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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 17 December 1892

ll Kojoloes That tho Summor Soasor la About Over. IInkp Onn reel "Menu"-.Tnhlo Mnmie SunVr Tlia Liivo m Vint Mgllt CitaM lluvi'f nn a Kuln, an Ignoble landing. (mi'TniotiT. lffG. Br james w. .iohnsom.) jne summer season of lo'J'J is non drawing to 11 close. Tlio proprietors the various seaside liotels nnd countrj ooaruing houses are busily preparing II a TALKS OF mS TANDEM AT BOMB. hat up their establishments for th winter, while thoir victims I moan tc say their guests are rapidly flocking back to town In a considerably lew happy state ot mind than that which they manl Zested on their departure for their -annual outing. Not only have they suffered in pocket, but also In body and mind. Thelt digestion has been Impaired by tho "sum mer resort" cookery, while both thelt pride, their self-esteem and in some casei, too, their hearts havo been affected in manner the reverse of pleasant. We, at least those of us who have been relegated to hotel nnd boarding houses during the heated term o...

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. — 17 December 1892

1 The Herald. rUHIJSHKD DAILY, BL'NDAY KXCEITKD VKEKt.T, HTJllir SATIRDAr. jr. A. JIOTEH .... Vroprirtor Jl. G. HOVr.lt. Editor and l'ublUhT W. J. WA1KINH - -toefll Editor if. JIT. HOT Jilt ...,... nra Manager The Kvehiks UmiU) has larger olroula ttoa la Shenandoah than an; other purer pub lished, nooks opc to H. subscription rates: D vtLT,per year, M 00 W iiKLY. per rear ... 1 SO Advertising Jlntra, Transient, 10 cents per line, drat Insertion ; S cnts per lino each subsequent insertion, Hates lor regular advertising can bo had on applica tion at the office or by mall. Entered at the PoitoClce, at Shenandoah, Ia , for transmission through tho malls as second-class mall matter. NOVEL READING. Among recent ihjwh Items was a tel egraphic dispatch from Mlddleboro, Mas., ftatlng that two boys, each 15 years of age, had disappeared from that place, taking with them several hundred dollars of money stolen from their parents. The report further stated that they hud planned a trip to Europe...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 17 December 1892

Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tlio tasto, and acts Gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem ctlectualiy, dispels colds, head aches and fovcrs and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the miiy ruiueuy ui lis muu uvui pro duced, pleasinc to tho tasto and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remeJy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o and SI bottles by all leading drug ciste. Any reliable drufjeist who way not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly tor any one who . . - a I wishes to try it. Do not accept any tubstitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO OAL. teUISVILLC, Kt NEW YORK.H.Y. Bick Headache and relievo all tho troubles loof dent to a bilious ctato of tho system, saoh 00 SDl...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 17 December 1892

GOuNTY GHAT. SUMMAEY OP THE PRINOIPAli COUNTY EVENTS. presented In n llrlef nd IntereKtliij: Form Latest News From nil Part of Schuylkill Personals nml Other mention. OBESSONA. Hot. B. J. Smoycr, corresponding Eccretnry of the Missionary Soolety of tlio Evangelical Aseociatloiiprcnclied in that cliuicli on Sun day evening. Tho pcliopls of our borough will be cloecil from December IGtli, 1MI2, until January 3d, 1883. lire. IJucben Jlacbamcr and children, of Tower City, aro visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Warner. There will bo a special train running from Pottsvillo after the evening entertainments of tho County Institute next week. There re still a number of very desirable scats to bo had in tbe parquet and parquet eirclo. Apply at Rico's book store, rottsvillo, at once If you wish to havo one before they aro all taken. Mrs. Charles Bay ne, Mrs. P. S. Bcrgcrand Misses Tillie, Delia and Cora Forney wero in Pottsvlllo on Monday. Mrs. II. B. Cassavant and Miss Fannip wer at Read...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 17 December 1892

"SUNNY SOUTH." Th renney's Personally Conducted Tours to Florida. Tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company an vounces its series of personally-conducted tours to Florida for January 31st, February lUh and 28th, March 14th and 28th. The arty will travel by special train of Pullman looping and dining cars, and they will go through via the Atlantic Coast Line on fast ehcduls. The Tourist Agent and Chaperon Trill conduct each tour in both directions, or opt that passengers on last tour will roturn independently by regular trains, and all the details will bo carriod out in that superior style for which these trips have become cele brated. Excursion tickets, including railway trans portation, Pullman accommodations aud meals on route in both directions, will bo sold from nil principal stations on the system. They will bo good only on tho special trains, r on regular trains to the nearest pslut of connection with the special trains, and will only be accepted for tho return trip on tho regular ret...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 17 December 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! h "Find no difficulty in securing what they require for their ta bles at our store. SBYBRlsT'S Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. Leave Cznrs to Itu"lx. Every conservative) citizen of the town co intldcs in tho belief that to mako charges against ono, refuse to furnish a copy of the charges, anil arbitrarily condemn tho accused is wholly un-American, despotic and coward ly. Czarlsm has marked tho progress of "Do Ate" ever since they have been in power in tho Borough Council. A. IS. Lamb, ono of leaders and tho recognized dictator of tho despostlc body, is a candidate- for appoint- ment to a position at Harrlsburg and expects Hcprescutativc-elect Coyle to help him to get there. If Mr. Coylo lends his assistance in placing this miniature Czar at Harrisburg in any position ho will stultify himself and tho Republican party. Wo want men at llarrisburg who ad ero to as well as advocato tho principles of American government. No C'&irs need apply. A Clill...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 19 December 1892

1Mb' ' w r THE EVENING HEEALD VOL.. VLT.-NO. 303. SHEKAOTDOAH. PA.. MONDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1892. ONE OENT. IF. J". 28 South Main St. Headquarters roit DRY GOOD Trimmings, Ladies' and Children's COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth VXY fifty cent storm serges will compare fa ll I i vorably with 90o goods sold In Philadel ' phla and other cities. I ntn selling an all- wool Habit Cloth, worth 60c, for 30.5 per Pird. I have tbo best 60c Corsot In tho region, lain Flannels, worth 25c, sold hero for SOo per yards 4-4 wide Muslin old for 6o per yard; the best Gray Flannel sold (or 18o per yard, and n Good Flannel at 12c per yard. A good Blanket for 70o a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. GENTS' Natural Wool Suits, worth 82 60, sold now for 12. Comfortables and Blankets cheap. Como at onco and secure good values at old reliable stnnd, 28 Bouth Mutn street, next door to Grand Union Tea Store. ! ime. Is money at the Great Jewelry Depot You Bee all the latest deigns in Diamonds, Je...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 19 December 1892

The Herald. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED wauuLT, Hvnnr sahiiihat. V. A. llOVr.lt - Proprietor 11. C. orK-..- ISMtnr antl JiiM(ftr a. WA1KIXH leal Kdltor J. JT. llOtlSll - ..JliM(nm Manager Te KTtmm Herald has larger clrcula- Moi ta Shenandoah than any other paper pub lished. Hooka open to all. ts 00 . 1 60 SUBSCRIPTION RATES D viir, ier year, ............... irEKi.Y( pel' vear Adeertltlnu Jtitles. Transient, 10 oenta per line, first Insertion i IS ernts per lino each subsequent Insertion, Rates tor regular advertising can bo baa on sppncn tlon at tho ofneo or by mall. -r- 1 m ltnlored at the I'oatofflcf. at fiJFenandonh, Pa., for transmission through tho malls as seoond-olnss mall matter. TIMELY TOPI03. A String of Thoughts mill Fancies of tile -1. (Ill or, 'Die correct namo for the resolution passed ty ttouncH Is " conspiracy.' Tho Herald is almost a quarter century tl. Tlio tactics used by Council nro as bad as thoso used by the Spanish Inquisition. We nro not finding fault, b...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 19 December 1892

TWICE TOLD TALES! Aro sometimes a bor.o, but when tho people aro told twice that at Gallagher's Cheap Cash Store . thov can buy Flour and Tea at lower rates than anywhere in town they are glad to test the truth of tho oft repeated etory. He also keeps on hand full lino of Groceries, Fresh Buttor and Eggs, Po tatocs, Green Tiuck, Hay and Straw Gallagher's Cheap Cash Store ! (Muldoon's old stand) CORNER CKNTRK AND WEST STREETS. CHAS. ZALLA Respectfully notlBos'lils friends that ho will opon a Dew storo at Corner Jardin and Oak Streets, Where he will keep a full stock of Green Groceries, Clgirj, Tobacco nnd Candy. Poul try and ull kinds ot game In senon. Oystors and 3T"islx. Open Monday, November 21. On A Knotty Problem ! Is the Gift question, but it will be solved by call G mg at the store of J. P. I Williams & Son, where F you will find the most T desirable presents in the S Furniture line, Pianos, Organs and Sewing- Ma chines. J- p- Williams & Son, 13 South Maiii St. Scheide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 19 December 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! Find no difficulty in i securing what thoy require for their ta bles at our store. SEYBRH'S Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. PKKSONAI.. Guy C. Kcipcr spent to-day at Pottsville. Major J. K. Finney went to Malianoy City this morning. J. J. Franoy returned homo from Norfolk, "Va., yesterday. J. II. James, of Ashland, spent a fow hours in town yesterday. Master Mechanic Campbell, of Delano, spent yesterday in town. Our former townsman, George W. Wasloy, is now holding n prominent position in Council Bluffs. "Tom" Joyce, ono of Mahanoy City's activo Republican politicians, was in town yesterday afternoon. Hon. Elias Davis, of Broad Mountain, stopped in town a few hours yesterday whilo en route to Girardvlllo. Mrs. J. Wasley, who has been visiting friends in the Wost sovcral weeks past, re turned homo on Saturday. M. J. O'Neill has just returned from Now York and Philadelphia, where ho spent sovcrnl days selecting a holiday stock of furniture. Miss Ida L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 20 December 1892

( r? HERALD VOL. VTI.-NO. 304 . SHENANDOAH. PA.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1892. ?02sTE CENT. , i vtiki mill' ' JJ ' I THE EVENING IP. J 28 South Main St. HEADQUARTERS you ; DRY GOOD Trimmings, Ladles' and Children's COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth WirV fifty cent storm serges will compare fa it - Torably with 90c goods sold in Phlladel "I phut and other clllos. I nm selling an all 1 wool Habit Cloth, worth 60c, forSOo per yard. I bare ilio best Mo Corset In the region. Main Flannels, worth 2So, sold hero lor 20o per yard; 4-4 wido Muslin fold for Be per yard; tho best Gray Flannel sold for 18o per yard, and a Good Flannel at 13c per yard. A good Blanket tor 70a a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. GENTS' Natural Wool Rults, worth J2.60, cold now for (2. Comfortables and Blankets cheap. Como at once und sccuro good values at old reliable stand, 28 South Alain street, next door to Grand Union Tea Store Time! Is money at tho Orcat Jewelry Depot You see all the latest den...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 20 December 1892

' The Herald. PtJnUSHKD DAILY, 8CNDAY EXCEPTED WHRKI.T, HVKRT HATtfKDAT. M. A. ItOTKU - .. Proprietor It. C not Jill ..EJUnr and i"nMJrr VT. J. rA1KIXS focal JMffer J. ft. ltOTMt M.,llMnM ifanagrr COUNTY CHAT. SUMMARY OP THE PRINCIPAL OOUNTY EVENTS. Tfc Ktxsiho I1kiiij haaUrgcr circula tion ta Shenandoah than any othor ptor pub llihftd. Hooks opo to tl. QUBSCHIPTION RATES! D iti.T, per year, W 00 W tcKLT. per vcar - ........... 1 S AdtertUtny Itfr. Transient, 10 cents per lino, first Insertion ; eonts per line each subsequent Insertion, Hatos for regular adfertlsing can bo had on applica tion at the ota oo or by mall. Kot red at the Postofflce, at Shenandoah, l'a., for transmission through the malts ail second-class mall matter. SUNDAY SERMON. lUir. Towlck'n Klsoimriio Sunday Heftim the M. K. Congregation. The sermon in tlio If. K. chnrcli on Sunday morning was on "Tho strength of weakness," 2 eor.XIMO "When I am weak then am I stone" The weakness of which Paul spoke was not physica...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 20 December 1892

TWICE TOLD TALES I Arcs sometimes a bore, but when the peoplo are told twice that at Gallagher's Cheap Cash Store they can buy Flour and Tea at lower rates than anywhere in town they are clad to test tho truth of tho oft repeated etory. He also keeps on hand full line of G-roseries, Fresh Butter and Eggs, Po tatoes, Green Tiuck, Hay and Straw Gallagher's Cheap Cash Store (Muldoon's old stand) CORNER CENTRE AND WEST STREETS. CHAS. ZALLA Hospcctfully notifies his friends that bo will open a new store at Corner Jardin and Oak Streois, Whore ho will keep a full stock of Green Groceries, Ctg rJ, Tobacco and Candy. Poul. try and all kinds of gamolu season. Ojrators azid. IfAralx. Open Monday November 21. A Knotty Problem ! Is the Gift question, but it will be solved by call G ing at the store of J. P I "Williams & Son, where F you will find the most T desirable presents in the S Furniture line, Pianos Organs and Sewing Ma chines. J- p- Williams & Son 13 South Main 8t. Scheider's S...

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. — 20 December 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. I'KHSONAX,. Mahanoy City, spent "Tim" Clrim, of yesterday In town. Ex-Poor Director Nolfcrt, of TSarnesvlllo, ttsi Been In town yesterday. I. A. Bamborgcr camo homo yesterday and will remain with his parents over theholidays, Gcorgo Holvoy nnd Edward Kester, of Shenandoah, were Jit. Cnrmel visitors yester day, -.Iff. Camtl News. Messrs. J. J. Coylo, of Mahanoy City, and J). D. Phillips, of Gordon, veto among tlio visitors to town yesterday. C. T. Straughn, Deputy State Councillor for District No. 140, Junior Order United Atnerl .hi Mechanics, has received a beautiful insignia of tho office. A. E. L.Lcckic, who left town on Saturday to take a position in tho postal department at Washington, writes to tho IIeiiald that ho is pleasantly located in that city and expects to enter tho Georgetown Law School on Jan nary 3rd. Mr. Lcckio has enro...

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. — 21 December 1892

THE EVENING HERALD. VOL. VII.--NO. 305. SHENANDOAH. PA.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1892. ONE CENT. t MONlM 28 South Main St. IlKAUqUAni'KllS FOIl DRY GOODS ! Trinmlngs, Ladles' and Children' COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth IfY fifty centstorm serges will compare fa y vorably with Wo goods sold In Phtladol "I phla and other cities. I am selling an all- wool Hahlt Cloth, worth 50c, for30o per inrd. I haTO tho best Mo Corset In tho region. iMaln Flannels, worth 26o. sold here for 20c per yard; -4 wide Muslin fold for 60 per yard; the best Gray Flannel sold for 18o per yard, and a Uood Flannel at 12o per yard. A good Blanket for 70c a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. GENTS' Natural Wool Hulls, worth J2 60, fold now for 2. Comfortables and Blankets cheap. Come at once and securo good values at old reliable stand, 28Bouth Mum street, next door toGrund Union Tea Storo. Time! Is money at tho Great Jewelry Depot You Bee all the latest dwigns In DiainomlH, Jewelry, Silverwar...

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. — 21 December 1892

The Herald. PffBUeitKD DAILY, SUNDAY KXCEPTKIJ WRBKLT, KTERT ATORAT. M. A. J10TJSH Voj)Jr(or It. a BO V Kit Editor and i-MftHirr FT. WAtKlVS Korol Editor .K jr. HOTHK ..BuWrtrj Mnnagtr Tke F.vbniko IIr.itAi.0 hat a larger clrcula' Man In Shenandoah than any other paper pub Itsked. Hoki open to a. subscription rates: vrr.T,par year....... 1 00 VT kilt, per year,... ........ 1 50 Advrrttatng 7TfiM. Transient, ID cents per lino, first Insertion ; & tenia per line each subsequent Insertion, Hates tr regular' advertising cm be had on nppllca ytnx at tlio oDlco or by mall. JlsUrodat the Fostotace, at Shenandoah, Pa., for transmission through the mailt as second-class mall matter. COUNTY GHAT. SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL COUNTY EVENTS. Presented In a llrlof faml Interesting form Latest Xit From nil Parts of Schuy lklll Personal nntl Oilier Mention. MAHANOV CITV, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sellgman spent part of yosterday among friends at the county seat. Mahanoy City colliery was forced to sus pe...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 21 December 1892

TWICE TOLD TALES I Are sometimes a 'bore, but when the people are told twice that at Gallagher's Cheap Cash Store thoV can buy Flour and Tea at lower rates than anywhuro in town they are glad to lest the truth of the oft repeated ttory. He als,o keeps on hand full lino of Groceries, JPresh Butter and Eggs, Po tatoes, Green Tiucik, Hay and Straw Gallaghers Cheap Cash Store , (Muldoon's old stand) CORNER CKNTKK AND WEST STREETS. OHAS. ZALLA Respectfully notifies his friends that lie will open a new store at Corner Jardin and Oak Streets, Where he will keep a full stock of Greed Groceries, Clgui, Tobacco and Candy. Poul try and nil kinds of game la BOison.. Oystors a,xa.cl Hiralx. Open Monday, November SI. A Knotty Problem ! Is the Gift question,- but it will be solved bycall- G ing1 at the store of J. P I Williams & Son, where F you will find the most T desirable presents in the S Furniture line, Pianos, Organs and Sewing Ma chines. J- p- Williams & Son, IS South Main St. Sch ...

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. — 21 December 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! Find no difficulty in securing what they require- for their ta bles at our stove. Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. l'EKSONAX.. " I. Bobbins, of Pottsvillc, was In town yes--tcrday as full of business as over, S. C. Boycr, of Port Clinton, paid tho HerAld sanctum a flying visit yesterday. Howard E. Delsher has gone to Cleveland, O., whoro ho will spend several days on busi ness. John S. Housenlck and S. D. Hess were amoag tho town peoplo who spent to-day at tho county soat. Hi3s Sa'dlo A. Sliarar, of Williainsport, who lias been visiting friends in town, returned to licr homo yesterday. School Directors Frank Ilanna, Timothy Lynch and A. J. Gallagher, of town, and Dim t jr E. C. Wagner, of Girardvilie, went to rottsvlllo to-day to attend the meeting of tho Schuylkill County School Directors' Association, held In connection with tho Teachers' County Institute. A Child Kiijoys Tho pleasant flavor, gentle action and sooth ing ellect of Syrup of Figs, wh...

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. — 22 December 1892

VOL. V1I.-NO. 306. zp. cr. n 28 South Main St. Hbadquaiiteiui roil Trimmings, Ladles' ana Children's Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth KHYtlfty cent storm serges will compare fa lyl vorablywith 90o goods sold In Phlladcl "I plria and other cities. I om selling an all I wool HabltClotl), worthCOc, for30, per yard. I have the best 50c Cored In tho region. 1'laln Flannels, worth 85c. sold hero for 20c poi yard) 4-4 wide Muslin 'old for So per yard; the best Q ray Flannel sold for 18o per yard, and a Good Flannel at 12c per yard. A good Blanket for 7Uo a pair. verythlhg a Decided Bargain. GENTS' Natural Wool Hults, worth J2 GO, told now for 2. Comfortables " nnd Illankets cheap. Como at onco ana secure good values at old reliable stand, 8 South Main street, next door to Grand Union Ten -store. imei Is money at tho Great Jewelry Depot You pee nil t lie latret depluns In DiumuiidH, Jowilry, Bllvenvare. Rings, $1 lo $250 Eur tlnga, $1 to $50 Urnncbei), r"0oto$0. Gold Wutclicp, $10...

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. — 22 December 1892

r' COUNTY GtiAT. SUMMARY OP THE PRINCIPAL COUNTY EVENTS. Presented In lirlef nml Intcrrntlne r orm Latest News From nil Purls of Schuylkill Personals nml Oilier Mention. MAHANOY OITT. Mrs. Ellen Ileiser, of Pottsvillo, was tlio lueat of Mrs. A. J. Blow on Tuesday. Hiss Julia Gorman, of this place, is visit ing friends In Philadelphia tills week. 11. Chambers was in Philadelphia on Tuos y looking after business. 8. Ilaulp, veterinary surgeon of Sltamokin, as In town yesterday. Mrs. T. Davidson spont a few pleasant hours with friends in Pottsvllie yostordity. t Q. E. Wow, formerly a 6chnol tcacWj ylsltod tho county lnstltuto at PottavllloX Eev. J. J. Fisher, of Tamaqua, spenJ1)lu.tof ywteruay wuu irmmis ucro. Tho election which was holdTuesday, to determine who shall bo thofuj distributors of water to tho inhabitant thu towll( rer, and contrary to KdTcm, expectations. tho old water companj tvas knocked out, and ur borough will n bo overshadowed in- definitely with aj that would nppal ...

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