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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All kinds of potted meats, floU,
entitled goods, oysters, lobsters,
cnil', Ruslnn cavlur, fresh spiced
oysters, llnost smoked hams, bo
lognnh nd smoked bef, Yorkstute
full cream nlieww,Kiuuntlinl,8wi,
Kdnin, Biip-niio nnd Ilmburger.
Fine assortment of cukes mid bis
cuits. G. and U. pickles of nil
kinds. Pickles by tliudozn. You
will And Just what you wnnt.
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
MOT CITY, Pi
The Evening Herald.
am, Tin; nmwb vim oni: cunt.
Has a larger circulation In Shenandoah than
any other pxper published. Circu
lation book open to nil.
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY,
"What News Gathorors Tako
Moment to Tell About.
First day of nutumu.
Summer is ended.
Hcliool children arc numerous.
Book stores were crowded yesterday
The oyster reason commences to-day
The farmers bring in lots of country
The Supervisor is getting the streets
in mm lor me winter.
(Stop borrowing your neighbor's
Hekai.I). ills much better to sub
scribe for your own paper.
Business men should make u stroiic
bid for patronage by advertising In
lie local papers.
Fruit jars are still a scarce article.
Jjamily jars are not.
''"he time fi r planting fall (advertise
ments is nere.
Labor day the next holiday
The lat rose of summer will soon
be blooming alone.
The chestnut Irecs give promise of a
largo crop tins yoar.
he American peoplo do more trav
ellng than any other nation.
More than two out of every seven
sin vi vors of tiie war are ueau.
Our merchants are beginning to lool:
up goods for the fall wesson.
Come to the Heuami office when
you want flue printing done.
This is the season of the year when
attention should bo paid to health.
The farmer who hides his light un
der u tmehel In curd the rial; of needing
a, new barn.
Watermelon is said to be about as
heultliy h thing as one can out at this
season of the year.
Men stumblo over straws on the
wav to heaven but climb mountains
on the way to destruction.
Let the weather be what it may
from now out, the backbone of sum
mer Is now broken.
There aio times when the beet of
people would hate to tell what they are
It Is mid an insect Is injuring the
buck wheat, a grain that has hitherto
been free from such ravages.
It will soon be lewd to shoot squir
rels prubably considerably more legal
to kill them than o-wy toilud them.
The watermelon Is a native of Africa
bo that the colored people's fondness
for It seems to be u matter of heredity
Guessing at the number of seeds In a
watermelon Is the latest way of bet-
tlnir. The averaito number Is over
Xothlm? restrains a man from
knocking some other men down, so
much as the kuowledge that they
too big to bo knocked down.
If vou voted on ace at the election
last fall, you must bo assessed and pay
a county tax In order to vote at the
November election. Thursday next Is
the last day for registration.
Tt is very importaut in this ago of vast
tnatorUl. progress that a roiuody bo pleasinc
to the taste and to tlio eye, eaily taken, ao
cuptablo to the stomach and beultby In its
nature and effects. Possessing these qual
ities, Syrup of FIrs is the one perfect lftia
tive and most Keutla diuretic known
The Dootor and Postmaster
were talking; about a wine of serious nines
due to a neglected nold at
consumption which was
due to a neglected nold uud rapidly golne Into
consumption wincn was promptly oui
promptfy oured by
J'au-Tlna Cough and Consumption
TrlU bottlen Uue at Itlrllu's drug store,
lieat work done at Brennan's steam
laundry. Everything white and spotlew,
Laoe curtains a speolalty. All work guar
The place to buy your school books cheap is
Also Hcholar's Companions, Dook Htraps,
hcuooi nags, xtiDieiH, etc. isverytiung
und anytlilng miulred In mbool,
Hlates, peuolls. etc., sold ro
talf aud wholesale.
Books Suitable for East and West JlaliaDoyTwp,
Don't forget the place If you wish to save
CHAS. T. PICE'S OLD STAND.
. . , , ,
cast venire or., )nenanaoan.pt on every
From Our County
As hland tteoord.
The Rltigtown fair was held this
week but few people knew anything
about It. This cotnos from trying to
run a fair without the use of printer's
The political bums and twn-for-n-cent
frauds who Invest both parties
are now rubbiug their hands in ghoul
ish glee In anticipation of the line
plucking they will have. The can
didates of both parties should combine
to squelch them from the very out
start. Lakeside has become one of the
most popular resorts In the region.
On Thursday the Mahanoy City Dem
ocracy held possession of the grounds,
nud rundellmio howl.
There Is no danger of the Democrats
of Schuylkill profiting this year from
Kepihlfcau dissensions, the party Is
united and will use its best endeavor
for the success of the excellent ticket
Senator King helped to englneer'the
nomination of George J. Wadllnger for
JudKe, and later on will uudertako to
engineer ills election. He will bid
largely for Republican votes In order to
elect the whole county ticket, but the
Henublionns cannot afford to be ho gen
erous, when the safety of their whole
ticket is at stake.
The Republicans of Mahanoy City
will be solicited for lots of compliment
ary, vote this fall. They should rem
ember Ihut heretofoie they have been
doing all the giving and getting none
Sept. 1. Ieo cream and peach festival in
Hibbiiu' opera house under tho auspices of
All Saints' Episcopal Sunday school.
Sept 2. Japanese ice cream festival in
itobhins' opera house, under tho auspicesof
Shenandoah Commandery, No. 14, Sons ol
Sent. 12. Farawell picnic of Columbia
Assessmont of Candidates Agreed
The ll-publlcan Oounty Executive Com
mittoe mot in tho ofllco of M. C. Iteinhold
E n.. of l'otlsvlllo, Monday morning. A
general plan of campaign was agreed upon
and tho assessment of candidates Used.
Chairman Jamas read a lettor from 11
Keinhold, Secretary of tho County
Gommittoe. uVclinini: tho position, "frr
reasons non-political and ontiroly personal
to hlmtolf." The following rosolutions on
the death of Poor Diroctor Charles K. Kauo
WiiienxAR. Charles It. Ksno has been
removed from our midsi by death, be it
lieaolced, That we, the Republican hi
nmt'ivr, flommittoe of Schuvikill county
doeply regret his untimely demise, and offr
to tho family of tho Qoceasea our condolence
and sympathy. ... ,
lieaotved, i'lint tho resolutions be P'lb
In hn llnntihlloac miliars of tht
county, and a c py bo onrrossod and sent
to the bcroavod family.
Tho committee will meet auatn onThurs
Fancy Delaware! poacbos rocoivod daily
at Coslclt's. 8-21-tf
Homo Frlondly's Promptness
To the Officers of the Home Friendly So
ciety, of Jiattmiore, Md.
Gent ornon : Wo horeby return our
thanks this day for tho promptness with
which we wero protectod in tho face of
povorty, caused by the death of our beloved
mother, Mary Seanlan, for which wo ro
celved in full this day, through your su
perintendent, William T. Evans, an
agent, David T. "WilliBms, the sum
oiehty-two dollars (J82). Wo cannot speak
as highly as wo wish to recommend thi
company before tho public for its prompt.
uom In assisting the needy in tine of dis
tress. Therefore, we advise all families
have protection by enrolling their names
with this company.
East Oak street, Shenandoah, Fa.
Four tintypes fur 2S cents, at Dabb's.
At the Same Prlc-e.
All persons holdine; duplicate checks for
photographs can have the samo promptly
finlsho! at ICeagey's art studio at tho tamo
prioe, Jtemember wo are on the fl-t floor.
Sir?. Margaret Fahey diod at her homo
In Yntotville this morning at I o'clock
She was 00 years of ago. Funeral will take
placo on Thursday, at 0 a. m.
You can obtain a pack of best quality
playing cards by sanding fifteen cents in
postarje to P. S. Eustis, Gen' I Pass. Ant.,
B., O. & Q.11. B. Chloago, III. tf
Go to Coslett' for your preiervlng fruit.
l liny licytont uour.
He careful that the
Aihluud, l'a. i l(
ntmo Lkesiq & Co.
Ilnst Centre Street, SlWXAXnOAH.
mi, Cakes, lee Cream and Co fectioncry !
-OF AI.I. KINDS.
fO CK HOL D E H.S ' MEETING.
The "tock holders ol the Mahanoy City.
HhnndiMli, Olmrdvllle and Ashlaid Htreet
Kullwayarn hereby notified to meet In tne
nfflae of the com-wiiy, lleddili's building,
MiHiiaiidoab, l'a , oa Saturday, ept"inlero,
891. nt M ii. m tor th-i mimie of electluK a
president and Ave Hectors
uy oruer 3toi;khoi..ukbh.
Ice Cream !
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Orders promptly attend to.
Pai 1 1 pular at-
lenuon nam in naunt nomct,
NORTH MAIN STKRET,
Near Corner of Lloyd, SHENANDOAH. PENNA
he "HEW BROAOWAY" RANGE
It beats every thing In the market, and the
price is j ust. rltfht lo sun the times.
It will iay you to ooino
and see 11.
I am prepared to do the following at the
Tin rooting Oo per foot and up
in ro si palming "ic
In conductor l'J? " "
Tin hanging sinter 12c " "
Galvanized chlmDny slack 20o per pound
liepalrs for all stoves usiweUlty.
,M. E. PEATT,
8-3m 331 S. lardln St., Shenandoah
Tho name of A. C. YATES
& CO. is a liou?eiioUl word
Tho quality of ouv goods has
built up our popularity.
For tho ooimnp: l1 all and
Winter we have manufactured
a stock that is sure to please
Novelties and standard iabrics
are here in plenty, and price,
style, quality and making Have
all received our personal care
With your former needs in
mind we are conhuent ol meet
ing present wants,
Cor. 13th h Chestnut Sts,
T?I Tin; snu M Smvi
Ci'R WK sh'-w Hv way ihi 'Ind bio v, but
d'iu'i show what hnl IiIots we have
been striking at itrvr i-al pitoes. e int hats
areduarata.iy prte; tl,re t-a'. ri-cn'apat
double the money, if what covers your head
Is not becoming toyou. all the patus yon take
as to the rest ol your attire arealmply thrown
away. Corueand see how you will look
one of our S9o straw hats. There's no use In
giving any further description, of them than
to say this they aro stylish. We cut the
price dowu btoause we want to cut our stock:
down. Another big bargalu In lints Is our 1
black sttrr bats,
13 S. Uali St. SOANLAN Shenandoah
J U WJMKBOY.
ieicE!adUiributMuii corner Mtn tai Oeair
FOR SAIjE Old bottles, suitable for
boitllng oalsup, &.; can be had very cheap
at .1. A.. Itellly's liquor sto o, 8 IM-tf
and tlo up
-A girl to attend office
Ull hlllld OS ftl. Iwnnnn'u lAnti.
dry, corner Main and Cherry streets. 8 3Mf
DESIRABLE FROPEUTY FOR
sals. One of the most desirable proper
tie on West Oak street, for sain on reasonable
lern.8. Apply at llowee'a grocery store, cor
ner Jardln and Oak streets. Shenandoah, l'a.
rpYPE WRITING. A young ladyi
JL a graduate, wuts work at type writing,
i Hllat HiuiAi.i) olllco, or addrose ltsnALD,
Hhenandoali, l'u, S-l-ll
TARMH FOR SALE. Areyou look
l Inn tor a farm? If so cnll ou or write to
J. J. Kehler, Frnckvllle, Pa., as to where they
are located and tor term". 8 22-tf
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale cheap, it betug on 'orner of Coal
aud Bmerlck streett. It H suitable formally
purposes. Apply to STo. 23 H Jardln Bt. 8-3 tf
"VTOTICE. Thie is to give notice
a. that my wire, Agne', has leit my bed
nad ioard without Just provocation, nnd I
heroby warn the public from Ibis date oa that
I will pay no bills ooutracied hy her.
WILLI M II. DEA N.
SitnNAKDOAH, l'a., Kept. 1, 1001. 0 liw
PROPOdALS Will be received for
furnishing and delivering to the different
IMitoniol eggeoa),36ious of Btovecnnl, 10 loan
oi pea coai na iu ious oi I'nestuui coai, aii
bids lobe submitted by September 1, 1891. The
oommlttee rerervee the r'ght Ui iejct any or
all bldi. The coal to be furnished must be
from ibe 1. All. or Kehley ltun collieries.
WILLI M TltEZIBK,
a. J. Gallagher.
MS. I SMITH,
W, S, SNYDER'S
loot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Corner coul unci Jnrdlu Sis-
Mr. Hnvder will always keen!ln stock a: fine
uuo oi uoois ana tmoes.
Custom "Vorlc aud Repairing:
done. In the best style. He guarantees to ell
cheaper thiu competitors on .Main street who
uitve uik rents w pay. aim guurwuijw a euu'
ine bargain on every purchase.
No Combine Beer !
has secured tho agency for tho
8UUWE1SES and EXPORT BEERS
RICHARDS & CO.
These brpwers are NOT IN ANY
'i'HUST and are e elllnp; (heir
excellent beers at tho
Saloonkeepers Supplied at $7 Per Barrel,
Private Parties " " $8 "
011DKU9 CAN HE LEPP WITH
SOL. I1MK, 120 S. SUIS ST.,
who will promptly All all orders for
Bhenauflo.ih nnd vicinity.
We are wiling out our entire sloe of Ladl'(
jiimcw una uumruu N
to malte ,roora for our fall noods, alroidy or-
uerea. in met. weareueiermiaea to
clear evfrytliluK out, Inclndlni;
alaiue lot ol Men's
Mining and Rubber Boots.
Tbee goods must be sold, and no reasonable
ouer win De rerusea ror luem. iins is no
humbug, un what we advertise wo
mean. The people will now
have an opportunity to
Secure Genuine Bargains.
Come early belore the sizes are broken,
Boston Boot and Shoe Store
Cor. Mala and Oak Streets, Shenandoah,
Tt, GOLDMAN, HUgr,
A few patterns of White Embroidery,
Flouncings, Plain and Plaid Muslins,
Pineapple Cloths, Satteons, Chintzes,
also remnants of Prints, Ginghams,
and Dress Goods of all kinda,Avhich are
oflered regardless of cost to clean out.
PRICE'S Old Reliable Stand.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
THE "FAMOUS" ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER
1.1 jy. Main Street, Shenaniloali.
henandoah Business Lollege
NORTH MAIN STEBET, SHEHASTDOAH,
Fall Term Begins Monday, August 31st, 1891.
W. J. SOLtY,
The Leading Photographer,
14 K H!TE ST.
The work done at this sallerv ts fully eoual
to that done at the lare galleries of Mew
xoraauu I'uuaueipuia. uutnparison is in
vited between Ibe specimen! of bis two and
three dollar cabinets shown In bis window
and the best of wort done elsewhere at five
and six dollars.
nruj not climb long mguis ol stairs to
patronize an enterprise run by ou'.of town
partlo when better worfcraay be had of your
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary Hue ol
.Vafs, Caps and Oonts' Furnishing Goods
nnd makes a specialty ot
Nolllo Bly nnd Mary Anderson Caps.
e BAST OK 1ST Til 53 ST.
Pottsvillb, l'a., August 36, 1891.
Tbocew Court House lu Pottevllle will be
dedicated with appropriate coremonlos ou
Thursday, September 3, 1891,
at 2 o'clock p. ni. Tho publlo are respectfully
Invited to be present.
Itnllrond companies will Issue excursion
tickets at reduced rates.
SAMUEL Q. DxTUKIC,
JAMES J. BOWES,
ELIAB E. HEED,
S 27-61 Commissioners.
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where ho will be pleaed to meet the wants
of his friends and the publlo la
Everythinrj in the Drinking Line.
Don't Cry Oyer Spilt Milk.
Thu peoplo Rtand weeping
With nil their wits sleeping.
While their mill: flowsawuy rasterand faster;
lie up nnd doing t
New schemes a brewlnrj, V
And turn to good lortunoeach trifling dis
aster. What's the use of our worrying be
cause wo are overstocked in some lines.
Wo wout. We have decided to give
tho' people the beueflt of this; to re
lieve ourselves nud advertise our busi
ness by offering such unheard of bar
gains ns will bring us trade lu the reg
ular way for months to come. Look
at these offerings below :
Children's Huits forSOe, worth E1.23.
do do 1.00 do 1.50.
yi en's Domet Shirts for 23o, wot tli GOe.
Hoys' do i!0c do Hob.
Neckties, best In this county, for 23:,
A. T. JONES,
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Failed, Papered and Iioaovated.
;o. us EAST CBKTRIS BTREGT,
Three doors above Kendrlclc House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Hasltey would Inform his many friends
nnd the public that bo will cater to their wants
In the same llrsi-class style that he has done
In the past. None but the best brands of for.
elen and domestlo wines, liquors and cigars
will be kept In stock. Choice teniperanoa v
drinks. Klue old stock ale
Theoatlne bar Is supplied with everything
lutheeatlnz line serred lu the best style. 49
Meals served at all hours. Fine private rooms '
3? J". CLEAEY,
DeaUr In all kinds ol
I Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and first-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson Houso bulldlne, SHENANDOAH, PA.
The Cheapest Place !
Gents FuraisMng Goods, Howry, Etc ,
CHARLES : TAROWSKY'S,
23 West Centre Bt., Shenandoah.
Q M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUH0E0N.
Va. 10 West IJoyd Btreet, Shenandoah