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Picnics and Outings!
Severn, tho Grocer, is head
quarters for fine Cheese, I'ruits
find Vegetiibles.Ciinncd Meats,
Picklc3, Crackers, Cukes, Con
densed Milk, etc., suitable for
picnics and excursions. Now
supply sliced Summer Sausage
All new and fresh goods.
Cor. Centro and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
ALL TIIU NHWS VOIt ONU OUST.
Ills a larger circulation In Klienandoah than
any other papir published. Clrou
lntlon books open to all.
Huckl berry pie Is ripe.
Excursion season is here
Vutormelon6 will bo plenty.
Oool mornings and evenings.
Tliti poach crop is beginning to arrive.
ilia times lor tlie summer vacation arc
nriker mat belongs to no union-
AV (i aro moving along now in tho second
half of 1801.
waslo paper should not be thrown into
tho ?! roots to scare horses.
B'g railroad accidents, like big fires, id
way seem to run in groups.
Every man is entitled to his own opinion
and each seems satisfied with his share.
Entitled to the Beet.
AH aro entitled to the best that thei
money will buy, so every family should
liave, at once, a bottle of the best family
r nv dy, Syrup of Fig, to olmuiMi the sjs
torn whim oostivu or biliimi. For bale in
We and $1.03 botllos by all leading drug.
"World's Fair CimimWalonori. 811 Awav.
New Yohk, July 9. Four of tho mom
tiers of the World's Fair Foreign Com'
mission. Moses 1. Handy, A. O. .Hullock
ex-CouKreBinan Benjamin liutterworth
and Frederick W. I'eck of Chicago, no
eomnanled by John Duller, special 'Irons
urr nirunt. boarded tho atemnor Columbia
Inst night, en routo for Europe. Judgo
Lindsay of Kentucky will not bo ablo to
suil until July 10
Ariculcd for Vot'Kd'y.
Rociiehihb, N. Y., July 0. James He
Cargo of Medina, N. Y., ndjuater for tho
Flour City IJfo Association of Itochcslor,
wai nrrestod nt Medina us ho was board
ing a train for Roohcter, on a warrant
charging him with forgery hi the second
Vl-.rcnliy feloniously forcing the name
of P. V. JJond to nn instrument and upon
u check for j300.
III. llemt and Lungs Turn Otlt.
New Haviin, Cotiu., July D. Christo
pher Dabl, a prominent citizen of Now
Britain, fell under tho wheels of a Now
York, New Haven & Hartfoid train in
attempting to alight while the train was
moving. His breast was torn open nnd
his heart and lungs torn from his body.
Slliaautous XSnnp froiu l),ntli
Watertown, N. Y., July 0. Timothy
Nallis, a carpenter employed on the now
Globe Hotel, hero, fell from the fifth
atory to tho collar through the skylight
nnd was picked up without a broken
bono or nny npp irentlll effect.
Clttznu Train's I'lylug Trip.
NEVf York, July U. Citizen George
Francis Train took tbo train last even
ing for Tacoma, Wash. He Is nine days
behind his schedulo time In trying to
fllrdle tho earth in 60 doys, but is confi
dent of sucoesding In breaking all records.
Vsuvlo I. Iloomlnc
Naplis, July 8. The flow of lava
from Mount Vesuvius has Increased. Tho
lava has now reachud the roar of the ob
servatory. Playing Cards.
You can obtain a pack of beet quality
playing cards by sending Alteon conts in
postage to P. S. Eustis, Gon'l Pasg. Agt.,
13. , C. &, Q.ll. It. Chicago, 111. tf
July 29th. Festival and entertainment ;
Ilobblns' opora houso, under tho nuspioes
of Silyor Wave Castlo, A. O. K, of M. O.
To Our Readors.
Are you troubled with Consumption or a
deep seated Cold, If so tnko heallliy excrelre,
live In open air, use l'an'J'Ina Couli Hiui
t' insumpllon Cure, and be cured. Don't
di lay. Trial bottles free at Klrlin's drug store.
WALL PAPER !
A CAItI)AD JUBT AKKIVIIO AT
Embossed .....12 l-2c
"Window Shades, spring rollcrs..25o
Curtain Pole 25c
22 East Centre St., Shenandoah,
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
A TroubloBomo Injury.
Henry 0. Hnwloy, of Kast dal streot,
win) wm laid up for over fix months with
a foot crusliod whilo bo was nt work in tho
tnlnes, starlid work lat Thursday, but
only workod ono day wlion ho was obllRCd
to return to his bod and undorRo another
operation. Dr. Siraup took nino moro
pieces of bono from the foot, making tho
total numbor of piooes roinovod twonty
threo. "Y'b" Programme
Tho Y. W. U. T. U. moot in lloddall's
hall, West Oontro street, ovory Saturday
evening, and a cordial invitation is ox
londod tho public, as tho meetings are open
to all. Tho following is the programme
for Saturday ovenlng, duly 11th !
Scripture rending win. "rown.
UOII1I0 lea'UUK r . rmuim.
Holo A. C. Morgun,
lllogrnphy ill llerl hooks i n iiopKins.
lliosiapi yof 1'. 11. Hnplttii Hert Honks.
hlch Is or numt benefit to man, a cow or
auHpnletroe U i. llalner.
Onartetle A. 0. Mo'gun at d parly.
Critic Joieph Jones.
A Whlto Stroot Scaro.
Tho rosidonts of South Whlto street wore
thrown inlo a state of oxcllomont yester
day afternoon by an alarm of Are thai
brought tho Columbia cngino and hoto
carriage, tho Phoonix carriage and tho
Keicuo truck to the homo occupied by
Harry A. Acker. Tho blaze was a small
ono and tho bucket brigade got in Its work.
A plumber was repairing a water plpo
under tho kitchen of Mr. Aoker's house
and bad a naked light, which set fire to
somo straw and shavings that had boei
placed about tho pipes during tho winter
to provonl them freezing. Tho damago
by reason of tho lire was slight, boing
restricted to plastering that was torn down
to tnako suro that tho tiro was extinguished,
Dwo Lowls ppont yesterday in Heading.
"Tim" Coakley spent yosterday in Ma
Liwyors Ulrich, of Tamnqua, and Varr,
of Ashland, wore in town yesterday.
Win. Mann, who is employed in Phila
delphia, is viiting his mother in town.
Maxwell, tho traveling passenger agent
for tho "Nicklo Plate," was in town yes
hdwaru Jones, of rhilauelphia, is in
town, tho guost of his uncle, E. C. Probst,
and will spend tho summer hero.
Dis. Callon, Stein, Spalding and Langton
attended tho mooting of thn Schuylkill
County Medical Society in Oirardvillo
W. J. Solly, profi-ssor of business
customs and correspondence in tho Peirco
Uollego of JJuiiness, I'lnladelphla, was a
visitor to town yosterday and tuado i
pkasant call at tho Hkii.u.d sanctum.
John Lloyd Evans, of Wilkos-Barro,
spent last evening in town. Mr. Evans is
one of the boat musical authorities in tbo
state. He was ono of tho adjudicators at
the opon-nir oisteddfod hold In Wi'kef
Barre recently and f atistted the 5.000 peo
ple in attendmeo with his decisions. Ho
carries with him a handsome gold watch
bearing tho following inscription : "Pre
sented by Have X. Kuschko to tho Willtos
liarro musical foitival, Juno 13, 1888, and
won by John Lloyd Evans, tho successful
leader of tho Wilkes-Barro Choral So
POLITICS AND POLITICIANS.
What is Heard in tho Political
Tho Republican Executivo Committee of
thU county met at PottsviHo on Monday
and fixed Tuesday, August 4th, for holding
tho county convention. ,
Unless tho Shenandoah Democratic can
didates for ShoriU' put on a bold front thoy
will be tide-tracked, Tho edict has gono
forth that Joo Woll must bo nominated,
and nominated ho will bo, his friouds say.
AV hat Eay our townsmen Scanlan, Stanton
nnd Ferguson 7 Aro you thore, Moriarity?
.1. U. Pomoroy, EfO,., has tho call for tho
Constitutional Convention so far as tho Ito-
publicans oi this district aro concorned
"William A. Marr, Esq , of Ashland, will
suroly bo ono of tho Dcmocrulio nominees
and Jnmoi J. Pranoy, of town, stands vi
excellent show for being tho other.
Tho IvppublicnnB in this county will have
barmony this year if they bavo to light lor
it. Those who bavo grievances should
niako their fight now and submit like little
men wlion tho nominations aro mado.
T hero should bo no diirerencos after. If
thoy don't succeed this year thoy can try
again next year and thoy'll get tboro in
Sheriff, Comroy, whose torm oxpiros
with this year, has made a very good offi
cial and it is a pity ho cannot succeed hlm-
kolf. Jlowovor, tho Republican party has
plenty good timbor to soloct from.
Deputy ShorifT "Hon" Smith, of Girard
villo, is frequontly montionod as Mr. Com
roy's likely euccetcor. Mr. Smith has
mado an ablo and courtoous deputy and ho
has a wide acquaintanco in tbo county.
Loininger, tho present Poor Director,
whoso torm oxpiros this year, is detormlnod
to succeod himself and will leavo nothing
undone to secure n rouomination. If tho
Republicans waijt to securo control of tho
Poor Hoard uoxt year thoy must nominate
their best man and not try any oxporimont.
Tho Secret of Succosa.
C II. Hiureubuoli. the druflwlst.bellevea that
the freoret of success is nerfceverauce. There
fore be lierslsu In kecnluir tho tlnt-st line of
permmeruyf, louei articles, cosmetics, druits
and cbomloals on the marlict. lie etpeclaily
Invite all persons who liuve palpitation,
short breatb, woalt or hungry spells, pain In
side or shoulder, opiireuilou, nlKhtmare. drv
ot ngh, smnlheriiig, dropsy or heart disease
ui iry ur. Aiuos unequaicu X4ew lieartcure,
bcloie It is too late. It has the largest sale of
any similar remedy. Flno book ortestlrao
nUlsfree. Dr. Miles ltostoratlvo Nervine is
unsurpassed for sleeplessuess, headache, fits,
till, ui ,v uvuutiiis uu i,iifticn.
Norvo and IAvor Pllla
r nrlnrlnliwrpfnitntlncy fhA
llvor, Homach and bowels through the nrrvn.
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' tills speedily
euio blllouauew, bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
ooustlpallon, uuequaled lor men, women
children. Smallest, mildest, surestl Sidocen,
SBcts, Samples Free, at , H. IlaBtnbucU's
Iluy Ktyitont flour. Bo careful that the
namo Lessiu & Co.. Ashland, Pa., if
printed on ovory sack. 3-3-3taw
A special mooting of tho stockholders of
tho Citizons' Electric Light Co., of Shen
andoah, will bo hold August 20th, 1891,
between tho hours of two and four p. rn.,
at tho office of said company, No. 11, N.
Jardln stroet, for tho purposo of voting on
tho question of increasing tho capital stock
of said company. Hy rdor of tho board,
John Quuntitii, Soo'y.
Complotod to Doadwood.
Tho Burlington Itouto, 0., B. & Q. K. It.,
from Chicago, 1'oorla and St. Louis, is now
complotod, and dally passenger trains aro
running through Lincoln, Nob., and
Custor, S. D., to Deadwood. Alto to New-
awllo, Wyoming. Sleoplng cars to Dead-
Waters' Welw boor is tho best,
llollly solo agent.
jytou constitutional, convention
JniucH J. Franc?.
Subject to Democratic rules.
PRIVY : WELLS : CLEANED
AT KEASONADLn HATKS.
Comtnorclnl Hotel, Hlieintuloali.
221 W. Co.tire Slretit,
Formerly krptby Mrs. Cmvllle. Tho obovi
hotel u now kept by
JOHN "W. M'EFJiS,
Formerly of the Kcyslono Hotel, Ollberton
Ilest of ftccoiuinud'tlons for
Permanent and Transient Guest
The bar J j Mockrd with the best brands of
clgu ale, beer, porter and liquors.
EXCELLENT FllEE LUNCH COUNTER
A grand opportunity for Joining a new
The Beneficial Older of Equity
A fraternal society for both sexes.
Pays From $200 to $5,000
IN SIX YEATIS.
Advances money to buy homes, cancels the
lnaenieaness in case 01 uisuuiiuy or ueain
pays hick ana neaiu uenenis,
For further particulars call on or address,
Deputy Supreme President,
32 N. Main St., Rlieuaudoub, 1'n.
John R. Coyle,
Real Estate Agent
OFFICE Ueddall's Uuildinu,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
l-A two and one-half story double Irarao
dwelling house, with store-room and res
taurant. Located on Kast Centro street.
J A valuable property located on South Jar
3-fovcn dwelling houses at the corner of Gil'
bert and Lloyd streets. Good Investment
Serial 8ui!dingand Loan Associ'
Of Slaliuiioy city,
Will expose at publlo vendue on tho promises
in me uuroun oi rcncuanuoau, on
Saturday, July 11 ,'91
AT 2 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTEUNOON,
The following doicribed real estate:
Two half-lots sltuatn on West Centre
Btreet, with tho buildings thereon,
consisting of four dwellings, (two on
each half lot) and known na tlioMip.
Mary Keatlnp nroperty, rentlnR for
tho sum of thirty-three dollurs per
A. K. SMITH, President.
J. A. LATHAM, Secretary.
K E LLY'S
Neat, Cheap and Stylish
Straw Hats from 20o to 61.60
Hhort Spray Flowers...... fia to 1.C0
Wreaths JOoto 1,75
Infants' Christening Hobo, Mo to 15
Infants' long nnd short coats...ll,25
up to J.5.50.
60,000 LADIES WEAK
Why don't you wear oneT
NELLY BLY CAPS !
AU Colors, at 20 cents.
GIUL WANTED. A good ex
perienced girl wanted for general house
work, Knottier need apply. Cnllat IIkkald
odlce. East Ooal street. 7-3-tf
FOH HALE. Hovornl very de9lrn
blo properties. Terms reaionable. Ap'
ply lo Pierce Wnlkcr, J. 1,, corner of West
and Cherry streets,
DEHIItAULE PROPERTY FOR
mile. One of the moat desirable nroner-
tie on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at Kowso's grocery More, cor
ner Jardln and Oak streets, Hhenandoali, Pa
Va'taI i-IJi-An active reliable man
VV salary 7o to flHi. mnnttilv. with In
crease, to represent In tils own section a re'
I'liisiuie iiow xortc iiouso, uetereuoes.
ANUFAOTORKK, VooK Box 1M5, New York
1 now occuoled bv thn Hbeuundnnli
Bakery Co. lor mil ufacturlns an 1 retnl
randy business. Two floors 6 20 feet. Apply
LOST. At the eonif r of Outre nfd
Ohestnnl streets, J20. KP'der wi'l be
siilt'bly rewarded by reluming same t
John ilovnu, cirner Centre and Cheslrut
streets. (1-3 Uw.
CIIAIU'EH NOTICK Notice Is
heioby Eivcn that nn nnnllrallon will
beninde to the Governor -f lVnu-ylvanlaon
tlu llilrdday of August, 1891, hy J, M. Ollclt,
Mokos .Merv ne. Christian i:brlo. Ulinoii
Swoycr, ZehHry T. Trout nnd J. 1( Hoelmau
uuuer mo aci oi Asseiuoiy enuiio i n c
to provide lor the Incorporation nud rcguln
tlon of certain cornorallons nnnroved Anrll
20, lS7t," and tho supplements thereto, for the
ch-vttr of nn Intended corpora' ton to be
culled 'Folton Wntpr (nmi,nnv." tl-e charao-
er and object of which 1 tho supplying of
water for the rubllc nt tho bnrouirh of Girard
vlll. In the county of Helm vlklll. and to per
sons, pirtnershtps nu.1 nssoclitlons residing
lueri-iu as may doue the same, nnu ior mcse
purposs to have, possess and enjoy all tpe
tlKhts. benefits and privilege or said Actol
Assembly and snpiilfmonls ,hcreii.
.i. ii. i'iiiui'jiuix,E3uiiciior.
GtRAimvir,i,i3, July 7, lsni. 7 7-ld
VlV.1t Natiokai. Uanic or SnK'fANnO!!. 1
juiyv, is'Ji. )
The Hoard of Directors has this t ny do-
!larel a eml.anunal dividend ol five (o) Per
cont., payable on deirand.
7 0-lw JOHN It. LE HENIIING, Cashier.
FOB S-A.lL.ja !
The undersigned, desiring to retire from bus-
nes. wllld snuseof hisstocK ot ary goods.
giocerles &a., cheap. Pnrchnsercan nlso 'cut
the store room at reasonable terms Tho
stand Is a good ono nnd In the hands of a live
man can be made prontauie.
T. D. IAVIS,
ioo Kortli Jardln St.
The Cheapest Place !
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Uositry, Etc ,
OHARLES : YAROWSKY'S
23 West Centre Ht., Shenandoah.
The m BROftDVAY" RANGE
H beats everything In tho market, and the
prlco is jusl rum, 10 sunino mues.
It will pay you to come
aud see It.
I am prepared to do tbo following at the
Tin roofing - Oo per foot aud up
Tin roof palming Via " J'
Tin conductor bin 12a " "
Tin hanging gutter Via " "
uaivanizea cnimnoy hibck .-uo per iiuuuu
Kepuirs tor an stovos nspcmiiy.
WM. P. PRATT,
7 0 3m 331 S. Jardla St., Shenandoah
GREEN : TRUCK
Oysters, Clams and Poultry
Itecoived daily at tho old reliable
North Main St., near Lloyd.
V.Miolesale nnd Itctait.-
Plcnlcs, festivals and private parties sur
plied in quantities nt suori, nouce.
Duncan & Waidley's.
Our goods always attract tho
eye, our prices always suit tho
puree. In fancy goods wo have
Bomo of tho latest Importations
of Vases and Artistic Pottery.
Our 6 and 10c counters al
ways bright with new goods.
Ad the fruit season is at hand
we wish to call yonr attention
to the fact that wo are head
quarters for Jttrs, Jelly Cups,
Crocks, etc. Hig values iu lahle
Duncan 8c Waidley,
Ho. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa
M. S. SCHEIDER'S
South Main St., SlictinntloaU
Fresh Bread, Cakes and' Pies.
Gil All AM WtUAD A Bl'ISCIAWy.
" A fine line of Confectionery. Fine Ice
urc&in ranors attached.
Jsjow Is tho time to change yo ir unds'wear.
You can get at Hcaulan's n suit ol good
Summer Underwear at 50c
A Utile bct'er lor 80a. Good Mummer Ou' lug
ihlrts, 2io toll. Oilo catilau's and get the
new Century Urace tin bost Bummer Ilraie
in lliomarkot. At
Hcaulan's you can
get a good
SOFT HAT for 50c.
No moro bother
with hats that do
not fit, as Hcan
Ian has a new
&t StTetchsr for Shaping Hats
o fit thi bead. Only two dozen moro
5oneo'.twear loft. Jcaulan wlP s -Ilyou
cheap hats and caps, latest styloi and
oolors. Cheap Overalls aud Whlto
shirts. x9 Sotitti Main St.
Attention, House Gleaners !
Tliejwnrra weather In her, nnd limtPiVclen'iliiR Is the next tiling In order.
Aud nt such times liiost everybody needs something to brighten
up the homo, so If you ns-'d a g lod c.rpet of either
Veuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussef,
TWO OR TIIRKE-PLY INGRAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS
You can find a full assortment at PRICE'S,
Window Shades, Floor nnd Talile Oilcloths nnd'Ijlnoleums of all grades.
Prices cannot be beaten when quality is considered.
No misrepresentation one price to all.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
PRICES AT "THE FAMOUS!'
Men's all-wool Cheviot Stilts $S.OO
" " Worsted Suits 10.00
Boys' " " " 7.5P
" " Cheviot Suits 5.50
And everything else In our line you
We sell the best 60c Douiet
" Tailoring n
No. 11 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages nnd Bonds written.
juarnage licenses ana legal claims
promptly atteuded to.
Real Estate, Collodion and Insurance Agency
General Fire Insurance Business, Iiepresents
the Northwestern l.lto Insurance Co.
OfFicE-MuldoouV bulldtuer. corner Contre
and West H'.s., Whcnomloali, 1'a.
Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale,
1. A two Btory double frame dwelling house,
sioronud restaurant, on Kast Oontre Bt.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on East Centre
U. Desirable property on corner C-mtre and
jaruin streets, suuauie ior uusiuess pur
IKises. 1 A two story double Irama dwelling, on
We,t I.lovd street.
5. Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cen
6. Two 2 story dwelling! on the corner ol
Conl and Chestnut streets More room In
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street with a largo warehouse at tho rear.
8. Three two-story double frame buildings
corner of liloyd and Gilbert streets.
Is located at
No. 14 Norih White Street.
Having han his gallery greatly Improved, he
I. imtvutuiur luepurru nt. ever 10 meet
the wants of the pub": in ire photo
graphic lino. Tub im-.iv olo
graphs at lowest rti'u-.
Crayon Work a Specialty.
TrucR, Fine Groceries,
Delaware roe shad and other fresh fish right
from the boats ou Fridays. Fresh
Greens from the South.
Evanls Buildinf, E. Centre St.
(J. 8. milla m' old ttand)
Everything new and (resh. Goods delivered
to any part of town,
II. C. KNIGHT & SON.
Ibambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary llneot
Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty of
Nelllo Bly anil Mary Anderson Capa,
a BAST OHNTRH ST.
Children's Suits fl upwards
Knee l'ants ,.20o "
Sateen Shirts COa "
Men's shifting sblrts Too "
Dest necktie in town 25o
will find down to tholowest prices.
Shirt In town. Merchant
first National Bank,
A. W. Leisenring, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenring, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST Ufi
I'll Ul on Huvliigu McpoHltH. J"-
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Mas teller's old stand,)
Corner Conl nud JaiUniits.
ilr. Snyder will always keep tn stock a flno
line of booti and shoes.
Custom Worlt and Repairing
done In tho best style. Ho guarantees to sell
cheaper thn competitors on Main stroet who
have big rents to pay, aud guarantees a genu
lue bargain on every purchase.
SO East Centre Street, SltlSXAXnoAir.
Bread, Cukes, Ico Cream and Coofedionery !
Off AU KINDS.
Oloisod. on .3xxixclfvyts.
Q. M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PirSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Orrloe-2. 'West IJoyd Btreet, Hhenandoah