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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
j ? are- I vl
KAISER 1XF0BT BUB,
On tlic Right Trade,
HKVKHN. thoOrooor, is still on tlin right
iihi k find comM to time with another train
.oftil of Fine Gr cerios, Untitled Goods,
Mont, Flour, etc.
Centre mid White BtH., Shenandoah.
WAR IN CONGO.
YllHeo Attacked by tlio Hlto for IIo
fimliiff to VuriiUh Mml.
Uohtos, Nov. 23. A letter from the
Ilev. Br. Small Buys that the Congo
State 1b making war upon the natives
of the Upper Congo. Several mouths
ago the government expedition or tlio
suppression of itlavery started up the
river under command of Mr. Vitnkerclc
huvun. He was Inn true ted to punish all
men engaged In the slave trade, and to
enlist men from each town in tho Congo
'1 wo large steamers flllod with troop3
vent up the river, Intending to put a
stop to slave raids on tho Lomaml and
Aruwlmt rivers. Many of the largo
towns, Including (JhumUlrl. liolobo,
Irobu and others, refused to supply tho
men required ol them. lhoy suid thoy
could not understand why foreigners
should nut only claim the ownership of
the country, but should also demand
the services of the ablest and strongest
They consequently ignored the com
mauds of the state, sont their women
and children away, brought out their
puwder, guns, spears and knives, and
I ought desperately against each com'
puny of soldiers sent to attack them.
in course they were defoated In every
instance. One of the large steamers,
however, was pierced in more than a
d .eu places, and some wounds were In
(hcted upou the Statu soldleryi but the
military traluing of the Souiluneso and
Zanzibar! and tnelr superior weapon
left no hope for the natives.
At liolobo fully lUU natives wero
killed and GO strong fellows wero takon
ns a wur Indemnity, The people of
Irobu lied Into the junglo after a dozen
of their warriors had been killed, nud
their large and nourishing town, cover -
ins an urea of about throe square miles.
was burned, uud nothing was loft of it
but blackened grass, burnt sticks and
fullen trees. Tho Congo State soldiers
look away fowls, goats, sheen, bananas
and all other provisions thoy could And,
nnd there is now a scarcity of food
among tho people. Tho wildest oxel to
me, a prevails all ovor tho oouutry, and
the natives are nursing a spirit of sav
age revenge aguinst tho European resi
dents. A llnrbud M'lro Trail.
Nkw Youk, Nov. 23. A suit Insti
tuted against the Elmer Mauufaoturiug
Company of Nowburgh, N. Y., by tho
Columbia Patent Company of this city,
for Infringement of patents, has brought
out the first authentic announcement of
a "barbed wire trust," composed of the
leading barbed wire manufacturers of
the country, Including tlio Washburn -.Moeu
Company of Worcester, Mass.,
and the Olivei-3 of Pennsylvania. Tho
Columbia Company claim to own prac
tically all patents oovering the manu
facture of barbeil wire and machinery
used in manufacturing It, and have In
stunted suits against smull concerns iu
all parts nt the country for Infringe
To tho Traveling Public
If you are contemplating atrip to the
West, or southwest the question naturally
(rises, which lathe best and most economi
cal way in wbloh to tnsko the journey.
This information you oan ascertain by
fending postal to me answering the fol
lowing questions: Whore are you going?
When are you going? Where will you
sturt from ? How many will there be in
your party? What freight and baggage
will you have to ship? On receipt of this
I will write or oall upon you prepared to
furnUh rnnns, time tables, and fullest
Information regarding routes, lowrst rales
of all oai of tickets, land pamphlets, re
sort books, Hot Springs guide, etc.
The Missouri 1'aclflo lUilway and Iron
Mountain Route is noted for its superb
through oar serviee. Pullman Vtutibuleil
liulTott Sleeplna Parlor and Tourist S'eep
iiii; ears, also Palace Kecllring Chair Cars
free, are run on all through trains. Ask
for tiokets via this popular route, and
correspond with me before completing
arrangement for your 'trip. J. P. Mo
Cann, Eastern Traveling Agent, No. 657
N. Main St., Blroira, N. T or 801 Broad
way, New York Oity. W. K. Hoyt,
General Eastern Passenger Agent, No. 891
Broadway, New York Oity. Tl e Mi.-souri
Pacific) 1UI1 war Iron Mountain Route, tf
Do you want a situation T
Do yon want help?
Do you want to tall your buiinacs 1
Do you want to tall or exchange real
If (o, oall on Max Jiaaas, Shenandoah,
agent for the United Btataa Smployment
and Buttaaia Atanoy, 44 and 46 Broadway,
FOR : THANKSGIVING : DAY !
Tnst lticclvi d a lot to dny,
Cor. COAL, nud WEST STS
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY.
Whnt News Gatherers Take a
Moment to Tell About.
Got n turkey yet?
The moou is growing old.
November is now on tho home
Our job work gives satisfaction.
It doesn't follow that a mnn want
the earth because ho hikes the world
as he finds it.
iho boys would llko to see skating
for Thanksgiving day, but the cold
wuvo is departing.
It Is premature to tell any woman
that t-lie is an angel until it is seen
how she can cook a bteuk and boll a
Our merchants are prepared to fur
nish anything you need. There Is no
oecalfn fur anybody to go out of town
to do any shopping.
Injured, at tho Strippinga
A Hungarian retidiig;on the rocks wn1
injured by a fall of olay nt the Shenandoah
City colliery ptripninpc this morning. He
was tskon to hie home in an ambulance.
Rots Clothes and
Good Horses I Nice Buggies I
Fine Double Carnages I
In chargo of good, careful, ref ponsiblo drh-
ors to hir at all ilm.es na at
reasonable r&tes at
EVAN J. DAVIES'
LIVEUY AND FEED STABLE,
12 and U North I'ear Alley,
Hear of Lulieig's hardware ttoie. JToises
ttilen to Jlimrrt. ChthIuI atlcnth n given lo
Feeding Uor.es. ill kluritnl JIAULIKU at
tended to pronn tly i haie moderate.
Falthfully and prrniplly attended lo.
THE PIMPS SHOE S101E,
M.Ooldman, formerly manager of iho Eos
ton Hhooi-tore, South Slain stree-t, l:ns opened
u nuv shoe sto.o In Jlailneuin's building, cor
ner Pontic sheet and Market nllry, where l:o
hnslu flock a tine aM-ortmeut of Jootwc-ar,
which he lately purchased at public aa'oal
Hotl'ielif in. linn is now telling tlieni cheaper
than the n nnulicluicis tan mnknthem..
Men's talfbulton shoo tl SO, elsewhere SSI
Men's line Colli -ess shoe.... 1 Si " i7,i
indies' dou.olu button thoe.l in 11 HO
" trench kid shoe. 1 50 " 2 so
Men's beit lubber boot 1 in 14 225
Suci Bargains in Footwear
Were never before ottered In town, l'arllos
l.'.iia out ot Iciv i when they get oil tiulnsnt
the l.ehlMi and ltendlm; depots should watch
f.,r the si ,n of iho ''lnr,"Mud climb two steps
as it win pay you 10 ciiinu int-iu.
The People's Shoe Store
Cor. Centre Street tod Jlarltt Alley.
CEN'l S for a window shade
1th fringe, others for 55c,
anu u 1 1. nnsuea made
store mid private dwel-
iuea. A new lot of shad"
lugs and fringes (o match.
C. 3D. PBICKE'S
Carpet Store, iO South Jardin SI, near Centre
rhiladeljihia Cheap Bargain Siorof
For a full line of
Ladies' and UenU' KiiruUhlug Utodsatthe
lowest pi Ices, ccla llieoltm.
forts nt II. '.'6 each.
J. RABINOWITZ, 110 R Centre street
CHItAl'KU THAN EVER AT
JN0. B. PRICE'S SONS
Music Cabinets.RattanPlush Rockers
4,5! and upward.
2,00 and upward.
15.00 anil upward.
Large Lot Just Opened for the Holiday Trade, $1.00 and opward PICTURES
Wilcox & White Organs,
WHITE SEWING MACHINES.
Pianos, Organs ana Hewing Machines sold cheap for cash or rented by the month
J. P. WILLIAM
13 South Mam Sireei,
Now is the Time !
nro I'ltUrAUK for winter. Every ono Is
looking foi tho best goods for tho least
money. If you arc keeking bargtlns in Hots
or Cups Jnst diop In to see Hctnlun. Ho sells
men's aood fur earn for doe, men's red under
clothing for 61c a viece, men's tine woiklng
gloves nt 26o n pair, the
BEST 0 V ER ALLS in tho MARKET
6So A lAHl,
An ejccelltnt line of Grey Klsnncl
Bhlits for working nt Ihevcry lowest
jirlco. Ulg line ol good winter thlrts
from 25q,up lo $-'.50. A lllg Drive In
Tecks at26cenU, legular price 40 cents.
Something Nowfm Fuzzles.
Bcanlan has K inellilng new In this
line. Any one giving tho coriect way
of doing the puzzle will lecclvc n Si
hat or Us equivalent Thtie are four
ways of lolvlng tho j urzle, and Hie
correct w-y must bo given. Theic
puzzles we aio selling for 10c, or wo wli
give one to the pciton rurcbafciug S
worth of goads and over.
new palonthat hargerg'veo away with
each hat purchased at
13 S, Main S!. SGANLAN Shenandoah
A GOOD SHOE
FOR $1.75, WORTH $2.25.
Repairing Neatly Done.
S- ID. BROWN",
Common Sense Shoe Store,
110 South Mftin St., Shenandoah.
Balbriggan : Ribbed
75 CENT QUALITY FOE 50 OTS
CO CENT QUALITY FOE 40 OTS
40 CENT QUALITY FOE 25 OTS
FOR S WEEKS
If they last that long don't think the
uargaiu mailers will allow
CHAMBER SUITS) - - S20.G0 and upward
EXTENSION TABLES. - 40Q and upward
FINE LIKE LADIES' DESKS, IMl and upward
EASELS. All St1es, - - 11 aiuTupwjrJ
Atlvet tuementx fn thin iwum... vir.t frf,Hrt
6 linen, 6.c. for one insertion; lac. lor two; 51 for
three: one week, 81.50; lira weeks. 82: one
17ARM8 FOR SALE. Arevou loofc
JL In? for a lurm? rcnmllnnni....o.n
J. J. Kehler, Frackvllle, l'a., as to where thev
are located and for terms. 8-22-tf
FOIl RENT A seven-roomed house
on North While slreet. Apply to O. W.
.ucuij.cr, iu ix. luuiu sireei. iwu-iw
FOUND. A clothes wringer. Own
er can have same upon proving proi ertj
and pny cost of ibis ndveilUcment. Apply
at 210 Kost Coal stre t. 11-lMt
FOR SALE. One store room and
one dwelling house. Lot SO fect front
nud 110 feet dc-p. Place, 315 West Co .1 slreet.
Easy itrms. Apply to Frank Warnlcn.
AGENTS WANTED Free pre
paid outttt toentrgetleraen. Several of
our salesmen have earned from STOtoJlOOa
week for year past. P. O. Pox 171. New
WANTED. Two men to canvass
Bhenandoah, and two for Ashland, be
fore I'htlktmas. A fine article. Agent at
Mahanoy Cliy made fiom 88 to S3 per day.
Call Btt'ommerclal Hotel, Bhenandoah, from
B to 12 on Wednesday. Qencuai, Aoent.
WANTED. By tho Singer Manu
facturing Co., n young man to sell
Singer sewing machines. Jlust bo able to
siituK tho Polish nnd Ungllsh languages.
uooa pomion ror tlio rlglit man. Apply at
once to the f Infer sewing machine cinice, 21
(.ciiiru street, ncienanuoin, fa. 1KM-Iw
Iff OR RENT. Tho school room
JL under the 1'. M. church, wlili klirinn
connected, now for rent for rnrlles, suppers
.ui v.iivi uiiuiiictit-', etc. apply lo
jua usual IJaucjii, f res.
K. W. AMOUIt, Hco'y.
11-18-lw Hkv. II. O. Hussrli., Pastor.
VANTED' aoo1 ennvn-sers for
T t -Aavt-n uros in tno Mluev the only
work ever published giving a complete record
and description ot iho reat mining disasters
rtiucuuM xctjua uuurui. "uaress, i, i,
o'Malley, Canton, Ohio. 11 sji-h ev sat
XTOU SAI1E.-Tlin gray team of
norees recently used by Hie Columbia II.
&H. V. JS. Co., No. 1. The horses will be a
uurgtua 10 me puicnners.
vHARTER NOTICE. Notice la
J heieby given thnt an application will
be made lo the Couit ol Common I'leas nt
(-LiKijiKiii criuniy on aionany, Movemberso,
A. 1). 1801. nt 10 nVlnnk In tlio fnti.iinnn m .
der tho"corporatlou act of the commonwealth
01 Fennsjlvanla, approved April W, 1871 "and
the supple-menu theieto, for iho chatter of nn
lutei ded corporation to be culled "Tho I'olUli
ai. ivasimer Association orunei nndoali, l'a."
Hal iiksrolation to be located Inf henandoah,
l'a., uud lo liave for lis oblei l. tbe mli te
minct' ot an luioclatlou joi social, educational
and benetlctal pm poses to Its members nom
iuuus coneciea tuerein.
. a. M. IIOf.LOPETEn,
Attorney for Apollcants.
Hbennndoali, l'a., Nov. 1, '01. 11-6-Sw
Next Ten Days,
MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS
Men's, Roys' and Children's Bulla,
Roots nud Ladles' and Chil
DRY GOODS AND UNDERWEAR!
at u largo reduction nt the
ORIGINAL BARGAIN STORE
23 S. MAIN STRE11T,
5rWalch for the UED flON In front,-(D
Offloc-Jledctall'sbslKtia wrar Mala tnd Cnlje
It Is not necessary logo about it surreptitiously, ns do the nmius in tho
picture, If you would take a. peep ut our elegant display of the latest novelties
iu dress goods, cloaks, wraps luid rugs. Our Mora is a little world's fair In it
self and visitors may freely inspect the exhibition without being Importuned
to buy. We have some attract! vo specialties this week In the Hue of Dry Goods,
Coats, Wraps, utc.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
FOE S - A
FALL AND WIN
TER STYLES OF
ELLA M. M'GINNISS'
East Centre St., Shenandoah, Fa.
The finest and largest ns'ortment
In Hats, Bonnets and Caps at re
markably low prices. Our line of
Children's TKIXIMED AND UN
PA.RTIKS in need ol of stove repairs rt
of any deicrlptlon should call in O
nn TnA. fin 1 kriTi ri r.lhli 1
, f .
on band a full supply. Buy I
the best range In tho' A
rlet: -N EW CP'1 "is guar
WAY. perfect work. As
0"7-" I r to the price, it will
O 1 U VIZ suit you. This excellent
stove bo had only from
WM. B. PRATT,
TIN R0OFINO, SPOUTING, ROOF PAINTING
promptly attended to.
7-6-3m 331 S. Jardln St., Shenandoah
Newly Refitted and Renovated.
TONSOIUAL : PARLORS !
Haw Cutting and Hair Dressing 1
SUAMPOOINO, ETC., I1Y
E. G. J. WADLINGER,
Under I'ostotllce Building,
Main and Oak Sts., Shenandoah.
-llot and cold baths, I'ollte, prompt and
DEESSMAKING SCHOOL !
To the ladles of Bhenandoah and vicinity.
n. ujcuLiuuxrers iiuiiiuganaAjaaineurancu
Hchool Is ovened In room No. S. llohbins'
UUlldln&r. Over the llORt ntllri. wliitrn nnmli
are taken and taueht the latest and bestsys-
tciu ui ciuviiug uuu urthsmaaing. ine system
Is a saving ol time, labor nnd money and Is
readily acquired. All r re delighted who havo
hiuuvu it, upeu evenings,
H-9-tr Mrs. M.C. I115WITX.
- 3L.B B"5T
Black Goods form a largo
and important part of our
You are naturally particular
about the style and fit of tho
Sunday buit and .b ull Dress
Suit, and "Will therefore appre
ciate tho caro and tasto wo dis
play in making this class of
goods with right making wo
combine just prices.
Cor. 13th & Chestnut Sis.
DO YOU "WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
and well-made, fariitonable clothest
If so, call on
W. J", JACOBS,
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 Soutli Jardin Street, Shenandoah.
Call and see samples of the latest goods and
the styles. Good workmanship, prcmptuess
and fair prices.
Largest and oldest reliable purely caih com.
panles represented by
120 S. JardmSt., Shenanaoah,P
Q M. HAMILTON, M.U.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Offloe-2 West Lloyd Btreet, Bhenandoah