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imIH.Itlllit IR7I. "All the News That's Fit to Print," uhllshed every erenlna:, eacepl Sunday, at South Jardln street, Shenandoah, Vo. I.O.NO ItlvrANOl! Tllt.lilMIONM. The Herald l delivered In MwiMnAwh ami surrounding towns forUcenln r ek, pa able to the earrlers. Hy wall 0 a year, m 28 cents a month, payable In advance Art vertlsementa charged according to Jf1"1 inwlllon. The .uL.lll.ra reeerve right to change Ibe pwUlm) of Mlvcrttwiientf whenever the publication of news demand U Hie right I" Wtml to reject an) adverileement, whether ptl for or not, thai the publisher my deem ln,pror. Adver .1.1.. . known nontl application. ntcred at the Ht ""' Hbei.andoaii moiiJ oliww reall matter, Pa., o TOO OAS TOT BRACK OP -TliBHKftAtB- fHMHMH AXY OTHKK )lll,V PCBMCATIOX FRIDAY. DF.CEMHEK 22. ltWB. OUR COUNTRY : First, Last and Porever. Thk President spenks of China hc a ' groat Meld for Aiiierlrnii trmle and enterprise." Tlmt strikes the busiiiefs men of America an a Hound remark. Thk time for Christmas shopping is drawing to a cIom", and those of our readers who have failed to avail themselves of the advantages offered i.y the local merchants, should read carefully the announcements In these columns before making purchases. The HKKAM) advertisers are reliable, and their varied display of holiday i-odg is not surpassed by those of any town In the county. Thk editorial department of our esteemed contemporary, the Miners' Journal, is working overtime in an effort to reform the Republican party f this county, while the busiuess end s industriously plying its trade at the tber eud of the string. True, some f the Republican leaders need all the 'reform' our editorial brother can administer, in allopathy doses, and these elTorts are worthy of commen dation ; but why not begin at the other end of the string ?" Production of Gold and Silver. The report just issued by the direc tor of the French mint contains some important facts on the coining of gold and silver. The production of monetary units In the mints of France has been steadily increasing for a number of years. In 1804. the ntun ber of pieces of money coined for France, her colonies, and foreign .-.mntries was 40,000,000 ; in 1805, 51, niHUHMi : in 1800. 62,000,000 ; In 180' Ut.onO.OOO; and in 1888. 98,000,000 The mint can double this output. Russia alone has had $2,000,000 coins struck in France since 1800. The French mint has also done work during the past two years for Indo China, Tunis, Ethiopia, Morocco and Bolivia. The quantity of gold produced dur ing the last fifteen years Is placed at 13,000,000,000 francs, or,in round num bers, $2,500,000,000, of which amount the Transvaal is credited with a pro duction of 2,000,000,000 francs ($880,- 000.000). It is believed that not less than 200,000 pounds have been used in the arts. The weight of gold struck annually Into coins varies between C00.0O0 and 1,320,000 pounds. The quantity recoined is to be added to this. But in spite of the increase in the output, a well-known economic writer declares that the war in the Transvaal will cause a scarcity of the metal in many commercial centres, the result being a great falling oil in the quantity used In the arts. The report notes a constant in crease In the output of silver. The writer just quoted, in speaking of this, says : "No one can see where the masses of silver are going which oontinue to pour out upon the world, or where they are to be used. The old 15i standard Is now but a myth, and the price has fallen from 880 francs for 1 kilogram ($42.46 per 2.8046 pounds) of tine silver to 100 francs ($19.80). In the presence of such a decrease in price, one would expect a diminution in production; but the case is just the reverse. The faet that the yield steadily increases proves that pre vailing'rates are remunerative." The production of silver has risen from 3,000 tons in 1888 to 8,000 tons in 1898. Of this, it is estimated that 2,350.000 pounds are absorbed in the arts and general industry, divided among countries as follows : In the United States, 580,000 pounds; In Frauce, 330,000 pounds; the same in lOHMSorrs THEY CURE! NOT SIMPLY RELIEVE. Oh, whst a blelnir your Kidney mis have been to me Iixild not straighten up forajrear.and nu'kmg nearly kiMed roe Now! covfa run a fooi-i-die, and whu I Me a man bumping along f tell him luuet a box of John con' Kidney l'iH and get well " J t-Jonas, lit rocacr size Canton, OUio. 25 PILLS 10 CENTS. Superior to any high-priced remedy. 87 sua, ca receipt of five 2-ccut uheuus. ' FOR ,SALE BY ALL DRUQaiSTST ."Al" TABLETS I TOR ALL URINARY DliOItDMtS. be most FATAL and FREVALINT at all diseases aro thoM of tbo KIDNUYS, MR mill IILADDHU. I II. Kldw-i a nre HTWtlr.l. eillirouli which i,. I Mi' III' '"I In th Inul) inn. t ih imce In rvei' three inlniiti-s. li it hraltiiy wiiidltlon they filter nil Impurl tun Into the BrAOWHT, lhenoc ""' "' "1C ,mhI' If liKiKrii they eT6g nml swell, tiff twill li(t rale Al lli and other liiilwina Into the Btsteni, CHllKlllg in 1,1, pais (i I lie liti K, nltlol'aNKw,, rhki'MATMM, imwt, Jiiimmv, ohuvki, I'tiHKtu. mi pnKtvi!irr i.'iu.iXthi. limb ok alhumksc the life essence), and Innlly "BBIaHl'8" DISEASE aild DEATH I If you have any of the above s (upturns A 1 " TABLETS will cure you TRY 11IBM AMI) BE CONVINCIil). Recent Discovery. I'ltelnmiennlMneeesi. Unit ilr,l of Tewlitmnhtle fumed lie Mul.tltnleil. My mall Jtt.04. Send stamp for l-nln pllli t PAN-AMERICAN DRUG CO., Ntw Yo'k. Hold In HIieiiHiidimh t KIRL-IIM'S PHARMACY. Order hy limllent to any oddree. (IciiiiHiiy and England: In Russia, ain.WH) pounds Ittid in Austria-Hun-gary, 115,000 poiincK Ordinary household accidents have no tir rnra when there's a .bottle of Or. Thomas' Klectrlc Oil In the medicine chest. Heals hums, cuts. hruises;''8pralus. Instant relief. Two "nr'lr llnllot Primn. New York, Dtrtfc 22. -Snmuel Oold bcrner, the saloon keeper nnd Tam many elertion dflltrirt captain of the. First election tlfttrict of the Ktghth assembly dlstriotj who was ronvlctetl of rolonliinR ill tlit ncent o'eotlon, waa yesterday sentenced to two years' Im prisonment it, Sine Slug. ijit "Itclilim hemorrhoids were the plftEue ot my life. Was sltnnsl wild. Doau's Ointment enroll me quickly and permanently, after doctors had failed."' C. F. t'omwell, Valley treet, Sanaerties, N. Y. roiiHroxniiiHtt 'llontelle Stricken. Boston, Dec. 2. C. A. Uoutollo, of Maine, who is at Young's hotel, has been taken seilously ill. The nature of his trouble 1b not given out. He was carried to bis room ltnconscloua Ev ery endeavor wus made to keep news of the congressman's illness quiet. A bulletin given out this morning stated that the congressman was suffering from congestion of the brain, induced hy a severe attnek ot indigestion. It was tho opinion of his physicians that the malady Is only temporary. Many a Lover Has turned with disgust from an otherwise lovuble girl with nn offensive breath. Karl's 'lover Moot Tea purifies the breath by its action on the bowels, etc., as nothing elso will. Sold for years on absolute guarantee. Price 05 cts. and 50 cts. Sold by V. D. Klrlln on a guarantee. Outline Ship at Sen. New York. Doc. 22 -After a contin uous trial yesterday for four hours of the Miller conveyor for coaling ships nt sea. the battleship Massachusetts and the collier Marcellus nnchored last evening In Sandy Hook bay. The trial wns verv successful. 400 Dags, aDoui so tons, of coal boinr; transferred in four hours. The trials are being con tlnued today. A Card. We, the undersigned, do hereby afireoto refund thn money on a 50-cent bottle of Oremie's Warranted, Syrup of Tar if it fulls to cjro your cougb or cold. We also Ruaran tee 1 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or money refunded. A. Wasley, C II. Ungenbuch Shenandoah Drug Store, V.W. Bierstein & fit-nerul llrooke's Viitiire. Washington IJac. 22.- General John It. Ilrooke, who lilts been succeeded as governor genontl of Cuba by General Wood, has been-'aiithorlzed to suit his own convenieuce-ln reporting nt Warh lngtan, the Ulea' heliiR to allow him to make the trip from Havana to Washington by easy stages. General nrooke has been, In a tropical climate for nearly two years, and as he la nearly 64 years 818. it has been deemed best to permit him to accustom himself gradually to the- winter climate. His future assignment will depend mainly upon his own wishes He can have his old command, the department of the lakes, at Chicago, If he wishes It, as General Anderson retires next month To Core a Cold In One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure G. V. Grove's slsuuture is on each box. 23c, Ila-atrii.iilliff-tlriler It evoked. Raleigh, N. U., Pee 22. Upon ap plication yesterday of attorneys for Thomas P. Ityan, of New York, a tern porary restrainlnc order was issued by United States District Judne Thorn as It. Purnall lo prevent any action of fhe Raleigh aud Gaston railroad stock holders looking toward the consollda Hon here of the .various lines of the Seaboard Air line system. A few hours later Judge PurneM si-anted the parties a hearing Jllid lev.iked the tern porary restraining ordoi Sleep, oomfort, power to work, all fly before the demon aalled paiu. Whether in the muscles or nervss it is a nuisance aud a curse. Call It by any name and net rid of it by using Anehor Pain Hxpeller. 2S 'fmi Klllciflp I'aelory l'lre. Tola, Kan.. Deo,, 22 At Lee Harpo, Ave miles east of Iola, yesterday. lire destroyed two-tJrds of the Lanyon Zlnr company's BJnnt, causing a Iom estimated at 580,000, fully Insu-ed. Two workmeu. Jae Matthews and J, J. Schaub, lioth married, were crushed to death by a falling smokestack. A Is ay liver malseii lazy man. Bardoek B'ood Bitten, l the natural, never Atlling re-jwly for a laay liver. xfofritTS OK M8WS. William K. MeJS'eal, mayor of Bur llnfton. N. J., dleil Wednesday nlaht. The nation's pr&ductlon of pig Iron Is now at the rate! of 15.000,000 tons a year. . The Cherokee eojincil has rejected all the bids for the apllectlon ot the $4. SO0.00O. The White Star line steamer Oceanio, about whloh some anxiety was felt, has arrived at Liverpool. Sir Thomas Upton has been unani mously elected rear commodore ot the Koyal Ulster Yacht club. Some apprehension is felt In England Ieet the sending away of home defend ers prompt some continental power to make mischief. Between 30 and 40 pool rooms In Chicago, besides a score or more "handbooks." were closed by order of Chief of Police Klpley yesterday. One hundred penniless men who came over on the Steamer Hanover are detained at Baltimore on suspicion of being contract laborers bound for Pennsylvania. So Different. Lots of Claims Like This lint So Dif ferent Local Proof Is What Shenandoah People Want. There aio n groat many of them. llfl-ry iKper has lis shorn. Statements hard to liHevu, harder to prove. Stslt nicnts from fai-away place. What people any in Hut Ida, I'nhllc oppression from Ollfnrulfl, Outlines good Indorsement there. Hut of little service hero at home. Shenandoah people want tonal proof. ThesHylnnaofiielnlilHin, friends and cltl- Xl'tlS. Home Indorsement counts. It disarms tho skeptic; l beyond dlsputo. This Is dm Istekl'K that stands behind every mx of Dimn's Kidney 1'llls, Here is a iso of it : I Mr. Matt. ImWt. of 10 r.astCentrnstreet, I pinpr'otorofa restaurant, snys: "I wont to Klrlln's pharuiacy and (tot a box or Doan's I Kidney Tills for an attack or lameness in my back, I bad novor had it liefi re. Accom- iwiiyiiiit It thoto was an aching In tho top j and Imck of my bead and at times imlus In tho abdomen. I found out It was duo to my , kidneys for I hud much pain over my left j kidney and the ccrotinns ftnm tlinw organs were not normal, and cauicil mo h-dli iiicou. ! vcnlciice and pain Doau's Kidney Pills piuveil to be Just the thing I ncoded, for they relieved mo at onco " Donn's Kidney 1'ilis for sole by oil dealers. Trice So cents. Mailed by Foster-Mllburn Co., Iluflalo, N. Y. Sole agents for the U. S. Kemember the name Doan's and take no othrr. y.oln 011 the- Triinavnill Vnr. London, Dec. 22. Tho Paris corre spondent of Tho Morning Tost tele graphs tho substance of an Interview with Emlle Zola, explaining why French opinlnon Is on the side of tho Boors. M. Zola, while expressing senti ments friendly to Great Britain, said: "In the eyes of the unreasoning mob a powerful nation is assailing a small, weak people. The impulses of tho mob, although unreasoning, aro fre quently generous. Horeln Is tho ex planation ot public opinion In Franco, Germany nnd Russia. 1 am sorry to say that Imperialism exists even In the united States." Klinkl ('loth For Our Soldiers. Now York, Dec. 22. Bids for khaki cloth, amounting to more than $1,000.- 000, were opened by Colonel Kimball deputy quartermaster. U. S. A., in the army building yesterday, 'l lie war department required D00.000 yards of the 8tuu, wlilcn is to be made into uniforms for soldiers In tho Philip pines. The hid for the standard Amer ican khaki, used at present by the American army, was 22 cents a yard. Other bids ranged from 17 to 47 cents a yard. The award will be made hy the war department. Young Mothers. Croun is the terror of thousands of young mothers because Its outbreak Is so agonizing and frequently fatal. Shilob's Cough and Consumption Cure acts like magic in cases of croup. It has never been known to fall. Tho worst cases relieved immediately. Price 25 cts., SO cts. and f 1.00. Sold by T. D. Kirllu on a guarantee. There Are Twenty Polite and Experienced Salespeople to Wait on You This Week. Corsets, 50 dozen, 23 cents each. Fleece lined underwear for men, 35c ; the 50 cent kind. Lace curtains, 35 cents a pair. There are Hundreds of Good Things Only Smoke Hurt. J. . LiiiiiifJ Cor POLLOWINO SPANISH METHODS. To llrlhe Ilnviitm t'liatimi OfflelnU Won (lie Hun lent Wiiy. Now York. Deo. 22. According to thn Havana limnacnr of n toliner.o Ini- IHirtlng firm now In this city nt 'ho yesterday on his way rrom wasning honio office, the Cuban customs np- ton to Cloveland. prulsers who wore arrested In Havana "it would be Highly Improper for mo are only tho victims of precedent. to discuss the matter at this time. it is not nn unusual niovo," thin gentleman said. "Tho wonder la that It has not been mndo hoforo. Under Spanish rule tho chnngltig of classifica tions on goods, with the connlvanco of tho oillclals, wbb very common. Tho officials hnd nn Idea that thoy held nlllco for the single ptirposo of getting rich. Thoy ncropted bribes as a matter of course. "Ihisluess men who have shinned goods Into Cuba have beon tauelit by I experience that It is choapor to hrlho thn llfTlclnta tlinti in rnmnln 1intint nml ! be kicked nut of the country. Spanish oillclals did not caro to deal with hnn ost merchants, und would seok pretexts for getting him out of tho country "This arrest, I hope, will be only the beginning of a vigorous policy against tho old system, nnd I bolljvo General Wood will sco that It Is pushed through. Some chango from a condi tion where it was possible, n month before the evacuation of Cuba by tho Spaniards, for shiploads of tobacco to bo dumped, crated, Into all the Cuban ports, whon tho law forbade tobacco Importation, was bound to como sonio tlmo." Copiior .1lno Viiilor llntte. Butte, Mont., Dec. 22. Alox. Tarbct, ! a Salt Lako mining man, yesterday 1 closed n doal with the owners ot the I mineral rights to the Destroying Angel nnd Copper Bottom lode claim hy ' which ho secured a controlling Inter est for $300,000. Tho veins run through , the business portion of the city, nnd the Destroying Angol was uncovered recently hy parties who were ex cavating for the foundation of a hotel. , It has developed Into tho richest cop per vein In this district, and the new owners Intend to tunnel under tho city. 1 A shaft will be put down 1,000 feet-. within hnlf n block of two of the prln clpal hotels nnd the city hail. V11 f.o Furniture- I'rloo. Philadelphia, Dec. 22. Tho Eastern Furniture Manufacturers' association, composed of many manufacturers east of Pittsburg, met here yesterday and advanced prices oh certain lines of furniture 10 per cent. Tho ndvance will go Into effect .Inn. 1. The asso ciation held a meeting at Williams port, Pa., a short time ago and put up prices 10 per cent, hut It was subse quently fot'ud that another 10 per cent IncreaBO was necessary because of the Increase In tho prices of lumber and other materials. A Defeat For Ostt'Olllltlia. Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 22. Governor Candler, after a conference with many physicians, yesterday vetoed a bill passed recently by both houses ot the general assembly, providing for the practice in this state of osteopathy treating of the structure development of the bono. The physicians contend ed that osteopaths knew nothing of materia medlca, while they would be given the right to prescribe medicine, the same as uny regular licensed phy sician, should the bill become oper ative. xxxx fl n t Ti ALA WILKIN The Big Store With Little Prices. Main and Lloyd Sts.. SHENANDOAH 5RNAT0R IIANNA AND QUAY. Tlic Iteinitltloillt Kitlloniit Gllnlrinnn Hiniiliii t Icnll Denies llrnnrta. l'lttsburg, Uec. 22 United States Bonnlor M. A. linnna wns In tho city sniu sonntor liaiina, wnen asacu wuui he had to sav about the Quay case, "My position is like that of a man on the Jury. All tho arguments will ln ve to he presented before tho sonato, nntl we will havo to reserve our verdict until all the evidence is broimht out In proper form." "It Is reported that Senator Quay and his friends used their Influcnco to de lay the sonato committee In making Its report. What Is your opinion on inc tmbject?" Thoro Is no truth In It. Tho com mittee rotihl not report until some tlmo in January, even If the members wore so disposed." "What grounds nro there for tho re port that you tried to Inlluonco tho administration against Quay?" "Nono nt all. That story was man ufactured out of the whole cloth." "Havo von any Intention of retiring from the chali manslnp of the national commltiee?" "Not until my term oxplros." "There has been some gossip about naming Quay us your successor. What have you hoard about It?" "Nothing at all. It Is an unwritten law with the committee that no chair man shall servo two terms In succes sion, nnd of course somo one will be selected to succeed me." Volcanic Eruptions rjr!i'i(l, but SUIn Eruptions rob llle of ioy. Uucklen's Arnica Salve cures them ; also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Iloils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, llruises, Hums, Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Uest Tile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25cts. n box, ( ure guaranteed. Sold by A. Wasley druggist. liiNi.elliK Powerful (jinia. Philadelphia, Dec. 22. Malor Gen- oral Nelson A. Miles arrived horo yes terday and visited the Frankford arsenal, wlieie he witnessed a tost of a now hind of smokeless powder. The test was not entirely satisfactory, and another trial may be granted tho In ventor of the explosive. The other government olllcers who witnessed the test were Cnptaln Wheeler Captain Loevls and Judge Outwalle. members of tli8 ordnance board. Tho hoard went to Meadville, Pa., today, to examine CO now high power wire wound guns, which have a carrying power of from 12 to 15 miles. Ask you grocer tor the "Uoyal Patent" flour, and talro no other brand. It Is thn bes fl it made $R '-.'i Shenandoah to Niagara Tails anil Iteturn vln tho Lehigh A'alley Kiillratl. Tickets will bo on salo Deeember 23rd and Stth, good to return to and Including train No, 8 of December 26th, and will be honored on auy traiu, except the Black Diamond Ex press. Consult Lehigh Valley ticket agents for further particulars. Bears the 0 11,8 Kind You Have Always Bought Bisnr Fleece lined lace trimmed under wear for ladies, 23c ; the 35c kind. Ingrain carpets, 23 cents. Wlreles" TeleBenplir UnllrnndlnaT Chicago. Dec 21. Wlrolcss toleg raphy In railroad service Is to be given n practical test by the Ann Arbor lino. A contract between thn railroad comi pntiy nnd thd Marconi company waif closed yeltorday and arrangements for installing thfj' now" system" will begin at once. Tho svBtem will bo used In connection with the Ann Arbor forry lino hotweon Frankfort and Menominee. The distance across Lako Michigan between these points Is about 83 mllos, and hitherto messages pertaining to the business havo been transmitted around the lake. How's Tills We offer One Hundred Dollars lteward for any enne of Catarrh that can not be cured hy Hall's Catarrh Cure. K. J, CHUNKY & CO, Props., Toledo, O, We tho undersigned, have known I'. J. Cheney for the Inst IS years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and fin ancially able to carry out any obligations made hy their firm. WrstT&TitAtJX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. WalhInii, Kidman .It Marvis, Wholesale Drug Klts, Toledo, Ohio. HallM Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Trice He. per bottle. Hold hy all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Tills are the best Coming Krents. Jan. 1, 11(00. Eleventh annual ball hy St Joseph's Tloncor Corps, in Armory hall, Oirardvllle. A 1 A . . . . i . . a A . A1IIIU1BU rrlw dlKwi. Hloo.1 l'dlMS, . Youlhftu Krrora, Lo.l Vlttiltf. Vrlooek, au. tend for Hwora TMttmonUU snd hoot -"Trntf 1 I'rof, O. TI1KKL, SI. I, -004 Nrlh Ulnh KL, I'hllulrlekls, . Pa. loa!llvtr Ihi Anlr imUllit In lb . nliMl MikUa In aura a.n Ihonah lha tnoal Mlahratad aMfl-1 latl.u rallad. Preatiekataeurta In 4 lo 1 0 dara-llooriS .4-aT f, TTftt?TTTTTTTT Lauer's Reading Beer and Porter Brewers of the finest and purest .... These products are seldom equalled and never surpassed. Also bottlers of all Carbonated Beverages. Private families desiring orders filled can have them promptly by calling on Christ. Schmidt, Agent and Bottler, 203 W. Coal Street SHENANDOAH, . A A A Handsome ComploxlorPJ lis Is one of the greatest charms a woman can f possess rozzoNi'a uomi-lbiiom rowoBa' veaii. T ic SON, DR. E. C. Nerve and Brain J 1 rii&A 1 DEI? QBE Tho Original. All fa sold under n poslttvo Written Guarantee, by authorized agents only, to enro Weak M.mn-v iHuineiia Wakefulness, Fits, llystci la. quickness, N'.ght Losses, Kvll Dreams. Lck oCon" S li Vonthful Krrora. or llxcesslvc So of TobMCO, Optntn, or Manor, which leads to Misery, Clonsnmptloii Insanity and leSlh At Store for bv mall, 1 ft box! six for $5i with Written Guarantee to Ouro ot Refund Money. Bamplo menage, containing nvn nays innum-iiv, , "" ' ffS.Vi S?Sy rinn sainnlo onlv sold to each person. At stoic, or by mall. Red Label Special Extra Strength. For Imnotenov. Loss of Tower. Lost Manhood, CttprUllv or llarrennoss. (1 1 six tot wTwHb Written Guarantee to euro In 30 days. At store or by malL Sold at Klrlln's Holiday - If you are looking; for a nice present to make in footwear come to the largest and cheapest shoe store in pairs at Factory Prices. We can Nice shoes lor the Daoy, 25c to 75c ; Misses snoes, 75c 10 vi.fs ; 840 pairs of slippers in velvets, alligator, brown, black and tan. Sizes 3 to 11, price 49c to 1.24. Cotne and examine our fine stock ol boots, shoes and rubbers, slippers and juliets at cheap prices. Go to shoe store to buy. FACTORY SHOE STORE. NO. fS. SOUTH rVIAIIVJ ST. v1t)pr1p1M.-qt-TiV(r,nst1,.-lt-,M,t auy body We wat)t tQ draw your attention to our large stock of ..,.,, nnllnnr-n A splendid five-piece parlor PARLOR SUITS AND COUCHES. suit uplioisterea 111 spienaiu material as a holiday bargain. We Couches you cannot obtain any better prices anywhere in town, these goods are purchased purposely for our holiday trade. Don't forget us for your Stoves, Floor mid Tabic Oil Cloths. D. & J. SEIGEL, Faultless Labor consistent with Faultless Prices Are responsible (or our always busy business. Try us on plumbing and gas fitting You wont regret 'the trial. P. W. Bell, Cor. White & Lloyd Sts. Christmas is ComingJkaa Why don't you come to the largest furniture store in town to buy your holiday gifts. Be wide awake and go to the place that gives you the biggest values for your money, the largest and the most appreciative selection. Feast your eyes on a stock that is sure to please you. See our beautiful line of Parlor, Dressing, Extension, Cen're. Tables, , Solid Leather, " Mahogany, Oak, rialaclil Qreen, Rockers. Bird-Eye Hnple Inlaid with pearl or plain upholstered, silk plush, tllk Damask, Corduroy. Do not fail to see our Pictures and Mirrors, Couches, Easels, Curtains, Tapestry Covers, Screens. It is well worth your time to come and see our stock. Every body knows that the prices we ask for any atticle of furniture is never beyond reason. Look at our win dow display. A CARLOAD OF ROCKERS. Walt (or them and then buy early anil secure rat choice. Don't watt until the last day. DAVISON'S DEPARTHENT STORES, Nos. 1 19-121-123 North Main St. Christmas Groceries Atthe Cheapest Store In Town. Alt the chotccat grades of Dried Fruits, Canned Goods, Citron aud Iiuon I 'cel. etc.. at almost your own prices. All our Flour Is sold very cheap, l'oultiy i-ud Truck, ELLIS GUZINSKY, 316 Went Centre St. WEST'S mm i Others Imitations. Drug Store. DECORATIVE ART S3 lias oeldeved Its ureatest triumphs In our artistic and Iwndaome stock of wall papers. Ml I lie l.itr-t designs aud fasblonalile shades nnd eolorluits mo emnodled In our supetb stock of art wall papers Wc have tliem from $1 00 per roll for lilr.b att decorations to B cents per roll for bedroom, parlor, ball or dlnliiK room pnpers. All Artistic ! All Protty I E, 224 West Centre St. Shenandoah. Footwear. town and pick from thousands ot fit all fett little or big. the biggest, finest and best lighted ABE LEVINE, Prop. ill luauuv Specially for the holiday trade. We want your money but only want what vou bargain for. We never over-charee have a carload for this purpose. In All Heaters, Ranges, Carpets, 103105 S. Main St. Philadelphia & Readinq R'y- Engines Burn Hard Coal No Smoke. IN KPFBOT NOVEMBER 1, lS9. Trains leave Shenandoah as follows : For New York via Philadelphia, week day 2 10, S3S, 7 37, 9 53 a. m., 12 26, S 09 and 6 09 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 a m. For New York via Mal-.ch Chunk, week days, 7 87 a. m., 12 S4 and 8 09 p. m. For IteadluK and Philadelphia, week days, 2 10,8 38,7 87. t 53 a. m., 12 29, 3 09 and 8 09 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 a ui. For Pottsvllle, week days, 2 10, 7 87, 9 65 a. m. 12 28. 8 09, 8 09 and 7 80 p. in. Sundays, 2 10 a m. For Tamaqua and Mahanoy City, week days. 210, 787, 963 a. m., 12 25, 8 09 and 8 05 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 a m. For Willlamsport, Sunbury and Lewlsburg, week days. 8 27, 11 82 a. m 12 28, 7 80 p. m. Sundays, 8 27 a m. For Mahanoj Plane, weekdays, 2 10, 3 27, S 38, 7 87. 9 55, 11 82 a. rn 12 28, 8 09, 8 09, 7 SO, S 58 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 and 8 27 a m. For Ashland and Shaiuokln, week days, 8 27. 1 87. II 82 a. m 12 26, 8 09, 807, 725 and 55 p. m. 8unday, 8 27 a m. For Baltimore, Washington and the Weal via B. &0. K. It., through trains lee-i Beading Terminal, Philadelphia. (P. & R. M B.) at 8 20, 7 55,1128 a. m., 8 10 and 7.27 p. i Sundays 8 20, 7 00, 11 28 a. m.,8 16 and 727 p. m. Addl. tlonal trains from Twenty-fourth and Chest. nut streets station, week days, 1080 a. m. 13 20 12 U 8 40 p.m. Sundays, 1 85, 8 23 p. m. TRAINS FOR SHENANDOAH. Leave New York via Philadelphia, week days, 12 15, 4 80, 7 80, 11 80 a. m and 1 80, 80, 9O0 p.ni. Leave New York via Mauch Chunk, week days, i 80. 9 10 a. m., 1 SO, 4 40 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal, week days, 4 SO, D 80, 10 21 a. in. and 1 86, 4 08 8 89. U 80 p. m. Leave Reading, week days, 187, 700, 100. a. m., 12 15, 4 17, 6 00, 8 28 p. m Leave Pottsvllle, wee it days. 1 17, 7 40 a. m. 9 80, 12 80.1 20, 4 80, 8 10 and 8 50 p. m. Leave Tamaqua, week days, 8 18. 8 86. 1127 a. ui., 149,6 58 7?., 9 41 p. m Leave Mabanoy City, week days, 145. 9 04. 1147 a. rn. i (.5 J, 6 21,7 44, 10 0)1 p, m Leave Malm ooy Plane, week days. 2 40. 4 00 880. V23 10 Ml, 1200, a. m., 289, 5S6, 842.T5 10 24 pm. Leave Willi teport, weekdays, T43, 10 00 a. m.,12J4aLd IOO.UsOp. m. "a . ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, 1 eave HI lladelphla Chestnut street wharf and South street -vhaj let Atlantle City. Weekdays Kipreas, 900, 2 00, 4 00, 6 00,713 pm. Accommodation, 8 00 a ru, 5 tO urn. Hun days 15xprss,9O0, 10 00 am, 7 15pm. Accom modation, H 00 a m, 4 43 p m. Leave Atlantic City Depot i Weekdays Ex press, 7 33, 9 to 10 SO a m, 3 80, 5 80 n in. Accom modation, 8 13 a lu, 4 03 p in. Sundays Kipress, 4 SO, 7 30 p in. Accommodation, 7 15 a m,4 05 pm, ..,r.r 9aD0 Maya Oeeaii City and Sea Isle City Weekdays 9 U) a m, 4 10, 5 00 p m. Sundays -Chestnut St., 9 13, Houtli M., 9 a m. Addition il for Cape May Weekdays 630 am. Parlor Cars on all express train a. For further Information, apply lo nearest Philadelphia and Reading Railway ticket agent or address I, A. nwaiGlBD, Edoob- J. Wun. uen't Bupi., uen'l Ptaa t net.. Usadlni a Terminal. Phlladalnhla. $no PATENT Good Ideas 'S niay be secured by our aid. Address. 'HE PATENT RECORD, Subscriptions to The Patent Uncord IliViwratuMwr BHUmors, Hi.