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HUYLER'S AFRESH CANDIES. Delicious. Prepared of the best materials No stale goods here. We sell them too fast. Shenandoah Drug Store, 3 South Main St., Shenandoah. Telephone Connection. The Last Days Before X Mas finds the stores crowded. Our ad vice is buy now. A Few Specials. A limited quantity Holnian S. S. Teachers Mules, regu lar $1.75 and $2.00. Here at $1.25 and $1.50. Tree ornaments at lower prices than can be had elsewhere. Dressed dolls, 23c to $1 .50. Jointed dolls, all prices up to $5.00. Washable dolls, 18 inches long, 23 cents. Kid dolls, 14 inches, 23c. Kid dolls, 16 in., sleeping, 37c. Red white and blue dressed ! dolls, 23 and 48 cents. Fountain pens, Si. 00 up. All "Wirt" fountain pens, guaranteed. Medallions (a beautiful line) 24 cents up. Iron Fire Engines, Hook and Ladders, Trains, Patrols, etc., 23c to 98c. Dressing cases, 75 cents up. Shaving sets, (good razor), $2.50 up. Work boxes. Si. 00 up. Glove and handkerchief sets, $1.50 up. Fine calendars and booklets. Lovvney's Candy. Chocolate Creams, 10c a box. " Almonds, 15c a box. Assorted Chocolates, 30c a 4 lb. " 60c per lb. Regular Chocolates, 25c a pound, wwww Remember we give Trad ing Stamps if you ask for them when purchase is made. HOOKS & BROWN. You Can't Make a Mistake In Chrlfltmns buy- Intf for vour men friends. You can't make a mistake when you Ret them Suspenders In boxes. Neckwear Gloves, lined and nnlined, Sweaters, Han dkerchle fs. Fancy Shirts, Muff lers, Suit Cnves, Mackintoshes. Um brellas and Night mum. Portz Bros., North Main Street 24 It Pays Us To deal squarely and to repre sent our goods just as they are. IT WILL PAY YOU To see our holiday jewelry. We are devoting special atten tion to our display of WATCHES, CHAINS, OR RINGS. This year special values await you. Wasted money never conies back. We don't want you to waste any at our store. If you have eye troubles, etc., we will examine and tell you just what you need, free. Thos. Buchanan, Jeweler and Optician, No. 118 South Main Street. Holiday Preparations. NEW Raisins, Prunes, California Peaches, Citron, Lemon Peel. Orange Peel, All Kinds ot Nuts. Fine boneleas White Oodflali at 7C per pound. Mackerel, GC and up. Live and dresaed poultry, wholesale price. Dig stock at B" A;,fwrLts,1Tian' 21J W. ixmrc it.j I Tun doors below iluU'n diry. iillS 1'ITHTfl POINTS. I iMnliiK ItiroiiRlioiit the Itmiiiir, Uliinnlitlxil rr llmty I'firu.nl. Till lUoilHIJK llemlmlta wjtli Mmlle that lit iinwiktn, Th,t ClirlMiiio loocer ooiimlM J lfp Im.n't lnHjt.x;lilnK runt win rn i.im. A merry Uhrittltiftt to nil ! Ilpbultterwl wfcjr tit ltovmon'a. KrgUler-elect AiUui tin tftfemi the ontli or Buy th Xtimrlirwnt at Hriimm'i tf The Alilmicl Htfts will liuve "oiwii houe" mi ChriMmiM iliiy Warion Ruturtllii f town, Is now iu nl,.yl In h t'ottavlfle Imrlwr lmp. H'ior UIiIphxiii Ji per iliwrn, Swatm's. "Diw" Ketliemlff of Mlmii-y l-1ly. hat wl'l Ma trotter "JfHH" to a UwIIiik rty. letter of ailirtftlMrstiim were Krniitwl .Iams.T. Hohlmiinii the eitate of Julio Hnlalian, late or CftllM-rtmi, ilereaMnl. lYrnimerjr ami Sffkliet 1'nHileni. Imported and ilimienUe Smnitmlniili Ktiig Stole 5t Hlahiiji Talbot Will vi.lt Aihlaml 011 February Stli ami tfnrirm a large ola- at tlie RpiMcoiml elm reli, Htenodraplier 1'raTik Ilmin oftlieUrplian'ii Court, la oll'iluty, lie is lying seriously III at M home in l'ottsville lteantli'iil ilwtltMtli wall paper at Carillti'a, .laml Oreuta ier ntll Call hikI mm; them tr The writer Miiiiftithinx womlers what old bachelors and malilpn ladies tlnd in their stocking Evidently it keeps one a guumlng A cocking main Will be pulled oil' near Mahanciy City thla "ovpiiIiik. between l'ark Place and Mahanoy City birds. The reeldenta of fllrardville appreciate the eteellent newa service or the IIkiialI), and the paper is dally gaming new subscriber and forging ahead. Why waste tlmo and money In searching for a Christmas gift) Bin haiian, the jeweler. lias sKimmed tlie Jewelry market for your desire and lie's got them, too. See hi watches, rlnits and Qbains. tf The Ashland house has a new proprietor Ills name is Edward Blckle who halls from Creamer, Union eotiuty. Mr. Ulckle Is now conducting the hotel. Prof. t. Zeiti. late of Shenandoah, writes to say that he has been tendered the band- mastership or a prominent musiual organiza tion in Kansas City, where ho has perman. eutly located. ur ooa s Norway 1'lue syrup seems os. peciully adapted to the needs or tho children. Pleasant to take ; soothing In Its influence ; It is tho remedy of all remedies for every form or throat and lung disease. LiiHit coneealed III ristol. To provo that a revolver was unloaded Peter MoMauahau in a barber Hliop at Mt Carmel pressed it against his mouth and snapped it three times. Then he pointed tho weapon at Michael Coyle and again pressed the trigger. This tlmu there was a report. ann loyio ten uieeaing 10 too noor with a bullet in his head. He may not recover. McManahau gave himself up to tho author). ties, but as witnesses swore the shooting was accidental be was discharged. A woman's reason is usually a goon one. because she knows it will be all right if she purchased her holiday gift atOrklu's jewelry store. tf A curiosity of tlie Mine. One of the finest specimens of fosslllferous deposits over unearthed in this region was taken from the mines at North Mahanoy col liery by minor Jacob Uollenbach It is an irregular piece of rock, tho uneven surface or which is covered with the petrified organic remains or ferns and berry hushes in base re. lief. Each individual frond of tho fern is perfectly preserved, even as to color. Tho same is true of the leaves of tlie berry twigs. STIIAWH15UIIV ANll VANILLA 10 E OUrAM, OltAtf.li: WATHlt ICK. Made dally at Scheider's bakery. 27 East Centre street. Puru and delicious. 12-1-tf lluy Jtoyul Patent Flour, the market. It is the best in We are Dolls, Coaches, Wagons,Toy Books, Chairs, Iron Toys, Hobby Horses, Ect., Etc., Etc. There are come astonishing values to start the Christmas PI flNOS. Something that always pleases the littl : misses. Prices 23, 48 and 98 cents. IKON TOYS. In these we have most everything, Horses, Fire Engines, Ships, etc. Prices 23c, 48c, 98c ana pi. 23. Our 5 and lo c:nt department of TOYS Includes most everything In this line that can be sold at these prices. Conway's Novelty Store, 7 181 CENTRE SI., BEDDALL BUILDING. Small Profit and Quick Sale Store Has been opened bv Sam Levine, 104 East Centre street, Rob bins' building. All our goods are sold as represented or money returned. Our winter sale of Wen'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 Shenandoah. Visit us whether you buy or not. Remember the place. SAM LEVINE, 104 E. Centre St. :-: POSITIVELY! :-: Coats and Capes at Half Price! Plush and Astrakhan Capes, from Si. 49 and upward. Collarettes, $1.65 and up ; elsewhere not less than $3.00. Children's Reefers, $1.25; elsewhere $3.50. See our large assortment of trimmed and untrimraed millinprv and trimmines. Would not anv of these articles make a cheap, appreciative and serviceable'Christnias gift ? Consider this and come to our store and be convinced. NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE - sniiTu maim c..t cs mT 23 SOUTH tVlAliM STREET PERSONAL MENTION. Hubert ltellly Ihi geno to Clearfield to visit his iHtronts. Mis May llradlgan is homo from tho West Chester statu normal school. Mr. and Mrs. William Kerslako will spend fhrlttuias ' villi friends at Pottsvillo. Samuel Smalo left town this morning fur acratituii, whero he will spend Christmas. M. I Doyle and suns, Martin and Edward, trout to Philadelphia to-duy to visit relatives. J.J Coakley, James Ilaughuey and Thomas WcOnlro, of Mahanoy City, peiit to-day in town. Mlsa Ellm O'lMen is visiting her sister Mrs. D.tnlel Dougherty, on South (lowers street. Mlw Magdalen McLaughlin, or Shamoklii, Is in town, tho guest or her sister, Mrs. M. J, I.i whir. Km nk II Williams has gone to l'lillnlel piila to spend tho Christinas holidays with his parents. Harry Wasley, student at the Meillro-Chir- urgleal college, Phlhididphia. Is home for his Christinas vacation, J. K. Coylo. Esq., lias gono to New York ritv. where he will spend the Christinas holidays with relutlves. Hefiry Goodman, bookkeeper fjr tho Shcn andoah llcef Company, has gone to N'ow Vork to spend Christmas with his parents. Miss Jennie Swindells, teacher In tlie Methodist Episcopal Orphaimgo at Philadel phia, is In town to spend Christmas with her parents. Miss Vitdie Koliler, who Is studying music it the New England Conservatory, Boston Mass , is homo to spend tho holidays with her parents, Mrs. Matthow Chllds, or Phlla lelphia, ac ompanod by her brother, H. P. Mollet, of craiitou, visited town to-day. They at tended tho runeral of n relative, tho late Patrick Carney, at Mahanoy City, this morn ing. Dniiiel V. Malono, of tho University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; M. J. Malono md Harry Mellet, of tho Mlllersvllle State Normal school, and Aithur O' Ultra, who studying mediciuo at a llaltlmoro college, have arrived hero to spend the holidays will their parents. Misses Mattio Francy, Susan Ilurkc, Itertha Newliouser, Mary Schmidt, Sadlo Gird In Nellie McDonald, Julia Kirk. Salllo Dovcrs, Kato FlniH'gan, Maine Wolih, Dertha Holder man, Emma Powell, Ccilia McAudrew and Messrs. William O'Donnell and James Whit akoraro home from tho Uloomsburg Stato Normal school for the holidays. Manager J. H, Hughes, of the local brunch of tho Armour Bocf Company, has gone to Chicago ou a business trip. Col. rcgar and his family, of Uow Glen, are spending Christinas at the Hotel Fergu son, as the guests of the former's son-in-law. Landlord W. II. Seeds. Clayton Swank, or RluefloUl. W Va , is hero visiting his sister, Mrs. Henry Smith, on South Gilbert street. A Powder Mill Explosion Removes everything in sight ; so do drastic mineral Dills, but both are mighty dangerous. Don't dynamite the delicato machinery or your body with calomel, croton oil or aloes pills, when Dr. King's New Life Pills, which aro ventlo as s summer breeze, do the work porfectly. Cures Headache, Constipation Only 25c at A. Wasley's drugstore. Tlie (tlrarilvlllo School Case. Counsel made argument for a new trial be fore Judge Helming yostorday in tlie caso of Brooks & Gibbs vs. Glrardville School Dis trict. The Judge will carefully weigh the argumonts, and annouueo his decision in a few days. Don't purchase your Xmas gift until you sco Drumm's stock and ask his prices. Position ut Kulztoiwi School. Miss Lillian Johnson, of Glrardville, has accepted tho position of critic and training teacher at the Keystone State Normal School, Kutztown. She will enter upon her new duties tho beginning of tho new year. Beautiful picturesaud mirrors at Davison's. ready for you. Every one of our regular departments is overflowing with giit possibilities in beautiful goods at wonderfully low prices. In addition these are on our tables : Express rush.. A Wonderful Medicine. EEC HAM'S ' For Dllloui nd Nervous Disorder!, tuch as Wind ind Pain In the Stomach, Sick Headache, Glddlnesa, Fulness and Swelling after meals, Dllllnesa and Drovatneta. CnlJ Chills. Kluih- I Injs of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of uream, iosuveness, uiotcries on me amn, uis- lurbed Sleep, Frlehllul Dreams,and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, eic. These allmems all arise from a disordered or abused condltioa of the stomach and liver. Iteecham's Pills will oulcklv restore Females to complete health, They promptly remove any obstruction or irregularity of the system. For a 1 Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Sick iicouacne, uisoraerea uiver, etc., they act like maelc a few doses will work won. ders upon the Vital Organs Strengthening the iviuscuiar aysicm, restoring ine long lost Lom i.niui,, ui u.kn lilt Allll.u,, VI nUIIC, t anil arouutna with Ilia Rosebud of ' rioniin r no twioo tnynical anomy I of tha human frame. For Ihrowlna an favors may aro apacinlly ra- i liownotf. These are "facts" admitted by inousanas, in all classes ot society, and one of the best guarantees to the Nervous and ucDiutatea is mat lieecnam s rills nave tnc Largest Sale of any Patent Medicine in the World. This hss been achieved Without the publication ot testimonials. Meecham a Pills have for many years been the popular family medicine wherever the English language is spoken, and they now stand i wunoui a rival. 10 cents and 2S cents, at ail drug stores. MiSSINO CREW RESCUED. BIpn o.f ttip Wliitti'lmi'U ItnrKe Unit llocn (;lsni lip l'nr Drml. Clevelnnd, Dec. 23. Pickands, Miither & Co., owners of the whalcback barye No. 115, which It was supposed had been lost with all on board In the Kreat storm Ot early last week, yester day received it telegram from the cap tain of the bargo saying thnt himself and crew were sate. The telegram says the vessel went ashore near Little Pic river, on I he north Bhoro of Lake Superior. The message says nothing as to tho condition of the vessel. Her crew consisted of nlno men. The preliminary report of Captain Bolce says thoy wandered In the wild country along tho shore of Lake Su perior for "some time before they came to a place where they could notify headquarters. Tho crew lived nlno days on two days' rations. It Is believed that the whole crow has taken tho train for Cleveland, The captain of the Colgate Hoyt, who reached tho "Soo" early In tho after noon, has mt.do n statement of his search. He shys he believed tho bargo had gone ashore on one of tho many Islands along the north shore of Lake Superior and started to cruise around among thni, making inquiries on each. He came about half way to Pic Isl and, when he heard that the bargo was ashore there and that the crew had been ashoro several days, and then turned back ui Sault Ste Marie. Our solid gold rings aro exactly to your taste. Ellis Deull's, 123 South Main St. 4t A11pkm1 Jury l'fiililer .Inlloil. Clearfield, Pa., Dec. 23. M. P. John son, the J'.try commissioner charged with Jury padding, who disappeared before the Issuance of a warrant for his arrest and who was arrested at Mar- Ion, Ind., was lodged In the county Jail here yesterday. Chief of Police Bert White, who captured Johnson at Marlon, will et the $500 reward or fered for Johnson's apprehension. For your swell and up to-datc neckwear go ... XT.. - T nnlC. 10 01 "U Church Notice. Services will be held in the Congregational church to-morrow. Preaching at 10:30 a. 111, and 0 p. m. by Hev. T. L. Martin. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Latest novelties in boys' capi at Max Levifs. 12-21-3t l'oultry Stolen. Burglars last night visited tho wholesale house of E. M. Goodman, nt Mahanoy City, and stole a hundred pounds of fowl and a small amount of cash. The most appropriate holiday gifts at Davison's. Hi'iivy Itrnurtl for r'alninrra. Now York. Dec. 23. The directors of tho Brooklyn Rapid Transit company have offered a reward of $25,000 for In formation leading to the discovery and conviction of the author or authors of renorts recently circulated to affect the stock market concerning tho com pany's affairs. pOK CHIEF llUUCIKSS, MICHAEL GRAHAM, Of tlie Second ward Subject to Citizens' party rules. pon ci 1 imp uunoEss, FRANK B. WILLIAMS, Of the Third ward. Subject to Citizen. part rules. Holiday Footwear. Don't buy elsewhere until you see our stock. It is a winner and so pre the prices attached to every pair ot shoes, whether for men, ladies, misses, or children. We sell the "best" qualities of footwear cheaper than any other shoe dealer Mothers should bear in mind that our children's shoes are the most durable. We are closing out another lot very cheap. BOSTON TORY 811 27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, I. SPON1, PROP, FOUR D00KS ABOVE POST OFFICE. Pa. Cheapest Shoe Repairer.-- GOOD WORK GUVNTEED. Men, sole, and heela .. 00 and ftOo Men'. " " (aewed) .SSandtiOa Ladles"4 " " , 40 and 60o Idlf"' " " laewfill (iOo clilldr(Mi'nolM4and heel 80 and 35c Gum boot, aole and lieel .. bOo wlttt patcli. UOo to II. Children's alioea, 25c. Satlatactory atcli work Hlmea heeled only 15 and SO tU. Sam Broady, Jtolkina' lllock SSW.C'euIre .tree! Till! WI'.VTIIKU. Thrt Imv urna In Mm llriltsll nortll- WGst hiiH conitmtetl to deepen nntl uo'.v I immilh .mum. ji pxtentis into inu northern tiortlons of Montana nail North Dakota. Ab normally high pienattro still per sists In the mltltlle plateAU. There tins been snow In eastern Kansas. I'orecast for this ii i - .VLH.r , section: Fair to-,uMi$Ll''- V rlay; Increasing -.,tiVV I'loutllness tomor row. .villi proiiablx local rains. Hiinrlso, 7:2G; stitiset, 4: 1"; lsnuth of day, flli., 32m.: moon rise, 11:32 p, m.; moon sets 10:48 a. m. TIII'.ATItlOAI.. MTTI.E IHBNK C0M1N0. Die welcome that will be iiiconU'il Hint InliultaliloclilM artist, Mttlu Irene Myers, tipon the opcniiiK of her return enamgenletit ut Ferguson's tlicatro next Mondny iimtliipe, will tloubtleos bo nn enthusiastic one, con sldering that l.ittio Irene is 0110 of Slicnnn rlonh's tnnst fuvorctl stars. Sovoral now pinys VflilclnfToril esicollcnt opportunity for ills playing lie r phenomenal dramatic ability, L f WV f liavo been added to tlio repertoire, niacnlfi cent speclul sconery bus been acquired, a lumber of new and novel specialties bavo been secured, and every effort lias been made to mako tho attraction second to none at popular prices. "Tlio Burglar" will bo given at matinee, and Outcasts of a Great City' at niftlit, Christmas, Seats now on sale for both roatluco and night. LAST NIOIIT'S I'liltFOKStANCn. "Tlie World Against Her," a strong nielo drama with many emotional scenes, was well produced at Ferguson's theatre, last night by a good cast headed by Aenes Wallace Villa who was very efl'ecttvoln tho rolo of Madge Curlton, tlio persecuted woman estranged from her husband through an Indiscretion magnified by an unscrupulous man seeking to attain Ills own selfish ends. The Jennie Clcgg of Minuio Delluven and James Carl ton of Harold Coblll were also strong parts well portrayed. Clever specialties were in troduced by U cor 20 E. Fisher and Albert Livingston. Ordinary household accidents have, no tcr rors when there's a bottlo of Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil in tho medicine chest. Heals bums, cuts, bruises, sprains. Instant relief. No finer holiday stock than at Davison's. Young l'eoplo'a Alliance. Tlio county convention of the Ynun People's Alliance will bo held in Salem Evangelical church, at Ashland, on next Wednesday and Thursday. Tho Ashlaud Alliance workers ure making arrangements for tiioir entertainment. Liver Complaints cured by Uuiicii A M' 1'tr.LS. You cau buy it nt iirumrn's. l-18.tr MISCELLANEOUS. T) KNT OH SALK A bote!, contain. nir four- Jib teen rooms, ttic bur room fixture complete; nnti 1 ne uouo iseenTraiiy jocn.ru in .unblown Tor further information apply to Michael retera, Shenandoah, la. 12-21-tf IOU HKNT. A verv .lealrable brick dwellln J hous' , No, Bi Kat DaV a'reet. Hiuht roomn, wuterln the hemse, n nice sttlo yard, a most oenimnii locaiion iex. 10 u. iu cnurcn I'oi HPfHlon ctven Janunrv 1. 1900. Kent reuonnhle Apply at 28 West Lloyd btreet. or SOSouth White street. lZ-lQ-tl coil IjlOU SALB.A eprius wagon. ? llKUALI) Ofllco. Apply at the ti ATOT1CK, Desirable nrouertiea for sale, Ati li ply to S, O, JM. Ilollopeter, attorney, Sheiv anuoau. ikji-u OR RENT OR KOR S LE.No. 120 North Maui street, now occupied by a faticj shoo itore, I'osneBs'on given April 1st, 1900. Store lias ulfttB claBS fronr. Htore flnd-wtlllnir can bo rented with or without warm am and tnhlc very r.aonable by a ileslratile tennnt Amily to C. W. Newhouser No 122 North Alnln fat. tf rirfirivn A1TH. a I l a- I l .. O shoes and rubberH Our sal lit now on ana our stock must be io d as soon os injslble At ChHrlrs DIctz, 120 North Main street. 12-lG-lw OR SALIC Cheup to a prompt buyer. A verv desirable three-storv nronertv In a paved square on Main street. Contains two largo store rooms with plate glass fronts Com fortable dwelling with bath. Yard, warerrom at.d stable, to each. Whole lot 0vl50 feet tn alley. Very fine location for any kind of uuNiuess. j-reier to sou me wnoio properly but will sell part of It if desired, nt verv reason able Drlce and ternis. For further lnformntlnn pleoNo address "Owucr," 1 O. llox 22, Shenan- j uoau, ra ii-o-tr NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS. Notice Is hereby given to the holders of Shcn- n. rfnnli Pnnii.vl.anl. M.tlinnl TILl.l.t l.A.l- Isiuo o 1H-7, matiirlnK July 1, l'.W, to present the following numbered bonds to W. Thomas Ie, treasurer, for payment on 3a tiary 1, 1(JC0, uticr wiiiuii nam uiieri-a. win cciuiu Numbers 16. SO. 49. ra. 69. 83. 81. 91. 91. 96. 1C9. 112, 113. 118, 133, 1(0, ISO, 159, 161, 166, 180 anil 185. For further Information apply at the Sco e- rory a omc, t ei Mreei hciiooi uuuuinfr. Thomas Dove, Jr J It. MAHT1N, SI. J. WlIlTAKElt, liDWAlU) O. JlALH K, OKOUGE Ilui.VEV, Finance Uommittee. 8henanrloali, I'a., Dec. 13, 1899. 16-23 30 notice:. The following coupon bonds of i per cent, loan of !8t5 wero drawn for redemption and Interest on the rane will cease December Slat, 1899, to wit: Denomination JIOOO Nos. 7,8, 21,26, 2S.30, 83,52,61,62, 81, f6, 99, 13 Honda, ll3,fX 00. Denomination 5600. Nos. 2t, 30, 12, 46, 00, 66, 71. 81, 8 Honda, $1001.00. Denomination (100 Nos. 4, 1.1,22,23,26.28, 30, 31, 31, 1". 01, 70, 80. 87, 08, 101, 106, 120, 128, 136, 137, 139, 142, 1 3. 153, 103, 17-, 27 Honda, 2,70O.t0. Total, f 19.700 00. Holders ol the aliovo bonds will present the samo for payment after December 3iat, 1899. Ily order of tho County Commissioners. II. J.Muliioox, Controller. Pottsvllle, Pa , DfC. 15, 1896. 16-23-26 What You Need For Christmas. Wo a, prepared to supply you with your Chrlatiiias need.. nu may need many uooda and here Is the place you can K?t them for leas money than any. where elae. See our Groceries, Poultry, Llye and Dressed Tiuck. ALU KINDS. Thia Is where to buy to save your money from being fKjuauuereu. 233 West Centre Street, r rf i GJOL. DIN'S Ihristmas Brings its Joys and Sorrows, but Our Holi day Stock of Clothing is the Delight of Everybody. THE most sensible and useful Christmas present one can receive is a nice, well fitting, stylish made suit of clothes. We have'lots of them in stock for Men, Youths and Children. We have adopted a holiday scale of prices to suit all purses and everybody can give somebody a present from our stock without mak ing themselves short of money. OUR OVERCOATS ARE BEAUTIES! Just the thing for a present to your husband, son, or brother, or even your cousin. All prices and styles and none better in the market. You can delight your child on Christmas morning by giving him jne of our Vestees, Blouses, Reefers, Juniors, or one of the little Overcoats in light, with or without velvet collars, brown, blue, black, or any color you wish. We have them in all sizes. Mammoth Clothing House, and 11 S. Main AHUSEHENTS. Ferguson's Theatre. DAK. J. FERGUSON, Mer. CHRISTMAS WEEK COMMENCING PflDRY, PEG. 25, '99 THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE, Irene Myers And a company of quality. New playn. New pi ay era, PRICES : - - 10, 20 and 30 Cts. Special Scenery. Electrical Effects. WWWWW Monday Matlnoo, "The Burglar." Mondov Evening, "Outcasts of a Great City." Reaerved scatii at Klrlln's drug store for both matinee and night. Malinee Prices : - 10, 20 2nd 25 Cts. RESERVED SEATS, 25 Cts. Have just received a large line of new and attractive oliday ...(jOO-S At very low prices. Do you want to make your friends happy ? Then come to our store and buy a nice comfort able Fancy Chai", Couch, Divan, Swinging Rocker, of the latest design and finish at prices so low that everybody can aflord to buy them. Our line of Morris Chairs. Ladies' Desks, Combination Cases and Floor Rockers are superior than ever before. . O'NEILL Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, IOG South Main St. OUR DISPLAY Of watches, jewelry, silverware and musical instruments does not decrease, but is con stantly being replaced with new goods. Our selection is just as large and varied to-day as when the season op ened. Low Prices Is our motto. Come in and be convinced We mean ex actly what we say. Remem ber the place and "save money. We guarantee every article we sell. Ellis Deull, inSosf Just Arrived! From South Africa. The finest hops and malt to manu facture the famous BERGNER & ENGEL Tannhauser Beer. It is now on tap at the well known hostlery or P. J. Hiley, 200 West Oak street, for the holidays. Give him a call and be convinced Soloman Haak, flgt., 116 South Haiti St., SHENANDOAH, P0NNA. QOLDIN'S St., Holiday Good old Santa Clans his annual festival ai amongst the boys and men and maidens as We have- made our Alladin's cavern well s of Dolls, Go-carts, Picture Books, Etc. Dolls. Hundreds of dressed and un dressed beauties. See our special 23c one. Go-carts. A splendid assortment, all sizes, from 25c up. Toy Instruments. Pianos, all sizes, Trumpets, Drums, Accordeons, Metal apliones, from 5c up. Magic Lanterns, Steam Engines, Mechanical Toys ; of the latter we have an immense assortment. CHAS. GIRVIN, , 3 South Main St., Shenandoah. G AUG HAN'S Rich Values now Ava li able to our Patrons. Others niade from good quality all wool cloth, lined, vttlue 51.69, 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 white, all-wool, home-made Blankets, value 54.50, our price lor this lot $3.35. P. J. GAUGHAN. CALL FOR THE Special ...Brew FROM Canada Malt IT IS OUT OF SIGHT. Columbia Brewing Company. IF YOU ARE WISE Of all kinds, and from every quarter of the globe. Kid body dolls, doll carriages and go-carts start at 15c. Doll beds, cradles, children's tables and chairs', dishes and kitchen sets, pastry sets magic lanterns, tool chests, guns, swords, priming presses, pianos, Iron toys of all descriptions, games, blocks, and a thousand other lliinns in it.. hearts of the little ones. Christmas Trimmings In dreat Variety. F.J. PORT2, The Largest, Prettiest and Cneapest Toy House in Shenandoah. QOLDIN'3 I Goldin, Proprietor. Gifts. is getting ready to hold id scatter his rewards girls, and even the young well as the older folks, store into a veritable tocked with every variety Foys, Games, Animals, Iron Toys. Engines, Hook and Ladders, Patrol Wagons, Drays, Cook Stoves, etc., 10c to $2.00. Animals. Horses, Sheep, Donkeys, Goats, etc., 10c to 3.00. Interesting Games. A big variety, from 10c to $1.00. Fancy Goods. Plush or Celluloid gifts. Suitable for all ages. Fancy China. A stock which cannot be ex celled in this county. One lot of Ladies' and Misses' fine Ker sey Jackets, in black, castor and royal blue, lined with romaine silk, worth $10, our price S7.50. Another lot extra quality Kersey, in blaak, tan, cartor& royal, lined through out with best grade tancy taffeta silk, value $12.50, our price gio.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 $3.00, our price $2.25. A better quality cloth, extra heavy, in car dinal, electric blue, navy and green, value S4.75. our price $3,75. Ladies' Plaid Winter Waists, made from best quality English Flannelette, real value 65 cents, our price 50 cents. THE BOSTON BAKERY NOW AT 222 West Centre Street. Try our 25 centa worth of bread check. II entitle, you to .even loaves. 1 Oc Regular size cup cake 7c. 1 oc Regular size sponge cake sc. Try our confectionery, lluy trom ua. Wo .ell fine confectionery cheap. Boston Bakery, B. Morgan.teln, Prop. You will do your Christmas shopping here. With the experience of muuy years ot successful Christ mas trading to guide us, we have now on display the finest, best and cheapest assortment of goods ever shown. COR the older people we have an exceed- ingly pretty line of Fancy Toilet Case., Shaving cls, Cuff and Collar lioxes, Bevel Plate Mirrors, Opal ware, etc., etc. These goods arc positively the prettiest ever "laced before a critical public. We have no" rents to pay and are determined that none khail undersell us. Our prices stagger our com petitors. We are alwavs readv In rive vnu luilite and courteous treatment when you call. Uverybody welcome. Remember the place and number. 21 N. Main St.