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now oisr T-ikUP i
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
Mill ill CUT, Pi.
On tlic RIlit Trade.
SEVKKN, tho Orocor, l sllll on thn rlfrht
track Htul oom to limn with anotbor train
.one! of Kino Ur cones, (Jannou Uoous,
Menu, Flour, etc.
Centre mid White (Us., Shcliniulonh
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY
"What Nows Gathorors Tako a
Moment to Toll About.
Husk i lie bees.
The boll has rung for tho straw hat.
The post oillco robbers continue on
Soon time to be engaging your
Apple butter Dollings are now com
mon in the country.
If you want to ki'ep the boys and
K I r I at home, open the parlor and lit
them have it.
Itubblts are said to be plentiful out
In tho country.
Now the winter girl's mind is oc
cupied by theatres, balls, receptions,
and Christmas presents.
Weather strips nt doors and win
dows of old hoifes will save their
prico twice over In coal.
It should be cpsy to get a confession
from a doorkeeper. Ho is so used to
Nov. 3 and 4 Grand entertainment,
"Unclo Tom and Kvo," in tbo P. St.
Nov. 5. Socond anniversary cntertain
mont of Major Jonnlncs Council, No. 307,
lr. 0. U. A. M., in Ferguson's thcalro.
Nov. 18 Grand supper in Kobbins' opora
nouso for tho benefit of tho Trinity In
November 20. Grand eupperin Kobbins'
oporn house; benefit of Lady Harrison
Lodgo, No. 10, A. P. L. A.
Second hand school books bought
eold at Max Iteoso's.
Rough on Pottavlllo.
Tho Trusttoi of tho Minors' Hospital
havo just issued a bonk of tho rules and
regulation of that institution. Tho True
tees should, ono would think, have given
Ilazlo'.on printfrs a chance to do tho work.
They did not oven ask estimates but gave it
to a PotUvillo printing concern. If it was
tomothing that couldn't bo mado equally
ns well in town then it would bo a different
matter. Porhaps tlioy were right, how
ovor, for nothing quito as bad has beon pro
duced in thi3 town in yoars. llazlcton
Oyetors are in season. Go to Schoonar'n.
Fainilios eiiii Jill Oft. ParloTB for ladies. 9-1-tl
TIJl H01-K1.-.S Al'l'KAI.S.
lie AU0K09 ilutt Mrs. hcarles' Slnaturo
AVas l'riHMtrpil liv 1'riitul.
SAIJCM, Mass., Nov. -Timotliy Hop
kins and Mary K. Hopkins have lllcil an
appeal from the decroeallowing the will
of Mary E. & beaded. Tho reasons
First Because the docifnont w.is not
Socond Hi-cause at the date of tho oxo
cutioi of ki'l'l d cumeiit, auiil Mary F.S.
Searlos had not Hitlliuont luUaniontary
Third Because tho signature of said
Mary F. Soarles to said douuinont was
procured by undue Inlluunoe anil fraud
of said Dlwnril F. Searlus and othors.
Host work dono at llronnan's steam
laundry. Everything whito and spotless.
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar
anteed. Waters' Weiss boor is the best. John A.
Keilly solo agent. 6-5-tf
THE OLD TAKEN
JAMES S. THOMAS
Is now located at Jlalnbrldge's old stnud,
Cor. COAL anil WEST STS.
and oilers to the public tho finest lino of
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED
Provisions, Fish and Oysters, Green and
Smoked Ham aud Flllcli.
The place to buy your school books cheap is
Also Scholar's Companions, Hook Htraps,
Hohool nag. Tablets, elo. everything
and anything required In Mhool.
Hlales, peunlls. elo., wi U re
tall aud wholesale.
Boob Suitable for laslaod West Maliaooj Twp.
Don't forget Ilia plane If you wluu to save
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Centre St., Shenanooah.
JIOlli: CONVIOTB llKMiASKD.
Oliver Sprlnc Token biiiI Urn Blockades
Jlurned 1ho Autliorltle IIlplciM.
Knoxvillk, Nov. 8. At 12:45 o'clock
yestorday morning tho guard of the con
vict Btockads at the Big Mountain mine,
five mile north of Ollvor Springs, heard
a knocking and threatening voices at a
door at the southeastern ond of the
fortification. At 1 o'clock 105 murderers,
thieves and highwaymen were Hying over
the mountains, guided by tho great blnz
lng lira of the woodon fort. Thus the
miners fulfilled tholr threat of Ave
Tho last convict ha9 left tho Waldon's
Ridge mining region. The stockades
are dismantled or burned, and more than
450 desperadoes roam tho mountains
ml villi of Northeastern Tennessee.
I Through the acts of these miners vio
' . ... -. . , H. - 1
aid them, the government and the peo
ple of Tennessee find themselves faced
by a complicated and perilous situation.
Gov. Buchanan has confessed that ho
does not know what to do, and for once
men of ah parties are In sympathy.
The situation is this : An armed and
organized body of men has marched un
opposed through a considerable part of
tho State, has demanded and received
tho surrender of tho Stato's property,
has released the State's prisoners con
victs of the worst stripe yet it Is Im
possible to pursue or face this small
army of revolutionists, because this
army molts away as complotoly as if it
nover existed whon It has struck a blow,
and then reassembles siloutly, ready to
strike the next blow.
It Is fully armed and organized, per
haps tho best equipped corps of sharp
shooters ever got together; yot the
names aud humoi and identity of tho
leaders and privates are unknown. Tho
whole Incident is unique, even in the
history of labor agitations. It was set
on foot by workiomoa for tho llvos of
themselves, tho living of their families,
and this phaso of the allan- makes thu
other side of a question which at first
seoms to illustrate only their reckloss
noss In froelntr criminals.
Th o Governor's oiler of rewards Is
woll enough, people beyond this district
are savins, hut tho Governor will
never cot any rosults from that,
and it does seem impossible that any
arrests o-tll bo made in that way. It is
thought that tho Governor has hired de
tectives from Now York and Chicago to
como down and ferret out tho loaders of
tho mob, but If thoy aro arrested no ono
will now doubt that tho mountaineers
will take rovengo.
Florida n Whools at Cherry 6treet sid
in? h V. 11. 11.. Nov. fi, a and 7
CHANGE OF BASE
Tho llvorv and undertaking establish
mont conducted by Evan J. Davis at the
corner ol Lloyd and Jardin streets, has
boon removed n account of his increasing
business to the Ihrjso elalilo formerly on
copied by Frank llom, on 1'ear alley, rear
of G. W. lli'd'iall Ss Ilro's. hardware storo.
Mr. Davles has built up a large business
and by strict attention to tho wants of his
patrons expni Is to increase it in his new
quarter. Gnntlo horses and fluo buggies
and carriages t" hlro at all tunes, special
altontion given t too
Florida on Wheels I
A Marvelous Revelation
A State Kulr in a Hulling l'alace from
Land ot Kli wers.
Illustratlrg to tourhls, Invalids and pro
spective bHlieifc Ibecdxaiittgesand lesuurcra
ol I ho sumi land. Tropical fi lilt', wine., per
funic, pa ins He., to lntri.t parents, and a
j' 11111 in n'ti uiirniiifirs 10 picae u c in uren
win rjiiiiii in fMieiiKDnoHii. on ine unerr
Buiui biuiub i ine ijtnijjn vanej ttallroai
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
KOVEMIIIJll s, G ami 7.
Admission, 10 els. Children under 12, 5 ck
To defray Incidental expenses.
Wentnti h, WeLb, lj IJlrec-. r Mineral Bub.
Tropical Florida Fxposttlon, Florida Com
iiiiBtiioner 10 ine rzpuliloi', Direo'or,
SALOON AND RESTAURANT
01 N. Main St., Shenandoah.
The Finest Flock of liters, Ales, Cigars, Elc.
CIII3APER TIIA3V EVER AT
JN0. B. PRICE'S SONS
A GOOD SHOE
FOR $1.75, WORTH $2.25,
Repairing Neatly Dono.
S- Xj. browh,
Common Sense Sfioe Sioro,
110 South Main St., Shenandoah.
A SPECIAL SALE I
Ono W colt Only
To I'll Ilie Itnliy,
To I'll Hie ClUlilrcn,
To I'll tlic r.Kiwn Up.
lOo Illtiga for 5c.
15c Rings for 10c.
25o Blnga for 15c.
"VVe have 25 dozen to tell.
10 , DnDPAIll . 1.1
Next Ten Days.
MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS
Men's, Hoys' nml Children's Suits,
Boots and Ludles' and Chil
DRY GOODS AND UNDERWEAR!
at a large reduction at the
ORIGINAL BARGAIN STORE
23 S. MAIN STREET,
for the KED HON
Green Truck Stand
Cor. Main and Oak Streets.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily,
A fine tine of Clic Ice GItOCKItlES
Mute and Caudles.
JPonllvy of all Kinds.
Mr. Cohtlet n reives lils cieen truck dally
lioni the city markets, winch Is a guaranKe
to tils Clin omcrs tliattliiy v, 111 receive fresh
gnoas worn uuyii girum mm.
Fall and Winter Millinery.
Ill N. MAIN ST., SHENANDOAH
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will be pleated to meet the want
or ins menus una the public in
Everything in tho Drinking Line
CENTS for a window Bhado
mh frame, others for65o
G5o and up. Shades mud
'or fetoroa tind private dvvel
lima. A new lot of ehud
lugs ana frltiKes to match.
C. 3D. FRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin SL, near Centre
Advertisement tn thtt cnlumn. net rxeeeiHnt
linen. 6 c for one insertion! 75c. tor tuo: St to,
three; one week, tl.60; two tieekt, J2; o(
FOR SALE. A largo "Mornlnp
Light" double heater. Pullebie fir e
More, or dwelling.
Apply to 11.
noniii Ainin siren
FAKMB FOR HALE. Areyim look
1 nt; lor a larni? ir so call on or write 1c
I. J. Kehler. Frnckvllle. l'a.. as to where tlicv
aro located and for termn. 8-22 t
irOR SALE.-A nice 28 acre ftirm
Aj'lor hale. Mix miles from Hhenandoali.
Beautifully situated on a public rond Uooi
iwelllng. Onodbarn. Frmt trees bealnnlnf
to bear. Ml young. Uplcndld stream w
wnlor running llirniigh 1 Ho Ibe land. Thlsls
gnoti cnance ior a man vno want a smau
nn. Inquire of Jnris O. Jlutton. lM
omen Imlldi g.roornC. u-dtr
P. J. FEKOUSON, MANAOEn.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, '91
(,erreo A Felitmimn's Comrnny, introducing
1 jie lmnuiauio aihieci rcmcaiuu,
MR. MAX FEHRMANN,
In Fred Maeder's cyclone of tun,
"That's Sly Rccnlarllnrlncss."
The rcprefenlnllve Hebrew Comedy Drama,
a great pn y ano a nne comrany.
The very btst
SINGERS, DANCERS AND MUSICAL ARTISTS
Pricoa, 2G, GOnnd 7So
V. J. FKltQUSON, MANAOKH.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1891
The rising Irish star,
In tho en at successful Irish play,
A Bweet love slory rf Hip Emerald Isle.wrlt.
len by K. K. Kidder, author of "Poor Rela
tion," "ihreo ol a Kli d," "Under a Yoke."
elc. Sweet tones, Hurry music and daluty
The treatest scenic Irish traduction ever
seen ou the fitnue.
PBIOES, SB, BO, 7C CENTS
Hcscrved scats at Klrlln's drug store.
Newly Refilled and Renovated.
TONSOMAL : PARLORS
SJX3C X."K7"X.JST Cr,
Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing I
BllAJtrOOJNO, ETC, BY
E. G. J. WADLINGER,
Under l'oslofllce Ilulldlng,
Main and Oak Sts., Slicnandoah.
Aa-llotand cold baths. I'nllte. nromi tnnd
PAHTTKS In need ol of stove repnlrs
of any de crlptlon ehould call n
.ill , 1 1 n n. I bum .nnitnnll It
on hand a full supply Buy
the best rnnge In tho A
rT4 EW FP is guar
wa? R C nnleedtodo
v'"'- perlect work . Aa
Q "T"0 l" to tho price, U will
O U VIZ suit yon. This excellent
stove be had only Irom
VM. E. PHATT,
TIN ROOFNO, SP0UTIKG, ROOF PAINTINO
promptly attended to.
7-6-3m 331 S. Jardin St., Shenandoah
People's Oyster Bay !
T2 IJ. Centre St., Slicnmiflonli
GUISE & BEYRANT, Props.
Itiw, Btewcd, Scalloped, Tanned or
Fried to order. Families supplied
at their house with tho bestoytneru
luu niareei uuurus.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
WALL PAPER BARGAINS !
largest and cheapest slock In town.
Artistic I'aiutiDg, Craiu'ng and Decorating!
- J. P. GARDEN,
lO-a-Cm 221 W. Centre St.. BHKNANDOAII
J H. 1-OMiaUJY,
A TJORNEY-A T-LAW,
bfSoe BediUU't balldla coroer Vain and Oenlri
It ia not reocesnry to go about it surreptitiously, as do tho gamins in tho
nlclure, if you wou'd tnlte n peep at our elegant display of the latest novelties
In dres goods, cIohIsb, wraps and ruga. Our store Is n little world'H fair in it
self and visitors may freely inspect the exhibition without being Importuned;
to buy. Wo have Home attractive specinltles this week iu the line of Dry Goods,
Coats, Wraps, etc.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
NTICIUITY cau be loleiated In almost any
fcUUIB UU, l.UiO. 1 LUC 1IVUU in I Jilt Ui UUIU
the rest of the body Is V"tty sure to follow
kull. Nobody buta millionaire ora genius
can nfToid to wearancient headgear,and even
thny take a good many chances when they do
It. It will cost you no more to be up with the
times thau It will to be halfainllo behind
them. Everything about our $1,60 hat Is hand
some but tho price, and 81.50 fortuch a hatcan
scaroely be called anything but a ridiculously
low figure. Tho snne can be said of our 25c
neckwear. Our line of gents' furnishing goods
Is tho lowest priced In the market.
13 S, Main St, S0ANLAN Sfiuiandoah
Grand Opening I
THU STYLES OF
East Centre St., Shenandoah, Pa.
Tho finest ond largest assortment
In Hats, Bonnets and Caps at re
markably low prices. Our line of
Children's THIUMKD AND UN
Oannot too 33cxtatvlloc3L.
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES !
COFFEE DOUSE, 32 N. Main St.
i Faplljea supplied with raw oysters by the
till tin rAii
BAKES PERFECTLY ALWAYS
Cclcbrntctl Duplex OralOe
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS t
BEAUTIFUL HIGH SHELF.
ELEGANT HOT OLOSET.
HOT WATER RESERVOIR,'
Waterbacks for Boilers Meet Every RequlrefTit
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
FORECASTING THE WEATHER.
Ono weather prediction may
ho mado with safety that
there aro phnty of cola snaps,
raw winds and storms in store
for us before Spring comes.
Uur stock or Heavy-weight
Clothing comprises everything
for dres3 and comfort tho
Suit, tho Overcoat, tho Reefer,
tho Storm Coat. We clothe
both man and hoy with taste
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED. "
FOE SALE B"52"
A. C. Yates & Cgq
Cor. 13th & Chestnut Sts.
DO YOU WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
and well-made, fashionable clothes?
If so, call on
"W. J". Jacobs,
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 Soutll Jardin Street, Shenandoah.
Call and sec samples of the latett goods ana
the styles. Good workmanship, prtmptness
and fair prices,
Largest and oldest reliable purely cash com.
panics represented by
120 S. Jardin St., Shenanooah, Pq
Q M. HAMILTON, M. 1.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offloe-2fl West Lloyd Btreet, Bhenanfloah