The evening herald. (Shenandoah, Pa.) 1891-1966, October 06, 1891, Image 4

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    Seasonal Ok !
NOW OUST I
All kinda of spiocs, vinegar,
sugar, etc., for tho presorv
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
and pickling season. All p u
Sweet Pickles and Pickled
Goods, Canned Goods, Cheese,
otc, at
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
EA1S1B IXPOBT Bill, Light.
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The Evening Herald.
ALL TIIK NKWS Foil ONE CENT.
lias a larger circulation!!! Shenandoah than
any other paper published. Circu
lation books open to all.
Auluinii leaves.
October weddings.
Look out for frostB.
Council meeting to-nlglit.
Cranberries will be plenty.
Celery Is Improving In quality.
Fall overcoats will soon bo
maud.
in do
Tlioluico of the apple continues to
flow.
Rather cool last night nnd this
morning.
Pot your llowers and take them lu
at nlgbtp.
A woman desires washing. See ad
vertlsement.
Employment agency opened at Max
IteeHe's. Head advertisement under
"Wanted."
The warm September weather was
beneficial in ripening tho big com
crop,,
The trees will soon shed their sum
mer verduro and appear in their
winter garb.
An oyster shell lu tho teakettle will
prevent the formation of crust ou the
inside.
Dentists are not nil farmers, but
they live oil the achers just tho sauio,
"Oh, mnmnm," exclaimed llttlo
Johnnie, "the trees lu our yard are
getting uaiu neaueu "
An ounco of prevention is worth a
cart load of physicians' pres irlptlous
except wheh thoy call for a pint of old
ryo wuiHKy.
"Gunnowder blue" is a new color.
The girl who meets her match dressed
in that will be sure to go oil'.
Already wo have predictions
of
eorly nuu severe winter, it our
memory serves us correctly wo hnve
heard of sonio such predictions before,
Society people do forget that thero
will not be any social sets In the world
Why should olllclals spend thou
sands shooting dynamite balloons
when any ordinary teamster can draw
rein
Now Try This.
It will cost ynu nothing anil will surely do
yon goou, if yon nayo a uougu, i-oiu, or any
trouble witu mroat, uuesi or j.ungs. ur.
Kings New Dlscov.ry lor Consumption
Coughs and Colds Is guaranteed to give re
lief, or money will oe paia uaca. uiurers
from La Grippe found It Just the thing and
under Its use had u spetdy and perfect re
covery. Try a tample bottle at our expense
nna learn lor yourseit just now goou n mm
It Is. Trial botiles free at C. II. Itsgoubuch'
urug store. Large size ouc. nna st.uu.
Coming Evonts.
Octobor 0. Supper, llobbins' opera
house, undor auspices of tho English Bap
ist church.
Oct. 20. Supperln Robbins' opera houso
under tho Biupices of Ladioa Aid Society,
No. 13, auxilliarv to Sons of Veterans.
Nov. 6 Sooond annivorsnry untortaln
mont of Major Jonnln)?3 Council, No. 861
Jr. 0 U. A. it., in Ferguson's theatro,
November 20. Grand supporin Kobbins'
opera houso; bonollt of Lady llarrison
Lodgo, No. 10, A. 1 L. A.
Second hand school books bought
sold at Max Keoso's.
and
tf
7th Ponn'a Cavalry Association
Will hold thoir 11th annual rounlon
Troy, Bradford county, I'a., Tuesday and
Wednesday, October 27th and 28th, 1891,
Reduced railroad faro will bo iurnlshod by
applying to Goorgo F. Stoahlin, Orwigs-
burg, Schuylkill county, Pa.
Best work dono at Bronnan's steam
laundry. Kvorything whito and spotless.
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar,
anteod.
Fall and winter mllllnory opening at tho
Mlssos Leeelg's, 10 North Main street.
9-23-H
The worst danger about neglecting n Cough
or Colli Is Consumption, We can ahsureottr
readers tlint no medicine equals I'au-Tlnn
Co igh and Consumption Cure. Try It. Trial
bottles free at Klrllu's drug store.
Waters' Weiss boor is tho best.
Koilly solo agent.
John A
6-5.
The plaoe to buy your school books cheap is
Also Hcholar's Com)ianlons, Hook Htraps,
Hcuool Ham, Tablets, etc. Everything
and unythlng-requlred In school,
ttlnles, peuolli, eto., sold re
tall and wholesale.
Books Suitable for East and West MahanoyTwp.
Don't forget the plaoe tf you wish tosavo
money,
3VE. MBLLET;
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND,
22 East Centre St., Shenanaoah.
1 T
SCHOOL BOOKS.
I 1
REGION 'ROUND.
, Budget of Interesting Artiolos
on all Topics.
Moircle McAvoy, a young lady 10
years old residing at Mt. Carbon, wan
struck and Instantly killed Saturday
evening, within sight of her own
home, by a Heading passenger train.
William Jacobs, a well-known resi
dent and business man of Tamacjuo,
whs taken to the insane department
of tho Almshouse, at Schuylkill
Haven. Mr. Jacobs only returned
from the Danville asylum about six
months ago, where he was treated and
It was thought he had fully recovered.
He Is growing weaK anu' li is ieareu
that he cannot live long.
A strantrer who registered as E. W.
Toney, took a room at the Merchants'
Hotel at l'otlsville late Friday night.
The odor ot gas Issuing from his room
caused n guest to awauen una inane an
investigation. The man did not
answer repeated knocks upon the door
and John McManua, the night porter,
entered the room turougn a Hallway
window. The man was unconscious
and ho was removed to an open win
dow where ho soou revived. In
llftlnc his insensible form a canvas bag
seeurelv tied to his back and filled
Willi watcnes was uiscovereu. im
left tho hotel in the morning and
mysteriously disappeared. He was u
young man ot genteel bearing, ano
Homing litis ueen nearu oi mm since.
IJv the lbt of January, next, tho
Jluzleton branch, between Lioity and
Hazleton. uud tho l'ort Heading
branch, between Jiound Isrook and
Port Rending, will bo completed
Nolan Brothers have the contract tor
the grndlng and masonry work of
both these branches, and expect to
complete their part of tho contract by
November 1st. wneu tnese two
branches are completed the P. & R.
Co. will be ablo to handle its coal to
much better advantage. The coal
shipments from Coxo & Uro.'s mines
will be shipped via the Hazleton
branch, luonce down tne mam llm
and over tho Port Reading branch to
tidewater.
ihe boap
for
Hard
Water
is Lenox..
DO YOU WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
and well mnrte, fashionable clothes?
f so, call on
W. J". JACOBS
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Jardin Street, Shenandoah
Call and sea snmnlesof the latest coods nnd
tho styles. Good workmanship, promptness
aim inir pnce.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Pure Ice Cream
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and EETAIL
Orders promptly alleudfd to. Particular at-
leniion pain 10 uaus, ncnics,
Festivals, etc.
NOHTH MAIN HTKEET,
Near Corner of Lloyd. SHENANDOAH, "ENNA
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES !
AT TltHl
COFFEE I10DSE, 32 i Main SI.
Families supplied with raw oysters by the
hundred.
MRS. FKIlOUHON, Prop.
Ladies' Coats.
Largest Line in tne County
JNO.B. PRICE'S SONS
Have You Corns ?
If you have, get a pair of
solid comfort shocs,whicli
wo guarantee to give solid
comfort and solid wear.
IB 3RL OWKT,
Common Sense Shoe Store,
110 South Main St., Shenandoah.
2sTOW OZPZEZDsT!
Our Fall and Winter Slock of
LATEST SHAPES
lu Surali unil Cashmere
HATS and CAPS
They Arc Beauties !
And the Trices-woll. they will plcate you,
because tucy are jsaika. ww,
Morgan's Bargain Bazaar!
Grand Opening I
FAM. AND WIN
TKIt STYLES OP
MILLINERY
ELLAM. M'GINNISS
-No. 26-
East Centre St., Shenandoah, Pa,
The finest and largest assortment
In Hats, Bonnets and Caps at re
markably low prices. Our line of
Children's Till M MED AND UN
TUIMMED HATS
Oftnnot Too DE! cj-ul n.LX o cl
SALLIE SENIOR'S
Latest Styles
IN
Fall and Winter Millinery.
Ill N. MAIN ST., SHENANDOAH
GET THE BEST,
The "KEW BROADWAY" BAHfi
Is the best range In tho market, and the price
will Just sun, i lie inuowing promptly
attended to:
TIN ROOFING, SPOUTING, ROOF PAINTING
Andjall kinds of
STOVE X13!3IPLZX3.JS
kept on hand. Dealers supplied. Thanking
lor post, iavore, i remain yours la command
TO B. PBATT,
73m
331 S. Jardin St., Shenandoah
WALL PAPER BARGAINS
Largest and cheapest slock In town.
Artistic l'aintinsf, GraiDing and Deviating
J. P. CARDEN,
10.2-Cra 22nV.CcntioBt..BHENANDOAII,
-GO TO-
PETER CECCHINI & BRO.'S
111 EA8T CENTRE BT
For Fine Fears and Best California Grapes.
DDST OHI.ERY IN TOWN.
WANTS, Sco.
Advertisement tn thtt column, not erreeiltnti
tinea. &''e. for one insertion: 75c. tor two: 81 lot
three; one week, Jl.M; two week; 2; one
nonin, tt3.
I7OR SALE Old bottles, suitable for
. bottling catsup, Ac., can be had very cheap
at J. A.. Hellly's liquor sto.e. 8 KMC
WANTED. Washing to do at
home. Apply at K 0.221 May berry Al
ley. 10-0 lw
WANTED. A girl for general
housework. Good wages paid. Apply
at Herald ofllce.
lf-111 u
AGENTS WANTED. Pree pre
paid outfit to enersetlc men. Severn
f our salesmen have earned from 870 to MOO
week lor rears nasi. 1. O. Box 1871. N
York. ' 23 lw
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of the most desirable proper
ties on West Oak street, Tor sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at Howse's grocery ttore, cor
ner jarain and uak streets. Hhennndoan, l'a
FOR PALE. A store room and
dwelling on East Centre street. Good
rensou for selling. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at J. It. Ooyle's office. B 29-lm
"TIT ANTED. Good wages paid to a
W good, experienced girl. Apply at 301
West, uuerry street, corner oi unesmui sirt-ei.
TnOR SALE.- Chean. a kind, eeutle
JD and trne horse. Anybody In need bfa
gooa looKing, last norse lot ugm worn mi
get one cheap at J, T. Oral 's, Shenandoah.
T7VARMS FOU BALE. Are you look.
D Ing lor a farm? If so call on or write to
I. J. Kehler. Frackvlllo. I'a.. as to where they
are located and for terms. 8-22-ti
17On SALE-A lot of household
I' fumlturp. Inehifllni? several bookcases
Musi ho told at once on account of removnl
from town. Apply to nr. inomas uovnny,
17 Boutli Jaruiu street. lu a a
ITOR- BALE. A heautllul double
L' rod Iron fence, suitable for fencing ceme-
iprv IntH. or forirates around flwelllnes. In
oulre of I'resbyterlan church trustees. 0 9 tf
T OST. In tho neighborhood of the
Li vacant lot on the east side of South
White street, a silver watch. Five dollars
reward for return ul same to Herald office.
FOR SALE. A nice 28 acre farm
lor sale. Blr miles from Bhenandoah.
linatiiirillv situated on a DQbllo road Good
dwelling. Good barn. Fruit trees beginning
lO uear. AU yuuug. djiicumiu .uuim ui
water running through the the land. This la
a good chance for a man who "wants a smnll
Turin. Inquire of James G. HuttoD, post
office bulldltg. room o.
W)-tf
XT ANTED. Persons
in want of
VV helnrmule or femalel. a situation.
lanuer, 10 ouy or ecu uusmtw or icui -
ate. to callandexamlneourpystem Agents
lu nil principal cities, jjiax netse, oteam
ship, Ticket and General Agoncy, Hhenan-
mentnndUnsluoss AEeucy.u anai tiroau
way, inqw lorn. nmm
WANTED
Gtinrn
DETERMINED. RELIABLE MEN AT
ONCE to sell the Cllolcem
tinrmitceil Nursery Ntoclc
flood kit. Permanent cositlon. Very bes
laslselllug specialties nnd overy po-slbloald
to salesmen, we iiiiiriiiiiw wuiti we
ncivrtmo. Aauress
GUin iuiom., iHiirHcrs iiif-ii,
ltocIicHlvr. N. Y
(Tho house Is perectly reliable. Ed.) 1) 30-12t
1HAKT1SB JNOTIUIS. notice Is
J herebvelvcu that an annllcatlon will
be made to the Court ot Common l'leas of
Kelmvlklil couutv.on ilondav. October 20th. A.
D.,lb'Jl,nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon, under tbo
"Corporation act of the f!ommonwfnlth of
iennsyiYania, approveu April u, unu
ino supplements tneieto, jor tuo cnartcr or an
jntennea corporation to do cauvu -nu tvasi
mrr'H Cathollo lieneflclal Hoclctv of Htieimn
doah, l'a." Bald association Is to be loealed
nt Bhenandoali, l'a., and to nave lor its object
tne maintenance oi a society ior suciai, oau
cnt'onalnnd benctlclal purposes to lUinem.
uers irom iunus cuiiecif u tnereiu.
B. Q. it. HOLLOI'KTER.
Att'y for Apnllcantu
SltENANDOAlI, l'a.. Bept. US, 1891. tl 2S 8w
DISSOLUTION OF PAETNER
Bhlp. Notice Is hereby given that the
firm of I.audlg & Hooks heretofore exl-llog
ana aoing LusineKs in tne Dorougu oi mien,
andoah buB been this day dissolved, Mr. II,
F. Laudhr. the senior member of the firm
retiring. Thebusluesq wld hereafter be ron.
ducted bv F. W Hooks and Richard L. Urown,
composing the firm of Hooks Drown, who
assume all obligations of the old firm and to
wnom au bins uuo mat. nrm mourn ue paia
r. w. IIOUKH
lllCIlAItl) L,. UnoWB.
bhenandoah, l'a,, fcju. n, issji.
1-a-w-lw
AMUSEMEKfTS.
JEUOUBON'rJ TIIBATHB.
P. J. TKHOUSON, MANAGER.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8,
ONE NIQIIT ONI.Y. '
755.
The Satirical Comedy Drama,
Asleep and Awake
Under the management of Max Lowenthal
and Edwin Young.
A Comedy on the Fads of the Times.
Introducing SUBS JEAN VOHHEEH, the
Queen of Comedy, and Mil. EDWIN
YOUQ, the Ecccntrlo
Comedian,
Heats on sale at Klrlln'a drug store.
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot
Nellie lily and Mary Anderson Caps.
e BAST QENTRB ST. .
J.
II POMKKOT,
ATJORNEY-AT-LAW,
OBlce Xeddsll's building corner Main n4 0nti
Reduction
IlJ PRICES.
A few patterns of Whito Embroidery,
Flouncings, Plain and Plaid Muslins,
Pineapple Cloths, Satteons, Chintzes,
also remnants of Prints; Ginghams,
and Dress Goods of all kinds, which aro
oftered regardless of cost to clean out.
J, J. PRICE'S Old
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
TANlMG THE CAKE.
Our clothing takes tho hon
ors wherever it goes. It needs
no praise. it speaks for itseli.
Uur stock, represents 1'nila-
delphla's best production. In
vanetv it is unsurpassed in
excellence it distances all com-
petition. The prices are al
ways moderate.
A. C. Yates & Co!
SOW ONLY
Cor. 13th & Chestnut Sis.
medals:
Doylestown,
I'OUBIOWU,
Trenton,
Mount Holly,
Wilmington,
Dover, cto , etc
ucHt-iiintle ciotlitnjr
Til IMillatlclpJiIa.
""as.
o
I A NTIQUlTYcan be tolerated in almost any
thin,, l.nl hntc. Tf tliA liwnrt 1b nut. rf ftntfl
the reBt of the body Is pretty sure to follow
'suit. Nobody but a millionaire or a genius
can afford to wenranclent heudgear.nnd even
jthny take a good many chances when they do
riu it. win cost yuuuo more 10 naupwuniue
times thau It will to be half a mile behind
them. Everything about our f 1,60 hat Is hand
.some but the price, and S1.60 forsuch a hatcan
carcly he called anything but a ridiculously
lowSgure. The same can bejsaldof out I'm
neckwear. Our line of genu' furnishing goods
is the lowest priced In the market.
13 S. Main St. SOANLAN Shenandoah
Now Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Painted, Papered and llenovatei
No. 115 UAHT CUNVltK BTItEET,
Three doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
. jiir. jiaeaey wouia iirorni 111s many irienns
and too public that he will cater to their wants
In thn nninn H.diI... ....1. .i.n. t.A
In the past. None but lhe best brands of for
eign aud domestic wines, liquors and cigars
Will hn bnnt 1i, nln.1. .IwTia 4 ... na..7
Theeatnigbar Is supplied with everything
ifa ? ' vul Bt tU nours. private rooms
HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON.
omce
Yti
-28 West Lloyd Street, Bhenandoah
fe-rN?
Reliable Stand,
SCHOPPB
DANCING SCHOOL I
Robbins' Opera House,
EVERY SATURDAY EVENING I
Commencing September 28.
ORCHESTRA OF xo PIECES
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.
COAKLEY BRO.'S!
BEST FLOUR!
AND ALL KINDS OP
Cor. Centre and White sis.,ullLWAMJUd", 1 A.
LEATHER and SHOE FINDINGS
3P. J". CLEABY,
Dealer in all kluds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and first-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson Houbo building. SHENANDOAH, PA.
CHAS. STJLTLEB,
Tonsorial Artist !
(Townsend's oldstnnd,
117.N, Mnlu St., SlicnniidonU,
Parties desiring a flrst-olnss shave, shampoo
or hair cut should call at my new shop which,
has been refitted and thoroughly renovated.
Special attention Is given to ladles' hair
cutting.
A cordial Invitation Is extended tomyo'.a
patrons and the public In general to call ana
see me at my new quarters.
Newly Refitted and Renovated,
tonsorialTparloes !
SEE rVXJSIGr,
Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing I
SHAMPOOING, ETC., BY
E.
G. J. WADLINGER,
Under Postofflce Building,
Main and Oak Sta'., Bhenandoali.
as-Hot and cold baths, Polite, prompt and,
careful attention.
WEEKS
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stana
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where ho will be pleased to meet the wanta
of his friends and the public in
Everything in the Drinkino Lino.
CHRIS. BOSSLER'S
SALOON AND RESTAURANT,
201 N. Main St., Shenandoah.
The Finest Stock of Beers, Ales, Cigars, Etc.
fa