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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All kinds of potted meats, fish,
canned goods, oystere, lobstorti,
crabH, RutHlun caviar, freah epleod
oysters, llnest smoked hams, bo
lognas und clunked beef, York state
full cronm clieeseCiiiiuitliul, Swine,
Edam, Samaio und Llmburgur.
Fine HMortnifiit of cakes and bis
cults. CI. and 11. pit Ides of nil
kinds. 1'leklcs by the dozen. Yon
will find just wlint you want,
DCTBal yv pnnstKiaix-A unuufs mixjimm sumjumiui Manama Tf T
)m&aa BstsVm caLanJ nana trm nrLa Vans' aGV mhuim mXinaAt&aZiJto jm JLQX
MAUANOY CITY, Pi.
JU. JKU.J6U. mCIJU.Jll JU. JiifJ JUaidl Xil
ai 13 i m u urm nr . htm.
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
ALL TH13 NKWS FOR ONI-i CKST.
Has a larger circulation In Shenandoah limn
uny other pnier puttllshed. Ulrcu.
ration (iptti to nil.
Camp meeting montli.
Vegetables ate abundant.
Hard to keep meat this weather.
Vacation days are rapidly pasting away,
Keep on umbrella near at hand these
People pug dogs now with considerable
Drowning accidents and lifrhtinK acci
dents are frequent this sutnmor.
You can be ure that tlia man who is put
down as a religious fanatic was a fanatic
before hu jfot to be religious.
Girls whole sweethearts doto upon them
may prepare for the vort. Time is a great
Thoy Are Splondld.
Wo mean those Cheviot suit you can
rtat A. T. Jones' "Famous" Ulotbing
B', re for $0.60.
Michael Uefron, the stone mason, has
fltilshed tile part of the work of altering
the foundations of the Union street school
ImildinK and in a fow days Oontraotor John
Conney will turn the building over to the
Fine Orayon Work.
William F. Schoeplo, reproienting The
Dockweiler Crayon Company, has a large
Panel Crayon on exhibition at Kirliti's
dniK -tore and all orders fir crayons may
be left at the abofe place. 7 i7-lw
ITS BITE NOT FATAL.
For neat, cheap nl stylish millinery
ladles should not fail to visit Kelly's mil
linery, on South Main ,-lroet. Tho slock is
a lane and varied one and tho prices are
suitable to the limes. A 1 irgo slock of in
fants' christen! tij- robes and long and short
coats mav also bo found there. It is also
the agency for the tolf-snpporting octet,
which is a boon to all ladioi.
Joint Solloll Did Not 11 from (lie
lille or it (11 In.
A great deal lias been said and writ
ten alxnit the Cihi monster, a Heard,
the bile of which Is said to bo Instant
death. There is a morbid demand for
htories about members of the reptile
i,;"dly which of course la responsible
for the popularity pf thp Gila us nil ob
ject of dlscuhaioii. The reptile has had
a chance to prova the death of its
.Hug a lid failed. John Sonell.
New York, was " bitten
by one several days ago nnd is still
ullve, or was at lust acquaintance. Dr.
T. SlOver Allen, of Now York, is en
gaged with experiments with poisonous
snakes nnd other reptiles, and for this
purpose has a laboratory wheru Konoll
takes care of tho snakes for him. The
snake charmer brought to the labora
tory What ho ciiUa a (Jila monster the
ugly lizard. In transferring the lizard
from the basket in which ho carried it
to a box Soiioll lifted it by the tail, lie
turned his eyes in another direction
for a moment, and the liard, which is
alxnit eighteen inches long, turned and
fastened Its teeth in I be middle linger
of his Vaft hand. Si uell was taken to
Jfellovne Hospital ami put under tho
care of Dr. Walter II. nsel. Dr. Uensel
found the hand gwolb n to nearly twice
its normal also, but cou id discover no evi;
dence that the snake charmer was pois
oned;Simcll, who hud previously faintod
was ifi a borlous condition of shock. To
ai-t respiration Dr. llensol adminis
tered atropine hvpodermienlly, simul
taneously injecting whisky and digi
talis to counteract the effects of any
Iohhlble poison thut he might have re
ceived. Vivo minims of digitalis were
administered at a dose and the doses
were kept up for somo time. The
swelling of his hand, which Dr. Rensel
havs may have been caused by inflam
mation or the bandage tliat ono of the
other physician put. ahout his wrist.
did not subside. The hand showed
slight discoloration, and Sonoll seemed
dazed. He answered questions vaguely
nnd with dlttlculty, but soon fully re
covered his seiihos.
July UOlh. Foslival and Hnlertainniont;
Kobblhs' opera houso, under the auiploes
of Silver Wave Castle, A. 0. K. of AI. 0.
Aug. 0, lee cream festival, under tho
auspices of tho "i"s," in Kobbins' opera
Aug. 18. Ice cream and peaqh festival,
in Kobbins' opera houso, undorthetitupiees
of Camp No. 18. P. 0. S. of A.
A uirl Tortured
A fow days ago Lottie Vanco, a pret
ville, Mo, blie nctrlected to tell her
ty girl of 111, left her home at tlreon-
paronta of her intentions and tho oitv
was conseiuiently greatly alarmed at
her sudden disappearance. Tho mys
tery Was cleared up by tho St. lyonis
pollco, who recently found tho girl a
prisoner In a questionable rosort of
that city. She had been looked up for
several days by the matron of tho
place who had sold hor into slavery.
She was linally compelled to submit u
tho most horrible outrages. Sho had
been outioed from home by Lenu
Ainaron, a woman in the employ of
the house from which tho hapless
girl was luiren.
J6.000 offered for tho equal of Thauma.
See her in tho exhibition in Ferguson'
thoatro building. 7-ii2-tf
Advertise in the IIbrald.
A Uahload juirr arrivmd at
Emboasoil 12 l-2c
Window Slimlas, spring iollors..26o
CurtnJn i'oloa, 25o
22 East Centra St., Shenanooah,
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
ARIZONA'S STAQE ROBBER.
MissHer.ha GriffltlH left for "Wilke
Ilirre yesterday to spend a few weeks with
School Diroctora N. J. Owons and A. J.
Gallagher made a business trip to ill. Car-
Mrs. Hugh liTOinis, of Wilkes-Barre,
who spent tbo past month with her paroals
here, left for homo la-l ovoaiog.
Mrs. J. F. Finney, son and daughter,
who huyo been vUiling friends in Phiiadel
nbia the nast two weeks, returned homo
"W. T. Graham, M. D 1st Assittant Sur-
nmn nt the Miners' uospuai, rouiuaiu
Bpring!', was the guest ol Dr. jr m. Ham
ilton, in town, yeHerday and W-day.
Tho Lost Greek Cones rt.
Owinirto tho unfavorable weather tho
open-air concert by tho Grant Cornet Band
at Col. D. P. Urown's ro!Uenco, JjOji
Creek, was not given. If tho weather per
mits tho concert will bo givon this evening.
oo following will bo the programme :
Ar,v Mnr.t, lue.
Mllllary uvortuve Woye jlles.
AwahenlnR of Hpi.Dir l' ci.
Alio sou) cy iir. 11. cunuityw.
ltushlan nirlae Houg .Tlioinlpn.
H mvculr to Cornwall r. .eiiz.
Grand chorus and roaroh .Wagner.
SomellilriK Lovoly V. Llverraan
Sclpciion liflin opera ".amp" .leroiu.
unorui. irum ortra -uiiumu xj.j."s.
Tld-blls, comic opera Medley .yMeye.
ouiop uver bvich anu muuc ...
NEW AND LARQE JIG HOUSE.
Tlio illoxt Noted ISIbIiwiijiiihii Slnro
llliirk Hart's 'Mute Noiv In I'rliaoii.
Henry II. Miller, the noted Arizona
stuge robbor, who Is said to be the mobt
uespernte ii 1 g h-1
way in an since
lllnck Hart's time,
is now In Kan
While waiting on
the rond to rob a
stage about three
years ago ho halt
ed tho coach of Dr.
Hurley, of Flor
ence, robbed him
of S52 nnd then
compelled hint and jikshvii. miu.kii.
Ills coachman to assist him in robbing
tho stage by tying their hands, masking
them and standing them In the brush
by the roadside. Then a man named
Saxe, who drove up, was robbed of S25
nnd compelled to join the doctor and
his coachman. Tho stuge came along
and was stopped. The driver saw
tho supposed confederates of Mil
ler, threw out his mall pouch and box
nnd drove on. Millor released his "as
sist unls" and sent thorn after the singe.
The alarm was given at Florence and a
posse soon arrested -Miller, who was
sentenced to twnlva years in the Yuma
prison. Ho said ho roturned the
amount stolen from tho mall bag to a
United States postal inspector on con
dition that the ease againsthlm should
be dismissed, and ho was pardoned last
fcpring. lie was subsequently arrested
and sentenced to ten years in Snn
Quentln for robbing tho mails, but he
escaped from the deputy sheriff on his
way to prison and started across the
desojt, drinking his own blood on tho
way to quench his burning thirst. He
was recaptured while ill.
YXTANTED.-A my nKel,t to g0 n
.1 I. good article among women. Annly at
the 1Ikuai.ii ollloe.
GIRL WANTED. A good ox
pcrleneert girl wanted for eencral house.
w.irk, NootUer need apply. Call at IIkhamj
nfllce East Cual street. 7-3-tf
DESIRA1JLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One or the most desirable proper
lies oa West Oalc street, for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at llowso's grocery store, cor
ner Jardln and Oak street, bhcnaddodh, l'a
LOST. On Jnrdln street, between
Oak and L'entro, a Ave dollar gold piece
Kinder will he suitably rewarded by returning
same to Katie Ijeonaid,180S.JardluSl.7-21.1w
170R RENT Store nnd building
3 inw occupied by the Slienandnab
ISakery Co. lor mamfacturlug au I retal'
randy business. Two floors 0 'x20 foet. Apply
J. J. l' rauey. 8.10 tf
TITAN I'lIO Au active reliable man
Vt salary nn to 6S8o monthly, with ln-
creae, to rnprasent In his own sec.loa a re-
ninsiuie new lorn 11 iune, ueierences.
ANUFAOTUHER, LiOOZ. UOt NeW JOfK.
Estate ot L'iillk-1 llumbcl, deceased.
Ije'tern or admlnlstmtfon im theesttenr
Daniel llumbcl. late or Union town&hln.
Kcliuylltlil county, l'a., deceased, have becu
Bran cd to SVllbum II. llumbel, residing ai
ltlUKlown. Pa., to whom all Persons Indebted
In mid estnto are requested to make payment,
md thOf;e lavlnn olftlins nr clemutirift will
make known the name without delay.
WILLIAM II IlUilflEL,
IIorMPUIiIpped Her Trn.lucer.
At Waterbury, Conn., tho other daj
j'amos Flnnerty, one of tho witnesses
In the Cump divorce case, was horse
whipped by Mrs. Laura Peursall. Fln
nerty nt the trial gave sensational tes
timony about the actions of Edward
Camp, the defendant In tho cuso, and
Mrs. Poarsall. Sho said that sho would
horsewhip him, and when she met him
an the street she gave him a sound
CHARTER NOTICE. Notice Is
hereby elven that no nurllcnllon will
be made to the Governor i f renn-ylvunlft on
thethlidday of Augut, 1801, by J. M. (Hick,
31 ones Mervlue. IJiirlstlau Ebtrle. Hlmon
Hwoyer, Z ioU iry T. Trout and J. II If oclman.
unuer iuc Act oi Assemoiy euiiiie i " n net
to provide lor the Incorporation nud tcgula
tlou of certain oornorallons anuroved April
29, 1871," and the supp'ements thereto, for the
chnitcr of au Intended corporal lou to be
culled "Fullon Water Company," the charac
tcr and objoct of whlrh Is the supplying of
waier lorine puuucaiiue uorouguoi uiraru
vllw, In the county nf Sohuylxlll, and to nei
odk. Dnrinersmns auj associ-iiiouH resiuin
herein as may delre the same, and for th'se
minw!.H8 to have, nossess and cnlov nil the
rights, bencllts ana privileges of said Act of
iYSbcmojy nnasuppn-jneuis mere.
j. it. ruAiutLUY. oiicuor.
QiBAnnvii.i.it, July 7, lb'Jl. 7 7-td
Entltlbd to tho Best,
Allure entillod to tho best' that their
money will buy, so every family should
havo, at once, a bottlo ' of the bost family
remedy, Syrup of Figi, to cleanse tho sys
tem when oostivo or bllfc-u?. For sale in
COo and ?1 0J bottles by all leading drug
Tbo worst danger about ueglortlnga Cough
or Cold Is Consumption, Wo cun assure our
readers that no medicine equals I'-n-Tlun
Co-mh nud Consumptluu Ciue. Try it. Trial
bottles free at Klrlln's drug store.
Theunderslene-d. desiring to retire from bus-
Inesn, will dispose of Ins stuck oi dry goodi,
groceries &c, chfap. I'nrchnser can alto 'ont
the store room at reasonable terms The
stand Is a good ono and In the hands of a live
mull can ue maue proniauie.
Uest work d6no at- Bronnan'a stoam
laundry. Everything white"and spotless.
Laco curtains a specialty. Alljwork guar-tntoed.
Arrangements for a Largo Plant
Beddall Brotiit rs & Company havo con
cluded arrangements for tho construction
ofalaigojig lVJUfo at Gilberlon that will
give employment to a large forco of men
Tho plant will not only bent-fit tho ptoplo
of Gilberlon, but will spread torJhenan
donh and Frackvillo as well.
The company lias had the undertaking
undor consideration for a long time and to
carry out tho arrangements now perfected
will nccessitato tho ogpoiiduuro of several
thnuands of dollar.
The jig houso will bo an immense struo
turo with all the modern Improvements
and will havo a capacity of COO tons per
Upwards of 200.000 foot of lumber will
b uiod in the construction of tho plant.
It will have an iron roof and everything in
and about it will bo first class.
Thero will bo flvo iigs, five screens, four
large I oilers and throo onginoe.
A large ioroe of masons and other work
men have commenced work on tho founda
tions of tho largo structure and another
large force is busy making a gi ado for the
siding from tho Philadelphia and Itoadiug
railroad, which will havo tho tonnage
What a Prominent Physician and
Chemist says After AnalysiB
and Praotloal Test.
Dr. J. Lyter, tormrrly of IteVevae ITotpUal
Meutcm Lwieye anu umg J nana vwieoe
tpealvt as foUowt :
Mew Yobk, October 26, 1890.
Alvfls Brazilian speolflo Co., OWulUtrtet.
Omit: The samp e of your Caolus Illood
Cuie, which I bought fur analysis, l luve
subleolsdto a very thorough tct, andean
find not a single trace of mineral or mercurial
preparation In It whatever; aud, as I have
bad consyeruble eipurlcuoe In ltsconilltu
Uonal ttiP-ot In certain dUentus already
known lo you, I consider it tho safest aud
best vegetable blood purliler in the maiket.
, . i. J. LYSTKK, Pit U, M. 1).
Bold at KlrllnH UrugHtoru.Kerguiiou Upute
pOU 13 II EU IFF,
joscpn won i
Subject to Democratic rulei,
Oft CONSTITimQAlj CONVENTION
Jnaiics J. Fraitcy.
Subject to Democratic rules.
M, S. SCHEIDER'S
Soutli nialti St., Blieuaiidoall
Thauma, late of Crystal Palace, London,
and Kdon Museo, Now York, Is on exhi
bition In Ferguson's theatro building.
Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pigs
OUAIl.VM 11P.EAD A Hl'KCIAXTY.
" - A fine Hue of Confectionary. 1'lne lee
Cream l'nrlors attached.
Tho famous firm nf Of I'l.ISTS snd OPTICIAXS
Havo arranged to scud one of their
ripiclaiuu ou the UVK
Saturday, August 1, 1891
lie will be at the
Irora 8 30 A. M. to ft 1. M.
Those Whose eves nro OAimlntr dlnnnmrnrt
should call upon our HpeolalUt, aud they will
revuivDiubuifeui iiuu saiiuui aiumiion.
UKEEJ & CO.
om ihciinut at.,
NTow Is the time to oh inge yo ir uuda wo ir.
Von o in getat Soailan's a sultolgjjd
Stiiiiiucr Undcrwenr at 50c
Utile bet'or lor 80o. Qool Mummer Ou'lug
Shirts, 21o to JL Q j to 'oanU'i's und gel the
new Century Brace tin iwt Mummer lira o
in the market. At
get a good
SOn Hill for Sic.
No more bother
with bais that do
not nt, as fcan
lan Inn a uew
tretchor fo? Shaping Rati
ollt tho head. Ouly two dozen more
aid neckwear left. Scaulauwlll st.ll you
cheap lints and caps, latest styles aud
colors. Cheap Ovemlls and White
aiiirts. jo Sotitlt Main St.
Q. Al. Hor.T.OPETER.
Phe warm weather Is here, and hotise-oleauing Is the next thing In order.
Ann ut such times most everybody needs something to brighten
up the home, so if you need a giod carpet of either
Veuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussels
TWO OR THSIEE-PX.Y INGRAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS !
T. O. IAVIS,
100 NortH Jarrtin St.
EATHER and SHOE FiHDIUGS
F. T. CLEAEY,
Dealer In all kinds oi -
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and flrst-olass slock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 T,V. CENTRE ST
Ferguson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA
Ice Cream Festival
Under the ausplcos of the
I10BB1NS' Ol'EllAllOUSInEXiNDOAU, PJ.
Wednesday, Aug. 5, '91.
Good for a plato Of cream,
Is located at
No. 14 North White Street
Having ban his gallery greatly Improved, be
in uowueiier pirjuireu niuu uvur uj meei.
tue wauiH oi ine puuue in lue puoto
graphic Hue. The best photo
graphs at lowest prices,
Crayon Work a Spooialty.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store
(Mas teller's old stand,)
Corner Coal unci jnrdliilUlu.
Mr. Bayder will always keep lu stock a fine
IIUDUl UUUIS IU1U HUUCH,
CtiHtoiu Worlc nud Ilenulrliig:
done la the best st vie. He guarantees to sell
i nave uig renin uj pay, ana guarauiees a genu
illtulclphta-' lae bargalu on every purchase.
Attention, House Cleaners !
Y'ou can find a full assortment at PRICE'S.
, iiuttam roie
"Window Similes, Floor and TVible Oilcloths and Linoleums of all gtadea.
Prices cannot bo beaten when quality is considered.
No misrepresentation out) prico to all.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
Ve mean It In every sense of the word. Wo offer you good all-wool
suits for less than their value. Our light goods musi' go, regardless of
cost; so If you want to purchase a Men's All-wool Cheviot Stilt for
S6.50 call on ua.
Furnishing goods also to. be had at lower prices than you will Und '
them elsewhere. Wo make no boasts merely for advertisement, but tf
what we advertise we will do. ' '
Cnlljand examine our bargains before purchasing and you will not
THE "FAMOUS" ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER,
1JL 2V Main Street, ShenandoaJi
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages aud Bonds written.
juurriago licenses nnn legal claims
promptly attended to.
Heal Estate, Collection and Insurance igeccy.
General Fire Insurance Business, Ilepreseuts
lue jxonnweswrn i.ue insurance uo.
Office Muldoon'i bulldlnir. corner Centre
and West Bis., Bheuandoah, l'a.
Good t'fcperiia ct All Kinds For Sale.
1. A two sto y double Ir.uno dwelling house,
sloeand realaiiram. on Kant i,ntrn St.
2. A dwiLing aud rentauranl on Kast Centre
3. Desirable property on oruer Centro and
juruiu Eireeia, sui.auie lor uusines pur-noses.
I. A two story double (rame dwelling, ou
West Lloyd strert.
5. Two2-story frame dwellluut. ou West Cen
8. Two 2 story dwellings ou the corner ol
win iinu uuownui au eets niore room in
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street with a large warehouse at the rear.
8. Three two-siory double frumo buildings
corner 01 ijioya anu uimeri streets.
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Pahted, Papered and Rcnovaled. "
No. 115 EAST CUN Tit 13 8TR1JKT,
Three doors above ICcndriok House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Haskey would lu'orm bis many friends
aud the publlo thai he will cater to their wants
In the same first-class stylo that he has done
lu the past. None but the best brands of-for-eign
and domestic wines, liquors aud ctearF
will bo Kept In Stock. Cholco temptrauci
drinks, line old slock ale A.
Theeatlugbar Is supplied with every tnW
In the eatlmt line seryed In tho best style
Menla served at all hours. Fine private-ruoraV
HO Hast Centre Street, SlIllXdXliOAll.
Oread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Confectionery
OF ALI KIHPS.
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ol
Hals, Caps and Gents' furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty or
Nellie Bly and Mary.Andersou Caps,
O BAST aBNTKH BU.
Q. M. HAMILTON, M. IJ.,
PHYSICIAN AflO SUH0E0H.
omce-ai West Lloyd Btreet, BUeaaudoah
Ik "M .BBOADWAY" RANGE
It beaut every thing In the market, and the
price Is Just right to suit the times.
It will pay you to come
and see 1U
I am prepared to do the following at the
Tin roofing....... 6o per foot aud up
Tin rouf painting 140 "
Tin oonductor via '
Tin hanging gutter .12c " "
Galvanized chimney stack aoo per pound
Hejailrs for all stoves a specialty.
WM. H. PRATT,
73m 33 s. Jardln Sl Shensndtah
The Clieapest Place !
Gents FurnisMng Goads, Hosiery, Etc.,
OHARLBS : YAROWSKY'S,
23 West Contra Ht., Bhenandoab,