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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
On tlic nighl Track,
8KVKHN. tho Grocer, U still on thoriftht
irnclc and romp to tltno with another ruin
.cad of Flno Or cories, Canned Goods,
Moats, Flour, etc.
Centre nnd White 8U., Bheimmioah
MAHANOY fflT, Fi
KMS1B 1XP0BT
BE1B,
Light.
AFFAIRS OATJ0HT HASTILY.
What Nowb GathororB Tako a
Mornont to Toll About.
Most of tho leaves have fallen.
Half of November gono.
Thanksgiving turkeys uro now feed
Inn well,
A limu's wntcli can go on tick If he
can't.
IJti ckwhent cnkeBand BnuBago und
yH)0l9itt.
The revival seuHon Is opening among
tho I'hureliPK.
Thieves are ninkiug raids on the
fanner's hen ioob's.
The Ice wagons are not as well pa
tronlzul now ua they ued to he.
Half a lemon rubbed over a fish be
fore cooking gives it llrinuuss and
llavor.
Game is being thinned out rapidly,
and the hunting reason will get a
birthday next year.
THE KING MOUND BUILDER.
Want tho Convention In New York.
New Yoiik. Nov. 17. A number ot
prominent odltors, hotel men, railway
ollicinlB, politicians, cio., moi yesior
day to iloviso plans for sccuritm the Ho
publicau National Convention for Now
York. Ex-dov. Lounsbcrry of Connec
ticut prosidod. Gen. C'ollls was secretary
and Col. E. F Shopnrd und others
spoko. Chauncoy M. Dopow wai among
th oso who favorod tho project, and ho,
on behalf of tho Now York Central Ital
road Company mibscrlbod $2,000 toward
a guarantee fund. Soveral othor sub
Bcrlptlons woro made. It was proposed
to pay the gonernl convention expenses,
but not tho oxpensos of delegates. A
committee was appotntod to tako fur
ther steps in tho matter.
-THE PEOPLE'S-
WANTS, &o.
New Shoe Store h
Advertuementt In IMt column, not cxcecMna
5 llnei, 6io. for one intrrtion; 76c tor two: Jl (ot
'nree; one weeK. ci.ou; itvo uieetit, w; one
nonth, 83.
Having recently purchased atasalo In Beth
lehem, a
Bankrupt Slock of Boots and Shoes
IJiAMIB FOR 8ALE. Areyoti look-
J.J. Kcmcr, rncKvllle, ra an to where the;
located and for terms.
t am now prepared to fell these goods at prices
chenrcr tuan the or manufacture .Men
cnlf button 6hoes oak f oles, from SI.'Aj to tl.io,
mnnuincuinT price jzxo io ju in-
meti'e slock of best Rolf-leather tipped shoes
warranted notio npnnu io sinim gooawenr,
clienper than the manufacturing pi Ices.
Ill ltniniilns and 'II1040 of Ills "Wife
Itllrvftl to Ilnvo Iiicii Il,cnvircil.
Ciiilucotmb, O., Nov. 17. Warren K.
llorehund and Dr. Cresson, who havo
bo en prosecuting excavations horo for
the past three months in tho Interest of
tho World's Fair, have just madoono of
tho richest llntls of tho contury In tho
way ot prehistoric remains, Those gen
tlemen have confined their oxcnvntlons
to the Hopewell farm, seven miles from
here, upon which are located some U0 odd
Indian mounds.
They were at work on a mound COO
foot in length, 200 feet wide nnd 28 feet
in height. At tho depth of 11 feet, near
the ceniro of tho mound, they exhumed
tho masslvo skelotou of a man which
was encaiod In n veritable copper armor.
The head was covered hy an oval-sliapod
copper cape. Tho jaws had coppor
moldings nnd tho arms were drosioil in
copper. Copper platos covorod tho chest
and stomach. On each side of tho head
on protruding sticks woro wooden ant
lers ornamented with copper.
The mouth was stuffod with genuine
ponrls of immouso size, but much de
coyed by tho ravngos of tiruo. Around
tho neck was a nuc':l:ico of boar's tooth
dot with pearls. At tho side of tho mnlo
xkoloton was also found a femalo skele
ton, tho two supposed to bo man and
wife.
It is estimntod that tho bodlos woro
buried whuro they woro found fully 000
years ngo. Mossrs. Morohead and Cres
soii consider tills find ono of tho most
important onos that thoy have yet made,
and boltovo that thoy havo at last fouud
the King of the Mound Builders.
A Novol l'lim of Suicide.
WiLKKsiiAniiE, Ph., Nov. 17. William
Ruddy, a young man aged 20 years, com
mitted sulcids in a most sensational
manner nt ills homo In this city yostor
day. It is alleged that Ituddy came
homo and found that his mother hud
drank to oxcess, nnd this so troubled
him Mint ho resolved to mnko away with
himself. Huddy poured oil over him
self, and, by thrusting his hand Into tho
lire, becamo enveloped in Humes. lie
then seized a sharp kill to nnd stabbed
himself over tho heart, inflicting a
wound that would in itself have resulted
fatally. Ha was torribly burnod, his
llosh banging in shreds, anil in n short
tlm o death endod hU excruciating suf
ferings. A limit that Didn't t'oinn Off.
Jacksonville, Fin,, Nov. 17. A uuol
was to havo been fought yosterday at
Monocrlof Springs, near horo, between
II. V. Sovlor, editor of tho "Evening
Tologram," nnd Benjamin Harrison,
editor of tho "Stuidml," and a nephew
of ex-Mayor Carter Harrison, of Chicago.
Tho "Tologram" has been publishing a
colored society column and Harrison
ridiculod It in his papor. Tho "Tele
gram" rotorted, reflecting on Harrison
as a coward nnd liar. Harrison chal
lenged Sovior. A warrant was sworn
out by Father Kenny, for tho nrrost of
tho principals, anil both men woro nr-
rested and put uudor $1,000 bondoach.
which we nrowlllm; nt 81 25; manufacturer's
price 81.70. jvien s ocsi iiiuecr uomssz, no
where t'2 60. Wen's miner broenns Jl 15, clt.o
where S1.50.
lteniembcr the place,
T7"OB SALE. A nice 23 acre farm
! cnla Ml. rt,l1nu frntvi Ml, anumlnnli
flnntTfi St" HTlfl Mnvlrttt. AllfW ISe'iutif'illy situated on a publlo rood Good
IjUIIU.0 OL. ailU mtUJiOt XVUU, dwelling. Onodbarn. Fruit trrcs bealnnlng
to near. All young, tjpienuin sirenm
A GOOD SHOE
FOll
3:1 to
FOR $1.75, WORTH $2,25,
lU'iiairing Neatly Done.
era -r. uj r-rKTKT
)- l I. l V V -i-- I
Common Sense Shoe Store,
110 South Main St., Slier and oah.
FATAL COLLISION.
A llralcomnn Creimitod and Several Othors
Nurlouiily Hurt
PiTTsliuilo, Pa., Nov. 17. A fatal'
rear end collision between two Pan- I
handle Railroad freight trains occurred
just west of Ilergettstown, about 20 .
miles wost ot this city, at 4 o'clock
yoBterdny afternoon.
Fourteen cars of perishable freight
with the cnbooso and englno of the
bocond train were dornili 1 and pliedvup
In a heap, the inns? ot wreckage taking
Are nnd burning up.
Urakeuian Hardy, of this city was
in tho wrock and croniatod allvo, I
Thomas Whltesldos, of Allegheny, I
engineer, and John McFnrlnnd, llremnn, '
ot Cadiz, Ohio, on the second freight '
engine, received probably fatal intorunl
Injuries berore being rescued from tho
burning debris.
The loss will reach $100,000. Trains
will bo run over tho Cleveland Pittsburg
Itnilroad betwjon .Mingo Junction and
Pittsburg until the Punhnudlu tracks
are cleared.
Coming Evonts.
Nov. 18 Grand BUpperln Kohbins'.'opera
douso for tho benefit of tho Trinity Ite
formod church.
Novombor 20. Orand supperln ltobbln'
oporn housoj bonoflt of Lady Harrieon
Lodge, No. 10, A. P. L. A.
ltecnrriod tin a lllllfT.
JIoNTlinAl, Nov. 17. The threatened
wholosalo arrest of publishers, editors
aud correspondents of newspapers that
havo published rovolatlons in connec
tion with tho Wholan Quebec Court
House job, on charges of seditious libel,
Is lookod upon as a piece of bluil on the
Dart of tbo Mercier government. It is
generally understood that the Meroier
government is in desperate straits, and
sonio movement had to be made to pie
vent a serious bolt on tho part ot the
Nationalists.
I'ronrli Mllifr on Strlko.
Paiiis. Nov. 17. A despatch from
Lons, in the P.is do Glials department,
announces tint 12,UJ0 of tho 1-1,001
nilnurs who were uxp-'Cted to strike, in
that Bcct'on, within the next few days,
went out on siri.ee tuh mora lg.
Sliflibarlt fitmly is scasouablo.
Good Horses ! Nice Buqqies I
Fine Double Carnages I
In chnrgo of good, careful, TOfponBiblodriy
eris to hiri nt nil 'inios aim at
rensonablo rstfB at
EVAN J. DAV1ES'
LIVEKY ANDPEED STABLI
12 uml 11 jVorti 1'ear Alley,
ltear of l.nlicig's linrdwsro itore. limit
taken Io Jtonrtl. Cnieiiil atlenlli n ulvfn t
Fetdlng Iloes. All Hncli-ot MAUl.lKQat
tended to prom) tly-tbarees moderule.
Do you want a situation ?
Do you want help?
Do you want to sell your binineM ?
Do you want to sell or exchange real
estate ?
If to, call on Max ifeete, Shenandoah,
agent for the United States Employmont
and Uusineta Agonoy, -It nnd 40 Broadway,
New York.
A Surprise.
Keep your eye on thU local. Keagey,
tho pbotogmpher, will have hie now open
ing in a few days and will have somrthing
interetting that will turprite the people, tf
Four tintypes for !i6 cent, at Dabb's. tl
THE OLD TAKEN
JAMES S.THOMAS
Is now loeuted at llalnbrldge'n old stand,
Cor. COAL and WB8T STS.,
and offers to the publlo the finest line of
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED:
Provisions, Fish and Oysters, Green and
brooked Ham and Flitch,
ZEttXULt.-XLKe. XjOX33.OXl.C3.
-UNDEHTAKING-
Falthruliy and promptly attended to.
Newly Refitted and Renovated
TONSOR.IAL : PARLORS
SIX Ak.-XmSTGr,
Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing
aHAMI'OOJNO, ETC.JIY
E. G. J. WADLINGER
Under Postofllce Ilutldlng,
Maiu and Oak Sts., Slienanilonli
Srllot nnd oold baths, l'ollte, prom t nnd
ourimil uiiuniinn.
Philadelphia Clieap Bargain Sior-
For a full line of "
WINTER UNDERCLOTHING,
Jiadles' nnd Gents' FuinUlilug Goods at (lie
lowest prices ricciai nueoiuiin'
furls Bt 1.V6 iucli.
J. RABINOWITZ, 110 E. Centre star
OH BENT A seven-roomed house
on Notth Whllo slreet. Annlv to O. W
Dengler, 115 N. Alnln street. 11-lO lw
FOUND. A clothes wringer. Own
er can have famo upon nrovlue croi crtj
and pny cost of ibis ndveitUcment. Apily
al 21U linst Coal sire t. U-lU-St
Bin Lino of Ladies' Laco Shoes 17011 sale.-ohb Htoro
. ... . . , . , I one dwtlllng house. Lot
r no in und
Ulue house. Lot 30-fect Iroul
md 140 feet dem. Place. 815 West Co 1 street.
liasy lerins. Apply to Frank WnrnlcK.
1 WKff
Bigu of STASl.
wnter running through Hie the land. This Is
i good cnance for n man who wants a small
firm. Inoulro of Ja i es O. llutton, posl
ollice bulldl e, room 0. K-O-lf
rHABTEB NOTICE. Notice it-
V hereby given that nn application will
lie made to the Couit ol Common l'lra. ni
Hchuylklll county on Monday, NovcnibcrSO,
a.j). ibui. airuo'ciocK liiino ioienoon, uu
'er the"corr)orutliin actofthocoiiunonwoalth
ol I'onnstlvanla, npproved ArrllifJ, 1874 "and
the funnlementi thereto, for the cliaiter ol an
lute' ded corporation to be calkd "Tho Polish
tit. KuBlmer Association of Bhoi nndouh. 1'a."
.ni awe ciaiiou to do locaieu in Buenanuosn,
1'n., nml to have fur Its object the malt to
nance ot an association foi social, educational
and beneficial purpos.es to Its members iroin
tunas coiicctea inereiu.
B. G. M. IIObLOl'KrKH,
Altornev for Annllcants,
Shenandoah, l'a Nov. 1, '01. ll-5-.lw
It Is not LoctBsarv touo about It surreptitiously, ns do tho cnnilns in tho
picture, If you would take n peep, nt our elegant display of the latest novelties
In dress Roods, clonkn, wraps and rusts. Oupetore is a little world's fair In It
self and visitors tuny freely Inspect the exhibition without heing Importuned
to tniy. we nave some attractive specialties tliH weeK In lliollueot Ury uoous,
Coats, Wraps, etc.
J. PRICE'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
LADIES' FINE
Balbriggan : Ribbed !
JERSEY VESTS.
75 CENT QUALITY FOR 50 OTS
CO GENT QUALITY FOR 40 GTS
40 CENT QUALITY FOR 25 CTS
AMUSEMENTS.
Jj1EIlOU80'B TUEATRK,
I". J. FEKGUBOS, MiSAQDl,
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 16,
Matlnco Pnturday.
7557
FOR WEEKS
If they last Unit lone don't think the
bantam Hunters will allow .
tl.,,,., tr.
The versatile ortlele,
and tho famous
Baldwin-Melville Combination
Opening Monday nlghl In Hartley Campbell'i
piciuretque coiucay, tmiuea
'Si
I Galley Slave !
JOHN GOSLET'S
Green Truck Stand
Ccr. Main and Osk Streets.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
A tine line of CLolce GHOCE1UKS
Muls and Canllec
Poultry of all Klntls.
Sir. Costlet r(Mlvc hln creen tiucte dally
trom the city innrketn, winch Is a guarantee
to IiIb cumumerH that they will receive frcili
grouswiKn ouyirgirom mm,
With new eongs, ilnnciK and blgli classed
epeciaiues. n inure cnauge oi iiro-
gramme each iierlormance.
Prices, IO, 20 nnclSOc
Lndlesfree Mondov nlcht If accomraaled
Ioy a person wita a ptua icaei.
t-'eau on fule tin, m, Batuidoy at Klrlln
dms store.
TAKE Ji. PEEP!-
w
Q
O
ftunu
pooo
V A T)nD Avoided by
.UtLUUik con
ver.lenccs
FUEL
Burned
EconomlcttlyiJ
FOOD Nutrltloutly.
BAKES PERFECTLY ALWAYS
Tho Celebrated IMiplcx GrntCo
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMSNTSl
BEATJTrFTJIi HIGH SHEIiP.
ELEGANT HOT 0L03ET,
HOT WATER RESERVOIR.
Waterbackt for Boilers Meet Every RequlreAit
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
FOB SALE
No. 6 South Jardin Street.
SPECIAL SALE!
Next Ten Days.
MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits,
Boots and Ladies' aud Chil
dren's Shoes.
DRY GOODS AND UNDERWEAR!
at n large reduction at the
ORIGINAL BARGAIN STORE
23 S. MAIN STREET,
BUKNANBOAU, l'A.
I
Largest and cheapest slock lu town. ""-Watch for the HKD HON In front.5
Artislic Tainting, Grairing and Decorating! SALLIE SENIOR'S I
J. P. GARDEN,
Om 221 W.Cenlrc St.. HIKNANDOAII
JOHN H. EVAHS' SALOON,
30 E. CENTKE ST., SHENANDOAH
FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE.
Finest brands ol cigars always on band.
tho uesi lempeiauce uriuKs.
WALL PAPER BARGAINS !
CENTS for a window Hliutle
wltli frince, otliers for 6.5c.
G5o and up. Nhades made
for btores and privnto dwel
lues. A new lot of shad'
lugs and fringes to match
C. X)
45
Latest Styles
IN
Fall and Winter Millinery.
PEICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 Sooth Jardin St, near Centre H N. MAIN ST., SHENANDOAH.
WEEICS
nAHTIKS In reed ol of stove repairs
.i 1 1 n ii i iii, r of any description should call n (
Has removed to Bill Jones old standi on mcinanriMimiii
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where ho will lie phased to meet the wants
of ills Irlends i.nd llie pnellc In
Everything in tho Drinking Line.
on hand a full supply, Buy
the best range In the
mantel, NEW
BROAD- O
WAY. A
EP
A
STOVE
it Is guar
antced to do
perfect work. As
to the price, It will
Bill t you. Tills excellent
stove be bnd only trom
3hLOA7LjE3r,
WM. E. PEATT,
TIN ROOFINO, SP0UTIHD, ROOF PAINTING
promptly attended to.
7-6-3m 331 S. Jardin SI., Shenandoah
CHIJAVIJIt THAN EVER. AT
JNO. B. PRICE'S SONS
DBESSMAE.ING S0H00L!
To the ladles of Bhenandoah and vicinity.
A SclentiUe Dress CultlngaudMaklneUrancli
Hchnol Is ouened In ruom Nn. H. llnbblns'
building oer the past ofric, where pupils
are taki nadd taugbt the latest and best sys
tem of cutttngBiiiTdreuBmakliiB. Thesystem
Is a fcavln&oi lime, labor and monev and Is
readily acquired. All are delighted who liavo
i learned u, upen evenings.
1 11-9-tf Sirs. 91. C. HEWITT,
A NTICiUlTYcuu be tolerated In almost any
ll,innl,l l,nla Tf IU lionil la nut nf dnla
tuereBt of the body Is pretty sure to follow
suit. Nobody but a millionaire or a genius
can oflbid to wearancieut headgear, nnd even
thny take a good many chances when they do
It. It will cost you no more to be up with tho
times than It will to be half a mile behind
them. Everything about our 81,50 hat Is hand
some but the price, and H.50 for such a hatcan
scarcely be called anything but a rldlculot sly
low figure. The snme can be' said of our2So
neckwear. Our line of gents' furnishing goods
Is tho lowest priced In the market.
13 S, Main SI S0ANLAN Shenandoib
Black Goods form a largo
and impor.ant part of our
I stock-Broadcloths, Diagonals,
Cheviots, worsteds.
You are naturally particular
about tho style and fit of tho !
Sunday Suit and Full Dress (
(" -j 1 Ml Al J
ouit, ana win mereioro appre
ciate the care and taste wo dis- x
play in making this class of
goods with right making wo
combine just prices.
Grand Opening
VAT.I. AND WIH-
TKIt STYLES or
MILLINERY !
ELLA M. M'GINNISS'
-No. 26--
East Centre St., Shenandoah, Pa.
The finest and largest assortment
lu Hats, llonnets and Caps at re
markably low prices. Our line of
Children's THIMMKD AND UN. ,
THIMM1JD HATH
OnnxiottooE qu aXX o d .
CHRIS. BOSSLEll'S
SALOON AND RESTAURANT
201 N. Main St., iBhcnnntloalr.
Tho Finest Stock of Beers, Ales, Cigars, Etc.
A. G. Yates & Go.
Cor. 13th &. Chestnut Sts.
lleHt-nuulc Clotlilnj;
Tn iMjIliiilcliilitn.
DO YOU WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
and well made, fashionable clothes?
If so, call on
w. cr. Jacobs,
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Jardin Street, Slionaiidoah.
Call and see samples ot the latest goods and
the styles. Good workmanship, prcmptness
and fair prices,
FIRE INSURANCE.
Largest and oldest reliable purely caih com.
panics represented by
ID-AVIID FAUST,
120 S. Jardin St., Shenanaoah.Pa.
fi M. HAMILTON, M.U.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office 26 West Lloyd Street, Bhenandoab,

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