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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 3 July 1891

i VOL. VI.-2STO. 130. CONVENTION CALL. 2 rie JJj)iI6iO(in Electors of Pennsylv mtai After consultation and correfpondence i(fi the members of the Republican Stale Committee, and by their direction, I hereby give notice that the Republicans of l'ennsijh'anta, by their duly chosen representatives, will meet in Stale Con vetUlon at flarrls&itg, Wednesday, August 19, 1891, n iQo'clock A. M for tf!i purpose of plac ing in nomination candMales for the oflots of State Tretsursr and Auditor General, for the nomtnatlonof etghteencandtdatesfor Delegates-at-Large to the Constitutional Convention pro vided for in the Act of Assembly approved June 19, 1391, and for the transaction of such other business as may be presented. Notice is especially directed to the fact that, in accordance wlthlhe iroi'ljfcij of the last men tioned act, each Senatorial district is entitled to a representation of three delegates in said Con tlilulional Convention, two of whom only canbe members at the majority par...

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. — 3 July 1891

Evening Herald. I'UHMBHHI) DAILY, SUNDAY UXCiJlTIJD IT. O. JlOYIHl, lltlltor anil l'libllther. lPJf. ,T. WATKIXS, Jiiwal lMltoi: ALL THE NEWS FOR ONE CENT Tht MVBiriMQ 1IKHALV hat u largtrcir- ctilnMon in Shmandmh than any otlrtr paper fivMMittl, lt'inki tjiirn to all. subscription rates: l)AiiY,pef year, WhrkIiY, per yoar,. ,8 0t. ..ISp Knlertd t the I'jatuMM, at HbunMidMh, Pa mr traiwralHlan ihroofhth main u nwwiil oImw mull matter. IN THE METROPOLIS. How the Fourth Is Celebrated on Manhattan Island. O JI K 11 0 W or other I don't tli ink that I shall ever for get tho first Fourth of July I spent in New York. InlTexas, where I had pro viously resided, . i . i -1 : rww . ar . Lilt; uii'iiuuB jPV 'im Fmrtli is cr-lo- MrViitiZl liratcd in pretty much tho sumo ll Now York; but U so mo h o w or other it did not seem to rao to mako so much noise. Texas Is somewhat larger than Manhattan Island. Perhaps that may account for it, Yes, I rejoiced that It was over, but still I was not entirel...

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. — 3 July 1891

HP of I m 1 m I ? I r 1 i a KB I Iv SHENANDOAH Is the head centre of tlio Bcbuylklll boal region, tlilrlccu nillep from tflo county Beat. It Is on tliu lino of the riillmlelplila and ReaiHii(,',P6nnsylvanlaatHl Lehlt;h Valley railroads, thus otlerlug excellent facilities for travel. Not quite 4 hours rklofroin tli6clty ofPhlludelphlu popuuTiotiHSMOiiioo It poatoagesthe grcutestlh'' (Im-errients for tlie location of factoritR, mills, &o. Ex cellent wnter supply, fuel plen tiful and cheuper than any where eUo Ed neat lonal ad vantages unsurpassed. Pure nlr, pure water, electric liuhtc, &c, &o. Where Ignnrnnco Wiia mien I airs, iirown uo you sco any tun watching that goat anil tlio tomato can? Little Jolmuy Tlioro II bo plenty of lit as soon as tho, cracltur goes off. Judge. Enally Accounted Tor. "Well," remarked the Fourth of July fto tho Qfth, "1 went off all right." "That s because everybody knew you vcro loaded," replied the tilth. Judgo. Wusn't ills Fnult. Brown What d...

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. — 3 July 1891

-I'OIt- Pcnics and Outings! Sovorn, tho Grocor, is head quarters for fino Chccso, Fruits and Vegetables, Canned Meat, Picklo3, Crackers, Cakes, Con: donsed Milk, ok., suitable for picnics and excursions. New supply sliced Suinmor Sausage All new and fresh goods. Cor. Centre and Wliite Streets, The Evening Herald. ali, Tin; ni:ws row oni; cent. Haea larger circulation to Hhenandoali than any other pnpit puMlshtil. Circu lation booh open to nil. LOCAL, LUNCHEON. The days Hre now elioi tuning. Will you go away on Hie Fourth ? The llttlo tuiduot posts are alout. lUipberries are fine and blitakWriai ar coinind. Thoborinro alrtfidy ieltin(f6ffthoil craoirt Before the Fourth. lltare probjbly never km a man who believed he had friends who were in good to him as he to them. The Grant Band will give, a grand con cert at Columbia parlt" to morrow after noon. It will be a treat. Forty-four stars must twinkle from your Asks when you fly them to-morrow Hie glorious Fourth. Any leM number will not...

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. — 6 July 1891

pi r : VOL. VI.--NO. 131. SHENANDOAH. PA.. MOHDAY. JUXT G. 1801. ONE CENT. THE STTKEST ROAD TO WEALTH IS THEOUG-H LIBERAL ADVERTISING v - ' " - " ' "" -I., , . , . t 3B? r CONVENTION CALL. To the Republican Electors of Pennsylvmia! After consultation and correspondence with the members of the Republican State Committee, and by their direction, I hereby give notice that the R'publicans of Pennsylvania, by their duly chosen representatives, wilt meet in mate Con vention at Jtarruourg, it euncsmiy, in. 1801, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose ofplac tag in nomination candidates for the offices o; State Treasurer and Auditor General, for the nomlnationof etghteencandtdales for Delegates aULarge to the Constitutional Convention pro vided for. in the Act of Assembly approvea June In. 1891. and for the transaction of such other business as may be presented. Notice is especially directed to tnefaa inoi, in accordance with the provisions of the last men Senatorial district is entitled to a...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 6 July 1891

Evening Herald. TUIILIHHUU DAILY, SUNDAY HXCHPTED jr. C. liOYKIl, l'Mtnr anil J'nMtuher. irjf. ,T. If J TKINS, Jcnl VMtor. ALL THE NEWS i FOR ONE CENT TheHVKXIXa HEllALDItaiiu larytir cir culation in Nhrnamlonh than tiny other paper jnMUhetl, llnokt open to all. subscription rates: Daily. r yer - H 0 Wkhki.y. per yer, 1 "0 Entered it. thu l'fwtofneo, at Hhonaodonh, Ph. for transmission through the melts w senond class mall mailer. HANNIBAL HAMUN DEAD. Wan Stricken with Henri 1'iilluro -at Ills Chili In llnnKr. IUnooii, Mo., July O.The deepest grief li felt on nil Mile for tholossof l3.nn(tor foremoiit citizen, ex.-Vloe-Prlt1ent Han nibal Hamlin, who wan stricken with henrt f ilnro nootR 0 o'clock Saturday eveuinc while at the Tarrantlne Club, unci tiled Ihreehours later. He was onaaaed In a Knme of Pedro with three of his Intimate frlemiK whon ono of them. Puilo Strlokland, noticed thnt Mr. Hamlin nppeaiort unwell, and askort him if suoh were not thnoase. Mr. Hamlin replied tho-i he...

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. — 6 July 1891

4i ISHENANDOAH the hcnd centre of the Schuylkill coal reglou, thirteen miles from the county seat. It la on the line of the Philadelphia and Readliig,PennB.vlvat)lannd Lehigh Valley rnilrnads, thus olU'rhitf excellent fucllltioa for travel. Not quite 4 hours rldofrom tlieclty ofl'lillmlelhlila MUTIOIPVMIO It possessed the greatest In ducements for the location of fuctorlw, inllla, &o. JEx ceilent water supply, fuel pleu tlful and cheaper than any where elso Educational ad- Dtagoa unsurpassed. Pure ulr, re water, electric lights, &e.t &o. Wlieu tho Governors Meet. Fenwick, Conn., July 0, Among the quests expected nt Fomvlck Hull this son ion) Is Governor Hill of Naw York Stute. "Onfnearly any day durlna the hot uorlod aSvernor Ilukolay, of this State, who owns a handsome cottage not n stone's 4lirpv from the hotel, can bo found en dytng tho cooling broezea that sweep Across tho pftcloun verandas, or chatting Wlfii friends In the rending room. Con necticut noonle aro wonde...

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. — 6 July 1891

-I'OIl- Picnics and Outings! Sovern, tlio Grocer, is head quarters for lino Cheese, Fruits and VcgetablcSjCanncd Meats, Pickles, Crackers, Cakes, Con densed Milk, etc., suitable for picnics and excursions. Now supply sliced Summer Sausage All new ;iml fresh goods. Cor. Centre and White Streets, The Evening Herald AJ.Jj TJI1J NKW8 FOK ONI'. CUNT. Has u larger circulation In Bhenaudoah than ony other paper published. Circu lation books open to all. LOOAL LUNCHEON. A. Uipt riwpborry crop. Tho fl!n nre hero in force. Green applo pin is in order. Tho houeowifu aontlnuoa busy prosorv Here we nre In the second half of 1801. How tho timo flies. The Meat index of a dudo aro largo looso clothes that Hup against his system as ho walks. lho reason somo pooplo "love at first slizht" is because they don't know each other than. Entltlod to tho Bost. All are entitled to tho bost that thoir money will buy, eo every family should haye, at onco, a bottle of tho best family remedy, Syrup of Fiir", to c...

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. — 7 July 1891

1PH VOL. YI.--NO. 132. SHENANDOAH, PA., TUESDAY. JULY 7. 1S91. ONE CENT. THE STIEEST EOAD TO WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBERAL ADVEETISIISTG ' I i i i i J IB i. . WHAT IT DOBS. In oue breath tUo Iowa Democrats profess groat devotion to tuo Interests of the laboring masses and demand free public employment agencies, and in almost the next breath they denounce the greatest employment agency ever created by law, the protective tarlfl system. Remember, what the McKiuley bill does; It raises duties on goods of which we have been Import ing $200,000,000 a year so that wo can make them in this country instead of importing them. It Is building now mills and enlarging old mills in almost very corner of the laud. Themeasure of the opportunity it gives to such mills by providing them with tho home market is tho success with which it keeps out Imported goods. The increased duty on tin plute wont into ellcct July 1. We import $21,000,000 of tiu plate yearly, and the new duty will enable us to make a ver...

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. — 7 July 1891

Evening Herald. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY KXCMTKD jr. c. nuvnn, miir ami rauutiier. H Jf. .. WATKIXS, lwnl milar. ALL THE NEWS FOR ONE CENT Tin KVKXIXa JlKUALtHuua largerclr ciilnHnii in Shenandoah than any other fMfwr uhHhcd, Mookt cjien to all. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ! Datt.y, oer year, Wicicki,Yi pw J" 1 Entered at the Postoftloe, at BhMHaOdofth, Pa. lor transmission through Uie mU w hmwI aim mall mattr. BASEBALL SOOflKS. Ctleevjo Shut Oat Without a liuo by Droaklyn. AT C1J0INWAT1. Cincinnati ...0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 New Tork 0 0 0 .0 0 0 1 0 Dutu-rlM-HaAbournaanA Clarket llile sud. Buckley. AT PITMBVBO. ritthurg 0 Boston 8 ooooiooi-i 100001UO-0 liHWrlM-KltiK and Mock; Nichols and Bt- nrtt. AT CR10AOO. Chicago 0 0000000 0-0 uinnuyn .i 00100000-4. ouitortot- HutohlQiou aud Klttrlatfet Cat-1 rutuvraaaa iisitr. AT CMVBLAHD. Cleveland 0 1 a 0 0 0 0 8 0- PhUwlelpltfn 0 2010000 1-4 Ituitortaa Youog and Zlmmert C aUm audi inmeni. Tlio National League lleoord. fr Perl Tufts, Wan.Vrqt CI NBTYork..8 8...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 7 July 1891

SHENANDOAH Is the bend centre of the Schuylkill coal region, thirteen miles from the county neat. It Is on the line of the Philadelphia ud R(dlug,Pennsylv!nln(ii(l Lehigh Valley railroads, thug oflerlug excellent facilities for travel. Not quite -1 hours ridefromtheclty ofPhlludelphla . P0PMI0NH2E30,(1 It posees the greatest In ducements for the location of factories mills, &o. Ex cellent water supply, fuel plen tiful and cheaper than any where elto Educational ad ay vantages unsurpassed. Pure air, rure water, electric llirbte, &c, &o. The President I f t! a Hunk ofWnverlv. IOrR. HftTfl ! Sill uM r Bitters raved my life. For ten yearn I Kiutertd from Catarrh and l.lver Con-pUlm; 1 UM forty-five pounds end wat-srou-lna; wor- e -r-pirtly. I lind lot all laltli In medicine, but htartng your IllllrrK mo well rtciiniinended, I save them a trial. Mix bottle cured me. tmitn r.'JIurU, wattrly, Iowa. Carpet Mill Jliimcd. Philadelphia. July 7. Fire last cvn log destroyed tlio larg...

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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. — 7 July 1891

-I'OIt- Picnics and Outings Severn, tho Grocer, is head quarters for fino Cheese, Fruits and Vogetables,Canned Meats, Pickles, Crackers, CukoSj Con densed Milk, etc., suitable for picnics and excursions. Now supply sliced Summer Sausage All new and fresh goods. Cor. Contre and Wliito Streets. The Evening Herald. all Tim news Fon oxt: cent. llu a larger elrcnlatton In 8henndoah than any other paper published. Olrou latlon IkioIis open to all. LOCAL LUNCHEON. Trim out the shade troes A bi(t potato crop Is assured. Farmers are rejoicing over an abundant crop of grain. StrooU, alleys and gutters had n thorough wahin(r by the heavy rains. The man who "turns, the tables" takes good euro that his chair remains at the head. f-upid noyer bothers with the tlierraome ti r June and December are all the same to him Entitled to the Best. All are entitled to the best that their money will buy, so every family should have, at onoo, a bottle of the beet family r' tni'dy, Syrup of Vig; W cleanse the ...

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. — 8 July 1891

iir i i' VOL. VI.--NO. 133. SHEKASTDOAH, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 8 1891. ONE CENT. THE STJEEST EOAD TO WEALTH IS THBOUGH LIBEEAL ADVEETISI1TG The Philadelphia Evening Star commenting ou the reforms proposed by tho Republicans who signed tho Quay petition says: The Slar coui jnends these reform movemotits, and fl tendencies towards cbucgo as in Ulcatlve of a bettes day, bo fur as tbey antagonize n wretched system, But let the war over bo ugulnst the system. Nothing will ba (joined by Republican 1 movements becoming kindergartens ' for budding Democrats. There is no real reform in a Republican mutiny which places such a ninn ab Secretary " Harrlty In a position where every Re publican, however earnest tind faithful In hia service to the public, is sent to the guillotine. Governor Fattlsou, honest as ho Is, and who knew every thing about the finances of Philadel phia, nover knew that Bardsley had captured the state money until Mayor Stuart Informed him. And yet I'ntti eou had had three mo...

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. — 8 July 1891

Evening Herald. t. . rUllMBUKU DAILY, SUNDAY HXOBITHD II. C. HOVnil, JilUar ami 1'uMUhrr. II'.V. .7. V'A TKIXH, lAiml 11-lltnr. ALL TH E NEWS FOR ONE CENT The KVHNINO J IIC 11 A I,l hot a larger cir culation in Wiennndoah tlum anu oilier jmwr yublielird, Jlooki vpen to all, subscription rates: Daily, per year - M 00 "VVkkkit, per year 1 So Kntored at th PoatotBee, at Hhonandoab, L'a for transmission through the malts ui second class malt raBtter. THE DISABLED SEIIVIA. Towlul Hack to Ntiw Vnlk mill Prllion (IfcrKo Take Auutlmr Stesrapr. Hew Yohk, July 8. Tlio Cttuard, ato.iuicr Servln, whioh was, disabled on Saturday night arrived 1ire lust night linvinit been towed Into port by the steamship Chester assisted ly mere! tUtfS. Ilia accident Vnppened when the nti inner win about 210 miles east of r-Midy Hook ami consisted In the brealC' ltiK of the orank pin, whioh totally din nbled the enutnes. f he son was calm fit tho time anil 111 Up uneasluesi, was folt among the passenger'. Nearly...

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. — 8 July 1891

SHENANDOAH ' In tho heart centre of the Schuylkill coal region, thirteen miles from the county neat. It Is on tho Hue of tho I'hllniU'lplila anil Head I n g, Pen n ay 1 va u la a u d Lehigh Valley railroads, thus nflrrlug excellent' facilities for travel. Not quite -1 hours ride from theclty of Philadelphia POPULATION -S30,000 It posecsesthe greatest In ducements for the location of factorlfs, mills, &o. Ex cellent water supply, fuel plen tiful and cheaper than any where elfo ISiHientlontil nil- I ...., .1 T)i,i-u nlr Wpure water, electric llt;hts, &c, &c. IVonther Illillenllmu. Washington, July 8. For New Iiiwlrtml and Kastorn New York: Frequent showers; sllghtlr cooler; southerly wind. l'or Now Jersey: Frequent sliowois; slightly cooler, except stationary tomperature on tho coast; southerly wlntls. 1 For Western New York: Frequent showers; stationary tomperature; northerly winds. Presents iu the mo.t elegant form HE LAXATIVE Alio NUTttlTI0U8 JUICE or THE e FIGS OF CALI...

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. — 8 July 1891

Picnics and Outings! Severn, tho Gi'oeor, ishend quartcrs fur lino Chccso, Fruit and Vogct.iblcs,Canncd Meats, Pickles, Crackers, Cakes, Con densed Milk, etc., suitable for picnics and excursions. New- supply sliced Summer Sausage All new and frosli goods. Cor. Centre and White Streets The Evening Herald AI-Jj T1IM KKWS l'OH ONI CUNT. llus a larger circulation In Shenandoah than any other paper published. Circu lation books open to all. LOOAL LUNCHEON. Green apple pies. Hfavy rains last night. Huckleberries are here. Blackberries are ripening. Picnic goodi are in demand. Sunburned faces am appearing. The noise is over and quint reigns. The cresoont of the new moon appears in the west. Macaroni croquettes make as lino a lunch a- goes. A grand Jap-mwo festival on tho tapis for roxt month, Labor Day is the next logal holiday In Pennsylvania. Fourth of July was comparatively free from serious accidents. In a fow wef ks moro tho luscious peach will be putting in its appeanuioe. Entitled ...

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. — 9 July 1891

(T h ix (ftVi it 1 11 tt IS iri Iff S W(.U t 14414, VOL. VI.--KO. 13 1, SHENAISTDOAII, PA., THUBSDAY, JULY 9. 1891. OKE CENT. THE STJBEST BO AD TO-WEALTH IS THBOUGh"155ee,AT, Apm CONVENTION CALL. To the Republican Electors of Pennsylvmta: After consultation and correspondence with the members of the Republican State Committee. ana by their direction, I hereby give notice that . the Republican! of Pennsylvania, by their duly HkcAoten representatives, will meet in State Con Vjfl'toi at ftarrtsburg, Wednesday, August 19, IB'Wl, at lOo'ctock A. if., for the purpose ofplac- " " tng in nomination candidates for the offlees of State Treasurer and Auditor General, for the 111 nomination of eighteen candidates for Delegates-at-Large to the Constitutional Convention pro- flded for In the Act of Assembly approved June 0, 1891, and for the transaction of such other uslness as may be presented, f Notice is especially directed to the fact that, in V ticcordance with the provisions of the last men...

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. — 9 July 1891

Evening Herald. rOllMSIIKI) DAILY, SUNDAY EXCKPTKII jr. C. lloriHt, Jhlllnr iinil J'ubllntier. " ir.ir. .r. it ATKixs, iMctit mitoK. ALL TH E NEWS FOR ONE CENT The. liVKSlNCl JIKllALD Im a titryer cir culation in Mienantloah tlMfi rmy other imptr imllitheit, Jlook) ojien lo all. i SUBSCRIPTION RATESi. lUTT.v.wir Tftur ....18 00 Werki.t. rr year 1 So Entered t the PiMloCHce, at Shenandoah, Pa for transmission through the main as wonii.l elasi mall mUer. DASEBALL SCORES. The (Hants Have Nn Tlnnbloln Defotttlnj; Pltt.tiilri:. AT nrrsBuno. New Tor a o 1 rittJibilnr 0 1 0 1 1 4 0 8-11 0 2 0 10' Batteries -Welch and Clark! Baldwin and Merger. AT CHtOAOO. Chteniro 0 0300110 3-B Philadelphia 0 8 O U 0 1 10 0-7 Batterlis - Hutoltltmm Hud Klttridges aim sou and Clements. AT CINCINNATI. Cincinnati 44001000 0-0 Brooklyn 10000100 !l 3 llntturlos-llhlnfls and HarrinKton; Terry, Kluslow and Daly. AT CLEVELAND. Cleveland 0 0000 010 0-1 notion u iiiuuu- UatferlesViau and Zluitner Clarkson and Gauzel...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 9 July 1891

SHENANDOAH Is tliQlieiuloctittoof thoSeliuylkill QOrtl region, thirteen miles from the comity sent. It Is on the lino of Uio I'lillniUlplilu mid 'Itonrtlnfr.l'ennsylvaulaflutl Lehigh Valley railroads, thus olltring tqccelluiit facilities for tiavel. Not iulte -llioui'tt rltlefrom the city ofJ'Diladcliihln f0P0UraiSSE30lfl00 It possesses the rentest in ilucemcuts for tho location of fuctorlrs, mills, &o. Kx cellent water supply, fuel plen tiful nud ohoHpur than nviy. wliero elte. Biliiunljoitn,! ntl vnntaftoa uuBurpnsspt, Pure nlr, pure water, eleclrlo lights, &o. A Ufa Prisoner Pardoned Actors, N. July 0. Jnmos C. King, n -well-known metropolitan lawyer, sen tenced tjv life In 1874 from New York for murdering the man who broke up his home, lifts been released from Auburn prison, on a special commutation granted by Governor Hill. Labor Lander Make a Tost Case. Boston, July 0. Henry Abrahams, Secretary of the Central Labor Union, wasi In the Municipal Court lined $1 and costs ...

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. — 9 July 1891

9 Picnics and Outings! Severn, tho Grocer, is head quarters for fine Cheese, I'ruits find Vegetiibles.Ciinncd Meats, Picklc3, Crackers, Cukes, Con densed Milk, etc., suitable for picnics and excursions. Now supply sliced Summer Sausage All new and fresh goods. Cor. Centro and White Streets. The Evening Herald. ALL TIIU NHWS VOIt ONU OUST. Ills a larger circulation In Klienandoah than any other papir published. Clrou lntlon books open to all. LOCAL LUNCHEON. Huckl berry pie Is ripe. Excursion season is here Vutormelon6 will bo plenty. Oool mornings and evenings. Tliti poach crop is beginning to arrive. ilia times lor tlie summer vacation arc hero. nriker mat belongs to no union- lightning. AV (i aro moving along now in tho second half of 1801. waslo paper should not be thrown into tho ?! roots to scare horses. B'g railroad accidents, like big fires, id way seem to run in groups. Every man is entitled to his own opinion and each seems satisfied with his share. Entitled to the Beet. AH...

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