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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
addrilLj sT--TOIE IBIEIEIIDE- Dark,
MIIiM CITY, Pi.
YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF
To piticl'ino vonr 11 e erod-ries provisions
etc., at 'KVhUN'M Corner Omcery, comerol
Centre mi J While sir ct 111" ktwlc, JiM
opened, In hiIIiUiIh fur lie holiday mbu'H,
Kvrryt' I B Iresli niitl t the lust A ntw lot
of (in jitd goods, di ltd frull', JellltR, (Us.
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY.
What Nowb Gathorors Tako a
Momont to Toll About.
Fiuo show windows.
Keep tlio alloys clean.
Candy factories nre btipy.
Bigr.s (if uppronchlitg Christmas.
Buy your holliluy presents early.
There will he 63 Sundays In 1802.
Already people aio wondering
whether It will he a wliltu or green
Cli rly turns.
When a hnnd'omu girl "comes out"
her pupa has to come dowu hand
Now Is the time to keep a sharp
lookout fur speak thieves. Wateh
It is estimated that 1800 pounds of
gold art- itimtmlly used for dental pur
po-e- In tlili; country.
There i eoiisidmible diphtheria and
gra. rare chould lie exereiseu to pre
vent lis i pretidlng.
Jupiter Is still the I "richest planet in
lue sky. ills an evening siar,
eets a little before midnight.
It Is a well knoun ici that ran Tina
Cotndi and Cuumi unit ion Cure hiiR cm id on
fmiiiplion, Coiwha and Colds when all else
fallen. 2iinu6u rents. Tr ul bullies Ireo at.
mnin s drug hioro.
Bund lWso's holiday Hilver i emont.
Now Wall Paper for 1892.
A fi'uiiili(l silcc. ion, embracing all tlio
lato-t colors anil iltfijMi?, at prices lower
than ever Largo line ol parlor patterns.
Those cheap U5c window f Unties, wl h spring
fixtures, cannot be equalled. Cull at Mel
ot'B, 22 East Centre street.
Van (Inutcn's Cocoa iend for a can,
Uuy Ktyslont flour lie careful that tin
name Lehsio &
printd on evorv
Dec. 12. Loio-o mpper of the, Salvation
Army in Krancy's hall.
D-c. IS and 10. Exhibition in the P. M
church lor the benefit, of tlio (Sunday
Dec. 20. Madden and Lowrey entortain
wont at Ferguson's theatre for the benefit
of Adam Mort.
Jan. 1. 20ih annual supper of llio AVelfh
Baptitt uliurch in the P. M. church hall.
Jan. 1U. Supper and laxar in tho
Primitive Methodist school room.
Parties wishing to select their Christmas
preterite can do m now and liave tlo m laid
aside until wanted. At lloldenrmn's
Charles llntctiill l imv, loiaied at corner
of Main and t'oal streets, Slioiiandoah.
Kusular meals, at lopular prne, served
-any lime Luiies' diniiiK and relieshuicrit
rooms attached. 'J-li-tf
Vater' Weiss leer is tho best,
lteilly Mle agent.
A Kind Friend.
Is whit thev
call Hi t Fiuuouk Hemedy, Hed
l-'lug Oil, It
qiooKiy emeu ituiun aiimu
Keuraliila, Cut-. Ilrui.eu, Hums, hon-a and all
pum. ii ik goon mi mnn or ovast,
At Klrllu'n drutf mutte.
Pa hot ring of all d ascriptions at Ilnl-
I1M wurfc done at llrennan's sleon,
-laundry. Everything white and tpotlew
Ijaoa curtains a spfMilally. All work guar,
Thanksgiving Day is Over I
Hut we still carry a full stock of
Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Spices,
We a so have a floe stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMfSTIC FltUITSand NUTo
J. S. THOMAS'
dieap Cash Store
118 West Coal Street.
NEW DRUG STOReT"
J07 South Muiu Street,
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
by registered pluirinucIatB,
TO PROTECT YOUR LUNGS
.Procure one of our Cheat Protectors. 1
THE BEST TOR EVERY PURPOSE.
Good Horses Nice Buggies I
Fine Double Carriages I
In chnrgeof good, ctrflul, 'etponsihledrix-
eis to lor at all ime aim at
reasonable rte. at
EVAN J. DAVIES'
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
12 and 11 Mirth rear Alley,
Hear of J.ubeiu'a ha'dwnre tore. JotM
titken to lUmrd, C-iHnl aitentl' n gUen to
Feeding Hordes. All klutlfol llAULIKOat
lendcd to promptly clmrkca moderate.
Fallhfully and pr. mptly alteudedto.
GO TO HEADQUARTERS !
Tree Ornaments, &c.
Wholesale uud Hetnil.
MY CLEAR CANDIES !
Are nbnolutcly pure. Sunday "chools,
Cliurchei-, Hocletlt a. etc., supplied at
Ice Cream, Bread and Cakes!
104 N. Mam St., SHENANDOAH.
Now is the Time I
po PKKPARK for winter. Every one la
looklrg fo, the b tt joods for Ihe least
money. If you are seeking barg tins tn Hats
or Cuiisji.fct drop lu to tee So nlan. HosellH
men's ituod (ur car for 50e, men's red under
clothing for 6i c a i lece, men's One working
gIo es at 25e a pair, the
BEST OVERALLS in tlio MARKET
OJc A IAUt.
An ecelhnt line or Grey Flsnnel
BhlilsforworhlUB lit theviry lowest
pi Ice. Dig line ol good winter shirts
from 2f o up lo $2.60. A Big Drive In
NlCKn 15AM Four-ln-handsaad
Tecks at 25 cent, regular prke 40 cents.
Something Now in Fuzzles.
Bcuulauhas something new In this
line. Any one glvP-g the correct way
qf doing tho I'Uizlo wW recelMi a t3
lint or Its equlMUent. There ure four
ways of tolvlug the pimle, and the
correct way must be plven. Ihete
puzzles we are selling for 10c, or we will
giuone to the l crt-ou purchasing J2
worth of goods and over.
A new patent hat hanger given away with
ouch hal.purchascu at
IS S. Main St, S0ANLAN Sheoaoiloah
JT I CENTS for u window shade
II V. with frlnue, others for 65c.
! . J C5o anil up. Hhades made
L J f"r t-tores and private tlwel
hiKs. A new lot of shad
ingsand fringes lo mutch.
C. 3D. FRICKE'S
Carpel Store, 10 South Jardin St, new Centre
From now until Christinas wo will get in
JNO. B. PRICE'S SONS
THE PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE.
M Goldman, formorly manager oMhe Eos
ton Khoe t rc, outh Main stre-l, I an opened
a new shoe store In llarlngton's building, cor
ner Centro siiect and Maikel alley, where I, o
has In tlock a flue assortment of ooiw.ai,
which he lately purchased nl public aaleul
I'etlileliem.nii'l now selling them cheaper
mail too n nuuinciuiera tan niaae iiiem.
Men's flno Coiisrs sli(e.....l 2'-, tlstwln re 1 7fl
l.odICK' donpoln btitlou shoe,l 15 " 10
1 trench kid Mine 160 " 3
Mcn'slicstiublur boot". 105 " 22-
A fine lino of Lilies' Qo dola Patent Tip
liom at 11 M, fo mer price (175. "awe In a
n aln toe, formerly $1 25, i ow $1 00. Boys'
Moots (top sole) ?1 20 were $1 50 11 iy' li ce
-hoes, Tiriucrly sold at Jl 25, now DO cents.
Such Bargains in Foot mar
Were never befor- ollered In town Parties
iromoutof li wn Avhenihey get f'fl ttmnsat
the Lehigh nnd HeHdlnu depota should watch
Tor the stun of ihe "'tnr,"iind climb I wo steps
a li will pay you to climb Hum,
The People's Shoe Store
Cor. CiD'ro Street ni IhM AIIcj'i
Music Cabinets, Rattan $jPush Rockers
- 4.5Q and upward,
2,00 and up,
- 15,50 and upward.
PICTURES A Large Lot Just Opened for Ihe Holiday Trade, lM and upwardFlCTURES,
Wilcox & White Organs,
WHITE SEWING MACHINES.
i'lanos. Organs and Sewing Machines sold cheap for rash or rcnltd hythe month
13 South Mam Street,
-T-A-UKIIEi -A. PEEP!-
It Is not necessary logo about it surreptitiously, as do the gamins in the
picture, If you wou'd take a peep at our elepant display of the latest novelties
In drees goods, cloaks, wraps and rugs. Our ntore is a little world's fair in it
self and visitors may freely inspect the exhibition without being importuned
to buy. We have some attractive specialties this week lu the line of Dry Goods,
Coats, "Wraps, etc.
J, J. PRICE'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
For the next two wee;s
you can purchase ladles'
line Dongola Shoes for
110 South Main Street,
S. L. BROWN, Prop.
We're Ablaze With Glory !
A royal treat to those vUitin i our
store during this gr.md display f
Useful and Appreciative Holiday Gifts -"jsgjsgg
At such low prices as will enable mi t
make two presents for the price f nne ''Is-ewhero
CHAM&ER SUITS, - - -SZI.II and opwd
EXTENSION TABLES. - 41 and upward
FINE LIKE LADIES' DESKS, Wdopnard
EASELS, All Styles, - - 1,00 and uptwd
Thero is "iruslo at Yates'," especi
ally in the OVERCOAT BOOM and
Children's Department. The constant
hum of business gives u "snap" nnd a
"go" to the wholo efetabllshment.
The choice Clothing of the season is
upon our tables upon its merits prin
cipally we rely to advanco our reputa
tion. Tho moderate prices of course
bwill havo their say.
L G. Yates & Co.
13th & Chestnut Sts
6 West Centre Street and 34
MONEY IN IT.
f.V-ii'na cjofa TVTn
To ministers of the copnel hnd school
bought. All goods must be sold before
reuised. an eany anu nave inn pica
want, which will bo set aslde,nn pavmeut 01 a small ueposu.
No. 6 South
If yonwsntn fafe Invcsltrent Jnfpectour
flue line of clothing, dry goods, uolloi a, IhkiIs
and shoes. NcwstccK Ju.t rcceivd Evtry
artlclo a Uartaln, asun InejHct on will prove.
THE ORIGINAL BARGAIN STORE,
3 8. MAIN STttEliT,
"J-Watch for the 11KD HUN In fronl.-W
9 W. Centre St.,
SANTA CLMS !
North Main Street SlicnandoA
'"THERE Is money In it for you If
you purchase your holiday goods
from us. Five hundred styleB dressed
dolls, from 60 to $1 60 each. Dolls'
shoes, stockings, trunks, tables,
bureaus, chairs, toilet sets, paintboxes,
writing desks, doll swings, air rifles,
drums, trains' of cars, gun boats and
other articles run by steam, A largo
lot of mecbnulcal toys, tool chests and
,all the latest games, ABC and build
Antique silver toilet and manicure
sets, dictionary aud biulo stand hold
ers, hook and ladder and Are engines,
tin stoves, German tops, trumpets and
man;' oluer articles In this line.
Pp.rTiimp.rv Rlp.inha f
rtin T flnfprns Arf
teachers. 10 per cent, off on all trcJSii
January 1st, and no reasonable offer ,
01 nioiui. nmwu oeieui. wuai you 1
It will pay you to call at
10 Soutli Main Street.
If you wish to procure a good
;tor little money give rue a call,
All goods must be 60laberoreJanuaryv.il
as I am going Into the u.a.uracturtug bus!4
nrss. Goods sold rhrnpertcon my oompet
lors cuu purvnuse iiieiu.