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ISTOW OUST TIE3 I
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
On tlic Kiulit Trade.
8KVKKN. tho Grocer, ft still on tho riKht
iraok nnd come to time with another train
oad of Finu Gr.ceries, Uannod Goods,
Meat?, lour, etc.
Centro nnd White Bts., Shcnnmloah
AFFAIRS O AUGHT HASTILY.
What Nowb Qathorora Tako
Momont to Toll About.
A now moon out.
Winter is coming.
IletH aro being paid.
Some people aro now eating crow.
Sharp toed shoes are to be the style.
Big buttons are fashionable this sea
White laciuus in black shoes is a
The "biting Croats of winter" will
soon be here.
Now glvo politics a rest and get
down to work.
Tho boutonniere for masculine full
dress Is always of white llowers.
The weather prophets promise us
plenty of Melghing for this winter.
Immensely long Blecves nre good
stvle. because they make the mind
The maiden's thoughts will soon be
turned tosvnrd Hint Christmas present.
A new design of liiif dollars, quar
ters and dimes will be put in cireuia
tlou January 1, lhOU.
The following note picked np on tho
street Monday afternoon is a inauly ox-
position of what narrowly escaped being
a grievous wrong:
Deaii Jane 1 hono rou ain't mad becnuso I
didn't lafT nt you when you laITt nt mo last
evening at th post titlls. 1 ain't prowri, dear
June, but 1 have got a bllo under my arm, and
I can't lall an I used to, as Heaven U my Judge.
Yours truly. uknuv.
Chance fnr an Opeiilnp.
There was a territlo thunderstorm last
nieht. and in tho mail thi3 noon there
wore letters from nine different light
ning rod men inquiring if there was any
kind of an opening here for them. Wo
don't doubt but that an opening conld
bo made for them if they woro here, as
the frost is not deep.
Tho finest noto paper nnd onvolopes In
tbo country at Alas Keeeo's. tf
Nov. 18 Grand supper In Kobbins' opora
nouso for tbo benefit of tbo Trinity lla-
Novonibor 20. Grand euppurin ltohbins'
opera house; benefit of Lady Harrison
LodRe, No. 10, A. V. L. A.
Keep your eye on this local. Kcagoy,
tho photographer, will have his now open
ins in a few days and will havo something
interesting that will surprise the people, tf
Legal blanks of all kinds for sale nt the
Do you want a situation ?
Bo you wantholp?
Do you want to soil your businoee ?
Do you want to sell or oxchanRO real
If co, call on Max lteeso, Shonnndoah,
fiKont for tho Unitod States Employment
and Business ARoncy, -11 and -16 Broadway,
Oysters aro in eoason. Go to Schooner's.
1 amillcH Euppliod. l'arlore for ladioe. 9-i-tf
Buy Keyttone flour. Be careful that the
name Lkssio & Co., Ashland, l'a., ii
printed on every sack. 3-3-ltaw
Wators' Weiss boor Ib tho beet.
Koilly eolo agent.
THE OLD TAKEN
Is now located at llalubrldfe's old stnnd,
Cor. COAI. nud WEST 8TS.
and i)frers to the pnbllo tho llnest Hue of
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED I
ProvUlnns, Klsh and Oysters, Orecn and
HmoKett nam and l lllcn.
The place to buy your school books cheap is
Also Hclmlnr's Companions, nook Htraps,
Bohoel Hum". Tablets, etc. BSverythlng
and auythlng required In school.
Slates, pencils, eta, sold re
tall nud wholesale.
Books Suitable for East and West MabanoyTwp.
Don't forget the place If you wish to cave
nuao r ninerD m n nvaun
22 East Centro St., Sienanooah.
MAVKUICJIt HA.NIC 1IVI llliNUS.
Controller l.ucey Sy They Will 11
Larger Thau Kxpectori.
Uorto.v, Nov 0. Controller Lncoy
makes this statement in connection with
tho alTalrs ot the Maverick National
"Iteceivor Benl lias fliod hla bond nnd
received his commission, and is now nc
tlvoly omployod in provldiug for tho
nromnt return to correspondents or sucn
rouilttances ns have been received since
tho fall tiro ot tho bank.
"Thor are so lanjo in voiumo that
thoir proper Investigation and clnsslllcn
tlou will tiecosnrlly employ some tlmo,
but is hoped Mint n, Vory few days will
complete all this part of hit duties.
"As investigation prooeous tlioro is ft
moro cheerful feeling as to tho nssots.
The judgment of those host lnformeu Is
that larger dividends may be renlized by
creditors than at first anticipated.
"I know of no othor bank In Boston
which is not fully entitled to confidence.
Both myself and the rocelver acreo that
a dividend shall he declnrod nt tho earli
est practicable momont, mid It is hoped
that ovary crodttor of tno uanK will
promptly present his claim for allow
J1ISOUSTKI) WITH I'ONSKCA.
Knptibllcnn l'urty of llrnzll ot In Love
With the Illvtnlor.
Rto de Janeiro, Nov. 9. Tho now
dictatorial government has prohibited
tho holding of public meetings until all
signs of uneasiness pass entirely away.
Tho newspapers aro commanded not to
make nnj remarks about I)a Fonseca's
dissolution of Congress or dictatorial
There are ninny eviuonces uino tuo ite-
publican party Is disgusted with tho
acts of the I-rosidout. Baron do Lucona
Is tho only ono of tho Ministry who re
mains In the Dictator's Cubiuot, and is
regarded as an Imperialist.
Both the army anil navy continue, to
uphold Fonscca in tho new rolo ho lias
nssumed. Tho rumored uprising in tho
State ot Itlo Grnndo do bul seems to
havo died out, according to the latost
news from that part of tho Republic, for
everything is reportod to bo quiet.
Kxlt John K. Umlinonil.
Cork. Nov. 9. John Ii Redmond, the
ilnfontocl ParnoUlto candidate, took his
donarturo from Cork Inst night, lie
was escorted to tno railway station dv
lnrgo gathering of ids ndhorents beariuff
torches aim Uoacloil oy u.inus ot music.
Before taklnu ills seat in tho train Mr.
Redmond was praseuted with an address
by tho members of an organization
known as "Young Ireland," composed
of young men who have just attalnau
the right of suffrage. Mr. Redmond re
piled brleliv, thanking his supporters
for their adherence in the fnco of tho
violont tactics resorted to by their
Rots Clothes and
When it becomes neceffary to hire nhoro
and buggy, whether on business or nleas-
tiro, many poople liko a neat buefty ar"i a
nice, quiet, gentle liorfo mat can travel
protty well ; others like ono that is quick
activo and showy. Porsons in need of
horfos and buggies can bo accommodated
wltn wnnt tnoy want nt
EVAN J. DAVIES'
LIVERY AND PEED STABLE,
12 ami U North Pear Alley,
Frank Hess' old .'stand, rear of Lubure'
ha'dware storo. Oood euro taken o( tran
slent horses. All kinds of hauling uttended
to promptly. Cheapest place in town for
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
I 'Where be will be plcaiel to meot the wants
or ins inenas ana ine puuno in
I Evorytliintj in tho Drinking Lino,
CIIlJAiEIt THAN KVCKl AX
JN0. B. PRICE'S SONS
Philadelphia Clieap Bargain Sioro.
For a full line of
ladles' and dents' Furnishing Goods ntthe
lowest prices hi eclat HneolCcm
forts at Jl.VScncli,
J. RABINOWITZ, 110 EL Centre street
A GOOD SHOE
FOR $1.75, WORTH $2.25.
Repairing Neatly Dono.
S. L. BROWN,
Common Sense Shoe Store,
110 South Main St., Shenandoah.
Artists Oil Paints!
OIL SKETCHING PAINTS.
STUDIO AND SKETCHING EASES.
Hater, Colors in Cakes, Pans and Tubes.
FLACQUES AND PANELS
IN TIN AND WOOD,
Green Truck Stand
Cor. Main and Oak Streets,
Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
A tine line of Choice QltOCKItlES
Kins and Candles.
Poultry of all Kinds.
Mr. Costlet receives his ereen truck dallv
Iroin the city markets, wlilcb Is a gunrnnien
to bis cnsiomcrs that they wlllrecelvo frtth
gooaswiien uuyumrom uim,
Newly. Refitted and Renovated
TONSORIAL : PARLORS
Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing I
SHAMrOOINO, ETC., 11V
E. G. J. WADLINGER
Under l'ostolllce Building,
Main and Oak Sts., Shenandoah
4i-llol and cold baths. Polite, nrnmrt and
JOHN H. EVANS' SALOON,
3G E. CENTRE BT., SHENANDOAH
FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE.
Finest brands of clirnra alwuvii nn hnnrt
x tit) uei wiiiiperuuoe urines.
WALL PAPER BARGAINS
Largest and cheapest stock In town.
Artistic Painting, Graiiiog and Decorating
J. P. CARDEN,
10-3-6ra 221 W. Centro Ht PHENANDOAH
CENTS for a wiucjowoliad
ith frlnee, others for 65c.
G5o and up. Hhuiles inutle
fur etores una private ihvol
liiKH. a new lot of sliud
lugs and frlti t't's to match.
O. 3D. PHICKE'S
Carpet Slere, 10 South Jardin SI, near Centra
J H POUEBOT,
4 TIORHEY-A T'LA IV,
O niw-BMiiltll's biilldln
corner Main int. Ci.
nem snira Jb
A itvertuetnents tn tht column, not exccetUna
linen. 5 c for one intrrtion: 76e. tor two: Jl for
three; one week, 11.50. two ueeki, it; one
ITOR SALE. A larce "Jilornlnc
JL' I.lebl" double heater. Hultablo f r r.
slore. or dwelling. Apply to 11. A. Hwalm
Wmith Main street 10-13-tf
FARMS FOR SALE. Areyou look
Inn lor a larm? If so call on or write lo
. j Heiuer, rracKvuie, l'a., as to wnere iney
re located and for terma. &22-tf
T7"ANTED A girl
T T nouse wont, in a si
house work. In a small family. Ap-
piy at 21 iNiiim -iain street.
u uiv tiiiiiM i. A pix-roonieci
JL on KastCnal street Oood cellar.
islde and outside.
Call on Q.
105 N. Main street.
OR SALE Cheap, a slaughter
JL! bouse with engine, chonpo , boiler, Ket
ilts, etc Apply to licnjnmln Itlcliards 231
wen LMoyu street, rtiieuanuuui, i'a. ii-i-iw
L'liiv oauii.-A nice k uure uiriii
JL' lor fale. xlx miles from Shenandoah.
Ileiullf'illy situated on a pnbllo road Oood
dwelling. Ooodbarn. Fruit trfes beglnnlug
to bear. All young. Splendid stream ol
water ruunlng thrnUKli Hie the land. Tblsls
good cnanee for a nnn wno wantn a stnnu
Tin. innmro of Ja i ts U. llutlon. pohl
office bulldl g, room 0. v-Otf
i lniuncu ivjin;ji. inoucc is
beieby given tbut nn application will
bumsdo to tbo Cnuit ol Common I'leii- ol
Hclniylkill county ou Mondny, November30.
l. K. itui. niiu uciock initio loienoon.un
er Ibc"corT)orHtloL lictof(heenmlnniiWAMltli
ol I'ennsjlvnDla, approved Arrliai, 1871 "and
me- Fuppieineni uieroio, lor ine cuartor ol nn
nte nea corporal on lo Dn caneu "1 lie foiluli
ii. liusimer Ahsociation oflie. miaou li, l'a."
nl nvs elation lo be located InMbennndo ib,
'a., and to have fur Its olileet the nmli lo
nnuc1 ol ao aoclatlon 'oi social, educational
uiu ueni nciai purposes to lis members iroui
unds collected tbcrelu.
B. O, M. IIOLLOPETElt,
Attoiney fur Applicants.
Bbennndoah, Pa., Nov. 1. '01. 11-5-3W
FECIAL SALE !
Next Ten Days.
MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits,
BootB and Indies' and Chil
DRY GOODS AND UNDERWEAR!
tot a large reduction at the
ORIGINAL BARGAIN STORE
23 S. MAIN STREET,
fr Watch for the HE'D HON in front,"C
Fall and Winter Millinery.
Ill N.MA1N ST., S3ENAND0AO
PARTIK8 in reed ol or stove repairs
of any description should call
on me, ns I beep constantl
on hand u full supply, liny
the best range In the
market, N EW
Mm It is guar
antced to do
to the price, It will
suit you. This excellent
stove be had only Irom
m P. PHATT,
TIN ROOFING, SPOUTING, ROOF PAINTING
promptly attended to.
7-8-.1in 331 S. Jardin St., Shenandoah
LEATHER and SHOE FINDINGS
Dealer In all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies
Large and first-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplwa
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson Honso building, SHENANDOAH, PA,
To the ladles of Hlieuandoah and vicinity.
A SclentltlcDress CuttingaodMaklneUranch
Hchool Is Queued In room No. 8, ltubbms'
building, over the post oiUce, where pupils
are lakm and taught ibelAtestand bestnys
tern of cultluuanudressinalilui'. Tho system
Is a Hiving nt lime, labor and money and Is
readily acquired. All a-e delighted who have
learned u. upen evenings.
11-9-tf Mrs, M. C. IIKWITT
SALOON AND RESTAUR AN
201 N. Main St., iSUenandoah.
The Finest Slock of Beers, Ales, Cigars, Etc.
mr bJLbi W m-Jarr J nl mnirj
It is not necfssiirv loco about it surrentltiouslv. nH do the trnmiriH in Mm
picture, if you wou'd take a peep at our
in dre8 Knods, cloaks, wrana utid runs.
self and visitors may freely inspect the
to uuy. we uavo nonic attractive specialties tins week in the lineof Dry Goods,
Coats, YVrapb, etb. '
PRICE'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
No. 6 South
ANTIQUITY uu be tolerated In almost any
thing but lints. If the head Is out of date
the rest of tbo body Is pretty sure to follow
snlt. Nobody bul a millionaire or a genius
can afford to wearanclem headgear, nnd even
they take a good inauy chances when they do
It. It will cost you no more to bo up with the
times than It will to bo lialfn mile behind
them. Everything about our 1 1,00 bat Is band,
some but the price, and tl.W) fur such a hat can
scnroaly be called anytlilne but a ridiculously
low figure. The same can bo; said of our 25c
neckwear. Our line of gents' furnishing goods
is the lowest priced lu tbe market.
13 S, Main St, S0ANLAN Shenandoah
FALL AND WIS
TElt STVLKS OP
East Centre St., Shenandoah, Pa.
The finest and largest asrortment
In Hats, Bonnets and Caps at re
markably low prices. Our Hue of
Children's TRIUMKD AND UN
Oftianot too Eciualloci.
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES !
COFFEE DOUSE, 32 N. Main St.
Families supplied with raw oytlers by the
Mita FEitauaoN, rrop.
elegant display of the latest novelties
Our ctoro is a little world's fair In it
exhibition without being Importuned
FORECASTING THE WEATHER.
One weather prediction mar
bo made with safety that
there aro plenty of cold snaps,
raw winds and storms in storo
for us before Spring comes.
Our stock of Heavy-weight
Clothing comprises everything
for dress and comfort the
Suit, the Overcoat, tho Reefer,
tho Storm Uoat. We clotho
both man and boy with taste
Cor. 13th fx Chestnut Sts,
DO rOU WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
and well-made, fashionable clothesT
If so, call ou
W. J". JACOBS,
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
.8 South Jardin Street, Shenandoah.
Call and see samples of tbo latest goods and
the styles. Oood workmanship, piomplness
and fair prices.
" 8 -
largest und oldest reliable purely caih com
panies represented by
120 S. Jardin St., Shenanaoah, Pa.
Q. M.aAMlLTOH, MTlST "
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offloe-20 West Lloyd Street, Bbenanaoali