments to be made o Monday, but that
no public announcement would be made
until that time. It was expected the list of
successful applicants would bo given out to
day, but for reasons knpwn only to them
selves tho Commissioners' decided otherwise.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little thing that
ever was made is Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Every pill is a sugar-coated globule of health,
that changes weakness into strength, listless
ness into energy, brain-fag into mental jiower.
They're wonderful in buildins up the health.
Only 25c per box. Sold by A. Wasley.
From Johanna Coho to Johanna Sammon,
premises in fort Carbon ; from .1. K. Bittle
et uz, to Mr. Bittle, premises in North Man
heiui ; from Itudolph Schlanck et ux. to Eliz
abeth Keinbold, premises in Nuremburg; from
Ellr.ibcth Keinbold et vlr. o C. II. Keener,
premifes in Nuremburg; from Treas. Sch.
Co. to Commissioners of Sch. Co., premises in
Minersville; from Commissioners of Sch. Co.
to J. P. Jones, premises in Mlnersville ; from
Mary Kraus et al. to Nesijuehoning It, 11. Co ,
premises in Rush Twp.
On Every Bottle
Of Sliiloh's Consumption Cure is this guar
antco : "All wo ask of you is to use two-
thirds of tho contents of this bottle faith
fully, then if you can say you are not
benefited return tho bottlo to your druggist
and he may refund tho price paid." Price
25 cts. 50 cts. and (1.00. Sold by P. D.
Kirlln on a guarantee.
DAN. J. FERGUSON, Mrr.
MATINEE AND NIGHT.
SATURDAY, JAN. 6,1900.
Lincoln J. Carter's Thrilling and
Romantic War Play,
"A play that Is good for the North and
heath. Kut and Wed." Startling In Its
realism. Novel In Its construction
U'lcturrequn and true to life In its
AN U.NUINlt AND TENDER running away
from the audience at the rate of GO miles an
THAT CAVALRY CHARGE I
MATINEE: - I5c, 25c and 35c.
NIGHT: - 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c,
fur both BfUriiuon and swuluj;.
Arrlihlshop Itynn Hnya the Year 10(10
Closes the Ontury,
Archbishop Ryan has decided to teave It to
the discretion of rcctois of churches of this
nrt'hiliwesc whether they will avail them
selves of tho Pope's decree granting tho prlv
Megi of midnight mass on December 31st, to
usher In the "Holy Year." Tho archbishop
lifts oxpressed a wish for its general use, but
should thorn be any special reason to fear
abuse, he said the rector need not use It.
Inn letter, which he has Issued to tho
rectors, ho says in part: "Wo beg you to
vxliiut our flock to make tho year 1000 on
which we aro about to cuter and which closes
the century, n vcrltablo 'holy year,' by
avoiding Bin nnd its occasions,- by more
frequent reception of the sacraments of
Penance and the Holy Eucharist, hy greater
vigilance and zeal in the religious education
of their children. Let us revive In our own
heart, ami in tho hearts of others, that
porsoual lovo for our dear Lord, which is tho
very suiil of religion and the hope of the
Midnight masses will be celebrated in tho
Annunciation, St Caslmer (Polish), St Stan
islaus (.Polish), St. George's (Lithuanian),
nud Holy Family (German) Roman Catholic
churches of town to-morrow night. At St.
Otslmer's church tho exposition of the
blessed aacrmncnt will be cclcbtatcd. At St.
tleorgo's church tho sermon will he preached
by the rector and the First Lithuanian band
will lender sacred musiu during the service,
Tho usual eight o'clock mass will be cele
brated lu tho Church of the Holy Fanilly on
the morning of New Year's Day.
mi Wedding Announce luellt.
Cards are out HUnouncIng tho wedding of
Miss Corrlne Dow, of Delano, to Geo, Matirey,
ol Ticnton. The wedding Is to take place
It's the llttlo colds that grow into big colds;
the big colds that end lu consumption and
death. Wutch the little colds. Dr. Wood's
Norway Pino Syrup.
doing to the Klondike.
James R. Prenr.au and John L. Curran, of
Shamokin, left yesterday for Philadelphia,
uliero they will make preparations for an
early start next spring for the Klondike gold
A prominent Montreal clergyman, the Hcv. James
II. Dlion, Hector St. Judes and Hon. Canon of
Christ Church Cathedral, writes: "Permit me to
send you a few lines to strongly recommend
1'cnnT Davis' Pain-Killer. I have used It with
satisfaction for tlilrty-frt e years. It Is a prepara
tion hick deserves full public confldence."
Onin Illlrtl Soro Throat,
Two Sizes, 25c. and 8(lc.
There Is only one I'nin-Klllfr, Perry Davis.'
I QKNTS WANTFD. To soli whiskey
A hundred dollars per month. O. T Bowser
fc Co., 35 Pike St , Covington, Ky
I AD1ICS Maiiv liandomn omniums are
J J earned daily by a few hours among friends
aniline our iroods. Why not vou?
pleto outfit sent free to any address.
Ten Co , Pittsburg, Pa.
noit 8AI.K A fine bav horse, formrrly
i' owned by the KfBcne Hook and Ladder
Apply to George Scheider, '3 East
TJENT OK SAMS A hotel, containing tour-
XI) teen rooms, Itio Barroom nxmres complete;
nnd the hou.fi Is centrally loented in Klnstown.
For further information apply to Michael
Peters, Shenandoah, Pa. 12-21-tf
FOR RENT OK FOR S I.K.--N0. 120 North
Main street, now occupied by n fanci shoe
tore. l'osirss'o 1 Riven April 1st, 1V0O. Store
has plate glass front. Htnre and wrlllnsc cn3
he ri-nted with or without worcn om end stable
verv rea.onnhlp bv desirable tenant Antily
to 0 W. Newhouscr No 22 North Main St tf
(JELLING OUT. Our entire stock of boots,
r shoes and rubbers. Our sal 1 now on ana
our stock must be no'd as soon as possible At
Cbnrles Dictz. 120 North Main street. 12-28-t
-VTOTICK TO THE PUHUO Notice is hereby
i given that tlio firm of Shepp ton Lumber
Company, doing business ut Hhepptoii. Ia, )vah
been this day dissolved, nnd the business will
In the f u tun be conducted by William Klmmel,
Jr.. whet will assume all liabilities of the same,
Thoo Interested wil' govern themselves Ac
cordingly, William Kimmkl.
WILLI AM MHMEL, JH.
Shenandoah. Pa., Dec. 30, 18J). 1 2-30-2 1
HOR SALE. Cheap to a prompt buyer. A
V verv desirable three-story property In
naved sauaro on Main street. Contains two
large store rooms with plate glass fronts Coin
fortnble dwelllncr with hath. Yard. wnrcr om
ai.d stable, to each. Whole lot 80x150 feet to
alley. Very fine location for any kind of
business. Prefer to sell the whole property
but will sell nart of it if desired, at verv reason'
able price and terms. For further Information
please nuuress uwner, i . u. isqx zz, niicnan-
(loan fa. 11-J-U
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Notice Is hereby given to the holders of Shen
andoah, Pennsylvania, H.-hool District bond,
the follonrlnir numbered bonds to V. Thomas
L.ee, treasurer, lor payment on Ja nary 1, ru;u,
alter which date interest will cease
Numbers IS, 20, 49, 62, f9 Kl. 81,91. 01, 00, If 0
112. 111. 118. 133. 140. ISO. 159. 161. ICS. 180 and 18).
For further information apply at the 8a e
tary s oiuce, westbtreciscuooi nuiiaing.
Thomas Dove, Jr.,
J II. Martin,
M. J. Whitakeu,
KnwAni) C. Malick,
Shenandoah, I'a., Dec. 13, 1899. 16-23 80
In Men's, Boys', Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Foot
wear to be seen for the holi
days anywhere in town.
FACTORY SI STORE,
27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, Pa
FOUR DOORS ABOVE POST OFflCE.
Good old Santa Claus is getting ready to hold
his annual festival and scatter his rewards
amongst the boys and girls, and even the young
men and maidens as well as the older folks.
We have made our store into a veritable
Alladin's cavern well stocked with every variety
of Dolls, Go-carls, Toys, Games, Animals,
Picture Books, Etc.
Hundreds of dressed and un
dressed beauties. See our
special 23c one.
A splendid assortment, all
sizes, from 25c up.
Pianos, all sizes, Trumpets,
Drums, Accordeons, Metal 1
aphones, from 5c up. J
Magic Lanterns, Steam Engines, I
Mechanical Toys ; of the I
latter we have an immense
G AUG HAN'S
Others made from good quality
our price $1.25. A better grade cloth, extra heavy, tucked, braided
and lined, value 2.25, our price gi.75.
Mohair Waists, $2.00 to $2 25, real value $2.50 and 3.00.
We have received another case 1-4 while, all-wool, home-made
Blankets; value $4.50, our price lor
Small Profit and Quick Sale Stoje
Has been opened by Sam Levine, 104 East Centre street, Rob-
bins' building. All our goods are sold as represented or money
returned. Our winter sale ol
men's, Boys', Children's. Ladies', and Misses' Shoes.
Gum Boots and Rubbers, and Gent's Furnishings
Is now going on We keep no shoddy goods. A penny
earned is a penny saved. So be wise and go to the greatest
bargain house in ShenandoAb. Visit us whether you buy or
not. Remember-the place.
SAM LEVINE, 104 E. Centre St.
Reduction in Ladies' Coats !
This cold, snappy weather a good coat is
garment. We are offering at present :
Plush coats, worth $25, at 9. 98
Kerseys, all colors.worfh $io, at $5
Astrakhans, worth $8.00, at $3.50
In millipery we can suit everybody. Come and buy these
goods. We are closing out our stock very cheap. Also
notions aud dry goods.
NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE,
23 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
is anything left over to meet
F.J. PORTZ, N.
The Largest, Prettiest and Cheapest Toy House In Shenandoah,
Engines, Hot I: and Ladders,
Patrol Wagons, Drays, Cook
Stoves, etc., 10c to $2.00.
Horses, Sheep, Donkeys,
Goats, etc., 10c to 3.00.
A big variety, from 10c to
Plush or Celluloid gifts.
Suitable for all ages.
, A stock which cannot be ex
celled in this county.
Main St., Shenandoah.
Rich Values now Avail
able to our Patrons.
One lot of Ladies' and Misses' fine Ker
sey Jackets, in black, castor and royal
blue, lined with roniaine silk, worth $10,
our price $7.50.
Another lot extra quality Kersey, in
black, tan, cartor& royal, lined through
out with be?t grade tancy taffeta silk,
value $12 50, our price jgio.oo.
Children's Long Coats, size-2 to 6 yrs,
in fine all-wool cloth, cardinal, blue and
green, collar and cape trimmed with fine
braid, value ?3.oo, our price $2.25. A
better quality cloth, extra heavy, in car
dinal, electric blue, navy and green,'
value $4. 75. our price $3-75-
Ladies' Plaid Winter Waists, made
from best quality English Flannelette,
real value 65 cents, our price 50 cents.
all wool cloth, lined, value $1. 69,
this lot $3. 35.
lias nchteved It greatest triumphs tn our
urlfatlc aud handsome stock of wall papers.
All the latent designs and fashionable shades
it ud cnlorliiKS iru embodied In our superb
Btock of art wall papers We have them from
$1 00 per roll for high art decorations to 0
cents per roll for bedroom, parlor, ball or
dlntiifr room pnpen.
All Artistic !
All Pretty i
224 West Centre St.
a very comfortable
Broad cloths, worth $12, at 7.50.
Heavy cloth coats, worth $6, ,$2.50.
Children's coals at half price
Now selling our stock oi HOLIDAY GOODS
at cut prices. Ii you have not made a present
yet, you can now purchase MUCH FOR
LITTLE HONEY. Come and see if there