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title: 'The Evening herald. (Shenandoah, Pa.) 1891-1966, August 29, 1891, Image 4',
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COMER STORE I
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All kinds of potted meats, flsh,
canned goode, oysters, lobstfi,
crnbs, Itu Hinn c.ivinr, fresti splood
oysters, finest smoked liams, bo
loRnnfc and smoked bcf, York statu
full cream chcoeo.Emautlial.Swlss,
Edam, Bnneuirn and LlmburRer.
Fine assortment of cukes and bis
cuits. O. and 15. pkkles of nil
kinds. I'iekles by tbodoz-n. You
will find Just what you want.
HT BBSS;, igJat.
aba txraaaxseissaJ x nsoa raia Va' aHm w ia!MBaluiBmroBaiMBaa -B.
Cor. Contro and White Streets
The Evening Herald
ALL THE NHWS Foil ONK CUNT.
Han ft larser circulation In Bhenandoah than
any other piper published. Uircu
latton book npu lo nil.
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY.
"What Nows Gatherers Take a
Moment to Toll About.
Thfe tide of summer truvel will soon
bo Homeward bound.
The berry-pickers' harvest la nearly
over In this soctlon.
The mau who predicted a dry sum
mer was away oil tliii year.
The (Ire of love U the only flro n
woman llkei to kindle.
Mao needM somebody to sympathize
with him even In his meanness.
The honevmoon knows more
changes than all the other moous put
The old way was to pray for rain.
Thenewwav is to shoot for it, and
the more the better.
IJook dealers are real lug their an-
mi d harvest, which always comes
with the opening of tlio teliool.
Umbrellas have been In constant
btvIco for so long that many of them
are showing the result oi wear.
Auirust has lately been making
rain record that will closely approach
the record which July made hi the
July was a wet month, and August
i.,'W8 a deposition lo hrcal; tlio record
and round out a decldely damp siiiii
Tim lm hMicadcd men of Shenan
innli rinil WH llllVB IliallV. BllOUld IlOt
despond. A genius thinks he has dis
covered a process by which hair must
Krow on any pate, no matter how loug
The man wlio refuse to advertise,
or subscribe, or tell any news ho may
i , ,.r lai.lwavs tlio first to "won-
iviiun ii V- ... w
rli.p wliv the deuce this town can't
have a decent newspaper."
no to church to-morrow.
n.ln vmir school supnllt 8. Ttead
the advertisements in the Herald,
Don't fail to send us all the person
Fall goods are already arriving.
Tf nnr Catawissa valley farmer
r.lnnilnnnl Inv nil Hilllietlllllir for
rainy day this year, it will be their
Don't forget the coming Orwlgaburg
There will bo plenty of preserves
'Plw, ..IwntincVH (if the HUL'lir llB
much to do with the great amount of
jellies and preserves put up this year,
fur which we are Indebted to Mt
Kinley nud his tarlll bill.
A Budget of Interesting Artlolos
ou All Topics.
Hush! Don't make a noise. The
Boaid of Trade ute asleep AeMaiul
lUcfjram. We can sympathize with
our neighbor. Our Board of Trade Is
The local correspondent of the Re
publican savs J 8. Tenietls willing
tnirtvKthe rlulit to nroduee his play
MoiiiMi iihIim" for mii vears for a
percentage of "fl-e cents oil all tile
receipts at the door." Mr. Tempest's
terms ate exceedingly moderate.
The ltenublican executive committee
win meet in iotiBViiiouuiuuimny.
V.. J. I.iwltir. of Mahanoy City, aud
Itrlili.ct. Kllnv. iif Kheiiaui oah. were
married by justice M. F. Pllueger, of
The marriage of Hamuel Conrad and
Mls Mtslllu, daughter of Mr. and
-'rs. Jonathan Hontz.of Hlieuaiuioaii,
took plive at a Lutheran parsonage
n Hindim. un ineirreiur.i iney win
go to housekeeping In Clark's valley.
There was au Italian shooting allray
it Surlnir Tunnel, near Jjausioru.
One Italian was shot by another, in
111 Ml nir ii rmlnfnl wound 111 tile I ice
!' ih im tint filtered me mouiu unti
nReiI out through tlio cheek, llie
itn'imi who cniumttted the deed took
to the mountain and was given chase
intil late iut- the llUut but without
dleetlng an arreU. The man wanted
h aiiout (Iva feet six inches lau, mint
oiniilexloned and has black chin
whiskers and moustaahe.
Mrs. Finlev " Una, of Carbondale,
cut her throat with a razor, dying
instantly. Despondency and domes'
t'c troubles were the causes.
At the Same Prlco.
All persons holding duplieuto eheckf for
photographs enn have me tamo promptly
flnUhod at Keasioy's art studio at tho eaiuo
price, liemetnbor wo urn on tlio Drat fiV or.
Four tintypes for '25 cents, at Dabb's. If
Ml J. SMITH,
t9 lift Centre Street, SirJSX.lXDOAll,
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Co fcclionery
IT'OH SALE Old bottles, suitable for
? bottling catsup, Ac, can bo bad Very cheap
at J. A. Itellly'a liquor 810 o. 8 20-tf
FOK HALE. A good pool table In
the KxcelxlorOluh room. Apply at tho
room, or T. A. HvanV, 31 Eajt Centre St ll-3w
"ITiOIt REN" P. A dwelling
JJ co ilnlnliiff six rooms. Apply to
jvuigui,i, cinsL ueuire sireoi.
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
Rftls. One of the most rtcslrablo prop'r
tlwi og West CUlt street, for wile on reasonable
per Jardln aud Oik street, shenindoan. Par;
TYI'E WRITING. A young lady,
agraduat", winlsworlt.it typo writing.
Cull Ht HEaALD olltce, or addretB HiiiiAi.ri,
Hliouaudjali, t'a, H 1 11
ARMB FOR BALE. Aroyoit look-
in f,r n fiirm? Tr ko will on or write lo
i t Kohinr. irnuiicvllln. Pa.. Ha to where liny
nro located and for termn. 8 22-lf
Kileclienii.lt belnc on orner of Coal
aud Emerlck Rtreets. It Is suitable for mnuy
-OF AI.I. KINJ1S.
Pure Ice Oream. !
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Sent. 1 Ico cruum and peach festival in
It5btins' opera houfo uiider tho auspices of
All Saints' EpUcopal Sunday school.
Sept. 2 JupanasQ ico cro.un festival in
Nubbins' opera homo, under tho aiuplooaof
Shenindunli Conimaiidfry. No. 1-1, Sous of
Sept 12 Farewell picnic of Columbia
(. o Club.
Srarclilni; Car Cnpt. lU.ld Treasure.
Halifax. N. S.. Auir. 39. A symllcato
of men from Colchester County have
lensed tho late Anthony Grove's property
on Oak Island, Chester, nnd havo beun a
tearch fovCnptainlCldd's treasure which,
tradition says, is hid somewhere on tho
island. They aro said to havo considera
ble cnpital behind tbein and intend to
prosecute tho search vigorously. This Is
the snme spot where Bovcnu couiimmcn
spent thousands of dollars in a fruitless
carch for tho same treasure.
Orders promptly attended to: Particular at
tention inld to lulls, Picnics,
NOllTII MAIN BTItEET,
Near Corner of Lloyd, SHENANDOAH. PENHA
iuile r.henn. It I
It streets. 11 is suitania wr :
.Vpply to No. Si 8, JardlnVU
TROP03ALS Will bo leoelved for
H rnriilhlni nml rtellverln" til the different
scnooi uuiiuiniioi inonorousnoiniieu'iiiuuaii
9fK t(inMr.rA,7ni-ll.fl U1I1R of RlovecKial. 10 tous
or pea coil na luwnani ruaMiiniiwi, an
bids lobe submitted by September 1, 1891. The
...ttiimltton rMnrvon Ihrt l-trllt lil relnnt allV Of
all bids The coal to be furnished must be
from me I". itK.or Keniey una collieries.
N. J. OWKNH.
WILLI M TUEZISK,
Ct TO CKHOLD K R8' MEETING.
O The stockholders oi the Malmnoy City,
uiiunnnHfiili. nirnrilvlUn and Ashlai d Htreel
ltllwayars hereby notitlod to meetlntne
,tl P tU M.nnnnt. llorl H 9 1 I H hlllllilni-.
Kimnnnrinnh. Pa., nn Haturdav. Hootemner 5,
ISai.atlla. m.. for the purpose of olectlng a
president una live urcctors.
uy order - Stockiioltjebs.
A few patterns of White Embroidery,
Elouncings, Plain and Plaid Muslins,
Pineapple Cloths, Satteons, Chintzes,
also remnants of Prints, GiDgliams,'
and Dress Goods of all kinds, which are.
ottered regardless of cost to clean out.
113 North. Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
OUT of a
Tt ie very important in this bro of vast
rnaterifd'.proRreBS that a remedy bo pleasing
to tho tasto and to tho eyo, eaiily taken, ac
mutable to thn stomaoh and boalthy in its
r.ature and effects. Possessing thoto qusl
Hies, Syrup of Figs is tho one porfoct laxa-
tivo and most gontlo diurolic known.
American Pork Abroad.
CincAoo, Aug. 29. Secretary Rusk is
n this city. In an interview ho said:
We will have our pork on tho n.uropoan
markets In a very short time. I'.very-
ine Is favorable for our packers to pinco
their products before tho Kuropenns, and
the prices porK win onng win ub iiiumy
satisfactory to tlio oxporters. This con-
lnu on 1 havo not arrived at, nastily nor
without duo consideration. I liavo do-
voted much of my timo to It."
Waters' Weiss boer is tho bost.
Reilly solo aftent.
You can obtaiu a pack of boat quality
uiavina cards by sondlnit flftoan cenU
rotiuifl to 1'. 8. EustU, Gon'l Pass. Aid-
a.. 0. & Q.U. H. ChionKO, 111.
5o to Coslett's for your preeervine fruit.
The Doctor and Po3tuiastor
fnikfnir .hfiiit a cde of seilous oiper,
lux inn iiciilccte'i -o)d nad rp'i"v o oar mlo
consumptloa which wis promptly cu ed by
l'au-Tlau Couih and Oouiiiniiillou Cu.e.
i'llal bottles .neat K'tlln's duw store.
Rust work dono at llrennan'e steam
laundry. KveryttiinR white and spotlsw,
Iinoo curtains a specialty. All work guar
The "HEW BROADWAY" BAUBE
It beats every thing In tho market, and the
price lsjui.1 rlgiiHo suit the times.
It will IUUIIUJO
lam prepared to d- lh, following at the
Tin rooflng bo per foot and up
Tin rojf palntlug 'ha " "
Tin oondiumr 13 " "
Tin hauKlnis giuter ll&J " "
Ualvualacd vblimioy vtaok 20n per pound
Kcpalra for all Hovca asp.cUHy.
WM. Ti. PEATT,
331 S. Jardln St., Shenandoah
CharKcd With Stealing 83,000.
Pueblo. Col.. Auc. 29. Paul U. Tnlt,
of Omaha, Nel)., wiih arrested in this city
last nlnlit charged with stealing a pack-
n tMiiitnln nir SS.OUU 111 Hold irom tuo
Merchants' National Bauk of that city ou
Jnlv 2. Tnlt was located In this city by
accident by 11. Ii. Wood, cashier of tho
bank, who happened to uo stopping at tuo
Grand Hotel, and who recognized in a
imefet at the Banio hotel tho man lie
Itccclver llutlor Given lioods.
CiiinAOo. Atiir. 20. Tho American
Surety Company of New York has fur
nished bonds for Noble C. llutlor, re
ceiver of tho American Wheel Company.
In the United Stato Circuit Courts for
tho northern and southern districts of
Ohio, eastern and western districts of
Miahlnnn. southern district of Illinois,
iiutrlrt nf If entuckv and district of Massa
chuseta. The total aggregates $330,000.
Quarrel Ovor a Housekeeper.
Lock-port. N. Y.. Aug. 20. A serious
otnhlilnir affray took place here last night.
thn lurtlcliiRiits belna two Hollanders
named Joseph StrocUsky and Stanislaus
Pelosk, who quarreled over a woman who
was their housekeeper. In the fight
Pelosk received three ugly wounds, which
will prove fatal, and Straoifsky two bail
wminiU. All are In Jail.
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Maateller'e old stand.)
Corner Conl and JnrUit lite.
Mr, Snyder will always keep;tn stock a; fine
line oi ooois aua snues.
diatom "WotU niitl Uepniriujj
Hr.no in it.r. h(.sf civin. Ifn miarantees to sell
cheaper than competitors on Main street who
uavo oig rems w pay. uuu kiiwiohism a
ino Dargain ou every purcumsn.
THE -FAMOUS" ONE-PRICE
If you dud you havo fallen down into a hole ,
Give attention to what we snail say :
Our prices and bargains such people console,
Uilnglng hilp In a practical wey:
People get into Tiuauelal holes and
thoy are the worst kind by paylug
more for tilings thuu they nre worth.
To get out, buy only what la worth all
It costs. The poet In our establishment
puts It in verse as abovo. But that is
not delinlto enough. Seo the follow
ing ollerings with figured:
Blauk Cheviot Suits for men, i& to 10.
Boys' all-wool Cheviot Suits, $5.
recliUesvoith 50o for 25c.
Main Street, Shenandoah.
WILL bE IIBI.D AT
SEPTEMBER 1, 2, 3 & 4
An excellent procramniehasb,on arranged,
lr v.n Nnrrnxn. nf W.lL'In iW. iMICllllTHII,
will he presont witn ii's siriuK ui iuuiuuku;
urea norses uuu kivh rtuuui ..n..UB
lormiinces, whl h hae never bi en given any,
..k.Min HilonnH nrtliM nniintrv.
n,i,n tcnHinir nriwMminH in exuidlent and
ai.lrlna am mininrniiB. us the lHlrfiea of IhO
Ceulial reiinsyjvauva uircuii, ui nmuu
ahoveso'lcly Is umt-mbe', amount to fu.o.
The,plce to buy your school books cheap
Also Bcholar's Companions, Hook Htraps,
(School Hag'. Tablets, etn. Kverylhlug
and anylhlnB required In school.
Hlates, penolls, elo, ko. die
tall aud wholesale.
Boots Suitable forEaslanJ West MalianojTwp.
Don't forget the plaoe (t you wish to saya
CHA3. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Ceniro St., Shenanaoah.
No Gombine Beer !
h!VS secured tho agoncy for the
IUUWEISES and EXPORT BEERS
RICHARDS & CO.
OP WILKK 3-BAIlUK.J
These brewers aro NOT IN ANY
1 1tUST aud aio selling their
excellent beers at the
Saloonkeepers Sjim'iod at $7 Pur Barrel.
Private Parties " " $8 "
R0BBNS' OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
NORTH MAIN STREET, SIIENANDOAII,
Fall Term Begins Monday, August cjist, loai.
W. J. SOJlV, President.
OUDEllS 0AN U3 LEFT WWII
1.I1AAK, 120 S, MAIN ST.,
who will promptly'flU all orders for
Hlieuaudoah and vicinity.
Tho Leadino Photgflraphor,
UO. 14 N. WHITE ST.
Th wnrtr ilnnfl nt this trftllorP H fllUv CQH
to lhatdoae nt the large gallorles of .New
vlted between the spojluiem of his two ana
UmeupimrcauiueiH snowu m ins wnn
ana tbo boat of work doiie cUewhero at Ave
nti1 cl rlnllfiro
DTfVO UOl CiiniO iOUg UlgUlH 1)1 SUlirs iu
nnirnniy.rtnn fttiicrnria ruu bv out of town
pattten when better wrlimuy be had of your
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Nowly Paired, Papered and Renovated:
No. 115 EAST CENTRE STREET,
Three doors above Kendrlck Ilouse,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
OTHAWB fch .W tin- way lUe wind blows, but
lhy dou't show wnai hard blows we have
been striking at t.trw hat prices. Bomefials
are dar ut any price; these hats ure cheap at
double the money. If what covcriLyour head
la not becoming loyoii. oil the pains you tako
as to the rest ol your attire areslmply thrown
away. Oomeand see how you will look In
one of our 60o !mw hals. There"s no vise In
ilvlmtany I urlher description of them than
lo cy this they are stylish. We cut the
price down beeue we want to cufrour otock
down. Another big bargain tubals is our tt
black stiff hats.
13 1 Ui St SOANIiAN Shenaadoah
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraoidlnnry line ot
.Vafs. Caos and Cents' Furnishing Goods
nnd makee a specialty ol
Nellie Bly and Alary Auderdcm CapB
O BAST OENIBH ST.
We are belling nut our entire stoek of Ladles',
JlKseH' aud Chltdreo's
I I l u I v- w I 1 1 i n i ij
to make troora for our fall (roods, alremly or
dered, iaraol. we are determiaea lo
clear evuyihluu out, lucludlns
alarte lot of ilen'a
Mining and Rubber Boots.
XheRO goods most be sold, and no reasonable
onr win oe reuifceu ror inein. in uu
humbug,a what we aiverllso we
mean. Tho people will now
have au opportunity to
Secure Genuine Bargains.
Come early before the sizes nre broken.
felon Boot and Shoe Store
Cor. Mala and Oak Streets, Shenandoah,
X,. OOI.BMAN, MUgr,
utr. irnskev would inform his many friends
nud the public that he will cater to their wants
ininesame nrsi-ciass evyie vuuv no u
In tho oast. None but the best brands of for
eign nnd domestic wines, liquors and clgar
will bo kept in siock. unoice iempeiauct.
drluks. Fine old Block ale
Theeatmgbar is supplied wnn everyimns
In the eatluit line fcerved In the bestslyle.
M eals served at all hours. Fine private room
LEATHER and SHOE F1IHGS
roTrsvu-LB, Va., August 28, 1601.
The new Conn Mouse in t'ottsvlllo will bo
dedloiitcd wllh appropriate ceremonies on
Thursday, September 3, 1891,
aV 2 o'olook p. m. The publlo are respectmlly
Invited to bo present.
Ilallroad oompanles will issue excursion
tickets at reduced rates.
JAMBS J. UOWES,
EUAb E. JtBKD,
8 27 Ot commissioners.
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STKKJ3T,
Where he will be ploaiedlo meet the wants
Or U4S IC(Ul)Ui) uuu mq pvuuq 1U
Everything in the Drinking Lite.
:e cr. OLEART,
Dealer In all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and first-class stook.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE BT
Ferguson Ilsuse building, SHENANDOAH. PA.
The Cheapest Place !
Genls Furnisliing Goods, llositry, Etc ,
CHARLES : YAROWSKY'S,
23 West Centre Ht., Shenandoah.
Q U. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
-23 West Lloyd Street, Bhenandoah