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Picnics and Outings!
Severn, the Grocer, is head
quarters for fine Cheese, Fruits
and Vegetables,Canned Meats,
Pickles, Crackers, Cakes, Con
densed Milk, gU:.. suitable for
picnics and excursions.
All new and fresh goods.
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
pK,kd6'Ah -Her x
FUHLtSIlKI) DAILY AND WKIIKLY.
Vot l'nlnt Ilxamliintlong.
West 1'oint, k. .. Juno l. The ah
t al "June cxnmlnntlunV nt West
1 iut, begin to-dny and will terminate on
June 12. with the graduation of the llrst
lnss. The class numbers Of!, mill
there nro 100 vacant second lloutenancles
In the army to be filled there will be no
waltliiK for promotion or nuzottlnK to
regiments. All of which Js very ploablng
to tne cauoiti.
Ho Money for Prosecutors.
Hartford, Conn., Juno 1. The Stnto
Treasurer has notified the various Stntos'
attorneys that on account of tho leglsla
tive deadlock the appropriation for prose
cuting efUcers has run out. Unless tho
States' attorneys choose to act for nolh
ing there can be no criminal session for
the criminal court until an appropriation
bill is passed.
CouiniUslunor Mitchell to Itotlru.
Wasuhnoton, Juno 1. Thoro is what
seems a well-grounded rumor afloat to
the effect that Charles E. Mitchell, Com
missinncr of Patonts, has tendered his
resignation of the office to tho President.
The chubo of tho resignation is said to
bo the desire of Mr. Mitchell to resume
his practico of patont law, in which he
was very successful.
MANGAM.-On Sunday, Slat ult., at
Philadelphia, Pa., John Mangam, aged 20
years, Uuo notlco oi tho tunerai win do
Open Air Concert.
Owing to tho proas of matter on Friday
and Saturday wo woro unablo to givo tho
(Jrant Hand deserved credit for tho highly
successful open air concort given on Thurs-
dap evening, Nearly all tho numbers on
tho programmo woro now and rocolvod tho
hearty approbation of all present.
Fire at Win. Penn.
A double block at Wm. Ponn bolonglng
to a Polish widow named Mrs. Prlmanis
was destroyed by flro at about cloven
o'clock last night All tho contents
of the dwellings, which wero situated near
tho Wm. Penn broakor, wero dostroyod
Thoro was a wedding in ono of tho houses
during tho day and tho flro Is supposed to
havo been causod by tho upsetting of a
lamp durinc tho jnlliflcation. Tho loss is
estimated at about ?l,f00
Costing from IS to 25 cents each, at tho
uniform price of G cents, at Max Kooso's.
Schoidor Bros, have oponod a now
bakery at 27 South Main ttreot, whore you
can'got fresh bread, cakes, candy and ice
cream. Give them a call. 5-0 am
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of tbe most desirable proper
ties on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at llowse's grocery store, oor
ner Jardln and Oak street. Bbeuandoah, l'a.
You can obtain a pack of host quality
playing cards by sending fifteen conts in
nostasro to P. S. Eustis, Qon'l Pass, Aet.,
.. C. & Q.B. R. Chicago, 111. If,
Its Exoollent Qualltios
Commend to public approval tho California
liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It is
pleasing to tho eye, and to tho tasto and by
gently acting on tho kidneys, llvor and
bowels, cleansing tho system efloctually,
thoroby promoting tho health and comfort
of all who use it.
VAN '130-An nctlve reliable man
VV salary 870 to 880 monthly, with In
crease, to represent in bis own secilon a re
sponsible New York House, Helerences.
Manufacturer, Loo Bor 1685, New York.
OR RENT Store and building
now occunled hv tlin Slinnnnitnnt.
Bakery Oo. lor ma lufacturluir ant retail
canay business. Two floors 8 1x20 feet, Anply
to J. J. Francy, 5.10 f
Our Bill of Faro.
Prepared and published oxprossly for tho
Graham Gems. Apple Sauce.
A public salo of ono horse, throo buggios
and carriages, sloighs, harnoss, Urge-sized
steam chopping machine and boiler,
butcher's tools, blocks, otc, will bo hold at
Shenandoah, Pa., on Wednesday, Juno 3,
1691, at 1 p. m.
5-20-"t James 13. Lessio, Agent.
IMPORTANT NOTICE I
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TOM IN TOR DAMS !
Belonging to the
Shenandoah Water Company,
ana an parties caught violating this notice
Prosecuted ns Trespassers
By order of
Cold Baked Deans.
Boiled Hoof. Applo Jolly'.
Hrown and White Broad. Butlor.
Baked Indian Pudding.
Graham Bread. Stowed Green Currants.
Cream Cake. Hot Wator.
A SPLENDID TRIP.
IliiKfiliins IVunled in Itrnzll.
Berlin, Juno 1. Forty Russian
onists have been sont back to Hussia by
the Brazlllnn Government at its own ex
pense to encourago their relations and
frionds to omigrato to Brazil. This is
done to counteract tho opposition of tho
Czar's Government to tho emigration of
his subjects to Brazil.
Herniation In lort-au-rrlnco.
Paris, June 1. A cablo message has
beon received at tho Haytlen Legation
hero announcing that a revolution has
broken out at Port-au-I'rinco and a state
of siege lias been proclaimed. A French
ironclad has boen sont.
Dropped UoimI While Kxelted.
Albany, N. Y., Juno 1. Mrs. A. Cohen,
while listening to tho details of a child
birth, was ovurcomo and dropped dead.
Another neighbor who was near by
fainted and was carried homo uncon
scious. Oponod tho Muitoum of Art.
New York, June 1. Tho Metropolitan
Museum of Art was opened for tho first
timo on Sunday yestorday. The now
privilege seemod to bo thoroughly appre
ciated by the largo crowd that attondod.
Completed to Deadwood.
The Burlington Bomo, C, B. & Q. K. K
from Chicago, Poorla and St. Louis, is now
completed, and daily pas?ngor trains aro
running through Lincoln, lob., and
Custer, S. D to Doadwood. Also to New
castle, Wyoming. Slocping cars to Dead
Juno 2. Ico cream and strawberry fes
tival. Robbins' onora house: bonoflt of
English Lutheran church.
Juno 3 Domorost Contest and ontortnin
monti Forguson's theatre, 8 o'clock p.m.
Juno 17 Strawberry and ice cream festi
val in Bobbins' opera house under tho
auspices of W. K. O. No. 59.
Juno 18. Excursion of Washington
Camp. No. 200. P. O, S. of A to Lake
July 1 Grand Carnival and picnic by
Columbia IIoso Steam Fire Englno Com
Beet work dono at Brennan's etoam
laundry. 'Everything white and spotless,
A Dollprhtful Sunday Trip on tho
At 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning two
first class passenger cars of tho Philadel
phia & Heading ltailroad, drawn by on
gino No. '149, left tho local depot in charge
of Assistant Superintendent Wellington
Bartolette. of Mahauoy Plane, and tho
following crew: Harry Kloinhart, con1
duetorj Charles Cook, onginoor; Charles
Barrett, flroman; Fonton Thomas, brake-
Tho passongnrs on board when tho train
left woro Mr. Goorgo 11. Brown, Suporin
tondont and Gonoral Manager of tho Fall
lirook Coal Company's railwoys; Mrs
Brown and daughter, Florenco, of Corn
inir. N. Y.; Charles E. Titman, of
tho Trout Run Railway: Mrs. O. E.
Titman and daughter; . Mr. and Mrs,
0. A. Keim, Mino Inspector William Stein
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. boyor, Mr,
and Mrs. J. F. Finney, Mossrs. Dr. C. M
Bordner, Hesser Zulick, Goorgo Kriok and
John Grant: Miss Emily Glove:, Potts.
villo: Miss Mary Keipor, Ashland.
At Wm. Penn more passengers boarded
U19 train. They wero William II. Lewis,
Superintendent of tho Wm. Penn Coal Co.,
Masters John and Wilbur Lewis, Misses
Millie, Maud and Carrie Lewis, Miss Joan
Glovor, Misses Jennie Kennedy and Ellio
Seidol, PottBvillo; and Guy llobar,
At Mahanoy Piano tho passenger list was
increased by Mrs. W. Bortoletto, Miss
Bertoletto, Howard Bertoletto and Miss
A run was then mado to Mahanoy City,
whoro M. M. McMillan joined tho party.
Then tho train sped onward to Lakeside,
Then to and through tho romantic scenory
of tho Catawissa, ovor several high trestles
to Girard Manor, whoro a short stop was
mado. Oatawhsa was tho noxt stopping
point and thoro Superintendent Lawlor and
his friond, C. KisUaddon, of Tiffin, Ohio,
oined tho tourists. Mr. Lawlor was
greeted heartily. Ho bad traveled from
Williamsport to Catawissa in his pnvato
car to join tbe party.
Alter a brief inspection 01 tho old town
a start was made for Wost Milton. It was
soon reached and, after a short stop, the
train Bpod on ovor tho Sunbury routo
through Lowisburg, Sunbury, and Sha
mokin to Gordon, whore Mr. Lawlor and
hislfricnd alighted to take tho formor's
nrivatocar. Tho special continued on to
Ashland and Mahanoy City, where Jilr,
Tho eummor oxcursion of tho Pennsyl
vania Editorial Association for 1891 will
tttko placo tho woek beginning Monday,
,luno22d. tho place, Atlantic City, mo
Knights of tho Quill will bo entertained at
tho Hotel Albion. An addross on "Coun
try Journalism" will bo delivered by
Colonel A. K. McClure. Excursions to
various points of inlcrost in tho vicinity
will bo arranged, and bops will bo in ordoi
ovory evening and everything possiblo done
to promote tho comfort and pleasure of tho
oxcursionists. Secrotary and Treasurer
Thomas hopes to havo at least three hun
dred members presont.
You can get the best and
cheapest HATS AND
CAPS lu town. He
lias just received a full
From 5c to $.
. Also a nice llueof light
colored lints, ueruy ana
soft. A nice HRlit col
ored derby lint. S1.25
Light colored soft lint I
for 00 cents.
I A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of tho Peace,
Deeds, Lenses, Mortgages and Bonds written.
marriage licenses anu legal claims
promptly uttended to.
Real Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
General Fire Insurance Business. Represents
ine northwestern Lire Insurance Co.
OFFICE Muldoon'a btillrilnEr. enrnsr Centra
and West Sis., Bbenandoah, l'a.
You will find cheapest
Hue of TRUNKS and
Saeuela In town: also
Gum Coats selling
th urn oil at cost. Six
dozen neckties at 2oo a
piece, worth 40c.
Nice lino of Gents' Underwear at
ucasult. Headquarters fur sum
mer Shirts nod Boys' Waists,
19 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoo Store
(Mastellor's old sland,)
Corner Coal mid JuriHiistn.
Mr. Bnydcr will always keep In stock a fine
lino of boots and shoes.
Custom Worlc and Jicpnirliii;
done In the best style, ilo guarantees to sell
cheaper than competitors ou .Main street who
have big lonts to pay, aud guarantees a genu
ine bargain on every purchase.
Oysters, Clams and Poultry
Received daily at tho old reliable
North Main St, near Lloyd.
Wholesale and Retail.
IMcuICS. festlvnls find nrlvnte tin r Hps utin
plied lu Quautlties at bhorivnotlce,
Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale,
1. A two story double frame dwelling bouse,
storeaud restaurant, on KaSi,ntro8t.
2. -A dwelling and restaurant ou East Centra
8. Desirable property on corner Centre and
juruiu streets, suiiaoie lor business purposes.
4. A. two story double frame dwelllne. on
Went Lloyd street.
5, Two 2-story frame dwellings ou West Cen
0. Two 2 story dwelling on tbe corner of
voui ami uucsmui streets more room in
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street with a large warehouse at the rear.
8. Three two-sl ory.'double frame buildings
corner or Lloyd and Gilbert streets.
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE Beddall's Building,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
PHYSICIAN AND ShR&EON,
No: B East Centre Street; Mahanoy City, Pa.
Ktstn and all special diseases a specialty.
A T10RNEY-A T-LA W.
Office Beddall's building, corner Mtln una Centre
A. IV. Leisennng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisennng, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
lA two and one-half story double frame
dwelling house, with store-room and res
taurant. Located on East Centre street.
9-A valuable properly located on South .Tar.
3-Beven dwelling bouses at tho corner of Oil.
bert and Lloyd streets. Qoodlnvestment.
ENORMOUS PILE OP
DUNCAN & WAIDLEY'S
-At a sacrifice.-
3 PER OENT. INTEREST!
Valcl ou Havings Deposits.
Handsome desicrus nud new. Won
worth 50c. Iu order to sell tlipm
quick wo have shaved the price down
J H FOMKBOY,
'ifflce BMdMl'r building corner UaIh And Centre
ESS-Doll't let tills
Neat, Cheap and Stylish
Laco ourtains a specialty.
All work guar
Bost domet shirt! in towi, at "Tho
Famous" clothing house, COo. Shifting
pants from 7Cc. up.
The largost stock of wall paper and
window shades overjrooeivod in this town,
or county. Good selection, at F. J. l'ortz's
book aud stationery store. 3-20-tf
Waters' AVolss beer is (he best.
Boilly solo agent.
If you want to drive away
l!lllnimnw. Cousllnatlon. l'oor Appetite and
all evils arising from a disordered Liver use
Ur, Lee's Liver lleiulator. Trial homes Iree
at Kirlln' drug tre.
A CAHLOAD JUST ABRIVED AT
EmboiBCil .....12 l-2o
"Window Slmdee, spring rollors..25o
Curtain Poloe 25c
22 East Centre St., Shenanooah,
CHAS.1T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
Straw Hats from 20o to 81.50
Bhort Kpray Flowers 5o to 1.00
Wreaths 20c to 1.75
Infants' Christening Hobe, ftic to 85
Infauts' long and short coat...tl,25
up to 55.50.
60,000 LADIES WEAR
Why don't you wear one?
NELLY BLY CAPS !
Attention, Hcaise Cleaners 1
The warm weather is here, and house-cleautng is the next thing in order.
Ana at such times most everybody needs something to brighten
up the home, so if you need a good carpet of either
Veuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussef,
TWO OR THREE-PLY INGRAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG-CARPETS
You can find a full assortment at PRIGE'S.
P.iiTitnin Pnlno at
All Colors, nt 20 ceuts.
Asbland and iuauanoy uny, wnero , , QH-nA
McMillan alighted, and hack to Mahanoy 5 till ftt tllO Ulll btailCl
Piano, where Mr. llertoletlo's lamily aud
Miss Kutzner took leave of tho party.
Mr. Bertoletto remained with tho ro6t of
the tourists on the trip back to town, tho
arrival being mado horo at 0 p. m., a dis-
tance of nearly 100 mflos having been
Tho trip was a most delightful ono, Tho
dolightful weather, oxquisito scenery and
thrilling ridos ovor tho high trostlos, of
which there aro seven botweon Kroba' sta
tion and Catawissa, furnished a day that
will long bo pleasantly remembered by the
"hilly" Lloyd, tho popular caterer, was
along, and he served lemonade, orangeade,
ico cream and sandwiches in royal stylo
Ilo was hypnotized by tho splendid
scenory of the Catawissa.
Superintendent Lawlor and his ahlo as
sistant, Mr. Bertolette, woro heartily con
gratulated for the perfect arranueraents
mado for tbo comfort and safoty of tho
tourists and tho admirable manner in
which they wero carried out.
The American noonle nro rapidly becoming
a nice of nervous wrecks, and tho following
suggests the beat reu edy 1 AlphousoIJemplT-
ing, 01 liuiier, l'a., swturs mat wuta uis sua
was speechless from ttt. Vitus dance Dr.
Miles' great ltcstoratlvo Nervine cured him.
Mrs. J. U. Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. D.
Taylor, of Logausport, Ind., eaoa gained 20
pounds from taking It, Mrs, II. A. Gardner,
of Vistula, Iud., was cured of 40 tofiOcon
vulslonsa day, and much headach:, dlzzl
11018. backache and nervous prostration by
one bottle. Trial bottles, and Hue books of
marvelous cures, free at U. 11, liagenbucli,
vue aruggisi, wuo recoinmenus anu guaran
tees this uuequalcd remedy,
Spectacles to suit all eyes at l' J. l'ortz's
book and stationery store, 21 North Main
A well known vibyslolan In
vises his patients thn
New York ad.
lint Miller with CoukIih and
PniiiH tn pra Piiii.Tlnn loueh and L'onsumn.
Hop Cure, 25 nnd bu cents. Trial bottles tree
at Klrlm's drug store.
East Centre St., Shenandoah.
Bettor prepaied than ever to Berve our many
patrons with a superior quality 01
Bread, Cakos, Ice Cream,
Confectionery of all Kinds,
Opea 011 Saturday Evenings Until Midnight
Open on other evenings (Sunday excepted)
until 11 o'clook.
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS,
nrsiTi! for a Window Hhade,
ULU I O others for H3o. 45c. 60c.
fi5c. 75o and imwards. 8hodes made
lor stores and prlvato dwellings. Cus
tomers desldlcg only the fixtures or
shading by tne yara can be arcom
C. D. Fncke, 10 South Jardm Stt
Duncan & Waidley,
No. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
nil It nulci
Is located at
No. 14 North White Street.
Having hau his gallery greatly improved, he
I lu lini.h.l In A.r .....4 .1 f ... .
... Uw..Mb..v. inaicu luuu ever lu meol
the wants of the public lu tb photo- A
nrnnhlr! 1Iti. Tim l,et ,itntn w
graphs at lowest prices. I
Crayon "Work a Specialty.
Window Shades, Floor and Table OHclotliB and Linoleums of all grades.
Prices cannot be beaten when quality is considered.
No misrepresentation one price to ail.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
LlU'Ui' ,11 MIX'
Green TrucK. Fine Grocei'ics.
Delaware roe shad and o'.hor fresh flsli right
..u.u n.a uuu,BUUllUUja, XTeSIl
Oreens from tho South.
Evan's Building, E. Centre St.
J. S. Wlllia nt' old stand)
Everything now and "resh. Goods delivered
io any part or town.
It. C. KNIGHT & SON.
. A difference in material makes a
material difference. Low valuesand
hieh prices benefit nobodv in tho
long run. We make your dollar EAGLE HOTEL!
count by giving you its lull value
of Good, Honest Goods. 221 w. Centre Street,
With Clothing that is durable. SJHZEIXrSTIDO AH ,
aiming mat IS intelligent and a K""ey kept by Mrs Omvllle. The above
Slaking and Finish of tho best, wo
aro sure of your continued custom. J wbeks, 4
Formerly of the Keystone Hotel, Ollberton.
A. C. YATES & CO., Pcti'i'ransient Guest
' mt,- 1,. 1 . 1 1 .... it . . .. .. . .
A Difference in Materia
A Material Difference
Cor. 13th and Chestnut Streets.
PRICES AT "THE FAMOUS!"
Men's all-wool Cheviot Suits $8.00
" " Worsted Suits 10.00
Boys'' " " " 7.5P
" " Cheviot Suits 5.C0
Children's Suits $1 upwards
Knee Pants 20o "
Domet Shirts 25o "
Men's shifting shirts -76o "
Best necktie In town,'. 25o
And everything else in our lino you will And down to the lowest prices.
We sell the best 60o Domet Shirt in town. Merchant
Tailoring v. specialty.
No. 11 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
The barU stocked with the best brands ot
cib,s, aie, Deer, porter ana liquors.
EXCELLENT FIIEE LUNCH COUNTER.
109 EaBT CENTRE ST.,
Beer, Whiskeys, Brandies, Porter,
WINES AND OIQAES
Of the finest brandB. Muslo furnished for
balls and parties, from one to five pieces.
, By the plate or measure, also put up In
S, io ana 20 Cent Pnclcnees
PETER CECCHINI & BRO.'S,
117 EAST CENTRE STREET,
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line of
Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods
nnd makes a specialty of A
NYillIn Till? nvwl r.r a ,!.... rt flP
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Q BAST OHNTEH ST.