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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All Wuds of potted meats, fish,
canned goodi", oyster, lobsters,'
crabs, Ilu'Klfin caviiir, fresh spiced
oysters, fluent stnoktd lintus, bo
lognas and Binokcd hM, York state
full cream oheese,lJti(vntlial, Swiss,
Edam, rJiisfUro and Mmburger.
Fine assortment of cakes and bis
cuits. O. and U. plklea of nil
kinds. Pinkies by tlieilMin. You
will lltid Just what you want.
!aXu"7,u,X02E J3JEHEII "Dark
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald".
ALL Till? NEWS FOU ONE CENT.
Has a larger circulation In '.Shenandoah than
any other paper published. Ulrou
lntlon hooks open to nil.
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY,
What News Gathorora Talco a
Moment to Toll About.
A peg driven in the sole of the shoe
will prevent crenKing.
The public schools of UiIb town nro
largely aiienueii tins term.
The dogs have had their day, and
now tuu leaves win nave their turn
A frost or two and Hih boys will bo
out In the country after cliestnuts.
The ily and the mosquito will soon
be compelled to mini winter quarters,
The horto chestnut tree is being re-
lelviMl or its crop bv tue small boy.
The buckwheat crop is beingcutand
soon wo can nave tne uucKwiieutcuke,
Iu this age of free schools and chufip
books, ignorance has no excuse for
The last roso of summer will soon be
faded and gone, but antiiiiiu llowers
are witli us in great profusion.
A perfume lamp, which burns col
otitic, anil en rends a delichtful seen
about tlio room, Is the latest household
The long evenings are coining oil
apace. Kubsurlbe lor a good paper
like the Ur.HA.i.D and spend your time
Willi your family.
Boine men sleep well because they
have good consciences and others sleep
Just as well because tuey baven't any
conscience at an.
Alva's Brazilian Hrcclflo Co., 8 Wnll street
M. Y. Gentlemen : I take pleasure lu testi
fying to thecurallTO powers of your Cue-us
juoou uure. wmcn nus renevea ine 01 mus
cnlar rheumatism ot Ions miuhUiil'. I w..f
troubled terlouily by dyxprpsla as well, lioni
which, I nni pleaded to tlalo, It has also cured
Assuring you that I shall recommend your
racuiciue lo hit irienns, j. am.
1 ours respectnillv.
Dec 0. 1600. 310 Ninth HI.. Urockls-u. N. Y
Bold ul Klrlln'H Drug Ulore.t'crsubuu iiouto
Pay Your Taxoa.
Notico is hereby Rivon that all personam
arroars for 1689-DO.taios must mnko fettle-
mont at once, as the unilorHned is deter
mined to make bis collections compieto in
tho near future, even if arrests must bo ro
sorted to. Ourist. Sohmiiit,
910-tf Tax Colloctor.
Bucklon'a Arnica Salvo.
Tho liest Halve In tho world for Cuts
llrulies, Bore. Ulcers. Halt lthenm. Fever,
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chllolalnis
Corns, aud allSkln Eruptions, aDd positively
cures I'ilos, or no pay requlrtd. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satltraetlon, or money
refunded. Price 125 cents per box. For sale
oy u. Ji. iiugenbucn.
Oct. 0. Supper in Hobbins' oporabouso
under tho auipico of Ladies Aid Socloty,
No. 13, auxilliarr to Sons of Veterans.
uctouor u. Suppor, ltobuins' opera
houso, under auspices of tho English Dap
Charles iiuichill U now locatod at corner
of Main and Coal etroi-ts, Shern.ndoah
IJeftular meals, at popular prices, served
any nmo. iauies dining ana roiresnmon
rooms attached. 9-14-tf
At tho Same Prloo.
All persons lioldint; duplicate checks fo
photographs can have th same promptly
finhhod at Keagoy's art studio at tho same
price Ilomomber we are on tho first floor,
Do yon snfler with Consumption, Coushs or
ColdsT You can bo cured (f you take Pan
Tina Cough and Consumption Cure. 2'iuuil
bices.ts. Trial bottles iree at Klrlln'Bdrue
Best work done at llrennan's eleam
laundry. Everything whito and spotless.
Laco curtains a specialty. AH work guar
antixkl. The place to buy your school books cheap is
Also Hoholar's Companions, llnok Htrnps.
Bouool Hags, Tablets, eto. Kverythlna
auduuytliluKivqulredln school, '
blates, penalls, etc., hold re
Bjoks Saifalilo fur East anil West Maliaooj Twp.
Don't forget the plaoo ir you wish to savo
L'HAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Centra St., Shonanooah.
I SCHOOL BOOKS.
. S. Olarkson AdmlnlBtors u, Ro-
buko to Somo Nowspaporo.
Mr. Clarksou.cliHirman of theltopub
can National Executive Committee,
lucldently speaking of the vindication
of Russol 11. Harrison by Messrs. Cou'
noruud Collls lrom the foolish ohargt-s
n regard to his attempt to fteuru a
loan of money from tho Western Is a-
tlontil bauk, said: "To my miud the
spectacle of so many American news
papers continually assaulting tins
oung gentleman is little tliort of con-
temntible. Nearly overy ttaper one
picks up has some allusion, attempted
wit and covered uialico, lu reference to
1 1 in . It Is neither fair nor, manly
journalism. The place of a Presidents
sou is dilllcult to 1111 at best, kvury
resident's son has had to bear the
burden of constant comment and
"The son of President Harrison has
never let tho fact of his father being
President fix his place lu life. He Is
working out his own career. Indepen
dent of his father. Instead of being
an elegant loafer, leading a lire oi leis
ure about the Whito House, he is now.
as before his father's election, busily at
work for hlm'clf and ins own family.
Ho is 111 several business enterprises,
originated by himself and depending
on liiniBBlf. He is a hard worker.
"I know of few young men who put
u moro hours' workaday. Indeed, he Is
peti'larly Individual and Independent
and ilnds pride in depending on his
own exertions. His industry and his
willingness to achieve his own career
and care for his own family, and to
ask no odds nnd no favors for being a
Presidents son, ouch t to save him from
wit which is malicious and comment
which Is cruel. Indeed, I think it is
n. tlnaexauitile that the President's
son Is showing lo jithersous In earning
his own living and being the architect
"If he does show loyalty to Ids father
and pride in tnai'resideut," continued
JNlr. uiarKsou, -so mucu mo oeiier.
God save us Xrom the day when loving
lovaltv of son to father shall not be
the rule and the habit in America.
Aud I have never been able to. under
stand why the X)emocratio and Inde
pendent press lias not ueeu wining tq
treat President Harrison's family us
fairly as the Republican press treated
President Cleveland's family.
"Democratic miners (lid not treat
Mrs. Cleveland more chivalrously than
the Republican papers. Mrs. Harrison
as a noble wife and dutiful mother
wears a doublo crown where Mrs,
Cleveland so beautifully and grace
fullv. to the admiration of the Ameri
can people, wore tho diadem of a proud
aud loving wne.
"No American woman has honored
the homo and all that is sweet and
beautiful inhuman life aud borne life
more than Mrs. Harrison. She Is
woman who honors, by overy title of
wortu ami lojaity and intelligence,
the name of American womanhood,
and is, in her own right of personal
worth and personal excellence, worthy
to be a President's wife. Her life Is so
quiet aud modest, so good hearted and
unallected as to disarm euvy and com
pel admiration. Yet this woman, who
is so respected, in overy reuneu Ameri
can home, and who fills so quietly aud
yet so worthily such a high place in
American social life, was treated dur
ing her recent visit to Now Yqrk by
several JNew vori? papers in a manner
and with a freedom and thoughtless
ness or comment which was neither
smart, norjiistlflablenorexcusable, but
simply moan, not lo say brutal.
"As n newspaper man, proud of ray
class, I was ashamed of such conduct
and such unchiviilrous and ungenerous
behavior in leading American news
papers, aud I have wanted to say f-o.to
somebody in plain terms', and so I say
It to the 600,000 readers of the iVjs
paper always iair, courteous anu
manly; and. therefore, a paper Worthy
of the respect of overy American who
would see every body treated fairly
anu an goou women treated court
eouBly." N. Y. 1'ress.
AI.I.EN ron QOYEHNOn.
TOia Young CoBfrrritmun Qts the Mtuso-
Bostox, Sep. 17. The Hon. Charles H,
Allen, of Lowell, rocolvod tho Republican.
nomination for Governor on tho first bal
lot in tho convention here.
The oonvention was hold in Tromont
Toinple, which was filled at an oarly
hour. Henry Cabot Lodge was elected
permanent president. Mr. xxidge mauo
speech of great length, covering most of
the national and local questions of tho
day. Fresldont Harrison' name and the
allusion to protection was received with
tumultuous approval, wlillo Jlr. Blaine
and reciprocity wero cheered to the echo,
For Governor tho total number ot
votes east was 1.231: necessary to
choice 014. Crapo bad 010, Alien 718,
Hale 1, Lodco 1 and QrecnhalRO 1. Mr.
Knowlton of Now Bedford moved that
tho nomination ot Allen be unanimous,
The motion was tumultuously carried
Those Stato offloers wero nominated ty
acclamation: William II. llale oi Spring,
field for Lieutenant-Governor, William
II. Ollvo of Boston for Secretary of th
Commonwealth, Goorgo A. Mardon of
Lowell for Treasurer. Albert E. Plllsbury
of Boston for Attorney-General, and John
w. jumuaii oi lltchburg (or Auditor.,
There will bo no lack of 'u aupply of
Bimer krout next winter.
Arreatotl rr Altering the llooUs.
NomiisTOWN, la.. Sen. 17. W. F.
SliuftlulT lifts been nrrsstod on a warrant
sworn out by Albert Longakor, a director
of the; Montgomery Trust Uomuaiiy,
charging him with altering tho books of
that company and appropriating . $180,
000 of its fundi to bis own use.
Killed In n Colliery.
Siiamokin. Pa.. Sen, 17. John Brovey
was instantly killed at tho Springfield
Cplllory during tho day. Ho was firing a
shot when ft rush of conl oScurred, com1
plotely covering mm ana also injuring
John SonBskl, a fellow-laboror.
Dlutl or Hydrophobia.
Sai.ei. Mass.. Saut. 17. Chnrlcs A.
Woodbury dlnd here last evening of hy
drophobia. He wiij bitten by a dog
nbout six week ago and takon with
symptoms of. hydrophobia about a wcok
Nomliiatod by lhllalclphlu llopublloans.
Piiii.adewma, Pa., Sop. 17. The, Bu-
pubtican County Convontlon nominated
ffuorua D. McQronrv for City Treasurer.
and William G. Shields for Register of
BENJ. J. SMITH,
110 South Mam St., Shenandoah.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE !
I hereby give notice that I will coll at public
sale an my nousenoia gooas, conbisi
lng of the following goods:
Parlor Suit. Bedroom Sets, Chairs
and nil sncb eoods ab are found Inn well
furnished bouse. The above cuoda mu.t be
oiu hi once.
MRS. JACOB HENTZ.
TAtryest and OUest
Reliable Purely Cash Companies
120 S. Jardm St., Shenandoah, Pa.
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Painted, Papered and ReiiOTated.
No. lis I5AHT C15NYRXS BTRGET,
Three doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Sir. Ilaskev would Inform his mnnv frlpnrts
aud the pubilu that he will cater to their wants
in ine same ursi-ciass style mat ne has done
lu the past. None hut the best brands of for-
will bo kept In slock. Cbolco temperance
uuutta. rmnuiu bllltK Uld
The eating bar Is supplied with everything
In the eutlmr linn served in thu beat. kivIb.
Meals tervtd at nil hours. Flno private rooms
W, S. SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Hosteller's old stand,)
Corner coal niuljnrtllu HI a.
Mr. Bnydcr will always keeplin etock a;flue
iiUU lil UUULS uuu suues.
Custom Worlc nud Uepnlrlnjf
done in tho best style. He gnarunteca to sell
cheaper than competitors on Main street who
liuvu uig renin to pay, ana gnaraauw a genu
niK-..l.i v. .... I
Q. M. HAMILTON, M.DN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OffloeBa Weet Lloyd Btreet, Hhenandoah
T?OR SALE-Old bottles, suitable for
X? boltllng catsup, Ac; can bo had very cheap
at J. A. Iteflly's 1 lquor sto e. 8 20-tf
WANTED Good sowers to learn
dressmaking. Apply nt room No. 4,
FOR RENT Three rooms, suitable
for club room, office, etc. Gas and fctcam
fixtures. New boiler Just put lu. Apply to
1,0 Tl llotowlcl), clothier, 8, Mala HU 9 Z-tf
WANTED. A good girl to do gen
eral homew, rk. Apply nt Kelly's mil
llnrry store, 58 8-julh Mafn street, Hlienan
doah 1)16 41
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of tho most desirable propor
tion on West Oak street, for salt) on reasonable
toruis. Apply at Kowse's grocery store, corr
aer Jardla aud Oak streets. Uheuaudoau, Pa.
TYPE WRITING. A young lady,
a graduati, wnts work at type writing.
ullat HEKAi.noltlce. or address ucrald.
Mhenandoah, I'm 8 1-tl
FARMS FOR BALE. Areyou look
ing lor a furm? If so call On or writo to
J. Keliler. rackvlllo. t'n.. as to where they
ro located nud for terms. 822-tf
FOR HALE. A beautiful double
rod Iron fence, suitable for fenclne ceme
tery lots.or fiifcata around '.wlllnes.' In
quire of Presbyterian church irnoiees. 91) tf
FOR BALE. A nice 28 acre farm
for mlo. Hlx miles from Hhenandoah.
lieautlfollr sltnated on a DUhllo road Oood
dwelling. Qoodbara. Fruit Ircts beginning
lo near, ah young, npienuia stream oi
water running through t be tbo land. This Is
a good chance for-a man who wants a small
ru-in, Inquire of Ja-ts U. Hultoa, post
oflloe bnlldlrg, room 6. W)tr
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
ship. Nolle Is hereby given that the
firm of fjuudhr dc Hooks heretofore exUtlns
and doing huslne'S In the borough of 8hn.
andoah has been this day dissolved. Mr. 13.
I' Laudlg, the senior member of tho firm,
retiring. The busings wi 1 hereafter be con
ducted by F. W. Ilooksand Hlchard li.Hrown,
composing me nrm or jiooks urown, who
assume nil noiigaiions ,oi ine oia nrm ana to
whom all bills duo that Arm houldbopald,
r. w. JIOOKS
Iticii.Min L. llnowN.
Bhenaudoah, Pa., Sept. 11.IS91.
CTIIAWB show lh way the wind blows, but
they don't show what hard blows we have
been striking at straw hat prices. Somo bats
are dear at any price; these hat are cheap at
double the money. If what covers your head
Is not becoming to you, all the pains yon take
as to the rest of your attire areslmply thrown
away. Come and sea how you will loot lit
one of ourJWo btr.iw tints. There's no uso In
giving any further description of them than
to say this they aro stylish. We cut the
price down because we want to cat our stock
down. Another big bargain In hats Is our 31
black sllff hats.
13 S, Mala SI, S0ANLAN Sbeoaoioifc
LEATHER and SHOE FIHKS
dp. J". oXiis.A.iRrsr,
Dealer In all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies
Large and flrst-olasa stoolr.
All Demands of the Trade Supphea
18 W. CENTRE BT.,
Ferguson Houso building, SHENANDOAH, PA,
Fish',' Oysters, Fruits
FRESH GOODS EVERY DAY
Would solicit part of the pitronagoof tho
Cor.en tre an dV
PETER CECCHIM & BRO.'S
111 EABT OKNTHI3 BT.,
For Fino Pears and Best California Grapes.
HEST CELERY IN TOWN.
J0HM H. EVANS' SALOON,
S6 E. CENTRE BT., SHENANDOAH
FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE.
Fin eat brands of clears always on hand.
A fow patterns of Whito Embroidery,
, Plpuncings, Plain and Plaid Muslins,
Pineapple Cloths, Satteons, Chintzes,
also ' remnants of ' Prints, Qingliams,
and Dresa Goods of all kinds, which are
ottered regardless of cost to clean out.
J. J. PRICE'S Old
1 I t (
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
Shenandoah Business College I
2JORTH MAIN STEEET, SHENA2TDOAH,
''all Term Begins Monday, August 31st, 1891.
W. J, SOLLV, President.
First National Bank
A. W. Leisenrmg, Pres.,
P. J., Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrmg, Cashier,
S. IV. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST I
Paid ou Savlnsu ncposltu.
The Leadiny Photographer,
NO. 14 N. WHITE ST.
The work done at this eallerr is fullv ooual
to that done at the laruo galleries of New
York and Philadelphia. Comparison a in
vited between the specimens of hU two and
thrte dollar cabinets shown In his window
and the .best of work done elsewhere at five
and six dollars.
AirDo not climb long flights of stairs to
patronize an enterprise run by out of town
parties when better work may be had of your
Pure Ice Oream 1
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Orders promptly attended to. Tartlcular at
tention pnm 10 nans, 1'jcnics,
NOUTH MAIN STREET,
Near Corner ofJLloyd, SHENANDOAH, PENNA
The Cheapest Place !
Genls' ForaisWng Goods, Ilosicry, Etc,
OHARLES : YAROWSKY'S,
HOUSE BUILDING .
Tho name of A. 0. YATES
& CO. ia a household word.
The quality of our goods has
built up our popularity. , ,
ll or tho coming J all ana
Winter we have manufactured
a stock that s suro to please.
Novelties and standard fabrics
are hen? in plenty, and price,,
style, quality and making nava
all received our personal care,'
With your former needs m
mind we aro confident of meet
ing present wants,
A.C. Yates & Co.
Cor. 13th & Chestnut Sts.
GKET T3HEE BEST-
tk."HEVl BROADWAV" RANGE
Is the beet range In the market, and the price
will Just suit. The following promptly
TINR00FINO, SPOUTING, ROOF PAINTING:
Andall kinds of
kentonhand. Dealers snnnlled. Thankln
for .past favors, I remain yours to cominind.
"WM. K. PRATT,
7-0-Om 331 S. Jardln St., Shenandoah
SO East Centre Street, SIIXHiTAtrD OA H.
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Cosfcctiunery I
-or ALT. KIND3,-
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Capa and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps.
O BAST OHNIBH ST.
Has removed to Bill Jones 'old stand
17 BOTJTH MAIN STREET,
VT her he will be plented to meet the wants
o( bis friends and the publlo In
Everything la the Drlnkkg Hto.
T . EJWestpontre St., Shenandoah.