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Picnics and Outings!
Sovern, the Grocer, if? head
quarters for fine Cheese, Fruits
and Vcgetables,Canned Meats,
Pickles, Crackers, Cakes, Con-
donsed Milk, etc., suitable for
picnics and excursions. New
supply sliced Summer Sausage
All new and fresh goods.
Cor. Centre and White Streets,
The Evening Herald.
1'UHlitiIIKl) DAILY AND WEBKLY.
Tho crickoU are chirping.
Touch ico water moderately.
Cherries are plenty and cheap. ,
Iloavy underwear has been ehed.
not milk is Rood for sloeplessnoM.
Tb moon will be full next Monday.
The strawberry sees on it on the decline.
Summer tourists are getting ready to
To-morrow will bo your last opportunity
to witBwi 1'awnee Kill's performance.
Sunday it not only the flrt day but it it
thereat of the weal;.
Doo't think much about the heat, and
you'll not mind ito much.
Goto Lakeside to-morrow. Your last
cbanoe to tee the Historical Wild Wert.
1'ure principles and good men uphold
them i au excellont motto for Any parly.
While some people are greatly overrated
many women are aa bad as they are painted.
Don't forgot that to-morrow is the last
day for the Wild West Show at Lakeside.
The mosquito has already put in his ap
pearance, the advance guard having ar
rived. The report tbit rolioeman D. .1. Connors
wa saddled with tho costs in the Kroigrr
caio Ii not oorrect. Tho costs were put on
Its Excellont Qualitios
Commend to public approval the California
liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It is
pleasing to tho eye, and to the taste and by
gently acting on the kidneys, liver and
bowels, cleansing the system eflectually,
thereby promoting the health and comfort
of all who use it.
You can obtain a pack of bast quality
playing cards by sending fifteen cents in
postage to 1' S. Bustle, Gen'l Paws. Agt.,
15., C. & Q.R. It. Chicago, 111. if
Bcaeliler Bros, have opened a now
bakery at 27 South Main street, where you
can get fresh bread, cakos, candy and ice
cream. Give them a call. G-G-3m
Completed to Deadwootl.
Tho Burlington Itoute, 0., B. & Q. It. B.,
from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, is now
completed, and daily passenger trains are
running through Lincoln, Neb., and
Custer, S. D., to Deadwood. Also to New
castle, Wyoming. Sloeping cars to Bond
.Tune 10. Fair and festival; Bobbins'
opera house; under tho auspices of tho
ladies of the First Pronbyterian church.
June 20. Picnic at Columbia Park by
National Guard of Warsaw.
July 4. Lawn party under tho auspices
of the Primitive Methodist church.
July 1 Grand Carnival and picnic by
Columbia Hoso Steam Fire Lngine Com
July 29th. Festival and ontortainment;
Bobbins' opora houeo, under tho auspices
of Silver Wave Castle, A. O. K, of ii. 0.
Oh, What a Cough,
Will you need the warning? The signal per
nAtts nl ilia blltH nimrinirli ,,f ihnt ntnra tor.
rlble disease. Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can aftord for the sake of saving 8)
rents, to run the risk and do nothtug for It.
We know from experience that HIiIIoU'h Cure
will Curo your Cough. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million liotlles
were Mild the nasi year. It relieves IVnnn
rind WhopplDK Cower, at once Mothers do
not he without It. For Lutne Maclc, Hide or
CheKt, iwe Hhlloh's I'orous Plaster. Hold by
O. II. Hageuhuch, N. K. corner Main aud
Tboro are no flies on this. A 60-ccnt
window scroon and a lib. box of baking
powdor for CO conts at the Grand Union
Toa Company's storo. 0-lG-2t
Tho Dootor and Postmaster
were talkltiK about a ease of wrlouu Illness
due to U ueglecta! imlct unu rapidly going lulo
c'lnwiinptUm which was promptly cured by
J'au-llna Cough und Oonktimptlou Cine.
unai ootiieu me ai Kirnns arug store.
WALL PAPER !
A CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED AT
Embossed 12 l-2c
"Window Slindes, spring rollers..25o
Curtain Poles 25 o
22 East Centre St., Shenanaoah,
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
A government focret (orvlce officer was
In town yesterday looking aftor some
(ellowi engaged In crooked work,
Max Reese says he was not In town then
Pawnee Bill's Indians wore here on Wed
nesday and tho Indians who said he ia
deserves to be scalped.
A meeting of the Borough Council ws
to have been hold iatt night, but it wa ira
poHible to secure a quorum. The council-
mon who attended were Usuri. Qablo,
Lamb, Jr.mos, Bolteride, Scheifly, Devers
A Biff Pionlo.
The Shamokin and Qirardville Vfenner
cbor societies and Our Hand will have ft
big time at the grand musical congren to
be held at Lakeside, (East liahanoy Junc
tion,) July 21. At a ioeling Baturday
night Messrs. Schmidt and Strickland were
appointed director of cmnpotitivo tinging
societies, sctoii of which have already
signified their intention of beinc preient.
There will bo an immense crowd on the
ground during tho notable event and there
is plenty of room for all. Aft Carmcl
Our Bill of Faro.
Prepared and publithed ezproasly for tho
Pan Fish. Saratoga Potatoes.
Graham Gems. Apple Sauco.
Iloef Stow with Dumnlinin.
Biscuit and Butter. Apple Sauce.
Rhubarb no. waver.
Cold Biscuit and Butlor.
Strawberries and Cream.
While Cake. Lemonade
Baird Halbersladt, of PolUvlllo, was in
Hon. Elias Davit, of Wadesville, was
registered at the Ferguson House last even
ing. Fred. II. Hopkins and Ed. Hushes have
been doing special polioe duty at Lakeside
A I. Schooner is busily engaged selling
his livery stock so that he may return to
his family in Philadelphia.
Our Potlsvllle contemporaries are urg
ing J. J. Franey to come out for delegato
to the constitutional convention.
Bichard H. Horr. II, of West Contro
street, had hn right foot crushed by a pioce
of coal at tho Knickerbocker colliery.
Policeman Bavis, 'Squire Williams,
Constable Tosh and Councilman F. J.
Portz went to PoUsyillo this morning.
Buv. Morgan A. Peters, of Fagalsville,
will ofliciato in the Trinity Beformed
church on Sunday moruiDg and evening.
James J. Malloy, Baniel Grow, F.
Joseph Poler und Ma-tin F. Maher to-day
graduated from tho Shenandoah Business
College and received their diplomas.
Joseph Townsond, of Kmoiiek street, who
has been confined to his bed for tho pjst
throo weeks by injuries sustained by a
fall upon an imperfect pavement, is slowly
Chas. F. Ettla, of Philadelphia, and
Jamee F. Burke, Esq., ono of Pittsburg's
rising young lawyers, passed through town
yeiterday. Tboj shook hands with many
friends at tho depot.
A COMEDY OP ERRORS.
Story of a Horee, Buggy and a
A curious mistake made by a small boy
yesterday badly frightened a physician,
stirred up a policeman, placed en insurance
man in an embarrassing position and ox
cited tho town.
Ja. G. Button, the insurance man, made
arrangements yesterday for tho loan of
John Bobbins' horse and buggy.
Shortly after Br. Stein drovo down Coal
street with his horse and buggy, hitched
the horeo to a lie post in front of John
Bobbins' houso, and went into a neighbor
ing house to visit a patient.
A little later a small boy (walked down
Coal street to got the horse and buggy Mr.
Bobbins promised to lend Mr. Button.
The small boy know Mr. Bobbins and
knew where he lived. Arriving at that
gentleman's residonco he saw the horse and
buggy in readiness, he supposed, for Mr.
Uutton. Ho untied the hone, jumped into
the buggy and drove off.
11 r. Uutton was soon on his way to tho
Oatttwissa Valley, seated In the buggy tho
boy found in front of Mr. Bobbins' reel
Having concluded his visit to the patient
Br. Sjein sought his hone and bugy and
was alarmod by finding it gone.
A small boy volunteered tho informatioh
that a boy had driven oil' with tho horse
and buggy. Br. Stein went in pursuit aud
subsequently learned that a man was soon
in bis rig driving towards the Catawicsu
Br. Stein then sought Constable Charles
Biaker, who wont post-hasto after tho man
in tho misting rig.
Biaker mot the man, when the latter was
on his way back. The man was Mr. Hut
ton. Explanations followed and tho
comody ended in an "All's well that ends
Will Bo Given Away.
Our enterprising druggist C. II. Hagenbuch
who cirrlcs the finest slock of drugs, per
turneries, toilet articles, hrushes, sponges, Ho,
Is giving away a large mimbor of trial bottles
of Dr. lilies' celebrated Restorative Nervine.
He gunrauteea it lo cure headache, dizziness,
nervous prostration, sleeplessness, Uio 111
effects of spirits, tobacco, coflee, etc. Drug
gists say it is the greatest seller they ever
knew, and Is uutvenally satisfactory. They
also guarantee Dr. Allies1 iSew HeariCure In
nil oases of utrvous or organic heart disease,
pslnltutlau, pain lu side, sinoth.rluar, etc
Flneboolcon "Nervous aud Heart Diseases"
Spectacles to suit all eyas at F, J. Vortz's
book and stationery store, 21 North Main
Advertise In the Hehald.
John Koovoa, of Bolano, baggage-maetor
on the Lehigh Valley railroad, and Mist
Mary Jeflerron, of Wost Cherry street,
were married on Wednesday by. Bev. U.
G. Rutiell, of the P. 11. church. The
couple havo started" on ft wedding tour
through the Wyoming region and upon
their return will locate at Belaso.
Tho Evening Ttlegram, of Ashland, is
wearing a new suit, ft sign of prosperity.
It is said that Editors Harris, of the
Tarn aqua Courier, and Samuels, of the
Orwigsburg Newt, are the buileit men in
Zorby, o( the Daily Republican, Cods
time occasionally to leave his railroad
business and tako a trip with his brother
The newspaper men who went to Har
vey's Lake on Tuesday were so welt fed
that they haven't felt hungry sine.
Boyle, whom the Republican calls the
bos piscatorial liar, ojght to go with the
editors next week and catch a whale
Nobody will disputa his catch, if ha mak
Beat work done at Brennau's steam
laundry. Everything white and spotless
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar
anteed. FOR SALE A young; horee. Ap
ply at Liudlg's stationary store, e-ll-lr
Is localrd at
No. 14 North White Street
Having ban his gallery greatly Improved, he
Is nowbetter prepared than over to meet
the wauu or ihe piiiitlo lu the pnoto
graphle Hue. The beat photo
graphs at lowest trices.
Crayon "Work a Speoialty.
The famous firm of 0(TIJSTS and OPTICmS
llavo nrrnnppd send one of their
WpcJiUlu ou the KVB
Saturday, June 20, 1891,
He will be At ths
lrom8 30A. M.loGP. M.
Those whoj'.' eyts aro iuual,e discimfor:
should call miooiiur Specialist, and iliey will
receive luremgem ana HKimai uueui ioa.
QUKEBT d CO.
tim Cltetlnut St.,
(East Mahanoy Junction)
Wild West Show
FOE ONE WEEK 01TLY
IdiiD Village, Crcboy
ni Mexican Sncanpment
rwD the only herd of Trained
1 and Knotted MustAnon. The
whole history of a nation told In a
iiiniuugaramaoi civiutauoa, ae
plcllue the perils. hardshlDs and
hrrolsra or pioneer life on the
plains, requiring in Its completion
over 300 daring scouts, tntppnrs,
cowboys, Indian fighters. Mexican
Vacqueroe and Sonoros.Chiets with
their Warriors, Uraves, Squaws and
I'apnoses. A herd of spotted Mexi
can Mustangs, herd ol gentlelcdlan
mines ana a exas iironcuos.
Thalaree-t and grandest exhlbl.
tlon of tho klndou Ilia American
continent. Ountng aud traveling
In Its own handsomely equloped
railroad train. The first hlvouao ol
Meilcun Viicquenw direct from old
juexioo, uoaawi uy uan ze Anno,
the famous Mexican leader, aud
Henor Kranolwo, the king ol all
riaers una ro.iers, expert, nua
matrhless In lariat throwing aud
i'ralrle ".hooui-rs and Indian
rravoy-, whole herd or American
BUFFALO and TEXAS STEERS.
A true representation of an
Indian : Buffalo : Hunt !
Hbowlug the manner of branding wild cattle
ou our western ironuer; suiriung ana
wonderful display of sbarpihotitlns
by Iroutlersmen, cowboys
and Indians led by
Miij. G. WILLIAM LIL1LIIJ,
" (PAWriKK DILI.)
Famous and fearless Ponv Exnrcss Itlders.
showing the mode of carrying Important dis
patches across the nlalus before the Introduc
tion ol tho telesranh. A baud of verlllble
Mexican vacquerox, direct from Mexico, the
greuiesi rougu riuers in lue worm.
I'crformances every afternoon. Special ex
curslon trains eachduy.
Don't forget the place and date,
Lakeside Driving Park,
East Mahanoy Junction)
E 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20
AnniHHinN. ib r,.,,iu
CUlIclrett. miUer ia rs., 15 f:eutu
WTANTED.-A good girl for Ron-
TT eral housework. Good wages paid.
Iutjulreat the JlKHALnomM. a.i.tf
WANTKD-A Rlrl for ircneral
houseworfc Apply at 3i North Main
AGENTS WANTED. Free pro
paid outfit to energstla men. Beveral of
our talesmen have earned from FO to 1100 a
jrk for years p"t. I. O. Box; 1371. New
BOAKDEUS WANTED. - Steady
boarder, or for meals only. Good loca
tion and flrsuclass accommodations. Apply
at.M.Hheeler's.No.IlON. Mala street, Hhen
sudoab, I'a. M im
DESIRABLE PROPEP.TY FOR
eals. Oneof the mct desirable proper
ties on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at Howes' grocery store, ow
ner Jardln and Oak. street. Kheoanaouh. IV
nrAKiED-An cUve reliable man
YV salary 970 to Bo mouthly, with ln
crease, lo r'prexnt lu bis own seoilon a r
spontlble New York House, Kelerenore.
UAKurAOTDEiK, Lock Box 1685, New York.
FOR RENT Store and building
now occupied by the Bhenndo.K
Bakery Oo. tor ma nfaeturlng ant retail
;andy buslneas. Two floors &)i30teet. Apply
to J. J. Franey. 5-lJtf
LOST On tlie road between Malre
vllle and Uheuandoab, a book, with notes
of property at Houth Laurel nidge colliery,
A. fulUble reward tor lu return to H A,
Beddall, 1U I). Jardln stnet Sbenandoah, Pa.,
FOR BALE. A number of recond
haud desks tt good condition tor sale by
Ihe Hbf naudoah School Board. Apply U the
following committee for additional parllcu
K. A DAVKNI'OKT,
W. f. WH.I.I VMtt,
TDUOPOSAIjH will be received by
JL IheuuOeMgned oommlticeup to Mon
day, June XI, 18V1, at 7 p m. .lor the following:
'1 1 Palnllng ihe e 'terlor of Ihe Lhiyd street
m'IkxU building with two ois. (2) Fainting
vhe exterior of ihe Centre street whool bul'd
rii; and nencilllna- two si lea. (3) Falutinir
11 e onerlor ol the Main street building K p
ir.ilo bids must bo mijinluwl for each hnlld-
iroppsoM wiuaito oe receiveu mr uirnisji
nc one of the school rooms wuh flftv slmtle
di-slui. Vheoommlttee reserves the right U
reject, any or iui uias.
II. J. M1TU)OON,
W. V. WUjMAMB,
Thoundcrslened. desiring to retire frombus-
!neg-. will dlsnttse of his slock o! drv eoods.
groceries ilc, cheap, l'urchaseroan also tent
the store room hi reasonable terms The
stand Is a good ouo and lu the hands of a llvo
uiau ciu ue mauc prouiaoie.
'V. I). OAVES,
o-io-tf ioo Nortu jaraiu St.
fCMTt ftr a Window Hhade.
utl I Others for 33o, 43c. D0e,
66"., 73o and upwards. Hhadea made
lor stores and private dwellings. Cus
tomers desid'ug only the fixtures or
shading by the yard can ho accom
modated. C. D. Fncke, 10 South Jardin St,
Attention, House Gleaners !
The warm weather ia hero, and houpe
Ana at audi tlmee most everybody ncous sometning to urignten
up tho home, so if you need a good carpet of either
Veuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brusse,
TWO OH THKlEE-FlVIf KSGSRAm,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS!
You can find a full assortment ot PRIOE'S,
Lace Coriains, Curtain Poles of all Kinds !
Window Shades, Floor and Table Oilcloths and Linoleums of all grades.
Prices cannot he beaten when quality is considered.
No misrepresentation one price to all.
RIGES'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
With a manufacturing de
partment in fullblast,our bank
withstands the run.
We have made the New Store.
cor. 13th and Chestnut Sts., a
"safe deposit for your money
when in need of Clothing. The
daily rush proves tho "trust"
of the public in our goods. The
stock is right, the prises aro
right wo hold tho lead.
tfow Only Corner 13th
PRICES AT "THE FAMOUS!"
Men's all-wool Cheviot Buits $3.00
" " Worsted Buits 10.00
Boys' " " " 7.6P
" " Cheviot Bulls 5.60
And everything elsa'in our line you
We sell the best 60o Domet
JQMiES? "FAMOUS" JOIgE!S!'
No. 11 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
.- v i you can , get tbe beet nnd
cheapest HATS AND
OAl'.S In town.'.. Ho
baa just received a full
From 5c to $1,
Also a nloe liueof light
colored bats, derby and
soft. A uloe light col
ored derby bat, $1.2r)
Llclit colored soft hat
for 0 ccnta.
You will find cbeepest
line of TRUNKS and
Bacbels In town; bIbo
Uuui Coats celling
theni ofl nt cost. Six
dozen neektieH nt S5o a
piece, worth 40c.
Nice line of Gent' Underwear at
7uo a suit. Headquarters for "urn
mer HblrU and Boys' Waists.
19 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Heat, Cheap and Stylish
Btrawfllata from 20o lo 11.80
Short Upray Flowers-.... Do to 1.00
Wrestlhs .20s to 1,75
IufanU' Christening Robe, t&a to $5
IofiuU' long and short ooau)...il,25
up to t6Q.
0,000 LADIES WEAR
The SELF-SUPPORTING CORSET
Why dou't you wear one?
NELLY BLY CAPS !
All Colore, at 3) oculs.
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
.Vafs, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty of
Nellie BIy and Mary Anderson Caps.
O OEaVTIfH ST.
- clcunlng Is tho next thing in order.
A Run o Our II mile.
and CHESTNUT Streets.
Children's Suits $1 upwards
Knee Pants 20o "
Bateen BlilrU GQo "
Men's shifting shirts 7oa "
Best necktie lu town 25o
will find down to tho lowest prices.
Bhlrt lu town. Merohant
Still at the Old Stand
East Centre St., Shenandoah.
Better prepared than oren to seirs our many
patroui with a superior quality of
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream,
Confectionery of all' Kindr.
Open on Saluda Evenings Uclil Midnight.
Open on other evenings (tunflay excepted)
unui ii o ciorz,
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS,
A. J". GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Losses, Mortgages and Bonds written. 1-
MUMimj(ujin;iiewuuu iqni claims r
promptly attended to.
Kcil Estate, Collection and Insuranco ngeney.
General Fire Insuranco Business, iteprosonts ,
luoi.yiiuts-wwra ijuu insurance uo. i
and West 818., Bhenandoali, Va.
Ceod Properties of All Kinds for Sale.
1. A. two story double frame dwelling houso,
R tore aud restaurant, on Kasti.'entreHt.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on Kast Centre
3. Desirable property on corner Centre iV(
siroeis, suiiauifl lor business pun
A twostory double framo dwelling, on
5. Two 2lory frame dwellings on West Cen
Two Story dwellings on the corner ol
7. Two-story slnuJe houso on North Chestnut
street, with a large warehouse at the rear.
8. Threo two-story doublo frame- buildings
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Agent,
OFX'ICB Beddall's Boilduio, I
Cor.Ualn tni Cntre Slrsstt, !IEKANDMII, PA. f
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
I A two and onthalf Btory double fram
dVrelllng house, with storo-roorn and rea. 1
taurant. Iocatd on East Centre streat.
a-ATaluatle property located on Bouth Jar. ;
3even dwelllncr honnpfi at Iti.mm,, r
ueri, sua u.oya sireeM. uooamvestmeri
lent, 1 ,
JUST OPENED UP
amonc which are some lovely fets well worth
600. We have deU rmlnrd to rash
them oCforlSo. Come
early It you wish
to secure one.
T1II8 OFFER, ONLY GOOD
Until SATU21DA.V, JUNE 13.
OUR TINWARE COUNTERS
are shining with bargains. You'll be araased
lo see what 5 or 10 cents will buy. We have
everything In tinware from a tin cup
to a wash boiler, or from a flour
Booop to a bread rau.er,
Duncan & Waidley,
llo. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
221 V. Coiitre Street,
Formerly kept by Mrs. Omvllle. Tho above j
iiouu is now aepi uy
JOH?I W. WUEKS,
Formerly of the Keystone Hotel, Gllberton I
xiesi. 01 acoommoauuous ior
Permanent and Transient Guest
The bar 1 stocked with the best brands ot
cigi .i, uie, ueer, jxirwr ana liquors.
EXCELLENT FREE LUNCH COUNTKK.
109 EAHT CENTRE BT
Beer, Whiskeys, Brandies, Porterli
WINES AND CIOAtia
Pf.fh6 finest brands. Muslo furnished foiJ
u4 jjtti bie, irom one 10 nve pieces.
g R. BKIOKER, M. D.,
PJtY&IQIAN AND SLROEON.
Jfoi tj Kast Centre Btreeti Mahanoy City, Va).
J R. OOYLX
Offlo-BdittU's kuUduii, corner Msta and Oentrel
IT a poMSBoy,
A T10BNEY-A T'LA IV. )(
mot-BiOiM'i tuUalng ocrser Main anil OecUf