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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All bind of potted nients, fisli,
council j;poJs, oyntern, lobsti'--,
crabs, Ru-slan (.'avlar, fresh Bpl( ed
oysters, iltiMt smoked liatns, bo
logniib and smoked bof, York statu
full cream chceiKKmantliaSwU,
Edam, 8tiiiio and t.lmburper.
Flue nssortmeiit of cukes and bis
cuits. O. hik) 11. plikhm nf nil
kinds. Pickliti by tlidoz-n. You
will HudJuM what you want.
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
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The Evening Herald.
AM. Till! NEWS I'Olt ONB CKST.
Hana larger circulation In Shenandoah than
any other paper published. Circu
lation honk "pen to all.
AFFAIRS OATJGHT HASTILY.
What New Gtxtliorers TaKe a
Moment to Tell About.
Golden rod blooms.
ISutterilles are Hitting.
Moonlight evenings are bcre.
liutterinilk In a heallhy drink.
Time now to pot flowers for winter.
The fall flowers are now coming into
Frostp will soon knock out the fly
Grapea are a healthy fruit and cheap
A Kim Ih like a mule, when It la
overloaded it kicks.
Experience is the cream of life, but
It sours with age.
Mot men are charitable and in
diligent to themselves.
The Intent In clothing Is a special
xeil pocxet lor mo loumaiu pen.
The love of the man who marries
for money is founded up in the rociss
Doctors nro buiy mending systems
that have breu shattered ny vacation
A felon is not a desirable thine to
liavo, but it 1' always on lmuu when
you don't want It.
There are many foul smells about
the town that come from foul places
that ought to be abated.
Theovster has come to stay, and
there will be a growing demand for
-the flve-mlnute slews.
The best way to live is to castaway
troubles and contention, which can
not bo cured by fretting.
Many housekeepers are putting up
an extra quantity of preserves this
i-eaenii, because, say they, there will be
u scarcity of fruir. next season.
To Dlspol Colds,
Ilpadschon and Fevers, to cWnso tvo
system effectually, yot gently, whon COS'
two or bilious, or when the blood is impuro
ortlucirish, to permanently euro habitual
eonstlnillon. to awaken tho kidnoya and
livor to a healthy activity, without irrita
tine or weakoiiitiKthem, use Syrup of Figs.
At tho Samo Prlco.
All persons holding duplicato checks for
lihotogrHphs can hava tho tamo promptly
finished at Ivosiroy'g art studio at tbo samo
price, ltemeuiber wo aro on tho first floor.
William Davis & liro. liavo boURlt tho
creamory on West Contro 6troot borctoforo
mnduDted bv K. IJ. Mull and will bo
ploased to roceivo a continuanco of tho pat'
ronatro. Tho best cream, milk, butter, ico
cream, etc., will always bo kept on hand.
Bucklon's Arnica Salve.
Tim Usui. H.ilvo In tho world for C
Uralses, Bores, Ulcers, Halt Uheum, Fever,
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chllulalns
Uorus. ana nuwaiu r.rupuuus, nun iu,iiivei
cures Piles, or no puv reoulred.
ii is tfuuv
nntecdtn give perfect satisfaction,
refunded, l'rlca 25 cents per hox.
by U. II. uageubneh.
Sopt. U. Welsh Baptist Sunday Echool
foUival and social In Kobbins' opera houso,
Sept. Vi. Farewell picnic of Columbia
Tho URlioit man will rocoivo a prize at
Itobblns' opora houso Saturday night. Ad
ml slon, 10 cnts. 0-10 3t
liuy Keuittone flour. Da careful that the
name Lkssiq fc Co., Ashland, l'a.,
printed on overv sack. 8-VHaw
Bost work done at Urcnnan's steam
laundry. Kverytbins whito and spotless,
Lico curtains a specialty. All work guar
Tho place to buy your school books cheap
Also Hcholar's Companions, Hook Htraps
and anything required In school.
Hlates, peuelli, etc, sold re
tail und wholesale.
Books Suitable for East and West JlahanoyTwp.
Don't forget the place If you wish to cave
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Centre St., Shenanooah.
A Budget of Interesting Articles
on oil Topics.
An celt Volpl was fatally shot by
fiwis Hoar while eft'lngapidoi on the
latter' farm near Serauton. Hoar
was arrested and lodged in Jail,
.loeonh. the 10 ycrnr old son of
Thomas O'Connor, of Ileckscherville,
dieil at noon yesteiuay, from iv
mullcnant form of dlptherla. Toe
fuuerul will tako place to-morrow
The l'ottsvtlle sehonl board decided
last nlL'Ut that mechanical drawing.
short hand and typewriting should be
added to the curriculum of the Com
Nicholas Weaver, one of the oldest
and best known of the .Lehigh Valley
railroad engineers, died at his home in
Maueii Chunk yesterday.
Engine f77, a dirt-burner, built by
the Lehigh Valley IHIioail Company
at Weatherly, recently haudled 101
gondola cars equal to 303 ordinary six
Ion coal cars from Bethlehem to
Puckerton in three hours. This is the
irreatest haul yet recorded on the
The Silver Brook Coal Company is
having a large breaker built in the
v cluity nf Old Silver Brook on h tract
of land leased fiotn tho Philadelphia
and Heading Company. There are
twoirood veins of coal in that vicinity
to be mined and to do this will require
many years of labor.
Judge Rockafeller, iitSuubury. gave
notice Hint nereauer applicants ir
naturalization would be compelled to
have a general knowledge of the con
stitution of the United States. Good
for J udge Rockafeller.
A Hungarian employed at the
Hickory Rldgo colliery, Shamokln,
had nn nrm torn oil and his side
lacerated by the exnlosiou of a piece
of dunlin Saturday evening. The
man had it in bis pocket and as he
was walking home tripped and fell on
The Grand Jury found a true bill,
yesterday, against Tallie Morgans,
editor ol me. l'copie, a auriuiiuu -ru-hibitiou
orgau, charged by Charles E.
Steel, with libel. Mr. Steol, who Is
State Secretary of the Good Templars,
in charged by morgans wun supply
ing the citizens of Minersville with
beer at a bamiuet oml reception given
in his honor, after his return ltoin
Two sisters of Ida Whltner, wliowm
IcilUd on the "Heights" at l'ottsville
Moudav night, when Informed ot ine
rciinihtances 01 uieir sisters uuuu
id her life of shame, reinsert to nave
anything to do with the disposition of
the remains. They reluctantly viewed
ilin licnlv anil sliorliv niter leir, lor
their homes at Newtown and Donald
son. The body was taken to the
IniBliouso cemetery, where it was
TCiirliteeii hundred dollars is looked
11 uon as a large sum for the borough of
Hazieton to pay l's auneriuieuueni. 01
public schools. Tho board of dlrec-.
Ioib are not conipeneu 10 pay uiu u
peilntendent Ihu Increase unless
it sees ill to do so, nor is Supt. liar
mini (fortunately for himself) com-
nn etl 10 continue in me service ioi
any less. The work of a school su
Tinrlntendentls not to be measured by
tlie worn 01 man uoiug nmiium mum
nor to thut of a book-keeper. These
men have a certain amount of labor
to perform daily. The echool super
intendent, llrst of all, spends years at
i-cliool nnd thousands of dollars to lit
himself for tho place, and must meet
all emergencies, oft times requiring his
entire nt entlon from early morning
until late ut night. Jiazicion stand
THINK HE WAS MURDERED.
Tho Lone llrniich Hoy's Remnlns at Last
Identified lly Ills Sisters.
I,o.vo IbtANcn, Sep. 10, The body of
the young man who was found hanging
by tho neck from tho painter of a fishing
boat on tho bench Sunday, August, 10,
lias been identified as that of George
Will, a German, 17 years old, of New
His sisters necrina and Hnnnnli Will,
who live with another brother
nnnied John nt 70 Market street.
Newark, identified tho effects of
the dead youth as those ot their brother
uoorgo. They ware of opinion that their
brother had been murdered, but all the
clrcumstunces point to suicide.
Ueorge Will was nn orphan nnu worKoa
In a baker's shop in New York. For
two weeks before his doath he occupied a
furnished room at IM tast Kiguty-eev
Ato Poisonous llerrles nnd Died.
Stonkham, Mass., Sep. 10. Whllo on
a visit to her nephew hero Miss Cathorlna
Look, aged 70, and Miss Jane J. Look,
need 7ii, ot Uharlostown, Mass., tops
stroll in tho woods. They came across a
plant resembling an elderberry plant and
both partook quite freely of the root and
bark. They became very ill shortly after
and died la-st evening. Another woman
ate some of the root and became very ill
but It U thought sho will recover.
Strike on Louisville & Nnshrllle.
Nashville, Tenn., Sop. 10. A strike
of freight conductors on thu Nahvlllo &
Decatur division ot the Loulsvillo& Nash
villa Railroad has occured, owing to tho
company s uecumng to reinstate a man
who was discharged for refusing to tako
out his tra;n.
Cider will be cheap next winter.
BENJ. J. SMITH,
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will ho n'oa edlo meet iho wants
of Ins lrlcnds and the jiiii'llo 1 a
Everything in the Drinking Lino.
GET THE BEST.
The m BROADWAY" RANGE
Ih thfl 'teH lanao In the market, and theprlco
will Jim suit. The Pillowing promptly
TIN ROOFING, SPOUTING, ROOF PAINTING
And all kinds of
kept on hand. Dealers supplied. Thanking
for past favors, I remain yours to command,
M. B. PRATT,
331 S. Jardtn SI., Shenandoah
Fish, Oysters, Fruits,
FRESH G?0DS EVERY DAY.
Would solicit part of the p.itronago of tho
Knight's OM stuid. PlipV ivrifi II! Ill
Cor. ce.ilre and Whltu bts.,ollb'A''l'uilIl 1 il
No Combine Beer !
has secured the agency for tho
UUWEISES and EXPORT BEERS
RICHARDS & CO.
ALSO AOENT TOR
Rettigs Beer, Porter,
AND CONTINENTAL ALES.
ORDERS CAN HE LEFT WITH
SOL 11AAK, 120 S. MAIN ST..
wbo will promptly All all orders for
Shenandoah and vicinity.
0 th y rt'ui
li"wii Wiiv 1 he find blowy, but
'I show w in' h'irri blows we have
been sirlkinMiatstrw hst pic. Mnmebat
are dar at uy price; thefl "la's are clieap at
drrbl 1 lie money. If what covers your head
Is not b-cimltig 'oyou. all Ui iiiua ;Utako
as to lue ml ol your attire aresiinplj thrown
awav. (loineand so'' how yon will Wo In
one ol o ir Sm str-w nin.. Tlr'ie t uu use In
giving any lurther description of them than
to say this they aro stylish. We cut the
price down because we want to cut our stock
down. Another big bargain in hats Is our 51
black stiff hats.
19 S, Main St. S0ANLAW ShensnJoal
Dr. Grosvonor's ,
Gl4t fwfci rtUf
lthenmAU.m. nmiMM. ,lnri.anit Inmli.Mil
TOR SAL K Old bottles, suitable for
U holding cwtniip, Ac, can he had very cheap
t .1. A. Keiuy'a liquor sto o. 8 36 if
XfTANTED Good sewers to learn
II dress making. Apply.it rooms No. 4,
FOR RENT. Three rooms, suitable
for Pllltl rrmm. nrtlra nfn. fins nnrl sfnaiTi
fixtures. Mew holler Just put In. Apply lo
Levi Ilefowleh, clothier, Si Main Bt. 0 2-tf
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of tho most desirable nroner-
ties on West Oak street, fur sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at ltoivse's grocery tre, oor-
ner jardlu ana Oak Blreels. Hhenandnab. l'a.
TYPE WRITING. A ynunp lady,
a grnduat' . wn' work .it type wrlMnar.
aoni mrkai.i ouice, or auureas iiiflRAT.u,
Shenandoah, l'a, K I'll
FARMS FOR SALE. Are you look
lug for a larm? If so call on or write to
I. J. Kchter. Fruckvlllo. Pa., as to where thry
aro located ami for terms. 8 22-tf
FOR HALE A benutlfnl double
rod Iroi' foncc. suitable lor fenclnc ceme-
terr lots, or f r gates aroaud 'wMllngs. In
quire of Fresbyierlan church Irnslees. 0 0 tf
I?OR SALE. -A nice 28 acre farm
J for Fale. Mic rallos from xhenandmb.
Iieaullf'illy situated on a public road Good
dwelling. O'Kidbarn. Fruit trees beginning
to near. Ml young, splendid stream ot
water ruuntnff tnrouuli the the land. Thli Is
a gnod cnance for a man who wants a smnll
nrm, inquire oi jft i ts u. iiutton, post
oHlce bulldlrg, room (f.
P.J. FEKOUHON, MANAOEn.
opexijYg of the season i
MUNUAY, bth"! hMbtK 14
the favorile melo dranaatio
JAMES H. WALLIOE,
In his latest nud grandest success,
1 The Mountain King j
Introducing his famous acting horses,
TEXAS AND PETE.
PRICES OF ADMISSION, 2o, 50, 7Cc.
We are selling out our entire Rtocfc of Ladles'.
.Hisses ana umiareu s
to make room for our fall goods, already or-
uorea. in lact. we are aeierminea to
clear everylhlug out. Including
a large lot ot Men's
Mining and Rubber Boots.
The o goods must be sold, and no reasonable
oner win ue reiusea lor mem, xnis is no
humbug, ox iiat we advertise wo
mean. The poodIo win now
have an opportunity to
Secure Genuine Bargains.
Come early belore the sizes are broken.
Won Bool and Shoe Store
Cor. Mal.i and Oak Streets. Shenandoah,
I. GOLDMAN, MllJir,
The name of A. C. YATES
& CO. is a household word.
Tho quality of our gooda has
built up our popularity.
For tho coming Fall and
Winter wo have manufactured
a stock that is sure to please.
Novelties and standard fabrics
aro hero in plenty, and price.
stylo, quality and making have
all received our personal caro.
With your former needs in
mind we aro confident of meet
ing present wants,
A. C. Yates & Co.
Cor. 13th h Chestnut Sis.
A few patterns of White Embroidery,
Flourtcings, Plain and Plaid Muslins,
Pineapple Cloths, Sattcons, Chintzes,
also remnants of Prints, GiDghams,
and Dress Goods of all kinds, which aro
offered regardless of cost to clean out.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
II 111 II r II ilMIHIIIIll ! Mm i IHIillillWI 1 1 ! HI WMIIHIHIIMPI WlWHIilll.il
The days hive long since past when n business man's content
To neither spur nor bridle Ills business In Its bent
To keep n'l tliln-a.movlng Is tin spirit of the hour.
And hustle up the 0114:0 n with an honest bnrgaln's powcir.
Rtanation is tlie borror of unyone engaged in traile. It's tbo nimble six
pence tbnt briuys tlie pr lltn. Wo will make tblugs move this week, even if
ordinary conditions amuot favornble, by drives in special lines. Look here I
Neckties worth 50c, for 23c: Men's Domet Shirts worth 00o, for Sic; Men's all-wool I'nnt3
tor S.1.00; Children's Salts for 80c. A. few lion's bight Cheviot Suits lor halt their value. And
everything elboyou will find at a bargain.
THE "FAMODS" ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER
1.1 IN. Main Street, Shenandoah.
NORTH MAIN STREET, SHENANDOAH,
Fall Term Begins Monday, August 31st, 1891.
W. J. SOX.IST, President.
The Leadino Photographer,
NO. I4 N. WHITE ST.
The work done at this gallery Is fully equal
lo thatdone at the lar,;e galleries of Mew
York and 1'liUadel, hU. Comparison Is In
vited between the specimens of his two and
three dollar cabinets sbown In his wludow
and the best of work done elsewhere at 11 vo
aud six dollars.
AjfUo not climb Ions nights of stairs to
patronize an enterprise run by cm' or town
parties when better work may be bad of your
SO East Centre Street, Sin:XJ.XnOAU.
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Coafectionery
-OF ALL KINDS
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ol
Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot
Nellie lily and Mary Anderson Caps.
e HAST OBNTB ST.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Corner Coal nut I Jarcllii Bis.
Mr. Hnyder will always keep;in stock a; due
line of boots and shoes.
Custom Work aud Repairing;
done In the best stvle. Ha cruamntees Ln sell
cheaper thn competitors on Jlulu street who
uave nig renin to pay. ana guarantees a genu
ine bargalu on every purchase.
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Pakted, Papered and Renovate!
No. 115 EAST CENTRE STREET,
Three doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Ilaskey would ln'orm his many friend)
and the publlo that he will eater to their wants
In the same Hrst-class style that he has done
In the past. None but the best brands of Jjor- ;
will be kept In stock. Choice temperances
drinks, Vine old slock ale.
Theeattnebar Is supplied with everytu
In the etln line served In the bes'. stw
Heals served at ell hours. Fine private rooms
LEATHER and SHOE EIIDIS
DP. J". CLBARY:
Dealer In all kinds ol
Shoemakers' : Supplies
Large and first-class stook.
All Demands of the Trade Suppliea
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House, building, SHENANDOAH, PA.
The Cheapest Place !
Gents' FurnisMng Goods, Uositry, Etc,
CHARLES : YAROWSKY'S
23 West Centre Ht,, Bhenandoau.
Q. W. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHrSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offioa 28 West Llnvd street. Rhnnnniln