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P'cnics and Outings!
Severn, tlio Grocer, is head
quarters for fine Cheese, Fruits
and Vcgetables,Canned Meats,
Pickles, Crackers, Cakes, Con
densed Milk, etc., suitable for
picnics and excursions.
All new
and fresh goods.
SEYBRlsT'S,
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEHKIA.
Minor Injurod.
To-day William Miller, a minor In tho
Turkoy Hun colliery, was bo seriously In
jured by a fall ol coal that it was nccoseary
to romovo him to the Minors' Hospital.
Conoorninff Sunday Spoolale.
As tho Ukuald will ro to pross early od
the morning of Saturday, tho 80th Inst.,
(Decoration Day) all announcements for
Sunday should bo filed at this office not
lator than 12 o'clock, noon, on Friday.
Public Salo.
A public salo of ono horao, three1 buRgio?
and carriages, sleighs, harness, lirgo-sizod
steam chopping machlno and boilor,
butchor's tools, blocks, etc., will bo hold at
Shenandoah, Pa., on Wednosday, June 3
1801, at 1 p. m.
6-2G-7t James B. Lkssio, Agent.
LOOAL. LUNCHEON.
Bicycle shoes at the Boston shoo store
live the soldiers all tho flowers you can.
Fine ladies' Oxford ties, GOc, at the Bos
ton boot and shoe store.
The secret of dress the whoreabouts of
the piickeU
There are substitute for; many
thitig in life, but there are noiw for sleep.
"BiriCinin India', gents' and children's
show; tba B tun tho store. H kSB
The Grunt Oornet Hind will hold its
sixth annual picnic in Columbia Park on
3Iy 80th. 6-8-3 w
Bing opposed to better roads is being he
hind the age quite M much at being op
posed to free chooU, only a good many
people can't see it in that li?ht.
Men's calf, Oongress shoe (warranted),
former price $8, now f2A0, at the Boston
shoo store.
Tho prospoct is good for a good pe-ich
crop and for fruit gonorally. Much less
damage to fruit has been dono than was r.t
first apprehonded, considering tho severity
of tho recent frosts.
Confirmed.
Tho favorable impro3sion produced on
tho first appearance of tho agreeable liquid
fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few years
ago has been more than confirmed by tbo
pleasant experience of all who have used
it, and the success of tho proprietors and
manufacturers tho California Fig Syrup
.Company,
2,500 TabletB,
Costing from 15 to 25 cents oach, at tho
uniform price of 5 cents, at Max Boo3o's.
Playing Cards.
You can obtain a pack of best quality
Tilavincf cards by sending fifteen cents in
oostago to 1'. S. Eustis, Gon'l Pass. Agt,
B.. 0. & O.K. B. Chicago. 111. tf
The larcrost stock of wall paper and
window shades over received in this town,
or county. Good selection, at F. J. Portz's
book and stationery store. 3-20-tf
Completed to Deadwood.
Tho Burlington Koute, 0., B. & Q. K. E.,
from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, is now
completed, and daily passenger trains are
runninc through Lincoln, Neb., and
Custer, S. D., to Deadwood. Also to New
castle, Wyoming. Sleeping cars to Dead
wood. tf
Coming EventB.
May 30. Ico cream and strawberry feS'
tival in Bobbins' opera houo for tho bone
fit of the Trinity Reformed church.
May 30 Grant Bind picnic at Columbia
Park.
May 30 Picnic of tho Junior Social
Club of tho Shenandoah High School, at
Lakesido Park, (East Mahanoy Junction)
Juno 2. Icq cream and strawborry fes
tival. Bobbins' opora house: bonofit of
English Lutheran church.
June 3 Deraorost Contest and entertain
mcnt: Forcuson's theatre, 8 o'clock p. m
Juno 17 Strawborry and ice cream feet!
v.ilin Bobbins' opera houso under th
auspices of W. R. 0. No. 60.
Juno 18. Excursion ot Washington
Carao. No. 200. P. 0. S. of A., to Lake
side
July 4 Grand Carnival and picnic by
Columbia Hoso Stoam Flro Engine Com
pany.
To Our Readers.
Are you troubled with Consumption or a
deep seated Cold, If so take healthy excrolke,
live lu open air, use -I'au Tlua Uougli and
Consumption (lure, ana be curea. uon I
delay. Trial boUles fre at Klrlln's drug store,
Died of Shook.
Anthony Kogusky, tho sevon-yoar-old
boy who bad his leg crushed whon ho at'
tsmptod to jump upon a moving coal train
noar tho Lloyd street crossing of tho Le
high Valloy railroad yesterday died from
shock nt the Minors' Hospital last night.
His remains woro brought to town this
morning.
Died.
CO AKLE V. On tits 27tb Inst., at Shon
andoah, Pa., Mary, relict of Daniol Coak
ley, aged 60 years. Funeral on Saturday,
80th inst., leaving Shenandoah, via tho
Lehigh Valley railroad, at 12:30 p. m., for
St Clair, where tho interment will bo
Bdo. Friends and rolativos respectfully
invited to attond 6-27-3t
"Like Old Times."
It looked like old times around tho Cap
tol to-night, in .tho corridor Major Losch
was soon in earnost conversation with his
old lriend Finnoy; it looked to your cor
respondent as though they were both will
ing to forget and forgiva, and join in an
earnost endeavor to got tho boys in old
Schuylkill together again. Sam has
great many friends at tho Capitol who aV
ppeared glad to see him. Jack White
house was running in and out of both
chambers. I hoard it whisporod ho was
looking after somo insurance legislation
what it is, I am not ablo to slate, but Jack
a hustler and generally gets there. liar
risburg correspondence to Republican.
Open Air Concert To-night.
This ovoning, at 0:30 o'clock, the Grant
Ojrnot Band will give its second open-air
concert, on tho awning in Iront ol too
band room. Tho new instruments will be
usod and tho following will bo tho pre
grammo:
Grand March... HnnAlD.
Oregonla,"- .military overture tuewj ay
M. 0. Meyrelles.
Old Folks at Homo" T. T. Close.
Clarinet aoioinewi air. ju. ocnoppu.
May flowers" (now, l'olka Mzurka.
Tid B1U" (uew) by E Uoyer.
Urand comic upera flieuiey.
INTERMISSION.
Selection from Ilerold's opera ' Tampa" (new)
Awaking or tspring" ihowj aim buiu uj
Hach. Arranged by t Zeltz Mr.echoppo.
The Postilion1' (new) Waltz.
uussinu carriage noua- iuuwj luuiumu,
licquetoi jueioaies.
'otpourrl (new) M. O. Meyrelles.
Best work dono at 'Bronnan's steam
laundry. Everything whito and spotless,
Iiace curtains a specialty. All work guar
anteod.
John A
6-5-tf
Wators' Woiss boor is tho bost.
Eeilly sole agont.
Men's low tan shoos, formerly 1.60, now
1.00, at tho Boston Store.
Ticnic at Columbia Park, May 80th
Music by the Schoppo full orchostra. 8w
WALL PAPBB
A CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED AT
KBLLBT'S
Blanks Go
Gilt 8o
Embossed 12 l-2c
Window Shades, spring rollers..25o
Curtain Poles 25o
MOVED TO
22 East Centre St., Shenandoah,
CHAS. T, BICE'S OLD STAND.
New Bakory.
Scheldor Bros, havo opened la now
bakery at 2 South Main streot, whoro you
can got fresh bread, cakos, candy and lco
cream. Give thorn a call. 6-6 3m
"WANTS, &o.
IrOR SALE A frame hcune, with
stabling, No. 315 E. Centre St. Apply to
M. P Conry. 6-21-lw
Tho Cleaning Up.
Supervisor Llewellyn says that ho will
havo men and a cart on tho stroota At six
o'clock to-morrow morning to clean up for
Decoration Day and ho hopes tho property
owners will bo prepared.
Graduating Exercises.
As tho Hkrald goes to press tho junior
exhibition (prizo contest) of tho Shonan
doah High School is In progress at Fergu
son's theatre. Tho prizes aro $5 for tho
bost declamation and $2.60 for tho secon.l
bo3t. S5 for tho best composition and ffc 60
for tho socond bpst. Tho judgoa selected
aro Messrs. William Stoin, P. J, Forguson,
II. P. Mollet, S. A. Beddall and William
Krick. To-night tho graduating oxorchos
of tho Class of '01 will bo hold in tho
thoatro.
DESIEABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One or the most desirable proper
ties on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
terniB. Apply at llowse's grocery store, cor
ner Jardln and Oak streets. Bbeuandoah. Pa
FOR SALE An eight-room frame
dwelling on Raspberry alley, nt the rear
or the Greek C.ithollo churcn. Apply to
Patrick McCue. 522-lw
FOR RENT-Two dwelling hoims
and store. Nos. 13 and 15 South Jardln
street, t-hounnduah. Can be rented slirgly or
together. Splendid location. Apply to M.
Nkkptiam, on the premlsfs. 8-28 lw
t'En-An active reliable man
V salary $70 to $80 monthly, with In
crease, to represent In his own seeilou a re
sponsible New York House, Iteleronces.
MANPgACTPUBn. Lock Boi 1685, New York.
Will not Confirm.
A letter from Harrisburg says : "The
appointment of Ex-Senator Charles F.
King, as Hospital Trustee, will not ba con
firmed by tho Senate. As King has bocn
an opponont of tho present Executivo and
has only been appointed Trustee to pacify
him, tho Republicans of tho Senate do not
toel liko doing anything to holp heal up
any of the sores of the Democratic party,
especially to knock-out a man liko Win.
Spencer, of Minersville, who was ono of
the bestmon on tho.biard."
Our Bill of Fare.
Prepared and published expressly for tho
Herald readers.
FRIDAY.
BREAKFAST.
Whoatnn Mush with Milk.
Scalloped Potatoes. Bread.
Graham Crackers. Bran Coffee.
DINNER.
Beef Bono Soup.
Veal Steak. Potatoes.
Graham Broad. Butter.
Apple Pio. Cheoso. Water.
eurrKR.
Whito Broad. Butter.
Cottage Cheese. Sponge Cako.
Chocolato Blanc Mango. Milk.
SCriOKNER'S RESTAURANT,
(Boddall's.Building.)
TTOR RENT Store and building
now occupied by the Shenandoah
Bakery Co. lor ma ufactttrlng an 1 retail
enndy business. Two floors 6 )x20 feet. Apply
m ui u. v muci O-IU II
AURAND OFFER. For salo, at
half price, a cabinet organ, good as new,
ouh uew heater, and a good sewing machine.
Inquire ol Mrs. CcnnlcK, Coffee House. North
jniiq Btreoi, qiiBnanaoan. s-ffi-lw
"OKOPOSALS-Pronosala will bo re
JL celved by the underslgurd committee up
to May 30, 1811, for raising 4.lie First w.ird
school building three feet. Also for excavat
lugand the'onsirucilonof astono wall under
the same The rliiht to ri-Ject any or nil bids
Is reserved. Additional Information can bo
outniuea upou application to the committee,
Thomas Haiud,
H. A. DAVEvi'OKT,
H.J. Mur.nooN,
James O'IIeakn,
5-IMlt William stein,
lllTMflioTICE S
At Scanlans-
You can get the best anil
olicapest HATS AND
OAP.S iu town. He
hits Just received a full
Hue of
STRAW
HATS,
From 5c to $. ;
Also a nice Hue of light
coioreu unw, uerny uuu
soft. A nice light col
ored derby hat, $1.25
Light colored soft hat
for 60 cents.
AT SCANLAN'S
You will And cheapest
Hue of TUUNllB auu
Sachels In town: also
Gum Coats selling
them ofl at cost. Six
dozen neckties at 25 c a
piece, worth 40c.
Nlrollnoof OontB' Underwear at
70oault. Headquarters for -um-mer
Shirts aud Boys' Waists.
19 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
A. j. CGiLLAGHER,
Justiceqf tho Peace, '
Deeds, Leases, MortgagiJvand Bonds written.
iMHrriuge iiuenaus anuirgai claims
promptly attended to.
Real Eslalc, Colleclioa anil Insurance Agency.
General Fire Insurance lluslnoss, Hopresonts
iue iHortnwostern l.lfe Insurance Co.
OKI-ICK Mul(tnnn'lnlMlnn r- rintr
and West Sis,, Shenandoah. 1'iL
Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale.
-A two story douhle frame dwelling bouse,
store nud restaurant, on East Centre St.
2. -A dwelling and restaurant on East Centre
street.
3. l)oslrable property on owner Centre and
Frozen Oysters
fried Oysters.
Little Keck Clams,
Clam Soup.
Shoep Tongue.
Vanilla,
Biir Oyster Stows.
Codflsh Cakes.
Fried Clams.
Friod Tripo.
Ham and Eggs.
Croam Orator dtows.
Pnnnpd Ovstors.
Strawborry and Chocolato Ice
Croam.
A GRAND CONCERT.
Large
Audience In Ferguson's
Theatre Last Night.
Tho concert given in Ferguson's theatre
last night was a splendid financial and ar
tistic success. James Sauvago, of Now
York, was tho star of tho evening and he
Bustainod the titlo admirably. His first ap
pearance was a signal for a storm of ap
nlauso and as he concluded singing "The
Noblo Boy of Truth" tboro was such an
outburst of enthusiasm that an encoro was
necessary. His rendition of "Gia La
Luna," by Rossini, and the song, "Laugh
ing," by Trahorno, were equally well re
ceived. Mr. Sauvago'B voice has aromark'
able range and is of a very pleasing quality,
His son, Tonza Sauvago, gave two piano
forte solos with oscollent t-ccess. His
"Recollections of Wales," with several
variations, was particularly pleasing. The
audienco stamped his work with their ap
proval by encoring both his selections,
Ho is certainly an excellent pianist and too
much praise cannot bo given him. Ltew
Herbert, of Scranton, shared the honors of
tho oyoning. His song "Tho Skipper,
captivated the audionco and his success was
repeated in tho rendition of "Aria of
Osmin." Mr. Horbert is ono of tho finest
bassos evor beard in tho town. Don Cwm
bwrla, of Mt. Oarroel. pleased the audience
vory much with his rendition of "My Vil
lage Fair" and in the duett "Betty Wynne'
with Mr. Herbert he made a hit. Tho
Gwenl Glee Society, under his direction
was also very successful. Tho glees "May
Day" and "Whip-poor-will bong" were
enthusiastically received. Misses Jennet
Bovan and Edith Morgan woro warmly ap
plauded for their singing. To omit men-
tbnoftho Schoppo orchestra would bo
dropping oue of the gems of tho concert.
Tho overture and intermission selection
wore rendered in tho most effective manner
and the audienco was not slow in appre
ciating tho excellent work. In conclusion
it may bo said that tho concert was ono of
the beat musical treats over given in tho
wn. Edward Boeso, of Centralia, was
di-ector of tbo concort and ho acquitted
himself of tho duty with much credit. To
properly conduct an entertainmont of tho
kind given last night is not an easy task,
but Mr. lloeso seemed to bo perfectly at
home In tho work.
BAROSLEY'S CONDITION.
Lllioly tube Ablo tr Appenrut tho lloai'lns
To-morrow.
PniLADKr.rniA, May 23. A report to
Chief o Detectives Wood by Dotectivcs
Miller and Tate and Special Ritchie, who
last night watched over Treasurer Bards-
lev, was iv very fnvorable one. It was
stated that Mr. Bavdsloy passed n very
onsv Jiiitht. Meeplnij from JO o'ciocic un
til 0 this morning, when ho awoke feel
ing very-much improved.
If Mr. Uardsley Keeps on improving,
thore is but Httio doubt but that ho will
bo able to bo present before Magistrate
Polo at noou to-morrow.
District-Attorney Graham has issuod
another warrant for Banlsley's arrest on
a charge of perjury in violating his oath
of office in using tho public moneys for
his own gain.
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IN Till! DAMS !
Belonging to tho
Slieiiaihioali Water Company,
aud all parties caught violating this notice
will be
Prosecuted as Trespassers.
By order of
First Nationa
Ban
THKiTKB BDII.DING,
SHENANDOAH, PENNA.
Jardln streets, NUltable for business pur
poses. r
4. A two story double frame dwelling, on
West Lloyd street.
6. Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cet-
ire Bireeu
8. Two 2 story dwelling on the corner of
uoai ana unejinut stieets store room la
one.
7. Two-story single houso on North Chestnut
street with a lare warehouse at the rear.
8. Three two-slory double frame buildings
corner 01 Liioyaanu liiiDort streets.
John R. Coye,
Attorney-at-Law
AMD I
R'eal Estate Agent,
OFFICE BEDDALI'S BtTILDINQ,
Cor. Main and Ccntro Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Corner Conl mid JardlulSts.
Mr. Snyder will always keop In swek a fine
line of boots and shoes.
Custom Work and Repairing
done In the best style. Ho guarantees to sell
cheaper thn competitors on Main street who
have big rents to pay, and guarantees a genu
lne bargain on every purchase.
J.
B. OOY1.K
AnORNEY-AT.LAW.
Ofiloo BJdnir bulldlne, oirner Mln and Centre
Capital, $100,000.00.
A. W. Leisenrng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrwg, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Daily From 9 to 3.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
lK two and one-half story double frame
dwelling house, with store-room and res
taurant. Located on East Centre street.
-A valuable property located on South Jar
dln street. r
3-Keven dwelling houses at the corner or nil.
bert and Lloyd streets. Qood investment.
Terms reasonable.
KNOBMOUS l'lLK OF
-AT-
fI
DUNCAN & WAIBIiEY'S
-At a sacrifice.-
3 PER GENT. INTEREST !
Paid on Bavlnjfs Deposits.
J H l'OMEKOY,
AT10RNEY-AT-UW.
Talcs' BJdH'f bulldlne corner Mln nd Oenvr.
1
Attention, House Cleaners !
Handsome desltfns and new. Woll
wrth5oc. Iu order to sell thern
quick we have Bhaved tbe priee down
10 icyc-.
ipSyDon't let this onnoi-hmHv rmia
by. " 1 "
Duncan & Waidley,
No. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa,
AN UNCLE'S BRUTAL CRIME.
A Vinngo Kxcltcd Ovor nn Outrage Com
mltted by un Old Man.
RoWhr, N. Y., SIny 23. Tho village 1 1 .
Tivoli is in a, state o groat excitement
over nn outrage committed by John Colo,
aged CO, on his lS-yonr-old' nieco, who is
in a critical condition, with tho chances
against her recovery.
Cole fled before tho expose, leaving his
wife penniless, having quietly boUI and
mortgaged all his property.
The' victim of tho atrocious assault,
who is smnll for her ago, says her uncle
thieatoued to kill her if she exposed him.
It was not uutil the child became ill that
the facts were brought to light.
Advertise in the IIkkald.
The warm weather i3 here, and house-cleaning is the next thing lu order.
Ann at such times most everybody needs sometning to brlgnten
up the home, bo if you need a good carpet of either
Veuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussef,
TWO OR THREE-PLY INGRAIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS
DABB.
The Photographer
You can find a full assortment at PBICE'S,
Startling Facts.
The American people are rapidly becoming
a taco of nervous wrecks, and the following
suggests tlielieslrea edy t Alphousollemptl
lng, of Hurler, Pa., swars that when his son
was speechless from 1st. Vitus dance Dr.
Miles' great Hesloratlve Nervine cured him.
Mrs J. K Miller, of VHlnaralso, and J. 1).
Taylor, of Logansport, Ind., eao t gained 'JO
pounds from taxing it, Mrs, H. A. Gardner,
of Vistula, lud., was cured of 40 to GO con
vulsions a day, UD4 much lioadach ;, oiiczl
neis, bucSuche and nervous prostration by
one bottle. Trial bottles, and tine books of
marvelous cures, free ut C. 11. liuum' m-li,
tbe druggist, who recommends aud g larau
tees this unequaled remedy.
Qrant Hand picnic May 80th. fi-8-3w
Save money hy Kolng to the Huston shoe
storo and aek (or the 85c. ladies' shoe.
Still at the Old Stand
SCHEIDER'S
BAKERY I
NO. 29
East Centre St., Shenandoah.
Belter prepai ed than ever to serve our many
patrons with a superior quality or
Bread, Cakes, Ico Cream,
Confectionery of all Kinds.
Open on Saturday Eveniogs Mil Midnigli!
Open on olhor evenings (Sunday exospted)
until 11 o'clock.
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS,
CENTS
for a Window whade,
Others for 35o. 45o. 60c.
65c, 75n and upwards. Bhades made
'or store and private dwellings. Cus
tomers desidlug omy the fixtures or
Kbadlnu by the yard oau be nccotU'
modated,
Fncke, 10 South Jardm St,
Lace Curtains, Certain Poles of all Kinds
i
Is located at
No. I4 Norih White Street,
Having han his gallery greatly Improved, ho&y.
w uwnucHoi jitciiureu ihhq ever 10 meet
the wants of the put.lto In the photo
graphic line. The best photo
graphs at lowest prices.
Crayon Work a Specialty.
oaJ
Ifeiv liirm.
JVew Stock.
Window Shades, Floor and Table Oilcloths and Linoleums of all grades.
Prices ciuinot be beaten when quality is considered.
No misrepresentation one price to all.
PRSCES'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 Nortli Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
0
r
Green Track", Fine Groceries,
FRUITS, ?.,
Delaware ro9 shad and o'.her fresh fish right
uuu me uuuis ud j-rmays. a resn
Greens from tho South.
Evan's Building;, E. Centre St.
tf. S. mitla ni' old stand)
Everything new and resh. Goods delivered
to any p.irt of town.
R. C. KNIGHT & SON.
A difference in material makes a
material difference. Low values and
high prices benefit nobody in the
Ions run. Wo make your dollar MA(Trl7K TT OTFJ, I
count by giving you its lull value
of Good, Honest Goods, 221 w-Cealre streef'
With Clothing that is durable, S3IB3SrA-TIDOuA.I3:
if-1.1! XI -A J. .1 I
UIlHing Uml IS mi-eillgenb anil a Formerly kept by Mrs Cmvllle. The above
Making and Finish of tho best, Ave
aro sure oi your continued custom.
A Difference in Material
A Material Difference
NOW ONLY
Cor. 1 3th and Chestnut Streets.
Examino 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
lowest figures.
A 50c NECKTIE FOR 25 CENTS.
hotel Is now ken tin-
JOHN W. WEEKS,
Formerly or the Keystone Hotel, GUberton,
Best of accommodations for
Permanent end Transient Guest
The bar 'i clocked with the best brands of
clt s, ale, beer, porter and liquors,
EXCELLENT KREE LUNCH COUNTER.
McKeon's Saloon,
109 EaST CENTRE BT
Beer, Whiskeys, Brandies, Porter,
WINES AND CIQAI13
3fthe finest brands. Musto furnished
oalls and parties, from one to Ave pieces.
AT-
tobikb" FAMOUS" tomks?
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING.
No. 11 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa,
for
ICECREAM, ICE CREAM,
By the plate or measure, also put up In
5, io nud zo Cent Packuees
AT
PETER CECCHINI & BRO.'S,
117 EAST CENTRE STREET,
j
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary line of
Hats. Cans and Gents' Furnishina Goods
aud makes a specialty of
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps,
e EAST CBNTBIJ ST.

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