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STOW COT Tjfkl3 I--
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,-
On tlic Rljjlit'rrnclc,
SEVKKN, tho Grocer, Is mill On tlio riht
trnck'and come lo time with another train
load of Flno Or'cerios, Uannod Goods,
Meat, Plnur, etc.
Centre mid While Sin., Shenandoah.
The Evening Herald.
ALL TIIH NKWS FOB ONE CENT.
lias a larger circulation In Bhcnaudoahthnn
any other iaper published. Circu
lation books open to all.
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY.
"What Nows Gathorors Tako a
Moment to Tell About.
Furs aro out.
Flies are departing.
Coal carls are kept buey.
The red necktie la on tho ascendant.
The sailer kraut crop will be big this
Tho leaves are turning rapidly and
beginning to rail.
This is the tltno of year to repair
Hoon the groundhog will look nrountl
for winter quarters.
Overcoats were quite common on the
streets the past lew days.
In a short time the serewn doors can
bo put into winter quarters.
Tho chilly atmosphere the past few
days made a demand for more cover at
The debtor Is tho fellow who isn't at
nil anxious to have his creditors hurry
ou his account.
Tho statement that a detective re
cently uaiiirht a cold has been received
in suggestive silence.
The autumn poet is singing that the
"melancholy uuys navo come wlien
the leaves begin to full and the fall
begins to leave."
Oct. 20. Supper in Kob bins' opera house
undor tho nujpices of Ladies Aid Society
No. 13, auzilliarv to Sons of Vetorana.
Oct. 21. "Johnstown," in Presbyterian
Nov. 5. Socond annivorsary entertain
mont of Major Jonninfjs Council, No. 3G7,
Jr. 0 U. A. SI., in Forgunon's thealro.
Nov. 18 Grund supper in Robbins' opora
house for tho bonoflt of tho Trinity Ko
November 20. Grand supporin Bobbins'
opera house; benoflt of Lady llarrison
Lodgo, No. 10, A. 1. L. A.
I'rimo oystors, tho best tho market
affords, always on hand at Coslott's. 8-22-tf
Oysters are in season. Go to Schoener's,
Families suppliod. IVrlors for ladios. 9-4-tf
Socond hand school books bought and
sold at Max Itoo'o's. tf
Prettiost oil cloth in town at 0. D,
Fricko's carpot store. 0-18 tf
Tho I'hconix JJofe Company will hold
grand fair in ltobblna' opera houso, com
moncing on Tuosday, Noy. 3rd, 1891. It
will bo ono of tho largost and best fairs oyer
hold in this county. 10-11-tf
Buy Keystone flour. Ho careful that the
namo Lkssio & Co., Ashland, Pa.,
printed on overv sack. 3-3-3taw
Stationary packages, 5 and 10 cents each
at Max lteoie's. tf
Tako vour carnet rairs to 13. D. Fricko'
carpnt store and havn thorn mado into a
iirst-clnss carpet. u-lts-tl
WE OLD TAKEN
Is now located ut Balnbrldge's old stand,
Cor. COAL and WEST STS
and often to the public the finest line of
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED
Provision, Fish and Oysters, dreonand
BlUOKtU JIUIIl UUU JrlllCll.
The plaee to buy your school books cheap
.Also Hcholttr's Compmiluus, Book Wraps,
duuwi inuiv,i, nil. nvvrji imug
and anything rMttlred in sbool,
Mlutw, t'enollg, eta, so'd re
Books Su'(sblc for foil and West MalianoyTwp,
Don't forget the plane If you wish to save
UHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Centre St., Slwnanaoah.
liiii cm, pa.
iii5 uoniiicD nuisni.ir.
A Station Acmtt's Story ISxuloded, and
Hfl In Arrented.
Rondout, N. Y., Oct. 10. Stntlon
Agont Southwlok, who stated Inst Tours
day that h had been waylaid and
robbed the previous night, of $350 bo
oujtlaa to tho Stonoy Clove & Catsklll
Railroad Compauy, and the American
Express Company, has bean arrested.
uspected ot havlnir committed the deed
hluisolf to hide the robbery.
At the time no told the story South-
wick exhibited hU olotblng oovered frith
mud, and a wounded finger, the top ol
which he claimed had been shot off,
wnuo lie nau uoon struggling wttn the
Ills story was believed by the peoplo
of Tannervllle, whura he had been agent
for four year. Investigation by the of
ficials of the company, howover, re
vealed, it is said, conclusive ovldenca of
Southwlck's guilt and ho was uccorulng
ly placed under arrest.
In FaTor of Fnlllloal Union.
Belle Rivrcn, Ont., Oct. 10. At the
meeting on behalf or political union with
tho United Statin the chulr was occu
pied by Patrick Strong, ex-Iteove of the
township of Rochester, and a ltfo-lonR
Conservative. A resolution was passed
In favor of political union, every person
piwont rising to his feet to show his
sympathy for tue movement. Before the
meeting adjourod a Continental Union
fjluu was formed with a lurge member
ship. Ilaocarat Cummlng- Coining- Orer.
Wasiiinoton, Oct. IB. An entry was
mado In the Baltimore Custom House,
yeiteruay, of personal propsrty of sir
William Uoruon-Cumralnc. Ine goods
cams by steamship to Baltimore, and
wero consigned to Washington, D. C
This la taken as an Indication that the
famous Englishman will shortly visit
this country. lie will be remembersd
as being concerned In the Tranby Croft
Uuuts tho Slaolilno Composition Zteoord.
Toledo, Oct. 10. F. J. Smith, who
operates a Mergenthalor llnotypo type
setting machine on the "Commercial,"
Dent tne world's record for machine com
position, setting 17,800 ems corrected
matter la exactly eight hours. Ill)
previous record was 8.1, 900, made In
IJoitou Sued fr 9700,000.
Bon-row, Oct. 15. W. A. Uridine!! and
others, yesterduy, began a suit against
the city ot Boston for $7.00,000 damages
for tha alleged Infringement of a patent
granted to Briekuell for an Improvement
In feed water heaters for Ure engines.
The City or Home Hoax.
New York, Oct. 10. A dispatch from
St. Johns shows that thore was no wreca
at St. Mary's Bay, and that the story ot
tno loundering ol tlie Ulty of Homo was
tho hoax of a half-witted cowboy.
Col. Joseph E. Palmer of Brooklyn, N.
Y., was elected president of ho Union
Veteran Legion at Reading.
Miss Bird Howell, a Flnleyvllls
school teacher, attempted to punish an
incorrigible pupil, when tho boy shot
her In the eye with a beau-shooter and
sho has lost hor sight. She will sue thi
boy's father for damages.
Oysters aro in season and tho best in tbo
market aro at Coslett's. 8 22-tf
, A FD1,L LING OV
ELEGANT OVERCOATS !
Ladies' and Children's Coats,
Dry Goods, Shoes and Underwear
For ladles, men and children. All of which
will be sold 2 per cent, cheaper than
they can bo bought chewhere.
ORIGINAL BARGAIN STORE
23 S. MAIN STREET,
e-Watch for the HKD flON In front.-C
Has removed to Bill Jones 'old slana
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will he plowed to meetthewants
of hlslrlends and the public in
Everything in tho Drinking Lino.
Largest Line in the County.
JNO. B. PRICE'S SONS
P. J. FERGUSON, MANAGER.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, '91,
V. II. Powers' Company in tho romantic
: THE FAIRIES WELL :
Kntlro now production this season,
and lJeautlful Costumes,
and n first-class company of
Comedians, Vocalists and Dancers
PRICES OF ADMISSION, 25, CO, 75c
Heats on sale at Klrllu's drug store
A GOOD SHOE
FOR $1.75, WORTH $2.25.
Hepalring Neatly Done.
S- Xj. bbown,
Common Sense Shoe Store,
110 South Main St., Shenandoah.
FALL AND WIN
TE)t STYLES Olf
East Centre St., Shenandoah, Pa.
The finest and largest assortment
in Hats, lionnets and Caps at re
markably low prices. Our line of
Children's TKIMMED AND UN.
. TKIMMED IIATd
Oanztot loo 3H ciul fill od.
A FINE SHOW
If you want lopeea flnortleplay of Hoots and
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Corner Coal anil Jnrdlu bin.
Custom Worlc and Repairing
Done in the best style,
DANCING SCHOOL !
Robbins' Opera House,
EVERY SATURDAY EVENING !
Commencing September 0.
ORCHESTRA OF zo PIECES
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.
Fall and Winter Millinery.
Ill N.MAIN ST., SHENANDOAH
Advrrtuemtnts in iMt column, not ezctttling
5 lines, 6 e. far nt inxrrtitn; 75o. lor two; J 1 foi
three; ont wttk, 11.30; two xritks, tS,- ont
WANTED. A i?lrl for genera'
honsework. Good wes paid. Apply
at Heualp efflee. 9-19 ii
WANTED. A gofHl girl for gen
eral housewerx. Apply ot IlEnALn
FOR RENT. Store and dwelling,
with slable, on Kast Coal street, near
Main, tor lent to a good purty. Apply to
Jonathan Ilofjers, 22) west Coal street, or nt
tlEBALD Office. 1Q11-2W
FOR PALE. A store room ond
dwelling on East Centre street. Goo?
reason fni selling. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply at J. It. Coyle's olllce. 0 29-1 m
XT7"AN'1,;ED' Gorl wnges paid to n
VV good, experienced girl. Apply nt SOI
West Cherry street, corner of Chtstunt street.
E8THAYED. To the premises of
(he undersigned, on tho 10th Inst., a
bluckcnw with new-born calf. Owner can
have snme upon paying all cxpeuscs to
Charles Noderoskt, Turkey Hun. 10J'2-3t
FOR BAliE. A beautiful double
rod Iron fence, suitable for fenclne cemo-
(cry lots, or furcales around ovelllnKS, In-
quiro of i'resbylerlan church trnslces. 0-9-tf
FOR SALE. A lurgo "Jlomlng
Llzhl" double brater. Hullnblo f.r a
store, or dwelling. Apply to 11, A. Hp aim,
South Main street. 10-l:t.tf
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. Ono of the most deslrablo nroir-
ties oc West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at Itowse's grocery store, cor
ner jaruiu ana uuk streets, snenanaoan. ro.
FARMH FOR SALE. Aroyou look
lue torn larm? If so c-nll on or write lo
J. J. Kehlcr, Frackvllle, Pa., ns to where they
aro located and for terms. 8-22-tf
I7I3TRAYED COW. Strayed from
li the undersigned, 337 West Oak street,
Shenandoah, on Munday morning, 1 lh Inst.,
a small set cow, between u Jersey and Al
derney; dark-reddUh color, n sheep belt anil
c nln on her neck. Any person returning
her or lurnlsh Information as to her where
a wilts will be suitably rewarded.
10-1111 w. a MUHUAAS,
WANTED. Persons in want of
help (male or female), a situation, n
pnrtusr, to buy or sell a business or real es
tate, to call and examlneOursytem. Agents
In a l principal clilss. Max Retse, Hteam
.hlp, Tlcktt and Gentral Agncy, Hhrnan
doab. AKnt for the United Htates Employ
ment and Business Agsncy, 41 andKl Broad
way, Niwl ork. 10-3 lm
CHARTER NOTICE. Notice Is
hereby Elven that an nrtnlicatlon will
be made to the Court ot Common Pl?ns of
Hehuylklll count j, on Monday .October 26th, A.
j.i.,icwi,u(. iu o ciock in me joreuoon, unaer ine
"Corporation act of the Commonwtaltb of
i-ennsyivnnia. improved Ann a), uni." and
the supplements thereto, for the charter of an
imenueu corporation 10 ue cant-a "Ht. ivasi.
racr's Catholic Beneficial society of Bhenan-
doah, l'a." Bald association Is to be located
nt Mhenandoab, l'a., and to have for its object
ine maintenance or r society lor social, eau
cat'onai and beneficial purposes to its mem.
uers irom tunas coneci ra inercin.
B. O. M. HOI, LO PETER,
Att'y for Arnllcint".
SHENA NDOAH, l'a., Sept. 28, 1S91. 0 28 Sw
Has tho local agency for tho
Thomas Coal Company this
year, and is prepared to fur
nish coal of all sizes at rates
lower than last year.
Tiios. Baird, Supt.
Horses and Carriages for Hire
AT ALL TIMES AT
Neiswenter's : Livery : Stable,
West Coal Street.
Reminds the careful parent that
the weo tots tho joy of the
nouseuoui Biioum ue
We are now prepared to show
the finest line ever seen in
the city, of
Woolen Leggings & Skirts
Newly Refitted and Renovated
TONSORIAL : PARLORS
Hair Cutting and Haw Dressing I
SltAMFOOINO, ETC., I1Y
E. G. J. WADLINGER
Under 1'ostolllco Building,
Main and Oak Sts., Shenandoah
( -Hot and cold baths, Polite, prompt and
1 eureiui uiieuuuu.
No. 8 Hew Broadway Range !
Ornamental Shelf-OffM SS-Ikorateij Skirt's
All binds of stovs repnlru kept on baud;
WM. R. PRATT,
TAKE .A. EjE3 I-
It Is not necessary to fro about it surrentltlouslv. as do the irnmliiB in tho
nlcttire. if vou would talce a neen at our
in dress goods, cloaks, wraps and rugs. Our store is a little world's fair in It
self and visitors tnay freely inspect the exhibition without Mng importuned
to buy. We navo some attractive specialties mis weti; in ineiiueot ury uoous,
Coats, Wraps, etc.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
A NTIQUITY can he toleiu'td In almost any
thing but hats, If the head is out of Uato
the rest of the body is prttty Bure to follow
suit. Nobody but a millionaire or a genius
can afford to tvearanolent headgear, and even
they take a good many chanoes when they do
it. It will cost you no mora to be up with the
times than it will to be halt a mile behind
them. Everything about our f 1.60 hat lshand
some but the price, and S1.50 for such a hatcun
scares ly be called anythlne but a ridiculously
low figure. The same can belaid or our 23o
neckwear. Our line of gents' furnishing goods
Is the lowest priced in the market.
13 S, Main St, SOANLAN Shenaadoai
LEATHER and SHOE FIIIDffi
IP. 0T. CLBAEY,
Dealer In all kinds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and first-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supphea
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House building, .SHENANDOAH, PA.
iasissaniiaaaa Jxr (AM. JLV.
Kindly ollcltlut' your order, respectfully,
331 S, Jardin St Shenandoah, Pa.
elecnut display of the latest novelties
The manufacture of aoou Clothinc,
is not all fafr sailing it Ib full of lu-
cutting and mnUing up all require
judgment and careful treatment to ob
tain u satisfactory finish.
Good ready-made Clothingisascarco
article. Our long experience in man
ufacturing enables us to produce tho
best our extensive business insures
the lowest prices.
A.C. Yates & Co.
Cor. 13th ft Chestnut Sts.
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES !
COFFEE HOUSE, 32 N. Main St.
Families supplied with raw oysters by tho
M1W FKItQUf ON, I'rop.
Q. U, HAMILTON, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office-M West Lloyd Street, Bheuandos