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I?OH. Lamb's Bond Approvoa.
Tho bond of Archio B. Lamb, trcasuror
of tho Shenandoah school district, Jn tho
sura of $30,000, was approved by thol'otU
vllln court yostorday, with William Nol
..,,!,,,. l,vwWi, I If nt than. .!. .1. Dob
Severn, the Grocer, is head- bins, T.' u. Van Duson, AmandusWoomcr
and 0. 1 . Loitzol as sureties.
Picnics and Outings
quarters for fine Cheese, Fruits
And VegetableSjCanned Meats,
Pickles, Crackers, Cakes, Con
densed Milk, etc., suitable for
picnics and excursions.
All new and fresh goods.
Cor. Centre and Vliite Streets.
The Evening Herald.
A Pastor Loaves.
Rev. A. Fretz. who. for tho past flvo
years, has been pastor of tho German
Catholic church, of town, to-day loft for
,-?ouih Bothlohem. to tako charco of tho
Gorman Catholic church thore. Uev,
Kretz will botucceodod In town by Itov
Sdiiintl'nhoeffar, formerly curato at tho
I'ottsvillo German Catholic church.
All tho graduates of tho c1bs of '91 from
tho High School of town who went to
Dloomsburglast wcok have tuccoedod in
ialnB examination boforoMha faculty of
iho Stalo Normal School at the latter placo
and yostorday wont beforo tho Stato Com
mittee for examination.
i'um.iam:n daily and wkekly.
Short cuts of lia'.r are now popular.
Laundry men's business is improving-.
Only ono person In a thousand dios of
All extra heify garments ara boing cast
Advertising isliko a chain ; it is.bad to
drop tho links. $g
O. i-fashloned linsoy-woloy, a sort of
!in fl-innel tlftldnns not shrink, Isrovlvod.
Tho world Is full of pooplo whoonj'iy
seeing a tin pan tied to the tail of another
Ono of tho pleasant things about candor
Is tho ease with which it may bo mado to
fit our n!ghbor.
Its Bxoollout Qualities
flommond to public approval tho California
liquid fruit remedy Sjrup of Figs.,"It is
pleasing to the eye, and to tho tasto and by
gently acting on tho kidneys, livor and
bowels, cleaning tho systom effectually,
thereby promoting tho health and comfort
of all who use it.
Complotod to Deadwood.
Tho Burlington Itoute, C, B. & Q. It. K.,
from Uhicago, Peoria and St. Louis, Is now
completed, and daily pa'songer trains aro
unnlng through Lincoln, , Neb., and
Custer, S. D., to Deadwood. Also to-Now-castie,
Wyoming. Slooping cars to Dead
Juno 15 Strawberry and ico cream
festival in Kobbins' opera houso under tho
auspices of the Epw.irth Leaguo of tho M.
E. church. .
dfe Juno 17 Strawberry and ice croam festi
val in Kobbins' opera houso under tho
auspictsof W. R. 0. No.ro.
.t.inn 18. Excursion of "Washington
Camp, No. 200, l 0. S. of A., to Liko-
sldo. , .
Juno 29. Picnic at Columbia Park by
National Guard of Warsaw.
July 4.Lawn party undor tho auspices
of tho Primitive .Methodist church.
July 4 Grand Carnival and picnic by
Columbia lloso Stoara Fire Engino Com-
Schoider Bros, have oponod a now
bakery at 27 South Main streot, wlioro-ou
cannot fresh bread, cakes, candy
croam. Givo them a call.
Grant Band at Blngtown.
Tho Grant Cornet Band, of town, will
give an open-ar concert at Rlngtown noxt
Tuesday evening, under the leadership of
Prof. Zoitz. The full band will be in at
tendance and tho concert will bo as coru-
pleto as thoso rendored in town. Stages
will leave for Uingtiwn at Op. m. If tho
weather should bo unfavorable tho concort
will be given on Wednesday evening. It
;s expoclod that a large number of our
citizens will accompany tho band.
Grading Their Salaries.
Tho County Commissionois fixed tho
salaries of tho following officers yefterday
afternoon: Doputy Treasurer, 81,600;
Deputy Recorder 81,200; Deputy Clork of
Courts, f 1,600; First Deputy District At
torney, SSOO; Second Deputy District At-
tornoy, i&W; Kecoruer s cierus, mwu,
Tho Treasurer and Clerk of tho Courts,
mado application for two deputies oach,
but this was refusod.
Plentiful Fruit Crop.
A pntful peach crop, as far as quantity
is concerned, is now assured. Wo shall
have plenty of the fruit, but from tho
ovcr-butdonod condition of many of tiofs
it is questionable whether tho quality will
bo equal to that of years when tney wero
less heavily taxed. Tho fact that they bore
no fruit last soason and that In consequenco
thoy laid in an iuaroased store of fruit sus
taining power, may enable them to do
better than is generally anticipated by the
growors. Wo shall have all tho pecho
wo want, whatever their quality.
A Minor Burned.
Alexandor Cavin, a Pollih miner rosld
ing on East Raspberry alloy, was burned
about tho face and hands by sulphur In
Packer No. 2 oolliory to-day. Tho burns
woro not tevoro,
REBELS SHOT DOWN.
Over 100 ItovolutlonlnU Killed During thl
Uprlnlng 111 Ifiiytt.
Warihxoton, June 0. News ins jttsl
been received here that tho recent til
tempted revolution nt Port uu Prince,
Havtl, was moro serious than first re
ported, Tho lntest account Ba; that
n party of half a hundred citizens,
armod with guns and otbor weapons,
mado au attack upon tho prison at Port
nu Prince, where more than two hun
dred polltlcnl prisoners wero confined.
The mob was led by an ox-Mlulstor of
tho Lcgitimo government. Tho prison
authorities woro not prepared for tho nt
tack, oud the doors woro soon broken in
and the prisouors recovered.
In a abort time the wbolo town was in
an uproar. President Hlppolyto blmsolf
was at church when tho outbreak oc
curred, and bis followers, fearful that
tho mob nilht nttack him, locked tho
doors of tho building, and bo remained
tlioro for aonio time in fear of his life. j
When news of tho attack on the
prison had reached tho barracks whero
Hippolyto's soldiers wero quartored, sev
eral regiments at once turned out and
hastened to tho scono ot tho dlsastor.
Tho rioters woro still on tho ground
when the troops ohnrgod them.
The first vollov scattered tho mob and
mnuv nersons wero klllod. A hundred
or ruoro others wero arrested on tho spot
bv the soldiers and arrests have been
uoliia on over since.
When order was restored PrcBiden'i
Hlnnolvto took tho most vlaorous means
to put down tho rebellion, and many of
tho rioters wero executed. Port au Prlnco
is In an utterly demoralized condition
snd business of ovory kind is suspondod,
oendintr tho settlement of tho trouble.
The law courts havo been susponded by
order of Hlppolyto, and private citizens,
on whatever chorgo they may bo arrested,
aro triod by court martial.
iroort uirl for cen-
housework. Good wages nnld.
Inquire at the JlKitALUofllce. 6 4.tr
AGENTS WANTED. Free pro
raid outfit to energetic men. Mcveralol
our salesmen have earned from 870 to 1100 a
wtck for years past. 1. O. Box 1371. New
rOAnni;ttS WA NTED. - Steady
JO boarders, or for meal) only. Good loca
tion nnd first-clans accommodations. Apply
lit M. Hheeler'a. No. 110 N. Main street, Hhen-
unriih, l'a. 0-5 lm
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR
sale. One ot Hie most desirable proper
ties on West OakTitreoi, for sale on reasonable
lerins. Apply at uowse a grocery eiore. cor
uer Jardln and Oak streets, Hhenandoan, l'a.
IVAN "lSn-An nctlve reliable man
V salary Bio to 88t monthly, with In
crease, to represent In his own secilon A re
iponslble Now York House, Itelerences.
MANUFACTUHK.it, Lock Bo 1 1685, New York,
iron RENT Store nnd building
now occnnicd by me Biienanaoan
Ilalterv Co. lor ma mfucturlne nut retail
audy business. Two floors 0U20 feat. Apply
.o J. J. r raney. 6-iuii
1DK0P08ALS. Proposals will be
. received by tho undersigned committee
un to7 p. m.on i-riaay, june it, isvi, mr me
illnirlnirof a drain, layinirofii ten-inch pipe.
and fllllrg-ln, for a dlstanco of about ttsree
hunt red feel, undn depth of from five to six
leet, the pipe to ho supplied by the committee,
1J10 riDllb U) rfjeci, uuy or un u,u in luaervcu
KnwAun W. Amouk,
A. 13. jjAMll,
ij 0 jt Cummltlee.
You can cet tho best nnd
cheapest HATS AND
CAPS in town. He
lilts just received a full
rrum i t
Alsoa nice llooof light
colored lints, derby nntl
soft. A nice light col
ored derby hat, $1.25
Light colored soft lint
for 60 cents.
You will flud cheapest
lino of TRUNKS and
Sachelsln town; also
Gum Coats selling
them oil at coat. Six
dozen neckties at 2oo a
piece, worth 40c.
Nlre line of Gents' Underwear nt
70oasutt. Ilendq'inrters for sum
mer Shirts and Boys' Waists.
19 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Still at the Old Stand
East Centre St., Shenandoah.
DR. BROCKS' MAJORITY.
PUOPOSALS.-OITlce of the Phila
delphia nnd Heading Coal nnd Iron Com
pany, IVifovlll", l'a . Jmio 2, 1S91 Prnposals
arolnvllfd nnd wtti be rtCiHd until -Won-lav,
Juiif 13, forcni Ingand mluliijr (lie coal
mi trunipio tltijt the wme In mine cars to
!'.). tiK' ol tlu- Rlnpeot Eal I'rnnklln colliery,
uer Trpmoni, l'a. Hpi-cUlciittms cin be
seeunt 'hi' olllceof the Dls.rirt '-nperlntend.
nut, at Tremout, nrt nt th- offlco of the Mln
li1(jH"P',rlnt',ndeut or Oen rat HurKrlnlend
entln I'ounvlHe. The company res' rcs the
rlEht to reject ftii- nr til ldd ,
04 td H. C I.UTHKR. Genl. Hupt.
Neat, Cheap and Stylish
no lias Tri Votcn Slum Thau Is Nocessary
Anuiiin tho Stundlntt Commltteei.
New YonK, Juno 9. Tho dioceses of
tho Protestant Episcopal Church through
out tho country havo given Kev. Dr.
Phillips Brooks moro than n majority
vote in favor of his consecration ns Bish
op of Massachusetts. There aro C2 dio
ceses in all, niokiug 27 a majority. Dr.
Brooks now lias 20, with only 0 against
him. The voto stands as follows i
Afllrnintivo Now York, Albany Hhode
Islnnd, Tennessee, Western Missouri,
North Carolina, Southern Ohio, Indiana,
Central Pennsylvania, Now Jersey, Michi
gan, Connecticut, Maryland, Nebraska,
Missouri, Minnesota, Long Islnnd, Cali
fornia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Vir
ginia, Kentucky, Virginia, Kansas, West
em Michigan, Florida, Delaware, Louisi
ana, Pittsburg. 29.
Negailve Nowark, Iowa, Milwaukee,
Chicago, Mississippi, Maine, Texas, Fond
du Luc. HnrlnL'Ilelu. u.
Ab soon ns tho Massachusetts dlocoso
receives formal notice from tho necessary
number of standing committees its officers
will communicato with Bishop Williams,
tho presiding bishop of tho Episcopal
Church In tho United States, and he will
ask the sovonty-four bishops to say yes
or no to tho question of Phillips BrOoks's
consecrntiou. lie ought to get tho
auswers within two wooks.
(jREEN : TRUCK !
Oysters, Clams and JPonltry
lleceivod daily at the old reliable
Narlh MaiD St, ncai Lloyd.
Wholesale and Retail.
Picnics, festivals and private parties sup
piled In i'tantltles nt short notice.
Straw'Hdts from 20o to Si 50
Short Bpray Flowers 6o to 1.00
Wreaths ..20oto 1.75
Infants' Cbrlstonln? IVbo,05oio S3
Infants' Ion? and short coats...Sl,!5
up to S3 50.
Better prepared than ever to servo our many
patrons with a superior quality of
Bread, Cakes, Ico Cream,
Coofectionery of all Kinds,
Open oa Saturday Evenings Dnlil Midnight.
Open on other evenings (Sunday excepted)
until 11 o'clock,
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS,
60,000 LADIES WEAR
Thij SELF-SUPPORTING CORSET
Why dou't you wear one?
A. J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Bonds written.
.Marriage licenses nnu legal Claims
promptly attended to.
Ileal Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
General Fire Insurance Business. Kopresouts
tne wortuwestern l.lfe Insurance Co.
OFFICE-Muldoon'ahulldlnEr. corner Hentra
aDd West Bis., HlieunudonU, Pa.
Von can obtain a pack of best quality
playinK cards by sonding fifteen cents in
poetagoto " - Kllstl3. uun 1 i B85, ,1KU'
B., C. & Q.lt. K. Chicago, 111. tf
Tho Shenandoah Business College will
continuo Its sessions through tho summor.
Pupils entering now for bookkeeping or
shorthand can proparo for positions by
fall. Innuiro at tho coIIoro rooms, Bob
bins' opera house. 0-2-2w
Buy Ktyttont flour. 3o caroful that the
name Lkssiq & Co., Ashland, Pa., it
printod on ovcrv sack. 8-3-3taw
Best work done at Brennan's steam
laundry. Everything whlto and spotless.
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar
anteed. Tho larcost stock of wall paper and
window shades ever received in this town,
or county. Good selection, at F. J. Portz's
book and stationery storo. 8-20-tf
Best domet shirt in town, at "Tho
Famous" clothing houso, 60o. Shifting
- Important Notice
Notice is heroby given that John II.
McGuinness is the superintendent of tho
Cambridgo Coal Company and that ho ha
tho solo rixht to make collections and pur
chase materials ttnd supplies for tho said
... - ,
company. All persons aro noreuy wnra
to doal with him alono m collections unci
sales of supplies. If they ignoro thiB
notico they will mako payments and saloB
t their own ri?k. Additional notico is
given that William II. James has no powor
or right to mnko collections or negotiate
sales for tho company.
Griffith D. Jonks,
Shonandoab, Pa., Juno 8, 1891.
Our .Bill OI aro, -i-Vl J- T
Prepared and published expressly for the iQ JllOtOgrapJier
Bananas. Oatmeal with Croam.
Butler Toast. , Omelet.
Graham Crackers. Cocoa.
Boast Beef. Lettuce.
Mashed Potatoo'. CannodCorn.
Graham Bread and flutter. Jolly.
Cottage Pudding with Sauco.
Cream Toast. Cheese.
Bread and Button
Jelly Oako. Chocolalo.
prUTC for a Window Hhndn.
UC.lt I o others for 3c. 4o, 50o,
C5c,7oo ncdupwards. Hliadcs made
lor stores and prlvatedwellings. uu
tomers desfdlug only the fixtures or
shading hy the yard can he accommodated.,
Fricke, 10 South Jardin St,
Good Hroperties of All Kinds For Sale.
1. Atwosto-y doublo frame dwelling house,
store aud restaurant, on East Centre St.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on East Centre
3. Desliable property od corner Centre and
jaraiu Eireets, nuuaoio lor uusiness pur-
I. A two story double frame dwelling, on
West Lloyd street.
5. Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Con-
T nmUarf hp H-ltt-pr 0. Two 2 story dwellings on the corner ot
uaiuui-i i. liunw, Coal aud cnestuut streets moreroomln
Carries an extraordinary lino of
as. Cans and Gents' Furnishing Goods
nnd makes a specialty of
Nellie Bly and Mary Amlernon Caps.
G BAST CBNTBB ST.
NELLY BLY CAPS !
All Colors, at 20 cents.
Attention, House Gleaners !
. . ... . n.t...t. i -
The -warm weather is hero, anil nouse-cieauing is lueniai uuBmi.
Aud at such times most everyoouy neeus suiiisiihiik w
up the home, so if you need a good carpet of either
Vetuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussel,
TWO OR TIIK.KEIJW ING51AIN,
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS
7. Two-story single house on North Chestnut
Bireei wiiuaiargowarenouse ai tne roar.
Three two-story double frame buildings
corner of Lloyd and Ullbert streets.
John R. Coyle,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE IlEnnALL'8 ButLDINQ,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
You can And a full assortment at PRICE'S.
la located ut
14 North White Street.
Having ban his gillcry greatly Improved, he
Is nowliettcr prepareu i nan ever 10 meei.
the wants of the pnMlo In the photo
eraphlo line. The best photo
graphs ut lowest prlcos.
Crayon "Work a Specialty.
TOWNSHIP SCHOOL ELECTION,
Now DlrootorB Sworn and tlib Of
Lost Crekk, June 9. Tho School
Board of Wott Jlahanoy township was or
ganized last evening, the followinjr officers
beintt elected : r. J. i erguson, rresment;
John D. Kiley, Secretary; JIartm tu.
U xon, Treasurer.
Tho board prides Itself on having one of
tho best conducted dietricts in the county,
and its minutes aro alwaysopon to the
public for inspection.
The new directors were sworn in, in ac
cordance with tho Act ol Assembly passed
April 10, 1691, and it is believed to be the
first board in thecount tocomply with the
now law, The act provides:
"That all persons eleclod to the offlco of
school director after tho passage of this act
in tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
shall, beforo entering upon tho dutios of
such offlco, lake and subscribe to an oath or
affirmation that he will support tho Con
stitution of the United States and tho Con
stitution of the CommBflwetilth of Penn
sylvania and tho laws thereof, that bo has
used no unlawful moans to prccuro his
ioilnn in i.ll nfflce. and that he will dlt-
TXT AT.T. "DA "PTlTR. I charge tho duties of snid offlco for tho
pants from 75c. up.
Green Thick, Fine Groceries,
Delaware roa shad aud o'.her fresh fish right
iromthe boats on Irldays. Iresh
Qreens from tho Boulh.
Evan's Building;. E- Centre St.
(J. 8. WUlla old iland)
Everything new and 'resh. Goods delivered
to any part of town.
R. C. KNIGHT & SON.
W, S. SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Mastellor's old stand,)
Corner Coal ami jardlitJUts.
Window Shades, Floor and Tablo Oilcloths and Linoleums of all grades.
Prices cannot be beateu when quality is considered.
No misrepresentation one ntlco to all.
PRIGES'S Old Reliable Stand,
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
J A two nnd one-half story doublo frame
dwelling house, with store-room and res.
taurant. Located on Kast Centre street.
A valuable property located on South Jar
.(-boven dwelling nouses at the corner of ull
bert nnd Lloyd streots. Good Investment,
EXOUMOUS PILE OF
BUNCAN & "WAIDLEY'S
-At a sacrlflce.-
Spoctaclos to suit all oyoa at P. J. Portz's
book and stationery store,.2l North Main
strcot. t 3-20-tf
Tbo worst danser about neglecting a Cough
or Cold Is Consumption, Weu awurenur
readers that no medicine equals Pan-Tlpe,
Coouh nnd Consumption Cure. Try "'at
hottleH free at Kirllu's drug store.
Mr. Snvder will always keep In stock a flue I
line or boots ana buocs.
Custom Worlc and UcpalrluR
done In tho best style, He guarantees to sell
cheaper thin competitors on Main street who
Il'lVC! Olg reUlB l imy, U1 imwiiuwwi ' (ntu
no bargain on every nuruiingr.
A CARLOAD JUST ARUIVED AT
Embossed 12 l-2c
Wlmlov,' Shntloe, spring rollcis..25o
Curtain Toloa 25o
22 East Centre St., Shenandoah,
CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
district in which elected faithfully and
impartially, and to the best ot his under
standing and ability, which oath or fefflrraa
tlon 6hall bo taken beforo a Justice of tho
peaco, notary public, or soma other officer
authorized to administer oaths, and a copy
of the tamo shall bo onterod upon the
minutes of Vho board of toluol directors of
tho proper district."
The American people art rapidly becoming
a race of nervous wrfckB, aud the following
susse.ts the beat re wly : Alphousollempfl
utc. of Butler, l'a., swturs that wiimhist-on
was sptechlw from M. Vitus dunce ur.
AUItS treat UWloraw1 nrrvui.uu'ru ji.ii,
Mrs J. U Miller, or Vnliaroh.o, and i V,
'i',.vi,,r nf iiiiiiinnil. I ml., eao iralncdUt
ru,iii,,l frnni tnnluif It M.S. il A. Ui.nli er.
of viBtula. lud.. wan cured one lo uucon
viu.imiHfi iijlv. uitu iuuui mvm ..--. w a
l.nrtlynnl.n ami nfrvnus 1H UKtratUUl bV
one liottte Trial boltleH, and. nne bmks of
nmreluus cures, free ut C. 11. Jias- ui ui li,
the druiiBlst, who recommeuds andguaruu'
Vees mis uneijumeu nu'wj,
With a manufacturing de
partment in fullblast,our bank
withstands tho run.
We have made the New Store,
...1 T 11 L J. Oi
cor. ldtii anu uue3tnub ota., u,
"safe deposit" for your money
i ,i p rti..n,;..v 'Pi,n
wnoii in net:u ui v-zivmuif,.
daily rush proves tho "trust"
of the public in our goods. Tho
stock is right, tho prhes are
ricrit wo hold the lead.
A Run on Our Itanlc.
Now Only Covner 13th ami CHESTNUT Streets.
PRICES AT "THE FAMOUS!
Handsome designs aud new. Well
worth 50c. In order to sell thera
quick we have shaved the price down
DSfDon't let this opportunity pass
Duncan & Waidley, -
So. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
221 W. Centre Street, h
Formerly kept by Mrs. Oinvllle. Tho above
JOHN W. WEEKS,
f ormerly or tne Keystone Hotel, uiibcrton.
Permanent and Transient Guest
The bar I a stocked with the best brands ol
olgo .s, ale, beer, porter and liquors.
EXCELLENT FHEE LUNCH COUNTER.
All persons aro hereby warned
Mon's all-wool Cheviot Bults ?8.00
' Worsted Bults 10.00
NOT TO FISH IN Till! DAMS ! " c,,;M,...:::::: S
Belonging to the
Shenandoah Water Company,
and all turtles caught violating this notice
Prosecuted ns Trespassers,
lly order of
Ohlldren's Suits $1 upwards
Knee Panls 20o "
Domet Shirts 2)0 "
Mfiii'H shlftiiicr shirts -75b "
Best neclttie in town 25o
And everything else in our lino you will find down to the lowest prices.
We sell the best fiOo Domet Shirt tn town. Merchant
Tailoring a specialty.
PETER OEGOHINI & BRO.'S, No X1 North Maiu street, Shenandoah, Pa.
117 EAST CENTltfc! KTBEET,
109 EaBT CENTIIE ST.,
Beer, Whiskeys, Brandies, Porter,
WINES AND CIQAliS
Of the finest brands. Muslo furnished lor
balls and parties, from one to five pieces.
R. BRIOKER, M. D
1'JIYSIOIAN AND SLRQEON,
So; 8 East Centre Btreet; Mahanoy City, Pa.
Hhln and all special diseases a specialty.
T 11. UOVLK
omce-Beitdill'i ballilln j, corner Mln and Centre
j q yoMKROir,
A TJORNEY'AT'LA W.