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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 30 November 1892

Both tbo mellifjd and resulta when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs ia the only remedy of its kind over pro duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ac ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in Its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many, excellent qualities commend it to i all and havo made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Firs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles oy all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro cure it promptly lor any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISC" CAL. LCWSVIUE, Kl HEW YORK. H.tf. CARTER'S hiver H Bide nfiadaehoand roltovoaU tho troubles Incl tlont to a bilious state of tho syatern. suo...

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. — 30 November 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! Find no difficulty in securing what they require for their ta bles at our store. Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. 'The Merry Cobbler." Tranz Cumpson, in "Tho Merry Cobbler," occupied tho boards at Ferguson's tbeatro last night. Mr. Cumpson is young in tho busi ness, but displays great versatility and is boyond doubt ono of tho sweetest singers heard hero for somo time. Tho character songs and recitations by Harry McDonald, as Zaek Johnion, were very good. The twin sisters, Blanche and Athael, wero good dancers and found favor with tho audience. I.lttle Daniel Webster was very cuto and executed a sailor's hornpipe in lino style, for which ho was roundly applauded. Tho plot of tho play is very obscure, but on tho wholo it is clean and wholesome and tho most fastidious can attend it without fear of being shock ed. In Olileu Times People overlooked tho importance of per manent beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient action, but now that it ...

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 December 1892

.1. THE EVENING HEBALD VOL. VH.--NO. 288. SHBXA2STDOAH. PA.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1892. ONE CENT. IP. cr. 28 South Main St. HEADQUAIITEKS FOB,,, GOODS ! Trimmings, Ladles' and Children's COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth TIITY fifty cent storm serges will compare fa Jyl vorably with Wo goods sold in 1'hlladel " phla and other cities. I am selling an all- wool ilablt Cloth, worth 50c, forSlo per yard. I have the best 60c Corset In tho region Plain Flannels, worth 25c. sold here for 20c pel yard; i-i wide Muslin sold for 5o peryardj the best Gray Flannel sold for 18c per yard, and a Good Flannel at 15o per yard. A good Blanket tor vuo a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. fJENTS" Natural Wool Suits, worth 2 ou, sold now for 12, 'Comfortables ana uiankets cheap. Come at onco and 28 South flluln street, next door to (J run J Union Tea store 30LID and plated Silver ware, Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Precious Stones, Clocks, Bronzes, Opti cal Goods, Banquet,Parlor an...

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 December 1892

Evening Herald. FGRLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY EXCKt'TEI) H C. IIOYBU, Editor and PubUnhtr. ir-W. f. WA1KISH, jMeal Editor. ALL THE NEWS FOR ONE CENT The EVKXTVa ItKRALUhata tmrger cir culation in 8tenandoahl im any-tlher paper publithed, Books open ( all. subscription rates: DAiLT,per year,.....-. J3 00 Wkiklv, per year, 1 50 Eatered it the Pontofflce, at Hnenandoab, Fa, for transmission through tho mailt as sepond class mall matter. TO BE MAINTAINED. Pesldeiit Hnrrisou la determined that American rights on the Isth mus of Panama will bp maintain ed. He can be trusted to assert the just claims of the United States calm ly and with dignity, as in the Chilian controversy, but with tho same deter mination and the same result. The United States cannot allow a Euro pean government to seize and operate the only railway line across the Isth mus. French governmental control of the Panama railroad would mean the closing to American commerce of the only practicable route for merchan dise across the...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 1 December 1892

Both tlio method and results when Byrup of Figs ia taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho tasto, and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs ia the Dnly remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most health? and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most nonulnr rcmeJv known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any tubstitutc. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FBANClSGt CAL. tCUISVIUE. Kt HEW YORK. N.Y. CARTER'S PI Li,S. Kct Iluulacho and rellovo all tho troubles Inci dent to a bilious etato of the system. Buch a...

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 December 1892

1 FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! Tind no difficulty in securing what they require for their ta bles at our store. Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. llrlnlln Challenge Fnliey. Editor Hkiiald: Sir, I, tlio under signed, do hereby challenge Martin Fancy, of Shenandoah, to run me a foot race of (100) one hundred yards for tho sum of $300 or $500 a side. Mr. Fahcy allowed beforo that I took him too short ; I will glvo him from fonr to eight weeks to get ready in, and if that isn't long enough timo for him, ho is afraid to run nie, and I can do nothing squarer. I will givo hlra everything hp wants but tho ground to run on. Ho can have Ocorgo Turner for pistol flrer and tho Philadelphia Item for stakeholder, if he wants to. Now, Mr. Fahey, pleaso say some thing. I have got that big head that ho aaid I had, so now this is a glorious oppor tunity for him to reduco the size of it, if ho ivants to run. This is your last chance, Mr. Fahey, so put up or shut up. Pleaso answer 1hrough)theIlEKAL...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 2 December 1892

THE EVENING HERALD. VOL. VII. -NO. 289. SHENANDOAH. PA.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1892. ONE CENT. i if. cr. 28 South Main St. HEADQUARTERS FOIt DRY GOODS ! Trimmings, Ladles' and Children's COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth HjrY fifty cent storm serges will compare fa ll Torablywlth SOo goods sold In Philadel "I phla and other cities. I am selling an all- wool ilablt Cloth, worth 60c, for30o per yard. I have tbo best 60o Corset In the region. Plain Flannels, worth 25c, sold hero for SOo per yard! 4-4 wide Muslin sold for 6o per yard; tho best Orav Flannel sold for 18c Dcr yard, and a Good Flannel at 12c per yard. A good Blanket for TOo a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. GENTS Natural Wool Butts, worth t2 60, sold now for 12. Comfortables nnd Blankets cheap. Come at once and secure good values at old reliable stand, 28 South Main street, next door to Grand Union Tea Storo. CLOLID and plated Silver ware, Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Precious Stones, Clocks, Bronzes,...

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 December 1892

Evening Herald. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY EXCE1TEI) a a. noVIHl, Editor and I'uhUsher. WJT. T. WA1KIXS, iAienl Editor. ALL THE NEWS FOR ONE CENT The B VENI XO HERALD has iwger cir. eulatton in ihenandoah thun mny tther paper published, Hooks open It ail. SUBSCRIPTION rates: Daily, per year S3 0 Wbkxlt, per rear, - 1 5 Entered M. ttte Postotnco, at Hhenandoati, ! for transmission through the malls as second class mull mutter. POTTS VILLB LETTER. A Very Interesting: Letter I'roin Our Live. ly Correspondent. Special correspondence to Hkiialii. roTTaviM,n, Nov. 30. In my last com unnnioatlon I mentioned tho fact of tho un timely death of a much respected man of the rlorgy, who had died after an illness which was as brief as it was painless. It is the opinion of tho physicians, and thero were four of them, that Father Dully suffered little, if any, from tlto time of his sudden illness on Monday night of last week until his final collapse on tho following Wednes day night at 0:15 o'clock. F...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 2 December 1892

"WANTS, fco. WANTED. Good Canvasser; Balary and expenses from start; steady work; Rood thonco for advancement. IIKOWN IIUO1. CO., Nerserymcn, llochestcr, N. Y. 8-31-3m TTtOH KENT. A desirable stable and car Jj rlaeo house on Market alley, botwoen Cen tre and I.loyd. Apply at IIehalu offlco. tt FOIt SAI.K. OHEA1. A first-class organ. Worth (150 when new, Apply to J J. l'raney. 11-25-lw TOR SAT CHEAP. Ono of Chambers & V Co's copylt c presses, tho present owner having no use for it; being good as new. Cull at llKiui.i) ofllce. HAI.E A billiard and pool tabic. If C sold this woolt prloo will bo low. Apply to T C. Hocse, 85 North Jardln street, Shenan doah. 18-1-lt FOR HALE. A one-third (S) Interest In the Mountain Colliery, situated on Hear Ilidgc, between bhonandoab and Maizevlllo. Tho place Is in first class condition. Hatisfae tory roasons giv n foi selling. For Informa tion, call ut colliery, or addross, OL1VEH J. ZKUIIB, lj.i.6t -henandoah, Pa. TTISTUAYUD.-To the premises of M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 2 December 1892

-- WHAT WOVI.D TOV tVMXl) roxY A X-MAS GIFT ? FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! Find no difficulty in securing what they require for their ta bles at our store. Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sis. GUARANTEE SAVINGS FUND. Hew Series Open Moniluy Afternoon, Dec. Oth, nt 'Squire Deneler't Office. Five hundred shares of stock will bo jomptly disposed of to those who call at tho fllco of the treasurer, Charlo3 W. Dengler, at tho abovo named place each day during the week betwocn tho hours of Si and 8 o'clock, p. in. JiinKCTOUs' OF OUAItAHTEE SAVIHC1 FUXD. President, Moses Owens, dry goods mer chant. Vice President, J. W. Erwiti, doctor dental mrsery. Secretary, II. E. Dengler, Assistant Post master. Attorney, S. O. M. Ilollopctor, Esq. Treasurer, Charles W. Dengler, Justice of the Peace, A. F. Morgan, shoe merchant. Henry Hochler, proprietor meat market. Elnier W. Wildo, music dealer. James Stoin, physician. N. J. Owens, Outside JJidgc colliery. J. S. Callcn, physician. Coit of each share, ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 3 December 1892

V. THE EVENING HERALD. VOL. VII. -NO. 290. SHENAIOT) O AH. PA.. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1892. ;ONE CENT. IP. J". 28 South Main St. HEADQUAIITEIIS FOIl Trimmings, Ladles' and Children's COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth HRY fifty cent storm serges will compare fa y voroblywlth 80c goods sold In Philadel phla and other cities. I am selling an all- wool Habit Cloth, worth 60c, for 30a per yard. I havo the best GOo Corset In the region. Plain Flannels, worth 25o. sold here for 20c pci yard; 4-4 wide Muslin fold for 5c per yard; the best Gray Flannel sold for 18c per yard, and a Good Flannel at 12c per yard. A good lilanket for JOo a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. GENTS' Natural Wool Suits, worth 82 CO, eold now for f 2. Comfortables and Illankets cheap. Come at onco and secure good values at old reliable stand, 28 South Jluln street, next door toGrund Union Tea Store. SOLID and plated Silver ware, Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Precious atones, Clocks, Bronzes, Opt...

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 December 1892

Evening Herald. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY EXCEl'TEH U C. nomtt, Editor and Publisher, ir.lf. J. IP At KINS, fcoral Editor. ALL THE NEWS FOR ONE CENT ThelSVJSSiya HERALD ha a larger cir culation in Shenandoah them any tlher pafer published, Sooks open to alt. SUBSCRIPTION rates: daily, per year, t3 0" Wkkkly. per year,...-.. I Ki Entered at the l'ostolflce, at Shenandoah, Pf (or transmission through the malls asseeom! class mall matter. MINBRSVI LIiB. Newsy Notes ami Happenings iVom a Hustling Town, Will Oertber and John McCabe, of Shcn.m doali, employes of JI. II. Master, erected a monument on the llcise lot in the German Lutheran cemetery. William Quandlc left for Philadelphia to work. George Lnnderman'makos regular trips to Broad Mountain to visit his sister. Will Karr Hew an Antwerp pigeon from rtiiladelphia which arrived safely home, in a Temarkably short time. Georgo Goanslen, who has been at work in Philadelphia, returned home on Sunday last. Superintendent Myers and olher oflic...

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 December 1892

L WANTS, Sco. WANTED. Good Canvassers salary and expenses ff6m" siart! steady work; Rood chanco for advancement. I1KOWN JJKOS. CO., Nurserymen, Rochester1, N. Y. 8-31-3m I7IOII KENT. A desirable Stable and car J riagohouso on Market alley, between Cen tre and I,loyd. Apply at Hehald offlcc. tf FOR SALE, CHEAP. A flrst-claHS organ. Worth 1130 when new. Apply to J. J. l'raney. 11-25-lw TJOR SAL'-'-CHEAP. Ono of Chambers & 1 Co'scopylrg presses, the present owhcr liavlnn no use for lts.belng good as new. Call at 1IE11AI.D olllco. Eon HALE A billiard nnd pool table. If sold this week price will bo low Apply to f. a. Heese, K North Jardln street, Sbenan- TnOR HALE. A one-third (H) Interest In the I Mountain Colliery, situated on Hear n'tdgo. between c-henandoah and Mnlzevllle. The placo Is In first class condition. Matlsfao tor? reasons giv. n to- selling. For Informa tion, call at colliery, or address, OLlVEIt J. Zauns. U-l-Gt ihonanddah, Pa. E STRAYED. To tho premises of Mrs. Uaugh...

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 December 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS Find no difficulty in securing what they require for their ta bles at our store. SIEVIEIRIISrS Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. c : GUARANTEE SAVINGS FUND. Hew Series Open Monday Afternoon, Dec. fitli, Ht 'Squiro Dengler'A Olllce. Viva hundred shares of stock will bo promptly disposed of to those who call at tho ffice of tho treasurer, Charles W. Dengler, at the above named placo each day during tho 'week between tho hours of 2 and S o'clock, Ji. in. JUBECTOES OF (JUAHAHTEE SAVINO FUND. President, Moses Owens, dry goods nier chant Vice President, J. V. Erwin, doctor dental surgery. Secretary, H. E. Dengler, Assistant Tost master. Attorney, S. O. M. Hollopeter, Esq. Treasurer, Charles W. Dengler, .lustico of dlally invited to como here the Peace. A. V. Morgan, shoe merchant. IleiiTy llochler, proprietor meat market, Elmer W. Wilde, music dealer. James Stein, physician. N. J Owens, Outside Foreman Indian Kidgo colliery. J. S. Callen, physician. Cost of...

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. — 5 December 1892

THE EVENING I II 'HA! J VOL. Vn.-NO. 201. SHENAOTDOAH. PA.. MONDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1892. ONE CENT. Ml ' 1 i; KtL r lli If 'IN IF. J". 28 South Main St. Headquaktehs for DRY GOODS ! Trimmings, Ladies' and Children's COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth WHY fifty cent storm serges 'will compare fa jl vorably with 90c goods sold in Phtladel 'J phia and other cities. I am selling on all 1 wool Habit Cloth, worth fiOc. for30o per yard. I hnvo tho best 60o Corset in tho region. Plain Flannels, worth 25c. sold hero for 20o per yard; 4-1 wido Muslin void for So per yard; the best Gray Flannel sold for 18c per yard, nnd a Good Flannel at Via per yard. A good Blanket ror voc a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. GENTS' Natural Wool Buits, worth $2.60, sold now for 12. Comfortables and lilankets cheap. Come at once and secure good values nt old reliable stand, 288outh Alain street, next door to Grand Union Tea Store. gOLID and plated Silver ware, Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Pre...

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. — 5 December 1892

1 The Herald. rUBUSIIBI) DAILT, SUNDAY KXGKPTED WEKKI.T, KVSHT SATUHDAY. jr. A. ItoriSH I'roprtet, 11. a nOVEIt ISMor nnd VublUhtr fT. J. WJLTKINH Loral I'M to,- J. 3T. HOX.V11 lliialnrst Manage Tho Evenikq IlEini.i) has a larger circula tion In Hbenandoah than any other paper pub lished. Hooks open to nil. subscription rates: DULT.per year, 8.1 00 W ki,y, per year t ffl Advertising llitttM. Transient, 10 cents per line, llrst Insertion ; 5 cents per line each subsequent Insertion, Hates for regular advertising can be had on applica tion at tho odlco or by mall. Entered at tho Postolllco at Shenandoah, Pa., lor transmission through the malls as second-class mall matter. GOUNTY GrfAT, SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL COUNTY EVENTS. 1'reneiiteil in u Uriel' xncl Interesting Form I,ut'Ht Ne From h!1 Parts f Kcliuylhill lVranimln ami other Mention. MAHANOY CITY. Our people arc delighted with the opening of tho electric road. Tlio new water works project is not dead only sloepetli. I'.x-Postuins...

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. — 5 December 1892

1 WANTS, &o. I.10R KENT. A desirable stable tind car- riaiio houso on Market alloy, between Co. tro ana Lloyd. Apply at IIeuald office. tf TX)tt SALR-CIIEAP. Ono of Chambers $ U Oo's copying presses, the present owner having no uso for It; being good as new. Call at 11EUALI) offlco. lOIt BALK. A ono-third (M) Interest In tho Mountain Colliery, situated on Uear Kldgc, between t-hennnaoah and Malzovlllo. Tho place Is In 11 rut class condition. Hatlsfao tory roasons irivi n for selling. For Informa tion, call at colliery, or address, OL1VEII J. Zeuiie, 1 1-1-Ct Shenandoah, Pa. CJALAllY 01! COMMISSION To ngonts to O handle tho Patent Chomlcal Ink Erasing Pencil. Tho most useful and novel Invention of the age. Erases Ink thoroughly lo two seconds, Worksllko magic. sOUtoStO per cent, pro it. Agents making tM per week. Wo also want a general agent to take charge of territory, and Appoint sub agents. A raro chanco to matte money. Wrltp for terms and sample of eras ing. Monroe Erasing Mf...

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. — 5 December 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! Find no difficulty in securing what they require for their tav bles at our stove. Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. l'KKSONAl.. Michael Coakloy is spending a fow days in Tremont. Michael Mcllot, of town, spent Sunday in 1'ottsville. S.i.ISoddall left for Korfolk, Virginia, this morning. William Slattery, of Uwu, spent yesterday in Mahanoy City. Hiss Mamo Mclirearty, of Ashland, re aimed homo Saturday. Mis? Cora Christian, of Philadelphia, is visiting relatives in town. Miss Hannah Kccso spent Saturday and part of yesterday in town. I. J. Ferguson left on tho early Lehigh Valley train this morning. Kolaud Morgan, of Shamokln, spent to Jay in town with relatives. Miss Blanch Rich, of Ashland, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. F. Finney. David Owens went to Hazleton yesterday to spend a few days with rolatives. The genial "Tom" Vernon, of tho Media Amtrisnn, was in town yesterday. " Tom hat hosts of friends hero. Hugh Evans, of Ashley, Luzerno county, v...

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 December 1892

THE EVENING HEBALD. I7 . V 7 VOL. VII.-NO. 292. SHBNAINDOAH. PA.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1892. ONE CENT. J 'V- ; 1 1 If .U "t IP. 0". 28 South Main St. HEADQUAKTr-HS VOIl DRY Trlmmlt Trimmings, Ladles' and Children's COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth WlfY fifty cent storm serges will compare fa lyl vorablywith 90c goods sold In l'hlladel " I phla and other cities. I nm selling an all- wool Habit Cloth, worth 60c, for30n per yard, I have the best 60o Corset In the region. Plain Flannels, worth E5c, sold hero for 2uo per yard; 4-4 wldo Muslin old for 6c per yard; the best Gray Flannel sold for 18o per yard, and a flood Flannel at ISo per yard, A good Blanket for TOc a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. GENTS' Natural Wool Rults, worth t2 60, Fold now for 12. Comfortables nnd Hlankets cheap. Come at once and secure good values at old reliable stand, 28 South Main street, next door to Grand Union Tea store. 30L1D and plated Silver ware, Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, P...

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. — 6 December 1892

J. The Herald. PDIILIBHUI) DAILY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED WKEKI.Y, EVCIIT BATUHDAT. 31. A. ltOTEH IVoj.rlrfor II. a. JfOYJSIt Editor and 1-ublUhrr VT. ,T. WAIKIlfS Komi Editor J. X. nOTJ'.H JIiiim Manayrr The Evemixo 1Iehm.ii hasalarper circula tion In Shenandoah than an; other paper pub lished. Hooks open to all. SUBSCRIPTION rates: ULT,per year, Vt 00 tYiKKLY, per year, 1 60 Advtrtltinff Jltttra, Transient, 10 cents per line, flrst Insertion ; 5 "ents per line each subsequent Insertion, Hates lor regular advertising can be had on applica tion at the ofllco or by mall. Entered at the Postofflce at Shenandoah, 1'a , for transmission through tho malls as second-class mall matter. Owino to the antUvacciuntlon cru sade in England the people of Darling ton, a town of 30 0C0 inhabitants, were allowed (o use their own Judgment as to the vaccination of children, and after an experience of two years with smallpox they are asking that vacci nation be made compulsory. Tiik bill opening the 0,000,000 ...

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