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STO"W OUST T?A I All kinds of spices, vinegar, sugar, etc., for tho preserving and pickling season. All pure. Sweet Pickles and Pickled Goods, Canned Goods, Cheese, etc., at AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS, EMS1B 1XF0BT Bill, Light. HIT, Pi 11 1 Cor. Centre and White Streets. The Evening Herald AliliTJIR NIIWS FOK ONK CKNT. lias n larger circulation In IHhenandoah tbnn any other paper published. Circu lation books open to all. AFFAIRS OATJGHT HASTILY, What Nowb Gnthorors Tako Momont to Toll About. Wnrmer. Foggy mornings. BliL'llliiirlis nre plenty. Pumpkin plo time Is coming. Tho seuson for cough drops is com nig. Tho enrtli(iinko always openB up 8O1110 new country. Time to miiko your catsup if you Haven't clone so. The beautiful green color of French pens Is armlclal. Frosty mornings may bo expected pretty boou now. Read Price & Sons advertisement on tlio fourth page. The heater men's services are begin ning to bo in demand. It will not bo long now till tho leaves vein havo their turn mitt men fall. A friend says he always forgives his enemies if they are bigger tliau no is, Golden rod is vorv lino this season wet weuther having kept It fresh and fair. The cold frosty mornings arc coming when buckwheat cukes nud sausage will lie in order. A mti on Main street stoned a peacli yesterday uud the police didn' arrest mm. Unve you seen tho pretty fall millinery at Miss MoGiunW? The mock is wormy 01 inspection. The cool nights are liaviug their ef fect on the foliage, and tho leaves are beginning to fall. The beautiful sea son of tho year is yet to come. Kuough cider has been made in F.astern l'ensylvania this season, says a Heading dlHpatcii, to nil tlio acmiyi Kin to its brim were mat river to k dry. Guaranteod Cure. We nuthomo our advertised druggist to soil Dr KIiil-'h Now Discovery lor Cousumollon. . vugija (tin. VjUiub. unju nun MJiiukuuu. 11 Tuu are ullUctad with a Couuh. Cold or unv Ii ng, Throat or Chest trouble, mid will ite mis lemi'oy as aireciea, Kving H a iair inai, Rtid experience no bonellt, you may return tho bottle ti'l havo vour moncv refunded. Wo could riot make this oiler did wenot know that Dr. IClng's New Discovery could be rolled on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free i.t O. II, Hagenbucu drug store. inrgeslzo tuo. ami ti.w. Indians at Hurko's opera bouse, Frack vino, w oanosaay evening, u si-n Coming Evonts. Oct. 1. Do Moss Family concort at Koubiiu1 opora house. Octobor G. buppor, Hobbins' opora houso, undor auspices of the English Bap tist church. Oct. a). Supper in Kobbins' opora house under tho autpicos of Ladies Aid Socioty, No. 13, auxilliarv to Sons of Vetorans. Novombor 20. Grand supper in Kobbin6' opora houso; bonoflt of Lady Harrison Lodgo, No. 16, A. I'. L. A. At tho Samo Prioo. All persons holding duplicato checks for photographs can havo the same promptly flnisbod at KnaRey's art studio at (he samo price. Komembor wo are on tho first floor. Keaoev, See tho Indians at UurWs opera house, Frackvillo, Wednesday ovining. 0-21-f Burchlll's Rostaurnnt. Charles ISuichlll is now locatod at corner of Alain and Ooal st roots, 8bontndoah, ItoKuiar motile, at popular prices, served any timo. Ladles' dining and rofrosbmont rooms attached. 9-1-i-tf To Our Headers. Are you troubled with Consumption or a itiumnnW (MM lr un (.lira lnuilthw D..MI. . live In open air, uso l'au-Tinu Cough and Consumption Cure, and be cured. Don't aeiay Trial uouies ireo ui Kiriiua urus store Prottiost oil cloth in town at C. D. Fricko's carpet store. 9-18-tf SCHOOL BOOKS. The place to buy your school books cheap is Also Scholar's Companions, Book Straps, School llaga, Tablets, etc Kverylhtng and anything required In fccbool. Hlattw, iraiiolls, etc, sold re tail uud wholesale. Bjoks Suitable for East anil West JIalianoy Twp. Don't forget the place If you wish to save money. IMC. MBLLET; CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND. 22 East Centre St., Shenanooah. BEGION 'ROUND. A Budgot of Interesting Articles on all Topics. The strike at Morea lias been settled. Tho men resumed work yesterday. The trouble uroaeover new rules in re gard to tho men dealing at the com pany store. Tlio company wanieu tue men tonsslgn tho right to stop oil' at tlio colliery all amounts duo for mine supplies and store accounts. The com- pauy win notpusii me agreement. The miners of llyron colliery, near Shamokin. owned and onerated by tho Black Diamond (Joal uompany, oi Philadelphia, aro on strike for an ml vance oi wages. An eflort is being made by Manager Heckman, of Shamokin, to organize a UonI Kegion ijt-iigue lor next season. it is tho intention tonaveaii tno nomo players, and no ono can participate in a game unless he has resided In the circuit at least thirty days. ON HIS KNEES. John Gowanski Within an Inch of Death. John Gowanski, a Hungarian nearly 70 years of age, had a most rcmarknblo es- enpo from doath on tho Philadelphia and Reading railroad Sunday evening. As tho passenger train duo horo shortly after 5 o'clock was passing Shonandoab City col liery tho otigineor noticed a man on the track in front of tho Koad's houses. Tho whistlo was blown, but tho man tecmod unablo to got upon bis foot. IIo was in a kncoling position between tho two tracks, bis kneos reeling on tho odgo of the sills supporting tho rails upon which tho train was running. Tho ongincer con tinued to blow tho whistlo and revorscd his engine, but was unuble to stop tho train boforo roacbirg tho man. G iwanski suc coedpd in kooping his body in an upright position nnd as tho train passed him bis faco acrapod along tho sido of tho cars. The incidont caused great excitomont on tho train, as none of tho passengers doubted that tho man would bo killed. As tho last car passed him Gowanski foil across the rails. After the train was stopped some passengers wont back to tho prostrate form, Thoy found the man badly Intoxicated and when his true condition was learned they marvolod that ho had succeeded in main taining an upright position until tho train passed. It was cortainly ono of tho most narrow escapos. To Dispol ColdB, Headaches and Fevers, to cloanso the system effectually, yet gently, when cos tive or bilious, or when tho blood is impure or sluggish, to pormanontly euro habitual constipation, to awaken tho kidneys and livor to a hoalthy activity, without irrita ting or weakoning thorn, uso Syrup of Figs. "My Oolloon." "Ity Colleen," an Irish comedy drama by James A. Home, author of "Hearts of Oak," will bo presented in Shenandoah for the first timo Thursday, Sept. 21. Tho play comes heralded by tho press as tho bost and purest Irish comedy drama before tho public. Tho author receiving univor sal commendation for bis unconventional puro and life-liko treatment of Irish peasantry question. The play depicts tho struggles of an Irish peasant prosecuted by tho steward of a rich landowner, whoso plans of revengo are presented by tho dovotion of a big-hearted Irish lad, Tho pieco Is a beautiful story intenely interest ing. In tho part of Jerry Doyle Mr, Farroll has undoubtedly created tho strongest character ho has as yet given on tho stago. Tho songs which havo made him so well known he einjis nightly, also introducing with Jennio Loland, a capti vating soubrette, thoir latest success, "Wbispor." The company is first-class, wbilo the scenic effects aro tho most elab orate as yet seen in an Irish production. Tako vour carpet racs to I). D. Frlcko' carpet store and have thorn made into a flrbt-class carpet. 9-18-tf Lambert, The Hatter, Carries an extraordinary line of Hats, Caps and Cents' Furnishing Goods and makes a specialty ot Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps G EAST aEKTTHE ST. Q M. HAMILTON, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office S8 West Lloyd Street, BbenanODab Pa. - DISS GOODS, BLANKETS and CARPETS AT - JNO. B. PRICE'S SONS "Common Sense" SHOE STORE, 110 South Main St., Shenandoah. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE S. Xi- BEOWN. Grand Opening! FALL AND WIN TEK STYLES 01 MILLINERY ELLAM. M'GINNISS' -No. 26- East Centre St., Shenandoah, Pa. Tho II nest and largest asortment lu Hats, Ilounets and Caps at re markably low prices. Our line of Children's THIMMED AND UN THIMMED IIA.T6 Oimnot 13 o mciTX,Hoel. FOR RENT. STORE-ROOM AND DWELLING Cor. Jardin and Lloyd Sts. The undersigned oilers the store-room and dwellluc. Mtuato at the norlhweit corner of jarain ana iioya sireem, ior rem, i-ossession given immeaiaitiy. ine store-room n re cently oeen papered and painted, and If" de sirable location for most any kind of buslncs. If so desired, tu stole-room can be rented without the dwelling. For further particulars apply to THOMAS U. DAVIKS. 10-10-tf Cor. Jardin and Lloyd Streets. IFOIR, SALE. I hereby give notice that I will sell at 'public sale an my nousenom toons, consist ing of the following goods: Parlor Suit, Bedroom Sets, Chairs CAKPETS, TABLES, and nil such eoods as are found In a well furnished house. The above goods must be sold at once. MRS. JACOB HENTZ. New Saloon and Restaurant ! Newly Painted, Papered and Renovated. No. 115 15AST CBNTKIi BTItKCT, Thi'ee doors above Kendrlck House, BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor. Mr. Haskey would ln'orra his many friends nnd the publlo that he will cater to their wants in ine same nrst-ciass style mat ne nos done luthenast. None but the best brands of for eign and domestic wines, liquors and cigars will be kept In stock. Choice temperance arinss. rma oiu siock aie The eattner bar Is supplied with evervtblne In the eating line served In the beststyle. Meals served at all hours. Fine prlvato rooms aiiacuea. HEADQUARTERS FOR Fish, Oysters, Fruits, VEGETABLES, &c. FRESH GOODS EVERY DAY. PRICKS MODIillATl!, Would solicit part of the patronage of the puuuc. COAKLEY BROS., Knight's Old Blind. CIIPNMlvIinill IM Cor.Centre and White sU.,uUtn'lHUUdll, I A. SOHEIDER'S BAKERY, UO Bast Centre Street, SllJIXAXltOAII. Bread, Cakes, lee Cream and Coifecliooery -OF ALL KINPS,- WANTS, &o. TPOn SALli Old bottles. niilinhlnfni JL boltllng catsup, .Vc, enn be had very cheap at .1. A. Itellly's liquor stoi e, 8 3Mf T?OR flENT. Three rooms, suitable U for Club room, office, etn. OnA nnrt strain fixtures. Now holler Jutt put In. Apply to Levi Iterowlch, clothier, Si Main St. n 2-tl WANTED. A girl for general housework. Good waires rtald. Annlv at IlKitALU office. (1-1 i) ti DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR sale. Ono of the most desirable nrnnnr. ties on West Oak street, Tor sale on reasonable terms. Apply at Itowse's grocery store, cor ner jaruin ana unit streets, snenanaoan, l'a TYPE WRITING. A young lady, a graduate, wnnis work at type writing. - all at IlKitAi.D olllce, or address Hkiiai.u, Mhenaudoali, l'a. 8 Ml FARMS FOR SALE. Areyou look lug lor a farm? If so call on nr write In J. J. Kehler, 1-raclcvllle, l'a., as to where they nre located and for terms. 8-22-tf FOR RALE. A beautiful double rod Iron fence, suitable for fencing ceme tery lots. or fir eatei around 'Wtlllnes. In. quire of l'resbylcrlan church trnsieeB. 0 9 tf FOR SALE. A nice 28-acre farm for sale. Mix miles from Shenandoah. Ileautlfully situated on a publlo road Good dwelling, Good barn. Fruit trees beginning to bear. All young. Splendid stream ol water running through ibo the land. This Is a good cnance for n man who wants a small fxrm. Inquire of James O. Hutlou, post olUce building, room 6. u-Otf DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER shlp. Nolle Is hereby given that the firm of Latldlg A Hooks berelol'ore exl.llnt? and doing business In the borough of Shen andoah has been this day dissolved. Mr. H, 1- . Ljiiiuig. ine senior memuer oi inonrm, retiring. The business whl hereafter be con ducted by F. W. Hooks and Richard U Brown, composing mo arm or hooks ,k lirown, who assume all obligations of tho old Arm and to wnom nu unisaue mar. nrm snouiu do paid, F. W. Hooks Richard L. llnowN. Shenandoah, Pn Sept. II, 1891. 1-a-w-lw AMUSEMENTS. JIJIttJUHON'M THUATIIE, p. j. rnaansov, manaqkb. THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, '91 The eventog FoiEsttr comed'au ond dancer, T03STY FARBELL In his latest success, ; "MY COLLEEN" t By James A. Heme, author of Hearts ot Oak, etc, supporiea oy ms own cumpuuy 01 excellent players, Includlug the charming vocalist and dan cer, JKNNIE ICELAND. A Great Comedian, A Sweet Singer, An excellent company, a pure play, and magnlllcent scenic tllccls. A NTIQUlTYcan be tolerated In almost any thing but hais. If the bead Is out of date the rest of the body 1b prttty sure to follow suit. Nobody but a millionaire or a genius can afford to wear ancient headgear, and even they take a good many chances when they do It, It will cost you no more to bo up with the times than it will to be half a mile behind them. Everything about our fl.CO bat Is band some but the price, and J1.M forsudh a hat am scarcely be called anything but a ridiculously low figure. The same can be said of our 25o neckwear. Our line of gents' furnishing goods Is the lowest priced In the market. 13 S, Mala St SOANLAW Shenandoah LEATHER and SHOE FUNGS IP. J": CLEART, Sealer in all kinds ot "X . .. Shoemakers' : Supplies ! lArgeaudflrst-claaaiStock., " All Demands of the Trade Suppiea 18 W. CENTRE' SI1., Ferguson House building, SHENAND0A1; PA The Cheapest PlaQe ! TO BUY Oenls' Furnishing Goods, Hosiery, E(c, IS AT CHARLES : YAROWSKY'S, 23 West Centre fit,, Shenandoah. Reduction zixr- PRICE, A few patterns of White Embroidery, Flouncings, Plain and Plaid Muslins, Pineapple Cloths, Satteons, Chintzes, also r.emnants of Prints, Ginghams, and Dress Goods of all kinds, which aro oftered regardless of cost to clean out. J. J. PRICE'S Old 113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa. HO ! FOR THE TO HB HELD AT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, '91 GKRInTID IBIXiaTTIESIOItT UNDEIl THE AUSPICES OP SHENANDOAH TRIBE, 110,155, Train will leave Shenandoah nt5.52a. m., via Lehigh "Valley Rnilroail. Tickets for the Round Trip, $1.75. Tickets may bo had of membenrof morning of tlio excursion. Shenandoah Business College i AND SHORTHAND SCHOOL, ROB BINS1 OPERA HOUSE BUILDING NORTH MAIN STEEBT, SHENANDOAH, Fall Term Begins Monday, August 31st, 1891. W. J. SOLLY, President. DO YOU WANT A GOOD FIT ? nud well made, fashionable clothes? If so, call on W. J JACOBS, Fashionable Custom Tailor, 8 South Jardin Street, Shenandoah. Call nui sen samples of the latest goods nud the styles. Good. workmanship, promptness ami fair prices. CHAS. STETLER, Tonsorial Artist ! (Towusend's old stnnd,) 117IN, Main St., Bliciinndonli. J l'artles desiring a first ols js shave, shampoo or uuir cut thould call at try new shop which has been reflttcd and Ihevuuishly rfnovated. Special attention Is uwen to ladles' hair cutting. A. curdlnl invitation is extended to my old patrons and the publ'ii In general to call and 6ee me at my new quarters. Newly Reflttcd and Renovated. sjE-n.A.-viiisra-:, Hair Cutting and Haw Dressing I HIIAJtrOOINO, ETC., II Y E. G. J. WADLINGER, Under I'ostofflce Ilulldlng, Main and Oak Sts., Shenandoah. "';',,ot..and.col(lbaUl! Pollta, prompt and careful attention, g -aoPro r PETER CECCHINI & BRO.'S, 111 EABliOKNTRE ST., For Fine Pearsnd Best California Grapes. BEST LEBY IN TOWN. Reliable Stand. STATE FAIR ! JSETULEIIJEM, IMPROVED ORDER OE RED MEM tho order and at tho station on the? To tho general public tho Clothiers' advertisements are apt to be "chestnuts." There fore we will bo as brief as pos sible. Our FALL OPENING DIS PLAY of choice and natty Suits and Overcoats for Menr Boys and Children occurs this week. Tho attractive prices seem to add to its beauties. A C. Yates & Co. NOW OHLV Cor. 13th 6c Chestnut Sts. PHILADELPHIA. IlCHt'iuacIc Clotlilusr iu lMtllucIclpliln. GET THE BEST. Tk"SEW BROADWAY" RANGE Is the best range In the market, and the price will Just suit. The following promptly attended to; TIN HOOFING, SPOUTING, ROOF PAINTING Andall kinds of STOVE nilI?J3L.I3?ll3, kept on hand. Sealers supplied. Thanking for past favors, I remain yours to command, WM. E. PRATT, 73m 331 S, Jardin St., Shenandoah