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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All kind of potted meats, flwh,
canned good, oysters, lobster,
crabs, Itu stun cnVlRr, fresh spiced
oysters, fltiot slnoUvd hrmis, bo
lxgnits itud mnoked bef, York stn'e
full crooni clieeSu.KiimntlinSwl!,
Kdnni, Sapsao uild Llmbilrger.
Fine aSKrtnient of Cttkes atid bis
cuits. G. and 11. pl'kKn of nil
kinds. Plekles by thedoz-'n. You
will Ilnd just what you wunt.
UHraa nana anna m&yuj St arvjata)
taum Bxbg nswTwrjwJ tesdxa erasn asiaa qeqhIsu sf
Cor. Contro and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
all the nkws von one cbnt.
lias a larger circulation In ;HheuRiidoh than
any other paper published. Circu
lation books open to all.
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY.
"What News Gatherers Take a
Moment to Tell About.
The air Just now Is ludeued with
The amusement season opens to
Housrwlves tiro busy niaklug catsup
Business men are looking for n lively
schools are running
prophesies many storms
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY
OF TIIK A QB. CATARRHAL DKAP.VRSS
CUKHD. NO MORE USBKOR BAK-TRUM-PUTS
TKIUMl'II AT LAST.
An Infallible) remedy for the cure of
ctlarrh and dcafnes" in all its tai?e, by
one who bus been a great sulTVror from
cnUrrii and almost total deaftiBs.
No catarrh or slimy jrreen and yol ow
sticky matter discliHrRlnjr from lbs noee.
No dOiJnoM. No ringing crackling sound
in tho bead. No tnucou matter lodging in
the throat. No occasional hacking oourIi
with throwing up slimy green and yellow
sticlty matter. It l a blessing that words
For furthor information write for circu
lars. Address Frank Wortz & Co.,
Wausau, Wis. Drawer 1020. 9-12 lv
Sept. U Welsh tUptist Sunday school;
festival and social in Uouliins' opera bouse.
Sept 12. Furwell picnic of Columbia
Fancy Delaware peaohoj
Tho fomltiltie mind will soon
turned towiml the fall bonnet.
The fall styles of dress goods nro ap
pearing in the shop windows
ThliiKsto eat and tliliuis to wear
have never been cheaper than now.
Earth has no greater Joy than the
discovery of u quarter a In cutt-otl-vtst.
The amusement season will become
moro brisk as the season advances.
It won't be long till sausage and
scrapple will again put iu their ap
pearance. Mnnv people worked hard on Labor
TUly unloading schooners of beer.
The next holiday will be Thanks
How to scrapo an acquaintance
Place him under a shower bath ami, If
necessary, use a hoe.
If you lixten at night you will Ilnd
that a, great many cricket mutches are
played after dark.
Water thrown around the roots of a
horse chestnut tree twice a day, will
keep the leaves green longer.
To Dispel Colds,
HoftdichB! and Fovors, to cluanso to
BvstBtn effectually, yet gently, when cos
tive or bilious, or when the blood is impure
or sh CE'uh. to permanently euro habitual
constitution, to awaken tho kidneys and
liver lo a healthy activity, without irrilu-
tinc or weakening them, useSyrup of Firs.
A Good Oponlnar.
Thorn was a )aro audionco In Kobbins'
opera house last night to witness tho first
performance of tho Kickapoi Indians
Whon tho curtain went up Dr. Galletti,
the manager, informed tho audienco thi
be would not tolerate any disorder and that
aiybody who relu-od to obey the rule
would have his money returned and b
joctod from tho promises. Tho perform
a' ce opened with Mr. Al. Levina on the
s'ack wire. This gentleman does somt
very wonderful feats and elicited the ap
plause of tho audience. Next was Dr.
Galletti, who gsvo a very interesting ac
count of the Indians, Running Antolopf,
Wounded Wolf, Hed Dove and S otted
Eagle. Mr. Hubert Hirst thon introduced
bis very laughable marionettes. Running
Antelope did some expert rifle shooting and
was f illowed by Mr. JsUckwnll, a young
comedian and vocalist. Tho Indians gave
the hunting scene, which caused lots of
mirth. Then tho prince of funny follows,
Charles Lester, entertained the audience
with a very witty intorlude Tho enter
tainmcnt closed with a very laughable
afterpiece. The order maintained was lh
best over sen in town on such occasions.
Dr. Galletti knows h' w to maintain order.
Ho is a very fluent talker and looks out
well for his entertainment.
Is the st r ime In the matket, unit tho prlco
wiuju.i sun. rue mumviDg promptly
TIN ROOFING, SF0UTW0, ROOF PAINTING
Ami .'11 klrdsof
HJ TOSSES R.EI'LirZ.S,
kent on linnet. Dsaters spoiled. Thanking
for past favors, I remain yo ir lo oumn nJ,
"WM. Pv. PHATT,
A Cold Day.
"A Cold Dili" will bo the first attraction
at the theatre this evening. Many
cnances havo bon made in tho interior of
tho theatre and will no doubt bo appre
ciated. "A Cold Day" has created grn.it
laughter for six seasons, and this season
eurpasses all others. Many new specialties
ure introduced, and tho music is frum the
rocent operatic successes. The company is
a capable one. and includes Perkins D.
Fisher, Andy Amaun, John Duyoy, Goo,
Mitchell, W. L. Dennison, Carlotta whoso
dancing is ot the son ational kind, Jis-
ophino Amann and Edith Barton.
About 1 o'clock Sunday morning
Keitban's bakory was entered by burglars.
About ?5 In cash and a shot gun valued at
850 wore taken. Entrance to the placo was
gained by forcing open ono of the roar I
doors of the house. Tho oish was stolon I
from the till In the ttore, which was fotced
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo.
The Hest Halve In the world for Cuts
1IiiiIi.hu. Hnrt. Ulcers. Halt Itlieutn. Fever.
Wort., Tetter, Chapped Hands, (jnllolalim
Corns, mid all Hum Eruptions, una ponuveiy
cures I'llOT. or no pay required. It Is guar
sinieeritaLrivfl Derlec! Rntlbfucllon. or raoneV
refuuded. I'rloefii cents per box. For bale
Wuy Kayttonc flour. Uo careful that thr
name Lnssio & Co., Ashland, ra., is
printed on overv sack. 3-3-3taw
Gone to Shenandoah.
Doctor Harry Gallottl, of tiio Kickapoo
Indian show, camoinlothisoflicetbis morn
wig, paid his bill and took tho show ovor ti
SbenandoAb. The doctor has left a good
name behind him beoauso ho lived up to
bU advertisement and boon a friend lo
nvorybody. His work and bis actions nt
Jomesvillo at tbo time of tho great mine
accident stamped him as a man of good
and kindly impulses and it made him
many friends throughout tho region wbi
ill wish him luck whorever ho g'os.
Arrested fop rorcery.
iUxenESTEn. N. H.. Sep. 8. Henry
Prehln l under arrest hero on tbo chares
of forgery. Ho had in bis possession
several chocks on tbo Amoskoag N.
tonal nnd Merchant's National oanKs.
Treblo was arrested for forging a check
on Griffln Brothers, The chocks found
on him wero mndo payable to tho order
nf a. II. llenton. and s gned 11. X. elev
ens. Other merchants have beer
victimized by the prisoner, who came
hero from Drockvillo, N. Y., a week ago.
G-ET rrJr.i BEST.
331 S. Jardin St., Shenandoah
Fish, Oysters, Fruits,
RESH G"iODS EVERY DAY.
Would solicit part of the patronage of the
Kiileht'sOldStind. Clll'VlVTlA III 1)1
Cor. Centre and White Hts.,UULHiUi!UdU, 1 .1.
VFOLLO WAS A PERFECT NhU,
rtnFECT IN FORM I-MATCHLESS IN YARI
Bo K&xk)Bl were itte ftooltnu for ttiwrt men tb l
puojr boji at tint wersputtodraUu
r T letting
bov to learn tin
business. Apply at 21 Jorth
WANTED. A good servant clrl.
Apply to I. linuuntelu, 2J N. White
FOIl SAL 13 Old bottlPH, suitable for
boitllng cHtJiiip, tc. oan be had very cheap
at . I. A. Kellly's liquor sto e. 8aj-tr
FOR KENT. Three rooms, suitable
for club room, office, etc. Ohs and steam
fixtures. iN'ow ooller Just put lu. Apply to
Lb i Hefowlch, clothier, H, Main Ht. 0 2-tf
DEdlltABLE PBOPERTY FOR
sale. One of t he most desirable proper
tlex oii West Oak street, for hbIm on reaeonablp
terms. Apply u Rowse's grooery store, cor
ner Jardln and O streets, Hlienaudnah, Pa
TYPE WRITING. A young lady,
n giadimt-, wnis work at type writing,
i all at IIf.kai.1i offlrie, or addrets HffRALD,
Shenandoah, I'a. 8 l it
FARMS FOR SALE. Areyou look
lug lor a Inrrn? If so call on or write lo
J.J. Keluer, Frnclcvllle, l'u as to where they
aro located and for teruif.
i i i i
We are selling out our entire stoct of Ladles',
Ml.isoh' uud CUlldren's
to make room for our fall goods, already or
dered. In fAot, we ero determined to
clear evtrytblng out. Including
a large lot of Men's
Mining and Rubber Boots.
Theo goods must be sold, and no reasonable
offer will be refused for them. This Is no
humbug, an what we aovertlsewe
me, in. Tue people will now
hive an opportunity to
Secure Genuine Bargains.
Come early belore the sizes are broken.
A few patterns of White Embroidery,
Flouncings, Plain and Plaid Muslins,
Pineapple Cloths, Satteens, Chintzes,
also remnants of Prints, Ginghams,
and Dress Goods of all kinds, which aro
oftercd regai'dless of cost to clean out.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
"I- tTrril'f! t ff f Hit! 1 1 III, iflltftffl II i H
.yFJ. Boston Boot and Shoe Stoic
Tlie days have long since past whon a business man's content
To neither npur norbridle hU business In lis beet
To keep all tblDg a-mnvlng If tlie spirit of the hour.
And hustle up the ciuto'.u with an honest bargain's power.
Stagnation is tho horror of an vone engaged in trade. It's the nimble six
pence that brings the pr fits. V will make things move this week, even If
ordinary conditions aro not favorable, by drives in special lines. Look here 1
Neclttles worth 606, for 25c: Men's Bomet Shirts worth GOo, for 23c; Men's all-wool Panti
tor 8-1.00; Children's Salts for 80c. A few Men's Light Chovlot Suits lor hall their value. And
everything else you will find at a bargain.
in&trtng from NERVOUS DE-
jiiLixx, 1.GII or tailing uu
hood, fhyilcal Exeeslfl. ManUl
Vorrv. Stunted DiTtlontnent. or
HH7 FER80N AT. WEAKNESS, titll
reitorad to FEEFEOT HEALTH mi
tho NOBLE VITALITY of STH0BQ
MEN, tne Frldo ana rower or n&uosi.
Wo claim by years of practice by
our exclusive, tnethorifl a uniform
filonOrOLT orsucocaa" in ircec
In? all XUlsaieB, Weakceiieiand
Car. Main and Oak Streets, Shunandoah,
AUictlontof Men. Testimonial!,
-" - I frrmfiORtntos and Territories.
OUR NEW BaORSiiifinTjilSjfSS
It while roaean. Full Eiptntloni for HOME TEEAT
MGNT. Too eta bi FULLY BE3T0BED tui Thone&Ddl
tiAvabtanbrnt. Rtad eurteitlmo&UU. Addrcinatocce
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Whsre ha will be plea.cd to meet the wants
oi ins inenos aua ine puunc in
IMG L'O1HD1H0 Jieer 1 1 Everything in the Drinking Line.
1'. J FCRQUSOX, 2IANAGKK.
has secitrud the agency for the
BUUY.EISES and EXPORT 8EERS
RICHARDS & CO.
OPEXIXG OF THE SEASON
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, '91.
Fisher's Company ot Comedians In tho merry,
Kdltorlal ChanBO In Philadelphia.
PniLADELpniA. Sen. 8. The most Im
portant nowspaper change announced In
this city for some tlmo has Just xccurrei
In the rublio Ledger offlco. Mr. Wllllan
V. McKean, for npora thar u years in
managing editor, has retired, and is suc
ceeded by Li. UlarKo.uavio, r, iicivcan,
will continue on the staff of the' Ledge
nt full pay nnd will write occasional ami
cles. Tho announcement Is made thai
Mr. Goorge W. Clillds will himself hero-
after be editor in chicr.
Rettigs Beer, Porter,
AND CONTINENTAL ALES.
ORDERS OAN HE LEFT WITH
Best work done at Ilrennan's steam
laundry. Everything white and spotless.
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar
The place to buy your school books cheap is
Also Jcholar's Companions, nook. Straps,
dcuoui JiUK. .lauieiv, eiu. x.vur uuu(
and anythliiK required In tichool.
Slates, penelN. etc., sold re
tail nud wholesale.
Books Suitable for East and West MaknoyTwp.
Don't (orget the place If yon wish to cave
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Centre St., Shenanaoah.
A Tenant's Victory.
Mrs. Joseph Bosch was mod for assault
and battery by ono of her tenants, Mrs.
Hopkins. Tho parties had a difficulty
about rent and Mrs. Bosch cut off the
water supply and pushed Mrs. Hopkins
from the hydrant. 'Squire Dangler held
that Mrs. Botch had no right to cut off tbo
water uud the latter sottled the case- by
paying tho costs.
Fancy Bartlott poars, 75 cents per baske',
at Ooslett's. 8-22-tf
Manager Sampsell's base ball olub went
I to II izloton yesterday to try concluiions
with the Y. M. O. A. club of that place
and returned homo defeated by a score of
Now Fruit Store.
Coskloy Bros, havo purchased tbo fruit
and grcon truck business at Knight's old
stand, on East Centre street. The stand
will hereafter be headquarters for the finest
fish, oysters, fruits and vegetables. Give
thom a call. Their prices will suit you.
Go to Coelett's fur your proicrvlug fruit,
William Davis & Bro, hivo bought tb
creamery on "West Centro street heretofore
conducted by F. B. Mull and will bo
pleased to receive a continuance ot tho.pati
ronago. The best cream, mdk, butter, led
cream, etc., will always be kept cn band,
"A COLD DAY
ALSO flOEST FOft
SIXTH SUCCESSFUL SEASON.
New Songi-New Daucos Sew Music.
SOL. ll.UK, 120 S. UAIK ST.,
who will promptly 111' all orders for
Shenandoah uud vicinity.
PRICES OF ADMISSION, 25, 35, 60c,
735 snuM.SnW JjjTSi
The name of A. C. YATES
& CO. is a household word
The quality of our goods has
bunt up our popularity.
ior tiio connno- jtn ana
Vinter we havo manufactured
a stock that is sure to please
Novelties and standard fabrics
aro hero in plenty, and price.
STitAwsshnwihe way the wind wows, bm style, quality and making have
they don't show what hard blows we have W j 1
beeustrlklneauiriwbal prloes. Some bats ail rt'UUtVUU UlU IJUIHUIUU uaiu
ore dear at any price; these hats are cheap at With YOUr former needs in
rinuhla tho rannev. f f what pnvera vonr head I . J .
lsnotbeoomlngtoyou, alt ihepalusyou take mintl W0 ftrO COnlldent OI meet
as to the rest ot your attire ateslmply thrown I jnrr pfCSOnt Wants
ftwav. .Homaaud see ltaw vnu will Innlrliil at
one of our GOo straw liau. There's no use In
giving any lurther description of them than
to say this they are stylish, We cut the
price down because we want to cut our stock
dowu. Another bit bargain In hats, (a our tl
black sllir bats.
IJ I Utii St. SOANLAN Sheaaadoth )
A. C. Yates & Co
Cor. l3Wtt. Chestnut Sis.
r 1 i
1.1 JV. Main Street, Shenandoah.
ROBBING OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
NORTH MAIN STKEET. SHENANDOAH,
Fall Term Begins Monday, August 31st, 1891.
W. J, OLLY, President.
Tho Leading Photographer,
NO. 14 N. WHITE ST.
The work done at this eallorv Is fullv eaual
to that done at the lare galleries of New
Yofkaud Philadelphia. Comparison Is In
vited between Ihe spedmens of his two and
inrte apuarcaoinets snown in nis winnow
and the best of work done elsewhere at five
and Six dollars.
iTDo not climb long flights ot stairs to
patronlie un eniorp-Ua run by ou' of town
oartlea wbeu belter work iuav be had of vour
30 Etttt Centre Street, SnEXJ-NVOAn,
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Confectionery
-OF ALL KINDS
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Pakted, Papered and Renovated.
No. 115 EAST CENTRE STRBBT,
Three doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Ilaskev would ln'orm his many frlonrta
and the publlo that he will cater to their wants
mine same nrai-ciass style mat ne baa done
In the past None but the best brands nr for.
elgn and domestlo wines, liquors and cigars
win oe ueib ju biuck. unoice temperanpQ
uriunn. rujHuiu Hiumtum
The eatlne bar lssuonlled with evervthlntr 1
in ine uiiiu una serrea iu tne best styiera a
Meals served at all hours. Fine private rooniJC ,
LEATHER and SHOE FUNGS
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Cents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot .
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps,
e EAST OBNTKH ST.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Mosteller's old stand,)
corner coal and Jarcllti Hts.
Mr. Bnyder will always keepMn stook a: tine
line of boots and shoes.
Custom Worlc and Rcpnlrlug:
done in the best style. He guarantees to sell
cueuper man competitors on Main street Who
uv; uiji rents to pay, ana guarantees a genu'
mo bargain on every purchase.
Dealer in all kinds ol
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and fl rat-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Fyrgnson Housebuilding, SHENANDOAH, PA.
The Cheapest Place !
TO BUY .
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hosiery, Ek ,
OHARLES : YAROWSKY'S,
2 West Centre Ht., Bhenandoab.
Q M. HAMILTON, M,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
53 West Lloyd Street, Hhenandoau-