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Picnics and Outings'!
Severn, the Grocer, is head
quarters for fine Cheese, Fruits
and Vegetables.Canned Meats,
Pickles, Crackers, Calces, Con
densed Milk, etc., suitable for
picnics and excursions. New
supply sliced Summer Sausage
All new and fresh goods.
Cor. Contro and White Streets.
The Evening Herald.
l'UULtaimi) DAILY AND WEHKLY.
Harvest tlmo is near,
l'lnnnpplos nro plenty.
Don't throw your fllili and rubbish in
rinkles loll tha story of tigo to one
who can read between tho linos.
About this timo of tho year tbo tramp
Etoors clear of tlio farmer, who wants help.
When you sea a pretty woman laugMnR
nil tho tlmo you may bo suro sho either
lias a vory Rood temper or very good tooth.
Homo of Eccentricities.
To tho averBKo coal region town, and
particularly to tho residents of Shonan-
doab, Boston must certainly appear as tho
homo of eccentricities. A recent law mado
it incumbont on liquor drinkers to do their
imbibing wbilo seated at a table. All
drinking had to bo done seatod and tho
system thus onforced benmo to repugnant
that tho law was repealed in compliance
with a storm of demands. Now nil drink
ing in saloons must be dono whilo tho
drinkor ttands erect, or, wo presume, until
ho becomes 60 full that ho rolls on tho floor.
Wo doubt this law will in duo timo bo ro
poalod and liquor drinking allowod only
whilo an indulgor is on his back on tho
floor of a saloon. Huston must bo original
oven if it is ridiculous in such matters. In
Schuylkill county circumstances rather
than tho law regulates the manner of
drinking. Mitiersvillc Free 1'rets.
Its Excollont Qualities
Commond to public approval tho California
liquid fruit reinody Sirup of Figs. It is
pleasing to tho oye, and to tho taste and by
gently acting on tho kidnoys, llvor and
bowels, cleansing tho systom efleclually,
thereby promoting the health and comfort
of all who use it.
Tho National Guard of Warsaw will
hold a picnic at Columbia Park on JunoU'J.
Thoro will be a parado in tho morning at
10 o'clock. Tho dancing platform will ha
in first class condition and music will bo
furnished by tho famous Schoppo orchestra,
Oomplotod to Deadwood.
Tho Hurlington lloute, 0., 11. & Q. 11. K
from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, is now
completod, and daily pasengor trains nro
running through Lincoln, Nob., and
Custor, S. 15., to Deadwood. Also to Now
castlo, Wyoming. Slooping cars to Doad
DAVIES. On tho 22nd Inst., at Shon
andoah, Pa., Elizabeth, widow of tho lato
lUoso Davies, aged 07 yoars. Funornl will
tako placu on Thursday, 25th inst., at 10
n. m., and proceod to St. Clair, whoro in
torment will ho made. Friends and rela'
lives respectfully invited to attend. 2t
Juno 29. Picnic at Columbia Park by
National Guard of Warsaw.
July 4 Grand Carnival nnd picnic by
Columbia IIoso Stoara Firo Engino Com
July 20th. Festival and entertainment;
Robblns' Opera house, under tho ausplcoa
of Silver Wavo Castlo, A. O. K. of M. 0,
You can obtain a pack of host quality
playing cards by tending flfteon conta In
postage to P. S. Eustls, Gon'l Pass. Agt.
II., 0. & O.K. It. Chicago, 111. tf
' A Glorious Bocord.
Hlneo the Introduction of tho Famous ran-
Tina Cough and Consumption Cure ml his
vicinity, the dentil ralo Irom Conxumptlon
Jis (Ui'rwuiwi wonderfully; It never full to
effect a cure, aim Is the liesl cough medicine.
Try It. Trial bottles free at JCirllu's drug
Spectacles to suit nil oyos at F. J. Portz's
book and stationery store, 21 North Main
WALL PAPER !
A. OAIILOAD JUST AIUUVED AT
Embossed 12 l-2c
Whitlow Shades, spring rollors..25c
Curtain Poles 25c
22 East Centre St., Shenanaoqh,
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
A Break Down.
Thoonglno of the I.ohlgh vally p&sson-
gcr truln that leaves here at 6:20 p. m.
broko down last night a little east of this
borough, Aflor n doWy of about half an
hour another ongino was secured and tho
train proceeded on Its Journey,
Mrs. Elizabeth Davios, widow of tho
Into Heoeo Davies, diod yesierday at her
roddonco on Mayberry alloy. Tho de
ceased was 07 years of ago and loft seven
children, flvo sons and two daughters, all
grown up nnd residents of town, with tho
exception of one daughter, who retidea in
Tho case of JainusO'ilricn, Luko Wolsb,
Morgan Sands, Ellon Morrison and Annie
Miller, who wore arrostod in Ferguson's
theatre at an early hour Sunday morning,
wore boforo 'Snuiro Williams again lakt
night and settled tho caso by paying all
costs of the prosecution.
Largo, Rich and Doliolous.
John Coslott, tho South Main street fruit
and green truck dealer, yesterday received
a slock of tho largest strawberrlos seen In
this town this scaton. John sent tho Her
ald editor sotio to bo sampled. They
wore pronounced as sweet and tootbsoma
a? they wore large, and they wore very
much enjoyed. John has our thanks.
Tho Oruahor Arrives.
Supcrvis ir Llowollyn was in high gleo
this morning. Tho much-talkod-nf stono
crushor arrived from Pittsburg. It is
heavy arrangement, weighing 7.400 pounds
and has a capacity for crushing from 7 to 11
tons of rock per hour. Llowollyn said this
morning that tho crushor will bo removed
to its intondod location, near tho water
tanks of tbo Indian Kid go colliery, to
morrow and will bo in working order by
Saturday. Tho ongino to beusod in operat
ing tho crusher is of 12-horso power.
A Wondorful Succosa.
Wo desiro to correct our slntement in
yesterday's issue concerning the visit and
exhibition of tho Kynl Museum, inasmuch
as wo are informed by tho proprietor that
tho museum has beon ontiroly reconstructed
and is now very much largor and more
complete than over. It will be open daily
from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. for gi ntlomon, and
Friday afternoon, from 2 to 0 p. m., for
adies. As tho museum will remain here
nly this week tho prico of admission has
been reduced irom 23 conts to 16 cents, in
rdor to bring it within tho reach of every
body and, wo would say, that no one
hould miss tho opportunity offered to seo
this wonderful exhibition.
THE HALF-HOLIDAY LAW.
Banking and Other Busine&s Un
der tho Law.
Tho now half-holiday act, which was
signod by Governor Pattison on May 7,
last, went into effect on Saturday. This is
an act designating the daye and half days
to bo observed as legal holidays, and for
tho payment, ncceptanco and protesting o
bills, notes, drafts, checks and other
negotiable paper on such days.
This now law provides that ovory Satur
day after 12 o'clock noon until 12 o'clock
midnight, from and including tho 16th day
of Juno until and including the 16lh day of
Septombor, bo designated a half holiday,
and as regards the presonting for payment
or acceptance, and as regards tho protesting
and giving notice of tho dishonor of bills
of oxchango, checks, drafta and promissory
notes mado after tho passago of this act, be
troatod and considorod as half holidays,
and all such bills, chocks, drafts and notes
otherwise pros ontahlo for acceptance or pay
ment on any of tho said days, shall bo
decmod to bo payable, and be presontablo
for acceptance or payment, at or boforo 12
o'clock noon of such half holiday.
Tho now law provides "that for tho pur
pose of protesting or holding llahlo a party
to a bill of oxchango, chock, dralt or pro.
missory nolo, and which shall not have
beon paid boforo 12 o'clock noon of any
Saturday designated a half holiday, a do
mand of acceptance or paymont may bo
mado nt any timo on Saturday after noon,
nnd notice of protest or dishonor may bo
given on tho next succeeding business day,
with tho llko offect as if it had beon given
It also stipulates "that when any person,
firm, corporation or company shall on any
Saturday rocolvo for collection any chock,
bill of oxchango, draft or promissory noto,
such poreon, firm, corporation or company
shall not bo deemed hUilty of any neglect
or omission of duly nor incur any liability
In not presenting for puyment or accept'
ance, or collecting such check, bill of ux
chango, draft or promissory noto on that
day, and that nothing horoln contained
shall bo construed to prevont or invalidate
tho entry, issuance, service or execution of
any writ, summons, confession or judgmont
or other legal procosa on any of tho Satur
day afternoons, nor to prevent any bank
from kooping its doors open or transacting
its businohs on any of tbo said Saturday
afternoons, If, by a vote of IU diroctors, it
elects to do so."
Will Bo Given Away.
Our enternrlslnirdrueelst C. 11. Haeenbuch
who curie the finest Block of drugs, pel
turneries, toilet articles, brushes, sponges, eto ,
in icivine away u lurice uumucr ui mm uouhu
of Or. Miles' celebrated Hestoratlve Nervine,
He guarantees It to cure headache, dizziness.
nervous prostration, sleeplessness, the 111
eirects of spirits, tobacco, eoflee, etc. Drug
gists say II Is the greatest seller they ever
knew, uud Is unlvcnully satisfactory. They
also guarantee Dr. Miles' New Hearfure lu
nil eases of Dt rvous or organic heart disease,
I'Kti'iLuiiuu, uuu m siue, btiiuui rtutt, eic.
nneuooKou "nervous aud Heart Diseases'
The largest stock of wall paper and
window shades over received In this town,
or county. Good selection, nt 1'. J. Portz'a
cook and stationery store. 8-20-tf
, Jars for canning and tumblers for pro
sorvoa are now in demand.
Best domot shirt in town, at "Tbo
Famous" clothing houeo, 60c. Shifting
pants from 76c, up.
Spoiled by Bain.
Tho Grant Cornet lland went to Wm.
I'onn last night to attend tho picnic of tho
band at that place Shortly after their ar
rival tho rain poured In torronta, spoiling
tho picnic and sending tho visitors homo
Tho Lakoslde Elstoddfod.
A soloction waa mado last night for tbo
soprano solo contest. It la "Yo Breezes
That Blow," from Dr. Parry'a "Blodwon."
A selection for the band contost has not
beon made, but will bo announced In a few
Tho Shenandoah Choral Union will
meet in Mellet's (formerly Nice's) hall,
East Centre stroet, on Sunday evening, at
8 o'clock, to prepare for tho Lakeside eis
Tho first open-air eisteddfod ovor hold In
America by tho Welsh was hold at Wilkes
Barre last Saturday. The highest prize of
fered was f30. It waa attended by nearly
6,000 people. Tho opon-air eisteddfod to
bo hold at Lakesldo on August 16th, next,
will ho the first over held in this section of
tho state and the second In tho history of tho
General D.in!"l II. Ilastlngs waa one of
the presiding officers nt tho Wilkos-Barre
open-air oisteddfodon Saturday, nnd during
lila addrosa ho dwelt upon tho influence of
Wolshmen In America. He referred to
President Harrison as of Welsh descent, to
Ex-Poslmalor General Thomas L. James,
President Huberts, of the Pennsylvania H.
R. system and seventeen of tho names on
tho constitution that gave Amonci inde
pendence woro descendants ol Welshmen.
Alio eight Pieoidents, fourteen goneral of
tho Revolution, nnd one, General Thomas,
in tho lato war, who lid tho troops to
victory at Nahville.
Tho undersigned, desiring to retire from bus
iness, will dispose of hts Mock of dry goods,
groceries Ac, cheap. Purchaser can nUo -ent
the slore room at reasounblo terms The
stand Is a gnod one nnd iu the hauds of a live
man can be made profitable,
T. O. AVIS,
o-io tr ioo Morlli Jardin St.
A grand opportunity for Joining a new
The Beneficial Order of Equity,
A fraternal society for both sexes.
Pays From $200 to $5,000 !
IN SIX YIIA11S.
Advances mouev to buy homes, cancels the
ndebtedness In caie of disability or death.
paya Nick and death beiieflts.
roriunuer parucuiais can on or unuress,
Iieputy Supreme President,
32 N. Slain Bt., Hhenudoah, Pa.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old Bland,)
Corner ConI and JiircIlnJSls.
Mr. Huydcr will always keen In stock a fine
Hue of booM and shoes.
Custom "Worlt mid Repairing
done In the best style. He guarantees to Bell
cheaper than competitors ou Main street who
nave nig renis 10 pay, ana guarantees u genu
ine bargain on every purchase.
M. S, SCHEIDER'S
South lUniii St., SlieiumrtoaU
Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies.
GRAHAM BIIEAD A Bl'ECIAlA'V.
eu- A'flue Hue of Confectionery. Kino Ice
Cream t'arlors attached.
A. W. Leiseimng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisennng, Cashier,
S.W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 PER GENT. INTEREST I
Pnlct nit HuvIiicb neiioHltn.
PCIITP for a Window Hhade.
uuu 1 a others for Mo. 45o. fine.
65c, 75o aud upwards. Hhades made
lor Btorcs anil private dwellings. Cus
tomers desldlne only tbe fixtures or
maiiiDj uyiueyara can be ncoom
C. D. Frwke, 10 South Jardin St,
"17011 BALE A youiitr linrse. Ap
A. ply nt Ludlg's stationary store. 0-lMf
WANTED. A boy to learn the
harbor trade. Apply to William Itamer,
corner of Main and Oak streets. 022 tt
BOAUDEIIS WANTED. - Steady
boarders, or for meals only. Good loca
tion nnd first-class accommodations. Apply
at Mi Hbeeler's, No. 110 N. Main street, Hhen
nndoah, I'a, 0-6 lm
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of the most desirable proper
ties on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply nt Itowse's grocery store, cor
ner Jardlu and Oak streets. Hhenandoah, l'a.
FOR RENT. Three first class
dwelllnifs, with bathrooms, in Krancy's
row. Just added a larger and separate yard
for each house. They will be painted aud
papered lo suit good tenants. 0-21-lw
FAN ISO -An active reliable man
VV salary 870 10 SHo monthly, with In
crease, to rcpreient In bis own secilon a re
sponsible New York House, llelerences.
MANOFAOTCnKR, L00R Dox 1583, New York.
FOR RENT Store and building
now occupied by the ShenundonH
Bakery Co. lor 11111 'iifacturlng ant retail
laudy business. Two floors 0)xS0 feet. Apply
to J. J. Franey. 5-10 tf
"I7OR SAIjE. A liumbfir of st'cond
JL hand desas Ir good condition lor sale by
the Shenandoah School IJonrd. Apply to the
following committee Tor additional rartlcu
hits. H. A DAVKNPOIIT,
W. l WILLIAMS,
Is located at
No. 14 North White Street
Having hnn his gallery greatly improved, he
Is nmvlietler piepAred than ever to meet
tho wants of the public In the photo
graphic Hue. The best photo
graphs at lowest prices.
Crayon Work a Specialty.
Green Truck, Fine Groceries,
Delaware roe shad and other fresh fish right
from tho boaU on f 'rldys. Fresh
Groeps from the South.
Evan's Building, E. Centre St.
(J. B. milla ns'old stand)
Everything new and -"res,!!. Goods delivered
to any p.irtoftown.
R. C. KNIGHT & .SON.
Attention, House Gleaners !
The warm weather is here, nnd hoiiie
Aim at auoli tlmcH most everyhouy needs sometlilntr to urlgnten
up the home, so if you need a good carpet of either
Veiuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussei,
TWO OR THIlim-PLY rKGieAKK,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS !
You can Hud a full assortment at PRIOE'S.
Window Shades, Floor and Table Oilcloths and Linoleums of all grades.
Prices caunot be beaten whtin quality is considered.
No misrepresentation one prico to all.
. J. PRICES'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
With a manufacturing de
partment in fullblast.our bank
withstand.3 tho run.
Wo have mado the New Store,
cor. 13th and Chestnut Sts., a
"safe deposit" for your money
when in need of Clothing. Tho
daily rush proves tho "trust"
of the public in our goods. The
stock is right, tho prises are
right wo hold tho lead.
Now Only Corner 13th
PRICES AT " THE FAMOUS!"
Men's nil-wool Cheviot Bulta $8.00
" " Worsted Sults.,,...10,00
Boys1 " " 7.6P
" " Cheviot SultB 5.60
And every thin-r else in our lino you
We sell the best60o Domet
ONE-PRICE . OLOTHIlsra
No. 11 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
You can get the best and
cheapest HATS AND
CAPS iu tiwn. He
Iinxjust received n full
From 5c to $.
Also a nice lino of light
colored lint, derby and
noft. A Dice light col
ored derby hat, $1.25
Light colored soft hut
for 60 cents.
You will find cheapest
lino of TRUNKS and
Bnchels in town; also
Oum Coats selling
tli em ofl at roat. Six
dozen neckties at 25a a
piece, worth 40c.
Nlre line of Gents' Underwear at
7"oault. Headquarters for -urn
mer Shirts nnd Boys' Waists.
19 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Neat, Cheap and Stylish
Strawrilat from 20c to 1.50
Short Spray Flowers 60 to 1,00
Wreaths .Mo to 1.75
Infants' Christening Itobo, 05c to $3
Infants' long und short coats. ..51,2.3
up to &5.50.
60,000 LADIES WEAR
Why don't yon wear one?
NELLY BLY CAPS !
All Colors, at 3) cents.
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line ot
Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty of
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson CapB.
e BAST OEJISTXItB ST.
- cleanlug Is the next thing in order.
A 11 tin 011 Our Itaiilc.
and CHESTNUT Streets.
Children's Suits $1 upwards'
Kuee Pauts 20o "
Buteon Shirts GOo "
Men's shirting shirts .7So "
Best necktie iu town , , 25o
will find down to the lowest prices.
Shirt iu town. Merchant
11 IT' 1
Still at the Old Stand
East Centre St., Shenandoah.
Better prepared than ever to servo our man y
patrons with a superior quality of
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream,
Confectionery of all Kinds,
Open on Saturday Evenings Until Midnight.
Open on other evenings (?nnaoy raoentod)
umu it o'ciocir.
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS.
A. J. GALLAGHEE,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages aud Bonds written.
.mriugu licenses ana legal claims
promptly attended to.
Real Estate, Collection anil Insurance Agency.
General Fire Insurance Business. Represents
mo iwiiuncawm ijuw insurance uo.
Oirirtimi Mnlrlnnt.'.. tiiitMinM r. .
aud West Bis., Blienaudoah, l'a.
Good Hroperties of All Kinds For Sale.
I. A two story double frame dwelling house,
siorcand restaurant, ou East i.'eutreBt.
2. A dwelling aud restaurant on East Centra
3. Desirable property od corner Centre and
uiuuiu sireeis, suiuioie lor Business pur
i. A two story double fratua dwelling, ou
5. Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cen
0. Two 2 story dwelling on tho corner ot
uuui auu uuenui streets more room In
7. Two-story single house ou North Chestnut
street, with a large warehouse at tho rear.
8. Three two-siory double frame buildings
wu.w ui mujuiiuu wiiuen sireei43.
John R. Coyle,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE BaDDALiVs Building,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
i-A two and one-half story double frame
dwelling house, with store-room and res
taurant. Located on East Centre street.
3-A valuable property located on South Jar-
3-Beven dwelling houses at tho corner of Gll-P
ueri anu ijioya streeu. Uood Investment .
JUST OPENED UP
a big lot of
among which are some lovely tea well worth
60c. We have determined to rush
them oil' for 28c. Come
early II you wish
to secure one.
THIS OFFEH ONLY GOOD
Uutil SATURDAY, JUNE 13.
OUR TINWARE COUNTERS
are shining with bargains. You'll be nmaied
toeee whatSor lOcenU will buy. Weliave
everything In tinware from a tin cup
to a wash boiler, or from a flour
scoop to a bread raiser.
Duncan 8c Waidley,
No. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
221 W. Ce.itro Street.
Formerly kept by MrB. Oinvllle, Tho abovo
hotel Is now liept by
JOHN V. "WUEKS,
Formerly of the Keystone Hotel, GUberton
Best of accommodations for
Permanent and Transient Guest
Tho bar I J stocked with the best brands of
ciga.s, ale, beer, porter aud liquors.
EXCELLENT FItEE LUNCH COUNTER.
109 EaBT CENTRE BT
Beer, Whiskeys, Brandies, Porter,
WINES AND OIOABS
or the finest branfi. Music furnished or
balls and parties, fi am one to five pieces.
K. BRIOICER, M. B.,
PJtY&ICIAN AND SLRGEON,
No; 0 East Centre Btreet; Mahanoy City, Fa.
Bktnandall special dlsoaaea a specialty.
J R. OOYWK
' A TIOBNEY'A T.LAW.
orace-Bedilall'j bnlldhiK.coraer Main na Centre
j" h roMKttor,
A TIQRNEY.A T-LA W.
JMco-J!eddll'i taollotlnc earner Main uj Ccnli