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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAUBAHTS,
On tlic Rlglit Trade,
SEVERN, tho Orooor, Is still on tlio right
track nnd comes to tttno with another train
load of Fino Grocorios, Canned Goods,
Moats, Flnur, etc.
Centre nnd AVhlto Sis., Shenandoah.
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Has a larger circulation In Hhenandoali than
any other paper published. Circu
lation books open to all.
AFFAIRS O AUGHT HASTILY.
Wnat Wows Gathorors Tuko a
Moment to Toll About.
Fires feel comfortnble.
Keels more like autumn.
Wntorniolons hiwe gone.
The wedding Benson Is hero.
The peuch season Is about over.
Green is still the color of the season
Tho trade of lco wngon la rapidly
The big nut crop Is n sign of asovere
Tho trees have begun to shed their
The cooler wenther makes oysters
The October moon will be full on
Saturday and is the hunter's moon.
The pen may be mighty, yet It never
gets along well until it is pushed.
The cold snap and heavy winds were
appreciated uy tlio chestnut gatnerers
The latest feminine agony Is to wear
a llnwer in the lapel of her long
inanuy-UKu tall coat..
It 1 be November turkey, not tho
November ballot-box, that Is better
when It is stuiled.
Thirteen oysters in a stew wouldn't
be considered unlucky for the fellow
who had to eat them.
October up to this date, In the way
of weather appears to be about as flcklo
as proverbial April.
Au luveutor has applied for a patent
on a child spanker. It is automatic
nnd said to do its work well.
It has bpon remarked that n new
bonnet in the pew ahead will often in
terfere with a woman's worship in
The'pleasant flavor, gcntlo action and
soothinR oU'ects of Syrup of Figs, wlion in
nood of a laxativo, and 11 tho fathor or
mother bo costivo or bilious tho most grat
ifying results follow its use, eo that il is tho
bost family rompdy known and ovory
family should;, liavo a bottlo.
Primo oyftors, tho bost tho markot
affords, always on hand at Uoslott's. 8-22-tf
Oysters aro in season. Go to Schooner's.
Families supplied. Parlors for Indira, 0-1-tf
Tho Doctor and Postmastor
were talking about a case of herlous illness
duo to a negleclod cold aud rapidly gnlnc Into
consumption which was promptly cured by
J'an-Tlna Cough nnd Consumption Cure.
Trial bottles lice nt Klrlln's drug store.
Second hand school books bought
cold at Max Itoo'o's.
Prottiost oil cloth in town
Fricko's carpot store
at 0. D.
Buy Keystone flour. JJo caroful that the
name Lkshiu & Co., Ashland, Pa., 1e
printed on overv sack. 3-3-3taw
Stationary packagos, 6 and 10 cents each,
nt Max Iteoeo's. tf
Tako your carpot rBgs to 0.
carpot storo and havn them
made into a
THE OLD TAKEN
JAMES S. THOMAS
Is now located at llalnbrldge's old Maud,
Cor. COAL miU WEST STS.,
and offers to tho publio the finest Hue of
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED
Provisions, Fish and Oysters, Orcen and
Hmoked Ham aud Flitch.
The place to buy your vcbool Looks cheap is
Also Hcholar's Companions, Hook Wraps,
Duiiuui uuga, jttuieiti, eio. riveryimng
and auything required In school,
HlatuK, ponolls, eta, sold re
Books Suilalilo for East and West Maknoy Tivp.
Don't forget the place If you wish to (save
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Centre St., Shenandoah.
I SCHOOL BOOKS.
CAUGHT ON THE FLY.
An Intorostlng and Matter of Fa6t
Tho all-abwrblng topic agitating tho
rosidontsof this, tho largest, town in tho
county, is tho prospective electric railway.
It is certainly a very interesting argument,
now that It is practically settled, that wo
aro Indebted to council's kind considera
tion and considerable persuasion on tho
part of a number of our oarnest and hard-working-for-the-lown's-futuro-boncflt
zens for tho brilliant future that is fore
shadowod by tho proposed connection ol
tho surrounding mining towns with Shon
andoah. Tho gentlemen, particularly tho town
membors, who liavo bcon instrumental in
securing tho railway charter, havo boon
tho subjects of many animated street-corner
devotees and remarks of not a vory
complimentary order havo been ovorhoard
by tho writer concerning thorn.
You may call tho gentlemon roforred to
lobbyists, political wire-pullers and self
interested, if you will, but thoro is one fact
I will call your attention to, in tho tuturo
records of the town's history their names
will reoeivo just and prominent mention
fur their farsightedness and shrewdness.
Supposing thoy have benefitted them
selves by the railway undertaking, is it not
a profitable and acceptable improvement
for the town? And did thoy not give tho
moneyed men of this nnd other towns
ample opportunity to securo stock in tho
enterprise? But tho peoplo with tbo ad
vantage within roach turned a deaf ear to
tho call. "Why? Becauso tho holdors of
tho chartor woro not as woalthy as tome
deemed necessary, or becauso thoy might
ask for a certain amount of stock In return
for tho timo nnd labor thoy expended in
securing tho chartor.
In tho estimation of somo thoy wore
nothing but adventurers, endeavoring to
enrich thomsolyos under covor of tho
charter and at tho oxponso of thoso would'
bo capitalists, themsolves disguised as pro.
motors of homo ontcrprisoa whon, in
reality, thoy woro nothing moro than
dawdlers, who havo wasted opportunities
and aro now squealing and attempting, by
foolish arguments, to delay a profitable ira
provomont to tho town.
Tho other evening I happonod to bo
within hearing dietanco of a number of
citizens who woro discussing tho privilege
granted tho olectrio railway by council,
with tho provision that thoy woro to lay
flat rails. ""Well," remarked ono of tho
group, who is known as a notod gtlt-cdgod
speculator and ono who ridiculed tbo rail
way idea when tho opportunity to socuro
stock presented itsolf to him, and who is
now ombitturcd by tho prospects of outside
capitalists controlling tbo franchise, "it is
aoout limn mat wo sit on these hall-dozen
political manipulators and sell-styled rop-
rentativoa of Shonandoah. Thoy nro on'
deuvoring to havo tho Borough Council
oraso "flat" and insert "T" rail. Thoro is
the technicality upon which wo can base an
argument with our friends in council and
provent any suggestion of nmondmont
recommended by them to council relating
to tho right of way. Wo should embarrass
as much as possiblo these schemers. I, for
ono, will bring all tho influence I possibly
can to bear on my friends in council to in
sist on tho original agreement, including
Another prominent business man, on bo
ing questioned tho other evening as to his
opinion of tbo "T" rail being used, ro
plied that ho was opposed to it as it is
injurious to vehicles. On being told that
tho rail is being used on tho streets of some
of tho largest towns and cities in tho stato
ho expressed about tho statement and
addod, "I havo travoled ns much as any
body and 1 never saw thom." Ho further
added that it didn't mako any difference,
anyway, that ho was going to light tho rail
no matter who usod it. Continuing he
said, "I am aware that tho railway will
benefit my business and, ns I am ono of the
largost real estato owners in the town, it
will certainly bene fit me by increasing the
valuo of my proporty, but do you suppoeo
I am going to have my wagons ruined and
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will be plea ed to meet the wants
of hlu friends and tho publio In
Everything in the Drinking Line.
"Largest Line in the County.
JNO. B. PRICE'S SONS
koop a whcelrigkt constantly omploycd
ropalring thom, owing to driving over "T"
rails. No, sir I"
'And not draw any dlvldonds" was tho
appropriato romark of a listener.
Councilmen, do your duty I Romember
your deods will live nfter you. Would you
go on record as voting to dolay n much
neoded improvement to tho town?
Whon tho constructors aro billing to
removo tho cause of tho prosont objections,
If rcqulrod to do so at tho end of six
months, do not, bo influenced by men with
absurd prejudices who, to got ovon forsonio
potty or imaginable injury, would attempt
to poison your minds nnd intorfero with
your good judgment, even when tho
wolfaro of tho town is at stako; nnd who, if
successful in having you rofuso this reason
able request, would exult in their triumph
over your woakuoas nnd in futuroyoar?,
whon approbrious opithcts would bo hurled
by an Injurod publio against your past
administration and abilities as town officials,
thoy will not stand up nnd proclaim to
your accusors and tho peoplo that they
were your advisors nnd counselors in tho
attompt to embarrass a prospective enter
prise essontial to tho town's future pro
perity. A. 0. L.
Shenandoah, Pa., Oct. 14, 1891.
Rots Clothes and
. DOES NOT.
A GOOD SHOE
FOR $1.75, WORTH $2.25.
Repairing Neatly Done.
Common Sense Shoe Store,
110 South Main St., Shenandoah.
FALL AND WIN
TER styles or
East Centre St., Shenandoah, Pa.
Tho finest and largest assortment
In Hats, Bonnets nnd Caps nt re
markably low prices. Our lino of
Chlldieu's TRIMMED AND UN.
Oanxiot loo ZScfUKilXocl..
Fall and Winter Millinery.
Ill N. MAIN "ST., SHENANDOAD.
1 a BOHBraaQ
Advertisements in this tolumn, not exceeding
5 line, me.for one insertion; 75e. tor two; SI foi
three; one week, tl.M; two weeks, J2; one
housewortc. nt Herald office.
A girl for
Good wages paid.
WANTED. A good girl for gen
eral housework, Apply at Hsuald
T70R RENT. Storo anil
X' with stable, on Kast Coal street.
Main, lor lent to
Garty. Apply to
oal street, or nt
Jonathan Itogeri, 229
FOR SALE. A store room anil
dwelling on East Centre street. Good
reason lot selling. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply ut J. 11. Coyle's olllce. 0 29-lm
XT ANTED. Good wages paid to a
VV good, experienced girl. Apply at 301
West Cherry street, corner of Chestnut street.
E STRAYED. To the premises of
the undersigned, on the 10th Inst., a
black cow with new-born calt. Owner con
have same upon paying nil expensfs to
Charles Noderoskl, Turkey Hun. 10-ia-3t
FOR SALE. A beautiful double
rod Iron fence, suitable for fencing ceme
tery lots, or for gates nround Owelllugs. In
qulro of Presbyterian church trustees. 0-9-tf
FOR SALE. A largo "Homing
Light" double heater. Suitable f.r a
store, or dwelling. Apply to 11. A. Hwalm,
South Main street. 10-1.1-tf
E STRAYED COW. Strayed from
the undersigned, 3.T7 West Oak street,
ijbenandonb, on tiunday morning, 1 ih Inst.,
n Bmall fcet cow, between a Jersey and Al
derney; dark-rcddlsh color, a sheep bell and
c aln on her ut-ck. Any persoi returning
her or luruhh Information us to her where
nDouts will be suitably rewarded.
10-1 Mf W. B JUOUfJANS.
WANTED. Persons in want of
help (mnlo or female), a situation, n
partner, to buy or sell a business or real es
tnto, to call and examlnooursyhtein, Agents
In nil principal cities. Max Ileese, Htenm
Milp, Ticket and General Agmicy, Shenan
doah. Agent for the United Htates Employ
ment nnd Business Agency, ii and) Broad
way, New ork. 10-3 Im
MIKE PHILADELPHIA & READING COAL
AND IKON COMPANY.
FOR SUPPLYING THE MTNKH flPEIL.
ated by the Philadelphia 4 Heading Coal and
iruu uoiupiiuy, witn mining iimDer, laggings
nnd sills, will be received nt the office of tho
j.-iircnasiDg Agent, -at south Fourth street,
Philadelphia, until November 1st. IK'H.
Forms ol proposals, specincatlons aud list of
comerim 10 oe fcuppuea, win ue furnished on
application 10 u. l.urilKK, Ueneral en
perlntendent, Pottsvllle, Pa.
10 13-15-17-20 22-21 Pdrchaslng Acent.
Reminds tho careful parent that
me wee tots tne joy of tne
uouseuoiu biiouiu ue
Wo aro now prepared to show
the finest lino ever seen In
the city, of
Woolen Leggings & Skirts.
A FINE SHOW
If you want to see a line display of Boots and
ouoes, go 10
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Corner Coal unci JarUIu StH.
Custom Work and Repairing
Done In the best style.
Newly Refitted and Renovated
TONSORIAL : PARLORS
Haw Cutting and Hair Dressing I
BUAMI'OOINO, ETC., I1Y
E. G. J. WADLINGER
Under 1'ostofllce Building,
Main and Oak Sts., Shenandoah,
3Hot and cold baths, Polite, prompt nnd
DANCING SCHOOL !
Robbins' Opera House,
JWERY SATURDAY EVENING
Commencing September 2.
ORCHESTRA OP zo PIECES
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.
No. 8 Hew Broadway Range !
n tin ir s,s.'!7"kp
urnameniai mbii-w &m
All kinds of stove repaln kept on hand.
It is not necessary toco about it
picture, if you would take a peep at our elegant display of the latest novelties
in dress goods, cloaks, wraps and rugs. Our store Is a little world's fair in it
self and visitors may freely inspect the exhibition without being importuned
to buy. we tiave some attractive specialties tins weeK in me line 01 jury uoous,
Coats, Wraps, etc.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
A NTIQU1TY can be tolerated In almost any
thing but hnls. If the head Is out of date
the rest of tho body Is pretty sure to follow
suit. Nobody but a millionaire or a genius
can afford to wcaranclent headgear, and oven
they take a good many chances when they do
It. It will cost you no more to be up with tho
times than It will to be half a mile behind
them. Everything nbout our $1,50 hat Is band
some but the price, and tl.60 forsuch a liaican
scarcely be called anything but a ridiculously
low figure. The same can bee said of our2So
neckwear. Our line of gents' furnishing goods
is the lowest priced In the market,
13 S, Main SI. S0ANLAN Shenandoah
LEATHER and SHOE FIIID1S
3?- O". OLEABY3
Dealer In all kinds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and first-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supphea
18 Y. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA,
Kindly nollclttns your order, respectfully,
331 i Jardin St., Shenandoah, Pa.
surreptitiously, as do the camins in the-
The manufacture of good Clothing
is not all fafr Balling it is full of In
tricate detail. The proper laying out,
cutting and making up all require
judgment and careful treatment to ob
tain u satisfactory finish.
Gooti ready-made Clothing Isa scarce
article. Our long experience In man
ufacturing enables us to produce tho
best our extensive business insures
the lowest prices.
A. G. Yates & Co.
Cor. 13th & Chestnut Sts.
PETER CECCHINI & BRO.'S,
111 EAST OENTHE ST., '
For Fine Tears and Best California Grapes.
1IEST OEIjERY IN TOWN,
Q M, HAMILTON, M, Di,
PHYSICIAN AND SUttOEON.
Offloe-l28 West Lloyd Street, BhenanOoth