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NOW" OUST TLA-IF I
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All kinds of potted meats, fish,
canned goods, oysters, lobsters,
crabs, Rumlnn caviar, fresh splecd
oysters, finest smoked hams, bo
lognns mid smoked beef, York stato
full crcatn cheese,lSmnntlinl,Svis8,
Kdnm, Snpinuo and Llmburgcr.
Fine assortment of cakes and bis
cuits. Q. and H. pickles of all
kinds. Pickles by the dozen. You
will llnd Just what you want.
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
ALL Tltn NKW8 FOH ONI: CUNT.
Has a larger circulation In Shenandoah than
any other paper published. Circu
lation books open to nil.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET
Judge Hon. D. li. Qrccn.
Jury CommtselomrMql. William
Poor Director George Ileffncr.
Delegates to the Constitutional Con
vention, 30th District Joseph II,
I'omeroy, John J. Coyle.
'' Sultry days.
HoueowIvos aro busy proforvinR.
Summer Is rapidly elippInK away.
Not long now till school days again.
Thus far cantaloupes aro insipid in taste.
Keep off the railroad track unless you're
infido tho cars.
Its a raco between Iho apple and peach
dumpling for first placo.
A spoonful of horfo-radiah will keep a
l t of milk swcot for several days.
Tho wild cherry is ripening, and tho
robins and flickers aro accordingly happy,
Now is the tlmo to pay closo nttoutlon to
the collars, drains, alleys, etc., to provtnt
You cani'iUtHiu a' pack df best quality
playing cards by!senJing fifteen conts in
postage to P. S. Eustls, Oon'l Pass, Agt.,
J., O. &.Q.K. It. Chicago, III. tl
A National Event.
The holding of tho World' I'alr In a city
scateely 11 ty e.M old will be uremrkable
eve jf, bui whether It will really benefit this
nntlou hs much as the discovery ot tho
ItestoratlvoNenlne by l)r I-'runkllu M leu In
doubtful. This la Just what the American
people need to cure thrlr excewlvo nervous
l.ess, dyspepsia, headache, dizziness, Hleep
1 smioni, uiuralela, nervous debility, dullness,
contusion of mind, etc. It acta like n charm.
Trial bottles and tlno book ou "Nervous uud
ncartDUefes,"wllh iiuequal-d testimonial,
fr ot U. II. Hairenbi ctrs drill stoio. His
warranted to contain no ojnutn, morphine or
Denth nf h Colored Illiliop.
Philadelphia, Aug. 11. Bishop Jabci
P. Campbell, of tho Afrloau Methodist
Episcopal Church, died in tills city last
night In tho CStli year of his age. Bishop
Campbell was ordained a bishop In 180S,
and for the past four years has benn tho
bishop of North Carolina, Virginia and
Hnerptnry lllalun Out Calling,
Vxn IlAnnon, Me., Aug. 11. Secretary
Plalne, Mrs. Itlalno and Mrs. Damrosch,
made a call on Secretary Tracy on the
Dispatch. They were there noarly an
hour, after which Mr. Ulalno called upon
Johu 13. MoLuan of the Cincinnati En
quires. Uo lemalneJ with Mr. MoLenu
a long tlino.
Christian Worhnrs' Convoutiou.
BALTiaoni!. Md,, Aug. 11. The Brother
hood of Androw and Philip, an organiza
tion of Christian workers, composed prln
clpally of young men of the various
reformed churches throughout tho United
States and Canada, will hold their third
annual convention bore on September 28,
A Chinese llruie Arretted.
Nrw YoiiK, Aug. 11. Lang Chung,
Chinese laundrvmau. has been arrested
charged with assaulting 7-year-old Ellen
Mourimes, of a.U South Firm avenue, lie
Inveigled the girl into his lnundry and
thsn outraged her. h
Dtfluuornt to Confer.
New Youk, Aug. 11. Tho Executive
Committee of tho National Association of
DomocrUtlo Clubs will meet at the lloll
man House to-day. The Democratic State
Committee will meet nt the same pluoe
James HumkII Lowell ltcoovorlng.
Bobton. Aug. 11. Thongh there was
uo change last evenlug in the condition
ot James Russell Lowell, his phystolun
expresses hope ot a speedy recovery.
A OAHLOAD JUST AUUIVED AT
Embossed .....12 1
Window Shades, spring rollors..25o
Curtain Poles '25o
22 East Centre St., Shenano oah
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
Struck by an Engine
iV Hungarian whoto naino could not bo
learned was struck by a P. & It. onglne at
the Suffolk colliery this morning and had
bo di legs Knd one arm broken,
Squoezod In tho Minos.
John WItolovlcB, ft Polo, was sq'ioezed
bslween a chute and n wagon In tho Suf
folk colliery yestorday. His collar bono
and some of his ribs were fracturod. Uo
was takau to tho Minora' Hospital.
$3.00 for $1 00.
Hero is a bargain once in a Hfo tlmo, nnd
will continue this week out. To make our
beautiful cabineU for gl.OO. This Is no
cheap or trashy picture", but a first olats
Cihinot. Hemomber tho placo, llobbins'
now gallery, No. 20 West Contro street.
Now Pouch Koys.
Postmaster Boyor yesterday rocnivod
koys for tho EaRlo pouch locks, which were
recently adopted. Beioro tbo locks can to
used it will flrit bo nocM-ary to supply
every postmaster and railway postal clerk
with tho koys. This will bo accomplished
Tho Gospel Meetings.
Tho open-air go-pel meeting was well
attended last night, Itev. ltussol, of the
Primitive Methodist church, preached an
earnest sermon. Arrangements have been
mado, through tho kindness ot Jlr- Baird
to have seats erected and an oleclric light
Introduced to-day, so that tho incotings
need not close on account of darkness.
Itev. Glick, of tho Evangelical association,
will proach this ovoning.
A Boautlful Art-Gallory.
Tbo striking pictorial features of Frank
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper for tbo
wock ending August 15th aro skotchos of
ocean travel, making a double-page, and
dono In ClinedinH'8 best stylo, There is
also a very effectlvo summer p'cturo called
"Weighed in tho Old Mil." by Miss
Davis. Among other pictures aro illustra
tionaof tho Bonnington Battle Monument
celobration ; cf tho groat locust plaguo in
nortborn India, and a flno representation
f a stroot in Ohinatown, ban Francisco.
Tha two striking nrticlos of tho number
relate to tbo new Private Land Court, with
portraits of tho judges, and "Frco Educa
Hon in Enghnd," by Edward Porntt, of
tee Manchester Examiner.
A Scoro Oorrootod.
EiMTon IIekalik I know not whether
you saw the gamo ot oaso oau at uio
trotting park on Saturday afternoon be
tween tho singlo and marnod men of Camp
49, S"ns i f Veterans, but if you did not
witness It you wcro misirlormed in r0'
gard to tbo scoro and I would bo very much
obliaed to vou if you would correct tho
amo. Tho scoro stood IS 82 in favor o
the married men. Whon tho singlo men
wero having thoir last innings, romember,
no inon out on tho singlo men's side, whon
iho marrid men wero suro of a defeat,
thoy commenced a wrangling match and
would not play any more. Wo, tho6ingle
men, theroforo claim tho gamo. Wo leave
it to vou. Mr. Editor, bo you singlo, or
married, to givo a straight decision yuo
lishcd in your paper.
Hahry G. Caul, Manager.
Shenandoah, Pa., Aug. 10, 1891.
PAIlltELL.-On tho 10th Inst., at
Shenandoah, Pa., Pumiuick Farroll, aged
G7 Yoare. Funeral will take placo to-mpr
row (12th Inst.) at 8 o'clock. Services will
bo hold in tho Annunciation church, tho
luneral to proceed from there to tho Lehigh
Valley dopot and leave for Olrardvillo on
tho 10:15 a. m. train. Friends and relativos
respectfully invited to attend. 8-11-1
DALTON. On tho 10th Inst., atShen
andoab, Pa,, Martin J. Dalton, aged 3i
years. Funoral will take place from hi
residence on West Cherry street at
o'clock, a. m., to-morrow (12th Inst ) to
procoed tolho Annunciation church, whore
Itenulom High mass will bo hold. Inter
ment in tho Annunciation cemotory
Friends acd relatives respectfully invited
to attend. 8.11-H
OALLEN. On tho 11th Inst., nt Shen
andoah. Pa.. Harry B son of Dr. J. S.
and Maltlo I). Callon, aged 0 monthi
Funeral will tako placo on Thursday, 13th
inH., at 2 p. in., from tbo late roiidonco,
South Jardln street. Interment in tho Qi
Fellows' comotery. Friends and rolativei
respectfully Invited to attond.
Milos' Morvo una Llvor PUla
new principle reBUlatlng the
ill and bowels through the nerves
liver. Ktnmnch and hnwels throuah the nerve
a new uiseovery nr. aiue i jiis bpevuuj'
cnie biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, ptlos,
snnstlpatlon. unoqualed for men, women,
children. Hraallest, inll.lest.surestl Sldoses,
J6cts. Uaraples Free, at (J. II, llagenbuch's
Oomplotod to Doadwood.
The Burlington Itoute, 0., U. & Q. It. It.,
rom Chloago, Pooria and St. Louis, is now
completed, and daily patsongor trains are
running through Lincoln, Neb., and
Cuitor, 8. D., to Deadwood, Also to Now
astle, Wyoming. Sleeping cars to Dead
Buy Keystone flour, Be careful that the
Iaaine Lessio & Co., Ashland, Pa., 1)
printod on every sack. 8-3-3taw
Molford Vernooy is on tho sick list.
Mist Llbbio Hughes Is on a visit
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. U. Q. Hos returned to Bothlehom
Arthur Shaw wont to Atlantic City this
morning to spend a few days.
Charles E. Hooks returned homo from
Williamsport last evening.
Miss Gartio Hoover Is visiting Pottsvllle
E. K. Bittcrman attondod to Important
busineM at Laknsido on Saturday.
Superintendent Bradlgan and family are
at Atlantic City.
ltoyitotnig, of Frackvlllo, wa3 In town
Miss Maggie Lwi, lately of New
York, is homo on a visit.
Miss Mary Lihr, of Hizlcton, who ha
been visiting friends here, returned home.
Miss Hattle Shaofor 1 visiting friends in
Mhs Corinno Tobia?, of Donsldson,
formerly of town, is tho guo3t of Miss
Baggago Master Golden, of tho Lehigh
depot, left town this morning with his wife
to spend a week at Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Jarrard, of Mauch
Chunk, who wero the guests of U. A.
Swalm, returned homo yesterday.
L Gardner, of Ea ton, representing tho
Now Jersey Peach Growers Association,
was in town last evening.
B. J. Yost, district president of the P. O
S. of A., is attending tho tossions of the
Stato Camp at Gettysburg.
SMsa Ida and Grant Lossig rfturned
homo to-day from Orangovillp, Columbia
county, after spending two weeks there.
Mrs. Percy Myers, of Philadelphia, and
Mrs. John Becker, of Frackville, spout
yesterday with Miss Hattle Crawshaw.
Milton Kistlcr is visiting his br"tlur, Dr.
, S. Kistlor. Ho is about graduating from
Miss Cora and Clara Christian, of Phil
adelphia, aro tho guests of thoir sister, Mr?.
P. Finney, of South While street.
Mrs. Fcosor, of Philadelphia, who spent
tho past two weeks In town with her fister,
Mrs. J. F. Finney, lias gone to Ashland to
bit Mrs. ltich, anothor sister.
'Squlro Jack Monaghan has given up
thoagoncy of tbo Pennsylvania Iluilroad
Company in order to devote his wholo
time to expounding tho law to bis largo
and increasing constituency.
Harry Loam, lato of tho Miners' Journal,
and who recently returned from an ox
tondod woitorn trip, was in town on Sun
day, tho cusst of Councilman Lamb. Ho
'eft lor Scranlon yostorday wbero ho will
probably assist Mt. Wlictstono in his new
nowspaper enterpn .o.
Waters' Weiss beer is tho beet. John A.
Kolllv solo B2enl. 6-5-tf
T&mYor I0ST or FA1UNO MAUHOOD,
Jiajbl P Blof Errors or Excesses I a OH or Young.
ltoiiDkl, ftolil- iiA..Ht OD ruiW Uenlort-J. tt lo Enlarge kb-I
il.inlriis.lv imfilllsf I'llK TWK ITM h.Tllpiiih(a In ft dlTa
Ken Utiiij frtim 60 BUtra 6nJ fvrf'Kn I'aaatrka. W rl(( Ihi-uu
iiJreW ERIE MEDICAL CO., UUFPALU.nt T.
L. Gardner, ng uit for the New Jersey
Pencil urower's AMociation,
will be at Uiu
LEHIGH VALLEY DEPOT
pvey morninp: Willi cnoica jersey
PeaoliCH. Cnt( loupes. Tomatoes, Ban-
lett Pears, &.. which will be sold at
OTUAWB show Ihe way the wind blows, but
..t. ,u,a, 1IUN1 hlnip. wa liavo
beenstrlkingatstraw Uat prlnet. Bouiehat
are dtar at any price; these bati. are cheap al
double the money. If what covers your head
Is not brooming toyou, all the pains you take
as to tho ret ot your attire nreslmply thrown
away, (lomeaud sec how yon will luoxln
one of our SOo straw hats. There's uo use In
giving any further description of them tban
to say this they are stjllsh. We cut the
price duwa because wo waut to cut our stock
down. Another big bargala In hats Is our 11
black stltT hats,
IS S, Mats SI, SOANLAN Shenandoah
PHOP03ALS. Healed proposal?
will bo received by the undersigned com
inlttcenutUAp. ni. August 12, 1801. for mov
Ingtho twoftory frame house now situated ou
the corner of Cherry and Jardln strpntn. Tho
owners reserve the right 'to reject any or all
""" i wi jiuiiivi I'm uuuiurH uhii on
Shnan doah, l'a. 8 7 51
"TX7ANTED For Brennan's Btenm
? T Laundry, a good girl. Apply at once.
7 23-1 f
FOR HALE. A good pool table in
tho KxceMor Club room. Annlr nt tho
room, or T. A. Evans', 31 Easl Centre St. ll-3w
OR JtENT. A dwelling house
coatatntuir Blx rooms. Annlv in U n.
Kulght,3S iiuit Centre s net. 8 4 -If
DESIEABLE PROPERTY FOR
eole. One of the most desirable proper
ties on AVest Oak street, for salo on reasonable
terms. Apply at Howso's grocery store, cor
ner Jardln and O.iU streets. Uhenandonli, l'a
AGENTS WANTED. Free pre
paid outfit to onergetlo men. Several o
our silesmn have earned from $70 to 5100 n
week lor years pait. 1'. O. Ilox 1S71, Now
FOR RENT A good stable In Hie
Fiist ward, suitable for a'lvery or othei
'Urnoses. Annlr to J. J. llobbins. No. 130 N.
lain street, Hheuando.ih.
"O ARE CHANCE. Ten (10) shares
jLV of building and loan association stook
for eule at a sacrifice. Inquire at Davis' steam
dye works, 110 East Ceutro street. 7 23 tf
rriYPE WRITING. A young Judy,
X a grnnaaie, winis wora .n iype writing,
nil at Herald olUce. or uddress
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale cheap, It being on corner of Conl
and Emerlck streeti. It Is suitable for many
purposes. Apply to No. 25 B Jardln BU 8 3 tf
tTAN rKtl An active reliable man
J K.Hnrv fSTf, to Hi monthlv. with In
crease, to represent In his owu secilon a re.
fonsinie ew xorK nouse, iveierences.
ASUFAOTOBKn, Lock. Box lf83. New York.
E STRAYED OR STOLEN Au
old. yellow and white cow, with long
horns. Left last Friday. I'nrty returning
sumo will be lewnrded by tb" owner.
lMw Ul N. Plum Alley..
- i-iitntn nt T-nnlel Itumbel. deceased.
Letters or aiirainisirnuou on uiemuitt ra
Daniel Itumbel. late of Union township,
8chuyltiiilcount5-. l'a., deceased, have beeu
cranted to William 11. Humbel, residing at
Hlngtown, l'a., to wnoui an persons inueuieu
to said cttate are reo aestcd to make raymeet.
nnd those i avlu claims or demands will
make known the same without flelny.
WlljLiiftJl 11- MUJIUCIJ,
Or to Administrator.
H n r ITnr.TiPKTKi!. AltV.
Jar lOUi. uui, j-u-ei
nwAi.isn prtnpnHAI.s will be received at
Ihe Architect's olllco Pottsvllle, until 2 p. ru.,
. . ir ten, r.M ,1.a ara.llnn rt fl. frntnn
church for the Greek Cathollo congregation of
Plans and speclfloitlons lo be seen at the
House or u. . amiin, ouo wwem ubwmi,
and Arobltert's ottlce. All proposals to be
marked on envelope. .... , .
Tho owners I eserve Iho right torejectany
or all bids. W. D. HILL, Architect.
Subject to Domocratlo rules.
JJIOII CONoTlTUTlOXiAij VJJiinu.
James J. Francy.
il. W. Leisenrmg, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrmg, Cashier,
W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Daily From 9 to33
3 PER OENT. INTEREST I
Paid on Hnvlueu neposltH.
Attention, Hoiise Cleaners I
Che warm weather Is here, and hotise-cleauing la the next thlDp; in order.
And at such tline3 most everybody needs something to brighten
v up the home, so if you Heed a good carpet of either
Veuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brusse,
TWO Ott THREE-PLY INGRAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS!
You can find a full assortment at PRICE'S.
Lace 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 Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
ni ninar -fc y sjujUMjgg xscrnaq
We mean It In every sense of the word. We ofler you good all-wool
suits for less tuau their value. Our light goods must go, regardless of
cost; so If you want to purchase a Men's All-wool Cheviot Suit for
66.60 call on us.
Furnishing goods also to be had at lower prices than you will find
them elsewhere. Wo make no boasts merely for advertisement, but
what we advertise wo will do.
Calland examine our bargains before purchasing aud you will not
Tl "FAMOUS" ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER,
tl JV. Main Street, Shenandoah.
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deed, -Leases, Mortgages aud Bonds written.
Marrlago licenses and legal claims
promptly uttended to.
Real Estate, Collection and Insuranco Agency.
General Plre Insuranco Business. Represents
the Northwestern 1,1 fo Insurance (Jo..
Office Sluldoon's building, corner Centre
and WostHlB., Bheuandoah; l'a.
Good Hroperties of All Kinds For Sale.
A two story double frame dwelling house
stoteand restaurant, on East Centre St.
X dwelling and restaurant on East Centre
8. Desirable property on corner Ceutro nnd
Jardln streets, suitable tor uusiness par
roseB. 1. A two story double lrame dwelling, on
West Mova street.
Two 2-story irnmo dwellings on West Cen
Two 2 story dwellings on the corner ol
Coal and Chestnut streets More room In
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street, with a laree warehouse at the rear.
, Three two-story double frame buildings
corner oi iiioya ana uuueri sireeis.
The Leading Photographer,
. 14 N. WHITE ST.
The work done at this sallerr Is fully enual
lo that done at the larje galleries of New
Vorkand l'hlladelphln. Comparison Is In
vited between Ihe specimens of his two and
three dollar cabinets Bho-tn In his window
and the best of work doue olewhere ' five
arid sir dollars.
ir-Do not climb long nlgh.s of stairs to
patronize an eniern laj run bv out of town
parties when better work may be had of your
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ol
Hats,- Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps.
a BA8T OHNTRH ST.
FOR SALE I
A farm, containing nearly 200 acro, situate
lnltlugUAvn. Nine-roomed house, 0 hones
and 1 oolt, besides a few head ol catlle, etc.
Can be had reasonably. Apply to
8-6-lw 545 3. Centra St.
30 Eatt Centre Street, BlllSXAXliOAU.
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Confectionery!
OF All. KINDS,
tana Bsxsnui sBaj y
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Paideil, Papered and Renovated. 4
No. MS I5A8X CESTHE STREET,
Tlnee doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Ilaskev would Inform his manv friends
and the public thnt he will cater to tliolr mints
ininesamo ursi-ciass siyio mat ue lias aone
la the past. None but the best brands of for
eign nnd domeStlo wines, liquors and cigars
will be kept In slock. Choice temperance
drinks, Kino old stock ale.
The eating ba' is supplied with everything
luthoeatlnz line served In the best. style.
Meals servtd at all hours. Fine nrlvato rooms
TheSEW BROADWAY" RANGE
It beats everything In the market, and the
price Is Just right to suit tho times.
It will pay you to come
and see It.
I am prepared to do the following at thw
Tin roofing ...,6c per foot and up
Tin roof palming io ' "
Tin oonductor lo " "
Tin hanging gutter 12o " '
Galvanized chimney stack 200 per pound
jiepuirs mr uu Kiuves a specially.
M. If. PBATT,
7G-3m . 331 S. lard n St.. Shanandnah
LEATHER and SHOE FINDIIIGS
3?. j-. aijBDEi-r,
Dealer In all kinds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Lirge and first-class stock.
A1 Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House building, 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 SURGEON,
Offlee-28 West Lloyd Btreet, Shenandoah