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HOW OJST TA
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All kinds of potted meats, fish,
canned goods, oysters, lobsters,
crabs, Ilutslan cavlnr, fresh spiced
oysters, finest smoksd linins, bo
lognas und smoked beef, York stato
full cream cheesc,lSnianthal,8wlBS,
Edam, Sapsairo and Llmburger.
Fine assortment of cakes and bis
cuits. G. and B. pickles of all
kinds. Tickles by the dozen. You
will find Just what you want.
liiFoi r m
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
all tiik ni:vs for onk ci:nt.
Has a larger circulation In Shenandoah than
any other paper published. Circu
lation books open to all.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET!
Judge Hon. D. B. Qreen.
Sheriff Jienjamin .Smith.
Jur.u Commissioner Mat. William
Poor Director George Heffncr.
Delegates to the Constitutional Con
ventlon, 30t District Joseph II.
Pomeroy, John J. Coyle.
Our job work always givoj satisfaction ;
civo us a trial and bo convinced.
Men arn gooso, women aro ducks, and
birds of a foathor flock tOROthor.
Tho eg? pUnt now keeps company with
'ho crb on our market stalls.
Sometimos a professional funny man
writas best when ho is out of humor.
Tho man who likes whisky bettor than
boof walks not after tho llosh but aftor tho
It is very important in this ago of vast
matoriil progress that a romody bo pleasing
to tho tasto and to tho oyo, easily takon, ac
ceptable to the stomach and healthy In its
natura and effects. Possessing thoso qual
ities, Syrup of Figs is tho ono porfoct laxa
tivo and most gontlo diuretic known.
Editob, IIeraed : It seems to mo that
eomethiiiK should bo dono te curb tho con
duct of somo of tho par'ies who aro en
gaged in ropairing Ferguson's thoatro build
ing. They not only flood tho pavomont
with paint and oils, ondangoringthodres'cs
of ladios who pass tho placo, but also con
duct themsolvos in such a manner as to
leavo paseors by opon to insult. I hopo Mr.
Ferguson will givo tho matter his atlontion.
Shenandoah, Fa., Aug. 11, 1891.
Aug. 15 and 17. Fan and ico cream fes
tival, Primitive ilothodist church.
Aug. 18. Ico croam and poach festival,
In Robbina' opora house, undor tho auspices
of Camo No. 183, P. O. S. of A.
Sont. 2 Japanoso ico cream festival in
Kobblns' opora house, undor tho auspices of
Shenandoah Commandory, No. 14, Sons of
Mllos' Norvo ana Llvor Pills
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach nod bowels through the nerves.
a ji,,.-. nr. Mllcu' Pills Btieedllv
cute biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles,
conBtlpatlon. unequaieu lor meu, ivuiucu,
25ct. Bamples Free, at C. H. Hagenbuch'a
Completed to Doadwood.
Tho Burlington Kouto, 0., B. & Q. It. K.
from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, is now
(completed, and daily passenger trains aro
runnlne throuch Lincoln, Nob., and
Custor. S. D.. to Doadwood. Also to New
castle. Wyoming. Stooping cars to Dead'
To Our Readers.
Are you troubled with Consumption or a
deep seated Cold, if so take healthy exercixe,
live In open air, use run-Tina Cough and
Consumption cure, ana u cureu. uu i
delay. Trial bottles free at Klrlln'a drug Btoro
Best work dono at Brennan's steam
laundry. Everything whito and epotloBS.
iaco curtains a spocialty. All work guar
Tho Sl-a-dozen photos mado at tho
lto.hon callorv. 9 West Centre street
(Hoffman's old stand), aro a triumph of tho
jihotographlo art. Boforo sitting, oiamino
some of tho work dono for parties in town.
It Is excellent.
Tho Primitivo Mothodists of town will
hold thoir ice cream aud poach fostival
this ovaning. It will also bo continued on
Advortisa In tho Herald.
Q. A. R. Notes.
Mt. Carmol vetorans aro not meeting
with tho success they oxpectod In raising
money to do tho handsom-j thing to the
visitors on Grand Army Day. Nevertheless
the boys will manage to get enough to oH
All that tho vo'.erans of tho Army of ttio
Potomac want to know, in order to make
them flock to Washington next yoar, is
that tho provost guard has been abolished,
and the old central guard-houso has been
rV committee, with Davy Morgan as
chairman, has been appointed by Post 140
to mako arrangonn-nts for transportation,
etc., to ilt. Carmol on Grand Army Day.
It was a big time for Gen. Alger. Ho
planned wisely, worked hard and spont his
own monoy lavishly to mako tho National
Encampment tho grand success that it was.
Tho comrados all understood and appre
ciated this, and tho measuro of their grali
tudo to him was overflowing. Ills appear
ance any whoro was tho signal for enthu
siastic cheering. Moro than any other man
in tho order ho hai taken tho placo of the
lamented Logan in thoir affections.
Thoro is considerable talk among tho
voterans about abolishing Grnnd Army
Day. To somo posts it hs become a bur
den, but as long as it is colobrated tbo
"boys who wore tho blue" will mako it
their duty to colebrato it. In a year or two
it will bo a bard matter to get any of tho
towns in tho district to accopt tho honor on
account of tho expense connected with tho
From The Nation's Capitol.
Mr. A. H.Hazou. Washington, D. C.says:
he Fatuous Red Flair Oil. Is a rcrlect family
medicine, and 1ms ne equal Jor Hheumatlsm,
Neuralnla. Sprains. Cms, Hums, aud nil
boaily pain. 1'rice 23 cents. At Jvirilu'a drug
The regular monthly meeting of the
Directors of Hie Poor of Schtiy Mil U. T?OR fc? A L.E.-A cood pool table In
was held at the Almshouse, Aug. 11, UL' the Exccllor Club mom. Apply at the
1891. Present Win. Leulncerrhomas room, or T. A. Evans', 31 East Centre St. ll-3w
J. Tracy, Charles U. Kane. Census of QR (UvelllB hnt.-e
4, "u"""' V , , J ' containing six rooms. Apply to H. C.
JS'Ji: iNUinuer oi inmates in tuo nuiou Kuitrul.oSEastCentres-ruot. 84-tf
July l. loin. 437: uumiier oi inmates in
ttio uouso Ainr. i. ibsii. 4ii3 uecrenBe ur. ustweeu mo iieiiicn vuuey
(luring last month, -1; number of III- J-J rallroau and .tho. Cambridge, colliery, a
mutes in houte Aug. 1 1800, 410; num
ber to same time this year, 433; in
crease during last year. 14. Of the
above 81 are Insane and Idiotic: 143
under medical treutmeut, 10 children.
Atimltted during the month, 28; dis
colliery time book. The flndnr will Dleao re
turn the samo to the Herald ofllce and re
celvo reward, 8-12 3t
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One or the most desirable proper
ties on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
ivuiiiiLLc-u uuiji mu luiuibu, -u, v., i wjriiiB. jppiy ai twwse s grocery siore, cor
charged and absconded, 27; bound out nor Jardln and Oak street. Bhenandoah, I'a,
0: bom. l: died, u: lodging auu meais
were furnished to 7U tramiT. uui-
door relief was granted to 420 families,
amountluc to $3,140.11: bills wers read
aud orders were drawn Aug. 11,1891,
ntnounting to $3,234.01; previous issue,
$47,355.95. Total In 1891, ?50,6S9.98.
J. J. O'Connoh, Clerk,
TYPE WRITING. A young lady,
a gradual, wints work at type writing,
t all at HeratjO olUce, or address UitiiAi.n,
Shenandoah, I'a, 8 1-tf
ESI K ABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale cheaD. It beinir on corner of Coal
and Emerlck streets. Itla suitable for many
purposes. Apply to No. 23 8 Jardln BU 8 3 tf
CITIES OF THE UNION.
Interesting Cnnipnrlnunii rublishod to.
tho Cciitiu Otllcv.
Washington, Auk. !5. Tho Census
Ofllce has just issued 8, bulletin on the
social statistics of citios of tho Uulted
Stntcs. The roturns are yot Incomplete,
but tho Btnlement comprising CO of the
cities is ulvon.
lrom the tables it appenrs that the an
nual cost of each gas lamp In ctttea
varies from $50 in Now Orlouus to $17.C0
in Hoboken, whito the annual cost ol
each cloctrlo lump varies from $4-10.07 in
San Francisco to 63 in Chicago.
The bulletin bIiowb that gas lamps
compilso moro than 00 percent, of or
classes used for street lighting, but an.
rarely used exclusively for that purpose.
in cities of less than 1UU.UUU inmiuu
ants thero is an averaze of U. 75 patrol
man to tho square mile and 4.03 miles of
Btroot to eauh patrolman who manes nn
nually un avorage of 51 arrests. The cost
of the force to each head of population
is $0.78, varying from $1.20 In Now Ha
ven to JO.flO In Nashville.
The average death rate lu tho police
force of all the cities is 05 Der l.UUU, va
rying from 197 per 1,000 in Lowell, and
183 per 1,000 la Hobokon to 12 per 1,000
in Now York city, 15 per 1,000 In Ulune
spoils nud'182 per 1.000 in Hartford.
In twenty-two cities of over 100,000 in
habitants each tho averaue annual cost
of the lire department to each head of
population is $0.81, varying from $1.78
in lioston and $1.00 in Now York city to
S0.C4 in Chicaao. 0.00 in Philadelphia,
SO. 70 In Drooklvn. S0.02 in St. Louis,
$0.35 in Baltimore, $1.16 in San Francisco
and J 0.1)2 in Cincinnati.
In tnontv-oue cities of ovor 100,000 In
habitants each the total loss by Are dur
ing 1839 was $2.20 to eaoh head ol popu
lation, ranalna from SU.27 in Jjuuaio,
$3.32 In St. Louis and $8.11 in Brooklyn
to $1.11 in Baltimore, $1.02 In Newark
and $0.50 in Washington.
No Combine Beer
WALL PAPER !
A OAHLOAD JUST AltRIVUO AT
Embossed 12 l-2o
"Window Shades, spring rollors..25o
Curtain Poles j 25o
22 Bast Centre St., Shenandoah
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
IRON WORKERS STARVING.
Thousands of Men Thrown Out of Worb
London, Aug. 15. Owing to the de
pression in tbo iron trade operations at
many of tho principal Iron workB In the
Cumberland district have been suspended
(or Borne time past, and the Inability of
tho workmen to procure employment ia
causing the most acute distress.
Six thousand men have bean thrown
out of employment, and a largo number
havo earned nothing for a year. Many
families have struggled along, bopin
for better times, but hope of the works
acaln starting un haB been abandoned
now, and the outlook for the coming
winter is one of the gloomiest nature,
The families of the iron workers men,
women anil children ahow traces of tho
privations they have suffered, and it is
an absolute fact that hundreds of them
are on the verge of starvation.
So serious has the situation become
that the authorities have decided to start
public works to give employment to tha
many idle men la the district and tbns
avert the famine which Is threatened.
TTAN I'En-An nctlvo reliable man
VV salarv &ia to 3R monthly, with In
crease, to rpreent In his own section a re
sponsible New Yont House, Itelereuces.
I iYlAIMUirAOTUItEIl, JjOCK uoz iwo, iwew lora.
E STRAYED Oil STOLEN An
old. vellow nnd white cow. with lone
horns. Left last Friday. Party returulns
camo will he rewarded by ih" owner.
8-11-lw lit) N. Plum Alley.
PROPOSALS. Sealed prosposals
will be received bj the undersigned com
mittee until Op, m. Augut21, 1891, for build
ing the foundation fir St. George's Lithuanian
church, corner Jardln nud Cherry streets.
Shenandoah, Pa. Plans and specifications
ior me same can De seen ai me Biore oi a.
Melusky, Ho. 1(8 East Centre street. The
committee reserve the right to reject any or
Shenandoah, August It, 1801.
"OROPOSALH Will be received for
JL furnishing and delivering to the different
school bulldlng-iol the borough of Shenandoah
265 tons of egg coal. 30 tons nf stove coal. 10 tons
oi pea coal hnu iu ions oi -noBium com.
bids lobe submitted by September 1, 1891. Tho
committee reserves tho r'ght to reject any or
all bids. N. J. OWENS
A. J. GALLAGHER.
1 8-11-1 It Committee.
Attention, House Cleaners 1
The warm weather is here, and houso-cleatilng Is the next thing in order.
auu ut sucn times moat everybody needs soiuetlilnt; to brighten
up tnu iiome, so it you neeu u goou carpet ot eituer
Veuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussel
TWO Oil TMIlE13Pr,Y INGRAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS!
You can find n full assortment at PRICE'S.
of sulKinds !
Window Shades, Floor and Table Oilcloths aud Linoleums of all grades.
Prices cannot bo beaten when quality Is considered.
No misrepresentation one price to all.
J. PRICE'S Old Reliable
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa,
haB secured tho agencj- for the
BUUWE1SES and LXPOBT BEEBS
RICHARDS & CO.
Subject to Democratic rales.
piOIt CONSTITUTtONAIi CONVENTION
Jnmcs J. Franey.
Subject to Democratic rules.
Tbtse hrewprs are NOT IN AN
excellent hceis at the
peop e'u prices.
Private Parties "
at 57 Par Barrel.
ORDER3 CAN HE LEFT WITH
SOL II UK, 120 S. MAIN ST.,
who will promptly till all orders for
Sueuandouh and vicinity.
Deolrlue to aiepofo of my entire stock of
goods, In order to vacate the Btore-room for
other purpnses, I will Kt-U the remaining atocic
ut. o-rpRt.lv reduced orioes. These coods must
bo sold within a 9hort time, and It will benefit
you to inspect me same.
T. D. DAVIS,
wo tf xoo North Jrcrdin St.
U9 JSast Centra Street, SHUXM'DOAll.
AKE GOINQ TO
jillHHourt, iCanMas, Arltnusnti,
Xcxiih, Mtlrnnltn, I.oulHluna.
Colorado, ITlali, Cnlltoriiln,
New Mexico or Arizona,
and will Bend me a postal card
or letter stating
Where you are going,
When you are going,
Where you will start from,
How many there are In your party,
What freight and baggage you have,
I will write you or call at your houe and
furnish you with the fullest information
reEardine routes, lowest rates of all
cla&ses, besides maps, descriptive and il
lustrated land pamphlets, resort books,
Hot Springs guides, etc.
Cheap Farming Lands In Missouri, Arttan-
BUS, IVttUIUUHUU lOAUB.
J. P. McGANN, Eastern Trav. Agt.,
W. E. HOYT,
G.E. P. Agt., SOlBroad way ,New York
Iron Mountain Route,
I MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Bonds written.
carriage licenses auu legal claims
promptly attended to.
eal Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
Oeneral Fire Insurance Business. Kepresents
tne jNorinwestern i,ue insurance jo.
Office Muldoon's bnlldlne. corner Centre
and West Sts.henandoah, I'a.
Cood Properties of All Kinds For Sale.
-A two story double frame dwelling house
Btoreand restaurant, on East i Centre St.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on East Centre
.Desirable property on corner Centre and
jaruin streets, suiiaDie tor business pur-
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Confectionery !
-or A1.I. KINDS.-
MURDERERS AT LARGE.
The Hope l'usttlvos Buld to bo Illdlns In
Nw York State.
Belvidkrk, N. J., Aug. 15. The coro
ner's inquest in the Hope murder oaso
hat been adjourned uutll Monday next,
when important ovldence is expected. It
ia now definitely known that the murder
ers are hiding in the mountains in New
York State. They have been seen, and
no doubt will be captured boforo many
The negro arrested cannot be identi
fied and has been discharged. Some
new developments are expected very
soon that wilt throw soma light on the
identity ot the murdered man.
OTHAWB Bhow the way the wind blows, but
th"y don't show what hard blows we have
beenbtrlklneatBtr-tw hat prices. Home bats
are dear at any price; these hats aro cheap at
double the money. If what covers your head
Is not becoinlnu to you, nil the pains you take
as to the rest ol your attire are simply thrown
away. Come and ser how you will look in
one of our DOc straw bals. There's no use In
Giving any further description of them thau
to Bay this they are stylish. We cut the
price down because we want to cut our stock
down. Another big bargain In bats is our tl
.1 S, Hill St, S0ANLAN SheoanrJoah '
A. W. Leisenring, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenring, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass 't Cashier.
Open Dally From ?to33.
3 PER 0ENT. INTEREST
X'altl on Novlujra jaepositH.
We mean it In every sense of the word. We offer you good all-wool
suits for leas thau their value. Our light goods must go, regardless of
cost; so If you want to purchase a Men's All-wool Cheviot Bult for
86.60 call on us.
Furnishing goods, also to be had at lower prices than you will find
them elsewhere. We make no boasts merely for advertisement, but
what we advertise we will do.
Call'and examine our bargains before purchasing and you will not
T1 1 TJ
tl JV. Main Street, Shenandoah.
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Painted, Papered and Renovated.
No. lis I5A8T CENTItU BTREETj v
Three doors above Kendrlck House, f
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor. '
Mr. Haskey would inform his many friends
and the publlo that ho will cater to their wants
lu the same tlrsuclass style that he has done
In the past. None but the best brands of for
eign and domestlo wines, liquors and cigars
will be kept In stock. Choice tempeiance
UllilUB, riunuiU HIUCKUie.
Theeattnebar is supplied with everything
In the euUix line served In the best stylo.
Meals served at all hours. Pine nrivatn rnami
two storv double frame dwelling.
vvesi ljioyu sireti.
5. Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cen
-Two 2 story dwellings on the corner ot
Coal and Chestnut streets More room in
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street, with a larce warehouse at the rear.
8. Thr ee two-story double frame buildings
corner or iiioya ana uimert streets.
The Leatliiifj Photographer,
NO. 14 N, WHITE ST.
The work done at this caller? Is fullv enual
to that done nt the larjo galleries of New
Vorltaud riilladelDhla. Cumnarlson is In
vited between the specimens of his two and
three dollar cabluets shown In his window
and the best of work dono elewhere at nve
and six dollarx.
af-Do not climb long flights of stairs to
patronize an enternrlsn run by out of town
parties when better work may be had of your
The "HEW BROADWAY" RANGE
It beats every thing in the market, and the
price is Just right to suit the times.
It will pay you to come
and see It.
I am prepared to do the following at the
. prices quoted:
Tin roofing 60 per foot and up
Tin roof painting ....iao "
Tin conductor .12a "
Tin hanging gutter 120 " "
Galvanized chimney stack 20o per pound
Hepalrs for all stoves a specialty.
"WM. H. PRATT,
7-0 3m 331 S. Jardln SI., Shenang
LEATHER and SHOE FINDINGS
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
fiats, Caps and Dents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps,
e EAST OHNTKH ST.
TO HUCKSTERS I
Ii, Gardner, agent for the New Jersey
Peach Grower's Association,
will be at the
LEHIGH VALLEY DEPOT
everv mornlnir with choice Jersev
Peaches, Cauteloupes. Tomatoes, Bart
lett Pears, &o., which will be sold at
DP. J" aLE-AJRTStr,
Sealer in all kinds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and flrst-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA.
The Cheapest Place !
Gents' FarnisMng Goods, Hosiery, Etc,
OHARLES : YAROWSKY'S,
23 West Centre fit,, Shenandoah.
Q. M. HAMILTON, M.D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OAse-2S West Lloyd Btreet, Bhenant