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3STOW OUST T-A.IP I
ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
KAISER EXPORT BEER. Light.
YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF
Topuichnw ronrllne prncfrlc. provisions,
etc., ill r-EVF.ltN'N Corner Urnccry, comer ol
Oentro nnJ Willie Mr eU His Mock, JtiM
nnmiptl. Is htillnltln for the lifilldAV PeaNtin.
Itreryl hit k tresh nnd of the best A new lot
or canned icnods, drlPd rrnlt", Jelll'R. nr.
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY.
What News GathororB Tako a
Moment to Toll About.
Rabbit about yvl.
Egfs are dropping.
Qultiitlu In demand.
"ChrlBtiims trees" ure being brougbt
Not linnl on the coal pile so fur thlt
Hooks and eyes nro taking the place
Pay the printer bo ho can enjoy h
Do you know where your children
spend their evenings?
People who Imve no time to pray
are never loo busy to walk half u mile
to spread a uuamlul.
Tiie coining municipal elections are
beginning to receive a little attention.
Many mysterious looking packages
ore now sneaked quietly into the
These arc the days and nights that
llio BtoreKeepers are Kept t'i unslcbi.
Edison U a wonderful man but he
can't Invent a new excuse for being
Some watches now made are guaran
teed to keep time to within ten
seconds a month.
Don't give anyone a Christinas
present In the hope that you will get
Bomeiiilng in return.
It is nut what n man does but what
he gets caught at that weighs in the
worm's j uugmeut.
People cannot bo too careful In
changing their clothing, especially
inoae who are sutiject to colds.
V store' Weiss beer is the best.
Keilly solo agent.
10 Cents Per Pound.
Tho finest French mixtures, porfectly
pure, 10 cents por pound, at Max House's.
Tho finest and best chocolato croai
cheaper than olsowhoro.
Dec. 20. Maddon and Lowroy entertain
ment at Ferguson's theatre for llio benefit
of Adam Mor.
Ian. 1. 20th annual supporof tho"SVoleh
Tiaptiit church in the P. 11. church hall
Jan. 19. Supper and bar.ar in the
Primltivo Methodist echool room.
Head Kooso's holiday advorlisomcnt.
For Holiday Gifts
Cill and sol- tho Quo hand-painted articlos
of Ohinawsre, tho work ol Mies Vlrgio
Hollopetor, of town, now on exhibition
and salo at McCarthy's drug store.
Largo stock ol fancy goods, such
lamps, bronzes, china waro and imported
cut glasswaro, at llnlderman's. 11-28-U
Koop your eyo on this local. Keajroy,
tho photographor, will havo his now open
inn in n fow days and will havo something
intorosting that will surprise tho pooplo.
Parties wishing to soloct their Christmas
presents can do so now and have thrm laid
asido until wanted. At Holderman's.
Host work dono at urennan's etoam
laundry. Kvorything white and spotloss.
Lace curtains a specialty. Al) work guar
Thanksgiving Day is Over
But we still carry a lull block of
Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Spices
We a'so have a fl 10 stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS and NUTS
J, S. THOMAS'
Cheap Cash Stores
118 West Coal Street.
NEW DRUG STORE.
107 South UaintStrtwt,
'NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE
PrseflrlpMotir" carefully compounded
by registered pnarmncuta.
TO. PROTECT YOUR LUNGS
.Procure one of our Cheat Protectors,
Blla AVMilt n Divorce.
Coutland, N. Y., Doc 21. Mrs. Kit
tle E. Hunter, who occupies n prominent
position In society, has oommencsil na
nctlon for divorce. Mrs. Hunter, who
wn) formerly a Miss Shultz, was mur.
rled to Harry 0. Huntor on October 20,
1889. Shortly after their marriage they
took up a residence at Win ton Plnco,
Ohio, whence they moved to Scranton,
l'a. After a short stay in the lattor
city, Hunter directed Ills wife to return
homo, promising to follow soon. This
he never old, nau Mrs. Hunter has not
seen him since.
Will Irlcltt 8i.ni" Other Tlino.
PiTTbliUiiO, Dec. 21. There was to have
been a bautam-weljrht prize-light be
twen "Kedily" Mainn, of Plttsborir and
Kid" MclluuU ot Cleveland. Inst night
on tho steamer Mayllowor, nt the foot
of Ferry street. The principals were
wore about to come together when tho
police swooped down on tho bott aud
arrested tho two principals and about
20 sports and newspaper mon. They
were taken to (Jontral station, where
most of them wore released on hall.
Connecticut's titration Can.
New Haven, Dec SI. Thero is indl
cation that tho Supremo Court, which
hold another executive session baturuny
to deliberate In tho Morris vs. Hulkeley
quo warranto ease, Q and after three
hours' consultation went away, Is dl
vided both on the question of jurisdic
tion and the matter ot law. Judge Car
penter has made the admission that no
decision was roacuou.
tValt vrliliman flrnwliisr Weaker.
Camdkn, N. J., Dec 21. Walt Whit
man's physicians announce that the
condition of tho poet is unchanged. It
is said, however, that the patient is
gradually gr owing weaker. Mr. Whit
man Is suffering from bronchial pneu
monia, and, as he Is past 73 years ot
age, the opinion Is general that his days
3,000 Men Out of Work br R Cave-In.
WiLKESiiAniiR, Ponn., Dec 31. Tha
bottom ot the Qnylord Mine, located at
Plymouth, caved In 1 ast evening. The
uaylord Is one ol tne largest mines in
the anthracito region. The damage in
curred by tho cave-In will exceed $30,'
000. Two thousand men are thrown out
WlLltKSDAmui, Pa., Dec. 21. Tho grip
prsvalls here to an alarming extent.
Out ot a population of 40,000, It is safe
to say that fully 23,000 are ill ot tha
THE BEST JOR EVERY PURPOSE.
Good Horses I Nice Buggies I
Fine Double Carriages I
In charRO of good, careful, responsiblo driv
ers to bir at all times una at
reasonable rates at
EVAN J. DAVIES'
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
12 and 14 A'orth I'ear Alley,
Rear of Lubcru's hardware More. Jtmtts
taken to Jloitrd. Cure I ill attention given to
Feeding lion-en. All kinds ol HAULING at
tended to promptly-chargeB moderate.
Falthrully and promptly attended to.
I Prices, 25, 50,75c.
M ANAdF.lt Of
The People's New Shoe Store
lla mnrie n rt Auction In theniloo nl hlsslorl:
of I dies , mines', children's and men's 'onl
w nr. nnd will adhtio to llio i rices until utter
Mc per plr on Men's mining limits.
2Ro ' Mays' ltatlitr Imp ts.
250 " Youths' Luther hoots
36a " Men's and boys' rubber boots
Wo " M n's flno shoes.
arm " Misses' . "
l o " Ladles' rwhher overshoes.
26 and 60c por pair on Ladles' fine shoes.
PrlccH Below nil Competitors
Call nnd exumlue go dsand be convinced.
THE PE0PLIS' NEW SHOE STORE
Cor. Centro streft and Mnrkcl alley.
Ilarlnnton's building, opp. llriimm's
Jewelry tore, r-henuudoan, l'a,
5.I.oolc out for tlie Htnr HlKti.V
Christmas 1 Presents ! I
Music Cabi 'nets, Rattan $jPush Rockers
- 4.50 ai
Z.DO and upward.
- 19,00 anil upward.
PICTURES A Large Lot Just Opened for the Holiday Trade, $1,00 and upward PICTURES.
Wilcox & White Organs,
WHITE SEWING MACHINES.
rinnos, Organs and Hewing Machlnts sold cheap for ash orrentid by the month
J. P. WILLIAMS a SON,
13 South Mam Street,
For the next two weeks
you can purchase ladies'
line Dongola ShoeB for
$2.00, worth 2.75.
110 South Main Street,
S. L BROWN, Prop.
Cor. Main and Coal Bis.,
lingular meals at popular
? rices seivo'1 at all limes.
.Hdles' dlulng tin ie
frcshment rooms aMncli
ed, liar storked wllh the
nnest brands ol cigars
and fancy drinks.
Leading Restaurant in Town.
Now is the Time !
""po l'REI'AnE for winter. Every one Is
looking foi the last goods for the least
money. If you are seeking bargains In Hats
or Cui'Sjiist drop In to see Kcnnlan. He sells
men's good fur caps lor 60c, men's red under
clothing for Wen piece, men's fine working
gloves at 25o a palr.lthe
BEST OVERALLS in ilio MARKET
OBc A I-AIII.
An excellent line of Grey Flannel
Bhlrts for working at thovtry lowest
price. Big line ol good winter shirts
from 26o up to 2.C0. A lllg Drive In
Tecks at 26 cent, regular price 40 cents.
SomotMng Hew in Puzzles.
Bcnnlan has something ntw In this
line. Any one glvl g llio correct way
orclolng the tuzzle w'. 1 recehe a f8
hat or Its equivalent. Tin re are four
ways of lolvlng the ruisle, and the
correct ay n.ubt lie given. Tlieie
puzzles we are selling for lOo, or we will
gheone to tin person purchasing.!'.!
worth of goods and over.
A'new patent hat hacgerglveu away with
cacn nat;purcnased at
I! S Jilt Si SGANLAN Skuuiith
Smiling, Bright-Eyed Dolls.
Dolls that Close Their Eyes
In Innocent Slumber.
More Dolls, and 'Prettier Thau
- - S20.GD and upward
FINE LIKE LADIES'
EASELS, All Stiles,
4.DQ and upward
10,00 and upward
1,00 and up
OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL CHRISTMAS
WHAT PHILADELPHIA WANTS.
Like the strong demand for good
water in Philadelphia, there Is a grow
ing deuiaud for good Clothing strong,
reliable, shapely, genteel. None aie
lu a better position tlinu ourselves to
furnish such. We have made GOOD
Clothing a life study.
Now that the Holldajsare uronns, many
things In our line deservo your considera
tion Smoking Jackets, House Cent", Haatlng
Jackets, elegant Neckwear, Gloves, Canes, &c.
A.C. Yates & Co.
Cor. 13th & Chestnut Sis
FALL AND WIN
TER STYLES Of
East Centre St., Shenandoah, Pa.
The finest and largest assortment
In nets, Bonnets and Caps at re
markably low prices. Our line of
Children's TIIIMMED AND UN
Cannot too 33cj.-i.io.lloca..
iu vvt n 1 wiiiiro n re iwr tun turcw m Ku-auum.
Karlr Kirrurs. Kmliutioafl. S bm oui ltelrllltT LOBHof
Sexual I'ovqt, lirinbtencTk OL.8o,rrea a our faith tu
our KnwJflo 6 -will send one FnUJIlontlt Medltlu
Ever. Cheaper Than Ever, Too,
It Is not necessary to go about It surreptitiously, as do tbo gamins in the
picture, If you would take a peep nt our elegant display of the latest novelties
in drets goods, cloalts, wraps and rugs. Our store is a little world's fair in it
self and visitors nlay 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.
I A ROT? Avid"
in, DIJJ-V Convir.ltncci.
FOR SALE B"5cT
No. 6 South
If you want a rare Investment liifpert our
line line of clothing, dry goods, nottoi,s, boots
and sbocs. N-w slock Jimt lecelvtd Every
article a bargain, as an intpict'on will prove.
THE ORIGINAL BARGAIN STORE,
3 S. WAIN STHEIiT,
a-Watch for the UED HIQN In front.-E
Finest Htock in Town at
102 N. Main St., Shenandoah.
Ferguson ; House : Restaurant!
(Under management of Enoch Lockott)
Cor. Main nnd Centre Streets,
FIIWT-0L.AS8 LUNCH COUNTER.
gars of the finest brands.
A QUANI) BTOC1C OP
Holiday : Goods !
From which you can trrat you friends to
nice presents at little ex ense.
Blcque Figures, "ntsuma Ware, Japanese Ko
ran, Va-es at one-third usual prices.
LEATHER AND PLUSH GOODS?"
I'urscs, Pocket nooks, Clgtr Cases, Tourist
Cases. Collet nnd Manlcur i Hetts, Col
lar aud Cuff Boies, etc., etc
West Centre St Shenandoah
BAKES PERFECTLY ALWAYS .
Tho Celebrated Duplex Grate.
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS!
BEAUTIFUL HIGH SHELF,
ELEGANT HOT OLOSET.
HOT WATER RESERVOIR.
Waterbacki for Bolter Meet Every Required"'
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
DO YOU WANT
A GOOD FIT.?
and well made, fashionable clothesT
If so, call on
W. J". JACOBS,
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Jardin Street, Shenandoah,
Call and see samples of the latest goods in
the styles. Good workmanship, promptnUi
and lair prices.
THE CHEAPEST HOUSE
IN TOWN FOH
Harness, Whips, Robes, Blankets
WchI Centre htreet, Klicnanclonli.
6-A Horee lilankets a specially.
Silverware of all Kinds
Thousands of dollars worth nl the finest H1I
verware In the market.
102 North Main Btreat, Bhenandoau.
CENTS for a window shade
with fringe, others for65e,
65o aud up. Khades made
for stores and private dwel
iutrs. A new lot of shad
ings and fricfres to match.
O- 3D. FRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardia St, bcm Centre