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Picnics and Outings!
Severn, the Grocer, is head
quarters for fine Cheese, Fruits
and VegetableSjCanned Meats,
Pickles, Crackers, Cakes, Con
densed Milk, etc., suitable for
picnics and excursions.
'Al new and fresh goods.
Cor.'Centre and White Streets.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WKKKLY.
Get out the fly screens.
Nice rain last ovoning.
Oysters are still on sale.
Strawberries and cream.
Ilousecleaning is about ovor.
Memorial day to-day a wook. 'fKZl
Commencement season approaches.
Savo tho flowers for Decoration D&y.'fcfel
Sunday schools aro r-lannifg picnics.
I JFUhormen continue to usb. butthoyget
(Straw berries are somewhat plenty but
not very nice.
This year's crop of pineapples are tho
finest ever seen in our inarkots, and thoy
aro very cheap, too.
Tho Grant Cornet Band jfflllhoid its
sixth annual picnic in OolumbiaPiirtTon
May 30tb. C-8-3w
" John A. Reilly has beautified the front
of his fino building on Main street by hav
ing It painted.
Tho faro to Lakeside, round trip, from
Shonandoah, to attend tho Social Club's
picnic, is only 35 cents.
The favorable impression produced on
tho first appearance of the agreeablo liquid
fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a fowCyoars
neo has been more than conflrmodjtby tho
pleasant experience of all who havo used
it, and tho success of tho proprietors and
manufacturers the California Fig SSyrup
Costing from 15 to 25 cents each, at tho
uniform prico of 5 cents, at Max lieeso's.
Ii what ovorybody says ;of tho display of
neckwear at "Tho Famous" j a 50c tio for
You can obtain a pack of best quality
playing cards by sending fifteen cents in
postage to P. S. Eustis, Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
B.. 0. & O.K. It. Chicago, 111. tf
The largest stock of wall paper and
window shades over roceivod in this town,
or county. Good selection, at F. J. Portz's
took and stationery storo. 3-20-tf
A lot of fishing tacklo received a Uttlo
late will bo sold below cost. Call before
coing elsewhere to secure bargains. Max
Reoso, East Centra street. 5-15-tf
Completed to Deadwood.
Tho Burlington Route, 0., B. & Q. R. 11
from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, is now
completed, and daily passenger trains aro
running through Lincoln, Neb., and
Custer, S. D., to Deadwood. Also to New.
castle. "Wyoming. Slooping cars to Dead-
May 30. Ice cream and strawberry fo6'
tival in Bobbins' opera houso for tho bene
fit of tho Trinity Reformod church.
May 30 Grant Band picnic at Columbia
May 80 Picnic of tho Junior Social
Club of tho Shenandoah High School, at
Lakoeido Park, (East Mahanoy Junction)
Juno 2. Ice croam and strawberry fes
tival, Itobbins' opera house: benefit of
English Lutheran church.
June 8 Demorest Contest and entertain
tnent; Forguson's theatre, 8 o'clock p.m.
July d Grand Carnival and picnic by
Columbia Hose Steam Firo Engine. Com
To Our Readers.
Are you troubled with Consumption or a
deep seated Gold, If so tnlce healthy exercise,
live In open air, use 1'au-Tina Cough and
Consumption uure. ana no curea. uon i
delay. Trial bottles free at Klrlln's drug store,
Best work done at Brennan's steam
laundry. Everything white andspotloss,
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar
Grant Band picnio May 80th. 6-8-8w
A CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED AT
Embossed 12 l-2o
"Windtfw Shades, spring rollors..25o
Curtain Poles 25 o
22 East Centra St., Shenandoah,
CiHAS.1T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
An Ico cream festival will bo hold In
Robbing opera homo on ttio oventnjr. ot
May 80th, under the auspices of tbo
Trinity Hoformed church. A largo num
ber of ticket bavo already been sola.
Schoidor Bros, have openod (a now
bakery at 27 South Main stroot, whero you
can get frosh bread, cakes, candy and lco
cream. Givo thorn a call. C-5 3m
A Domorost contest and entertainment
will bo hold In Ferguson's thoatro on Wed
nesday, June 3rd., commencing at 8 p. m,
A number of young peoplo will participate
and thq oxorcisos promise to bo very inter
A Turkish Missionary.
Tho Ilev. M. Mosropin, a missionary
from Turkey, will lecturo in tho English
Baptist church on Monday ovoning. Ho
will appoar in Turkish costume, mannors,
religion, etc., and will sing in sovoral dif
ferent languages. Tho lecturo will begin
at 7:30. A collection will bo taken at the
Tho following are among tho ministerial
appointments made by tho Primltivo
Methodist conference, iust closod its annual
session at Scranton : Shenandoah. H. G.
Russell; Mahanoy City, W. II. Acornloy j
Gilberlon, 0. II. Higginson j Girardvillo,
GeorgoBall; Tamaqua, A. Humphries
St. Clair, 0. M. Cousens.
Steamship tickets, with best Jand fastest
steamers, from Shenandoah to Liverpool,
oniy?ii. ibis includes railroad faro to
New York. Also, railroad tickots to all
parts of the West, South and Southwest,
at Max Rkkse's, railroad and stoaraship
otlico, 10 West Centra stroot, Ferguson
Hotel block, Shenandoah. tf
A Family Jar.
y asu nyuroyic, a Hungarian, was ar
rested last night by Policoman Connora
for beating his wife. Ho was given a Soar
ing bororo 'Squire Shoemaker and com.
mitted to jail, but before ho loft tbo offlco
tho wife offered to withdraw tho suit if her
spouso would plodgo himself not to swear
at her. Tho condition wa3 agreed to and
tho couple wont homo minus tho costs that
usually attend such affairs.
Mrs. E. W. Wildo left town this morn-
ing to visit rolatives in Philadelphia.
Miss Dell Shafer has boon spending sov
era) days with friends below tbo mountain.
Harry Preston spent to-day in Mt. Car
mel, looking after the interests of his
Rov. D. B. Troibley, of tho English
Lutheran; church, loft town yestorda;
afternoon for Sharnokin, to attend to some
business, and will probably remain there
Mr. Chas. B. Shustor, tho gonial clerk
at the Ferguson Houso, Shenandoah, is a
valuablo adjunct to that hostelry into which
Mino Host Hutchison has injected a new
and trosn atmospnero. Tho t erguson is
tho leading hotel in tho Schuylkill region
by great odds. Republican.
William Leckie, formerly of this bor
ogh, wa'. pleasantly entertained by Ply
mouth Lodge, No. 832, F. & A. Y. M,
at a celebration held in their lodge room.
Guests wro present from all sections of
tho state, and the Plymouth brethern en
tertained the boys in royal good stylo.
Rev. D. S. Thomas, of Edwardsdale,
formerly pastor of tho local Welsh Baptist
church, and Rov. William H. DaVis, of
Nanticoko, spont last night in town with
Thomas S. Roborts, of East Coal street,
and loft for Ashland this morning to at'
tond tho Welsh Baptist Association meet
BILLS OF PARE.
A Pew Useful Hints for Local
Tho following bills of faro have beon pre
pared with all duo attention to economy
and hoalth and may bo of use to many
housekeepers in town who may bo In doubt
as to what to provide for the Sunday and
Orangos. Boiled Oats with Cream.
Graham Gems. Maple Syrup,
Wheat Bread. Cocoa.
Beef Stoak. Boiled Potatoes. Lettuco.
Brown and Whito Broad.
Boilod Rico with Milk and Sugar.
Bread and Milk. Cake,
Warmed Potaloos. Boiled Eggs.
Pop Overs. Apple Sauce.
Bread. Cereal Ciffw.
Baked Boans. Brown Bread
Baked Indiau Pudding with Sweetened
Whito Bread. Button Berries.
One Egg Cake. Milk.
Frozen Oysters. Rig Oyster Stows,
fried Oystors. Codfish Cakes.
Little Neck Clams. Fried Clams.
Olam Soup. Frlod Tripo.
Ham and Eggs.
Sheep Tongue. Cream Oyster Stows.
Vanilla, Strawberry and Chocolate Ico
The Amcrlcau people are rapidly becoming
a race of nervous wrecks, and the following
suggests the best re edy : Alphonso Itempll
lng, of Duller, la., fcwturs that when his Bon
was speechless from tit. Vitus dance Dr.
Miles' great Hestoratlve Nervine curtd him.
Mrs. J. it Miller, of Vlrarulio, und J. D.
Taylor, of Logausport, Ind., oaoa gained 00
pounds from taking it. Mrs. 11. A. linrdner,
of Vistula, Xud., was cured of 40 to 00 con
vulsions a day, and inuuli headach?, dlzzl
netg. backache and nervous iiroslratloii by
one bottle. Trial bottles, and flue bocks of
marvolous cures, free at C. 11. iiageut uch,
the druggist, who recommends ana guaran
tees this uncqualod remedy.
Q. A. R. Sorvlco.
Tho members of Watkln Wators Post,
No. 140, G. A. R., will meet iu tho Post
room at 5 o'clock to-morrow evening to
attend special divine service.
Hon. Charles F. King, of Mahanoy City,
has boon appointed trustoo of tho Miners
Hospital at Fountain Springs, vice William
Death of an Old Resident.
Isaacher M. Blaker. one of tho oldest
rosidonts of tho town, diod at his homo on
North Bowers stroot this morning. His
ago was GO years, 6 months and 19 days
and ho had resided in tho town sinco
March, 1809. He was born noar Newtown,
Bucks county, and was in tho employ ot
tho Robbins family at this and otnor
places for ovoi 'hirty years. Death was
duo to Bright's diseaso of tho ttldncys.
His wife and threo sons, 0. & I. Police
man John W. Blakor and Charlo3 W. and
Joseph P. Blaker, survive to mourn his
dnth. Mr. Blakor was a member of
W.-Mn-t finnin. No. 200. P. O. b. 01
A., and was for a number of yoars a mom-
bor of the old local lodge of the Knights of
Pythias and settled its affairs when it wont
out of oxistence. The lunerai wm
placo on Tuesday, 20th inst., at 2 p. m.
Services will bo held in tno i,vnnKuii.;m
church, of which the deceasod was a mem
ber. The interment will bo mado in wjb
Odd Follows' cemetery.
THE MULE KILLED,
And the Driver had a Very Nar
wwin .limns Brodorick. a driver em-
intMMi ot. Tndlan Ridso colliery, wascross
incr iho railroad track under tho breaker
M'"J" " . i .
this morning, a train of light cars, which
were being pushed on to tno ngm irac.
struck and Instantly Wiled tno muio anu
demolished tho cart. Brodorick escaped
injury. Tho mulo was so badly mangled it
was difficult to romovo us carina
benoath tho dorailod cars, xno acciueni
was due to tho driver's failure to see tho ap
proach of tho train.
CATCHING PIGEON THIEVES.
Causht in Otto Carl's Stable Last
At about half past nino o'clock last
night Otto Carl, tho iSast coniro sin.ei
butcher, was called out oi nis nouso w u.o
stable, where spocial ouicor rea. n. Hop
kins had trapped throe pigeon tmeves.
Policeman Phalon was summoned and he
and Hopkins took tho lnvaaors oeiuro
'Squiro Monaghan. They were throe
youths named josoph McDonnell, Patrick
Carroll and William iJieneman. aiwra
hearing thoy were committed for trial.
Bieneman at once furnished fcduu ban ana
the others gavo the 6amo amount of socurity
after spending a fow hours in tho lockup.
Tho young worthios got into tho stable by
forcing tho lock of tho door.
Still at the Old Stand
East Centre St., Shenandoah.
Better prepated than ever to serve our many
patrons with a superior quality o
Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream,
Confectionery of all Kinds
PARTUS. PIC-NICS & FESTIVALS
SUPPLIED ON SHOUT NOTXOU.
47- Open on Saturday evenings until mid
night. Open on other evenings (Sunday ex.
opted) until 11 o'clock. Closed on Sundays.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot' and Shoe Store,
(Masteller'a old stand,)
Corner Coal nm! Jnrdlu OtB.
Mr. Snyder will always keep In stock a tine
line of boots and shoes.
Custom Worlc nud Itepnlrlugr
done in the best stylo, lie guarantees to sell
cheaper than competitors oil Main street who
have big rentu to pay. and guarantees a genu
ine bargalu on every purchase.
WANTED A good, strong boy tr.
Unm the printing business, Apply at
FOR SALE A frame house, wltli
stabling, No. 815 E. Centre St. Anplyto
Mi V Conry. 6-21-1 w
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One of the most desirable proper
ties on West Oak street, for nale on reasonable
terms. Apply at Kowse's grocery store, cor
ner Jardln and Oak streetH. Bhenandoah, I'a
FOR SALE An eight-room frame
dwelling on llaspberry alley, at the rear
of tho Greek C.tthollo church. Apply tu
M'atrlck JlcCue. 6-22-lw
lFAN I'ED-An Active reliable man
V salary $70 to Bo monthly, with In
crease, to represent In his own section a re-
snousioie now xorK Mouse, ueiereuces.
Manufacturer, Look, liax 1585, New York
T70R RENT Store nud building
nuw ucuuinuu uv liib mien innrmn
uaitery co. lor ma uiacturlng an l retal
oanciy business. Two floors OixSOfeot. Aoply
to J. J. Frauey. 5-10 tf
AUHAND OFFER. For Palo, at
halt price, a cabinet organ, good as new,
one new Iienter, and a pood sewing machine.
Inquire ol Mrs. CmiiiIck, Coffee iloufo. Nortu
in 11 in sircei, oneniiuciotui. o-ra-lw
TDROPOSALS Pronosals will be re
JL colved bp the undersigned committee up
wjiuj' w, losi, ior raising 1110 iirsiwnra
school liulldlus threo feet. ANn for exnn.vii.t-
ingatd theronstructlonof a stone wall under
the same Tho rlht to reject nay or nil bids
Is reserved. Addlllonnt lutormntlon can be
ouuuneu upon application to the committee,
ii. a. davkm'ort,
h. j. muxpoon,
5-14-1U William htein,
CHARTER NOTICE. Notice is
hereby given that nu application will be
mado lolheCourtof Common Pleas of Pchuyl
kill county on Monday, May 25, A. L). 18U1, at
10 o'clock, in the forenoon, under tho "Corpo
ration act of tho Commonwealth of Pa., ap
proved April 29, 1874." add the smipl' meuts
thtreio, for the charter of nn Intended cor
poration to be called "Pulaski Citizens' Bene
ficial Society of the United dtate3 of Amer
ica." Bald association is to be located at
Shenandoah, Pa., and to have for lis object
the malntenanre of a society for social, edu
cational and benedclal purposes 10 Its mem
bers from funds collected therein.
H. G. M HOLLOPETEK,
Attorney for Applicants
PHENANJJOAH, Pa., April 30. '01. (1-30-Sw
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IN THE DAMS !
Belonging to the
Shenandoah Water Company,
and nil parties caught violating this notlco
Prosecuted as Trespassers.
By order of
for a Window Mhade.
Others for Sic. 43c. fiflc.
65c, 75o and upwards. Shades made
lor stores and private dwellings. Cus
tomers desldlng only the fixtures or
shading by the yard can bo accom
modated. Fncke, 10 South Jardin St,
Attention, House Gleaners !
The warm weather is here, and house
And at such times most, everybody needs something to brighten
- Up the home, so if you need a good carpet of either
Veuet, Moquett, Body
TWO Oil THREE-PLY INGRAIN)
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS
You can find a full assortment at PRICE'S.
Lace Curtains. Carta
Wlndo'vy Shades, Floor and Table Oiloloths and Linoleums of all grades.
Prices caunot be beaten when quality is considered,
No misrepresentation one price to all.
PRICK'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
A Difference in Material
A Material Difference
Examine our stock of Men's, Boys' and Child
ren's CLOTHING. It will cost you nothing
if you do not purchase, and if you do find any
thing to suit your taste you can buy it at the
A 50c NECKTIE FOR 25 GENTS.
No. 11 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
HATS and CAPS
Scanlan's Hat and Cap Store.
Just drop In and see his 81 Stiff hats. They
ueatanyimng m iho maraei. 1uer0iH u
a great run at Scanlan's for his 23 cent
neckwear nil new styles. Uood
working shirts lorBOc, also good
white shins for 60 cents.
Scanlan Carries (he Celebrated Tearl Shirt.
Best made and bestflttlng shirt In the mar
ket. Headquarters lor Children's Jockey
Hats and Caps lor !15c, also 11 big line of
girls' Nelllo Blys lor 25c. Large lino
of Overalls aiidSutnmarOutlog
Hlilrts for25c. Hoys' waists,
25c. Ail goods reduced
according to times.
19 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
A. W. Leisenrmg, Pres.,
P. J. 'Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrmg, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass't Cashier.
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST I
Tnltl ou Havtiijrs Deposits.
A T10RNEY-A T-LA W,
OOlo BeJdll'r bnlldlne corner Mln nd Oralf
- cleaning is the nest thing in order.
or Tapestry Brussef,
in Poles of a
A difference in material makes a
First National Bank.
material difference. Low values and
prices benefit nobody in the
long run. Wo make your dollar
count by giving you its full value
Good, Honest Goods.
With Clothing that is durable,
Cnttmg that is intelligent and a
Making and Finish of the best, we
sure ot your continued custom.
Cor. 13th and Chestnut Streets.
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Bonds written.
iarriage licenses ana legal oiaiiu.
promptly nttended to.
Ileal Estate, Collodion and losurance Agency.
Oeneral Fire Insurance Business. Represents
me .worm western i,ife insurance Co.
OFFICE Miildnnn',, hnllriltifr. nnrtiAr rjmtm
and West Sis., Bhenandoah, Pa,
Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale.
1. A two-story double frame dwelling house.
storo nud restaurant, on East '.'entrust.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on East Oantm
:). Desirable property on oorner Centre and
Jardln streets, sut table for business pur
poses. 1. A two story double Irame dwalllnir. on
West Lloyd street.
5. Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cen-
11 o Bireei.
-Two 2-story dwellings on the corner ot
Coal and Chestnut streets Rtoro room in
7. Two-story slnglo house on North Chestnut
street, with a large warehouse at the rear.
s. Throe two-slory.double frame bulldlnca
corner of Lloyd and Ullbort streets.
John R. Coule.
, AND t
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE Beddall's Building,
CoMaln and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
-A two and one-half story double frame
dwolllng houso, with store-room and res
taurant. Located on East Contro street.
-A valuable properly located on South Jar
-Seven dwelling houses at the corner of Gil
bert and Lloyd streets. Good Investment.
ENORMOUS PILE OP
DUNCAN & WAIDLEY'S
At a sacrlflco.
Handsome designs and new. Won
Worth J50C. In ord fir tn enll fV,
quick we huve shaved the price down
ESy-Don't let thlo
Duncan & Waidley,
tlo. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa,
Is located ot
No. 14 North White Street.
Having nan his gallery greatly improved, hv
la uuv.uui'iur iirupareu man over lo ni(
the wants of the public iu thopbotO'
graphic line. The best photo
graphs at lowest prices.
Crayon Work a Specialty.
Green Truck, Fino Groceries,
Delaware roe shad and other fresh fish right
iruiu iuu uuiiih uu riuays. f resu
Greens from the South.
Evan's Building, E. Centre St.
J. S. Willia u' old ttand)
Everything new and 'resh. Goods delivered
io any p in oi lown.
R. C. KNIGHT & SOKT.
22 W. Centre Street,
Formerly Kept by Mrs. 0 mvllle. Tho aboro
hotel is now kept by
JOHN W. WEEKS,
Formerly of the Keystone Hotel, Gllbortoi!?
isestoi accoininuuvuuus lur
Permanent end Transient Guest
The bar I a stocked with the best brands ot
clgo .s, ale, beer, porter and liquors.
EXCELLENT FREE LUNOH COUNTER.
100 EaST OENTItB EST,,
Beer, Whiskeys, Brandies, Porter,
WINES AND OIQAlia
Of the finest brands. Musle furnished for
balls and parties, from one to five pieces.
ICE CREAM. ICECREAM,
By the plate or measure, also put up in
5, io nud 20 Cent Pnckaj;cs
PETER CECCHINT & BRO.'S,
117 EAST CENTRE HTItEET.
Lambert, The Hatter, I
' Carries an extraordinary line of
Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Good'.
and malies a specialty of
Nellie Bly nud Mary Anderson Ca(
6 HAST ST.