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HAS ITS PLACE In nil systems of medicine, ami It la fre quently called for In proscriptions. It Is ovl lent,thercforo, that no guesswork must lio per mitted In compounding proscriptions nor a to quality of tlio drugs employed. X Our Prescription Dopartment It In competent hands, onit our long i coord of successful oxperlrnce warra'ts us In guaranteeing absolute accuracy and purity Shenandoah Drug Store, 3 South Main St., Shenandonh. Telephone Connection. THE NEWEST THINGS! When it pours down you may remember that all that is new and serviceable in umbrellas ' may be found at our store. We solicit you to call on us and promise you a feast for your eyes if you love the nicest things in men's furnishings, etc. Portz Bros., 24 North Main Street. Fall and Winter Footwear. Don't buy elsewhere until you see our stock. It is a winner and so are the prices attached to every pair ol shqes, 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. BOSTON E, 27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, Pa. I. SPONT, PROP. FOUR DOORS ABOVE POST OFFICE. Special Sale ! SPECIAL VALUES IN STOVES and HEATERS THIS WEEK. DEPARTHENT STORES, Nos. 119-121-123 North Mnln St. Confectionery Is worth a trial. Buy It from tin. We sell you fine confec tionery at prices you pay 'or cneap giuco preuaruuoiia Try our 23 cents worth of bread checks. It entitles- you lo seven i oaves. 1 Oc Regular size cup cake 7c. l oc Regular size sponge cake Sc. Boston Bakery, B. Morganstcln. 237 W. Centre 8treet' ,faodTvgw.5r,ovtwo nur.'h aa immowd mbussj We do good honest eye work. We have many testi monials in this valley, because we use the very latest methods in testing your eyes and charge only reasonable prices for eye glasses or spectacles, Thos. Buchanan, Jeweler and Optician, No. 118 South Main Street. Edward Early's Saloon, Cor. Oak street and Pear alley. Very convenient to the rear entrance of the lockup. FREE : LUNCH : SERVED : ALL : DAY. Thanksgiving ! NFU Raisins, 1 & Prunes. California Peaches, nitron. Lemon Peel. Orange Peel, All Kinds of Nuts. We are still selling lots of 0c coffee. It Is loots coffee. See what you buy. E3. A. Friedman, 213 W. Centre St. Two doors below Mull' dairy. COURT AT POTTSVILLE. (Contlnueil from Flrnt Page.) ball by Justtro Nlckol, of Pottsvillo, cliaryeri bj I. V. Doyle, of the formor place, with extorting $2 mora In fees Inn common assault nnd battery raise than Is prescribed by law. TJio defendant whs but recently discharged from prison aftor serving h term for oon- piracy. Doylo, the prosecutor. Is a hotel- keeper, and on Monday, wlin the Constables nude their returns, jiidgo Heutiltig, who presided, questioned tho olllcerof that baili wick whether he, tho ofllcer. had not re ceived a uotico that Doylo sold liquor on Sun day, nud whether he had visited tho place to ascertain the facts. In was Intimated that 'Squire Devlno was the informant. M. M. lliirke, haii,, Is counsel for the ptosecutor. l-OUBT NOTKH. Collectors Fred. Ilruno. of Kllno township, and William llaguor, of Creasoiia, mado payments on their 1899 county tax duplicates this morning. DISAPPOINTED ROBBERS. Tliry Carry Away a Desk, Hut net I.lttle Ilooty From tt. Robbers visited tho butcher shop of John G. liausor, corner of Cherry and Chestnut streets, at an oarly hour this morning. They gained entrance by forcing open a window of the kitchen, whieh adjoins tho rear of the shop office. They escaped by way of the kitchen door.whlch Mauser found open when he descended from the floor above after being aroused by tbe barking of a dog IIo found a small writing desk missing from the office and traced It to Maybcrry alley, about ISO feet south of the butcher shop. The desk bad been forced opon, but all tho robbeis se cured from It was a dollar's worth of revenue stamps. A mackintosh, small light-colored coat and a pair of shoes wero also taken from tho office. Tho robbers have not been traced. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. M. II. Burke and her sister, Miss II I M. Foloy, visited frlcuds nt Pottsville to-day. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bobbins have gone to Philadelphia to witness tbe sights at the ex-1 port exposition. M, D. Malone spent to day transacting business at tbe county seat. W. M. Brewer went to Heading tbis mora ine, on a business mission. Mrs. P. J. Croary went to Pottsville and St. Clair this morning to visit iriends. P. Y. Blerstein spent to-day transacting business at Mabanoy Plane. Mine Inspector Stein and J. J. Curd in went to Pottsville this morning to appear us wit nesses in a case before tbe grand jury. Mrs Proscott and daughter, of Fraekvllle, were guests of friends In town yesterday. Max Schmidt, of shauiokin, was a briof visitor to town to-day. Station Agent John II. Martin and wife have returned home from a two week's visit to Sunbury, Snydertown and Philadelphia. Mrs. Cornelius Davenport is improving and her rocovory is assured. This will be pleasaut news to tho friends of tho family. Dr. J. P. Cohorts is spending tho day in Philadelphia. Charles L. Fowler has changed his family residence from North West to East Coal street. Misses Katie Bevan and Ida Phillips wero entertained by Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Womer, at Wra. Penn, last evening. Mrs. Charles Uabn.of Philadelphia, is tho guest of Mr, and Mrs. James Patterson, on West Oak street. Councilman William McGuIre left for New York City this morning io attend the funeral of a relative. Marriages. Charles Q. Niece and-Miss Katie Cooper, two well known young peoplo of Pottsville, were married at that place last evening and left shortly afterwards on an extended wedding tour. Mr. Niece was a former res! dent of Shenandoah. Gustav Appestadt and Miss Mary Ililden brandt, of Pottsville, were married last even ing. Herman C, Horn, of Philadelphia, and Miss Sue A. Snyder, of Pottsville, were joined in matrimony, and will reside in tbe former place. At the home of Jtobert Allison, in Port Carbon, the marriage of his daughter, Miss Nellie, and N. H. Snyder, of Philadelphia, was solemnized last evening. John L. Allison and Miss Katie Griflen were married at Sbamokin at St. Edward's church by Eev. Father Koch. Tho marriage of William Miller, employed as brakeman on tbe P. & B. road, and Miss Mame MacMillan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MacMillan, of Tamaqua, is to take place the latter part of December, Last evening Miss Annie iiowells, of Tur key Bun, and Carl If. Lauer, of Ashland, were joined in marriage at the parsonago of the First Baptist church of town, Kev. D. 1. Evans officiating. The bride is a sister of Councilman David Uowells, and is well and favorably known. Several relatives and friends of the contracting parties witnessed the ceremony. They will reside In Ashland, Torrance Mltcholl, of Wiggans, and Miss Agnes Quinn, of Mabanoy City, were pro nounced man and wife yesterday, Tbey will reside at the latter place upon their re turn from a bridal tour. Last evening Hugh Burns and Miss Annie O'Bourke, two well known Mabanoy City young people, wero married in St, Canicus church. A Card. We, tbe undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50-cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar if it falls to cure your cough or cold. Wo also guaran tee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or money refunded. A. Wasley, C. H. Hageubuch, Shenandoah Drug Store, P.W. Blerstein & Co. SK GAUGHAN'S.H Ladles' Wal-ts In plaids, plain cloth, mercerized 'satteen and mobulr In plain, tucked and braided fronts, from SO cents to $2.50. MIWI mt PITHY POINTS. ltppnlngs Throughout the Country Ohrnnlolml for Hasty I'nrnsnl. There are 170 prisoners lu the county Jail. The short days nro gradually rrawliug upon us. Altoona's tlnplato mills will bo closed down during December. Tho Borough Council meets In regular sawlmi this evening. It will pay tho render to carefully peruso our advertising columns. Shenundoah Bcpubllenns will ha to a cand idate for Sheriff next year. Over one hundred now buildings have been erected at Tuumtiuii this year. Art Mull papeisat Catilln's for 5 and 0 cents per roll. Come and see them. tf The Baltimore Cheap Storo has removed from 30 East Cuntro stroct to 105 North Main street. Tho Pension Examining Board mot In Pottsvlllo yesterday and examined several applioants. TheMt. Carmel Gas Light Company, of Mt. Carmcl, $50,000 capital, was granted a charter at llarrisburg. By a tall of 40 feet at tho St. Clair colliery, William Simmons, a boy, sustained injuries which may provo fatal. Peter Litsch, of Mahanoy City. Is a candi date for the Dcmocratio nomination for Jury Commissioner noxt year Hugh O'Donnell, tho hero of Homestead, wi ll-known in this vicinity, is now with the Philadelphia Nortii American. About one-half of the Lancaster tobacco crop has boon Bold by tho growors to doalors at from soven to ulno cents a pound. Shamokln has a colored tortuno-teller who Is making a specialty of estranging man nnd wife. Tho law has her now in its moshos. An official count gives 2300 votes an tho majority by which John F. Budke, Eepub llotui, is elected State Senator in tbo Wash-iugton-Beavcr district. Five inches of snow covorod the Pocono re gion in Monroe county yesterday morning, but it nearly all vanished during the day, under a downpour of rain. The cars of the Lakeside Electric Railway Company appeared to-day with clean win dows and tho passengers expressed delight upon being ablo to view the scenery along the lino. Lyman II. Howo, of Wllkcsbarro, who gave a moving picture exhibition in town last winter for the benefit of the Imp. Order of Bed Men, lost most of his outfit by fire at Oswego, N. Y., theatre last week. Working Night and Day. The busiest and mightiest little tiling that ever was made is Dr. King's New Life Pills, livery nill is a sugar-coated globule of health, that changes weakness into strength, listless- ness into energy, urain-fag into mental power. They're wonderful in building up the health. Only 25b per box. Sold by A. Wasley, GIKAKDVII.LK. The regular muuthly meeting of the Town Council waB postponed until next Monday oveniug. There was no quorum present last evening. M. C. Conway, the hustling metropolitan insurance agent, is viewing tho many sights at tho Philadelphia exposition. The many friends of James Mcuale, of B street, will be pleased to hear of his gradual recovery from a severe attack of rhcuma tlsm, IIo Is ablo to be about again. John Carey, of Philadelphia, is spending a few days with his parents at Connor's patch. rho regular monthly meeting of tho School Board was held- in tho High school building last evoning. Mrs. Martin McDonald, of Second street, is reported very ill at her homo. Peter Haley, the Second street landlord, was a Shenandoah visitor to-day. Tho employes of the P. & It. C. it I. Com pany in this district received their pay for the last week in October. It was tho biggest pay earned in years here. Itchiness of tho skin, horrible, plague, Most everybody mulcted lu ono way or another. Only ono safe, nover failing euro, Doan's Ointment. At any drug store, 50 cents. Painting tho Illy. It would seem like this to attempt still an other addition to the attractions of the operetta Ferdinand, at Ferguson's theatre next Tuesday evening, and particularly on its musical side. But if there is one thing that, with propriety, might be added it is violin obligato and this is just what has been done. Prof. Jones, of Mahanoy City, widely known as an accomplished violinist, has kindly consented to assist Miss Morgan In this way throughout the operetta. The people will certainly get their money's worth this time. It will be too bad, though, if any one fails to appreciate this until it is too late, It will bo in vain to wish you had gone after it is over for it will not be repeated. Tho "Princess" has received one of the hand. some gowns sbo is to wear during tbo per formance. It is a beautiful party dress made by a fashionable dress-maker in New York, loaned for tho occasion by a wealthy lady of South Bethlehem. Everybody knows how much handsome costumes add to the beauty of such an entertainment. "I owe my whole life to Burdock Blood Bitters. Scrofulous sores covered my body I seemed beyond cure. B. B. B, has made me a perfectly well woman," Mrs. Chas, Hutton, Berville, Mich. Mine Accidents, John Pokattis, employed at Indian 'Bidge colliery, suffered contusions of the left leg yesterday by falling coal. One of tho large toes of his left foot was badly smashed. John Bobinas, a miner at Packer colliery No. 4, had three fingers on his right hand smashed by a fall of coal yesterday. Both patients are under treatment of Dr. llamll ton, of town. Gas mantels, 10 and 15 cents. Orkin's jewelry and music store, 7 S, Main St. tf Ladies', Misses and Children's Coats are now being dally received by us. We have a large stock of tbe best tailor-made garments In attractive style;, well fitting, made from best materials and lined throughout with satin and plain and fanay silk taffeta. Ladles' all-wool Kersey Jackets, from $3.75 to $14.00. Ladles' all-wool Kersey Jackets, In tar, castor and blue, $7.oo, $8.00, $lo.oo to $H.oo. Children's Jackets, 6 to 14 years, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.oo, $4 to $6. If you are Interested In blankets there la an Inducement here for you to buy. Our special 11-4 all-wool home-made blankets at $3.76 worth (5.00, Is a bargain. A large cotton blanket white and grey, with fancy borders, 39c. For these you would be asked elsewhere Goo to OOo Fine California blankets, with red, blue and pink borders, from $1.60 to $7.00, IJf 1.14 I.IfWlt.IH Sfr of IhoClobofor RHEUMATISM HEUB AIGHA and similar Complaints, , germah m p n i n a 1 1 nw? VjVrrescrllod by eminent plyticiassi VtaB UK. RinHTEK'K M A&wnunti M PAIN EXPELLEE World rpnnwnftd I Ttr mnrkfthltf SUCCMflf nt I Only grrmlno with trade Mark " Anchor," v.x. dc Thin. ammo. A''tLianitrtrisuioriiirougu 31 HIGHEST AWARDS. 13 Branoa Houses, Own Olassworis. EndortHl and Jrivomm'niirii (y o I'nmiutt, Mimtirrt, ana 1 CR. K CHTER'O WOnOIt STOMA MIAT, host for f t rlio, iiynpepninrcmnmnrn i;mnrinlnt. m . SCARCITY OF COAL. Xuw England States Almost Kntlrely Out of tho 1'uel. Philadelphia, Nov. 10. The unusual scarc ity of.coal In tho Now England States and tbo fact that the Augusta Insano Asylum, a charitable institution supported by the state of Maine, is almost entirely out of fuel und its Inmates are lu danger of freezing unless a fresh supply can be had soon, are responsi ble for tbo chartor of tho schooner E. C. Allen, on her way to load 775 tons at $3.50 a ton, tho highest freight paid out of Philadel phia to a port in Maine for forty years. So far as known the last rate on coal to Augusta was between 00 cents and f 1 a ton. Philadelphia coal shippers cannot begin to fill the orders that aro pouring in from tho New England states, and in tho opinion of dealers it looks very much as though that section of the country Is about to experience a coal famine that will mean much eutfering and heavy losses in tho manufacturing dis tricts. Coal is scarco at tidewater points nnd oven upon its arrival at seaport towns tbe greatest dllllculty Is boiug experienced in getting bottoms to carry it forward to the points required. In 11 Philadelphia Hospital. P. J. Feoloy, formorly of town, is being treated in tho llahncman hospital dispensary, at Philadelphia. Ho Is suffering from a felon on tho loft thumb. OASTOXIZA. i il Kind You Have Always Bought SUM Ladies' and Misses' Garments The creat success of our coat department lias been brought about by civiutr the best values lor the least money. This season we offer the nicest and most complete line of garments. Coats in all colors, Tans, Modes, Blues, Black, lined with skinner satin, inercarized satin, and silk. Also a fine selec tion of misses' and children's coats, neatly trimmed in braid and bias strips. A special line of Plush, Cloth, As tr klian nd Golf Opes Collarettes made of Posuni, Wool, Seal and Beaver Fur. A nice assortment of single and double plain and plaid Scotch wool shawls. Come and see them. R. F. GILL, NORTH MAIN STREET PIG SLAUGHTERING TIME. Private parlies desiring to have their hogs slaughtered should place their orders at CARL'S MEAT MARKET, 33 East Centre Street. Pigs will be called for, killed and delivered with cleanliness and satisfaction. The Best Bargain House In Shenandoah Is at imiw) 233 West Centre Street. You would be amazed to see the values we . , , offered In . . , Underwoar, Boots and Shoes. - - Groceries. If you only slve us a trial, that Is all we ask This means a steady customer at our store. MISCELLANEOUS. TtfANTKD. A girl or woman for general 1 housework. Good wsites to the right party. Apply to Mrs.lt. A. Quln, Vim. Peun, l'a. 11-1G-3C ACOUCII will he given as a special premium to the person sending five hundred or more of Itupp's Original Home-Made foap Wrappers to the York Ptenm Soap Works. York, Pa. 10-28-2-9-16 171011 SALE The propeity of the Delaney 1 Kstate, on Centra street, between Main and Javdln streets. Lot W75 feet, embracing one double three-story frame building, n private dwelling and a 30-foot vacant lot Price reason able. Apply to Mrs Margaret Ilrennan. on the premises 10-21-tf fnUUSTWOItTIIY man to represent one or L more counties) $12.00 a week from stait, easily made Permanent position. Pleasant work. Holiday upecialty. Address, J. II. Shepp, 1031-1023 Chestnut St., Plillu.. Pu. 10-19-liu WE wish u live traveling manager Jn your territory at once, mau or woman; liberal cash and commission flrht year more second year, If deserved; some for local work also j good references requtrtd those out of employ, mentor wishing to better themselves, address, Factory," cor. Perkins and Union ats., Akron, 0 2J-2ra FOIt BALK.-Chcap to a prompt buyer. A very desirable throe-story property In a paved square on Main street. Contains two large stme rooms with plate glass fronts Com fortable dwelling with both. Yard, wareroom ai.d stable, to each. Whele lot 110150 feet to alley. Very line location for uny kind of business, l'refer to sell the whole pi.pcrty, but will sell parlof It If desired, at yep reason, able price und te r jii Kor further Information Mai mldrCM "Owner," P O Uox 22,h;henan. doah, Pa. 1 1 H 'MA 2? if 1 1 GOLDIN'S THE LARGEST STOCK. :-: THE GREATEST VARIETY. The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in - - - - - xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxo OVERCOATS . and . SUITS oxxxxxocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxoxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Can be Had This Week at Goldin's Mammoth Clothing House. You can select what you want from the larg est stock In the county at the Mammoth S and 11 S. Main WANTED To come and see our new stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's shoes which just arrived from Boston. This stock was bought at a great reduction, and must he sold at reduced figures. Just to give you an idea we will mention the following prices : Hen's Al Russet Shoes for $1.75, worth $3.00. - " Hand-Sewed Russet Shoes for $2.50, worth $4. " " Box Calf or Vici Kid, $2, worth $3.50. $2.50, worth $4.50. Ladies' latest shapes for $1.70, wonh $2.50 and $3.00. Ladies' latest shapes for $1.20, worth $1,50 and $1.75. Boys' and Hisses' school shoes too nu merous to mention so large is our stock. 10,000 pair of Rubbers in Men's, Ladies' and Children's at reduced prices. Come and be facts only. No. 27 Hospital Admissions. The following are among tho admissions mado at tbe Miners' hospital, Fountain Springs, yesterday ! Andrew Hen, a miner of Glrardvlllo, com pound fracture of the skull, by a fall of coal at Packer No. 4 colliery. His right side is paralysed. John Patoskl, laborer 21 years old, resides at Brownsville, compound fracture of the forearm, by a fall of coal. Anthony Smith, of Mahanoy Plane, frac ture of tho leg by a fall of coal at the Lawr ence colliery. Charlos Lash, Mabanoy City, finger cut off by machinery at the Billiman colliery. ltobbers In Clover. At about two o'clock this morning robbers made an effort to rob the house of Anthony Crimes, at 20 North West street. By allow ing a Tear kitchen window, which they had forced open, to drop the visitors awakened the occupants of the houso. The thieves got away. This is the fifth robbery, or attempted robbery, that has taken place In tbe neigh borhood, and tho third in the Iramodlato vicluity, since last Saturday night and no ar rest has been made, or clue secured. What Is tbe matter with tho police ? Hauler's Up-to-Date JlBiit Market. Spring chicken and spring lamb. F.esh sausages, puddings, fresh and smoked meats. Corner Cherry aud Chestnut streets. tf A Hold leaa. Yesterday afternoon M. J. Leach, the East Centre street merchant, purchased a pair of sum booui for his 6-year-old son. Last even ing the boy donned the boots and began to play iu front of his homo. Two small boys came along, seized the boy and sat him on a store box. Each of the boys seized a boot aud lau away, Organlzluc Miners. Officers of tbo United Mine Workers ef fected temporary organizations among the liners at dirardvllle last evening, and at Connors Wednesday venlng. The meetings were well attended, and much enthusiasm manifested, Finger Mashed. George Aker, of East Coal street, had the little finger of bis right hand nmslieJ this morning by a fall of rock at tbe West Sheu uuduab colliery. The B GOLDIN'S Clothing St., convinced that oston Factory Shoe Store. South Main flANNINQ. E. flANNINQ, Corner Main and Oak Streets. saxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxa OUR wall papers are arriving dressy patterns for igoo. If you contemplate doing any We are leaders on wall paper. OUR stock of window shades is now complete. Can giv" e you almost anything you desire and at prices that will surely win your cus tom. All colors and patterns with or without lace and fringe. Calt and see us. aa&F. J. 21 NOrth &XX0000000008 CSOUOIIM'S House, I Goldin, Proprietor. we advertise Street. flANNINQ. - Admirable Shoes for little feet at attra tlve prices. Put your children's pedals In durable footwear. Make the youngsters merry with our almost Everlasting Shoos. Such news about shoes as we are telling makes parent's hearts glad. What I a pair of Manning's Children's Shoes for 9 Scents? Certainly. Seize the opportunity, Superior quality at Interior price. What a goodly gain for money savors! every day. Strictly new and Beautiful designs at 5c per roll. papering call and see our goods. PORTZ Main Street.