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UsTOW OUST TIP I
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
KAISER IXFOBT BUM, Light.
S--ZE-j 'xT'lA.TOIR ZSjEjIEjIIE- Dark.
u tlic Illijlit Trnblc.
SKVKUN thnOr'ocor. is rtttionhn right
track and rnm." to tim with nnniher mil:
o8(l of Kino Or eorlos, Unnno'i Goods,
Moate, Klour, etc.
Centre uml While Sin., Hliunamlonli.
llusy nhop keepers.
JIitnltTH continue lutrr llio ralililtn
Wintry weather may he exectt(l
To be huppy et p'etity of care n
The wind whistled and shutters
bunged the oilier night. '
People never Income any better
than they want to be.
All men are not linn oVs, hut xnm
men nre home Itv-a tliuti otlieiM.
In HiIh world a man wants a noml
UHlHUein(.r pole to walk the iiuirow
Look nhmit for men for council who
Wi I aitend to the tow 'h IntereHtn.
Wednenduy night wu-u kooiI one li
Htay indoom as the euld wind ma If
ou td ooro d l hag reea 1 1 1 e.
Mr. Col.li-lgh'B DUliiTHter.
Mr. Couleigli went up nlaira into t
bedroom the other noon after dinner t
move a heavy clotheaiirosg for his wife
He worked away at it.fcomo five minutes
and was getting it about whero In
wanted it, when the awful affair tipped
over and came down so suddenly thai
Mr. Cobleigh was unable to get out oi
the way in time, and being knocked ovel
a chair he fell in audi a way as to havt
one of his legs pinned in between t lit
clothes press and the chair. As he vn.
on Ins breast, ho found himself power
less to ijet away, and so lie screamed tc
Ins wife to come to his aid. He knew he
could make her hear if she was down
stairs, and ho had heard her moving
about hut a moment before. But there
was no response to his cries. Ho shouted
till he was hoarse, but still no answer.
Five minutes passed ten, fifteen.
half hour was gone. It seemed almost
a century to tho imprisoned man, with
his nose so close to the rag carpet thai
it seemed as if he would never get tht
odor out of his system. Soon he heard
o door open and shut down stidrs, and
gathering up Ins remaining energies lit
gave a final yell. In a moment his wjft
had leached him Her lirst prompting
was to ask him how he came in such a
plight, hut a glance at his inllamed fa
checked Mie prompting, nnd she speedil
set to work to rescue him from his tin
happy position. When he got out he
wanted to know where in thunder she'ii
been, louring hint to dio under a clothes-
probs. She said sho had just blepped
over to iurs. Murray a "for a luinutt
while hor dishwater was cooling."
Mr. Cobleigh didn't receive tills ox
plunation with a very good grace, aud
appeared somewlyit disposed to retlect
on the ipiahtiesof dish water for cooling
Mrs. Cobleigh had lieen gone nearly
three-quarters of an hour, but the time
had not been lost. During that brief
conference witli Mrs. Murray she had
learned a new style of knife plaiting,
how many yards of material it took for
n dolman, what was going to be worn in
the way of an overskirt, what Mrs. Mur
ray's hat would cost, besides a thorough
canvass of what she had better have for
a summer dress just to wear afternoons.
All this information Mrs. Cobleigh ac
quired while Mr. Cobleigh whs closeted
with the clothesprues, but she prudently
kept it to uerselc. J. M. liAll.KY
Do you want a situation ?
Do you want help T
Do you want to sell your milnese ?
Do you want to sell or exvbuiigo r-al
It o, cajl nn Mux Kwso, Shenandoah
agent for the United Stales Kim luyuicut
and Kunlnwi A.enoy, 44 and 46 Urea J way
FOR : THANKSGIVING : DAY
15 . '
Just received a lot to day.
Cor. COAL aud WfiST STS.,
Just the Same.
Looking over an old ledger wo see a
long array of names of fonnor subscribers
who are indebted to us. Somo of them
have moved away, and are lost to sight.
although to memory dear. Others are
oarrying the contribution boxes In our
most respectable churches and others
agnin have died nnd are now angels In
heaven, but they owo us just the same.
J. M. Uaiixy.
To tho Trnvolinff Public.
It y. u nre contemplating a trip to the
Vb1, or suuthwet tho question imlurnllj
arise, which ii tho host aid tnol economi
cal whv in which to make the journey
rhlB information you cm aecorlain hj
ending h po'tal to nut answering lb fol
lowing questions : Where are you K 'ini ?
When are you going? Win re willj.u
start from? How many will there bo I
your party? What freight an I baggage
will you have to fhi7 On receipt of llii-
l will write or call upon you prcpired It-
fa rnifh map, time tables, and fullest
information regarding routes, low ft ralef
I nil c'ns of tickets, laid pnmiihlctB, ro-
ort book', Hot Springs guide, etc.
Tho Missouri Pacific Hallway and Iron
Mountain Home is noted for Us tuperh
thr ugh ear service. Pullman Vestibulrd
liuuVlt Sleeping l'arlor and Tourist S'eep-
inx ears, also l'alace lleell ing Chair Oars
tree, are run on all through trains. Asl.
for tickets via this popular route, and
correspond whh me beforo completing
arrangements for yiur.trip. J. I' Mo
Catin, Eastern Traveling Agent. No G67
N. Main St , K'nura, N. Y , or 801 llroad
way, Nw York Oily W. K Hoyt,
General Eistxrn i'assengor Agent, No. 301
Broadway, Nw York City. T' a', Missouri
I'aciOe Hallway Iron Mountain ltoute. tf
A Kind Frlond.
Ik wh.t they call Hint Famous Itpmpdy, Ited
Flag HI, It quickly cures lihfumallsm.
Ncunthrla. Cut. liruhea. Hums. Sores and all
pill li. It Is good lor mau or beast. 25centa.
At Kiriiu s urug siore.
Buy Keystone Hour, lie careful that thi
mine libssio & Co., Ashland, Pa., ii
unnted on every sack. , 3-3-ltRW
Keep your oyo on this local. Keagey.
tho photographer, will havo his new open-
inn in a few days and will have something
interesting that will surprisntho pcoplo. tf
Try It, for It oevr (ilsaprolnla. Dr. Hull's
CoukIi rirup. At all dealeis. 1'ilco 2ceutau
If you want an excellent faun, s tuatod
on y six miles from Shenandoah, contain
ing "8 acres, with fruit trees and stream ol
water, call at the IIkrai.u effien forfurthcr
particulars. I' ii a profitable investment
and the terms are reasonable, 11-18 tf
Lane's Fumilv Medlcino
Moves ihu toKule each day. Most people
neet to u.o it.
"lie who slmls my purte sleals trnOi:' but
Iih who wnLtoniy ntluli a my bottle of Hal-
Mitiou (ill. steals son cli lng ilml pnrlchea
lilni Indeed unit leavca n.e bankrupt, a
. Ic Im to nchea and pains n sorrowing, woe
nil clilien, uiilll 1 cuu slowly cieep to the
Nov. 18 Grand supper In Kobbins' opera
nou ofor the benefit of the Trinity Ito
Noveuihor 'JO. Grand supporin Hohbins'
opera house; benefit of Lady Uarrisor,
Lodge, No. 10. A P. L. A.
Good Horses I Nice Buggies I
Fine Double Carnages .
In charge of good, carelul.ietponsiblo driv
ers to nire ui an times unci hi
reasonable rates at
EVAN J. DAVIES'
LIVEKY AND PEED STABLE,
12 anil H .Vr(A I'tar Alley,
Hear of J.uberu's haul wo re itoro. Jlornea
Irtken to Jloartl, Cateiul allcnlhn gleu to
rceviiiK jiortea. Ail aina oi iivuijlivu ay
ended tu promi tly-ihuriiea moderate.
Fallhrully and pnmplly nttendedto.
Philadclpliia Cheap Bargain Sioro.
For a Hill line of
ladles' and (Jul Ik' Furnishing Goods at the
jowei.1 prices r-ecia ULeolLilil
furls n 1 Vfteaeli.
J. RABIN0WITZ, 110 K Centre slteel
CIIIIAI'KR THAN EVBR AX
JN0. B. PRICE'S SONS
New Shoe Store
Having recently purchased ataaalo In Beth
Bankrupt Stock of Boots and Shoes
t am jiowprepatf d tnsell thraeg-wdsat price
client cr than lliecostof mulmfaclnre Men't
calf buf on shoe, oali .olea, fiom Jl.'-loto 1.75,
niauulacttirer' price f225 to (UN). An in.
iiioq'o Block of best sole-leather lipped shoes
w rrnntid not o ilpand to stand good wear,
cheaper than tin manulacliirlng pilecs.
Big Lino of Ladies' Laco Shoes
whlcn wo ale selling at f 1 2j; inanuractuier's
price I1.7A ilcn'abfKl lubher boots 82 else
where t2 60. Men's miner brogans St 15, else
Itctnember the pl-ro,
Centre St. and Market Alley,
Sign of ST-A-H.
A GOOD SHOE
FOR $1.75, WORTH $2.25.
Repairing Neatly Done.
S- L. BBOWU,
Common Sense Shoe Store,
110 South Main St., Shenandoah.
Balbriggan : Ribbed
5 CENT QUALITY TOR 50 CTS
GO CENT QUALITY FOR 40 CTS
40 CENT QUALITY FOE 25 CTS
If tbey laut Hint long don't think the
bnrguin nuulerx will nllow
Green Truck Stand
Cor. Main and Otk Streets.
Fresh Oysteis Received Daily.
A Que Hue of Choice (illOCEltlKS
Poultry of till Kinds.
Mr. Costlel ric(lea his ereen truck dallv
trom the city markets, uhlcli Is a Rimanlee
to his ens omcra that ll cy will receive fresh
groasumu ouyi gn-om ji m,
JOHN H. EVANS SALOON,
d0 E. CENTRE ST., SHENANDOAH
FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE.
Flueht brands ol cigars always on hand.
rue uesi lemperauce ariuKs.
WALL PAPER BARGAINS !
Largest aud cheapest clock In town.
Artistic Painting, Graiiing and Decorating!
J. P. GARDEN,
10 SCm 221 W. Centre Ht.. S1IEAKI)0A1I
f CEN'I B font window elmde
li l-v with frinue, otliert) InrfiSc.
I 1 65o und up. HIihiIom nmdo
JL W ior noreH unci private uwcl
Iurs. A new lot of shad
lugs and frlngta In match.
C. ID. FBICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 youth Jardin SL, near Centre
Has removed to Bill Janes' old stand
17 BOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where lie will be plicsedlo meet I lie wants
oi nisirieuas tna the publloln
Everything in the Drinking Lino,
Ailvtrtwemtnti In IM column, not neeriltng
o linen, 5 a for on Insertion 75c. lor two; tl loi
Ihrer: one week, tlM; two werkt, U; one
T7"ARM8 KOU BALK. Aroyou look-
l"c lorn larmT If so call on or wnto l
' Kfh'er. Krnckvllle, l'a., as to where tin y
pro - ' rrn, 22-t'
Ij1 ) . .i.ii-.u. veu-riH nied liouxt
JL' o th U'hlio s'leet. Apily to H. W
l cngl '," v Mnii 'rt-M. ll-JOlw
OU i u.-a oiIhb wiiuer. Own
Or . havu tamo lit on tirovl.viir nrm frl
aim . ost of lil ndveilhcii.eul. Api ly
at 210 Kl CoiUtrc t. ll-ltl-0t
"IjOH SALE. One store ronni and
X. im dwtlllug house. Ixit SOftet Iron!
ml Hi) feet de. p. I'luce, 315 W-hi Co 1 street.
Kasy rm-. Apply lo Frank Wurman.
AGICKTS WANTED -Free pre
rmld outfit loen, riri-llc-nipn. Mevpiwlnf
our salesmen linvo earnt-d from 570 to S W a
wecitior jeara pasi. x; u. uox 171 cw
iurK. ii 15-iw
Ij'-OR RENT. The wehool room
1 under the 1'. M. church, wllhkllchcn
conneclpd, row for rent for ) nrlles, suj.peis
aud entertainments etc. Apply to
iMAiisiiAi. iiauoh, res,
K. SV. AMooit. Seo'y.
lt-18 lw ltKV. 11. 0. ltussKi.r., I'ttstor.
CHARTER NOTICE. Notice 1h
hi-ieby given that nu aprllcatlou will
be insde lo the Couit ol (.'oininou hl-a- ol
Hchujlkdl c-enly on Monday, Novembers.
. xj. loui. ni iu o cioca in mo loieuoon, tin
'er the"e-ornoratloL act orthpcommnnwnalth
ol Heuusilvunla.npprovedArrllifJ, 1871 "and
me ulplelllel4 lut-rcio, lor me cnaucr 01 an
Inte ded cornorat on to bp called "The I'oiMi
Hi. Kuslmer Association of Hue. audoah, l'a."
Mil assi ciauon lo do loeaieu inneuauaoan,
l'a., and to have for us objeel the mali lo
naucp ol an association 'oi social. educational
and bene tidal puiposeato lis members Irom
iudub coneciea inereiii.
S. O. M. IIOLLOPEl'EK,
Attorney for Applicants.
Shenandoah, Pa., Nov. 4. '01. 11-Mw
r. J. FEIIOUF.ON, MANAOEIt.
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 16, 1891
Math. co Patuidny.
The vera- t!Io trtlftc,
aud the famous
Baldwin-Melville Combination !
Frid .y, "Kast Lyune."
Matliire, A grfat comedy bill.
ssalurday Wight, Wl'wo Orphans."
JluUiue I'rices, 10nLd IX) eints.
FchIs ou sale 0 a.m. Hntnidnvat Klilin's
l-.vtry child receives a prescntat Saturaay
Next Ten Days.
MEN'S ASD BOYS' OVERCOATS
Men's, Roys' nnd Children's Suits,
Roots and Ladles' and Chil
DRV GOODS AND UNDERWEAR!
at u large reduction at the
ORIGINAL BARGAIN STOF-E
23 S. MAIN STREET,
Welch for the HEI) i-ION lu.rront.-Et
Newly Refitted anil Renovated,
TONSORIAL : PARLORS !
Hair Cutting and Haw Dressing I
SlIAMrOOJKO, MO., UY
E. G. J. WADLIKGER,
Under I'oslolllce Building,
Main and Oak Sts., Shenandoah
Jf-HotODd cold baths, I'olIU, proini t uno
PAllllliSIii twlolofslovo ej al 1 h
of any dm DilpUpu should cull D
on ire, ititu idhim
on band n full supply. Buy
Hie teal range In the A
.narae, NEW. CP" tt
f? ntl ' do
' perleotwork. As
rv-T-r lr" to the price, H win
O U V tZ suit you. ThU.jcellent
alovo be had only Iron
AVM. P. PliATT,
TIH UOOFINO, SFOUTISO, ROOF PAINTING
promptly attended to.
73m 331 S. Jardin SL, Shcaandoar
DEESSMAJONG SCHOOL I
To the ladles of Hlienandeah and vlolnlly.
A bcleul)llcl)rci-a Culllniraud Making llruiion
Bchrol la opened In loem Ho. 8, Hohb nn'
butldlne. met the cost office, where cuinls
are takm and taught thelnttttand bealaya
tern of ciiltlUL'aiiddreBrjoaalrir Theayatein
la a aavlng of lime, labor and money and la
re&auvacauirea. ah areaenenuu wnonave
1 lunrueu IV, upvil ovuiua.
ll-C-tf Dlr. M. C. HEWITT.
It is not reofgnry togouliout it surreptitiously, as do the uatnlnsin tho
picture, if you wou'd tulte a peep ut our elecimt dlaplny of the latest novelties
in dre s goods, cloaks, wraps and ruv's. Our ftore la a little world's fulr In it
self and vlsltori n ny freely Innpeut the exhibition without lielug Importuned
to buy. We have mmie nttradlvo speelultlesthis week hi ihelltieof Dry Goods.
Coats, Wraps, etc.
J. J. PRICE'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
No. 6 South
A NTIQUm 1. u. 1 t. .1 . d In i lmoBt any
thins but haia If Ibe he id Is out or date
Ihertkt ofiha body it pr-tty surelo follow
suit. Nobody bin a 111IUI, nalre ora geulus
can 1 Hold to wear 110 eut headgca , aud even
thoy take a good many ehano -a wbau tlifydo
It, It will cost you no mure to bo up with the
times than It will 10 be hall a mile behind
them. Kverythh g about our tl SO hat la hand-
Home but th p'riie, and 91.51) for m h a hat can
scare ly i e calh d 101' Ihh but 1 r dlculoi bly
low figure. J he b n can Le sain of our25o
uecliuear. Om line ol gems' fumUhlngKooda
atheloveai prlc d 1. the maraet
1) S. Main St. S 7 A NL AN Sbenindiiah
If Alii. ANtiwm.
tku Bryi-us ur
East Centiv St., Shenandoah, Pa.
The fined and largwt assortment
lu !Iut, Jiouueta and Cap at re
markably low prl(. Our dne of
Clilldien's T1IIHMED AND UN
Oo.33iatxot Tow 33citj fvllod.
SALOON A-hD RESTAURANT
201 N. Main St., Shenandoah.
The Finest Stock of Beers, Ales, Cigars, Etc.
FUEL Eeon'mtcst: Vl
BAKES PERFECTLY ALWAYS
Tho Cclcbrutcd Duplex Grate
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS!
BEAUTIFUL HIGH SHELF.
ELEGANT HOT OLOSET.
- HOT WATER RESERVOIR
Waterbacki for Boilers Meet Every RequlreOit
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
FOB SALE -JBTZ-
Black Goods form a large?
and impor ant part of our
You aro naturally particular
about the style and fit of tho
Stintlay rmt ana iuii uresa
Suit, and will therefore appre
ciate the care awl taste we dis
play in making this class of
goods with right making w&
combine just prices.
A. C. Yates & Co.
Cor. 13th ft Chestnut Sts.
DO YOU "WANT
A GOOD FIT ? -
and wall made, fahlonable clothes?
If id, call on
W. J". JACOBS,
Fashionablo Custom Tailor,
8 South Jnidin Stieet, Sliojiandoak,
Call and . mi it plot, of the latent goods nna
the my ii. Oood workmanship, prtmplutks
and lair i m'k.
F1EE IMSU RANCE ,
Largest and oldest reliable purely caila com-
rnulea lC-f rtMuttd by
120 S. Jardin St., Shenanaoah.Pa.
ri M. HAMILTON, M.U.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofnce-28 Wert Lloyd Stieet, Bhenandoab