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All kinds of apices, vinegar, augar, etc., for tlio preserving and pickling season. All pure. Sweet Pickles and Pickled AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS, it numi n i m iiirfi klL m atii si in. Goods, Canned Goods, Cheese, etc., at SEVERITY, a J X XI X I I y rasna aeiBRa A tsKszt a mr. ,, . ' I v r x I X XX III- A I J 1 1 i 1 I 1 I H V I 1 m TrffTrVlrto TT? Cor. Centre and Whito Streets. The Evening Herald. AM. TIIK NHWS FOIt ONK CKNT. Has a larger circulation In Hlienamloan than any other paper published. Circu lation hooka open to nil. AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY, "What News Gathorore Tako a Momont to Toll About. A Rood inmiy liotiHewlves complain Unit tlieir rrtltt 18 not Keeping wen. Tlio full bonnets lmvo already bcKim to ripen, and the crop, aa usual, will ue a large one. This la the niopqulto season, anil the pesUey llttlo tormentors are busy each anil every nignt. As the cool weather approaches the chunk of Ice left at your door grows perceptibly larger. The buckwheat cake and the numn kin pie are among the rural charmers now worKlUR tnelr way into town. Let the business man talk every day of hard times, and money will go anil get tight. It cannot stand everything. This is tlio most delightful season of the year to take an outing. Try it if you can spare the time unu liavo a llttlo surplus casn. With the beginning of the fall Is a proper time for considering how homo can lie made more pleasing. It should be an attractive spot for every one in tlio lamlly circle. The parachute has one shining ad vantage over the unloaded pistol it kills only the one who uses it, and so cannot proper'.; u rpganteu us uau gcroti8 to society. Now Is the time to put sidewalks in repair for the winter. If delayed much longer a good many walks which are badly in ueeil ot repair will remain in mat condition until spring, I' ix them up now. Charity begins at home when you hand over to. the poor your cast oil clothing. Every industrious person should try his hand at something, and If he does not succeed let him try both hands at It. We see now fields of crolden rod and wild hollyhock meadows 'of daisies and fragrant clover tho liluo of a tranquil summer sity all ove". Guaranteed. Curo. Wo authorize our advertised druggist to sell ur iviug-8 ptew mucovory ior ixmsumpuon, 'oughsand Colds, upon this condition, 11 ynu are utllicu-d with a Coueh. Cold or anv u uk, Throat or Chest trouble, nnd will use tu iemeay as aireciea, giving u, a. iair mat, and experience no benefit, you may return tho bollle .iii.t have your money refunded. Ve could not niHlte thlsoOcr did wecotknnw that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It novar disappoints. Trial bottles free t O. II. MuKenbuch s drug store. Large size imc, una n.wv. Tremondou3 big Indian show at liurlto' opora house, Frackvillo, thiaoTening. Coming BvontB. Out. 1. Do Mosa Family concort at Itobbinj' opora houso. uctobor u. supper, nobblns' opora houso, undor auspicos of tho English Bap tist church. Oct. 20. Suppor in Kobbins' opera houso undor tho auipicos of Ladies Aid Socioty, No. 13, auxilliarv to Sons of Veterans. Novombor SC. Grand supporin Hobblnt' opora house; bonefit of Lidy Uarrison Lodgo, No. 10, A. P. L. A " At tho Samo Prlco. All persons holding duplicate chocks for photographs can havu tho samo promptly finiihod at Koajroy's art studio at the samo prico. Koniembor wo are on tho first floor. Kkagey. Soo tho Indians at Burko's opora house, Krackvulo, this ovoning. 9-21-tf Burchlll's Bostaurant. Charles lluichill U now located at corner of Main and Coal stroets, 8honinuoah Itoeular moals. at popular uncos, sorvod apy timo. Ladios' dining and rofrcshmon rooms attached, O-M-tf To Our Eoadors. Aroyou troubled with Oousumritlon or deep seated Cold, If no tako healthy exercue. live in open nir, use rnu-iina uoug n nu Consnmullou (Jure, aud be cured. Don1 delay. Trial bottles free at JClrlln's drugstore Prettiest oil cloth in town at 0. D Frloko's carpot storo. 0-18 tf I T I SCHOOL BOOKS. 1 1 The plaee to buy your school books cheap is Also Bcholar'a Companions, Hook Hirers. School llagi, Tablet, eto. Hverylhlnir and RiiylhlnK required lu school. Hlates, iwnallH, eta, sold re tail uurt Arholwale, Books Suitable for East and West MahanoyTwp. Don't Xorget the place U you wish to save money. JsL. MELLET; , CHAS. T, (IICE'S OLD STAND. 22 East Centra St., Shenandoah. REGION 'ROUND. A Budget of Interesting Artlolos on all Topics. Tile Ashland Htilcl. at Ashland, Wiis partially destioyed by lire- at 3 o'clock' yeaterduy morning. Hie prohipt afslstnuce of the lire depart ment saved the building from eutire destruction. The loss will reach sov eral ' thousand dollars. The lire started In a room on the second story from nu unknown cause. Mrs. .Tiilni Davis, of Coles, who was brntnllv heal en bv her husband, is still alive, notwithstanding reports lo the contrary. John Morris, of Glrardvllle. disap peared from ills homo Friday, and slpco then his whereabouts are un known. He is about 45 years oiu, is HvM fpi.l. iiImh tncliM in helirht. wns Qlad In blue drilling, wore a winter cap and has a heavy moustacne. ' ills bruin is hIU'IiIIv ailVcted and ho is subject to fits. He Is a brother of uom anil iron isupennieuueui, jjhviu Morris, of Mlnersville. The Lehigh Coal Company ban ef fected nu exebamre with the Phlladel- iililu ami U'ndhiLr Coal and Iron Corn- pony of a tract of land near Middle (jreeK ror a strip oi innu in uie vleinltv of Ulnckwood. This will en able the former company to work tho Ulackwood obcnlngs to the Dundas workings and will give the latter ac ceFsat Middle Creek to all the top veins above the Primrose. Tn niHtiol Oolds. Ileadttchos and Fovors. to clcanso the vftnm nllectuallv. vet eontlv. when cos tivo or bilious, or whon tho blood is impuro or eluggiih, to permsnontly euro hauiiuai constipation, to awakon tho kidneys and livor to a hoaltby activity, without irrita- tincor wtakenincthem, mo Syrup of iks Indians at Hurko's opora houso, Frnck. villo, this ovening. 9-21-tf Obituary . Mrs. Fctzor, mothor of Dr. S. 11. E'lUer, of town, dlod nt hor homo in Mahanoy Piano yesterday, of dropsy. Tako your carpot rags to O. D. Fricko's j carpet storo and havo them made into a flrst-class carpet. 9-18-tf Held for Assault, ltohort lloRors has boon placed under $1,000 b ill for trial on o chargo of ass'ault and battery mado by William Fishburn. Four tintypes for 25 cents, at Dabb's. tf A Pretty Good "Humbug." "The Blaine reciprocity humbug Is the expression," sayfi tho New "iork Tribune, "by which tho Democratic stute convention undertakes to dispose of international relations that will in crease the export sales of the American people not less than $30,000,000 next year." Gorimm Is Pretty Cute. When Chauncey Black asked Senator Gorman to accompany him to the free trade hippodrome to the western states the latter replied. "No. thank you; I haven't reached the prize ox Btage of politloal existence." The Soap for Hard Water is Lenox. Lambert, The Hatter, Carries an extraordinary line ot Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods and makes a spcclulty ot Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps. e EAST OENTKH ST. G. M. HAMILTON, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Omoe-28 West Lloyd Street, Shenandoah l'a. -BXJSr - AT DRESS GOODS, BLANKETS and CARPETS JNO. B. PRICE'S SONS "Common Sense" SHOE STORE, 110 South tfam St, Shenandoah. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ! S. L. BROWN. Grand Opening ! TA1A. AND WIN. THU STYLES OF .MILLINERY ELLAM.'M,GINNISS' -No. 26 East Centra. St., Shenandoah, Pa. The finest and largest assortment In tints, Bonnets and Caps nt re markably low prlcei. Our line of Chlldion's TMUMED AND UN TRIMMED HATS Cannot loo IXScj.'u.fillocl.. FOR RENT. STORE-ROOM AMELUIG Cor. Jardin and Lloyd Sts. The uuderslened oilers the1 store-room and dwelling, Mtnuio at the northweit corner of Jardin and Lloyd streets, for rent. Possession given immediately, u ne siore-room nas ro ceully oepn papered and painted, and Isaite- sirame location ior most any Kina 01 dusiucs-. 11 so uesirea, 1111 sioie-room can ue rcnieu wiinout tlio dwelling. For further particulars apply to THOMAS 11. DAVIK3, 10-lO tf Cor, Jafdln and Lloyd Streets, .ZFOZR S.ALE. I hereby give notice that I will fell at 'public sale an my nousenoia gooas. conkisi lng of the following goods: Parlor Suit. Bedroom Sets, Chairs CARPETS, TABLES, and nil such goods bh are found In a well ftirnlflicd house. The above gcods mint be toia ui once. MRS. JACOB HENTZ. ta, Soon and Restaurant ! Newly Painted, Papered and Recovated. No. XI5 JJAHT CKNTIII3 HTRGET, Throe doors above Kendrlck House, BENJAMIN HASKEY, Proprietor. Mr. Haskey would Iii'orm his many friends and the publlo that he will cater lo their wants In the some nrsi-class style that he has done In the past. None but the best brands of for elgn'and' domestic wines, llqnors'and cigars will be kept In slock. Choice temperunce drinks. Kfnn old slock ale The eating bar is supplied with everything hi the e&tln line served In the best style. Meals served at ell hours. Fine private rooms attached. ' ' HEADQUARTERS FOR Fish, Pysters, Fruits, VEGETABLES, &c. FRESH GOODS. EVERY , DAY. IRICKS 9IODGRATC. Would solicit part of the patronage of the publlo, COAKLEY BROS., Knight's Old Htind. ClIWiVTlft IK PI Cor. Centre andWhlte Htxu"i'ArtUblli) 1 A. SOHEIDER'S BAKERY, SO Jltitt Centre Street, BllEXsUmOAU, Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream and Confectionery! -OF ALL KINDS,- "YOUR - - WANTS. &o. FOR SALE Old bottles, suitable foi bottling catsup, 4c.; can be had verj'ohcap at 1, A. Hcilly's liquor sto' 0. g 20-tf FOR RENT. Three rooms, sttttable for club rnnm. nfllpo eii rioa at,,1 .1, flxtureB. )w boiler J"tput In. Apply to Levt Kofo " Uothler. b. Main St. UMf WANTED, A girl for general llOURewor. flood nrnfrpa nnM. Annlr at llKUALD office. 01U ti DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR Bale. One Of the most deslmhln tirnnwr. ties on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable terms. Apply at llowse's grocery More, cor- uur jaruju ana unu sirceis. snenanooan, ra TYPE WRITING. A young lady, a gradual", wnts work at type writing. utl at UEltALT) ufllce. or address llJ!nAi.n Shenandoah, l'a, 8 Mf FARMS FOR SALE. Areyou look ing lor a rarm? If so call on or write to .1. J. Keuler. Frackvillo. Pa., as In whern thev are located nnd for terms. &22-tf FOR SALE. A beautiful double rod Iron fence, suitable for fenclne pome. terylols.or frgato3 mound wt-lltniis. In qufro of I'resbytcrlon church trnslces. 0 ! tf FOR SALE. -A nice 28 acre farrrf lor sale, htx miles from Hheuandoali. UeautlfuUy situated on n publlo road (Joort dwelling. Good barn. Fruit trees begtnulng W bear. All young. Hplendld stream nt water running through the the land. This Is a good cnance for rt man who wants a small firm. Inquire of Jn nes O. Iluttou, post otlice bnlldlcg, room 0. 9-9 tf DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER ship. NoUcp Is hereby given that, the Arm of laudir & Hooks heretofore exl-tln? nud doing business In the .borough of Shon audoah has been this day dissolved. Mr. B. i Ldiuuig. mo senior momuer or me arm, retiring. ThebnineKS wl 1 hereafter be con ducted by F.W. Hooks nnd Richard L.Iirown. composing the firm of Hooks A Hrown, who assume nil obligations of the old firm aDd to whom all bills duo that firm should be paid. F. W. Hooks IUcriAitD I,. Bbown. Shenandoah, Fa., Sept. 11,- 1S91. l'O-W'lW AMUSEMENTS. JJIIJIT.GUHON'M THEATRE. V. X. rSnOCSON, JtANAOEU. THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, '91 The evening songsttr comed'an and dancer, - T03Sr-2- FABBBIjL In his latest success, ' )( t "MY COLLEEN" By James A. Heme, author of Hearts ot Oak, etc, supported by his own company of excellent players. Including the charming vocalist nud dan cer, JE.SN IK I.EL.NI). A Great Comedian, A Sweet Singer', An excellent company, a pure play, and magnificent scenic ellccts. A NTIQUlTYcah betolerated In almost any thing bulhnis. If the head Is out of date the rest of the body Is pretty sure to follow suit. Nobody but a millionaire or a genius can a fiord to wear ancient headgear, and even thf y take a good many chances when they do It, It will cost you no more to bo up with tho tlmes.tban It will to be hulfamlle behind them. Everything about our 81.60 hat Is hand some but tho price, and Sf.60 for such a hat can scarcely be called anything but a ridiculously low figure. The same can be said of our 23c neckwear. Our line of gents' furnishing goods is the lowest priced la the market. II SJrtiSl. SGANLAN- LEATHER and SHOE FINDINGS DP- J. CLBARY, Dealer In all kinds of Shoemakers' : Supplies ! Large and first-class stock. All Demands of the Trade Suppliea 18 W. CENTRE ST., Ferguson Housebuilding, SHENANDOAH. PA. Thfi nhnnnnst. Plnnn ! TO HUY Reduction 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 kinds, which are oftered regardless of cost to clean out. . J. .PRICE'S Old Reliable Stand, 113 North Main Streot, Shenandoah, Pa. HO ! FOR THE TO BIS JOLJELJD AT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, '91 gkr.a.:t:d EXOTJsionsr 1 UNDER THE SHENANDOAH TRIBE, NO, 155, Train will leave Shenandoah at 6.62 Tickets for the Round Trip, 1.75. 1 j.i i Tickets may be hail of members of morning of the excursion. Shenandoah .Business College I f -AND- SHORTHAND SCHOOL, R0BBNS' Of ERA HOUSE 'BUILDING NORTH M!AIN STEEET, SHENANDOAH, Fall Term Begins -Monday, August Slst, 189j& 1 W. J. SOULY, President. DO YOU WANT A GOOD FIT ? and well made, fahlonable cfothes? ir bo, call on W. J". JACOBS, i ' ... Fashionable Custom Tailor, 8 South Jardin Street, Shenandoah. Call and ee? samples of the latest goods aud the styles. Good workmanship, promptness unu iair prices. CHAS. STETLER, Tonsorial Artist ! (Towusend's old stun J,) main St., Sliciimidonli, Parties desiring a flrV class shave, sharapco itr uiur cuv fruouiu can niroy dcw snop. wmcn imi u,cu rcuueuuuu moruugujy rnovaiea. Bpeclal attention Is given to ladles' liiUr cuulnL'. A. cordial Invitation Is extended to my old patrons and the public In general to cull and ecu me m. my new quarters. Newly Relitted and Renovated. Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing I SllAMroOJNO, ETC., BY E. G. J. WADLINGER, Under 1'os'ofllce Iluliaiuif, Main nnd Oak Sts., Shenandoah. Ja-IIot and cold baths, I'olltfl, prompt and M.IVIUI MI.DUUUUl -ao to- T'JST PRICE. STATE FAIR ! I BETIUjEIIJEM, AUSPICES OP IMPROVED ORDER OE RED MEM i a. ni., via Lehigh Valley Rnllroail. , tho order and'at iho station on tho To the general public the Clothiers' advertisements aro ap.t to be "chestnuts," There fore :We vill be as brief as pos sible. Our FALL OPENING DIS PLAY' of choice and natty M Suits. .and Overcoats for Men, Uoys nnd Uhildren occurs tins week. The attractive price seem to add to its beauties. A. C. Yates & Co. KOW ONLY Cor. 13th & Chestnut Sts. PHILADELPHIA. IlcBt'tiinclc Clotliliij; lu Plillndeliihln. GET THE BEST. The "NEW BROADWAY" BADGE Is the bt raiuee In the markrt. ihe vr.M will Jut suit. TbcfnlluwUiKIJiuUiiii'y TIN ROOFING, SFOUTlh C, HOOF PAINTING Xatiai taunt ur STOVE IT1.3SI1.2:XIM, JuwtaateML ItMSlufW m.))ilmtl '!,,.,,,, ,,,1. l'J PETER CECCHINI & BRO.'S, lit KAHT OKNTHB JW., For Fine Pears aod Bui Csliikak Oiwl J1U8T CULUIIY IN TO'if. Gents' Furnisliing Goods, Ilosierj', Etc, 18 AT OHAELES : YAROWSKY'S, 23 West Centre HU, Bhonundoan. 1L PliATJ', S3IS. JifOM Sf ihtiMikt,