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3KTO"W" OUST TU? I
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
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MADAM CITY, Pi.
YOD OWE IT TO YOURSELF
To purcDHfco your une Enitrnwi", iiiuvioiuiin,
etc., nt bEVKilN'H Cornor Urnecry, corner of
Centre and SVlillo strict". Ills fctock, Juki
opened, In raltnblfl for the holiday season.
Kvorvtlilne fresh ami of tho best A new lot
of ennned goods, dried fruits, Jellies, etc.
Moment to Toll About.
Havo ycu got j our turkey V
What ilo you expect?
A busy shopping week.
1892 rames ou an unlucky day Fri
Some nconle imagine thuy have the
Hunc vour stockings up to-morrow
A man burns with indignation when
ho 18 "ilred.
Our merchants are kept busy with
Christmas is near at hand, wo wish
you a merry one,
All the physicians of town say that
.La Grippe prevails.
Get vour hatchets ready for the
bourdiug house turkey.
Do not judge tho town by tho con
union ot some pavements,
There Is entirely too much fast driv
Ing in tho borough
Tho water question is giving way to
anticipated unrisimas iesuvuies
The small boys are beginning to fear
that tltere will be uosKuiing una year,
Tho housewife this Christmas had
to pay a high prico for her butter for
This is tho season of the year when
a roll of money will fade away with a
It is the livo merchant who catches
the holiday trade, and the livo mer
chants always advertise.
Owners of loo houses don't get
worried any more about getting tnom
filled until the middle or January,
Tho exnress comimnles are rejoicing
aud their employes cursing over the
rush of packages consequent upon the
Don't get discouraged everything
lias its day. Tlio "grip" is iiaviug au
The weather of yesterday was bad
for tlio erln suilerers and a good one
to add many more to tho aleeady long
The drucgists aud doctors are uow
ahead of the plumbers and ice men
Tho advice of eminent physicians is
not to trv to euro yourself If you have
tho "grip" but file yourself to some
reputable physician tor examination
aud treatment. Tho diseuse Is too
dangerous to trllle with.
Laro stock oi fmicy Roods, such as
lamps, bronzes, china ware and imported
cut I'lawwaro. at Ilolderman's. 11-28-tf
Koep your oyo on this local. Keagoy,
tho photographer, will havo his now open
ing in a fow days and will havo something
intoreatlne that wilt surnriso tho pooplo. tl
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Fine Holiday Presents
The liolldnj s am nowhere, and every ono Is
mincing arounn loiiuu ouiiiierao imm-
ni'io present to give 10 it relative or a
friend, and i lie onlv place where
you can be Bulled Is at tho
he People's New Shoe Store
Cor. Centre street and Market alley,
Harlncton's building, npp. Ilrumuvs
Jewelry store, benandoan, l'a,
Where the fanciest footwear to salt the old
and yonnir, rich and poor, can be had In Hie
Men's tine velvet sllppeis at COeapalr, elso
Chenille, Minner at 7fic. o'epwhere fit.
Men's fine opsra sllppeis 81, elscwuereSl.15.
Ladles' fine, oncola onera ell tiner. beaded
mid satin bouquet 85c, elsewhereil 23.
i-dime- one venei snpperw, iriinuieu wuu
lunorai, eisewncro 31.DU.
Head Koeso's holiday advortisoinont.
l'rlvata llnrrott Not Guilty.
Washington. Deo. 23. l'rlvata Bar
rett, the tJulted States soldier who was
tried by Mexican military authorities
for assaulting a Mexican soldlor on
Mexican soil, has been acquitted. Bar
rett, while on a drunken spree, crossing
over from Laredo to Paso del Norte,
Mexico, got into n row, and when the
military guard attempted to arrest Ulm
b resisted. He woa bayonettod by the
Mexican, and then Barrett committed
the assault lor wuicn ne was ineu.
Frederick Doualuss III,
Washington. Dec. 28. Frederick
Tlouiflaja has been alllun for some time
nnat. and of late 1118 strength mi 3 uoen
rapidly declining, uno evening las
week while lecturing ar, mo Acauuiuy oi
Music, in Philadelphia, on Illayti, he
broke down In the midst of n stirring
sentence and had to be curried from tin
Btatro bv two of thoso upon tho platform
unit ia now aulto ill. Ho has baen com
pelled to doolino invitations to speak at
different places alter jnow xear.
To mi your relatives' and friends' HtockliiRs Christmas Eve at a
miii'iaiiiti cost to yourself.
PLUSH and SATIN
Silk ScnrJs, Tidies,
Head Itests, ScaiTo,
Handkerchler, Glove and Jewel Boies,
Toilet, Mmiiciirc, Sliuvitig and
i f r
WORK BOXES, KTO.
Papa and Mamma Dolls,
Rpg Dolls, y
Toys and Games.
9 W. Centre St.,
limiis fx Presents !
Music Cabinets , Rattan Push Rockers
- $3011 anil
- - 150 and
- 2,1111 and
- - 15.00 anil upward.
EXTENSION TABLES, - 4.00 and upward
FINE LINE LADIES' DESKS, 11,00 and upward
EASELS, All Styles, - - 11 and upward
PICTURESA Large Lot Just Opened for the Holiday Trade, $1,00 and upwaxd PtCTUBES.
Wilcox & White Organs,
WHITE SEWING MACHINES.
l'lnnoe, Organs nnd Hewing Machines sold cheap for cash or rented by the month
13 South Main Street, SHENANDOAH,
In Dress Goods, Shawls, Silk Haudkerchiefs,
Gloves, Mi(tfs, Ladies' and Children's COATS,
Carpets, Rugs, Etc., at
BARGAINS IN C0ATS2SST0 CLEAR OUT THE STOCK
113 North. Main St., Shenandoah.
Buy Keystone flour. Uo caroful that the
name Liseeio & Co.. Ashland, l'a.: is
Iirititnd on ovory sack. 8-3-3taw
Parties wltliinR to select their Christmas
proBcnle can do to now and havo them laid
aside, until wanted. At lloldorman's.
Iioet work dono at lironnan's etenm
laundry. Evorythinp; white and spotless.
Iiaoe curtains a spocialty. All work guar
JUST RECEIVED !
Finest lot of
A Minting Heir Found.
"Wiieelinq. V. Vo.. Dec. S3. John
Qivous, the missing heir to the Immense
Glvens estnto at uortianu, .a. is uore.
n has heon mlsslna slnco last Juno,
re lien he loft for San Francisco. He was
heard from on his arrival there, and
then nil trace of him was entirely lost.
His baggage was found In Sau Fran
cisco, and it woa supposed he lind been
murdered and tho body coneealod. lie
was mourned for dead at his home for
Funny Duvunport's nines Illieumnllim,
Detroit. Mich.. Deo. 23. Tho Illness
which conilnos Fannie Davenport to her
room at tho Cadillao Is rheumatism. The
company has gone to Buffalo without
her. Pr. Angus McLean, who attends
the actress, does not regard the illness
as serious. Miss Davenport has just
emerged from a Beige of pneumonia.
which prostrated ner in unicago, aua
her condition glvei rleo to some anxiety
among her friends. .
A FINE SHOW
If you want to see a fine display ot Boots and
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Corner Coal ana Jardlu Ute.
Custom Work and Repairing
Done In the best ktyle.
lie Won III Bull, Hut
New Yohk. Dec. 23. Lawyer Jerome
Duck hug obtained a verdict of 41. bO be
fore Judge Truax, of the Supreme
Court, because, of his ojoctment from a
Wagner pulaoa car on tne JNOW loric
Contral Kallroad on August 18, 1887.
On a previous trial he obtained a ver
dict of $1,000.
Good Horses I Nice Buggies I
Fine Double Carriages I
In chargo of good, careful, rcjponeiblo driv
ers to hire at an times ana at
rousonablo rates at
EVAN J. DAVIES'
LIVERY AND PEED STABLE,
12 and H A"or(i Pear Alley,
Rear of Luberg's hardware (tore. Horses
taken to Jtoartl. Carelul attention (riven to
Feeding llon.es. All kinds ol HAULING at
tended to promptly chaincB moderate.
nlshop of Angers Ded.
Paiub, Deo. 23. Hlght Ilev. Charles
Einlle Froppel, Blahop of Angors, the
well-known clerical member ot tli
Chamber of Deputlos, Is dead.
Geese and Ducks I
In town at
118 West Coal Street.
NEW DRUG STORE.
107 South Maln'Strcot,
NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Jjy registered piiarniaciBts,
TO PROTECT YOUR LUNGS
Prrro ou? of oar Chut Protector.
THE BEST fOR fVErf f UJPOSE.
OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL CHRISTMAS
Falthfully and promptly attended to.
Cor. JlAln and Coal Bts.,
Regular meals at popular
prices serve,! at ail times.
Ladies' dining una re
freshment rooms attach
ed, liar stocked with the
finest brands ol cigars
and fancy drinks.
Leading Restaurant in Town.
LEATHER and SHOE FINDINGS
IP J". CLBAR12T,
Dealer In all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and flrst-olass stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supphoa
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson IIoom building, SIIENAMD4 Ml. M.
WHAT PHILADELPHIA WANTS.
Like the strong demand for good
water In Philadelphia, there Is a grow
ing demand for good Clothing strong,
reliable, shapely, genteel. None are
in a better position than ourselves to
furnish such. We have made GOOD
Clothing a life study.
Now that tho Holldajsaro upon us, many
things In onr line deserve your considera
tion Smoking Jackets, House Coats, Hkatlng
Jackets, elegant Neckwear, Olovcs, Canes, &c.
A.C. Yates & Co.
Cor. 13th & Chestnut Sts
Green Truck Stand !
Cor. Main and Oak Streets.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
A fine lino ot Choice flHOCEIlIlH
Nuts and Candles.
Poultry of all Kinds.
Mr. Costlet receives his ereen truck dally
from the city markets, which Is a guarantee
to his customers that they will receive fresh
gooas when ouymgirom mm,
Largest and cheapest stock In town.
Artistic Painting, Graining and Decorating
J. P. GARDEN,
MMWm tm W, Oentro Ht.. BUKNANPO AH
No. 6 South Jardin Street.
Now is the Time !
If you want a f afe Investment Inspect our
fine line of clothing, dry goods, notions, boots
and shoes. New stock Just received. Every
article a bargain, as an Inspection will prove.
THE ORIGINAL BARGAIN STORE,
3 S. MAIN STItUSiT,
J92rWatch for the HED BIUN In front.-Ctt
q-'O PREPARE for winter. Every one la
looking for the best goods for the loast
money. If you are seeking bargains lu Hats
or Caps Just drop In to see ficanlan. He sells
men's good fur caps for EOc, men's red under
clothing for 50o a piece, men's fine working!
gloves at 25o a palr,gtho
BEST OVERALLS in tlio MARKET
65 c A PAIR.
An excellent line of Grey Flannel
Bhlrls for working at the very lowest
price. Big line of good winter shirts
from 26o up to 2.B0. ABlg Drive in
XKCKWEAIl Four-in-hands and
Tecks at 25 cent, regular price JO cents.
Ferguson i House ! Restaurant!
(Under management of Enoch Lockett)
Cor. Main ana Centre Streets,
FIIIST-0LAB8 LUNCH COUNTEK.
gars of tho finest brands.
CENTS for a window slmde
with frlnce. others for Coo,
C5o and up. Hhadea made
for stores and private dwel
lnpra. A new lot of shad
Inga and fringes to match.
O- 3D- FBICKE'S
j Cvfet Store, 19 Satk JariU St, ua b
Somothiug New in Pnzzlos.
Bcanlanhas something new In this
Hue. Any one glvlcg the correct way
of doing the puzzle wlU receive a 8
bat or Its equivalent. There are four
ways of solving the puzzle, and the
correct way must bo given. Thete
puzzles wo are selling for 10c, or we will
glvoone to the person purchasing 12
worth of goods and over.
AInew patent bat hanger given away with
each hatfrurchascd at
19 S, Mala St. Rfi ATJT.A "NT Shenandoah
THE CHEAPEST HOUSE
IN TOWN FOR
HarnpcQ. Whin?. Rnhp?.RIanMQ
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