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zpic-hstio goods
AT THK
CORNER STORE
All kinds of potted meals, flsli,
canned . goods, oysters, lobsters,
crabs, llutsian caviar, fresh spiced
oysturs, finest smoked hams, bo
lognas und tmioked beef, York stale
full cream chcoBe,lSiiiunthal,Swls8,
Kdnin, SupsaKo and Limbtirgor.
Fine assortment of cakes und bis
cuits. O. and 1$. pickles of nil
kinds. Plukles by the dozen. You
will find just whut you want.
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
ALL THK NHW8 I'Oll ONK CENT.
Ha a larger circulation In HhenandoaU than
any other paper published. Clrcn.
latlon book upen to nil.
LOCAL LUNCHEON.
Tomatoes.
ltailroads are busy.
Encampment days.
l'icuiue becoming plenlior.
Only another week In July.
Summer drinks now have the call.
Mosquitoes are becoming troublesome.
Tho moon will be full next Tuesday tho
Slit.
The nweors aro now attending to busi
ness.
The coil bins aro already boing filled for
winter.
Tho doolors say man ought to oat onions
onoe a week.
To escape "the drowning season," keep
out of deep wat'r.
Tho weather will havo its own way in
eplto of tho prophets.
The voice of tho orioket is now heard
these summer evonings.
A dentiet can draw more tears than the
most pathetic actor. Also more teeth.
Thero is very little happiness in families
that live in excess of their income
Tho sluggard of to-day doesn't go to tho
atit unless he is born rich he goes to his
undo.
Girls should bear in mind that hauling
young men ovor tho, coals does not lend to
make thorn pop.
Entitled to the Beat.
All aro ontltlod to tho best that their
monoy will buy, so ovory family should
havo, at onco, a botllo of tbo host tamily
remedy, Syrup of Fig, to clcanso tho sys
torn when costive or bilious For salo in
00c and 81.0J bottles by all leading drug
gists. Coming BvontB.
July !Btli. Festival aud entertainment;
Kobbins' opera houso, under tho auspices
of Silver Wavo Cnstlo. V. O. K. ol M. O.
Aug. 5. Ice cream festival, under tho
auspices af tho "Y's," in ltobbins' opera
Lou-o.
Aug. 18. Ico cream and peach fostival,
In Itobbins' opera house, uidor tho auspices
of Camp No. 183, 1'. 0. S. of A.
Yestorday'a Games.
AMllllICAN ASSOCIATION.
lioston, 0; Louisville, 2.
Baltimore, 0; Columbus, G.
Washington, iij Cincinnati, 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Plttsbuig, G; Chicago, 2.
Cleveluml, 12 ; Cincinnati, 8.
Died.
CABDEN. On tho 17th inst,, at Shcn
andoah, Pa., Joseph, tho four-month old
son of J. P. Cardon, of West Centre street.
Funeral on Sunday, 19th inst., at 2 p. m.
ltolativos and friends respectfully invited
to attond. 7-17-2t
Playing Cards.
You can obtain a pack of best quality
playing cards by sending filtoen conts in
postago to P. S. Fustls, Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
B., 0. & Q.B. It. Chicngo, 111. tf
Thov Aro Bnlondid.
"W mpjin those Cheviot suits vntl PAn
got at A. T. Jonos1 "Famous" Clothing
store lor so.w.
Wantod,
A girl to do gonoral housework. Apply
ot Morgan's Bazar, No, 11 West Centro
Btroot. 7-lC-2t
A Kind Friend.
I what they call Hint Famous Remedy, lied
Neuralgia, Cuts, 11 r litres, llurns.Hores and all
pain, u is good ior man or beast, aaccuw,
Awurnns urugsioro.
Bost work done at Brennan's eteam
laundry. Everything whito"and spotloss.
Lace curtains a specialty. Alljwork guar
anteed. WALL PAPER !
A. CAULOAD JUST AHHIVED AT
MEL LIET'S
Blanks Go
Gilt 8c
Embossed 12 l-2c
Window Simile, spring rollers..25o
Curtain Poles 25c
MOVED TO
22 East Centre St., Shenandoah,
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
Pfiat.Drlvlng.
A correspondent says that thore Is con
siderable fast tlrivinff on "West Coalstrott
and niks that tho Chlof llurgeas and High
Constablo do something to break the
practice
Flno Orayon Work.
"William F. Sohoeple, reprobating Tho
Docltwellor Crayon Company, lias a largi
l'anel Crayon on exhibition at Klrlln's
druit store and all orders for crayons may
be lett at tho abovo place. 7 17-lw
P. O. of T. A. Bolegatoa.
Mrs. John Miller and Miss Lizzie Jonas
have been elected as delegate from camp 0,
1". 0. of T A., to tho Stato Camp of the
order, which meets in KeadinR nextThur.
day. Mist Sarah Brown will rprnt
camp '10.
Letter List.
Tho following letters remain uncallod for
In tbo Shenandoah, Schuylkill county, l'a.,
post office, July 18, 1801 :
Orantley, Philip
Parties calling for advertised letters
should please say "advertised." Ono cent
will be charged on all advertised letters.
II. 0. 150YHR, 1 M
Comnletod to Doadwood.
Tho Burlington ltoute, 0., B. & Q. It. B.,
"rom Chlcairo. Peoria and St. Louis, is now
completed, and dally passenger trains arc
running through Lincoln, Nob., and
Custer, S. D., to Doadwood. Also to Now-
astlo, Wyoming. Sleeping cars to Dead
wood. tf'
PERSONAL.
B. F. Laudlg wont to Philadelphia last
evening to transact business.
John II. Kvans returned home last night
from Atlantic City, whore ho spent tho
past week.
Hugh O'Hara left for Philadelphia last
night to attend tho funoral of his sister-in-
law, Mrs. John 0 Ilara.
Wrock on tho Lohlgh.
As tho H Kit ald goes to press all traffic
on the Ashland branch ot tho Lohigh Val
ley rnilroad ! suspended, a wreck having
occurred at No, 4, by cars of a loaded coal
train jumping the track. No person was
njured. A wrecking crow from Delano
engaged iu clearing Iho tracks of coal
and dobris.
"Jack" Tlnley In tho Hospital.
In tho days of the old Central Pennsyl
vania league, when Ashland, Shamokin,
Mt. Carmel, Mahanny City and Shenan
doah were in it as far as ball players were
concerned, no man was better known
among the lovers of this spirt than was
John Tinloy, of Ashland. Ho was a warm
friend of Stevilts of tho St. Louis team,
who at that lime twirled bail for Ashland.
Tinley caught him und his playing won
for him many admirers. "When tho b atue
became a thing of the pal Tinley decided
to give up ball playing and return to bis
occupation, which was that of n mih.-r.
About n year ago lie went to Shamokin and
secured a position at the Cameron colliery.
Tuesday afternoon a man wasliu t a', the
latter place by a fall of c al. Ho whs none
I'thor than John Timuy. Ilia back is
paralyzed and Tliurday morning ho was
taken to the Ashland brr-pital.
Sunday Specials.
English Baptist church, South Jardln
street. Bov. II. G. James, pastor. The
pastor will preach at 10:30 a. ro. and G:30
p. m. Morning subject : "The First
Christian Mi male." Evening subject:
"The First Christian Marriage, and How
Far Does Christ Encourago Social Enjoy
mont?" Sunday school at 2 p. m., Doacon
John Bunn, superintendent. Monday
evening at 7:30 tho Christian Union will
meet. "VVcdneny ovoning at 7 o'clock a
general prayor meoting.
English Lutheran church, Rev. D. B.
Treibloy, pastor. Sorvicos Sunday as fol
lows: 10:30 a. m. and 0:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 1:30 p. in.
Ebenezor Evangelical church. Itov. II.
J. Glide, pastor. Services Sunday at
10 a. m. in Gorman, and 0:30 p. m. in
English. Sunday school at 1:30 p. m
All are heartily invitod to attond.
P. M. church, cornor of Jardin and Oak
streets. Services Sunday at 10:30 a. m.
and 0:30 p, m. Sabbath school at 2 p. m.
Young Peoplos' Christian Endeavor at 0
p. m. every Sabbath. Classor meet Tuos
day and Wednesday ovonings at 7 o'clock
and . tnday at 9:30 a. m. Gonoral prayor
meeting Thursday at 7:20 p. m. II. G.
Uuesoll, pastor.
ltev. Lloyd, of Palmyra, will preach
both morning and evening in tho Welsh
Congregational church to-morrow. Sun
day sehool at 2 p. in.
"Welsh Baptist church, corner West and
Oak streets. Rev. D. I. Evans, pastor.
Sorvioos Sunday at 10 a. m. In Welsh
mid G p. m. in English. Sunday school at
2 p. m. Prnyor meeting on Monday even
ing, at 7 o'clock. Class meeting on Thurs
day ovening, at 7o'olock.
Services in the Presbyterian church to
morrow evening at 0:80 o'clock, by the
Christian Endeavor.
First Methodist Eplsoopal church. Key.
ffm, Towick, pastor. Divino worship at
10:30 a. m. and 0:80 p. ui. Morning sub
ject: "God's Cure for Man's Fear."
Evening subject: "The Log" being the
sixth sermon of the series on "The Voy
age of Life." Sunday school at 2 p. up,
to bo fullowwl by the devotional meeting
of tho Epworth League. General prayer
moeting on Thursday evonlug. All aro
oordially Invitod. Seats freo.
Oh, What a dough.
Will you heed tho wa nlnsff The signal per.
narw of the Mire approach or that more ter
rible dlseuw. Consumption. Ask; yoursalves
If you oau atlord for the sake of savlne 80
rents, to run the risk aud do nothing for It.
We know from experience that Hhlloh's Curs
will Cure your Cough. It uevtr fulls. This
explains why more than k Million ilettlea
were sold the past year. It relieve Croup
nd Whopping Coiuti at once. Mothers do
oot be without It. For Lame Hack, Hide or
ilheet, uhsHhlloh's Porous l'laster. Bold by
10. Jt.
'Joyd
u. jiukcuuuuu, ja. curuer Aiaiu aua
streets.
The Soap
that
Cleans
Most
is Lenox.
Ice Cream Festival
Under the ausplcos of Iho
Bft H ' O MIX
KOBBINS' OPERA HOUSE, SIMDOAII, Pi,
Wednesday, Aug. 5, '91.
TIOKHXS, - lOOBNTB.
Good for a plate of cream.
11 r. Grosvaiior's
EaiSE ro 1 1
D8H-cap-sic
a"Z'xy PLASTER.
nhemnatlBm, twmnlirla. pleartarninl lumbs?o
ireu at once. unuin ior haio uy &u utukkisis,
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Paibted, Papered and Roiiovated.
No. 115 EAST CEM'RE STREET,
Three doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Hnsltey would Inform Ills many friends
and the public that lie will cater to their wants
In the same first-class style that he lias done
In the past. None but the beat hrnndB of for
eign and domestic wines, liquors and cigars
will be kept In stock. Choice temperance
drinbs, I'lae old stock nlo
Throating ha' Is supplied with everything
In tl:S oltlmt Hue served 1n the best style.
Meals Hoivtd at all hours. Fine prlvato roomt
attached.
-JXJST OUT-
The "HEW BRGADVAY" RANGE
It beats every thlnK lo the market, and the
nrlco 1
is Jni rlht to suit tbo Hints.
n win pay yon 10 couie
und se It.
I am prepared to do tbo following at the
prices Quoted:
Tin roMlu lie per foot mid up
liu rool pilnting " "
Tin ooudintor 12) " "
Tin hmiKlng eu'ter 12c " "
Galvanized chimney stack 20o per pound
llepulra for all stoves u spsclulty.
WM. U. PRATT,
7 0 3m
331 S. Jardln St., Shensndoah
BIG ATTRACTIONS
AT
Duncan & Waidley's.
Our goods always attract the
eye, our prices always suit tbo
purse. Iu fancy goods we have
some of the latest importations
of Vases aud Artistio Pottery.
Our 5 and 10o counters al
ways bright with uew goods.
As the fruit season is at hand
we wish to call your nttontlon
to the fact that wo are head
quarters for Jars, Jelly Cupa,
Crocks, &c. Dig values in table
cutlery.
Duncan 8c Waidley,
No. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
KEPOKT OF THK CONDITION OP
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OP SHENANDOAH,
at Shenandoah, in the State of Pennsylvania,
UI. LUU C1UOV ui uubiuess, j uiy Ulll, 19U1 i
BESOUltCES.
Loans and Discounts 5282,701 09
Overdraft secured and uniecurcd... 1,393 83
U. S. llonds to secure circulation 100,000 00
Stoclts, securities claims, etc 11 530 00
Duo from approvod reserve agents '-M,M! 01
Due from other National llautts 8.805 25
Duo from Htato banks nnd bankers l.SiO 19
lianklug-hiiuso, furniture, nnd Hxt... 2687 98
Current expenses nnd taxes paid 780 Ui
Checks nnd ol her cash items 821 IS
Illlls ol other Hanks 8.7U5 00
fractional paper currency, nickels,
and cents 72 38
Specie 81,790 59
Redemption fund with U.S. Treasurer
(8 of circulation) 1600 00
Dae from U. S. Treamrer.other thau
6 redemption fund 2,810 00
Total 4171,f80 62
I.IAUILITIBS.
Capital stock paid In 5100,000 00
HurplusPund 20,000 00
Undivided profits 0 000 29
National Ilunk notes outstanding.... 00,000 00
DlvldourtK unpaid S,7 00
Individual deposits subject to check. 1G0 459 01
Demand rertltloales of deposit 43 238 31
Due to other National Hanks 37 208 27
Duo to Hlute liauka and Hankers...... 1,889 01
Total 5174,100 62
Btateof Pennsylvanla.Countyof Seliuylkill.ss:
I, J no. it. Lelsenrlug, cashier of the above
named bank, do holemtily kwear that the
above statement Is true to tho best of my
knowledge and belief.
Jno. It. Leisenhino, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworu to before me this 17th
day of July, lt,
JI. A.HWAI.M.
. , Notary Publlo.
CorroctAtUwt t
P.J. Feiiodson,')
A. J. Luiipiio, Directors.
W, H. Lewjs, j
WANTS, &o.
Gmii WANTED. A good ox
porleuced girl wanted for general house
work, Noother need apply. Cnliat ilnnAi.p
Rice. Kast Coal street. 7-3-tf
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of the most desirable proper
lea on West Oak street, for salo on reasonable
'.ernis. Apply at ItowBe's grocery store, cor
nor Jardlu and Oat streets, Hbenandoah, Pa
tFA. rijn-Au active reliable man
Yl salary mo to 08o monthly, with in
crease, to repreieut In hla own secilon a ro
iponnlble Now York House, References.
MANUFAOTCBEn, Lock ltox 1586, New York.
FOR SALE. A grand upright
piano, oqual to new, 3 clarionet", A, 11 4
O, and one u flute. Can he bought in ono lot,
or separately. Call at McKeone's saloon,
7-lSlw
FOR RENT Store nnd building
now occupied by the Shenandoah
Ilakery Co, for ma 'uraoturlne nn I retnl
i nndy business. Two floors a 1x3) feet. Apply
lo J. J. Franey. G-ldlf
NOTICE Proposals will he received
tilt July 22ud. A.U., 1801, to 12 o'clock
noon, for tho plastering of the front rooms In
'.ho baement of tho new court house and cor
ridor, and also for the carpenter work. Plans
end specifications can be seen In the Commis
sioners' otllce.
BAMUF.r. G. DKTTJIIK,
JAMES J. HOWliH,
ElilAH K. ItS-.ED.
Commissioners.
Attest: -John S. HNVBEn, Cleric. t).ll-td
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.
Estate of l'antel ltumbel. deceased.
Lettera of administration on the estate of
uaiuel ltumbel, late or Union township,
Schuylkill county. Pa,, deceased, have boon
ran:cd to Wlll'nm It, ltumbel, residing at
ltlngtown, Pn to whom all persons Indebted
to said estate are requested to make payment,
and llio?o nvln.it claims or demands will
mnke known the same without delay.
WILLIAM II UUJIBEI,,
Or to Administrator.
3. a m Hoi.r.opETKn, Att'y.
July lflib, 1891. 7-17-0t
CHARTER NOTICE. Notice Is
hereby gtvon that an nppllcntlou will
be made to the Governor nf Penuylvaula on
thethlrdday of Auut, 16U1, by J. M. Gllok,
Motes Mervlne, Christian Eberlo, Blmou
Hwoyer, 7, lchnry T. Trout and J. 11. Hoelman.
under the Act of Assembly entitle! "An no
to provide lor the lucorporatlou and regula
tion of certain corporations approved April
W, lb7 1," aud the supplements thereto, for the
chant-r of au Intended corporation to bo
called "Fulton Water Company," the charac
ter nnd object of which 1 the supplylugof
water for the publlo at the borough of Glrard
vltl, In the county of Schuylkill, and to per
sons, partnerships an.1 associations residing
therein as may desire the same, and for these
purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefits and privileges of said Act of
Assembly and supplements theroo.
J. II. I'OMEltOY, Solicitor.
GIRABDVII.I.E, July 7,181)1. 7-7-td
FOB S-A-XjIB !
Thounderslcned. deslrlneto retire fiombus-
lues", will dispose of his sfick ot dry goods,
groceries Ac, cheap Fiirohrisercan also l cut
the more room at reaionablo terms Tho
stand is a good one and In the hands of a live
nan oau ue maao proniauie.
T. 15. DAVIS,
o-io tf ioo Norm jaratn t.
PUBLIC SALE
Fiie Old Court House 1
July 31, 1891, at 10 O'clock A. M.
AUtliB neraonalnroDerlv belonging to the
County ol Schuylkill, In the old Court House
consisting of paititlons, couuien. slielvlng,
steam heatliionpnaratui In separata parts,
iho clock and bell In the old Court House
u.wer, gas fixtures, fllo holders, tables, chairs,
etc., will be sold on the premises In the bor
ough of Pottsvllle, nndalso at the same time
una place ine uia louri u-juse, eicepiingaun
leservli g the baseand also the two large flaes
or flat stones, one on each entrance to the old
Court House.
HAMUEli U. llKTUUli,
JAMEi J. HOWES,
EUAd E. It ED,
Commissioner.
Attest John 8. Snyder- 7-11-td
M. S. SCHEIDER'S
KEff-
-AND-
CONFECTIONERY,
No. 27 '
Soutli Blnin St., SlicJiniulonlt
Fresh Bread, Cakes anil Pies.
GIIAUAM BREAD A SPECIALTY.
' ' - A flno line of Confectionery. Fine Ice
i.ream I'anora auacueu.
irnn i
Your trade is wbat tve
want.
This Is how we propose
to get it.
By selling you a first
class article; byselllngyou
for less than others; by
selllug you furniture, an
organ, a piano, a sewing
machine or anything else
in the line of household
goods.
We have a large nnd va
ried stock to select from.
No trouble to show goods.
Call, examine aud be
convinced.
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THE OLD RELIABLE,
I P.WilliwdBro.,
soutn main sr.,
SHE 3STA.3SrX50A.ia:.
WE REAFFIRM!
jq'ow is the time to ch nge y,i jr undo -wear.
Youoan get at Bcaalau's a suit ot good
Summer tludcrwenr at 50c
A little better lor 80c. Good Hummer Oir lng
ililrls,2-,oto$l. Goto oanlan'8 and get tho
uew Century Ilrace the best Hummer Hraco
in themarket. At
Scanlan's you cuu
get a good
SOFT HAT for 55c,
No more bother
with hale that do
not fit, as Hcnu
Ian has a new
to fit tho head. Only two dozen more
25aneokwearIeft. Soaulanwlli ssllyou
cheap hats and caps, latest styles and
colors. Cheap Overalls nnd Whlto
Shirts. i9 South MnJll St.
rbibU
Attention. House Gleaners !
Thojwarm weather U here, aud house-cleaning la the next thing Iu order.
Aud at such times most everybody needs something to brighten
up tho home, so If you need a giod carpet of either ,
Veuet, Moqueti, Body or Tapestry Brussef,
TWO OR Timi5E.pJL,Y INGUAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS !
You can find a full
L
flnrrfnm
, UlUllMll
,.(. CM, i?lxnn .. .1 rii..l.l..
Carta
Prices caunot be beaten when quality is considered.
Ko misrepresentation one price to all.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
We mean it In every sense of the word. We ofler you good nil-wool
suits for less thau their value. Our light gooth must go, regardless of
cost; so if you want to purchase a Mci's All-woul Cheviot fcuit for
86.60 call on us.
Furnishing goods also to be had at lower prices thau you will flud
them elsewhere. We make no boasts merely for advertisement, but
what we advertise we will do.
Cali;aud examine our bargains before purchasing and you will not
regret it.
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11 N. Main Street, Shenandoah.
A. ,T. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Bonds written.
juarriage licenses ana legal claims
promptly attended to.
Real Mle, Collcctioa and Insurance Agency
General Fire Insurance Business, Kepresenls
luo-nonuwesiern i.no jnsnraucouo.
OFFICE-Muldoon'dbnlldlne. corner Centre
and Vest8ts.,t3hennndoah, l'a.
Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale,
1. A two story double frame dwelling house,
store and restaurant, on East Centro St.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on ' East Centre
3. Desirable property on corner Centro and
jaram streets, suitable tor business pur
poses. 1. A two story double Iraine dwelling, on
Wet IjIovu strett.
5. Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cen
tro sireei,
fl. Two 2 story dwellings on the corner ol
Coal and Chestnut streets More room In
one.
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street with a large warehouse at the rear.
8. Three two-siory double frame buildings
corner of Lloyd and Gilbert streets.
The Photographer
Is located at
No. 14 North White Street,
Having han his gallery greatly Improved, he
is nowbetter piepared ever to meet
tho wants ol the puobc n. n ? photo
graphic lino. Tho nen 1 1 oto
graphs at lowest i lU-ts.
Crayon Work a Specialty.
New Jilrm.
JVeto Stock.
Green Truck, Fine Groceries,
FRUITS, he,
Delaware roe shad and other fresh fish right
from the boats on Fridays. Fresh
Greens from the Mouth.
Evan's Buildinf, E. Centre St.
(J. S, WtUla its' old stand)
Everything new and -fresh. Goods delivered
to any part of town.
R. C. KNIGHT & SON.
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Cents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty of
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps,
a EAST OBNTRB ST.
DABB,
assortment at PRICE'S.
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all Kinds
Alno
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PIC-NICS
JIEIXO AT IIsLXD,
Committeemen should bear in
mind that the Herald office
is prepared to do all kinds of
Poster Workl
at the most reasonable rates.
Give us a call and obtain our
prices. All work dene when
promised and In a satisfactory
manner.
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
V
Corner Com and Jnrcllu;stH.
Mr. Hnvder will nhrnv. i i. .
line of boots and shoes: ' " "u"
Custom Work and Repairing
dpue In the best style. He guarantees to sell
eheaper tlinn competitors on Main street who
have big rents to pay, and guarantees a genu
ine bargain on every purchase.
SOHEIDER'SBAKERY,
ZO JSatt Centre- Street, Simx.lXVOAn,
Bread, Cakes, Ice Creain and Coofeclionery!
OP ALL KINDS.
Q. M, HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofice-za West Lloyd Street, Hhtuandooh
The Cheapest Place !
TO BUY
Genls' FnraisMng Goads, Hosiery, Etc,
IS AT
nTTA'RT.'n'S! . V A TJOTTrres-ETTici
PRICE
CLOTH
23 West Centro Ht, Bhenandoah.

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