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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All kinds of potted meats, Hah,
canned goods, oysters, lobsters,
crnbs, Km slim cavlnr, fresh spiced
oysters, finest smoked hams, bo
lognas und smoked beef, York sttito
full cream clieoBC,lninntlial, Swiss,
Edam, Sapsaao und Llmburger.
Flno assortment of cakes and bis
cuits. G. nnd 11. pickles of nil
kinds. Vickies by the doz- n. You
will llnd Just what you want.
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
AM. Till: NBW'S FOll ONH CUNT.
line a larger circulation In Shenandoah than
any other piper published. Circu
lation hook open to nil.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET!
Judge Hon. D. 11. Oreen.
Sh eriffJSenja min Smith.
Jury Commissioner MaJ '. William
J'oor Director Qeorgc llcffncr.
Delegates to the Constitutional Con
vention, 30th District Joseph 11,
1'omeroy, John J. Coylc.
The flannel shirt is not so much warm
tills season as leforo.
Tbls is tbo soason wlion groat caro of tlio
baby Is reqjlred.
In two months the foliago of autumn
will bo showing its brilliant tints.
Tho tinner uro up to their olbows in
making tin cans for tho preserving season
This is glorious (Ny-.it-homo wriatlier,
but it is nono tho loss pleasant vacation
Obsorvanco of tho simplo lows of health
during this month will prevent much
Thero are people who droia their bodies
in the highest of fashion and lot their
minds go in rags.
When tho peoplo now at our so-called
FUmiuor rosorts get bick homo, how thoy
will appreciate homo comforts.
Attention is callod to tho advertisement
boadod "I'roposila" in nnother part of to
Tho Lakosldo EiBtoddfod.
The band oontast, at tho grand open-air
oistoddfod to bo held at Likosk'o on Aug.
JC.li, will takeplaco in tho morning. This
will enable the business men of Shenandoah
end othor place who are desirous of being
prosont at tho contest to loavo Lakeside at
noon to transact their buslnoas in tho after
noon. Tho gold modals for tho successful band
and choir loaders havo boon ordorod by tho
committee and will bo recoivod next week.
Thoy will bo of exquisite dosign.
The Alauch Chunk, Coal Dale, Lansford
and Summit Hill peoplo havu mado ar
rangement for special rates and trains and
assure the coniiuittilo that their excur
eionists will number nt loast 300.
Tho committee has its railway airango-
ments for tho peoplo of Shenandoah, Ash
land. Girardvillo und vicinities coruploloJ.
Tho admission to the oistoddfod and faro
to ilia grounds nnd return, will bo but 70
Chief llurgess Loasig lait night recoived
tho following telegram from his brother,
$. F. Luwlg, of Schuylkill Havcf?
"Mack maro stolon last night. Sixioon
bands high and Ave years old, with white
star on forehead, two wbito hind legs, scar
on left hind log." No traco of tho horio
has boon found in this section so far.
Arrostod tit Willlamsport.
Thomas Bowers, of town, Joseph Grady,
of Philadelphia, and W. II. Lao, of Wil
liamsport, wero arrostod at tho latter placo
yesterday, oharged with tho larceny of a
coat. Bowers was afterward acquitted of
the charge, hut was sont to jil for illegal
car riding in default of ?SO0 baU.
Best work dono at Bronnan's stoam
lnundry. Everything whito and spotlets.
Iiaco curtains a spooialty. All wo'k guar
anteed. Excollont Instrument For Salo.
A lint class German piano importod by
l'rot. Z9ltz can be had cheap for cash on
account of the professor's Impending do-
ymrturo for Germany. Tho instrument
tiny bo seen and information concerning it
may bo had upon application to Homy
"Wiederhold, !i8 Kait Centre street. 8-G-lw
WALL PAPER !
A OAKLOAD JUST AMUVUD AT
Embossed 12 l-2o
Window Shades, spring rollers..25e
Curtain rolos 25o
22 East Centre St., Shenanooah
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
. ... .
HUM CITY, 11
AROUND AND ABOUT.
THE MAN WITH A CATARACT F.YK.
The Btage from Virginia City to Gnl.
latin, Mont., had been "hold ui" bo
often Hint tho lioraes seemed to know
just where to halt und how long to
wult. The road-agents worked In pairs
as a rule, but noincllin.es tliero wero
three or four lu a bunch. Thoro woro
llvo of us on the trip I urn telling about.
Fotirof us wero pretty well acquainted;
the 11 ft 1 man no onu knew. He was
not only a mean-looking man in a
general way, but ho had a cataract
covering his eutlro left eye and bllud
lug It, and this gave him a gruesome
appearance. We luticed the Captain
who wasstalioued at Fort 13111s, look
ing at him long und sharply, and with
a troubled expiosslon of face, and when
opportunity offered he said to us:
"Hoys, I'm tatislled that this stranger
is a louu-agent, anu wnen uio proper
lime arrive he'll show his liuud.
Noiie of you need bother with him.
J n case ol attack leave mm to me."
So muuy road-ugonts had been killed
oil' that llit fctirvlvor.-) begun to get a
little shy, und so sprung tu w tricks ou
tbo btage. We had it figured oiu
pretty straight on the citaiuot man,
though hu couldii'thavu hud u susplo.
Ion of it. lie and the Captain sat
opposite, und the two never spoke 10
eacn otneraiiinaiuay. .Along towaras
fciiiid-ywu I noticed that the Captain's
face was pale, and now and then he
Beomul to catch for breath, but I laid
It tohlsnot being In ruggedhealth. It
was auout ns.lt an noiir to suutlown
when wo passed "Keel Chalk Ulull"
and stiuck tho roughest spot of the
whole route. Then the Captain coolly
Dulli-d his revolver aud covered tho
cataract man and &ald:
"If you stir a linger I'll kill your
Boys, leuvo him to me and attend to
Hie otnersl '
It wan'l two minutes before there
was a hall, and llmstgentopped. Then
the voice of a man who stood half coii
ceultd behind u rock on tho right hand
side called out:
Now. then, everybody come ilown
und hold up his bunds! It is no .ut,e
KlcKlm:. gouts, wcry too many ior
me uaptain, wuosenice wubus wiuiu
as a sheet, aud whoso eyes snapptd
Willi excitement, still Kept, ms mun
covered as ho called out to the other:
"If you lire I'll kill your partner!
"Shoot the driver, Tom!" yelled the
cataract man, as he dropped tothelloor
and reached for Ms guu.
Thero were two reports, cue wiiuoiii
and one within. Tho Captain hud
killed tho cataract man stone deau,
wlillo the outlaw had Urod at the driver
aud missed. Heran away as we leaped
down aud tho whole thlug was over
in hulf a minute. The dead man was
hauled out hud laid on his back and
searched. Nothing of value was fouud
except hU pistols and knife, IVo nail
eomiiioleu mo searen wnen it was
noticed that the Captain mil on a roi-k
ten feetawa.v with hisfiicelit hishauds.
"He got worked up too high," ob
served one of tho men In explanation.
"Here, Captain, havo a nip of this.
That cush thought he had dodgtd
vou when he tumbled, but you boied
him beautifully. Can't Hud anything
with his mime on."
"1 know It!" whispered the Captain.,
as he cumoauu stoou over tlio uouy,
"You do! Why, who tho devil was
"Mv own brother!"
It was a mouth later before I Icarnod
all tho particulars. That reuegado
wan trulv tho Captain's brother, wuo
mid disappeared from home und the
sight of relatives years before. Aye!
mat very caiuracioi ineuye wuscuustu
by an injury accidentally liiincieu uy
tlie (Jantain litmsell in uoynoou days
I do not think the recognition was
mutual. Tho outlaw had grouped us
all us strungers, aud he had planned to
bo among us when tho stage was
slopped aud to be ready to kill the flist
man iliac resisted. 1110 vjupiuiu, How
ever, whoso nercontion was keener,
knew forlorn: hours who satin front
ofhlm.aud when I remember how
Wlillo und stern ins iuco grew as uie
dav nassed uwav and now tie would
Boinetlmos catch for breath, I realize
what a Btruet'le he must havo hud
with himself aud marvel tnat lie liud
the nerve to carry It to tho end. He
walked away as wo gave the uouy a
rough and hasty burial. When we
took our places in the coach again he
was crying line a ennu.
Tho white wlfo of Red Evo. a lum-
nbaorblui! Indian chief, la HUlm; for (It
vorco. HUo weaw a uiaeK eye given
her by her bibulous "Lo," who was full
or "lieu isye,"
Kentucky issald to have an over-supply
of whiskey amounting to 40,000,000
gallons. Thero Is something wrong
Bomewhero. Either t lie whlskeyBtatls
tlcs uro crooked or Kentucky's popula
tion la not what it used to be as regards
both mi rubers aud habits.
For presents to distribute In Englaud
Emperor William carried a large iron
safe tilled with snult boxes, ciuarette
cases, plus and dugs; but, largo as his
stoou was, ne mill 10 uuy Heverai inou
Fund pounds' worth In addition lu Lou
don. Michigan has a now paper callod The
Clear. The publishers hope it will
Ona nf Hannibal Hamlin's early
habits was to never to lot n letter go
unanswered over night, hut can It bo
said of this great and good man that he
never carried around In his pockets for
several nlghN letters given him by
Mrs. Hamlin to post, und which ho
forgot to mall?
There Is no law governltig tho Bteps
of passengers getting ou or oil' railroad
traiuB. Why wouldn't It be u good
scheme to dictate ono, prescribing that
they all should get ou nt one end of the
car and get ollatthoother? Bumping,
pushing and walking ull over other
people's feet would then be avoided.
Mrs. Samuels, the mother of Jesso
James, the outlaw, has recelvedau oiler
from Chicago to exhibit their house, n
ono aud n-lialf story log structure, at
the World's Fair. Tho house was
built In 1831 and came into the posse
sion of the James family in 1811. It is
situated four miles east of Kearney, Mo.
Upstalis is a low lolt In which the
James boys used tohlde,'und the north
and east sides aro full of loopholes
from which they could Bhoot their
looks and feels exceeding bick,
looks as hearty as u brick;
sicnis so wcnli the end Is near,
teom an brisk as lager beer;
walks with pain acres? the floor,
walktt eHCh (lav (limit? inn uhm-p:
Bla'uo ( hliows dwease has come by stealtu;
biiuhs uu uvjuuuue ui ncatiii.
Is fast l;Rlug strength and vim,
Is most sound lu wind aud llinb;
will soon re.t beuialli tho turf,
will rilnn.o often In the Mirf:
calmy waits amirojchluir do im.
v.u;wmiy views uis jaiesi uooni.
Burlington Route Only
Night on the Road.
Leave Chicnrro at 1:00 p. m.. or St.
Louis ut 8:25 a. m., and arrlvo in Den
ver 0:15 n. m. tho next day. Through
Sleepers, Chair Cars and Dining Cars.
ah railways irom tne juist connect
with these trains and. with Mmilur
trains via linrlington Boute to Den
ver, leaving Chicago at 0:10 p. m., St.
Louis at 8:15 p. m., and Peoria at 3:20
m. aud 8:00 p. m. All trains daily.
Tourist tickets are now ou sale, and
can bo bad or ticket agents of all
roads aud at Burlington Itoute depots
n Chicago, 1'eorla nnd St. Louis.
There is no bettor nlaco than Colo
rado for those seeking rest and
pleasure. 7-4 tf
Waters' Weiss beer is tho best. John A
It eilly sole agent. 6-5-t
first National Bank,
W. Loisennng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisennnq, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Daily From 9 to 3.
3 PER GENT. INTEREST
Pnlilou BnvliiiTM I)?itoBltg.
Ann ooinq to
MlHHoiirl, iCniisoH, ArlcniiHan
Tcxuh, Neliriihlcii, I.oulHlimu
Culnrmlo, Utiili, Cniiioruln
New Mexico or Arizona,
and will rend me a postal ond
or letter stating
Where you are going,
When you are going,
Where you will start from,
ITow many there aro In your party,
What freight aud baggage you have,
I will write you or call at your home and
furnish you with thefullost Information
regarding routes, lowest rates of all
classes, betides maps, descriptive and It
lustraled land pamphlets, reeort books,
Hot Springs guides, eto.
Cheap Farming Lands in Missouri, Arknu
sas, ivausuH uuu ivxtui.
J. P. McUANN, Eaitern Trav. Agf.,
W. E. HOYT,
G. E. P. Agt., 891 B road way ,New York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
una bm BBmcmnutk
as&m iD&a KuAra amooa W
PUOPOdALS. - Sealed proposals
will be received by the unrtors'irrjea' com
nilltee until H p. m. Amiust 12, 1891, for mov
lngtho twoitory frame house now (situated on
tho corner of Cherry andjardln street?. Tbo
owners re3rvo the right to reject any or all
bids. For further partlcnlirs call ou
. J. 8KBIT0LSKAS,
8h(nandoah, Pa. 8 7 6t
WANTED For Breunan'e Steam
Laundry, a good girl. Apply at once.
TfOIl 1113 N'T.'
JL' conlnlnliiL' six
A dwelliue house
room?. Apply to II. C.
Kulgbt,33 East Centre s rcct.
WANTED. A eood ox-
VJpoilenoilglrl wanted for general house-
Call at IIEUAI.I)
nlllpA. 1-tRt. f.nn utrnnl.
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of the most desirable proper
ties on Went Oak street, for sale on reasonable
tfiram. Apply at Howso's grocery htore, cor
ner Jardlu aud Oak streets. Shenandoah, Pa.
AGENT WANTED. Free pre
paid outfit to energello men. Several o!
our h ilemen have earned from $70toS100a
week lor years pail. 1". O. Uox 1371, Now
York, 6 fl-lw
T?0R RENT A good stable lu tho
JL First ward, suitable for a .lvery or other
Apply to J, J. Hobblns, No. 130 N.
llatn street, Shenandoah.
T ARK CHANCE. Ten flOl
JLV of bulldlnaf aud loan nssoclitllon
for Kile at a sacrifice. Inquire at Davis' steam
dye woikB, 110 East Centre street. 7 a tf
npV'PE WRITING. A young lady,
JL a graduate, wmte work rft typo writing,
call at llEKAi.D olllce. or address Herald
Shenandoah, l'a, g 1 11
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale cheap, it being on corner of Coal
ml Emerick stroets. It is suitable for mnny
purposes. Apply to No. a jarmn hu sail
tttaN l'I3l-An active reliable man
VV salary hto to 8o monthly, with In
crease, to r'-pre'ient iu his own section a re-
tonsime new rorn iiouse, j-teierences.
ANDFAOTOKEB, Lioca; Box 15S5, New Vork.
Estate ol Panlel Uumbel, deceased.
Ijeners or aaminisirution on tneestaioor
Daniel Ilumlief. late of Union township.
Schuylkill county, l'a., deceased, nave been
grauieu 10 tviuiaui ii. iiuiiinei, reiming u1
KlntFtown, Pa., to w ioiu all persons Indebted
to said estatoare rtquesiod 10 make paymoLt,
ni 111050 avjn eianni or ucmnnas win
inke known llio same wltliout delay.
WIL.1.I V31 11. RUJinBLi,
a Jt HOLIJJI'KTKR. Att'y.
July 18.H, 1801.
BKAIjKD PUOl'OSALS will be received at
the Architect's olllce l'uttsvllle, until Sp. m.,
August 1", 1S91, ror the erection of n frame
church for the Greek C.Uhollo congregation of
Plans and Koec flcHlons lo he seen at the
house of (1. Z Smith, 803 West Contre street,
and Architect's oflloe. All proposals to be
mnrlied on envelope.'
The ownirs leserve the right torelectany
or all bids. W. I). HILL, Architect.
8-i-at l'otlsvuie, pa.
Subject to Democratio rnlei.
ITIOIt CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
Jaiiics J. Francy.
Subject to Democratic rules.
Deslrlnir to d!snoe of my entire stock: of
goods, In order to vacate the stoi e-room for
other purposes. Iwlll sell the remaining stock
ugrenuy renneed prices, inese gooas muti
be sold within ah lion time, and 11 will benefit
you 10 inspect mo same.
T. . DAVIS,
810 if 100 ivortii jarum i.
'3 P'fUSflLiyLSrww 5i
OTIIAW8 tlmw Iho wny the wind blows, but
thoy don't show what hard blows we liave
been striking at straw hut prloes. Borne hats
are dear at any price; these hats are cheap at
double the money. If what covers your hoad
lanotheooinlug to you, all the palus you take
as to the revt ol your attire are simply thrown
away. Oomeaud see howyoirwlll Jookl
one ol our 60u str-w Uais. There's no uso I
uivlugany lurthfrdesoriptlon ofthenitha'
to say I his they are sultsh. We cut tb
price down became wo wllnt to cut our stock
down. Auolher bltf bargain la hats 1 our tl
black stilt haU.
13 S, Main St, SOANLAN Sbenaadoah
Attention, House Cleaners 1
fhowarin weather Is hero, and house
And at Biich times most everybody needs something to brighten
up the home, bo If you need a gjod carpet of either
Veuei, Moquett, Body
TWO OR THIUil'.PI.Y INGXSAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS !
You can find a full assortment at PRICE'S,
ace Curtains, Curtain Poles of all Kinds
Window Shades, Floor aud Table Oilcloths and Linoleums of all grades.
Prices cannot be beaten when quality is considered.
No misrepresentation one price to all.
J, J. PRICE'S Old
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
We mean It In every Bense of the word. We oiler you gopd all-wool
Bulls for less than their value. Our light goods jiust go, regardless of
cost; so if you waut to purchase a Men's All-wool Cheviot Suit for
O0.6O call on us. -
Furnishing goods also to bo had at lower prices thau you will find
them elsewhere. Wo make no boasts merely for advertisement, but
what we advertise we will do.
Calljaud examine our bargains before purchasing and you will not
II "FAMOUS" mm CLOTHIER
7I If. Main Street, Shenandoah.
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgagee and Bonds written.
juarnage licenses ana legal claims
promptly attended lo.
cal Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
General Fire Insurance Business, Represents
the Northwestern Lire Insurance Co.
Office Muldoon's bnlldlutr. corner Centre
and West Bis,, Bhenandoah, l'a.
Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale,
, A two story doublo frame dwelling house
stoionnd restaurant, on East i lentre Bt.
, A dwelling and restaurant on Kast Centre
, De.lrable property on corner Centre and
Jar din streets, suitable tor business pur
poses, , A two story double frame dwolllng, on
Wet Llova street.
3. Two 2-story lrame dwellings on West Cen
8. Two 2 story dwelling? on the corner ol
i;oai ana unebiuut sireeis more room in
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street with a larce warehouse at the rear.
8. Three two-story double frame buildings
corner oi Ldoyaana uuoert streets.
The Leading Photographer,
NO. 14 n. WHITE ST.
The work ctbue ut this irallerv is fullv oaual
to that done at the larje galleries of Sxew
York and Philadelphia. Comparison Is In
vited between the specimens of his two nnd
hr.e dollar cabinets shown In his window
and the best of work done clewhere a. Ave
iva six dollars.
fjruo not climb long lllghu ol stairs to
airoolzeau enterprise run by ou' of town
aitloi when better work may be had of your
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraoidlnary line ol
Vats, Caps and Cents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot
Nellie Ely and Mary Auderson Caps
G EAST CUaisTTIlVl ST.
A furm. con tal nine uearlv 200 ncroo. sltunta
la Ulufttqwo. NiD0-roomo4 house, 0 horea
aud 1 colt, besides a low uead ol cat lie. etc,
8-5-lw 545 E. Centre St.
SO Eatt Centre Street, 8UEtfAXl)0AJI,
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Coafcctionery
r ALL KINDS.'
- cleanlnrr la the next thlncr In order.
or Tapestry Brusse,
New Saloon and Restaurant L
Newly Faiiiled, Papered and Renovate!
No. 115 EAST CENTRE 8THEET,
Thi'ee doors above Kendrick House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Haskev would lu'orm his manv friends
and the public that he will cater to their wants
u me same ursuciass siyie tnat no nas clone
athenast. None but the best brands nf fnr.
elgn and domestlo wines, liquors and cigars
will be kept In stock. Choice temperance
drinks, p'lno old stock ale.
xneoating ha' Hsupplied with everything
n the oatlnt line served In the besLstvle.
Meals seivedat all hours. Klna nrlvntAmima
The "HEW BROADWAY" BAHGE
It beat every thing In the market, and the
price ib just ngni 10 sniiitie limes.
It will pay you to come
I am prepared to do the following at the
Tin roofing e0 per foot and up
Tin roof painting io " "
Tin conduttor .......12o '
Tin hanging sutler .,12o " " v
uaivuuizea cuiraney slack wa per pouuor.a
Itepalra for all stoves a spsclalty. y
WM. B. PHATT,
7 6-3m 331 S. Jardln St.. Shenandoah
LEATHER and SHOE FIHGS
DP. J". OLE.A.IRrSrr,
Dealer In all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and 11 rst-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W, CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson Housebuilding, SHENANDOAH, PA.
The Cheapest Place !
Gfnls1 FnroisMng Goads, Hosiery, Etc,
CHARLES : YAROWSKY'S,
23 West Centre Bt,, Shenandoah,
Q M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
-26 West Lloyd Street, Bhenandoah