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AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS,
All kinds of potted ments, fish,
canned good, oysterB, lobstfiu,
cnilis, Kii'Siaii cavliir, freeh spiked
oysters, finest 8iiiokd hams, bo
lognas and hiuokud hat, York stalo
full camni olieefe,iUiitttitlial,Swi'W,
Edam, Sumr'o and Llniburjrer.
Kino asBortiwnt, of cakes nud bl
cults. O. and 15. pii-klos of ad
kinds, l'liiklcs by tliodo.on. You
will 11 ml just what you want.
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Cor. Centre and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
ALT, Till: NIJWS Knit ONK CKNT.
lias a larger circulation In IShennndoah than
Hiiy other papor published. Circu
lation boolt "pfn to all.
AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY.
What Nows Gathero's Tako
Moment to Toll About.
In the heat, cold and wet lines
AucuBt has made quite u record.
The large demand for schcol books
keeps the bonk stores busy.
The man who has an Idea that times
are hard is always io be found.
An inventor has applied for a patent
for an automatic child spanker.
The scarcity of i;Ias- jars will soon
be over the factories are now at work.
The amusement season Is now open
and soon balls will Uko the place of
The storo window are losing their
summer look and putting on an
Cigarette amoklusr Increases dally,
and the Increase Is with the boys, and
particularly the small sized ones.
The rattle of coal on a sheet Iron
chute Is a familiar sound these days.
Many people aie laying In a supply for
Tn view of the enormous crops and
the steady revival In all manufactur
ing and mining interestc, what a
glorious fall and winter lie before ub!
This Is the season when If a man
shakes your hand a trille more
vigorously than common, ynu will
walk away and wonder what olllce he
of Interesting Artlcloa
on all Topics.
Harry Hearn, nged iM years, a minor
In tlie I'arrish mines, was instantly
killed by a fall of top coal. Deceased
was a promising yung man and bad
been In tliiti country only one year.
He leaves a wlfn and two children In
Wales. Mr. He.trn intended to quit
the mints and joiu his family lu
The employ s In the Central It. It.
of New Jerrey shops at Ashley have
handed lu a petition, a document
about ten feet lon, asking that they
be given the bcnellt of the two wc-ks1
pay law The mutter is now under
Mike Harklna left Audenrled for
Denver. Got drunk In Hazleton.
Attempted to kliM a young lady walk
ing on oue of the streets. Night in
the lockup and $17 llneaud costs.
Joseph Helm, outside foreman at
the Ilenrv C'lav colliery, was itijurtd
bv belnir struck with a wagon. He
had ridden on a trin from the breuker
to the Hlir Mouutaln triune, where he
alighted on the opposite track. Fail
ing to perceive the npproach of n
trip the latch mi a rar struck him on
the side badly Injuring him. Mr.
Kelui was formerly a resident of Khen-audoau.
A Safe- Invoatmont.
18 one which 1h guaranteed to bring yon sat
Israciory results, orlu case of falluie a reium
of purchase prlcf. On this sate plan you can
huy rem our advertised I.ruggist a bottle ol
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption.
it is guaranteed 10 urnin ruui iu 'vmj
when u-ed for any affection of Throat. lings
oriMest, such ns Consumption, Inflamma
tion or Luiiks, Hronchllls, Asthma, Whoop
ing i ougli. Croup, etc, etc. It Is pi wsant aud
agreeable to taH. perfectly sure, aud can al
ways lie depe- ded upon. Trial bottles free at
C. II llsgeubuch s Drug Store.
An llrubesiler Arrested.
New YortK, Sop. 5. Sydney Old alias
Batnuol Owens formerly Secretary to
Fisher Henwick & Co., of the Dry Dock
aud Jetty Co., of Ncwcaetle-ou-Tyne, has
been nrreeted at Detroit, Mich., oa a
charge of entUOHzlliiR 5,000 from his
employers. Ho will bo brought to this
city and held to await the arrival of ex
tradition papers. Old arrived hero July
0. and went west two dnys later.
ISnston Altiaur Rr.llro.itl Dividend.
Boston, Mass., Sop. 5. The Boston &
Albany Railroad Company will puy a
dlvKond of $3 per sharo Sept. 8'i, to stock
holders i-f to nrd Sept. 12. Tha tmusf er
boo-rt will bo clof oJ from September 14
to Sept. iK). inclusive.
y7 AN rED A boy to learn the
business. Apply at 23 Snrth
Cn.liu nuiniii.. D.rmnnAiitn Roatnred.
Weiikuoi, A'erToninciii lleblllty. ana all
tho train of evils from cirlr orrorsorlntor oxeei"es
the roaults of overwork, sickness, worry, etc. Fuu
strength, development, and toco Riven to everj
organ and portion of tho body, tilmple. natural
methods, lmtnedlato Improvement seen. Failure
Impossible. 2.0U0 references, llook. explanations
tna proofs mnnea (senieai rroe. .Adams
rvn.n .vnmM, 1 1 r f" . I n .t v
1'. J. FEllQUSON, :t AMAUEH.
Bucklon'B Arnica Salvo.
The Best Halve tn the world 'or flits
Tiruica Knn-.s. Ulcers. Bait Ilheuin. Fever.
Hores, Tetter. Unarmed Hsuds, Uhilolalns
Corns, nud all Skin lirnptlons, and positively
"ures Piles, or no nav rcauln-d. H Is guar
anlcedtoglve perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Prlc-i&j cents per box. For sale
by C. II. Ilagenimcb.
Unveiling th Grady Monument.
Atlanta, Gil, Sep. 5. Tho unveiling
of the Grady monumont will occur Oct.
21. Tho occasion will doubtless bo a nota
ble one, us among those who have ac
cepted invitations to bo present are Gov
ernors Hill of Now York, Abbott of Now
Jersey, and 1'attUon of Pennsylvania,
Senator Vest of Missouri, Gen. Pat Col
lins of Boston, Senator Wolcott o Colo
rado aud others.
The Olbbom-McAullfJe Glove Contest.
Xnw YOHK, Sop. 5. Interest in tho
great glove contest botween McAullffo
and Gibbons next week Increases as the
night set for It nppeoaohos, and the abili
ties of tho men uii being canvassed. In
Brooklyn and this city tho sporting mon
who prido themselves on their judgment
will have no oue but McAullffo, while all
Jorsoy has a Gibbons fover. A3 a well
ltnown Pnterson man said: "We are
placing mortgages on our houses, aud I ,.
will but tho clothes on our bacK9 that
Austin wins." It will bo a great con
test, aud a mint of money will chaugo
OPEjXIXG OF THE SEASON!
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, '91.
Fisher's Company of Comedians In the merry,
"pOIt BALK Old bottles, suitable for
at J. .
ling catsup, Ac., can bo had very cheap
Kellly'H llimor sto o. 8 2fl.tr
F'OIt It ENT. Three rooms, suitable
for Club room, olllce. elo. (Jas and strain
fixtures. New boiler Juit put In. Apply t
Levi Uefowlcli, clothier, Si Main St. 2-tf
One of the most desirable rtrorjer-
tles on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
tr:nn. Apply nt Kowse's grocery store, cor
ner Jardln and Oak streets. Hbeuatldoau, Fa.
TYPE AVItlTING. A young lady,
agraduat. wnts work .it type writing,
i all at Herald olllce, or address 1Ikiiai.ii,
.SlienauuiMli. l'a. 8 Ml
FARMS FOR SALE. Are you look
ltm lor a farm? If so call on or write to
J. J. Keliler, Frackvllle, Pa., as to where they
ore located and for terms. &22af
"XTC-TICE. Thle Is to give notice
Xi that, my wife, Agnes, has lettmy bed
and ioard without Just provocation, and I
hereoy warn the puonc irom tins aate on inai
I will pay no bills contracted by her.
WILLIAM II. DEAN.
SlIKNANDOAH, Pa Hept. 1, 1891, O ltv
Pure Ice Cream !
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Orders promptly attended to. Particular
lention paia 10 nans, 1'jcuics,
NORTH MAIN STREET,
Near Corner of; Lloyd, SHENANDOAH. PENNA
"A COLD DAY !"
BIXTH SUC2Ec!SFUL SEASON.
Doalarfl that the Pund Is 3IUused.
Nr.wyor.K, Sop. 5. About 8, 000 cloak
Tuaker met last night In Cooper Union
and protostoil againat the use to which
the llarou Hirach Jowls Bonotlt Fund of
$15,000,000 was being put. Tho speakers
that tho fund was controlled by
contractors who treated tho boneOclaries
unfairly, and declared Uiat the money
was being misused.
Poor Outlook far Poll Blur Htrlkuri.
Fall Hiveb, Mass., Sep. 3 The Bar
nftby Mill strikers voted to remain away
from work until next Tuosday. There
appears to ba no poibtlity of a cora
promiM, as Agout Aehlaf rotueea to hoM
Sept. 11. WoUh Baptist Sunday Bckool;
foitlval and social in Robbins' opera house.
Sept. 12. Farewell picnic of Columbia
At tho Same Prlco.
All persons holdinK duplicate cbeclti for
photogriphs can havo tho eamo promptly
flnisbod at Keaftoy's art studio at tho eanie
price. Itemombor wo aro on the first floor.
Labor Men Want Lmvor Iutarost.
Nbw YoitK, Sep. 5. Tho labor organ!
nations, it is said, aro to present a petl
tlon to tho Democratic Stato Convention
at Saratoga asking it to put a plank in
Its platform favoring a reduction of the
leaal rato of interest in Now York State
from b to 5 per ocuU An euort was mauo
in the Lcolslaturo last wintor to pass a
low reducing the rato, but it failed. A
Molnimtlnu of bankers went to Albany to
onnosa It. At its head was J. Edward
Rimmnn. nrosldent of tho Fourth Ntt'
tlonal Bank. lie is a uomocrat, anu win
again opposo tho schema.
AtOnoTime u Star In Copenhagen.
Vvw Ynuir. Sod. 5. Paul liesskind, at
one time a star actor at tho Copenhagen
(Tnstiio. was amons tho Danish immi-
grants landed Dy too iningvaua, just in
nort hero. Ho Ifl solng West to seek cn-
aaaements In tho Scandinavian musio
hnlln. Ho is said to hava been the inti
mate friend of Holna Von Bluhml, tho
MvnrrA vita of a Russian nobleman.
Tho lady was the leodor of fast sooioty In
iTfinenliacfsn. and made money Dy esino-
llshlng music halls throughout Denmark,
Komovnts ot Sins BUe Prison.
Riva 9iito. N. Y.. 3p. 8. Warden
W. B. Brown of Blng Slag prison, has
discharged four more offlclals. Thoy are
fJnard John Uradt and keepers B. A.
flmlth. Garrett Tenhansn ona unarios
Stnnhen. Two are war veterans, and
th iruvii orana Army dobi wm iuvot-
cedo in their bohalf. Olerk John Asho
of the Drlsou has i-eslnnea, Assistant
cierV Milan is fllllnn the position until
a successor is appointed. .
Briglitor TC'iirixi. 3G3t7-or.
New Songs New Dances New Music.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller'6 old stand,)
Corner Coal uml Jardln Hts.
Mr. Snyder will always koeo!ln stock a! fine
i line 01 uooui auu suoes.
Cuotoiii Worlt find Rcpairluj;
done In the best style. He anarantees to sell
cheaper tlmn compeiltors ou Main Btreet who
navo nig ieui& w pay. ana guarantees a genu
no bargain on every purclmse.
PRICES OF ADMISSION, 25, 35, 60c.
I No Combine Beer
We are selling nut our nutlre stork of Ladles'
.Mieseo' una ummruun
to malre room for our fall eoods, alroidy or
dered, Infuet, we are determined io
clear evtrythlni; nut, Including
a large lot or iltn'i
Mining and Rubber Boots.
Thee goods must be sold, and no reasonable
oner win no reiuseu inr uirui. iuminuu
uumbtig, a -nal we aiivertist wo
moan. The people will now
have au upportunliy to
Secure Genuine Bargains.
Come early before the sizes aro broken.
Won Boot and Shoe Store
has secured tho agency for tho
BUUWEISES and EXPORT BEERS
RICHARDS & CO.
ALSO AGENT FOR
Go to Coslett's for your preserving fruit.
Buy Keystone flour, llo careful that tht
nsino Lessio & Co., Ashland, l'a., it
printed on overv sack. 3-3-3taw
Best work done at Brennan's eteam
laundry. Everything white and spotless
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar
The plane to buy yonr school books cheap is I
Also Scholar's Companions, Dnok Straps, I
ricnooi liag, iMuieis, eiu. .veryuuug
and unythlng required In school.
Hlates, peuclls, etc., sold re
tall aud wholesale.
Books Suitable for East and West ilahaaoy Twp.
Don't forget the place If you wish to save
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
22 East Centre St, Shenandoah.
Howard Ottered for the Train Uobbera.
Sas Francisco, Sep. 5. The Southern
I'adtlo Company, in conjunction with
u'n PWcro &s Co.. havo offered a re
ward of $8,000 for tho arrest of each of
n,o bi-B men concerned In tho attempt
to rob a train last Thursday night near
nfnrfan f!nl. Detectlvo Harris' condi
tion ha3 changed for the woreo and his
recovery Is now considered extremely
Cor. Main anil Oak Streets, Shonandoah,
iRettigs Beer, Porter,
AND CONTINENTAL ALES.
ORDEIW OAX HE LEFT WITH
SOL. DAAK, 120 S. MAIS ST.,
who will promptly nil all orders for
BheuandoaU and vicinity.
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 kindswhich aro
oftered regardless of cost to clean out.
113 North Main Streat, Shenandoah, Pa.
11 "FAMOUS" ONE
Don't Cry Over Spilt Milk.
Thus peoplo stand weeping
With nil their wlUi sleeping.
While their milk Uowaaway luster and faster;
lie up xnd doing
New schemes a browing, 1
Aud turn tn good fortnneeach trifling dls-
What's the uso of our worrying bo
cause we aro overstocked In some lines.
Wo wont. We have decided to give
the people the beneilt of this; to re
lieve ourselves nud advertise our busi
ness by offering such unheard of bar
gains as will bring ua trade iu the reg
ular way for months to come. Look
at these offerings below :
Children's Suits for 80c, worth 11.15.
do do 1 00 do 1.50.
Mon'a Doraet Shirts for 25c, worth 50o.
Hoys' do 20o do 35c
Noctttlcs, best In this county, for 25e.
A. T. JONES,
11 JV. Main Street, Shenandoah.
ROBBINS1 OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
NORTH MAIN STEEET, SHENANDOAH,
Fall Term Begins Monday, August 31st, 1891.
W. J. SOLIY, President.
The namo of A. C. YATES
& CO. is a household word
Tho quality of our sooda has
built up our popularity.
lor tue coming J? all am!
Winter wo havo manufactured
a stock that is sure to please
Novelties and standard iabnc3
aro hero in plenty, and price
ik.w h way the wind blows, but stylo, qual ity and making have
n't Bbu what hard blows we have W 'JL. 1
been striking at strw bat prices. Homebats ail icuuivuu uui jiuiowum uuu,
aro dear at any price; these hats are cheap at With VOUr former needs in
3? 73i$snu irt,$mvi)tys)
double the money. If what covers your head I . , ,. ij. nf
is not becoming ioyou. all the palus you take mind We ai'O COPlldeilt Of meet
as to the rest ol your attire areslinply thrown jjipr present Vantf,
away. Come and se how you will look in I " 1
A. G. Yates & Go
one of our 60o f traw bats. There's no use In
eivlugany lurther description of them than
to say tills they are stylish. Wo cut the
prlco down because we want to cut our stock
dowu. Auother big bargain In bats la our tl
black stiff hats.
II! S. Uali St S0ANLAU Shenasdoih)
Cor. 13th h Chestnut Sts.
nenanaoan Business loiiege !
The Leading Photographar,
NO. 14 WHITE ST.
The work done at this esllery Is fully enual
o tbatdoue at the larco iralleites of iSew
York and Phlladelnhla. Coinnarlson Is In-
Tiled between the specimens of bis two and
thn e dollar cabinets shown lu bis window
and the best of work done elsewhere at five
and sis dollars.
a-Io not climb long flights ot stairs to
patronize an enterprise run by out of town
parties when better work may be had of your
SO East Centre Street. S HEXsLyj) 0A2Z
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Confectionery
-OF All KINDS
New Saloon and Restaurant !
Newly Painted, Papered and Renovated,
No. lis EAST CENTRE STREET,
Three doors above Kendrlck House,
BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor.
Mr. Haskev would Inform hts manv friends
and the public that be will cater to their want
inineBame nrsi-ciass style mat ne has done
In the past. None but the best brands of for.
elgn and domestlo wines, liquors and cigars
win uu aepi. iu buck. Liuoice temperance
drinks. Finn old slock ale
Theeatlmrbar Is supplied with everything
intneeaumc line served in the best sty Kc
Meals served at all hours. Fine prlvato rooif
LEATHER and SHOE FINDINGS
The storkholders ol the Mabanov City.
Hhenandoab, Qlrardvllle and Aalilaud Btreet
Hallway om hereby notified to meet In tue
office of the company, lleddall's building,
Bbenaudoah, l'a., nn Haturday, Bepteiuber B,
isui, ai. lea m tor ine purpose oi eieciinifu
president aud five ilrectois.
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Oents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty ot
Nellie Bly aud Mary Anderson. Caps.
8 EAST OBNTRB ST.
llasremoved to Bill Jones' old stand
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where he will be ploaed to meet the wants
or ins inenas ana tne puunc in
Everything in the Drinking Line.
3P J". OLBART,
Dealer In all kinds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and first-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Suppfwa
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA.
The Cheapest Place !
Gents' FarnisMng Goods, Hosiery, Etc,
OHAELES : YAROWSKY'S,
23 West Centre HU, Shenandoah.
Q M, HAMILTON, M. D,
PHYSICIAN AND 5UR0S0N. ,
Offioe-23 West Lloyd Btreet, Bhenando