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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 27 June 1891

Lhe VOL. TI.-NO. 165. SHBNAiTOOAH, PA., SATUBDAY. JUNTO 27. 1891. OUE CENT. I THE rSUBEST BO AD . TO WEALTH IS TfLBOUGH LIBERAL ADVERTISING-! 'A 4 9 m r- THE RE-DIVISION. The report of the viewers on the rc dlvislon of the town bus been Med with the Court tit Pottsvlllo und con firmed. Of course considerable dis satisfaction exists not because the town has been re divided, as that was an absolute necessity, but because of the boundary Hues selected for the now wards. All the maps submitted to the viewers were Ignored and they evidently fixed upon their report In a spirit of compromise with a view to making the result as nearly satisfac tory to all as they possibly could. It is to this alone that the parties inter ested have to look for consolation . The maps submitted to the viewers by the petitioners for the re-dlvlslon was, notwithstanding tbo claims of the opposition, based upon Hues as equitable as any that would possibly 1)3 drawn; yet the viewers saw fit to ignore it and adopt...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 27 June 1891

The Evening Herald, PUBLISHED DAILY AND WKEKliY. 1, 0. BOYEtt, Editor and PnoUshor, W. J. WATSIHS, Local Edltoi. subscription rates: DAILT, per year, .,.............. WkiVi per year, a ,n o Entered at the Voitoffloe, at Hhenandoah, Pa ror transmission luniunu ir nwi" MMcondoltun mall mutter. roniirwiKi) daily and wkekly. i. Onlliarv Brnrlnoer Pookot Book The Colliery Knginoor Co., Seranton 15.. Publishers. Tlil is ii convenient vol xno of over 400 panes printed on flnnpape with clar new typo, thus enabling th uubl'Hhers to furnish a vast nmount ol matter in handy shape. Thi book has been especially prepare. for the use of oolliery officials and minen who have Ions left tho want of a oonvonlen and simple reference book, containing rulei Mid tables specially adapted to their use It is a text-book for the nrlner who! studying the principles of ventilation, mln Incr, etc., and the most convenient pocket book for the mininfj enRino'T, euponnten dent, or other colliery officials. It was n...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 27 June 1891

ATWOOD LOCKED UP Ho Is iNbr fho iriisMml of tlio Dnad Woman at Tarry town. jT -i flV. Coloqel of tlje Foupfeg -MR gtory of th.e Late VaivH Wolff'sAGMEBIacking highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S Gov't Report, Aug. ry, 1889. T i IB WATERPROf) A tiANbSOMe POLISH. )6hoi be Shoes can . IfftMlM UimmI bf ram, women and children. THE- V2J i 'Presents in the mnst Klmrml Airst. THE LAXATIVE and NUTRltf 0U6 JUICE OPTMO ' FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, 1 Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to flip hitman system, forming an agreeable .inu enccuve laxative t peritta inciitly cure Habitual Constt "pation, and the many ills de pending on a weak ur inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND DOWELS. It is the ma-1 Cxi c)lut renieily known to When one t Htliitie or Constipated so i r PURL BLOOD, REFREBHINO SLEEP, HEALTH n ml OTrtENQTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ask Youn onuncsT ran s-srEfcrr 03r" aliens MANUFACTURED ONLY OY ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 27 June 1891

S'Ott- Picnics and Outings! Severn, tho Gvocor, is head quarters f )r line Chncsc, Fruits Anil Voirfitnhlos.Oiinncd Meats, day. A ho (truck at a ball It -O 1 ......i. i .. . , , I 11)6 r'AV anu BliUCK Ills nose, JL'icltios, Urackors, u.ikcs, con densed Milk, etc. 1 suitable for picnics and excursions. Now supply sliced Summer Sauago wimimio prl- Postponod Mooting;. Tho tlmo for tho holditift of tho moetltiK of tho llHliublicHn Ksocullvn Uommllteo Ins boor. postponed from noxt Monday un til Monday, Julj Oth. Noso Brokon. Wil inn Uvan. of Delano, had hi) noso brokon while practicing at baioballyostor- and along WANTS. &o. Murdered lilt Nelclibor. WiistlNOTON, Del,, Juno 37. A neigh bors' feud cnuen in murder bore last "7nji SATYR A voiinir hum,. An night. The victim I Jam. Mclltie.my JU Jj,.iLind&ffi -liV nnu tne muruercr is wiiiiam o. uunsctn, n grocer. The two men quarrelled over a building line, in uio mum or tne (im pute Diinsetb secured a revolvor nnu fired tlirico at ins...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 29 June 1891

I .1 VOL. VI.--NO. 16G. SHEKASTDOAH, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 29. 1891. ONE CENT. I IPT-Tl ,QTT"PTT!ftrP PH A "H TO WTH A T rPT-T T.Q rpT-TDnTmrr t T-n-m-n. a t a nTr-om-r.-. . i w -i-J-'-i-iia-iUiAia XA.JU' V JJJlAXJLOJLN JT I f i A A SQUARE DEAL. While tho viewers, In making a re- dlvislon or tne bnruueu. win not au- vere to any of the maps submitted to luem, mature cousiueraiiou 01 wieir report bIiows that the lines upon (which they agreed are within the bounds of reason. A gentleman who Is well qualified to make the calcula tion fixes the number of voles lu the (respective new wards as follows : First, 20i) ; Becond, 250 ; Third, 240 ; Fourth, 200; Fifth, 220; Sixth, 250 ; Seventh, 2-50 ; Eighth, 240; Ninth, 220. This Is certainly a very fair answer to tthe prayer of the petitioners for a di vision upon the ground that the old .wards were overcrowded. ! When thoso who submitted tho jmnp opposing the views of tho peti tioners they could not state, or give lany idea of tho number of vote...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 29 June 1891

Eg Evening Herald. TUI1MHI1KI) DAILY, SUNDAY KXCKITUI) 11. C. UOYVH, Jlilllnr unit rtilUher. lr.U. J. JIM TICt X.I, Loral Mtioi: ALL THE NEWS FOR ONE CENT J7ie 1SVKN1XU HKKAl.l) hat a lurarr elr dilation in Mirnnndoah than any other jHijur JtublUhed, lk fen to all. SUBSCRIPTION BATES '. Daily, oer year, . t' 0 Wkkkm, per year, 1 ft Kntered iium I'.muille, AlrluenJi ldimli, i'r. (or transmission through the mlw un.i class mill tttaltr. HORRIBLE DISCOVERY. Thirty &ltilttnii I'ntllid In mi Ion Hotun In Chlcnau. CiiiOAOo. Juno 20. Thirty skoletons Trcro found In an old loe house at tl enrnor uf Archoi- avenue mid Hougl: pi ICC. For several days numeroui complaints have been mndo to the health office and to tho Decrlng street police by rosldonts in the vicinity or Archer avenue nun Hough plucu, who attHorted u nulsntico ol most aggravated form untile life almost iiiienduriible. Investigation was made liy both depart uants, but without lo cating the trouble. Yesterday the mystery was ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 29 June 1891

;, Y Shenandoah Is Iho head contra of thu Schuylkill coal region, thirteen miles from the county feat. It In nn the line of the Philadelphia and Heading, Pennsylvania and I, chilli Valley railroads, thus ofliTlng excellent faullltles for travel. Not quite i hours rldefrom tlieclty ofPuilailelpliia f tNci.rniNO (XnlltuillH (, HoroURhSJ It possesses the greatest In ducements for the locntlou of factories, mills, &.o. .Ex cellent wnler supply, fuel plen tiful mid cheaper tluui .any where eUo Educational ad vantage uufiuri-aed. Puto nlr, pure water, electric Unfits, &!., &a. TWO YOUNG CRIMINALS. Thoj- Uavn Itiibbott Over ne IIlltlrl Stores mul Offices. New OnLEASS, June !i9. An exciting criminal career was tcinporntlly sus tended by tlio eentenre to a term In tliu Parish Trlson of Willie Martin and Ed ward DUey. The first Is 17 years of ago ind Is from I'arkvillc, Mo. Ulxoy Is 21 and Is from England. About two years ago both youths were studying for the ministry in a tbeolog...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 29 June 1891

I Tv -FOB- , , - a ricnics etna Uutnosf Severn, the Grocor, is head quarters for lino Cheese, Fruits and Vegctnblcs,Canncd Meats, Pickles, Craekors, Cakes, Con densed Milk, etc., suitable for picnics and excursions. Now supply sliced Summer Sausage All new and fresh goods. Cor. Centre and White Streets. The Evening Herald. ami Tin: nkws rou onk cunt. IIasttlrKeirlrouliilinn In Hhenundoih tbnn any niner paperpuniRiiid. Clrcn. litlon hfokt4 fvpt-n lu nil. LOOA1. LUNOHBON. Ilorvett hit begun. Phail sens n I ovor. .MoMilitiieii are iiboiit. Jnno U on tlio homo slri-lcli. No publo lth of July demonstration in Shenandoah this year. Our people lic.uld nt lenut linnj? out tlie &Kt on Independence Day. It is pomlhlo fur n young man lo bo in the flower of youth nd yet bo awfully "seedy." l'eeplo aro taking advantnira of cheap sujrar this year and aro canning and pro eorvinir morn fruit than lias been tho cus tom fi.r niHhy year. Nnxtyear will bo leap year, and wo suppoie that llio irirla ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 30 June 1891

VOL. VI.--NO. 1G7. SHEXAISTDOAILPA.. TUESDAY, JUNE 30. 1891. 0STE CENT. THE SUREST BO AD TO WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBERAL ADVERTISING-! I i GET THERE, SENATOR. If Senator Moniiglnui will usa his Inllueuce Shenandoah can have a military company. I'ottsvillo, with less population, has two companies and u tender. St. Clair, Tauinqua, Glrardvltle and Mahauoy City, emaller towns, have one eash. Surely there is at) sufficient and as good material here as In other towns In the county . lor such a company and why should ' wo be left In the cold? I Shenandoah, at' ono time, had pride ,in the llneat, best drilled and largest company in the gallant Seventh regiment. That company was dis banded through the dirty work of a few disappointed and disgruntled men. Shenandoah was insulted, a reliable company was disbanded, and ono of the best-hearted and noble olUcerain the service wa9 driven to his death, Colonel Alexander Cald well, as bravo and valiant a soldier as ever wore shoulder straps, felt the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 30 June 1891

Eve nin g H e r aid J cXe o rfl., rut PUIIUSIIKI) DAILY, SUNDAY BXCI41TKD IT. C. JHtrnil, lliillor and Z'ubtMirr. IVM, ,T. WATK1X8, Laeitl 1'Mlnr. (Colliery Engineer Pockot book Colliery Engineer uo ecranion ubllshers. Tills is a convcniont vol mo of ovor 400 pages prinlod on tn- jmpoi with clear new typo, thus enabling tb' publishers to furnish a vast amount eii mnttcr in handy shape. This book Iih3 been especially propane AM TMFNrWS FOR ON ECENT lffi8 - , 1 who navo lonjc mil tue wnnvui m.-unvm,im,. Thr RVKXIXO lIF.lt A LI) has "Weather Indications; WABittNOTON, June 30. For New England, Eastern Now York, Eastern Pennsylvania, NcwJorsny and Delaware: Occasional light bowers; warmer; southerly winds. For Western Now York and Western Penn sylvania-. Showers; stationary temperature! westerly winds! coolor and fair Wednesday, a larger ctr-' a'"1 ilmplo referonco book, conlainltiK rule evtalion in .WicnuiirtwtA tnun any other paper jpahHuhril, Jloalu i.pen to att. and tables specially ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 30 June 1891

SHENANDOAH Is the liend ccutro of tbo Schuylkill coal rcRlon, thirteen miles from the county Boat. It Is nn tho lino of the I'hllntlrlphtn mid Reading) Pennsylvatilantid Lehigh Vulley railroads, thu olteriiiK excellent fuuilltles for travel, Not quite i hours ridefroni theclty ofl'lilliicleljihln POPULATIONS S30,000 It finsscsBea the greatest In dui'ements for the location of factories, mills, &u. Kx cellent water supply, fuel plen tiful niul chenper than any where cleo Kdiicatlonal ad vantagei uiisurpu3sed. Pure air, aire water, electric llilits, So., Ac. The Missing TCngllstiliuin Fotlntl New Yohk, June 80. Clmrlos Wnrnor, of DovoiiBhire, Englautl, wlio was report til missing with $10,000 which he whs known to linvelu his possession, and who was believed to have met with foul play, has been found His dls .ppearnnoe turns out to tio no more than tho usual consequence of a stranger lauding in n strange city In Ignorance of the where abouts of Ills relatives. Starr Ilruso ltoluse...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 30 June 1891

Picnics and Outings! Sovern, tho Grocer, is hoad quartora lor fine Cheese, Fruits ami Vogotables.Cauncd Meats, Tickles, Crftckors, Cakes, Con densed Milk, ok., suitable for picnics and excursions. Now supply sliced Summer Sulfate All new and fresh goods. SBYBBW'S, Cor. Centre and Whito Streets. The Evening Herald. all Tin: ni:vs wit onk cunt. Has a larger circulation In Shenandoah Ihnn (tny other pjper published, uircti. l itlon book pui to nil. LOCAL LUNCHEON. Air your cellars. The rnndl are (rood. Half of the year ii almost Rons, llipo peaches from tho South nre appear ing t horry sherbet is a nsw riifrwher for a thirsty dHy. Somo people like to blame others for their own mean tricks. The Pennsylvania Q. A. It. inon will oncanip at Willismsport, l'a , on July 11 to 18 Lime, carbolic acid and othor dlsinf c lants should bo triquenlly and liberally used at this sermon.- Its Excollont QualltloQ Common J to publiu approval tho California liquid fruit remedy Si rup of Kirs. It is pleas...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 1 July 1891

SHEN" AKD O ATI, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1. 1891. OXE CENT. THE SUREST EOAD TO WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBERAL ADVERTISING! VOL. VI.--NO. ICS. DIRTY WORK AGAIN. The annual crop of slanderous on slaught upon Senator Quay la now nnnn tha market. A twiiif of weak- minded soroUeads opened the market in Philadelphia yesterday by throw ing broadcast a vile, vindictive docu ment that is a disgrace to the signers. The approach of the att-Ack was heralded throughout the country for several days pist and the pe'iplo were notified to be prepared for "a political sensation of the first magnitude." As sensation boomers the authors of that excellent sample of vituperative rhetoric are complete failures. The document is uu insult to tho intel ligent voters of the country. It is a fraud built upon a combination of base lies aud no intelligent man who reads it can hereafter entertain any respect for the men who have signed it. "It Is signed by one hundred and fifty Ilepublicans" says a short-sighted contempo...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 1 July 1891

fl Evening Herald. PUIILISIIKD DAILY, SUNDAY HXCfUTKD 31. C. BOYISH, Itilttor ami J'Hhlliilier. IC.ir. .. Ul TKIXS, tMeal IMUor. ALL TH C NEWS FOR ONI CENT TVwKt'A'.V.VO HUHAUIhata larger cir culation in Nhrnamlnah ttinn any other pnpur yublifhed, Roakt t.en to all. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: TiAii.r. jr Tear W WKMti,r, rr year - 1 i F.ntertd t th jPhu)1I', at tlhenaudiRb, i' iort.raura'i.m iliroaghtbe mslis i wvonrt oluw mnll matter. BASEBALL SCORES. Ili (MMIt ami Itruofclyn' Win In Tn- InnliiR f:untt AT m00XLM. Brooklyn, 0 0 0 0 Ilotton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8- 4 0- llnttorles-lleiiimiag and Duly; Btaloy ana umisei, AT PmiJVDEU'UIA. Philadelphia .....0 O1001O00 0-S. Now York 2 00000000 l-B Butteries-Thorton ond Clement; Busts and liiiukloy AT CINCINNATI. Cincinnati Cleveland ..0 0300100 1-4 ,.0 0080000 1- liuttertw- ItadboiirtM) ami Clark; Younirand zuiitner. AT CHICAGO. flhlcmm fl 00009 0 0 0-2 Pittsburg- 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 Ox-8 Uatterlo fitclu and Bowman; King and Mauk. Tim National I,eiticue...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 1 July 1891

1 SHENANDOAH Is the head centre of the Soliuvlklll coal rcRion, thirteen miles fioni the county seat. It Is on the line of the Phllndelphla arid Read I n g, Pc n n By 1 van 1 it m i tl Lehigh Valley railrrmdM, thus ollrrlng excellent facilities for travel. Not quite 4 hnui-M rldefrom iheoity of Philttdelnhla P0PyLSIlFHS30,000 It posBeaoes (lie greatest Iti duceirientB for the location of ftectorUa, mills, &e. l'x cellent. wiiter supply, fuel plen tiful mid cheaper thnu any where elpo Educational ad vantages utisurpawcd. Pure air, pure water, electric Halite, &&, Ac. The Hudson XEIvcr Tunnel. fi New Yohk, July 1. Tho stookltotd orsofthe Hudson River Tunnel Com pany have decided to issue bonds to tho -amount of 86,000,000 In ilenomlnntioas of $1,000 for the purpose of retiring out standing mortgages -and for tho comple tion of tho work. ArelibUbop Tacllo Dying. Winnipeg, Alan., July 1. Archbishop Tailio, who for two decades has beon the luiad of tho Roman Catholic church I...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 1 July 1891

-i'a Picnics and Outings! Severn, tho Grocer, is head quarters for fine Cheese, Fruits and Vegetablos,Canned Meats, Pickles, Crackers, Cakes, Con densed Milk, etc., suitable for picnics mid excursions. New supply sliced Summer Sausage All new and fresh goods. Entltlod to tho Boat. All nru entl'led to tliu beat lht thoir money will buy, o overy family flioutd Imvo, nt onco, ft bottlo of tlio bot family n-tmdy, Syrup of Fig', to cleanfo tho sy torn wlu-n costive or tili u. Forfialoin 60e and ?1 00 bottloa by all loading druj?-KlU. More Jurors. Tho followlnR additional juron from Shenandoah havo been drawn to lervo for Soptembtsr and Ooiobor : Thomas Marieoll, William J. M rgan. William Krick, Daniel Railey, Kltnor Wailoy. V. J. Mul hollHnd, James Grant, Goorjjo U. Heck- man, Ttiomns Dove, IIowoll Samuels, Delegates Elootod. .1. H. Kurtznnd Daniel Hloharda will re' presont Washington Camp, No. 183, at tho Stato Camp of tho 1. 0. S. of A., to bo held at Gettysburg in August. H. K. Cor. ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 2 July 1891

VOL. YI.-M-Q. 169. SHBKASTPOAH. FA.. ITHJUSDAY. JULY 2. 1S01. OENT ' THE STTBEST BO AD TO WEALTH 16 TI-1BOTJQH LLBEBAL ADVERTISING-I V 3i !Ae 7!cjn6IIi Electors of Vennsylv nlar After consultation and correspondence with the members of the Republican Mate Committee, and by their direction, I hereby give notice that the Republican) of Pennsylvania, by their duty chosen representatives, will meet in Mate Con vention at Jlarrisburg, Wednesday, August 19, 1891, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of plac ing in nomination candidates for the offices of State Treasurer and Auditor General, o? the nomination of eighteen candidates for Delegates-at-Large to the Constitutional Convention pro vldedfor in the Act of Assembly approved June 19, 1891, and for the transaction of such other business as may be presented, Notice is especially directed to the fact that, (n accordance with the provisions of the last men tioned act, each Senatorial district is entitled to n representation of three dele...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 2 July 1891

Evening Herald. rUJUilSHKt) DAILY, SUNDAY liXCHlTKD IT. C. NOV lilt, lMltor mill J'liMfsJier. ir-ir. .r. iim nays, r.omi ;.. AL.LTHE.NEWS FOR ONE CENT 11m MrKDU.Va 11KUA hi) hut tmroer cir- cuiaHo in Shenandoah than any other jmper puhUthed, Bookt rprii In all. SUBSCRIPTION rates: DAii.T,per year, AVasKiiT, per year, 0!' ..... 1 Sf 12nlml t the Voetotttee, atBnensmdoah, Pa for transmission through toe inula v nrmanA elaw mail matter. I BASEBALL SCORES. Ghlceuco Only I'mir Polnta lehlnd tin .nilni-. AT BROOKLYN. Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 JltMton O.a 0 110 1 Batteries -Carrutliors anit flallyi ami Moouott. at rrm.Anm.rniA. o o 0 0- t Nlcholi f'hlladelplila 1 18000000-j XI nw rorK u v x v v w " Batterlcs-Oleaaon and CloraenU; Wolch nd AT CiaUliTNATI. rUnnlnnnH 1 O 0 1 0 0 0 8 04 I'ltUburg 1 0001130 x-C IMttarlcia-ltiiteliliMOh and KIMrldgo; amboi and Zlmmer. AT CT10AO0. IThtrawn ft (1 (1 n 1 4 0 0 1 Clatelaiid 0 0030000 0-! llatterloa-Miillune and llnrrlngton, I laid win Xho National Lval...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 2 July 1891

aN SHENANDOAH Is Hie headiccutro of tho Schuylkill coal region, thirteen miles from the county scat. It is on the line of the Philadelphia and ltcadlng,Pennsylvuiilaiud Lehigh Valley rHllrnnds, thus ottering exoellent facilities for travel. Not quite 4 hours ride from thecity ofPhllndelphln roruuiiesao.ooo It possesses the greatest In (luceirienta for tilt) location of faotork, mills, Ac. Ex cellent water supply, fuel plen tiful and cheaper than any where el;o EiluentloniU ad vantages uiiburpaftied. Pure air, pure water, electric lights, Ac., Ac. Copyright lrnelaiiiMtlnn. Washisotov, July 8. A ilroolnmatlon has been Isntocl-by the 1'i-esiiU'nt granting copyriljlit privileges In tlie United Status to cltiisans and subjects of France, Bel gium, Grt'Ht Britain and Sivitserlnuil. Klvctloii Ofllrers Convicted. JEMifY City, July 3. Thomas Trottor, Joseph UuakrUlgc, Hai ry Speers nnd Os car Friedbourxh, the election oilloers in the Third Precinct, First District, woro convicted on an indic...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 2 July 1891

l'Ott- Picnics and Outings! Severn, the Grocer, is head quarters for fine Cheese, Fruit? and Vcgotablcs,Cunned Meats, Picklos, Crackers, Cakes, Con densed Milk, etc., suitable for picnics and excursions. New supply sliced Summer Sausage All new and fresh goods. Cor. Contre and Whito Streets. The Evening Herald. AIiIi TIU5 KHWS FOll ONK CUNT. Glvo Us a Joint Parade, Koproeentallons from nit societies inter ested in a joint parado mi July -Itu will meol In tho A. T. A. H. h.ill, on Chestnut street, Thursday ovculng at 7:80 o'clock. COMMITTKK. Juno 80, 1801. voilllir hiit-an. iiy in uiuuig stationary storo, 4th of July Musical Troat. Willlo Kouorick, eornetlst of tlio U. S, .Mutino Hand, la expected homo for llio Fourth of July. Also, sonti rental and comic vochIUis will apposr, supported by C"tidrlck'e orchostra, which will play nil tlio latest find moit fashionable muilc diirlnK tlio day and ovenintf, at tho Ken drick Houto. 7 2-'A Notlco to Olorgymon. In ordor to jrivo tho omployos ...

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