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For Chappnl H unls. For Rough Skin. 20 cts Per Bottle. SHENANDOAH DRUG STORE, 3 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa. Telephone Connection. DAVISON'S Department Stores, Nos. 119-121.123 North Haiti Street. ""XATCH our space for special announcement. It will interest you and save you money, DAVISON'S Department Stores, Nos. 1 19-121-123 North Alain St. SOLOMON HAAK Agent for the Famous BERGNER & ENGEL Phila. Stock Ale, Sparkling Still Amber Ale, Bottled Pale Ale, B'.own.Stout, Half and Half, Beer ind Porter. Also agent for the Famous LORENZ SCHMIDT'S Mt. Carbon Beer, Porter and Lively Ales. A full line of the finest brands of Liquors, Wines, Cigars, &c. All orders left at Solomon Haak's, 116 South Main Street, Will receive prompt attention. SHOE BARGAINS. Men's Felt Boots with leather tops, worth $2.25. We are closing them out at $,60. Boys' Fine Felt Boots worth $1.90, are going at $1,30. 300 pairs of Ladies'- Shoes, actually worth $1.25, can be had for 85 CTS. Men's $3 Winter Russets, are selling at $2. 15. All our winter footwear is going at 50 percent, below regular prices. BOSTON 27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, Pa I. 8PON1, PROP. FOUR DOORS ABOVE POST OFFICE. REDUCED - PRICES PREVAIL AT OUR STORE. Groceries and Dry Goods. Philip Yarowsky, 213 WEST CENTRE ST.. SHENANDOAH. PA BEST LINE OF GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED, i HAY nd BTKAW. Floor and Table Oil Cloths. E. B. Foley, ,T-Wcee'itr. Bt. mm Cur and yon euro its consequences. Those nro sorno of the consequences of constipation : Biliousness, loss of appetite, pimples, pov stotnach, depression, coated tongue, night mare, palpitation, cold feet, debility, diz ziness, weakness, backache, vomiting, jaundico, piles, pallor, stiuh, irritability, nervousness, headache, torpid livoft heart burn, foul breath, sleeplessness, drowsi ness, hot skin, cramps, throbbing head Aro n Suro Cur a for Conmllpollon Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills are a specific for all diseases of the liver, stomach, and bowels. " I suffered from constipation which as sumed such an obstinate form that I feared It would cause n stoppage of the bowels. After vainly trying various remodies, I be gan to take Ayer'a Pills. Two boxes effected complete cure." D. BURKE, Saco, Me. "For eight years I was afflicted with constipation, which became so bad that the doctors could do no more for me. Then I began to take Ayer's PilU, and soon the bowels recovered their natural action." W..1. II. DeLAUCETT, D rset, Ont THE PILL THA T WILL. i;lTHY POINTS. dapperlings Throughout th Country Ghronlclnil for lliinty Perusitl. Exit Jauuary. The Hkuai.d's subscription llt is unite liea'tliy, tluiulc you. I ifteeu recruits wero enlisted at rotts Mo yesterday for the regular army. John w. binitu, of Cressotia, has been granted a pension of $13 a month, A drug store on South Slain street displays a caia : fostage stamps at cost." Funds to aid In establishing a free Hebrew school at Reading will bo ralsod by a ball. The reuunsylvauia Telephone Company will noxt week oxteud their linos to McAdoo Ashland Council meets to-morrow night. when tho electric railway question will again be ventilated. Patrick Welsh, the solid citien of East Mahauoy township, has again been uomin ated for Supervisor. Telephone communication will soon be es tablished between several of the principal lork and Lancaster county towns. A new tunnel is to bo driven at the Locust Gap colliery. Bids will bo recoived at the otlico until Feb. 10th. The Degree of Pocahontas, Juniata Council No. 31, will meet this evening in their U"w wigwam in Keilly's hall. Lettor carriers of tho Lehigh Valley or ganized at a meeting in Bethlehem, with Sol unon Strauss, of Easton. as president. Tho l'ol Uvillo Hospital will luceivo $3,185 for the caro uf tho sick soldiers who were treated at that institution. Next Thursday vwill be observed In the Catholic churches as Candlemas Hay. Ap propriate services will bo conducted. After this evening all pool tables in rooms adjoining saloons will bavo to bo dispensed with, according to the new ruling of court. Dr. John D. Iteilly, who for several jears has been located at ilahanoy City, left yester day for Pittston, where he will permanently locate. John M. Rine, of McKee's Half Falls, whoso funeral took placo yesterday, was the wealthiest man in Snyder county, his estate be I in: estimated at 3300.000. Engineers yesterday began tho work of staking out the lino of the proposed trolley road from Hsuhacb up tho Ileckschersville valley. The Philadelphia & Reading Company will erect, large car simps at senuyiKiu iiaven The bids for their construction will bo opened on Wednesday. Miss Eva Brewer, the accomplished daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Brewer, left for Chambersburg yesterday, whero she will enter a seminary to Lake up a course in music. The examinations of applicants for the position of Mine Inspector of tho 8th district,, to succeed Inspector John Mnguire, whose term expires, will begin to-morrow at PutHvillo. Thrown from his carriage in a runaway accident, J. Rowland Musclilitz, of Raubs- ville, Northampton county, was so badly in jured that bis death is oxpected. Superintendent Quiuley, of Oil City, it is announced, will succeed P. A. Both as super intendent in the Pottsville district for the Prudential Insurauco Company. 'Squire J. J Fernsler, of Pottsville, ac cused of violating the peusion laws, was held in $500 bail fur trial in tho U. S. court. Aunie, the 11-year-old daughter of Isaac Reynard, fell at Tamaqua and fractured sev eral small bones of her leg. A bill has been introduced in the Legisla ture to provide pay for School Directors. The mortgage on St. Patrick's church Pottsville, was reduced $1,500 during the past year. Over $0,000 was rccoivod,aud ex pended during that period. Ex-Deputy Attorney General Wilbur F, Reeder, of Bolfefontc, has been appointed Judge Advocate- General of tho Second Na tional Guard Brigade, under General Charles Miller. Bojtus contracts for supplies wero made at Allcntown by a man claiming to be the advance aeent' of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, and the showmen offer $800 reward for Jiis arrest. A coal oil lamp exploded over Uora Burk- liurdt, of Bethlehem, and her aged mother, In saving her, was severely burned. Deed. Jteoorded. From Nathan W. Boddall and wife to Maty Wagner, premises in Port Carton: from Sheriff of Schuylkill county to Tubhw Gear hart, premises in Mahanoy City; from Tobias Gearhart and wife to Jonas Ilein, premises in Mahanoy City; from John C. Ktiapp and wife t Peter Tiraony, premises in Mahauuy City; from L. W. Welsslnger and wife to John C. Knapp, premises in Mahanoy City; from W. P. Ramsey, assignee, to L. W Weieslnger. premises In Mahanoy City; from Sarah Snyder et vir to John L,. J hornton, premises in Union township; from U. U. Nye and wife to A. E. Sehrefller etal, premises in Tamaqua; from Lewis lloppos and wife et al ti Daniel Reinert, premises In West Penn township; from Daniel Reinert et al to Richard Combe, premises In West Penn town ship; from Charles II. Davis, guardian, to Mary A. Davis, premiss in 'Tamaqua; from Lavjoa Hawk et vir to Charles Phillips, premises In Wayne township. Many People Cannot Drink cofTee at night. It spoils their sleep. You can drink Uralu-O when you please and sleep like a top. For Qraln-O does not stimulate; it nourishes, cheers and feeds. Vet It looks and taitcs like the beet cofTee. For nervous persons, young people and children Qraln-0 lathe perfect drink. Made from pure-grains. Get a package fruin yonr grocer to-day. Try It m place of coU'oe. IS and 25c. Ay MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. II, ,y Uninjured, Hut tlm Homo Ho Wan HI. ling KHtrri. A thrilling nreldcttt occttra-d yostorday sftvriiiHiti at the place where the P. & It. Iltllway crotwen the turnpiko wist of tho Turkey Uuti colliery and It Is nurprUltig that there Is no loM of life to record. Ahoy had a miraculous escape from death. The horse he was riding was so badly Injured that it had to 1o killed. An empty timber wagon drawn by tlireo horses whs nn Its way from tho Win. Peiiu colliery Tho outfit was owned by D.uiiel K. Troy, a tliiibarnmti of Beaver Viitloy, fniy was seated on the wagon. Two horses were hitehed tugethor and Troy's 11- ymr ild son was on the buck of the hort In the luad. Tho dirt banks hldo from view trains that approach from the east towards the highway and, not infrequently, thoy alio prevent the sounds of hell and whistle from being heard. As the timber timm approached tho railroad a man who was walking from Win. Penn to this town, and who was In a position to have a clear vlow onstwardly along tho railroad, as well as southwardly along tho turnpike, saw that tho toamstor was approaching dancer. lie shouted to tho teamster nnd waived ids arms abovo his head as a danger signal, but neither Troy nor his son paid at tention to hi nr. The man continued his warning signals without effect. Tho boy who was on tho lead horse slid alter tho accident that he did not realize tho meaning of the man's actions, and his father's vlow was ob scured by tho horses. Just as tho lead horso reached tho crossing a west-bound engine rushed upon tho spot. The horo was thrown In such a position that the engine cut otl one of its legs! The boy was hurled fully fifty feet from tho track and, straugo to say, was comparatively "un injured, Of course be was considerably bruised by tho fall upon tho frozen ground. Tho father retained bis presence of mind and secured immediate control of the two remain ing horses after the ono in tho lead had been torn from tho pole fastenings, Both horses were knocked down by the shock, but immediately regained their fect and would have dashed away with probable disaster to tho elder Troy, had not tho latter acted as promptly as he did, The engine that struck tho team was No. 539, in chargo of Conductor Foulk and John Thompson, engineer. Troy and his sun proceeded to their home immediately after tho accident. Most Singular Thing It is a singular fact, hut nouo the less true. that peoplo who are s ck or out of health and are taking treatment from doctors, do not know exactly what is tho matter with them One doctor says one tiling and another doctor' says something else Meanwhile they do not get well. Now, why is this? Simply that such persons have not consulted tho right doctor, havo uot consulted n great specialist who, becauso ho makes a specialty of the treatment and euro of chronic and lingering diseases, and becauso of his vast experience in treating the class of diseases like your complaint, knows just precisely what alls you from your symptoms, and moreover has from his great experience the exact knowl edge of what medicines your caso requires to be cured. For instance, tho famous Dr. Grceno. of 35 West 14th St., Now York City, who standi .at the head of specialists in nervous and chrpuic diseases, has cured thousands of cases like yours. lie, there fore, will perfectly uuderstind your disease, and if you consult bim, eilher personally or by letter, ho will tell you or writo you ex actly what your complaint is. Although Dr. Greone has the largest practice in this coun try, ho gives everybody the privilege of con sultation with him, freo of charge, and if you will write him about your case, you will receive, without cost to you, the best medical advice and counsel about your coujplalut, which advice, if followed, will lead to your cure. Dr. Greene's system of treatmont by harmless vegetable medicines is the wonder of medical scleuce. One of his grand dis coveries, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and uervo remedy, is known and used all over the world, and ho has equally marvelous remedies for various complaints. You want to know what your troublo Is, why not write to tho Doctor and find out. Coco Argollno, the genuine article, for sale at Klrlin's drug store. 10-0-tf AN INDIAN MURDERER'S FATE. Pan 1 ill meat Tlint Ilefell Him In a Primitive Mexican Tribe. Speaking of primitive law among the Mexican Indians brings to mind a curious case that was told mo soma years ago In tho state of Oaxaca by an old Zapoteca chief who had bocoino a convert to Chris tianity. Ho said that n long while ago an Amer ican botanist was traveling through the mountains of Oaxaca studying the rare and beautiful flora of that region. Ho had with him a inozo from another part of tho country. Ho carried several goldplocos sewed In the lining of his jaokct. The mozo became aware of that fact, and one day, when the botanist got down on his knees to drink at a llttlo spring, tho mozo cut his head oft with a machete, took tho goldpleces and fled to the higher slorrns. Not long after the body was found by somo Zapoteca Indians who had seen tho botanist in former days studying tho flow ers and plants near their village. Thoy know that ho was a harmless and good man becauso ho loved the flowers. All Mexican Indians lovo flowers. So they took tho body to tho chief and told him what they had seen and found. The old chief was very indignant. "Whntl" ha said "Shall tho kind stranger with the white face who loved flowers and sought not our goods nor Insulted our women coma to such a dog's death among us and not be avenged? Ho then dispatched four swift Indian runners In different directions with orders not to return without tho murderer. After a week's time they returned bearing the malefactor bound In their midst. A coun cil of old men was called and the caso wai examined. The guilt of tho mozo wai proved, as ho still had with him tho strange pieces of gold. Then the old chief gave the sentence. It was speedily performed. They led the trembling murderer to tho center of the llttlo pluza. There four green stakes wors driven In tho ground. Tho murderer wai stripped nuked nnd stretched by tho wrlst'i unci feet in tho air among the four stakes, to which ho was lashed. Then the In dlans made n great heap of unslaked lime under tho wretched man's body, and when tho hoop touched his breast and sides thoy poured water over lt-untll the scalding steam of tho burning lime had cooked all the flesh from tho bones. Then thoy took tho bouos and throw them Into a holo on the mountain sido. And so was tho stain of tho murdered man's blood covered and vengeance was wrought by tho Indians In behalf of "the white stranger who was good and loved flowers. "City of Mexico Two Hepubllos An lSamy lllildnnce. Mr. Hardrooks By George, ! was re lieved this morning! Mrs. Hardrocks Why, Silas, howf Did somebody pick your pocket!" Mr. Hardrooks No Young I'erklelgh came In to see me. 1 thought ho was cer tainly after our daughter, but ho merely wanted to borrow $10. Ho'll never bother us any mora I let hlnj liavu It. Olovo- Pland Leader. "Neglected colds make fat graveyards. ' Dr. Wood's Norway Pine 8yrup helps men and women to a happy, vigorous old age. MUNYON'S GUARANTEE. Itronsr AaaerUon nn to Jn.t What tlis nemedlea Will Uo. Munjon (ru.r.nt.n that hla Itheem.llim i Vutt will cure nein all ca.es of rbeuma tlrm fa a few lxmrei that bla Dj.pepsla Our. will cure Indication and all atomach troubleef tbat hli Kltln.f Cura will tura 00 par cent, f all ca.ea of kidney trouble) tbat Ma Ca tarrh Cure will cora catarrh no matter how loni standing; that bta Headache Cure will cure an kind of beadacbo la a few mlnutea; tbat hla Cold Cure will mitrkle break un anr form of cold and so en throurh tbe entire list of remedies. At all dragjrlsta, 25 cents a tl. It you need medical advice write Prof. Ifjinroa, 1S00 Arch at., ttiUa. It fa abiolut.lr frelf Dentils mid l''titlfrnt. Mrs. Joseph Dusch died at her home in Tamaqua Sunday night, leaving a husband and ono child. Funeral to-morrow, Inter ment at Ashland. Jaboz Payne, formally years a resident of Ashland, and atone time land agent for the P. & 11. It R. Co., died at tho insane depart ment of tho Almshouse at Schuylkill Haven. Ho was 73 years old. Ex-Deputy Controller B. W, Payne-Ih a nephew of tho deceased. Mrs. Mary, wife of Thomas Rutlcdgo, dlod at her homo In Mt. Pleasant, on Sunday night after a brief Illness, aged SO years. Tho funeral of Mrs. John Mootz will take placo at Pottsvlllo to-morrow morning. Nows has been recoived of tho death of Henry Maubeck at his home at Napiorvillc, Illinois. Ho was a former resident of this county and a brother to tho lato Enoch Man beck, of Rlugtown. Tho wife and daughter of James Noble, formerly of Pottsvlllo, died at their homo at Gadsdon, Ala,, and thoir youngest daughter is seriously ill. Many residents of Shenandoah will regret to learn of the death of John A. Guldln, formerly proprietor of the Commercial Hotel at this place. Ills death occurred at Eldrcd, McKeaii county, on Sunday, whero ho con ducted a hotel. Ho was ill several weoks from brain fever, and death was duo to meningitis. Funeral will take place to morrow nt Pottsvlllo, from tho residence of the deceased's father. Andrew Morrison, a former resident of town, died at lib homo in Summit Hill yes terday from illness precipitated by an attack of grip. Ho was 40 years old and is survived by his wlfo and two daughters. Tho an nouncement of Ills death occasioned much surprise here, us Mr. Murrisou was a visitor to town about a week ago ami appeared to be enjoying excellent health, Tlio deceased was a member of Shcnaudoali Lodge No. 511, F.fc A. M., and Shenandoah Lodgo No, S91, I. O. O. F of town. There are several near rclatlvos of the deceased in this town. A messago from Mlllorsbtirg, Dauphin county, announces the death of Agnes, wife of L. E. Bowman, at that place this morn ing. She had been ill several weeks and death was duo to grip, followed by bcait failure. The deceased was 01 years old und Is survived by her husband and tho follow ing children: Mrs. G, G. Clause.-, of town; Mrs. H. G. Bogar, Mrs. W. H. Miller, Miss Elizabeth Bowman, Ira T., Itoscoe A, and T. Ross Bowman, all of Millersburg; and U. E. Bowman, of Ilarrisburg. Tho funeral of Charles II. Blew, au aged and respected resident of Rush township, who died suddenly on Saturday afternoon fronuparalysis of tho heart, took placo thin afternoon. Interment was made at Barnes- vllle. He was 03 years old and a veteran of the civil war,' having served In Co. 07lh Rest., Pa. Vol. WllJIam Scbwendor, who moved from Mahanoy City to New Ringgold about six months ago, died at the latter place yester day. He was A3 years old and a veteran ol the civil war. His .wife and eight children survive. Robert Grafton, the miner who died at tbo Miners' hospital un Sunday from burns re ceived In the Gllbcrton colliery last Wednes day, will bo buried in the Odd Fellows' cemetery at Glrard ville to-morrow. CIDER A BACTERICIDE. The Ilevcrnite Declared to He n. Spe cific ARnlnHt Typhoid Ferer Cider was regarded by tho lato Edmond de Goucourt as tho drink of dry, hard headed, reasoning mon, but his judgment was probably biased by tho traditional prejudice of the French against tho cnlcu-. latlng and wily "Norinand." It maybe remarked that tho Devonshire people, who are tho cider drinkers of England, do not appear to liavo this character, though they ore certainly Intelligent. Literary mon, owing to their partial, hasty or superficial vlows, uro prone to fall Into many errors ol this kind, especially when dealing with the characters of races and peoples. They do not patiently and repeatedly look at the matter all round or tako the long tlmo required to sift It to tho bottom and so arrlvo at the truth. In short, thoy hnvonot tho sclontlilo habit of m)nd which might savo them from very erroneous con clusions and tho propagation of pernicious popular mistakes. At tho samo tlmo there Is no doubt that the liquor a man habitual ly drinks has somo influence on his mind, and It Is posslblo tlint tho acidity of elder sharpens tho wits "Ho who drinks boot thinks beer," is an old saying with some foundation. Be that as it may, the Pasteur institute nns. recently found that cider Is a bacteri cide Tho Normans often make cldor with dirty water, and ovon protend that pure water does not make good cider. The In stitute, Investigating Normnn cider In search of bacteria, 1ms observed that tho bacillus of typhoid dies In cider In two to 18 hours, owing to acidity. Tho elder should contain at least S3 per cent ol mnl la ncld to produce this effect, otherwise tho bacillus will exist for tlireo or four days, and If the liquor is nouter, for more than HO days. Ordinary older, howover. possesses at least 2 per cent of mallo aciu, arm cousoquontly if it Is not drunk for 18 or 20 hours thcro U no danger ol typhoid fever. London Globo. Annual Sains overG,O00,000 Boaes FOR BILIOUS AHD KERVOUS DISORDERS such as Wind and Pain In the Stomach. Giddiness. Fulness after meals, Head ache, Dlzzln- ss, Drowsiness. Flushings of Heat. Loss of Appetite, Costlveness. Blotches on tbo Skin, Odd Chills. DIs turbod Sleep. Frightful Dreams and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations. TRB FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IH TWENTY MINUTES. Every sufferer will acknowledge them to bo A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. IIUIXII AM'H 1MM.S, taken as direct ed, wl quickly restoro Females to com plete health. They promptly remove obstructions or Irregularities of tho sys tem nnd euro (tick Headache. For a Weak Stomach Impaired Digestion Disordered Liver IN MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN Boocham's Pills aro Without a Rival And btra tlie LARGEST SALE Of any Patent Medicine lntlie World. 25c. at all Drug Stores. TIlK WKATIlKIt, Tho forecast for Wednesday. Cloudy weather and nearly stationary temperature, wilh snow slid high winds or gates en and noar the coasts north of Hattoras, as a Gulf storm ndvarccs north. RAPPAHANNOCK NOTES. Packer colliery No. (I worked n days and ono hour last week. Mis Mary Craig, who spent the past year in Philadelphia, Is home again. A grand ball will bo held In tho Rappahan nock school house on Tuesday evening, Feb. 14th, for the benefit of James Franey. Joseph Glhhons, of Philadelphia, Is visit ing his friends here. Mis Sadie Dully was a Mahanoy City visitor yesterday. The employes' of all tho Packer colllcilcs received their pay for tho time worked dur ing the first half of January on Saturday. It was tho poorest ay the employes of Packer No. B received since It started opera tions las.t August, but for next pay thoy havo 10 days aud 3 hours. Michael King was nominated for Super visor at tho Democratic primaries in East Butler. Michael Mularkcy spent Sunday with Lost Creek friends. Appointed Minn Foreman. Jtwcph Blcrschmidt, of Mt. Cnrtnol, has been appointed foreman of tho Locust Spring colliery, at Locust Gap, operated by tho Philadelphia & Reading Company. He will succeed tho late William Krah, who died last week. pi - -"rv.s f tho Globe for EUlMTISiV. NEURALGIA and similar Complaints, anJ prepared imdT tho Btrineent PRMAU M P II I ft A I I AWS proscntiea by eminent phys!cunsi DR. RICHTER S (fa Mnunn 5V PAIN EXPELLEE.' world ronowned ! TleTTmrlr ablv nurcrMf nt 1 Onlv crnnino with Trade Mark Anchor.' F. Ad. UtchtorA.Co.v ill.'. lVarlSt.y 2tew York. 31 HIGHEST AWARDS. 13 Branch Homes. Own Glassworks. 23&80eu. Endorsed & recommended by A. Wasley, 106 IT. Main St., n. Haeenbnch. 103 N. Main St.. .r.o. iurun, 6 B.MainSt.y. oneuanaoan. . DR. RICHTER'S " "ANCHOR" STOMACHAL n.t fn slii" ill ii ' i iunii"i"C i'iMi" JSJ MISCELLANEOUS. 1TANTKU AT ONCK. SerTlccB offc'ew i I Indies and gentlemen, for which will bo Riven sou per month ana stejxuy employment. H. II. AVoodward Co, Thoa. II. GufTy, General Photograph Gallery, 15 and 17 West Centre ntrtct, second Moor, 8 to 11 a. m., 2 to 8 p m. It JAOrt SALE, Itobblns' opera bonne. Also P private dwellings In the Third. Fourth and Fifth wards of Shenandoah. Apply to I llobblns, No. 162 Academy street. Wilkesbarre, Pa. 1.271m JnOIt SAMS OU. RISNT. On account of re- moval, I have for sale a brick building, centrally located, heated by Bteam, gas through out and up-to-date In every respect. $2,000 down and halnnce on time. No reasouahle offer refused. For full particulars apply on pictnises or to V. Czyzewsky, 112 East Centre St. 1-20-tf FOU KENT. Store room and dwelling, suita ble for butcher, barber, etc.; centrally located and rent reasonable. Apply to 12. O. llrobst, grocer, cor Jardln arid Centre streets, tf AHAItGAIN In Shenandoah, East Centre real estate. . Easy terms of payment, monthly, qu titer!' or semi-annually. 81,000 in cash (lov ii, Old hotel or restaurant stand, small stop or dwelling. Sccuiity Building and Saving 17- Inn, Scranton, Pa 12-9-20t-eod 1710U SAM2. A square back driving sleigh, ' carriage, road wagon, truck wagon, har ness, robes and bltnkcts. A good opportunity for any buyer. Apply to Jesse Davis 31 South White street. M3-t! 7710 K RENT. torcroom and dwelllntr. No. 10 JJ South Slain street, now occupied by Mrs.. j. j. uuny. i'otsestion given immediately. All modern conveniences. Apply to Frank Schmidt, 111 North Maiu St. l-ll-2w-eow Vf ANTED A bright and active young man f T of gentlemanly appearance and manners to do local canvassing. $o0 a week can bo made. Address letter to ii, HkualdoOIcu. l-7tf NOTICE. Desirable properties for sale. Ap ply to S. U. M. II oil ope ter, attorney, Shenandoah. -31 tf Our Meats TEMPTING FRESH, Are PUICES .'. "'' TENDER, The PREVAIL. JUICY. Best. BIO. 19 II. OAK STREET. NLY A Br IF r And then our big sacrifice sale will be at an end, and if you have not taken advant age of it to buy yourself a good OVERCOAT Or SUIT it is you who is the loser. Just think ! A Suit or Ovqrcoat, worth .heretofore $10 and $12, during this sale only fc 3. SO. In a mammoth store like ours you are bound to be pleased, both in quality and prices. Our entire stock of hats is included in this sale, and we are selling latest style hats worth $1.50 to $2 for 6nly 75c. Stylish reefer and junior. Children's suits, worth $3.50 to $5, for this sale only, $1.50. Mammoth Clothing House, Nos, 9 and 11 South Main Street. flafc, Swift, Superb Tnitellti to New fork by rhllndeliihln and lteadlnc ltoute. Tho Philadelphia and Readiig ltoute to New York has been noted sluco Its Incoption for tho special attention given by the man agement to Insuro the comfort and safoty of Its patrons and whilo sacrificing neither of these Important points to speed, at tue samo time managing to kcop In the front with , swift traveling trains. It Is but a short time since a trip to Now York was considered qui to a journey, and on account of tho tlmo consumed and dis comforts of traveling never attempted unless entirely necessary, but under tho changed conditions, caused by modern Improvements, It Is but a short, pleasant trip and on no line aro these Improvements more In use than on tbo Philadelphia and Beading ltoute, neither tlmo or money bolng spared In tho effort to socitro everything that will condtico to the comfort, ssfety nnd convenience of travelers. Tho fat trains for Now York lcavo Head ing Terminal, Philadelphia, at convenient bouts, conucctlng at Columbia avontio and other stations with express trains from Potts vlllo, Wllliamsport and other points in the coal and lumber regions. For tlmo of trains, rate of fare, and other Information, apply to any Philadelphia and Heading ticket r.Ecnt, or address Edsou J. Weeks, Gcn'l Passenger Agent, Philadelphia. Grip's Ravages Doomed. So much mUery aud so many deaths have been caused by tho Grip, that every one should know what a wonderful remedy for this malady is found in Dr. King's New Dlscovory. That distressing stubborn cough, that Inflames your throat, robs you of sleep. weakons your system and paves tho way for Consumption is quickly stopped by this matchless euro. If vou have chills and fovor, pain in the back of the head, soreness In bones aud muscles, sore throat and that cough that grips your throat like a vice, you need Dr. King's New Discovery to cure your Grin, and liroveut Pnoumonla or Consump tion. Prlco 60 cts and f 1.00. Money back If nor cureu. A trial bottle treo at A. Wasiey's drug storo. re I Flret Urol Insuro yonr property from loss In the oldest and strongest cash companies : Phlla. Underwriters Insurance Co.' of North America aud Fire Association, Hartford Fire Ins, Co., American Fire Insurance Co., Westchester Fire Ins. Co., United Firemen's Ins. Co. T. T. Williams, 12.1 S. Jardin St.. Shenandoah Young Mothers. CroiiD is the terror of thousands of young mothers because its outbreak Is so agonizing aud frequently fatal. Sblloh's Cough and Consumption Cure acts like magic in cases of croup. It has never been known to fall. The worst cases relieved immediately. Prlco 25 cts., SO cts. aud f 1.00. Sold by P. D. Kirlln and a guarantee. Buy Keystone Hour. Be snre that tho name Lessiq & Baku, Ashland, Fa., Is printed on fiverv inV COLUMBIA BREWING COMPANY Brewers of the Finest and Purest BEER, PORTER, ALE, WEISS BEER. Our products are seldom equalled and never sui passed. Private families supplied at short notice by our own special delivery. sssipipsqsjsipfipqspsjsifsjtipip(sjtnjsjsjt iNS) C O U PO N . This coupon Is good for ono Bhcet of mupla by tasking a purchase, regardless of amount, nt Brumrn's Jewelry Store. Cut out this Cou- pon and receive a sheet of music FflEE OF CHARGE. ibvlivbdivl(UVduVbvlil(ikilildilil.vlilvl.vlvlvbilivbvli rRABOWSKY HOTEL, M. GRAB0WSKY, Prop. 819 N. Centre St., Pottsville, Ia. Kino old Whiskeys, Gins ond Wines, at the bar. A choice line of Cigars and Temper ance Drinks. Accommodations for travelers. Meals at all hour Great Anniversary Sale ! To successfully celebrate the first anniversary of our business in town, we will offer all of our goods for the next "25 days at cost.1 We do this, to increase our number of friends and customers. Here are some of our bargains : Hen's Winter Russets, leather lined, trippled sole, worth $4 00 ; will be sold at $2.oo. Hen's $1.25 shoes for 99 cents. Ladles' shoes, 80 cents and upward. 1,500 hats, worth from $i.2$ to $3.oo ; ean be bought from 75 cents to $1.25. These prices will prevail at this sale only. Come and convince yourself. FACTORY SHOE STORE, No. 7 South Main St. Abe Levlne. Prorj. SHORT TIME YET ! GOLDIN, Proprietor. BAD EYES Arc what we are looking for. It is to be regretted that there are so ninny of that sort in this day and age, but they must be cared for, and if we cannot correct them when a glass will do the work, nobody can. No matter what you think the trouble is, don't do a thing until you see us. That will cost you nothing and may save you something. Thos. Buchanan, 118 S. Mairr Street. EVAN J. DAVIES. Livery and Undertaking, Nn. 13 North Jardln SL Renovated, Refurnished, Re-established. Lakeside Hotel ! B. J. YOST, Prop. This popular hostelry is now open lor the entertainment of sleighing and skating larties. Dancing pavillion always heated. Excellent skating on the lakes, and supper served to parties on short notice. We do Shampooing at Yonr Home. Special Attention J Given to Ladies, a I A Postal Card Will Bring Us. 1 f w. g: Duster i l Tonsorial Parlors, I . FerRuson House Block. &biklitliuVuViliiliilivblibuVuVuVliuVilidi)ikbibtiuV Home-Bred Canaries' For breeding purposes. All good singers. They are far better than the unacclamated imported birds from Germany. JAPANESE-..GOLD FSh and glolio. All kinds of pigeons. We also sell o.tners' supplies and Mrllllng'niachliea. DAVID HOPKIN S, 10n luist Centre street, .Shenandoah, l'a. New Groceries. Flour, good brands, from $1 90 a hundred upward. Fresh butter at 20 cents per. pound. Fresh eggs ulwa; s (m bond. Canned Gfpods. SIMON LBVINrafetreSts. UobbW Ilulldlng frf -vf' TlR. A O. MORGAN. - 1 s XJ v Civ PutT.Annr.pitiAx J iiiiuuiniii uaBinuiiH v cjj vuiiyu, ai .UllWl Jurtlin street, will have pfUce hours dally. Dr. Callen's ofltco hours being from .1:30 to 8:06 r III nnir,.f)n tnQnlln l.nM t.. ... ifiui .f t,v. . an, uuj, UAWJH Auurs uay eteninj nnd Sundays. A Handsome Complexion I Is one of the greatest charms a woman can! possess Pozzoni's Comflbzioh Fowdbb gives it. f P ' '