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CORNER STORE i
All kinds of potted meaU,'flafij
canned goods-, oysters, lobsters,
crabs, Umslnu cuvlar, fresh spiced
oysters, llueat smoked hams, bo
loguns wild Kinoked bef, York stuto
full croatn eheeKO.temauthal.SwlM,
Edam, Snpsano and Llmburr'er.
Fine assortment of oaken and bis
cuits. G. and B. plrklos of nil
kinds, l'lokles by the dozen. You
will find Just what you Wunt.
CN"0"W" OUT I
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
Lin mi an
im&ia BssransbxaraM s ectn Rsiaxa maim MsntUi W trJnsnnr' I I -A..-j t-JL. Vf -fi-X C4 JL XlLg
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
ALL Till. NHWS VOll ONI5 CBXT.
lias a larger circulation in Shennndmh than
any other piper published. 01rcu
latlon hooks open to nil.
AFFAIRS OATJGHT HASTILY.
What News Gathoro-s Take- a
Moment to Toll About.
September 3d Is the last day lor reg
istration. After this mouth business will begin
to pick up.
1'eaches, watermelons and canta
loupes have the call.
Labor Day, September 7th, will be
the next holiday.
Tie your horse In a bhady place ou a
liot sunshiny day.
It's a bli; fruit year but prices too
low to suit the growers.
Borne people know too much about
their neighbors' business.
Worry kills more people than work,
so work on and don't worry.
The young man, like the mosquito,
Is often mashed on a pretty face.
Brlnp; ymir printing to the Herald
olllce if you want it ueatl done.
Remember that September 3d is the
last day for reflstrauon to vote ou
Peaches aro improving in quality,
und what Is Just as good they uro not
increasing in price.
Some men get acquainted with their
wives before marriage : others after
they aro married.
The funeral of the infant son of
William M-trtin took place this ufter
noou. Funeral left on the 12:52 Ij. V,
train for Mahanoy City, where inter
nent was mudo.
Keputillcun voters snouitt seo. thj
they are properly nstwstd consult
me registry list, unu ....... mim is
.iis-ess'ir at ouce.
not there spy 41ln
tt li vnrv important in this auo of vast
materi il process that a remedy bo ploasinK
to tho taste and to iho eye, easily taken, ac
ceptable to tho stomach and healthy in its
naturi and effects. Possessing the'O qual
ities. Syrup of Figs is tho ono perfect laxa
tlvo and most gonla diuretic known.
Vancy 15-irtlctt poars, 75 conts per basket,
Tho Rlngtown Fair.
Tbo twolith annual fair will bo beld at
Itinutown on Wodnosday, l nursaay ana
Friday, August 20, 27 and 28. On Wod
nosday thoro will bo a trotting raco for 3:30
horses. On Thursday thoro will bo trotting
and running horso races, and bicycle and
sack races. Tho colebratod Grant Cornot
Hani will give two grand concerts on tho
same day Qi Friday thoro will bo n trot
Unu race for 2: 10 horses. 8-22-3t
At tho Samo Price.
All persons holding duplicate checks for
photographs can have tho eamo promptly
finished at Koapey's art studio at tho samo
price, ltomombor wo aro on tbo first floor.
A Budget of Interesting Articles
on All Topics.
The Wadfsvllle shaft, which has
been idle since 1881, will likely re
Mimn operations ngaln. The water In
the flooded mine is to be pumped out
and a fhaft sunk to Skidmore and
Buck Slountaiu veins, neither of
which have been worked. Should
they prove valuable, and there Is
everv reivon to believo that they will,
the find of coal will lust for at least
twenty years. When In operation
this mine cave employment to 500
men and boyi, and a resumption of
work will prove a greui ueneni to
Wadesville, St. Clair and Pottsvlllo.
The Mine Inspectors Kxamlulug
IJ'iard aro to recommend Governor
Pattlou to appoint Edward Roderick,
of Stockton, an inspector of the new
district, and Patrick Blewitt. of Scran
ton. an Inspector of tlie oiu uisirict.
They are the only applicants who nu-
swend 00 per cent, or tlie questions
and the anno ntmentu will uuuouut'
edlv be made. The new lstrlet was
cieated by the Mine 1iitw Commbsiou.
John Welsh, of Lost Creek, hos
hum nnnointed L. V. R. R. telenraph
r.nerntor at Mt. Carmel. to succeed
Howard Grovcr, who goes to Laury's
The Slmmokln Dlsnntnh hai Tax
Collector Schmidt, of town, lu the
sporting column as a spriuter.
Mrs. Catherlue Kline and her two
daughters aud two graud-chlldren
weie poisoned by dried shipped beef,
bat they are out of dnuger.
NO LONGEft A MYSTERY.
ThoTliroo Ohio Children Were Put In tUo
Chest Wlillu 1'lrtjtlig Jull.
Iiwnton, 0., Aug. 2o. The mystery
surrounding tho tragedy, In which threo
children of Mr. and Mrs. George Hamil
ton woro found smothered to death In a
chost lu which they had been fastened,
1ms been cjohled up.
Y.iTber W'nrnlck", ft playmnto of the
n.ninTi children, admitted to his
mother that Kirfce Eurllcho and a boy
.,nm,.,l Pnmberton. tocether with him
self, while playing "jail" locked the mi
t...tnin oiilhlrwi in tho chost, nnd, be
ing called to supper shortly after, neglect-
. . .1 . itTl. Unit. vnp
nick had confessed, the other boys told
tho samo story.
Tho mothers of tho children aro crazed
with grief, but it Is hardly likely that
anything will bo dono in tho matter, as
all tho boys are under eight years of ago.
pOU CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
James .J. Fran cy.
Bublect to Democratic rule?.
Will ho recolved up to U o'cloctr,
FRIDAY, AUG. 28. 1891,
lor excnvntlng tho ground about tho New
court iiou-o. i'ian uuu pccincaiious can
tie been at the commis-ioner-' onice.
HAMUEIj G. DeTUIUC,
.IA.M1M J 110 WK8,
ELI A3 E. HEKD,
Attest-JoiIN B. SNYDElt, Clerk. 8-21 Id
TXTANTED. A boy to attend
T T horsB. Apply to Dr. Klsller, cor. Jar
din and Lloyd streets, HUenuudoiili,
FOR BALE. A good pool table In
tho ExcelslorClub room. APDly at the
room, or T, A. Evans', 81 Eat Centre "it. 11-3 tv
L? co ilalnlng six
-A dwell I lie house
rooms. Anoly'to It. C.
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of the most desirable proper
ties oc West Onk street, for pale on reasonable
terms. Apply ntKoweo's grooery store, cor
ner Jardln and Oak streets, Hhonundoah, I'a
TYPE WRITING. A young lady,
aRrnduaU, vrmts work .it type writing
i nllnt IIekalp nlllee, or address Hhi-u.o,
tjuenandoah, I'a, K 141
FARMS FOR SALE. Are you look
ing tor a rarm? It so call on or write to
J.J. Kehler, Frackvllle, Pa., as to where Ihpy
are located aud for terms. 8-2J-II
.EIKABLE PROPERTY' FOR
sale ohenn. It belnir on corner of Coal
and Emerlck Bireets. It is miltable for mny
purposes. Apply to no. 'in s jaratn hi. u
We are selling out our entire stoo of Ladles.',
Misses' uuu unuaren's
to make iroom for our full Roods, already or
dered, in lapi, we aie uBLBriumeu iu
clear ovcrythlui; out, Including
a large lot of Men's
Mining and Rubber Boots.
Theso goods must bo sold, and no roisonable
oiler will be refused for them. This Is no
humbug, as wnai wo anveriisw we
mean. The people will now
have an opportunity to
Secure Genuine Bargains.
Come early bclore tho sizes are broksn.
Boston Bool and Shoe Store
- . i
Cor. Main and Oak Slr.ets, Shenanaiian,
I.. GOLUU Mlljrr.
"OROPOSALS Will be received for
JL furnishing nnd delivering to the different
school bulldlngiol t be borough of Uheuandoah
2i!3toniofeggooal,88lonsof stoveooal. lOtonk
or nun cni una iu tons oi one diuut coai. vvn
Dius tooe suomuieu oy pepiemoer isai. ice
committee rocerves the r ght to reject any or
all bids. The cool to be furnished mitn be
from the 1'. & li. or Kehiey nun collieries.
A. J. GALLQHEU.
Has removed to Bill Jones 'old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where ho will be pleased to meet thewt
of his friends and the public la
Everything in the Drinking Line
Attention, House Cleaners 1
rhewarm weather Is here, and house-cleanlnir Is the next thine In order.
Aud at such titties most everybody needs Boinethlue to brighten
up the home, so If you need a good carpet of either
Velvet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussely
TWO OR. YMIIKE-SMVY INGKAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG OAR PETS !
You can find a full assortment at PBICE'S.
Window Shades, Floor aud Table Oilcloths and Linoleums of all grades.
Prices cannot be beaten when quality is considered..
No misrepresentation one price-to all.
PRICE'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Fa.
GUT of a
& HI I h
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Mastoller's old stand,)
corner conl aud Jnrclln St8.
If you And you have fallen down Into a hole,
Give attention to what we shall say :
Our prices and bargains such people coniole,
Bringing help In a practical wuy:
People get into financial holes and
they are the worst kind by paying
more for things than they are worth.
To get out, buy only what Is worth all
It costs. The poet in our establishment
puts It lu versa as above. But that Is
not definite enough. See the follow
ing oflerings with figures:
Black Cheviot Suits for men, $S to 10.
Boys' all-wool Cheviot Suits, $5.
Nesktles worth 50o for 25c.
11 JV. Main Street, Slienandoali.
Fancy Dalowaro poaebos
Sept. 2. Japanese ico cream featiyal in
Itobbins' oporahouso, under tho auspices of
Shenandoah Oommandery, No. 14, Sons of
Sent. 1, Ico cream and poach festival in
Itobbins' opora homo under tho auspices of
All Saints' Episcopal Sunday school.
Go to Coslott's for your prosorving fruit.
You can obtain a pack of best quality
playinR cards by sending fifteen cents In
nostaKO to 1. S. Kustls, Gen'l Pass. At.,
11., 0. & Q.H. K. ObioaRO, 111. tf
If you want to drive away Dyspepsia,
Biliousness, Constipation. Foor Appetite and
all evils arising from a disordered Liver uso
lr. Ie's t.lver Hegulutor. Trial bottles free
at Klrllu's druK store.
Thrco Prominent Cltliens Dead.
Osweoo, N. Y., Aug. 23. Oswego has
lust lost three prominent citizens ljy death.
Treasurer C. Gilchrist, for many years a
puccessful merchant; John 1). Kayette, a
mnimfnrtnrpr here for moro than fifty
rpnrs. nml L. W. Peckham, an under
taker, who died at Salamanca whilo visit
Jlrs. Warden to Oct tho Howard.
CoNConu, N. II., Aug. 23. Tho opinion
is expressed by Governor Tuttlo that Mrs.
Vn,,lr.n. the mother of Cbristio Warden,
v.-l,n whb murdcreil bv Almy or Abbott, Is
nntitlml to tho S2.B00 reward offered by
tho Governor iu tho name of tho State for
the murderer's apprehension, she having
givou tho information leading to his arrest.
Concressman Hoar's Wlfo Dies Suddenly.
Uns-rns. Autr. 25. Caroline I'rescott
Wnivi wl f n nf iontrressman-elect Sherman
Ttnnr. of Waltham. riled suddenly yestor-
,1nv of heart trouble. She bad been seri-
n.lu 111 for a week or more, but imme-
rtintn dniiL-er was not considered possible.
Tfpr nco was 80 years. She leavos two
A Snloon-neoiier Sues for T.lbel,
Fali. Riveb, Mass., Atlg. 23. Thomas
Heady, a saloon-keeper here, has sued the
fiinl.n for libel, nlaclnc damages at 5,000.
Ready claims that the paper on December
u, lb'JO, puhllsueil nn arneie biutiutj iuui
ho (Itoady) was iutorcsted In a "grave
The Leadintj Photographer,
Mr. Snvder will always keep In stock a One
line of boots and shoes.
Custom Worlc and Repairing
done In the best style. H guarantees to sell
cheaper thin competitors on .Main street who
Inave Dig rents to pay, jiuu kuiuii;cji bcuu
ine bargain on every purchase.
no. w n. white st. No Combme Beer!
ti, ujrvrlr dnnn nt this tallorr Is fully eoual
to that done at the large g.illeiles ofipw
Vnrtr o, I'll, lun Alnlllll. 1 l,IIIIViri(IIl 1H IU
vltodbetm-euthe spe.-imens of his iwoaud
thrie dollar cauiuets suowu in nii -iuuuy
and tho ben of work done elsewhere a Ave
ar A ulr rlnl laro.
JttjTUtt 1101 Climo long lllguiH Ul nui.rn w
nntmnifiitiii nt f, nrn , rim bv oil' of ton
patties when better work may be hid of your
has secured the agency for the
BUUWE1SES and EXPORT BEERS
ROBBING OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
NORTH MAIN STEBET, SHENANDOAH,
Fall Term Begins Monday, August 31st, 1891.
W. J. SOLLY, President.
Struck With a Jlaseball Hat.
Mount Carmkl, Pa., Aug. 25. Felix
Wnsnlskl was struck over the head with
a baseball bat last evening by OttoSchultz
during a quarrel and tatauy injured.
Schultz is iu jail.
llostmi Defeats llullfax.
HALIFAX. Aug. 25. The international
rrlnket match between tho Lsnawoods of
lloston nnd the Halifax Wanderers was
won bv the Longwoods by a tcoro of 88
JO East Centre Street, SUENJ.XDOA11,
The "HEW BRnADWAV" RANGE
It boats everything in the market, and the
price is juu- rjgut o sun ine iiiues.
Xt will pay you to oome
I am prepared to do the following at the
Tin roofing do per foot and up
Tin roor painting
Tin conductor 129 "
Tin liati.rinor miner 1a
uaivamzea cniraney hlhuk .wu per jiuuuu
liepalrs for an etovos a specialty.
M. R. PBATT,
7 fl 3m 331 S. Jardin St., Shenannoan
RICHARDS & CO.
These brewers aro HOT IN AN
inUST and aro selling helr
excellent beers at the
Saloonkeepers Supplied at $7 Per Barrel,
Private Parties " " 55 "
OUDEI19 CAN HE LEFT WITH
SOL. HAAK, 120 S. MAIN ST.,
who will promptly til' all orders for '
tShenandoh and Tlclully.
Bread, Cakes, Ice Crwia and Co fecliunery I
-OF AM, KINDS.
The place to buy your school books cheap is
Also Scholar's Companions, nook Htraps,
Bchool llagi. Tablets, etc. Everything
and anything required In cbool.
Hlates, pencils, etc., sold re
tail nao wuoiesaie.
Books Sui'.alile for East and West JIahanoyTwp.
Don't forget the place if you w IsU to save
CHAS, T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Centre St, Sfienanaoafi.
Pure Ice Cream 1
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Orders promptly atleDdf d to, Particular at
tention paid to nails, l')cmc,
NOKTII MAJN HTllliET,
tftar Corner of. Lloyd, SHENANDOAH, PENNA
CTBA.WH show lu way the wind blows, but
they don't show what hard blows we have
been striking at atraw bat prices. BomohaU
are dear at any price; these hats aro cheap at
double the money. If what covers your head
Is not beoomlus toyou. all the pains you take
as to the rest ol your attire areslmply thrown
away, (lomeand see how you will look in
one of our 60a straw hats. There's no use In
giving any lurther description of themtbati
to say this they are stylish. We cut tho
price down becausn wo want to cut our stock
down. Another big bargain In hats Is our tl
13 S, Mala St. S0ANLAN Shenanioah
AHE COINO TO
MlHsnurl, iCniiHUH, AtkaiiBas,
Texas, Nc!riitilcu, I.oiiiHtaiiu,
Colorado, Utah, Cnlltorulii,
Kew Mexico or Arizona,
and will sead rae a postal otrd
or Utter stating
Where you aro polus,
When you aro going,
Where you will start from,
How many there are In your party,
What freight aud baggagoyou have,
I will write you or oill at your house and
furnish you with the fullest tlnformatlon
reeardlng routes, lowest rates of all
classes, beside maps, descriptive and Il
lustrated land pamphlets, resort books,
Hot Bprlngs guides, eto.
Cheap Farming Lands In Missouri, Arkan-
BUS, JltlUBUp UUU lUUfl,
J. P. McCANN. Eastern Trav. Aflt.,
W. E. HOYT,
Q. E. P. Agt. , 891 B road way ,Ne w York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Bonds written.
Marriage licenses ana leeat claims
promptly attended to.
Ileal Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
General Fire Insurance Business. Represents
tnerorvnwestern laie insurance
OFFICE-Muldoon'sbnlldlng, corner Centre
and West Bis,, Bhenandoah, I'a.
Good Properties ol All Kinds For Sale.
1, A two story double frame dwelling house
t.-nrnnml restanraut. on Eat Oentre Bt.
2, A dwelling and restuuraut ou East Centre
8. Desirable property on corner Centre and
juidiu streets, snuaoie tor uusiucsi pur-noses.
1. A twostory double frame dwelling, on
West Lloyd stret-t.
5, Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cen
flTun 2ntnrv dwelllncrq on tbe corner of
coal ana uueiuut streets nwru room iu
Two-story single house on North Chestnut
stmpt with a mrifti warehouse ut the rear.
g, Three two-siory double frame buildings
corner or JLioya ana uiiuert streets.
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Pakted, Papered and Renovate!
No. XIS EAST CENTRE STREET,
Three doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Haskev would ln'orm his many friends
andthepubllo that he will cater to their wants
in ine samo nrst-cioss style mat uv nas uuoo
In tho past. None but the best brands of for.
elen and domestic wines, liquors and cigars
will be kept lu slock. Choice temperance
drinks. Flue old si ock ale
The eatlne bar Is supplied with everything
In the eatlns line served In the best style.
Meals served at til hours. Flue private rojms
LEATHER and SHOE FIIIDIIfe
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Gentt' furnishing Ooods
atd makes a specialty ot
Nellie Bly and Mary Auderaou CapB.
6 EAST OHNTIIB ST.
TO HUCKSTERS I
L. Gardner, agent for the New Jersey
Peaoh Grower's Association,
will be at tho
LEHIGH VALLEY DEPOT
every mornlnp with choice Jersey
Peaches. Cantelounea. Tomatoes, Harr
iett Fears, &a,, which Will be sold at
dp. jr. clearit,
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 J
Gents' FurnisMng Goods, Hosiery, Etc ,
CHARLES : YAROWSKY'S, '
2d westuemro nu, ououanuouu.
Q M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUH0E0N.
Offlce-29 West Lloyd Street, Hhenando&i