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COMER STORE I
AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All kinds of potted meats, fish,
canned goods, oysters, lobsters,
crabs, Rmslan caviar, - fresh spiced
oysters, ilncst smoked hams, bo
lognas and smoked beef, York state
i MAHANOY CE II
full cream chee8e,Knianthal,8wIsi,
Edam, Snnsano and Llmburgcr.
Pine assortment of cakes and bis
cuits. G. and B. pickles of nil
kinds. Pickles by the dozen. You
will And Just what you want.
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
ALL THK NKWS FOR ONK CENT.
John Flnnnigitn, hrnkouiHii on 'ho local
LohlRh Valley freight train, foil thli morn
Ing while with ttan trnin at Ahland and
hid h' loft foot crushed by ono of tho cars.
Has a larger circulation In Hhenandoah than
any other paper published. Circu
lation books open to all.
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY.
What Nowa Gatherers Tako a
Moment to Toll About.
Send In your job work now.
Coal shipments will now Increase.
It la the advertiser that Is In the
Send In tho news of your neighborhood.
The public school bell makes familiar
Don't forget tho Orwlgsburg fair.
Two days more.
The Episcopalians held their festi
val last evening.
The theatrical season opens late this
year In Shenandoah.
They are coming home In droves
the summer tourists.
The Hi:itALD office turns out flue
job work. Trices reasonable.
The attendance at the lodges will
now increase as the weather becomes,
The blackberry season Is not yet
over, nut me uerry picuera are ueconi
Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and
Christmas are all that is left us of
holidays In 1891.
The month of agricultural fairs is
with us. Thd prize pumpkin of the
present abundant, season will be a
The practice or visiting your
neighbors in tho daytime just now is
lu had taste. Tliey are too uusy can
ning and preserving mm.
A cood mauv people who have been
enjoying their summer outings nre
turning reluctantly homeward, wlsli
inir that Eve had not been so inqulsl
tive, so it might have been summer ull
Why should anyone want tho
neirroes to emicrato? Are they not
-more desirable as American citizens
than the hordes of lunoraut Poles
HuiJirarlauB, Russlun Jews, and
Italians which tho cunldltv of ateatn-
Hhip lines Is dumping on our shores?
Sopt. 2 Japanese ico cream festival in
Bobbins' opora house, under tho auspices of
Shenandoah Ooramandory, No. 11, Sons of
Sopt. 11. Wolsh Baptist Sunday school;
foatival and social in Kobbins' opera house,
SouL 12. Farewell picnic of Columbia
A Budget of Interesting Artioles
on all Topics.
The new shaft at the Yorktown col
llery of G. II. MeyeM & Co. was com
pleted last week. The shaft is SOO
feet deep. Two 0 foot veins of coal
have been discovered. Tunnels will
be driven at once.
iVorlc Is being rapidly pushed for
ward at tho new colliery of Mnrkle &
Co., located between Jeddo and Eck
ley. The slope, which is known as No
5,1'lnk Ash, is being arched and put
in readiness to commence operations.
The firm expects this new opening to
prove a very valuable working and
through it will be able to procure the
coal In tho old Pink Ash slope. A
pair of hoisting engines arrived then1
last week and will bo placed In posi
tion in a short while. A breaker is to
be erected thero in a Bhort while.
Hamilton Seymour, a miner em
ployed atPlne Ridge colliery, Wilkes
oarre, had his head blown olt by a
premature explosion of powder
Another miner, who was standing
nearer tho snot where the explosion
occurred than Seymour, escaped uninjured.
George Martz. of East Sunbury. was
crushed almost oeyond recognition on
the railroad near Renova. Wortz wnt
abrakemeu lu the employe of the
Pennsylvania railroad company,
iVbout 11 wu n'eiocK lie was seated on a
box car turning the brake with a
brako stlok when the latter broke, and DrMll fU.. L fM ftnll Pni Minnfrv !
the unfortunate brakeman fell between o f i ' ICCUOucry
FOR SALE Old bottles, suitable for
bottling catsup, Ac., can be had very cheap
j n.. iveiuy a i iquor sio' e, s 2(J-tf
WANTED. A girl to
and tie un bundle at
dry, corner Main aud Cherry Bireets.
70R RENT. Three rooms, suitable
for Club room, office, etc. (Jm nnd Rtpnm
fixtures. Now boiler just put In. Apply to
Levi Ilefowlch, clothier, 8i Main Ht. B 3-tf
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of the most desirable proper
lies on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply nt Uowse's grocery store, cor
ner Jardln and Oak streets, Hhenandoah, Pa,
JL a graduate.
A young lady,
wmts work at type wrltlmr.
ll at Herald office, or address Herald.
Hhenandoah, l'a, 8 Ml
7ARMS FOR SALE. Are you look
. tne torn farm? If so call on or write to
J. Keliler. Frackvlllo. l'a.. as to where they
are located aud for terms. 8 22-tf
ESIHABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale obean. It beloc on corner of Coal
and Emerlck stroets. It is suitable for many
purposes. Apply to No. V S Jardln BU 8 3 tf
SO Mast Centre Street. SlllUfAXD OA 11.
XTOTICE. Thlo Is to give notice
L that my wife, Agues, has lelt my bed
and Hoard without Just provocation, and I
hereby warn the public from this date on that
will pay no oiiis coniraciea ny ner.
WILLI M H.DEAN.
SnsHAKDOAn, Pa., Sept. 1, 1991. 91-3w
The Faust family, of Ringtown. con
sisting ot mother and live sons, had u
very pleaaautreunion ou Saturday and
Sundav lat. T-iio mother, Mrs. Cath
arine Faust, and son, William, live at
Ringtown, Adam at Lehighton, Joslnh
at hi Paso, Texas, Ben at Shnmokin
and Daniel at Shenandoah. Tlitlr
ages uio OS, 40, 45, C7, 04 aud 32 years,
respectively, auu this was the urat re
union for 22 years.
Stunny Couket, of Mt. Caririel. is un
der heivy ball fir his appearance, at
OP All. KINDS.-
KJ The stock holders of the Mnhanov city.
Hhcuanrtoah, Oirardvllle nnd AHhlaiid 8treet
Hallway an hereby notified to meetlntne
office r the company, llcddxll's building,
Hhenandoah, fa on Saturday, September o,
1601, at in a. in., tor the purposo of electing a
president and five 'irectois.
uy oraer eTOCKiioi,DKK.
BENJ. J. SMITH,
.September court, charged with at- T)iniQ TnQ flr-oovn
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
T?anoy Dolaware poacbea
At tho Samo Price.
All persons holding dupllcato chocks for
photographs can have tho samo promptly
finished at Koagey's art studio at tho samo
price Remombor wo are on the first floor.
tempting murder. Couket, accompau
led by several friends, wero passing
down the street when tho former no
tl ceil u man for whom he had a dUliao
stauding lu front of u hotel. Conket
drew a revolver from his pocket and
fired several shots at him. One of the
bullets lodged but a few Inches above
the man's head, but the others went
outsiuo of their mark
The Luzerne county operators made
their first semi-monthly pay ou Mon
day. The following companies paid:
a. l'arueo a, uo., iiazieton: uaivin
Pardee & Co,, Hollowood : Pardee
Brothers & Co.. Luttlmer: Linderman
& Skeer, Stockton aud Humboldt;
Miiucsvuie uoai uompauy
At all of the many weddings of
Ilunguriuus and Poles which have
taKen place in taoulli uetuiehem there
had been lighting una boisterous con
duct, and the arrests by the police
wero numerous. The thing became
verv bad, and a few weeks aio twenty
charges of us-tuult and battery arose out
or the festivities at ono weuuiug
Palliur TTotnon rif l?,iut. Mnnnli nlinntr
who Is the pastor of the Slavic church F I N F FOOTW FAR
uelngbullt in that town, has deter- 1 1 lf 1 wv 1 vv u-rt 1
mined to stop
Orders promptly ftt'emleft to. Particular at
leuuoii y.un 10 ttans, ricoics,
NOHTH MAIN J4TKEET,
Near Corner ot Lloyd, SliENAXOOAH, PENNA
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller'8 old stand,)
Corner Coail and Jnrfilu BtH.
Mr. Snvder will always keen'.tn stock alflne
line or doois ana suocb,
Custom Worlc and Repairing;
done In the best style, tie guarantees to sell
nenperiu'in eompouuirs on Main sireei wno
five ms renui 10 pay. una cuuruaiees a Kvnu
ine oaruin ou every purcuose.
We are selllnsout our enllie slock of Ladles',
Mlsseb' ana unuaren's
You can obtain a pack of boat quality
playine cards by sending fifteen cents in
VoetaROto P. S. Eu6tis, Gon'l Pass. AgL,
15., 0. & Q.U. It, Ohicago, 111. tf
the unseemly conduct,
aud, after marrying a couplo last week,
'addressed them on the manner l i
which other weddings wore hold,
and cautioned and advised them
against any repetition of the proceed
ings, 'rue caution oi tue priest was
W. H. Hosklncs. Sr.. who for sixteen
vearx was inside furi'innn for tha Ti &.
W. h. Coal Co. at Ashley, SugarNotch,
Plymouth auu Winces Jiarro, has taken
charge of a colliery for Lelsenrlng &
Co, at Mlnersville.
Go to Coslott's for your preserving fruit.
The Dootor and Postmaster
-wre talklntr about a case of ferlouB Illness.
due to a neglected raid and rapidly going Into
consumption which was promptly cured by
I'au-Tlna Cough and Consumption Cure.
until oouies nee ai iviriin's urug more,
Buy Keyitone flour. Ho careful that the
namo Lkssio & Co., Ashland, Pa., if
printed on overv sank. 3-3-3taw
Best work done nt llrennan's steam I
laundry. Kverything whito and spotlos.".
Laco curtains a epeoialty. All work guar
Ulscharecd for Ills Action Four Years Ago,
New Youk, Sep. 2. Tho trustees of tho
Now York Life Iusuranco Company at a
special meeting directed tho dismissal
from tho company's employ of lueodore
2d. Bantu, tho cashier, who made the
charges of mismanagement against the
president and trustees of tho company
four yonra ago. Ono of tho trustees of tho
company said that this resolution, to
gether with the removal of Mr, Dantn,
sulllclently established tho attitude of the
policy holders toward the president.
to make .room for our Ml L-oods, alreidy or
dered, in lact, we are determined to
clear oviryiulue nut. Including
a large lot of Men's
Mining and Rubber Boots.
Tbrco goods must he sold, nnd no roisonnble
oner win ne rexusea tor mem. rnisisno
humbug, ai what we auverllsewe
moan. The ncoole will tow
have an opportunl'y to
Secure Genuine Bargains.
Come early betore tho sizes nre, broken.
Hon Boot and Shoe Store
Cor. Main end Oak Streets, Shonandoah,
I.. OOUU ?J, Slnur,
Tbe place to buy your school books cheap is
Also Scholar's Companions, nook Straps,
unu iiuyming reciuireu ju aeuooi.
Slates, peuolls. etc, sold re
tall aud wholesale.
Boots SuUuLle for East and West Molianoy Twp.
Don't forget the plaoo If you wish to save
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Centre St, Shenanooah.
Vox Allowing a l'rlsoner to ISscape.
New Youk. Sep. 2. Tho ohcupo. the
other day, ot the criminal Eugene O'lluni
who was committed to Jefferson Markot
to await the action of tho Grand Jury on
tho charge of attomptlng to murder
Policeman JfcGulro, has resulted in
Gate Keeper John Quirk being peremp
torily dismissed for gross neglect of
duty. Quirk did not deny that ho fell
null-op ou duty. A turthor Investigation
is balng uauj with a view of praiccutlng
Ilns Roosevelt Iteslgneil?
New Youk, Sep. 2. It is reported nt
the Custom Houso to-day that Theodore
ItooiwveH, tUiairmnn of tho Civil Service
Commission, has tendered his resignation
to the President. Theodore Hancock,
Secretary ot tne CiiBtom House Hoard,
saiu no una uoam tuo report of tho resig
nation, Lut could not confirm it. Hr.
Ilomovelt is now on his way to his ranch
in mo west.
. Is Ooutd After Another Iloa.1?
New York, Sop. 2. The opinion is gen
eral in this city that the reason Jay
Gould is spending so muoh time In Color
ado and .u so carefully lusncctlua the
I.Io Gram'. .', Is tlmt ho hopen to Join with
the local continuant and purchase the
road. Mr, Gould is stiU at Manitou.
CTRAWS ihow the way the wind blows, but
they don't show what hard blows we have
bton striking at straw hat prices. Home bats
are dear at any price; these hats are cheap at
double the money. If what covers your head
Is not beoomlug toyon, oil the pains you take
as to the rest ol your attlro areslmply thrown
away. Cotneand see how you will look In
one of our 60c stMw hats. There's no use In
giving any further description of them than
to say this they are stylish. We cut the
price down because we want to cut our stock
down. Another big baigaln in hats Is our tl
black sllrr hats.
19 S. Mala St. SOANLAN Sbsnsodoahl
bundles at llrennan's lmin-
No Combine Beer
A few patterns of White Embroidery,
Flouncings, Plain and Plaid Muslins,
Pineapple Cloths, Satteens, Chintzes,
also remnants of Prints, Ginghams,
and Dress Goods of all kindswhich are
offered regardless of cost to clean out.
j, J. PRSCE'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
ti am is-
Don't Cry Oyer Spilt Milk.
Thm peoplo stand weeping
With nil their wits sleeping.
While their milk flows away faster and faster;
Bo up and doing
New schemes a brewing,
And turn to good tortunoeach trilling dis
aster. What's the U9e of our worrying be
cause we nro overstocked In Boine lines.
We wont. We have decided to give
the people tho benefit of this ; to re
lieve ourselves aud advertise our busi
ness by oflerlng such unheard of bar
gains as will bring us trade in the reg
ular way for mouths to come. Look
at these offerings below :
Children's Bults for 80c, worth 1.2.
do ' do 1 00 do 1.50.
Sten'HDomet Shirts for 25c, worth 50c.
Hoys do i!0o do 800.
Neckties, best In this county, for 23c,
A T. JONES,
1.1 JV. Main Street, SJienandoaJt.
has secured tho agency for the
BUUWE1SES and EXPORT BEERS
RICHARDS & CO.
ROBBING OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
NORTH MAIN STREET, SHENANDOAH,
Thcso brewers are NOT IN ANY
'iltUiST and are Felling their
excellent beers at the
Saloonkeepers Supplied at $7 Per Barrel.
Private Parties " " $8 "
OBDE11S CAN HE LEFT WITH
SOL DAAK, 120 S, MAIN ST
who will promptly nil all orders for
Bhenandouh and vicinity.
The namo of A. C. YATES
& CO. is a household word
Tho quality of our goods has
built up our popularity.
For tho coining Fall and
Winter wo have manufactured
a stock that is sure to please.
Novelties and standard fabrics
aro here in plenty, and price.
stylo, quality and making have
all received our personal care,
With your former needs in
mind we aro confident of meet
ing present wants,
A. C, Yates & Go
Cor. 13th b Chestnut Sis.
Fall Term Begins Monday, Auqust 31st, 1891.
V. J. SOLLY, President.
The Leading Photographer,
14 N. WHITE ST.
The work done at this gallery la fully eaual
to that done at the lare galleries of New
Voricand Philadelphia. Comparison Is In
vited between the specimens of hU two and
thn e dollar cabinets shown In his window
aud the host of work done elsewhere at Ave
and six dollars.
oirDo not climb lone fl ehts of stairs to
patronise an enterprise run by out of town
parties when better worn may be had of your
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps.
O BAST OHNTRSl ST.
FOTTSVII.M!, Pa,, AogustSSO, 1891.
The new Court Houso In l'ottsvllle will be
dedicated with appropriate ceremonies ou
Thursday, September 3, 1891,
at 1 o'clock p. m, Tho publlo ore respectlully
Invited to bo present.
Railroad companies will Issue excursion
tickets at reduced rates,
BAM U EL O. DkTURIC,
JAMES J. BOWES,
EMAS B. REED,
B 270t Commissioners.
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Paiuted, Papered and Renovated.
NO. XI5 EAST CKNTKE STREET,
Three doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Haskey would Inform his many friends
and the publlo that he will cater to their wants
In the same first-class style that he has done
In the past. None but the best brands of for
elgn nnd domeBtto wines, liquors and cigars
will be kept In stock. Choice temperance
drinks, Klna old slock ale.
Thoeatlnebar Is supplied with everything
lntbeeatlnK line served In the best style.
Meals served at ell hours, Fine private rooms
LEATHER and SHOE HUGS
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will be pleaedto meet the wants
of hts friends and the publlo In
Everything in the Drinking Line.
Dealer In all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies ! (
Largo and first-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied i
18 W. CENTRE ST., j
Ferguson Housebuilding, SHENANDOAH, PA.
The Cheapest Place !
Gents' FuroisMng Goods, Hosiery, Etc ,
CHARLES : YAROWSKY'S,
Sl West Centre Ht,, Shenandoah,
Q. M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON.
-29 West Lloyd Btreet, Shenandoah