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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
AH kinds of potted meats, flsh,
canned goods, oysters, lobsters,
crnbs, Itwslan caviar, fresh spiced
oysters, ilttost snioU! hams, bo
lognas mid etnoked beef, Yorkstnto
full cream chcesc.KnianthaSwIss,
ICdnm, Bnpsaao nnd Llmburger.
Kino assortment of cakes and bis
cuits. O. and B. pickles of all
kinds, Pickles by the dozon. You
will And Just what you want.
Cor. Centro and White Streets.
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The Evening Herald.
ALL TIIK NEWS FOR ONE CENT.
Hiwr larger olroulatlon In Bheuaudoali then
tiny other iMer puiillelied. Circu
lation book open to nil.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET!
JwlgolTon. I). IS. Green.
Sheriff ISenJamtn Smith.
Jury Commissioner Mrii. William
Poor Direolor George lleffaer.
Delegates to the Constitutional Con
vent ton, 3)th District Joseph 11
J'omcroy, John J. Coyle,
Hip; demmd for ico.
New sweot potatoes Rrotjood.
Tho ctlrls now appear In wlilto.
No tide for overcoats jutl now.
Tho Autruft nietoora am ihootins;.
Everybody is complaining of tho heat
lea croam and soda water Buffered Ibis
Hlatikets nnd quills aro discarded tlioso
Tho tun sets now about 7 o'clock tlioso
Picnickers who (jot grass stains on their
cluthes will be glad to learn that molasses
will take out tho slain. Exchange. Now
toll us what will tako out tho molassos.
It is very i!'"ort,mt th'9 aK of vatt
material program ttu.: romoay do pleasing
to tho taslo and to tho (-yd, (-amy taken, ac
coptablo to tlin stomach and healthy In its
rntur and effects. Possessing tlioso qual
ities, S5rupof Figs is tho ono perfect laxa
tive and most irontlo diuretic known.
Aug. 15. I'hoenix Hoso Company's
picnic at Oo'uinbia Park.
Auk. 10 and 17. Fan and ice cream fes
tival, Pr.mltlve Alothodist church.
Aug. 18. Ieo cream and peach festival,
in KobMW opera hnuso, mder the auspice
of Camp No. 181, P. 0. S. of A.
Sept 2 JapanoFo ico cream festival in
Itobblns' opera home, under tho auspices of
Shonandoah Commandory, No. 11, Sons ot
MHos' ftorve una Liver Pills
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach nnd bowel ihiouuh tfw nervei.
A new discovery. Dr. Miles' fills speedily
cuio blttouHUOAs, bad taste, torpid liver. pile,
roiisupaiinu. unequaiea lor men, women,
children. Smallest. inll.lest.sureHll Sulosos,
i."cts. 8amploa Free, ut C. Jl. llujeubuch's
Completed to Deadwood.
Tho Burlington ltouto, 0., U. &Q. U. 11.,
lrom Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, is now
completed, and daily pawenger trains aro
running through Linooln, Nob., and
Custer, S. I)., to Doadwood. Also to New'
rjutlo, Wyoming. Sleeping cars to Doad
wood. - tf
Do you mller with Consumption, Couj lis or
uoinHY ion vim do ctirtu ii yuu nine t'liu
Tina Cough und Consumption Cure. Ujnnd
60o8Lts. Trial bolllot lreo ul Klrllu'sdrug
Uest work donu at uronnan's strrm
Uundry. Everything whito and spotless.
JiVio curtains a spoclally. All work guar
Conspiracy of Spooulutors.
Sr. Pavu Minn., Aug. 14. Editor Har
lan P. Hall, of this city, claims to hnvo
unearthed a conspiracy of speculators In
the lssuanco ot tho "Hold Your Wheat"
circulars, several millions of which have
heon Issued from fat. 1'uui. no says
"Ostensibly It purports to bo a move.
went of tho farmers, while In reality it
Is ii move ot the speculators. I can say
from positive information that the move
ment had Its origin, in Minneapolis and
that speculators la that city nro at tho
bead of the scheme."
Muttlutml 1'uttul Cards.
Washington, Aug. 14. Acting Post
inABter-Qeuernl Whitfield has decided
that postal cards, the edges ot whtoh
.have been cut and the shape ot the card
.materially ohuuged for advertising pur-
noses, o.muot bo sout turouuli tue malls.
Parties must retrain troni mutilating
euoh oards, or they will be oouslderod by
Vha Uanartmout as uumalluble.
A CAKLOAD JUST AKHIVKD AT
Embossed 12 l-2c
"NVimlow Sluidos, spring rollors..25c
Curtuiu Poles 25o
22 East Centre St., Shenanooah
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
tlRED OF PLUNGING.
Speculator tniilrldi;n T.oite4 Nrnyly t
Million Dollar In CIiIciirii.
CmoAOO, Aug. 14. Ed Pardrldge, tho
plunger, Imi Mttled Ida aft. lira with th
Hoard ot Trade and Ids enormous loss,
amounting to nearly $1,001,000, If not
more, is now a thing of tlra past. Ills
check for more than $100,000, which is
tho largest that lias passed the Clearing
House for many a day, was handed la
before 10 H, m.
It Is quite possible that with tho specu-i
lator's settlement tho Board ot Trade has
seen tho last of htm, but he does not au
thorize this statement. He simply does
not know whether ho will aver tradij
again or not. "Flnnuclnlly I am all
right," said Mr. Pardrldgo. "otherwise I
am well, I got bent, but It was not by
the market. Somebody is behind thii
thing, but they won't catch mo that way
ngaln. No, I never wild I would quit
tradiug. What I did say was that I had
playod tho limit plunged, I guess they
call it ond I didn't Intend to play thnt
way nny more. And that's tho truth, 1
won't let 'em get mo again." Mr. Pard
r)dge said ho was still possessed of an
Income of $180,000 a year from what re
mained ot his fortune.
MURDERED AT HIS DESK.
A Coal Dealer Horribly Mutilated by
PinxADELi'iiiA, Aug. 14. Job Hans, a
coal doaler, corner of Gorgns Lano aud
the Phlladolphi.i & Iloadlug Railway,
was murdered at his desk about 0 o'olock
in the morning. His hend was orushed
in. Tho murder is supposed to havo
been done by a colored man who was
seen about tho place.
The furniture of tho office was npsol
and broken, and tho walls nnd lioor
were covered with blood, aud tho:o was
every indication thnt Unas' murderer
had had a fearful tusslo before accom
plishing bis purpose.
From tho nppearanoo of tho body it Is
thought that Unas' slayer had struck
him on the head with a heavy olub aud
Btuniied htm. Thou ho finished him
with a hatchet.
liotli weapons were found on tho floor
Treniurflr M'rlclit (lots l'OASossloti of th
Cnnvlet's l'rlvuto Meuioruiulum.
PniLADELi'iiiA, Aug. 14. Lato yostor-
day afternoon City Treasurer Wright
beoamo possessor of Johu Bardsley'n prl
vato memorandum book, for whioh ho
baa been searching for nearly a mouth.
A copy of the contents of the hook will
be taken before it Is returned to tho Dis
Treasurer Wright has appointed ton
Democratic magistrates tp replnoo tho
ton appointed by John Bardsloy to oul-
lect the delinquent mercantile taxes,
Another llnsebnll Club In Trnublo.
Pkovidence, R. t, Alia. 14. Tho Provi
dence Baseball Club will probably havo
to go under. Manager Choney received,
a tolegr.im from President White of tho
Eastern Association last night announc
ing that tho league could not provide
funds to meet tho pay roll ot tho club.
The players ilecldud to continue together
on tho co-operative plan, but this Is
lllg bilk Ttobbory.
Boston, Aug. 14. It has Just beon
made public that on Tuesday night the
establishment of Cleveland, Brown &
Co., manufacturers and doalers in gen
tlenien'M neokwaro at No. 11 OtU street,
upon the second floor, was entered nnd
upward of 1,000 yards of various kinds
ot Bilks, aggregating fully $3,000 In
value, were removed. The doors wore
nil locked, aud the thieves, It Is thought,
must havo had key to the building.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Soven convicts cscapod from the stock'
ado nt Brlceville, Tenn.
Ex-President Cleveland has declined to
bo present nt tho lJounlngton Monument
Joseph Brothers & Co., of Chtoago,
whose creditors nro chlelly In IN aw York:,
havo failed for ?1U0,0UU.
English shipbuilders are mnklug In
quiries concerning whnleback stoamori
of tho builder at Cleveland, Ohio.
Tho 0-yenr-old sou ot Charles Adam:
ot Ashland, Mass., who was treated at
tho Posteur Institute, New i'ork, for hy
urophoula, has died of that auoasa.
llollovfMl They Woro Drowned.
ScrruATE, Mass., Aug. 14. Tho three
sous of Louis T, Cushtng ot Cohnssot.
wero out snlllug yesterdny during the
heavy thunderstorm nnd wind squall
which sprung up so suddenly, ISotlilng
h s been heard from them sluoe they
IoftnuclltUfuurmrtliaIrIio.it was cap
sized aud that they were all drowned,
Four Yoais for Tutro.
New York, Aug. 14. Charles Tntro,
the Conneotiout engineer, who on June
10 abduoted 10-year-old Augusta TJrslu
ga aud took her to New Haven, whore
he ustHulled her In a lonoly woods, has
been sentenced to four years' Imprison
ment, he having pleaded guilty.
GAYLonn, Mich., Aug. 14, A W. Wil
cox, a well-to-do farmer, killed his 10-year-old
granddaughter with uu axe and
then shot himself dead. It is supposed
that Wlloox became suddenly lns.iuo.
lllg Abattoir llurnod.
Newark, N. J., Aug. 14. Alexander
Mewbaum's extensive abattoir, situated
In Vallsburg, near this city, was burned
during the morning. The loan It about
(50,000) Insurance partial.
Miss Herthh Chrl lman, of Hsrrieburg.
Is the guest of Miss Hannah lteeso.
Miss Jano Kerlin, of Mlddlotown. is
v siting her undo, P. P. D. Kerlin.
Hon. Eiias Davis, of Wudeivillo, was in
town yesterday afternoon.
Frat.k Shoemaker, of Philadelphia, is
tho guest of P.ev. Floyd E. West.
Miss Annlo DenR'or Is attending camp
meeting at Joanna Heights.
Miss Kate Ooho, of Schuylkill Haven, Is
visiting at 0 W. Denglor's.
Miss Sue E. Fowlor Is spandlug a few
days at Atlantic City.
Mrs. Dr. James Stein and Mrs. Charlo
Strouso aro homoegaln from the sea shore
Lottr Carrlor Kel lor is off duty to-day
nnd tub-carrier Thomas is serving in hij
place. ' .
llev. B. T. Callon, stationed nt Itathie
1'om, was in town yesterday attending tho
funeral of his brother's child.
Mrs. Parniley, of Si. Clair, mother oi
Mrs. Dr. Callon, and Miss Adollolticlinrds
of Philadelphia, wore In town yoslerday
Hits &1. E McDonnld and neice, i f
Philadelphia, aro the guosts of ilisj Mag
sio Hughes. , ,
W. A Djlan, traveling pasengor agent
of tho Union Pacific Railway, was in town
Mrs. and Reuben Behn, of Williamsport,
and Mrs. llless, of Ashland, woro the
guests of Ch'ef Butgess Jamos 11. Loesig,
ilieir cousin, yosterday. Mr. ltohn is a
member of the city policoof Williamspoit
Grand Aimy Day.
Oratid Army D-iy will bo celebrated at
Ml Carraol on Septombor Otb, next, and
Walltin Waters Post of town will go tbore
strong in numbers, accompinied by a largo
band. The Mt. Carraol News says that the
oports indicate that at loast 2,600 men will
e in lino
No Combine Beer
has secured tho agency for tho
bUUWElSES and LXPORT BEERS
These briWfrs ore NOT IN ANY
'1IIU3T uuilfliefnilng their
excellent beers at the
Sahonkoepers Supply at $7 Par Barrel,
Privato Parties " " $8 "
OllUEIfS CAN UK LEFT WITH
SOL. 11 UK, 120 S. MAIN ST,,-
who will promptly fill ull oiders for
SlicuunCipah und vicinity.
'i'J J:ml Centre Street, SUllXAXDOAU,
Bread, Cakes, Ico Cream and Co Tcclionery
Of AM. KINPS.
Desiring to dispose ol my entire stock of
goods, iu order tnvacito the sloie loom for
other purpurfs, I will nll the remalnliig stock
it greatly reduow ii'lces. Till Be goods must
to said wlthm a short time, and li will benefit
you to inspect mo8tne.
T. . AVJH,
o-io-t r zoo KortU Jurtliii St.
CTRAWS ilinw IhP way Ihe wind blows, but
they dou'lslio'vwhalhardblowi wo have
been Btriklugnt straw hat prices. Some huts
nie dear at any price; them bats are cheap at
double the money. If what covers your head
: notbeoumlug to you, nil the pulnsynu tako
us to tho roU ol your attire arestiuply thrown
away. Come nnd see how you will looslu
one or our 50a str w aa.ts There's no use In
living any lurtuerileserlpttnu of them than
vu si y Hits they are stylish, We cut the
price down because we want to cut our otock
down. Another big baienln Ip haul U our it
black stiff bats.
U S, Main 5J. SOANLAN 8
IPO ft BALE. A good pool table In
. the KxcelshrClut room, Apply nt the
room, or T. A. Evans', 31 EatOsnlro St. 11-3W
17011 BENT. A dwullliiB house
Kulbt, 33 Eust Centre s re'et. 8 4-11 '
T .OST. Betwpon tho Lehigh Valley
rallroaaund the CAinbrldira nnlllnrv. n
co llery tlmo book. Thfl flndr will Dlonso re.
turn tlie auie to the IIbkai.d onlce and ro-
eclve reward, 8-12 31
DESIBABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of the most desirable proper
ties on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at Kowse's grocery store, cor-
er jaruin ana uak sireew, nnenanaoan, l'a
BARE (niANPE. Ton (10) Bharcs
of building nnd loin assochiilon stock
fur tale itasn'-riaoi. Inquire at Davis' steam
dye works, 110 Kas Centre strost. 7 2.3 If
TVPE WRIT1NG.-A .vouur lady,
a graduate, wnts work at type writing,
all at Ukraltj olUce, or address 1Ikrai.ii,
Hlieuandoab, l'a, 8 1-tl
DE3IKABLE MIOPERTV FOR
snlechenn.lt bolntr on rornp.r nf nnnl
and Unierlck streets. It Is suitable for many
m.mnnna. AnnlffliMn V. H Tnrriln'ut a tit
RTAN I'KD-An sctlve reliable man
salary &m to S8o monthly, with m.
crease, to represent In his own sec'lou a re-
spousinio now Yoric jiouso, neierences.
MANUPAOTOitEB. Loc& Box 1585. New York.
I76TRAYED OR STOLEN An
sU old. yellow nnd white cow. with loner
horns. I.ert last Fildny. Tarty returning
t.nrao will berewardrd by th owner.
AITH1U' 1 KUUII'AH,
11-lw 119 N. Plum Alley.
PROPOSALS. Sealed prospoanls
will to received bj the undersigned com
mittee until 0 p, m. August 21,181)1, lor build
ing the foundation first. 0 sorgo's Lithuanian
ci-urcli, corner Jardln nnd Cherry streets,
Blieuandmh, Va. Plans nnd specifications
for thesamocan be seen at the store of A.
Jlcluskv. No. 118 East Centre RlreoU The
committee reserve the right to reject any or
all bids. A. AIEm-dCY.
Shenandoah, August 11,1891,
PROPOSALS Will be received for
fnrnlshlniT nnd dollverltai; to the different
Reboot build tngsol tho borough of Shenandoah
2G5 tuuant egg coal, SO tons ol stovecoal. lOtons
oi pea coal una iu ions oi rnesinui coai. ah
bids lobe submitted by September 1, 1891. Tho
committee reserves the r gut to rejeol nuy or
all bids. N. J. OWENS
W1I.MAM I) VCHMAN,
Subject to Demourntlo rules.
TTlOrt CONSTITOTIONAL CONVENTION,
Jnities J. Frnney.
Subject to Democrutlo rules.
AUK QOINO TO
MlHHOurl, ICausns, Arkansas,
ToxaH, Nebr.iska, I.uuiHlaiiu.
Coloratlu, Ulan, CHlllornlii,
Sicw .Mexico or Arizona, i
and will send me a postal oird
or letter stating
Where you are going,
When you are going,
Where you will sturt from,
How many there are in your party,
What freight aud baggage you have,
I will wrlte.you or call at your hoae und
furnish you with the fullest jinfbrinatlon
regarding routes, lowest rates of all
class-1, bssides maps, descriptive and 11
lu&traied land pamphlets, resort books.
Hot Bprlnjs guides, etc.
Cheap Farming Lands In Missouri, Arkan
sas, Jiuueua uuu joaus.
J. P. McCMiN, Eastern Trav. Ant.,
W. E. HOYT,
G.E. P. Agt., 391 Broad way ,New York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
A. W. Leisennng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.;
J. R. Leisennng, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Ojcii Dally From 9 toj3.
3 PER 0ENT. INTEREST I
Attention, House Gleaners 1
Tho warm weather Is here, and houie
Ami nt such Mines most everybody needs something to brlahteu
up. the home, mo If you need a god curpet of either
Velvet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussef,
TWO Oil TMItSJE-PIvY INOHAm,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS-!
You can find a full assortment nt PRICE'S.
Lace Curtains, Curtain Poles of all Kinds !
Wludow Shades, Floor and Table Oilcloths and Lluoleums of ell grades.
Prices cannot be beaten when quality la considered.
No misrepresentation ono price to nil.
PRICE'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
We mean It lu every sense of the word. We ofler you good all-wool
suits for less than their value. Our light goods must go, regardless of
cost; so If you want to purchase u Men's All-wool Cheviot Suit for
86.CO call on us.
Furnishing goods also to be had at lower prlce3 than you will And
them elsewhere. We make no boasts merely for advertisement, but
what we advertise we will do.
Cairaud examine our bargains before purchasing and you will not
THE "FAMOUS" ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER,
11 jy. Main Street, Shenandoah.
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages aud Bonds written.
Marriage licenses und legal claims
- promptly attended to.
Real Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
General Fire Insurance Business. lieprescnts
the Northwestern 1.1 fe insurance Co.
Office Muldoon'h building, corner Centre
and West His,. Hhenandoah, l'a.
Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale.
1. A two story double lratiiC dwelling house
storo mid restaurant, on East Centre Ut.
2. A dwelling aud restaurant on Kast Centre
3. Desirable property on corner Centre and
"Jardln streets, suitable for business pur
poses. 4. A two story double trams dwelling, on
West Lloyd street.
5. Two 2 story Irame dwellings on West Cen
6. Two '2 story dwellings on the corner ol
Coal and Unestnut streets More room lu
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street wnn ainrgewarenouse mine rear.
8. Three two-story double frame buildings
corner of Lloyd and Gilbert streets.
The Leading Photographer,
NO. 14 ft WHITE ST.
The work doue ut this irallorr 18 fullv cauil
10 tuaiaona at too large gaueties gi jxew
lortctina x'uuaasiiiiiiti. uomparison is in
vited between Ihe specimens of his two and
three aollar cnblnels sho-vn In his window
and the bait of work done elsewhere at five
ui a six aoiiarn.
afun not ci 11110 long uigms 01 stairs 10
tnt'ronlzean enten' ls run by out of town
paitles when better workinay bo had of your
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Dents' Furnishing Goods
und runkes a speolatty 01
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps.
O iJASI OBNTBT3 ST.
L. Gardner, agent for the New Jersey
l'faoh Grower's Association,
will be nt the
LEHIGH VALLEY DEPOT
every morning with cholco Jersey
Peaohes. Cantelotipes. Tomatoes. Hart-
lett Pears, &,, whloh will bo sold at
- nlennlnir tlinr.ext tlilnrf In nrripr'
wHfy - . T-Jm tsiLsal rHsssBF km J
New Saloon and Rdauragcj
Newly Painted, Tapered and Renovated, fi
No. 1X5 EAST CEISTIli; STKEET,
Tlii'eo doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Haskey would lu'orm his many friends
aud the publlo that he will cater to their wants
Intbesame llrai-class style that he has done
In the past. None but the best brands of for
eign and domestic wines, liquors and cigars
will be kept In slock. Choice temperance
unuKH. uiuuuiu blUUIiUltl
The eating bar Is supplied with everything
in the opting line served lu the best stylo.
Meals served at all hours. Fine nrlvate rooms
The "HEW BROADWAY" RANGE
It beats every thing In tho market, and the
prlco Is Just right to suit the times.
It will pay you to come
und see It.
I am prepared to do the following at the
Tin roofing ..........60 per fool aud up
Tlu rouf painting W "
Tin conductor .........12o "
Tlu hanging gutter 12o ' JMti
Uuryanlzed chimney stack 20operpo, wA
Ilepalrs for all stoves a spsclalty, f
WM. E. PRATT, "
7 0 3m 331 S. Jardln St., Shenandoah
LEATHER and SHOE MUGS
Dealer in all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
large and first-class stock.
AH Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST,,
Kerguson lleuse building, SHENANDOAH. PA.
The Cheapest Place !
Gents' FarnisMng Goods, Hosiery, Etc,
CHARLES : YAROWSKY'S,
23 West Centre Ht., Shenandoah.
Q M. HAMILTON, U. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
-M West Lloyd Btreet, Bhenandoftb