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A iilw wt o. peniirlvania" just
received. You know the good
value this box is. This price is
25 cents. See our new 100 tablets.
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HOOKS & BROWN,
a im. rviolt-i st.
A SUMMER TONIC.
Large llottle, 50 Cents.
SHENANDOAH DRUG STORE,
J South Main Street, Shenandoah, IM.
Tlio C'ititms Klglits I.c:iKUe, n nowly or
ganized pulltic.il organization, held their
regular mretlnc in Mollct'a hull hist cvrnin.
The lii'iMihlicans of ilerks county will hold
thulr county convention on Septvinher 2d.
The Senatorial nomination in tlila district
is ttonurally com eded to Mahniioy City, and
David Ciraham is the man to lend the Kcimli.
licans to victory.
Tlio Democrats will hold their pow-wow at
Hertford Springs on Wednesday, when tlio
sUito candidate will he notified of thulr
Tho meeting of the Socialists in llynku
wicz'shall lastoveniiiK wasattemled hya fair
sizud audiunco. Jlooirs. John Jledaills and
I'lerco Walker were tho speakers of tho even
In tho Kirit Legislative, district Slienan.
doali and Mahanoy City, comhincd, can name
Senator tjuay's friends won in Governor
Hastings' own county at tic primaries on
Saturday. It wasa hitter fight.
John Meduilis is in receipt of a letter from
tho executive comrnitteo of tho Socialistic
Labor party which -states that tho local ad
herents of tho party will soon hoar V. Humes,
of Philadelphia, 11 candidate for Congressman-nt-Large
on the Socialistic ticket.
The selection of a Democratic candidate to
succeed the lato Judge Ikeler in tho .Montour
Columbia district lias caused a muddled
situation. Mr. Little was named by Colum
bia comity, and Grant llorring, recently ap
pointed by Governor Hastings, was endorsed
by,Moutonr county conferroes. Now Little's
conferrees lefuse to meet them. Tho Kcpuli
licans of Montour county have" endorsed
James Scarlet as their judicial candidate,
but the Columbia county Itepublicans favor
0 I Evans, of lieiwick. The Prohibition
ists ol both counties having selected C. L.
Hawley, of Scranton. The probabilities are
there will be five candidate! for the people to
select a judge from.
Many prominent politicians will be at
tracted to I'ottsville to-murrow, when u bear
ing will bo held in the case of conspiracy
brought by Calvin llrower, the deposed
wardou. against a number of prominent Ko
publicans jijj. YVmocrat8, whom ho charges
viiin I'oiiipinug to remove nun trom otuco,
Among tlioio so charged aie the County Com
missioners, County Controller, Hon. S. A.
Losch, Joseph 11. Nichtor, Harry Hecbtol
Lsi . aud one or two others. .Many promi
uent politicians have been suhpoened as wit
nesses, and the inilications are that the pro
ceedings will bo interesting. Judge rorshing
A large number of peoplo attended the
picnic of tho Union Sunday school of St.
Nicholas at Likesido 011 Saturday.
Daniel Sullivan, blacksmith at the St.
Nicholas colliery, is sutloriug from a severe
injury caused by being struck in tho oyo by
a flying pieco of steel.
An American Hag 10x15 feet in size was
raised by tho peoplo of Shoeuiakors Satur
day evening with appropriate ccrotnouies.
The funerals of Myrtle, infant daughter of
Harry and Liziio btitzer, and John Iteese,
tho boy that was run over by coal cars, took
placo this afternoon.
A Huuirarliu was found asleep on the 1'.
.t It. railioad, near the .Main stiect bridge,
Saturday night and carried away just in time
to escapo lioing struck by a passengor train.
Private Willard Wodin, who is homo on a
five-day furlough from Camp Algor, will bo
the groom In a wedding tu take place heio to
night and Miss May Orilllth, of Philadel
phia, will be the hrido.
The 100-yard foot race for f 100 a side be
tween Salmon aud Itogers resulted in favor of
tho former by a lead of about ten yards.
Honors inado a protest that Salmon left the
scratch before tho signal was given, but tho
referee did not allow the claim. There will
probably bo another raco between tho same
men, Peter McCIoskey was pistol flier and
Michael Carey, of lititlor township, judge.
Gasoline, Oil Stoves.
We make a specialty of
gasoline, 60 cents in five gallon
lots, delivered. Mica and U. S.
axle grease. Also headlight oil,
150 fire test.
ECLIPSE OIL COMPANY,
No. 143 Kaat Coal Street, Shenandoah, lViniu
Mull orders promptly attended to.
JOHN HOWARD HARRIS, President.
C!nniprlcx a College with
four courtu'M ;
Academy for Young Men and
institute, a refined bourdlng school i School of
Music with uraduatiug eouro(. for cutuloguu
WM. C. GRETZINGER,
i:ni:i!uivTio hii: u
jiu it urn t fur om Imtti)
NuNM-rr tstok. KiHniH)t
mill Ur to Iboev leaving
bom-, i,r cutumiMlun lo It,.
out aucutii. IVrmaoent cin
Dtoruitut The liumnM
ahr l(-rnj,1 AddreKa
IIJiB-j. Peon bo Pbll-t.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED,
HAY nd STHAW,
Floor and Table Oil Cloths.
E. B. Foley, " wcsntre .
Tlio forerjtat fur Tuuvlay : l'air tu t.trtly
olimdy mid muio sultry wuallier, with
slowly-rlsiuu toiiiitratnro, fulluwuil by local
Happening Throughout tin, Coiiuti)
tlhrnnleli-il tor Hhh( rertmal.
The Hoard of l'urdow will meet on Wed
nesday, when Thomas J. Joyce's application
will he heard,
Tho next legal holiday Is Labor day.
The school children reallye that the sum
mer vacation Is fading.
John It. Dnlbin, of Mt. Curmol, has pur
chased a washery at l'oreslvllle, to which
placo hu has removed.
Notices forbidding walking over Lehigh
Valley railroad bridges havo been lately
The railroad olllclalsantlcipateati Increased
freight shipment for the balunco of the year.
An exchange shj-s the Lehigh Valley
station at Haven linn has been closed.
Many of the local merchants aro laying In
their fall stock. To dispose of them
advertise In the llKlt.u.n.
Tamaiua will be a terminal for freight and
coal trains botween Wllllamsporl and tide
water. llolwon's afraid of nothing. Ho also keeps
a still' upper Hp when pretty girls propow to
1 1 i in publicly.
Lost, strayed or Btolen Shenandoah's chief
V011 are not up with the times unless you're
a regular reader 01 tlio lli:i:ALl
1 ho Delaware ULvor llridge Koutc makes
tho Pennsylvania ltailro.id the only lino that
can carry passengers to Atlantic City without
transfer through Philadelphia. Iteincmber
this when you decide upon your trip. Tho
date for tho next excursion is Thuisday,
Many had pavements in (liHoicnt parts of
ine town, win tno unlet Jiurgess Kindly
rend this item over twice, or thrlco if nec
essary. No protocal has yet been signed by the
Heading brewers. The war is still on and
likely to extend to llazletou.
Dr. Oliver K. Speer and Dr. Maud Cable,
both prominent prncticneers of Tamau.ua,
will shortly bo joined in matrimony. They
will both continue tho practice of medicine.
Prof. Jones, of Mahanoy City, willorganio
a ladles' orchestra. It should bo a drawing
card, for the penniless dudes and b'lld-headcd
Fred. Itiomau and Miss Lizzio Ilarlett. re
siding at TaiiKiqua, aie now man and wife.
Thoro will bo but ouo nay day for the P.
& 11. employes in this section this mouth
probably next Saturday.
A Tainauua papor advertises tho SliorilPs
sales with that official's signature omitted.
Nearly every town in tho county has a
park named nfter Dewey or Manila.
It is unkind to say that the canine, after
biting one of the dog-catchers, died from the
Quito a number of now buildings are being
erected at Tamaijua.
Tho P. O. S. of A. state convention will he
held at York next week. Two of tho three
local camps will be represented.
The Schuylkill canal is filled with coal dirt
and tratlic is delayed.
John W. Ldwards of Ashland, will read a
papor at the annual meeting of School Direc
tors on October 5.
Ifov. M. J. Firoy, of tlio Fuglish Lutheran
church t Pottsville, will preacli his farewell
sermon on the 2Mb inst., having accepted a
call at Springfield, Ohio.
Tho theatrical soasouwill open in Pottsville
Jack Stivetts. of tho Huston Club, has been
sold to tho St. Louis Itrowns, but he refuses
to play with that club.
On Saturday tho County Commissioners
negotiated a J7.000 temporary loan at !i per
cent, to help pay current expenses.
Minorsvillo will celebrate thoeiidlngof tlio
war by n big demonstration on Wednesday.
The Supreme Couit has allinued tho opinion
that Constablos are allowed ten cents each
and every mile they travel on olllci.il duty.
The Jeausvillo iron works are working ten
hours a day.
On Friday and Saturday next the G. A. H.
of Frackvillo will hold a camp tiro.
1 ho Contralia School Hoard has not yet
elected teacuors, and me delay lias caused
Tlio Union church liuinp erected at Park
Placo is Hearing completion.
Si lvester aud John Lally. of Gimrdville,
gave a very creditable performance as voca
lists and dancers at .losepli wyatt's saloon on
Saturday night. Tho little Thespians are
aged u and 7 years, respectively
SUNDAY EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY.
Low Hates la the l'ennHylvunia ltallioad
Coiupun'8 Delaware KUci Itrhlgo Itollto.
Sunday, August 21, is the dato of the next
Pennsylvania Hailroad special one-day ex
cursion to Atlantic City.
A sivecial train will bo provided, running
through to and from Atlantic City via the
Delaware lilver liridgo, without change.
Tickets, which will he sold at rate quoted,
will be gooil only on the special train in each
diiection on day of issue.
AilaniHUnio u tit
Leesport 5 IS
Temple 8 55
Heading I! 10
Returning, special train will leave Atlantic
City 7.00 p. m. same day, making same stops
Gcraiiutnns, fuchsias, pansies, daises, roses,
eto., for spring planting at Payne's iiiinerlos,
Girardvllle. Tuberose and gladiolus bulbs.
Tlio Septeiuher Xillilher
Of Tho Delineator is called tho Autumn An
nouncement Number, aud describes accui-
ately and in detail all the latest develop
ments In tho world of drcBs. The literary
features are of tho usual marked excellence,
aud the household subjects aro practical and
timely. Tho artlclo in tho scries on photog
raphy for amateurs, by Sharlot M. Hall, ison
tho dry-plato, and will prove of value to
overy student who alms to obtain the best
results. The romantic Haltimoro sketches,
hy Grex Thayre a continuation of tho col
lege stories that have been so well received
will appeal to tho college bcntimeut of all
alumnae. In the artlclo on Tho Common Ills
of Life, Dr. Grace Peckham Murray treats in
an exhaustive and helpful manner of the
can so aud tho means ot relieving insomnia.
Tho Dressmaker introduces a new depart
ment of practical Instruction that will be
much appreciated in tho homo. The third in
tho series of papers on The Cultivation of the
Voice, by Eleanor Gcorgcu, continues the
professional Instruction and oilers much
valuable information, aud Club Women and
Club Work, hy Helen M. Whitlow, and Girls,
Inteicats and Occupations, by Itfayetto Mo-
Laws, sustain tho interest their discussions
havo already won,
Karl's Clover Hoot Tea is a pleasant laxa
tlve. Hcgulates tho bowels, ptiiifioH the
blood. Clears the complexion, liisy tu
make and pleasant to take, 23 cts. Sold by
P. D, Klrllu and a guarantee,
School Dlilrlct Surcharges,
The Kline Township Auditors havo com
pletcd their labors on the loug looked fur
school report, which mado Its appearance n
day or two ago. In all, f27o has beeu stir
charged to individuals who performed service
for tho district hi the line of school cleaning
At Payne's nursery, Girardvllle, you will
find the largest stock ever been iu tho county,
The Poiliotn Welti I'relly Well rillcil
Tho following were among the oases dis
posed of Saturday night by the Justicos
Hy Justlco Tooinoy: Abram Lovine, dis
turbing worship In the Synagogue, on oath
of Nicholas rrleband; waived a hearing and
entered 800 Imll.
John Krliichock, John Andrew and John
Miller, fighting and nuisance; oath of Police
men Duller and Mulhihy; paid linos and
Joe Ku.uian, disturbing the peace, oath of
Michael lleaton ; paid fibo and costs.
Maitln and Win. Saduskey, assault and
battery, oath of Joe Kuznian ; $300 bail oacli.
Hefore Justice Shoemaker : Paul Kouzlow.
ski vs. Mrs. Kvn Doniblewskl, assault and
battery ; luild fiuo and costs.
Ainbro.lus Yanollcwlcz, assault and lot
tery, oath Joe Litwynowicz ; $:100 bail.
.Martin Yaduski, Frank Czubclcr, William
Yaduski and Mike Czubeter, oath of Joo
Kuzina, assault aud battery ; ball furnished.
Alox Alexis, assault and battery, oath of
Joe Skltls ; $300 lull.
Koil Kosto, was hold in f300 ball bcfoio
Justlco Shoemaker this aftcinoon for com
mitting an assault on John Las.kn.
LAST OF THE SEASON.
I.nw-ltuto Ten-Day r.vclirsfou to Atlantic
Clly, Ac, n Polling Uiinlit Itallnmil.
August 18 is tho dato of tho last low-rate
ten-day excursion from Uric, Troy, Ilelle
fonte, Williams-port, Mocauaqun, Sunbury,
Shenandoah, Dauphin, and principal Inter
mediate stations (Including stations on
branch roads), to Atlantic City, Capo May,
Ocean City, Sea Islo City, Avalon, Anglescu,
Wlldwood, or Holly Heach, via Pennsylvania
Lxctirslon tickets, good to ictiirn ly tegu
lar trains within ten days, will bo sold at rate
of J10.00 from Krlo, ?." 01) from W'llliauisport,
and proportionately low-rates frtiu other
points. Tickets to Atlantic City will also bo
sold via the Delaware Hlver llridge Houte,
the only all-rail line, at ten cents liioiu than
the rate via Market stiect wharf, Philadel
For information in legatd to lutes aud
time of trains consult hand bills, or apply to
agents, or L. 8. Ilnrrar, Division Ticket
Agent, Wllllanisport, Pa.
TO CI.I.AXSI2 Till: SV.sTI'AI
Lll'ectually yet gently, when costive or bil
ious, to permanently overcome habitual
constipation, to awaken tho kidneys and
liver to a healthy activity, w ithout irritating
weakening tlicin, to dispel headaches,
colds, or fevers, u-e Syiup of Figs, mado by
tho California 1'ig Syrup Co.
TrittiKlcr tif Ileal ICstnte.
Tlio following deeds wero filed for record :
From K. H. lieeder and wife to Oscar Herk-
heises, premises in Wayne township. Solomon
Miller ct al. to Joseph Marchelti, premises In
New London. Absalom Heifsuyder and wife
to 15. W. Lewis ot nl premises in Schuylkill
Haven. J. Olivor Heads to C. Georgo .Miller,
piemises in SchuylKill Haven. Georgo Nice
et al, to O. Georgo Miller, premises in Schuyl
kill Haven. John Murphy anil wife to C.
George Miller, premises in Schuylkill Havun.
Francis Smith and wlfo to Hehecca J. Dicfen-
lerfer, premises in Orwinsburg. Mary Aim
Gilden ot vir to Edward P. Fisher, premises
in Halm township. Horace J. Moycr and
wife to Mary Hubinsky, premises in Potts
ville. Lczema, scald head, hives, itchiness of the
skin of any sort instantly relieved, perman
ently cured. Do.ui's Ointment. At any drug
A Hough tililer.
A letter has been received by Andrew
Hughes, the cigar dealer of West Lloyd
street, from John Hoisol, of town, who is
with Hnscvelt's Hough Hlders. Tliu letter
was mailed at Santiago on July 21st, Heisel
is a member of Co. G aud was ill two en
gagements at Santiago. Ho enlisted in New
Mexico about four months ago and says there
aru but two Pennsylvania boys witli tho
Hidcrs. All are well and enjoying soldier
Infant's laco caps, the cheapest and largest
stock in town, at F. J. Port, s, 21 North
Main street. tf
I'liNiiiuil !iy ICtit liftr ciiot'-o.
Trenton, Auc. 15. "Wllllnin Collins
and his wife mid five children, of Hum
boldt street, weie poisoned Saturday
from eutlnrr cheese mid wero In Riuut
ntrnnr for n lnnB time. It was live
hours hefnre they were out of dunser.
The attending- physician pronounced tt
a ense of ptomaine poisoning.
110 E. Centre St.
The only furniture stor in Shen
andoah and vicinity that gives you
the opportunity of re-furnishing
your home with new furniture in
exchange for your old. A reason
able rebate will be allowed on all
This offer is made for n limited
time only. Come early anil
take advantage of It. Do not
wait until It Is declared off.
Our stock consists of a beautiful
line of bed room suits, excellent
finish, such as quarter sawed oak,
bird's eye maple, mahogany -and
other kinds, elegantly carved.
Parlor suits, different designs and
colors. Tables, rockers, chairs,
sideboards, bed steads, mattresses.
Springs, best grades, and cheaper
than ever. Iron bedsteads and
Stoves and Ranges are also
included in our business.
110 E. Centre St.
Dr. Frank Womer,
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT.
Spcctuclis and eye glawtea fitted accurately
Mcdlcrtl practice retimed.
ON-JARDIN ST. SHENANDOAH.
o u v 3 uommerciai Hoiei.
Per Week. Tms,crt lutei,
lUIMllUUilllHIItW IUIIUUO f ,.(lo r.r day.
Morris Heckman, Prop., Cor. Coal & Main Sts.
BOOM FOR TAMAQUA.
That Town Will lie (lit, Terminal for
1'. A' 11. ltulluiiy Company.
Special to J'.vi'MKii Hi.kalii.
'Pamaqtia, Aug. 15. Tamaqiia nun railroad
centie will boom before the end ol the pionciit
year. The laying of the double track be
tween this placo and Last .Mahanoy Junction,
will probably menu the gradual abandonment
of Mahanoy Planes, and the transferilng of
all traffic now going over tho planes by way
Tauiaipia will thus become the most Im
portant railroad town between Philadelphia
and WilllauiKpurt, so fur as the P. & H,
Company Is concerned. Taniunua's gain will
bo Frackvillo's loss, as the abandonment of
tho pianos, as now seems piobahle, will
seriously utile t that m itnin town. The
company icalles that the planes are rim at
an enormous expense, and the transfer of
traffic via Tamacina will bo a great stroko of
Tho double tracking will he computed In a
month or two A day or two ago Herman
lteibe, of Latisford, was awarded tho contract
to erect a new maehiiie shop, now and com
modious freight house, with offices for Stipt.
Dice and his foico of assistants and Chief
Kngineer Ward, as well as tho legiilar ollices
for a large foice of freig'.t clerks, and a
transfer. For this work tlio contractor will
receive $80,(100, and lie mut completu tho
buildings not later than Dicember 1st.
the contractor has begun woik, and next
week will employ 100 more men, making wo
men engaged in tliu work. Tlio building for
tho shops will be lb5.S,- feet, and till feet
high, constructed of bib k, on the site of tliu
present round house. Many engines now
repaired at Heading will bo sent hero. The
height depot will be a handsome striictuie,
OOxoO ftet, two stories high, built of brick
Willi cut stone tiimmiiigs. It will occupy
the site of the present building. Lighteen
ollices on the second Hour for the Superinten
dent and Chief Lugiuecr ami his assistants,
while the liist Hour will ho divided into tliieu
offices and a largo room for tliu storago of
local trcight A novel fcatuie will bo tlio
transfer, !5'0 feet long aud 20 feet wide, for
the puipo.se of transferring freight from one
train to another.
Tliure is a Iright prospect ahead for Tuma
iiia, duo to the enterpii.e of the P. & H.
Uollglllng It to Kloliillhc.
A letter from tlie Artie waters, desciihing
the journey of a ptrty of gold seekers on
their way to the Klondiko region, has a color
of local interest from the fact that Thomas
Hiley, who was a well known resident of this
town and gave up a position under Swift &
Co. to seek his fortune in the land of gold, is
ouo of tlie party referred to, together witli
several Scrautoiiians. Of course it is seveial
weeks since the letter was written. It de
scribes a voyage iioitliHaid on tliu schooner
i:i villa Johnston. Tlio passengers evidently
had a rough time during tlie voyage. The
writer says: "Tlie sea was so rough one could
not walk on deck. 1 mixed a pint bottle of
rhciiinatio medicine for the captain. The
bottle lay Hat on tho cabin table with the
cork out, still containing thirteen ounces ami
not a drop was spillcil. You can judge by
this at what angle our cabin table
stood, mid had been standing for
live days, either to one side or the other
For three nights after tlio vessel wis out
about two weeks sho was in tirrifie. gales
from the west and driven back at the rate of
four mile? an hour. Several times it was
foarcd tho vessel would founder. Ono of the
passougors got a dcinljoliu, ready to place
letters in it and throw it over board. "Hut,"
tho writer continues, "God was good to us
once more. Tho sea and wind calmed down
a little, and wo got up and began to get
breakfast. If il is God's will 1 never wish to
experience such a time again. Tho mate and
cook agreed it was the worst storm they had
ever been in up to that time. Aftor break
fast anothur surprise was iu storo for us. Tho
rudder gearing broko, leaving us helpless for
some time. Tho next morning tho captain
ordeiod tho head taken out of an empty
water bariol and secured by a ropo and
thrown overboard at tho bow. This was to
keep hor from drifting too fast and to
keep tho bow more to tho wind " A
few days later tho ves.sel again struck
rough weather. The captain thought tho
situation sufficiently dangerous to pour oil
on tlio troubled waters aud Unco cans wero
opened and emptied with good effect. Hut
tho rough weather continued and finally tho
rudder of tho vessol broko oil'. The passen
ger writing says : "Huddor gear was of iron
2J inches thick. Tills was bent liko a how in
tliu opposite diiection from that which tlio
waves weio going, It is my opinion that a
whale must have run against it. Tlio noxt
day when it was calmer, tho captain took
down our top-mast and nailed threo boards
to it to widou it. This was used as a rudder.
Although It was very hard to mauago, wo at
last n ached Deich Harbor. The custom
ollicer hoarded us before wo arrived at our
anchorage and lent us a helping hand with
tho steam laiiuch. There are four vessels
building in this (Dcich) harbor for plying on
tho Yukou river. After wo replace our rud.
dor and repack tho ship's stores we will apply
lor worK on tno uiitiulslicd vessels until our
Mothers loso thoir dread for "that terriblo
second stimmor" when thoy havo Dr. Fowlor's
Uxtract of Wild Strawborry in tho house.
Natuio's specific for summer complaints of
Among tho most recent pensions granted to
people of this and adjoining counties aro the
following: Joseph Steiner, Cressona, fil ;
Henry Owens, Lost Creek, $0 ; Aaron Lvitts,
Tremout, $; Mary Scott, Pottsville, $8 ; H.
Hummel, Shauiokin, increased from f S to $12,
Buy your pocket books nnd purses, from Be
to ?3.00 at F, J, ForU's. tf
'fir viu nat,!""
t thoClobu fcr
IfL'JuALCIA M4 similar Complaints
$kfiF.RMAH MEDICAL LAWS
Worlil renowned 1 ltim.ib-il,ltf mf....ri,i .
I Only RPiinlno w ' li Trade Mark " Anchor,'
1'. Ad. Itlt'littrA Co.. "I,, I'. nilSt.. .Vw YoiL
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Branch Houses, Ova Qlaaiworka.
Sl&Wcbi. Kudoreoil & recommended i?
A. wasley, 106 it. Main St.,
L0. ir.IIairentiucu. 103 N. Main at.
r.r.ji.iiiriin, 6 a. Main St,
"ANCIIOlt" STOItlACJIIAT. 1,.t
fly,1ypri'"lrtifcHniiinrli CoiiioIiiIoIh. I
A Handsomo Comploxion J
Is ono of the greatest charms a woman can)
i possess. Pozzoni's Coui Luiioit l'owniiii
I gives it. I
I 111 1
Misses Carrie and Amy Heddnll, of Port
C nilion, woie visitors to town to-day.
P. P. I). Kirliu left town this afternoon for
Lebanon, to attend the grand lodga suasions
of tho Knights of Pythias, which begin to
morrow. Mr. Klrlln represents Gonoral
Hairlson lodge of town.
William Hachmaii, of Hazloton, spoilt yes
terday In town visiting fiiends.
Misses Holla nnd Kadln Mullahy, daughters
of Hoiough Treasurer T. J. Mullahy, left
this mornine fur Hnzlc'on to spend n week
Sam lllock made a business trip to tho
county seat this morning.
S. G. M. Hollopeter. Hsq , has gono to
Philadelphia to spend n few weeks with his
h'ov. Hubert O'Hoyle and family will leavo
lown to-moriow lor Hcdlord Springs to re
eilpeiato. Hllsworth Hlllerman and family havo
Inovid to hot list Dale.
IMuiinl .! Hinland and family havogono to
Allentown topcnd n week visiting friends.
Mrs. Ann Llewellyn spent to-dsy visiting
fiiends at I'ottsvillo.
Mrs. Frank Schmidt and Miss Tiltle Dorr
spent Sunday at Sliamoklu.
Unbelt and Missos Lizzie nnd Mary J.
IM wards went to Mt. Curmol to-day to attend
Ford. Gibson is home from Camp Alger on
a week's furlough.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Lamb visited relatives
at St, Clair yestenlay.
Fred. Hooks and family are visiting tho
rot mem pirents at Pottsville.
Miss Katlo Hlchwood, of tho Hotel Frauoy.
has lcttirned homo from rhllailelphla.
Miss Lutz. of Mahanoy Citv. and Miss
Oeithur, of Minersville, wero Sunday visitors
Miss Jennie Glcnwright, of Mlncrsvlllo,
visited rtilntlvig here yesterday.
Miss Hannah Morrison has returned home
from her vacation trip to Washington, D. C
William J. T'obln has returned from a visit
to friends at Mt. Cartncl.
Wilbur W. Pettit and family enjoyed a
a drive through the, valley yesterday.
Mrs. Max Schmidt, of Sliamokin, is visit
ing relatives iu town.
Mis Kiln Crcary, or Philadelphia, Is visit
ing relatives iu town.
Maud, daughter of Win. Womer, of town,
has letuincd fioin tliu I'ottsvillo hospital,
whole she was under treatment for several
weeks. Sho is much improved, hut will re
turn to the Institution to-morrow.
Messrs. Joo May and Wm. Vealo "hiked"
to Tamacpi.i yestenlay.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Keinmercr, Mr. and
Mrs. Aniiiiidus Woomer, Mr. nnd Mis. Chas.
Dcrr, L A. Anstock, Dr. J. S. Kistler, and
Misser Lizzie Kiall' and Annie Yost, wero iu
attendance at the camp meeting at Lakeside
TOHIX.-On tlio 13th lnt , nt Mt. Cnnncl, l'a..
ut ornc r. i mn,K)iioi jouii 11. aim .inno
Toliln, iiKi-d ) yearif. Tlio fuhfial will take
Aiwv on WeilticMtlay, 17th litbt., at 8 a in.
JUkIi niasH at the ChtirL-h of Our latly ot
Sit Cnnncl at Intrrmont In tho lioaver
lnlf conu'tery ncr Mt. Cannel. Helatlvr?
ami frlcmU H'iK'ttfiiUy Invited to attend, 2t
IOK 9 ALU. A vuhmhle property, ,rek linlltl
V ini with all moil rn eonvenieiicen nml In
ext rlh-nt loeattof, HltnMo nt coiner of Lloyd
and Wl htiecN For finttier inform Hon np.
11 toMr-4. H D. irpHs, 8-lC-tf
I Milt 1'liNT. A naloon with dwelling, con-i
1 tainiiitf 15 conitortnhte roomn on South
Aim ti nIi t-fi Ltuiitcd In the lnirinetH poitton
litiiMiimltle teiniK- ('all nt lU'iiAM) 111 to. 8-2-1 in
HOR SAUC-A valmhle property on Wot
I' Cent re Htrcet, dwelliiiK lionxe, anil all con- .
vridetifen In delrah)o location. Apply to '
Thomas Tosh, for further pal titulars. G-.T'tf
IOltHATJC A sftloon, (lood ttand and con
1 tml loeuthm. Has two pool tuhUn, ono
helii a comhl nation of pool and hi 1 1 lards.
Apply nt the IlriiAi.i olllee. tf
A Kai in Loonteil ahout one mile from
ltlni;tt n. Containing ahmit 37 acrt h, d filing
and all iitretsfiry huihllnui. Cheap and on
easvteiuw Apply to A. . I 1'imjkim, Attorney,
101 We-t Mnrktt htuet, INttBviIle, or to T. U.
AIho nil thnt certain leasehold, Httuate nt Xr.
V-2T Vet Coal htrcet, in Vert Mahanoy tow n
stiip. A K"d haiKalu and cheap
T. H. II KM) AM.,
Corner Main nnd Centre utreets,
K-pJ-lm Hhenamloah, l'a.
HOT WEATHER OR NOT
There are some tilings you mint
buy. Less ironblc to buy here than anywhere
A REAL BARGAIN.
Jnponct silk handker
for 5 cents worth
A Few Shirt Waists
To Go at Halt Price.
around the edce witli
A few mills anil cnils
to Knt linlf ptice.
fine lnce 50 doen of
them to go nt 10c,
worth 25 cents.
21 N Main St.
Spoont, the furniture dealer,
has made a contract with the
Boston Factory Shoe Manu
facturers which enables him to
sell shoes 25 to 30 per cent,
cheaper than other dealers in
the region. All the goods are
made of good, solid leather,
well made and the latest
styles at all prices from 30
cents ii) to $5.00. Everybody
is invited to call and inspect
our line and save money. For
the next 30 days we will sell
shoes 15 per cent, below
Itl 0 UKL
27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, Pa,
Tho Rosy FrosbLtioss
vclvtt Kottnens nt tikln is lnv.
r tliK d who una l'oizom'a
aaffll STORE !
Dcwcy Americanizrnp; the Philippines.
Wherever Battle Ax goes it pacifies and satisfies
everybody and there arc more men chewing
to-day than any other chewing tobacco ever made.
The popularity of Battle Ax is both national
and international. You find it in Europe : you
find it in Maine: you find it in India, and you'll
find it in Spain (very soon).
Our soldiers and sailers have already taken it to
Cuba and the Philippines ! Are you chewing it ?
Remember the name
when you buy again.
CLKAUY'S IvXTRA 1 INK
-GINGER ALB, -
and Orange Champagne.
o Dl!AI,i:n IN o
Cigars and Tobacco.
Wholesale and HclaU.
SO West Centre Street,
Place to furnish your
And other house furnishings
D. & J. SEIGEL, '
123 & 131 South Plain St.
All kinds of stove repairing
A good jtlnco fur u (rood
Michael Mills' Saloon,
2! IS. CYntreittrect,Midlct' building,
Wine, Wliliiklm, llror und Clipira, Krciliet
liter Iu town nlwayi ou U.
- ii ifkrYbn
EDUCATED and ARTISTIC TASTES
In wall papers nnd decorations in ono of the
nineteenth century accnniplitilimetits, That In
why thoe who select their wall paper at
OA HI UN'S KHoiuh delightful rcculttf. It Isn't
ncccHiary to purchase the expensive graded, tho
dtflin and colota aro just an artUtie in tho
chenper tirades. If they aro not ho tlch. I-'or
thoo who with to decorate their room with
nitiritlu witli papei'H ko to
J. P. CARDEN,
224 West Centre Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
Have Removed to
Examination Made at Your Home or at
-Has Moved to
118 S. Main Street.
Private family ortlers will receive
prompt attention. I,eave them
at the office, we will do