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DPIC-3STIO GOODS
AT THE
CORNERSTORE
All kinds of potted meats, HhIi,
cnnned goods, oysters, lobate's,
cral)9, Ktuslan caviar, freeh spiced
oysters, Unost smokfd hums, bo
lognas uud cuioked bef, York slnte
full cream cheese,Kmautha1,8wl,
Edam, Supsiwo and LlinburRir.
Kitie nwsortmcnt of cakes and bis
cuits. G. and 1). pickles of nil
kinds. Pickles by the dozen. You
will find just what you want.
IP T:
ficM sea
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
Light.
Dark.
Mlill CITY, Pi
SEYBBU'S,
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
ALL tjik nkws FOR one cknt.
lias a larger circulation In Shenandoah than
any other paper puollslied. Clrcu.
latloa book open to all,
LOCAL LUNCHEON.
The migratory birds aro getting roady
for their fall flitting.
The houtowife ttanso days is busy prosorv-
inf? and canning fruit.
Ills the mm of sound judgmont who
knows when to keep still.
Vacation timo is rapidly declining and
school days aro nonr at hand.
It Is easier to buy n horso than to tell a
Rood cantaloupe boforo it is cut.
Postage stamps bought from a druggist
generally go from pillor to post.
With all tho wot weather the tomato cmp
is not looking tho least alarmed.
Thoso fond of corn frittorscan now onjoy
them to their appetites' contont.
A religion that dooi stick to a man dur.
ing business hours is no good aftor business.
THE HOLY COAT ON VIEW.
A Ql'imt Multitude In Attnmtnuo to Touch
tin- ltello.
TnEves, Au& SI. The public cxhlbl-
tlon ot the holy cone, Bald to have been
worn by tho Saviour, has begun. The
exhibition was Inaugurated by a nolomn
pontifical servloe, conducted by the
bishop. Tho coat Is hi a glnfB case on
the high marble staircase behind the
high altar. A large cross, Illuminated
by ga, hat been erected over the place
whero tue relic Is shown.
A great multitude was In atteudanoe
to seo tho holy coat, nud physicians are
overrun with applications tor certificates
on the part of the pilgrims who wish to
touch the garment with the hope of be
ing cured of disease. Neither tho dio
cesan authorities uor the gieat and In
creasing throng ot pilgrims apparently
pay uuy nttentlon to tho chargos affect
ing the authenticity of tho holy ooat.
Iho railway olllclalaoxpect an enorm
ous passenger traluo Sunday, and liuvs
made preparations to carry 09,000 pil
grims. The burgomaster of Treves
thinks that 800,000 pilgrims will visit
the city during tho exhibition of the
coat. Ho thinks that most ot
thorn will bring tbelr own food, so
the problem of furnishing provisions
for the throng will not bo a serious one.
Curo Yourself.
Don't riy Ixige doctors' bills. Tho best
medical book pmilMifd, one hundred piges,
clnn colored pinion, will be seut you on
receipt of three 2-cent slumps to pay the
postage. Addiees A. 1. Ordway Co,, IIuf
I'jd, Man
-FOR-
SHERIFF,
BENJ. J. SMITH,
l'KESENT DEPUTY.
SELLING OUT.
Deslrlnc to al'pw-n ol my entire stock of
gooas, in oraer ui vucato me storo-roum ior
oilier nuriiises, I will sell the remaining slock
Hi grtnxiy reuuuw jrire, iucrh gooas mnn
be sold within a ebon tlme.und It will benefit
ou 10 inspect uiesame.
6-10-tf
T. D. DAVIS,
xoo Nortli Jardln St.
SOHEIDER'S BAKERY,
HO Vast Centre Street, SirU.YA.S'nOAIl.
WANTS, &c.
TyANTED. A boy to attend a
it uur, vppiy to ur msiier, cor. ,iar
din nnd Lloyd streets, Bhouaudoob, 8-21-tf
FOR 8ALE.-Ai;ood pool table lit
tho KxcelsIorClub room. Apply at the
loom, or T. A. Evans', 31 Eait Centre St. ll-Jw
FOR HE N'T.'
containing six
Knight, 38 East Oentro street.
A ilwollitiB house
room. Apply to It, C,
8-Mf
QTOCK FOH SALE. Ten Bbnres
KJ or lakeside stock for fiftl" at par. Good
reasons for selllog,
auuoau, ra,
Apply to 11. J. Yost.Hiien.
o 17 II
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of the most desirable proper
lies on West Oak street, Tor sate on reasonable
terms. Apply at Kowse's grocery store, cor
ner Jardln and Oak street. Shenandoah, Fa.
TYPE WRITING. A young lady,
a graduate, wxnts work .it type writing.
Attention, House Cleaners !
Tho'warm weather Is here, imhI house-cleaning Is the next thing in order.
And at Biioh tlinos most everybody needs something to brighten
up the home, bo If you need a good carpet of either
Veuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brusse,
TWO OR TIIEIEE-FJUY INGRAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS!
You can find a full assortment at PRICE'S.
t,
dill at Herald olllee,
oncuanuoau, i-n,
or address Hkralu,
k Ml
Lace Curtains, Cartam roles of all Kinds !
8HOT HIS WIFE DEAD.
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Confectionery!
Progress.
It is very important in this ago of vast
material progress that a romody bo pleasing
to tho tasto and to tho eye, ea?ily taken, ac
ceptable to tbn stomach and healthy in its
natura and offocts. Possessing thoso nual
ities, Syrup of Figs is tho ono porfect laxa
tive and must gontlo diuretic known.
O'MALLEY WANTS A TRIAL.
Tho llenuesiy Murder JleoMlleri by the
., Dcteotlvu' Action
New OfXEANW, La., Aug. 21. After a
long rest the senatlounl scenes based
upon tho assassination of Chief HonueBsy
ere about to be revived. On tho day ot
the lynching of the Italian afsassins the
crowd also looked tor Private uotoctlvo
TV C. O'Malley, but failed to find him-
The Committee ot Sufetv promised to
lnolc after him. Durlna O'Maliey's con
cealmcut the Brand Jury found several
Indictments nituinit him for old sins
The only charuu in connection with tho
HBnnesBV matter was for aiding his lieu
tenant. T J. McChrystal, In attempting
to brili" n iuror.
(JMitThW surrendered and shrewdly
called tho commltteo leaders Into court
to testify upon the motion for a changs
of venno. Thov all sworo that ho could
get a fair trial, and that the conmlttee
had decided to let i.istico taiio us rouno.
Slnco McChrystnl's confession, upon
which tin, O'Mallev Indictment was
buned. has been ruled out by tin) court.
fVMnllov is now cla.norlnii for a trial
He says the district attorney has refused
either to Bet the case or nolla prosnul It,
nnd he will uo Into court to-morrow and
file a motion that (he case be lixed for
trial. The dufcuco Is conlldent of an uc
nuittal. nud luterestiua dcvelcpmeuls
may follow.
SAVED JUST IN TIME.
The UurnliiL- I'cmiter Set I'lro to tbo Child
111 ller Arms.
Providence, It. I., Auk. 21. A most
brutal and deliberate murder occurred
on Park street, Fawtuckot.
Mrs. James Lyons was sitting in her
little store with a uahy In her arms
when ber husband ontered, and pushing
her into tho stroot fired three times in
quick succession at her, the burnlna
powder setting flro to tho oh lid's clothes
and killing tua woman instantly.
murderer was arrested.
-OF ALL KINDS,
IMPORTANT!
The
An Olllcrr llvnteu by n Drunken Man.
NEWDUiian. N. Y.. Aug. 21. Whilo en-
deavorlnu to arrest Cornelius O'Rourke,
a drunken man, last night, Ofllcer Miles
was shot at by the man witn a gun no i
had in his hands, Tho charge failed to
tako effect and tho infuriated man used
the gun as a club and bent O Ulcer Miles
over the head with H, inflicting several
severe scalp wounds. O'Uourke was ar
rested.
NEW8 OF THE DAY.
Two IIuudlBd l'iuiiiir Itmcuud
a Hlulclnir l'lfimirn llout.
Lawrence, Mass., Aug. 21. The Bteam
er Startled Fawn, a pleasure boat plying
on the Mertlmac above the dam, sank
shortly after 0 o'clock laft evonlnu close
by tho falls abovo the city. Tho boat had
about 200 passengers on board nt tho
time, but they wero all saved by boats
which cuuio to tbo rescue.
Tho vessel became unmnnngoable
through tho breaking of tho tlllor handle,
but Captain Spates, with rnro presence
of mind, succeeded In steering her by
means of wrenches when In the swift
current near tho fallB and ran her upon
an obstruction.
Intonso excitement prevailed among
the nas3encers. and but for several cool
beads a p mlo would have occurred among
the women and children which would
probably hava resulted in tbo loss of Ufa.
Tbomns Eddlngton & Co., iron founders
of Glasgow, have failed for 25O,UU0.
The Chief of Police of Jersey City. N.J.
In answer to tolegrams from tho West
states that tho Mutual Land nnd Bnlld'
ing Syndicate bad no financial standing.
Iieniomiu Tnppln. who was arrested
at Nyaok. N. Y., for assaulting his 13-
vear-old daughter, nas neen commuioa
to the county Jail to await tbo action ot
the grand Jury.
A fair onion cron is assured In Now
Ennlnnd. Oranco County, Now York, and
Now Jereey, but the crop Is short In
Western New York, Ohio nnd Illinois,
according to elaborate reports from tho
entire onion-growing regions of tho
country.
Tho followlnn aro tho 'officers elected
at the session of tho Federation of Labor
bold nt Lancaster. Pa.i l'-esldent.
Charles A. Miller, of Harrisburgj VIco-
Presidents, John II. Driver, of Philadel
phia; Ueorgo li. Uiricu, oi rniinaoipnin;
W. A. Johnson, of Puuxsutawney; Seo-
rotary and Treasurer, J. S. Johnson, of
Alloohenv. Chester was seleoted ob tho
next meeting place. The Federation de
clared' themselves opposed to affiliating
with n political party as a body and de-
elded not to recognize the Socialist's
Labor party or the Farmer's Alllanca.
In ordT to make room for our fall goods we
urufccumg oui our eniiru H'-ci oi ijaaies,
FOOTWEAR.
Alfomlnlug nnd rubber boots. These goods
win uesoiaat A.rAuitir iuj. jorea
sunnble oiler lor ibe same will be
refused. Hemember, we
1st Dispose of the Entire Stock
and vou will be nstonHbed at the prices we
oilertne puonc. uii' gooas are an new
ana or me nuest quality, ijoq i iiiihs
the selllnK out of tho entire stock.
Remember, this Is no hnmtiug,
but a fact. Come oily wblle
our stock Is complete.
Kemember tho place,
Boston Boot ond Shoe Store !
Next door to postolrlce,
Sign of Star. Z.. GL,I)9IA, Jllllir.
No Combine Beer ! I
DE3IHAHLT3 PROPERTY FOR
sale cheap, It being on 'orner of Coal
mid Kmarlck streets. It is suitable for many I
purposes. Apply to No. 2 S Jardln BU 8 3 tf
FOR SALE. A party who in about
to m jve from town will sell a first-class
Uhlckerlog plann for a reasonable price. Ap
ply at the U KAI.D odlco. 8 17-3t
"OROPO-ALS. Sealed proposals
JL will bo recoivca uj tue unaersigneu o im
iTilitpeunill fin. m. Aucut2l. I8D1. for build
ing the foundation for St. George's Lithuanian
church, corner Jardln and Cherry streets,
Shenandoah, I'a. I'lans nud specifications
for the same can bo seen at the store of A.
Melusky, No. 1(8 Kust Centre street. The
commltteo reservo tho right to reject any or
all bids. A. tlKLU"KY,
j.un.itixuLiaivAQ,
Commltteo.
Shenandoah, August 11, 1891.
PROPOSALS Will bo received for
furnishing and delivering to the different
school bulldlngsol the borough of Shenandoah
2(15 lousof egg coal, 30 tons of stove coal, 10 Ions
of pea coal nd 10 tons of chestnut coal, All
uius tone suuimueu dj- epieraDer i, io-ji. x ue
committee reterves the right to reject any or
nil bids. The coal to be furnished must be
ironi the 1. &H. or Kchley Huu collieries.
H. J. owlis,
WILLIAM TltEZWK,
WILLIAM 11AOHMAN,
JAMKSO'IIKAHN,
A. J. UALLA.GHEH,
8-14-14t Committee.
Whitlow Sliadea, Floor and Table Oilcloths and Linoleums of all grades.
i'ricea cannot ue ueaien wnen quality is consiaereu.
No mlsreprcBentatiou one price to all.
113 North Main Stre9t, Shenandoali, Pa.
KZSXv escccoa JgEEMil Hf it
We mean it In every sense of the word. We ofler you good all-wool
suits for les3 than their value. Our light goods must go, regardless of
cost; so If you want to purchase a Men's All-wool Cheviot Suit for
$0.50 call on us.
Furnishing goods also to be had at lower prlce3 thau you will llnd
them elsewhere. We make no boasts merely for advertisement, but
what we advertise we will do.
Calland examine our bargains before purchasing and you will not
regret It.
POLITICAL.
-JJlOB SHERIFF,
josepu won,
OF POTTSVH.I.E.
Subject to Democratic) rules.
lOlt CONSTITUTIONAL. CONVENTION
James J. Frnney.
OF SIIENANDOA".
Subject to Democratlo rules.
H
ffATTP
i "Ml
in
m
RE
CLOTHIER
11 jV. Main Street, Shenandoah.
I3J1 YOU
has secured the ajency for the
BUUVE1SES and EXPORT BEERS
RICHARDS & CO.
OF WILKES-UAIIRK.1
Coming Events.
Auc. 22. Picnic of tho Fowlor's M. E
Handay school at Delano.
Sept 2. Japanese ico croara feEtlyal in
Hobbins' opera house, undor tho auspices of
Bbonandoab Oommandery, No. 11, Sons of
Amerioa.
Best work dono at Ilrennan's etoam
laundry. Evorythinu white and spotless.
sce ourtains a spocialty. All work guar-Knteed.
WALL PAPER !
A CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED AT
MELLBT'S,
Blanks Ec
Gilt , 8o
Embossed: ,....12 l-2c
Whitlow Similes, spring rollers..25c
Curtain Polos 25c
A WANDERER FOUND.
Couna Untile Conrad Id the Woods for
Seven Weeks.
New Haven, Conn., Aug. 21. Hattle
Conrad, a 12-year-old daughter of Albert
Conrad, a well-to-do contractor for JJayer,
Btrous & Co., has been mission from
borne for seven woeka until she was
found in West Haven yesterday by ofll
eors ot tho orcanlzed charities.
The atrl had a mania for running away,
and no fears wero expressed for ber safety
until recently, A neuron was instituted
for her and sho was located in West
Haven, where she had boon frequently
seen. Duriuu uer sovon wees- wanuer
ln tho girl has slept In Orango Woods
lu a rudely constructed hut and subsisted
on berries and such other food as was
thrown to her from houses whoro she
bepged. Her clothing hardly concealed
her person. She was sent to a roiorma
tory in Ulddletown.
These bowers nre NOT IN ANY
'1 RU-T and are felling rhelr
excellent beds at the
peop'o's prices.
Saloonkeepers Supplied at $7 Per Barrel.
Private Parties " " $8 "
ORDERS CAN HE LEFT WITH
ARE GOINO TO
MlKHOtirl, ICaiiHns, ArlinnsaH,
Tcxiis, NvIirnKlcn, Louisiana,
Colorado, Utali, cmilornln,
Oregon, WaHlilnirton, 31 ctxlco,
Sew Mexico or Arlzoiiu,
and will send me a postal oard
or letter stating
Where you are going,
When you are going,
Where you will start from,
How many there are In your party,
What freight and baggagoyou have,
I will write you or call at your house and
rurulsh you with the fullest Information
regarding routes, lowest rates of all
classes, besides maps, descriptive and Il
lustrated land pamphlets, resort books,
Hot Springs guides, etc.
Cheap Farming Lands In Missouri, Arian-
bus, ivuutms uuu lUAtm,
J. P. McCNN. Eastern Trav. Ant.,
W. E. HOYT.
G.E. P. Agt., 301 Broadway ,New York
Iron Mountain Route,
A. J.GALLAGHEE,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leas os, Mortgages and Bonds written.
juurriage licenses ana legal claims
promptly attended to.
Heal Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
General Fire Insurance Business, Represents
the Northwestern i,ue insuranceco.
Office Muldoon's building, corner Centre
and West Sts Shenandoah, I'a.
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Good Hroperties of All Kinds For Sale.
1, A two story double frame dwelling house
sioreana restaurani. on n;ast centre at.
-A dwelling and restaurant on Kast Centre
street.
a. Dofclrable property on coruer Centre and
jurain sireets, suiiaoie ior uusinesi pur
roses.
i. A two story
west woya street.
two story double lrame dwelling, on
S. Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cen
tre street.
6. Two 2 story dwellings on tho corner ol
uoai ana uuesmui streets more room in
one.
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street witn a large warcuouse at tuo rear,
8, Three two-siory double frame buildings
corner oi ljioyuauu uutieri streets.
I SOL. UAAK, 120 S, MAIN ST,, Missouri and pacific railway
who will promptly All all orders for
Shenandoah and vicinity.
MOVED TO
22 East Centre St., Shenanaoah
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
Will Not Moat In llaltlmuru.
New YonK, Aug. 21. Irish clrclos aro
surprised over the news that the conven
tion ot tho National League of America
will bo held in Chicago next month, In
stead of in Baltimore, as the National
Council of tho organization agreod upon
at its meeting lu Cincinnati in April
laU The change was decided upon
owing to complaints of members ot the
League in the Northwest, they claiming
they could not go so far away from home
as Baltimore.
rvffar mid SllUion $iHk.
Mt, QiutTNA, I'a., Aug. St. It is esti
mated that at letst ;3,U0i) people visited
the Farmers' Euoampment to-day. The
encampment wu addresssd by United
States Senator William A. lMIor aud
Congressman Stmpsen ot Khukui. Tho
latter in the course ot bis remarks, re
ferring to the question ot whether or not
he worn socks, said: "I beg to assure you
that I um a member of Congress. I not
only got the socles of tbo other fellow,
but bis shoes alto."
first National Bank,
TIIE.VTltl? DUILniNO,
SHENANDOAH, PENNA.
The Leaclinrj Photographer,
NO. 14 N, WHITE ST.
The work done at this gallery Is fully eoual
to that done at the IiU'rfO galleries of New
VorltanU Philadelphia. Cuuipnrlson Is in
vited between the specimens of his two nnd
three dollar cabinets shown In his window
aud the best of work done eltewhere at live
and six dollars.
tnruo not ciimn long nights oi stairs to
ratronlzoau enterp.'ts) run by out of town
parties when better work may be had of your
own luwuuincu.
Capital, $100,000.00. Lambert, The Hatter,
No, 115 EAST CENTRE STRGET,
Tbcee doors nbovo Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Haskev would Inform his many friends
and the publlo thai be will cater to their wnnts
in me same nrsi-cioos style mat ue lias acme
In the past. None but the best brands of for. ,
elgn and domestlo wines, liquors and cigars
will be kept In stock. Choice temperance
drinks, Fine old Block ale
The eatlne ba- H supplied with everything
lntueeitlm: line served In the best style.
Meals served at all hours. Fine nrlvate rooms
attached.
-TTJST OTJT-
The"SEW BROADWAY" BAHGE
It beats everything In the market, and the
pricuiBjustrigntuj suit tne times.
It will pay you to come
and see It.
I am prepared to do the following at the
nrlces ouoted-
Tin roofing (la per foot and up
Tin rojf painting Jfeo " "
Tin conductor , 12o " "
Tin hanging gutter 12o " "
uaivamzea cmraney eisck aw per pound -
Repairs for all stoves a specially.
M. E. PRATT,
7.6 3m 331 S. Jardln St., Shenandoali
LEATHER and SHOE FINDINGS
OTHAWB thnw lh way the wind blows, hut
they don't show whal hard blows we have
been striking at lrw hat prices. Borne hats
are dear at any price; these hnts are cheap at
double iho money, If what covers your head
Is not becoming toyou, all tbe pains you take
as to tbe ret ot your atllre nreslmply thrown
i way. Come aud see how yon will look In
one of our 50o straw bals. There's no use In
glvlugauy lurther description of them than
to say this they nre stylish. Wo cut the
price down because we want to cut our Uock
A. W. Leisenrng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisennnq, Cashier,
S.W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dally Prom 9 to 3.
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps.
8 HAST CJBKTTIRia ST.
TO HUCKSTERS
L. Gardner, agent for the New Jersey
l'taeu uroweru association,
will be at tbo
LEHIGH VALLEY DEPOT
every uiornlnpr with choice Jersey
reaches, Uauteloupos, Tomatoes, liart-
lett Pears, dso., which will be sold at
down. Another big bargain In hauls our SI q ppp fjpMT1 TMrngpporri l Philadelphia prices.
rr'r.. x,. GiTtiDisnniix.
ralitou Bavluicw Deposit.
8-lMw
Dealer In all kinds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and first-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA.
The Cheapest Place !
-TO BUY-
Gents' FuroisMng Goods, Hosiery, Etc,
IS AT
CHARLES : YAROWSKY'S,
23 West Centre Bt,, Shenandoah.
Q M. HAMILTON, M, D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
oraoe-
Zt West Lloyd Street, Bhenandoan

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