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All kinds nf potted meiils, llsli,
entitled frooil", "VBturB, lobsturn,
crnbg, Kumlnn cuvliir, fresh Bjilccd
oysters, fliioat fmiokd linms, bo
lognns und xttiokori liepf, York slnto
full cromn cheee,KiiMHtlinl,Swls,
Kdnm, Bntisiwo nnd LltnlmrKi'i'.
Fine iiftsortinvnl of cukes mid IiIb
ctilts. O. mid 15. plrkloa of nil
kinds. l'ialtles by tliudn.cn, You
will Hud Just wlint you want.
Cor. Centre and White Streets,
The Evening Herald.
AU Tlin NKWS FOIt ONR C11NT.
11m u larger clrrtilntlun In Shenandoah tbnn
any other paper published. Cltou
Utlon book, open lo nil.
Hay fever time.
The kite season.
Snake aro plenty 'tis siid.
A Rood tlmo to visit the oountry.
Moth ihun oarpets swept with salt.
The bade button fai tooms to have spent
The preserving and oarmiiifr season loc
the housewife billy.
Aftor-ainner coilYo is now swoetened with
The new iwoiit pota'o, of dlmlnutlvesiiw.
ha put In it appearance.
If you never onrry rovolvor you will
never ehoot anybody nccidi'titly.
Some of the costumes of the summer girl
remind ouo "of the peaoh crop. It is u case
of the yellows.
A fala alarm of flro last evening brouxht
out the Are department.
State Treasurer Ujyer will now pay tho
WANT TO LYNCH
iinllfl Oorciino's JHiuilnror In
Hzlktoh, Pii., July 80. When Giu
seppe lie Comnli, accused of the murder
of Katie Oorxauo, stepped of the train nt
tho depot he mv u crowd of excited peo
ple that blocked up tho platform and
oxtmided ncros the street.
When the crowd cnuu;ht sight of hlin
they inadu u rush nnd crieH of "Lyuch
hlml" were henrd.
Tho ofilouru who hud him In charso
were pushed ngulust tbo car with their
prisoner, nud nil tho oroivd wanted o
carry out their purpose w.ih a leader.
Tlie pollen after considerable difficulty
succeeded In pushing thelmvay through
and hurried Uonnill Into ouo of tho up
per rooms or tho depot, where ho wus
given a hearing. The evidence against
him Is mainly ciicutustuiitlul. lie was
held In $1,000 ball.
Whon tho news of Coranll'a capturo
roached Latltnur, tho homo of tho mur
dered girl, tho Italians threatonod to
come to Iliizloton and lmck him to
pieces. The mlno ofllciiils succeeded In
William Dennis and Salvntoro D. Sau-
doln. two prominent Italians, asked tho
pollco to surrender Coniall to a society
composed of Itillans, of which they are
tho principal officers. They said that the
Bocloty was determined to haug Comali
ns a wamlnu to other lawless Italians,
and . If necessary they would go tho
Wllkosbnrro and take him out of court
and do It.
CAPT. ARMES PARDONED.
Iiiaulti'il Gar, Huavoi- During too In-
ansuriilloii nf I'ri lilont lliirrlsuu.
Gape May. N. J.. July 80. Tho Presi
dent has pardoned dipt. Qeorue J.
Armos, U. S. A., undor sentonco of court-
martial for conduct unbecoming an offi
cer and cenorul. Tho ollouso was com
mitted during tho Inauguration of Presi
Capt. Armes bad somo difficulty with
the Pennsylvania troops. Ho afterwards
met Gov. lleaver In his hotel and publlo-
ly Insulted him. Court-martini seutonced
blm to be dismissed from tho service,
Tho President commuted the sentence so
f nr as to require Arnica to conllno him
self within nu area ot GO miles of Wash
ington, D. O.
MIlea' Norvo and Liver Pills
Act on a
new principle regulating the I the wrathful customer, as sho looked a faro
;!ery".rt feW Miles-' "Wfft "SpSSfiy well suspicion at tho unfortunate druggi.t.
A iipw rtlficiivcrv
ouio blllousuens, had taste, torpid liver, pilot,
constipation, unuiuainu ior raun, wviubi,
Mhlwlrnti. Stmalftu mllJAflt.slll-MLI fildOMM.
Kcts, Haniples Kre, at O. 11. HtttfenbucUV
Best work done ut Brennan's steam
laundry. Everything whito and epotlesg.
Lace curtains siieclalty. All work guar
It don't do to neglect nature's warning
aches through the system, oonso Kbcumo
U.in, Neuralgia and lkekucho. Try ltl Flag
Oil, the Famous l'aln Oure. 33ceulsat Klr-
Un's drug store.
WALL PAPER !
A GAKIIAD JUST AHHIVKD AT
Blanks...., , 5o
Embossed 12 l-2c
Windov Shiiilofl, spring rollors..25c
Curtain Poles : 25c
22 East Centre St, Shcnanooah,blX
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
Star of Ik'thluhem LihIkm, A. 1'. A., will
celebrate their annivorsary In Columbia
I'ark, TWday, August Bth. Mombersof
the orstshizslion nnd friends lira Invited.
Tho festival and entertainment Riven In
Robbins' opera home, lat Hvonini?, by
Silver Wnvo Uaslle, A. 0 K. of M. 0.,
win, n iucoe both in nltomlanco and
financially. All who participated unj 'ycd
Completed to Doadwood.
Tbo Burlington Uouto, 0., 11. '& Q. It. It.,
roio (Jbloago, 1'enrla and St. Ijouis, is now
ompletod, and dally passenger trains ' are
tinning through Lincoln, Nob., and
t'uster, S. I)., to Doadwood. Also to New
castle, Wyoming Sleeping cars to Dod
Aug 5. Ico cream fontlval, under tho
ampioes of tho "Y's," iu Itobbins' opera
Aug. 18. Ico cream and peach festival,
in-KobbinV opera house, uiderthotiuspices
of Uanip JNo. 1S8, I', u. a. oi A.
Twelve cars, with evi'ry seat tilled and
many standing, took tho several Sunday
schools between Shenandoah and Jlnhnnoy
Plane to Lakesido yosterday. Kivo moro
ar lnads came Irotn Kinctown and tbo
UatawistH Valloy. At noon many more,
who failed to get olf on tho morning train,
joined the picniokers. Tho day was do-
linktful, every ono had a plpaiant ttmo aim
nothing occurred to mar tie plensuroa of
Sam" Hollopetor gets olf tho following
story as part of tho examination ho went
through befuro ha was admitted totha Bar;
Tho oldest member of tho examining
committee interrogated him :
Are you familiar with any game of
Don't you know how tu play any ganio
of cards ?"
'Surely you understand euchre ?"
'Never hoard of it before."
'It mn'tbo poBslblo you nevor indulged
in n gamo of poker?1
"Yes, sir, it can. I -am a mom her of the
church and don't know ono card from an,
"Woll (aftor a long pnueo of astonish
mem), young man, wo 11 givo you a license,
but how In tho world you're going to make
a living for tho first two or threo years alter
you Hart to practicing law is a mystery to
Sho "Wouldn't Shako,
A woman wont into Charley llagon-
buch's drugstore tho other ovening to have
a pro cription filled. Charley compounded
tho dings, and as ho handed tho bottlo to
his customer, ho said, pleasantly :
Hire's your prescription, ma'am
I'll do nothing of tho kind," snspped
tho wi-man, "and I think you'vo a good
doal of impudonco to ask nu to."
"Yi u don't undorstaud," exclaimed the
druggist; "I mean thit when jou talco the
prescription you must shako."
I won't tako tho proscription H It's
going to make mo shako," objected tho
Good heavens, woman, it's tho bottlo
you aro to shako," shrlokod tho druggiFl.
What good will It do mo," she queried
Ho means," said Ed. Vurman, Char
ley's assistant, coming to tho roscuo, "that
tho mixture in tho bottlo should bo well
khakon before taken."
"Woll, couldn't ho bavo laid so?" B9ko
Au O.d l'trcuiuni Jlcail.
Nnwiiunan. N. Y., July 'Ai. William
0. Lnwsou, prukideut ot tin Statu Asso'
olntion Order of Fiivincn, died during
tho afternoon, after a long llluees. He
was 00 years old.
Many Itulldlngs MlrimU by I.IkIiIuIhc,
Haltimohb, Md., July 110. -Lightning
struck a. unmoor of buildlugs in tho
neighborhood Of Calvert, Ueell County,
among them William Brown's flour mill
which was burned with its oontents.
Mr, Mills at I'Kihibltlnu 1'arlc.
New Youk. July 80. Hon. Hogor Q,
Mills, of Texas, addressed about 3,000
neoDlo in the auditorium at Prohibition
Park, Stoten Island, last night. His tab'
Ject was "Damooratlc Creodu."
What a Prominent Physlolan and
Ohomist saya After Analysis
and Practical Toat.
Dr. J. Ijjttm, formerly 0 Jlellevue Jlomltal
Meilieat Ooltegt unit Jsinu J$ttmd Oillroe
tptaKt in iouows 1
NKW Youk, iJctolier 26, 1800,
Alvas Jirailllan Hpeolflo Co., 0 WnlWtr.et.
-dents : Tho s mine of your Cactus Illood
I Cute, which I bought for analysis, 1 have
subjected to a very thorough. iet, and nan
Innu iiotu single irucoui uuiicrHiuriuvruur ai
pretiarullou In It whatever; aid, nslliave
had consliierablo ntperleuca lu llscouaitu.
I tlonal ellVct lu certain diseases already
gnowu Ui you, 1 oonsiaer u me saiesi, uua
U, J, MniiU. I U U I'.
HiIrl nf KirlftVa lirtlir Ht1.i-0.Ker1llBOn liOUB6
I Ulock, tthenandoab.
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
LIVED OVER A CENTURY.
; rim dim Uioolt., l Itltctilgnn, In Ovrf
105 YunrH Old,
John lirooks, of Wnldron, Mich.,
recently celebrated tho 105th nnniver
wry of his birth.
Sir. Urooks was
born nt Hancock.
N. H., June 17,
1780. Ho Is thought
lo bo of Sotch
Irish descent, al
though his ances
try 1ms not been
boyoud New Kn
plund. Tho Aral
John urooks. of his life were
spent with his fntheron the farm, it'--education
was only such ns'tlio nvorn;-o
farmer boy of Hint day received a few
months in winter nt the loff soh'i'il
bouse. His pardntswere strictly Chris
tian, nnd ho wa tralhod in all the
rigidity of the Puritan doctrine. To
bacco lie never used in any form an 1
an oath was never heard to escape nis
lips. The worst language be remem
bers usinfr was when bo charged a co.v
with being possessed with the devil,
and lie lws always regroted that he did
not fipeak elf her Instead ns a bad euw,
which ho thinks would have answered
just ns well. v
Shortlv before the war of 1812 Mr.
lirooks left tho farm-and at Uio village
of Jlllford in tho smno State, engnped
as an npprontice in the blackhinitb
shoii of an older brother. ear the
close of the war bis brother was draft
ed, and to obey the summons must
leave a dependent fnmily. Young
lirooks who was still single, promptly
offered to go ns substitute. Enlisting,
be served for threo months in the capa
city of cook, and the war having closed
was honorably discharged. lie has
forgotten his company and the number
of his reL'imeut. but remembers Col.
John Steele ns tho commander. IIo re
turned to Hancock, whero two years
later he was united in marriago to Miss
Deldamia lirooks, of that village. The
venerable wife died in 1809. From this
union came nine children, flvo of whom,
three feons and two daughters, aro now
living; John at Mekley's Cor
ners, 'William at Iteed City,
James at Walaron, Deidnmla at Jack
son, nnd Charlotte at Harrison. Soon
after his marriage Urooks emigrated to
Unndilla, N. Y. There, after a few
years at farming, he resolved to come
still farther west, and again fixing up
Ids emigrant wagon pushed out. He
was headed for northern Ohio or south
ern Michigan, but meeting ntCattnrau
gus n returning party from tho west ho
was so discouraged by their report of
the country that he settled ut Cnttarau
rnis nnd remained for twenty years,
whilo in a sawmill. la 1843 he put into
execution his resolvo to come lo iUioni
gan, settling in I'Htsford township,
whore ho worked n farm for twenty-
eight yenrs and then removed in 1871
to the homestead in n rignt lownsuip,
whore ho now resides with his son
.1 nines. Five years ago his 100th birth
day was publicly celebrated in a grovo
near his home, whero thero were over
4,000 people assembled in honor oi tno
occasion. Throe brass bands, several
U.A.lt. posts, and various other organi
zations were in attendance.
Waters' "Weiss boor is th
Hitilly solo agotit.
Subject to Democratlo ruloi.
JL.OR CONdTtTUrtOXAL CONVENTION
JamcH J. Ifraney.
FOR SXj3! !
Tha uniTarvlirtiad. dsalrlnir lo retire rr6m biiB-
InMN. will (lmni&n nf Irs ht-rflk: lit d.'V uonds.
groceries too., cheap. Purchaser can nlso cnt
the sure room i reasonable terms Tho
stand Is a good one and In Hie hands of a live
man can uoinaao pronuioie.
o-jo tf 100 Jortli Jarrtlu St.
M. S. SCHEIDER'S
South Main St., SlictinUont
Fresh Broad, Cakes and Pies.
GHAIIAM 1) It HAD A Bl'ECIALTY.
r A ttne line of Confectionery. Flue Ice
Cream Parlors attached.
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Cents' Furnishing Oootls
and makes a specialty of
Nellie Illy and, Mary Anderson Caps
e BAST OBNTRK SO?.
X taoMt Bun
WANTED For Hrennati't Steam
Laundry, a cood girl. Apply n' once.
A lady ugent to pell a
y f goot nrtfele among women.
'he IlKiiAbD ulnc
GIUTj WANTED.-A good ex
perlenei'd girl wanted fur general hounn
wrlc. No older need apply. Callnt Ukiiamj
ollloe KnNt O.nil slrect. 7.3 tf
DESIKABLE PEOPERTY FOH
sale. Oneof the most desirable proper
tins or. Weal Oak street, for sale cm reasonable
terms. Apply at llowse's grocery More, cor
ner Jardln and Oak streets. Shenandoah, Pa
E STRAYED To tho premises"
Odd IV Hows' O nieteiy, u dark brown
cjw. wnU high horns. 8111110 can bolmdtiy
proving property and lwylug lor this adver
tisement. 7-K 31
boy to learn the
Apply at Burkhxrt's
FOR REV!1 A good stablo In
Klist wird, xultarile for a lverv or 0
pin-potts. A oply to J. J. Itobbins, No. 130 N.
Ai uu Bireet, ueuauoo:n.
TT ARK CHANCE. Ten flOI
JLt of building and loon aswht'lon
tat sale At a siiTlflci". Inquire at D.wls' stea n
dye works, 11(1 lias' Centre street. 7-4 tf
KD-U mitlve reliable man
V, salary 370 to 98o monthly, with lr
creuso, to r 'presont lu his own spoiloa a re
munslhle Sew Yom II uso. References.
ANUFAcrnRKK, iocii Box 1585, New York.
"VrOTICE. After August 3, Reddall
Xt A Zlm.ii-rman w 11 withdraw thel- slnl-
Itou, 1LK1K (;OL .IN'H, J from tliesun,
toputln condition for fall lacing, fersons
Intirested should govern themst lyee swml.
ADMINISTRATO RS' NO riCE.
Fslatxol I nnlel Itumbel, deceased.
Letters of administration on ineeMaieor
Uitnlel llumbcl. late of Unlou township.
Hchuylklilcoanty. I'll , di'fioaso.t, tiave, beeu
gran.ed 10 Wldmm II. Rnmbui, residing a'
UlBgtowa, la., to wuoiu nn persons lnacuuu
tosaldcstatonrcreoueKtod to make payiuutt.
and iliofe avini claims or demands will
make known the mine without del-iy.
WILLI. lJI Ji UUAlHEiL,
Or to Administrator.
S O M Hoi.irETKH, Alt'y.
JUly till 11, lf-'Jl. 7-17-01
C-tllARlER 0,U-,E. Notice is
J hciohy given tbnt an application will
he made 'i tlm Oovoruor f Pennsylvania on
llielhllddy of August, ISO I, by J. M. Olle't,
Moses Mervlne, unrisuau HDcrie, nnnoii
Swoyer, 7, ictHi y T. Trout and J. 11. Hoelman.
unuer me aci 01 Assemmi kuuium t
to provide lor the Hioorporallo 1 aud legula
Hon of cenalu corpormlnus approvtd April
SO, 1871," nod the siippieiiien's ther to, for the
-h..rti.r nr nn lni.nndc.1 corncra. ion to be
culled "Fulton Waiei Company," the chanc
ier and objo.-t or wldcli is tho fuoniyliigot
water for the public nt the borough of Ulraid
vllK In the county of Helmyikill, and to per
sons, partnerships rud iisoclilons residing
thprcinMn mnvdniro the niimti. and for these
purpi'Si-s U have, possess and enjoy all tlie
rights, benetlts ana privileges ut said Act of
As-omuiy anqsuppieiriHiiiii -ucru.
.I. II. I'OMEKOY.BolIcltor.
aiKAKnvir.i.icJuly7. lbOl. V-7-td
W, S. SNYOER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Maslcller's old stand,)
Curlier Coal and JiiKlliiJHtH.
Mr. Bnvder will always keen In stock a Una
ine of boots aud siioes.
Custom Work autl Xtepnirlu jr
done In the best style. He guarantees to sell
cheaper th 11 compel Mow on 'lain street who
uavH nig reuis 10 pay, ti.m tfiarauices 11 geuu
ne bargain on every imrc'iase.
yj 7315 SflLE.'L5mw4
oTRAWPj-huw lUe way the wind blows, bnt
llii don't sho w iai. h.ird blows we have
been strlkingat str iw but prices. Home bats
are dear at any price; thes bate are cheap at
do.ible ihe money. If w hat ooveis jour head
Is not blooming to you, all the pains you take
as to the rest 01 yonr atllre aresltnply thrown
away, liomeand Low you win l okln
one of our 50a str iw lials There's no use In
giving my lurlhnr ilewirlpllon of them than
to hay this they ore stylish. We cut the
price dowa hcoiuw we want to rut our Mock
down. Aiipther big bargain In huts Is our 81
blactr suit' bats.
13 S. Main St. SOANLAN Sltenandoali
lirecn TfiicK, nno wocencs,
Delaware roe shd and oilier ftesb dsh right
iromtlie boawon i riuays. rrcsu
Oroeus from the Mouth.
Evan's Building;, E. Centre St.
, 13.8. ntlUa ' old itanift
Everytblnu now aud resh. Goods delivered
to any pirt of towu.
R. O. KNIGHT & SON.
BVimpfc psjcpepm BBSMOffigna wmMa
Attention, House Cleaners !
I'howurm wenther Is here, nnd liouse-clea 'Ing Is tho noxt thins: In order.
Auduttmch times most everybody needs something to brighten
up the home, so If yon need a p; tod 0 irpet of either
Veuet, Moqueit, Body or Tapestry Brusse, '
TWO OR 'A,I3ItIiSi.PI,V INGRAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS
You cun find a full Assortment nt PRICE'S,
Lace Curtail, Curtail. Pules of all Kinds
Window Shades, Floor aud Table 0...:'.otlii rurl Linoleums of nil grades.
Prices cannot be beaten when nuauty is cou-ddered.
Ko misrepresentation oue ptlce to nil.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
We menu it In every sense of the word. Wo oiler you good all-wool
mills for less than their value. Our light goods jiusT-go, regardless of
cost; so If you want to purchase n Men's All-wool Cheviot Suit for
$6.50 call on us.
, Furnishing goods also to be had at lower prices than you will Und
them elsewhere'.' Wo make 110 boasts merely for advertisement, but
what wo advertise we will do.
Calli'aud oxnmluu our bargains before purchasing and you will not
TI "FAMOUS" ONE-PRICE 'CLOTHIER,
1.1 N. Main Street, Mienamloah.
A. J. GALLAGHEE,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages.nnd Bonds written.
Marriage licenses and legnl claims
piomptly attended to.
Real Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
General Flro Insurance Business. Iteprosents
lae iNorinweiicr a i.ue insurance so.
OrFicE-Muldoou'sbiilldlne, corner Centre
nd weot sis., Hhenandoau, l'u.
Cood Properties of All Kim 1 For Sale.
1. A two story double frame dwelling house
storeaud rehtaurant. on Ehsi i;eniro St.
2. A dwehlng aud restauraulou East Centre
0. Ileslrablo property on corner Centre and
juram streeis, suuaoie tor business pur
noses. 1. A two story double Irame dwelling, on
Wet I.lovu siren.
Two2-blory irame dwolllugs on West Cen
0. Two SBtory dwellings on the corner of
fVuil ftnrl rfholnut. cIipaIb Klnrn room In
7, Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street wltn a large warehouse mine roar.
-Three two-itory double frame buildings
corner of Lloyd and DUbert streets.
Ko. 14 North White Street
Having han his gillery groatly Improved, be
is nowueiier preparoa inauever loinoei
thewauts of the pub in tno photo,
gruphlo line. Tliu oesi iLoto
graphs ut lorekt rlw.
Crayon Work a Spooialty.
Ice Cream Festival
Undsr the auspices of tbo
110BB1XS' OPERA HOUSE, SHENANDOAH, Pi.,
Wednesday, Aug. 5, '91.
Good for a plate of cream.
Hi) East Cfulro Street, 81Il!NJ.XlOAll.
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Confectionery!
-Oir AM, KISD3,-
New Saloon and Restaurant I
Newly Painted, Papered and Recovaltd.
No. 115 EAST CUNTRE HTJREK.T,
Th.-eo doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. llaskey would ln'orm his many friends
and the public that he will cater tu their wants
In tho same llrsi-class stylo that he has done
In the past. None butlbe best brands of for
eign and domestic wine", liquors and cigars
will be kept In slock, Cbolce tempeianco
urinuB. r lue oiu biock aie.
The online bar Is supplied with everything
In the outlnj lino served In tho best style.
Meals Bervtd at &U hours. Fine Drlvato rooms
The "NEV BROADWAY1 BAHGE
It beats everything lu the market, and tho
isjust right to Milt tbo times,
It will pay you to come
auu see iu
I am prepared to do the following at the
Tin rooting 60 per footand up
Tin roor panning ., " "
Tin conductor ..12o "
Tin hanging gutter 120 " "
Galvanized cblmuey stack 20o per pound
impairs ior nu stoves a specialty.
TO. K. PRATT,
7-6-3m . 331 S. Jardln St., Shenandil
LEATHER and SHOE FlfiOISHS'
DP. J". CXiB-A.DEf2-3
Dealer1 In all kinds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
largoarfd first-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W, CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House bullc?lnj, SHENANDOAH, PA.
The Cheapest Place !
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hosiery, Etc ,
CHARLES : YAROWSKY'S,
23 West Centre Ht,, Shenandoah.
Q. M, HAMILTON, M, D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURQE0H,
23 West Lloyd Btreet, Bhenandoi