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SHENANDOAH. PA.. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1890.
VOL. XY.-NO 235
For 60 years made on
honor Sold on merit.
Strictly High Grade.
. BIG DAY
Sold For Ca3h op
J. P. Williams & Son,
13 5. Main St., Shenandoah, Pa.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Cor. Lloyd and White Sts.,
COUirs UfiSlred. Three skeins oi cream
One. No. 3 BoueCrochet Needle. 1
Morgan's Fancy Bazar, 23 Norm Mam st.
142-One Gallon Uuioras
97 (Half Gallon Lucas
1 1 S Quarter Gallon Lucas
Reduced From $1.25
Some are wet. Some are smoked. But the paper label is the only
part of the paint damaged. It will pay you to buy now and keep until
ready to use.
Siwalm's . Hardware . Store.
Hats and Caps,
Shoes, all Kinds.
We have now opened in these branches with an entire new
stock, and will continue to feature them in our business. Come and
see for yourselves. You will find
your own taste.
Tm NEW STORE,
38 North Main Street.
New Oil Cloths.
INGRAINS. New Styles, Extra Qualities.
RAG CARPET. All Kinds and Prices.
AND OTHBR MAKUS.
Lsa sod on Time.
Materials Required. One
skein of Sunrise No. 312, or
Blue No. 152. 3 fold Columbia
Sarniw for Ynka and Frto-lno-. nr anv
wunvMJ 1 bWQiiigi vi hmj
white 3 fold COlUmola Saxony tor body.
Ready Mixed Paints
Ready IVl 1 3 c d Paints
Ready Mixed Paints
to $I.OO a Gal. Can.
our prices and our goods to suit
HARRY LEVIT, Prop
line o newi spring! '
Victorious Admiral Leads New
York's Monster Naval Parade.
THREE MILLION SPECTATORS
View the Great Pcgcant From the Shores
of the Harbor.
QUARTER OP A MILLION AFLOAT.
Mory of the (heat Pageant as Viewed From
the Deck of the Flagship Olympia The
Olympla's Officers, by Orders of the Ad
mlral, Appeared In Modest Uniform
The Admiral Himself Directed the Move
ments of the Fleet His Rebuke to an
Officer of the Olympia.
New York, Sept. 30. No rtomnn
conquorer leturned to his triumph of
barbaric splendor, no victorious Kini;
or prince comine home from r suc
cessful war ever received such a mag
nificent ovation as overwhelmed Ad
miral Dewey yesterday as he stood on
the brldce of the Olympia at the head
of a magnificent fleet of steel thunder-
ers of the deep, followed by a thousand
vessels of peace, each tiered and coat
ed black with people, and sailed over
the bright waters of the upper bay
and up tho broad pathway of tho'sunllt
river, whose banks wore gay with mill
ions of flags and streamers dancing in
The sky was blue, the water rippled
under tho fresh wind that held out
flaas straight and jaunty, and the
wharves and piers and rocky heights
and grassy knolls were black with
frantic, enthusiastic people, who striv
od weakly to mako their shouts heard
above the perfect bedlam of -tooting
whistles that accompanied the admiral
ashore and afloat. As the tomb of
General Grant, on Riverside drive, was
reached the fleet paid its tributo to the
memory of the groat warrior with a
national salute of 21 roaring guns.
The fleet then anchored and reviewed
the'almost endless procession of craft
that steamed past, all so burdened
with humanity that tho looked as if
they would turn turtle l)o'fore they got
back to tho piers. Toward tho end
tho parade became disorganized, and
it took hours for the Heterogeneous
flotilla to get by. Darkness at last
brougM relief to tho tird admiral,
who Lad stood on the bridge for six
hours, bowing his acknowledgments.
Now York'H 3r-ntot Doinoiixtriitlon.
New York lias never witnessed be
fore anything approaching this won
derful, remarkable demonstration. The
Columbian naval parade, tho dedica
tion of Grant's tomb and tho reception
of the North Atlantic squadron last
fall, all pale before this gigantic ova
tion to tho sailor who, In a single
morning, destroyed an onemy'8 fleet
without tho loss ot a man or a ship.
It Is not beyond the mark to say that
8,000,000 people viewed the pageant
from ashore, and that a quarter of a
million were afloat.
When New York turned out to the
celebration In the. morning a light
haze hung over the harbor, but this
was soon burned up by- a bright sun
The wind was strong and gusty and
kept tho flags snapping. Tho watir
rippled under the fresh breeze, and the
dancing little waves seemed to raise
tholr crusty heads In anticipation of a
sight of the conquerer.
People who went down the bay wero
lost In admiration of the display of
bunting along the water front. On tho
East river, from the bridge to the
Battery, where the sailing craft lie in
groves, the spars were covered with
such a mass of color as might be com
pared to a maple grown hillside In
the deep autumn. The tall spars of
the clippers wero conspicuous for their
ensigns and signals. Every craft la
the harbor was decked oat from stem
to stern with all the' grace and at
tractiveness known to skippers. But
the display In tho East river was not
to be compared with that of tho North
river, up which the procession was to
paBs. From the peaks or every pier
Jong ropes strung with flags of evory
jjuo were stretched to the snubbing
post at the corner, and tho frouts
wore, decorated with the multitude of
gay devices. There wero flags on the
staffs and lines of lings above the
ropes. The vessels at their sides were
dressod .from stem tb taflrail and some
carried flags on their yards and had
their deckhouses covered. The wind
shook the bannors from millions of
windows, porticos and even steeples,
and never perhaps in this generation
did hearts that lovo It bound so quick
ly to the sight of the flag. Up tho
river, far off on the Jersey shore and
high on tho misty palisades, it gleamed
Vlowed From tho Ulymiiln'n Deck
Tho best placo from which to view
the groat, raarlno panorama" was nat
urally from the deck of the Olympia
and by the courtesy of Admiral Dewey
three press representatives were per
mltted aboard. Very early the fleet
ot Btea.Tishlps, steamboats, yachts and
tugs which were to have a place in the
line began moving down tho bay to
the allotted points whoro tho several
divisions were to form, but many o
them could- not resist the temptation
to first' visit the anchorage of the
men-of-war off Tompklnsville, and
before 11 o'clock tho Olympia was
surrounded by a perfect mob of every
known kind ot craft all swarming
with peoplnfelrclinE around, or puBa
ing their noses closo up under the ship
to get 0" glimpso of the admiral pacing
the quarter deck. The bands aboard
tho excursion boats played and the
whistles and sirens ot the other craft
made the air hideous by their shrieks,
They kept coming, coming In pairs and
half dozens, until they lay a dozen
deep, resisting the charges of the
patrol boats in their determination to
get up within shouting distance.
Their recklessness was amazing.
They ran across each other's bows
they rubbed against one another, they
pushed bow or stern, until further
(Continued ou Second I'uue.J
More Arrests Kxpecteil In the llurke
Michael Dooling, who was arrested yester
day cn n charge of being one of the masked
men who entered the home of Borough Soli
citor Burke, was given aproliminaiy hearing
before Justice Toomcy last night.
Dooling claims be worked in the mines at
the timo the burglary was committed, but
Benjamin Jones testified that between 13:15
and 12:30 on the morning of the burglary he
saw Dooling and another man at the comer
of Line street and Pear alley, where Jones
lives, and that bo saw them go down the
alley towards the yard at the rear of Mr.
Burko s residence. He lost sight of them
there. Jones says he know Dooling because
be was well acquainted with him.
Justice Tooraey committed Dooling for
further bearing to-night, in default of $500
bail, but additional developments led to a
bearing before the Justice in tho polico head
quarters this morning, during which a wit
ness named Patrick Keilly recognized Dool
ing as a man ho saw pass the Rescue Hook fc
Ladder Company's house two or three times,
and then go down. Pear alley, a short time
before the burglary.
Dooling wept and declared ho had nothing
to do with the affair. Ho also denied that
Reilly had seen him as stated. Justice
Toomey committed him to jail without bail.
Thomas McUale, alias Ulgglns, who is also
charged with being one of tho burglars, was
arrested just before noon to-day by O. & I.
Policeman Kleindenst He was takeu into
custody while asleep in the Centennial boiler
house. Tho prisoner was turned over to
Chief of Police Murphy aud Detective
O Jiara, and placed in the lockup. He will
probably be given a hearing to-night.
Every suit bought ready-mado or made-to-
onler, is kept in repair aud prosssed free of
charge for one year by The Famous. tf
The Hub has added a new department to
its already large number, and to-day for tbe
first time offers its patrons the finest display
of confectionery on the market. There is a
demand here for fine candies at popular
prices, and Tbe Hub is simply catering to
the wants of its patrons in giving them what
they want. These goods are all fresh, man
ufactured by the leading confectioners of the
country, A cordial invitation is extended to
our patrons to examine the stock. Call and
procure a pound for Sunday,
The Hate of Wages.
The rata of wanes to be paid by the P. A It
C. & I. Co. for the last half of September aud
first half of October will be two (2) per cent,
below tbe $2.50 basis.
Keimnlellng a Uullillng,
The building at the rear of tho borough
building used by tbe Columbia Hoso Com
puny as a place of storage for the sprinkler
and other purposes is being remodeled.
Makes tho food more
ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY,
Win. PENN MURDER.
The Accusetl Will be Tried In November
and Have Secured Counsel.
Tho fourteen Lithuanians, six of whom
are charged with the murder of Joseph Kut
kaskas, and the balance with rioting at Wm.
Penn on Sunday last, will be tried at tbe
November term of criminal court which be
gins November 13. Tho accused men and
their friends are beginning to realize the
seriou&iess of their position and yesterday
II. O. Bechtel aud A. D. Knittle wero en
gaged to defend nine of tho defendants.
Bolls Bnblns, tbe defeudent against whom
the direct evldenco Is the strongest, will be
defended by M, M. Burke, of town. Eye
witnesses to the tragedy of Sunday last nro
satisfied that Bubins struck the fatal blow
during the fight which took place. There is
a lack of evidence sufficient to convict all of
the defendants of murder in tho first degree,
but the Commonwealth's officers regard the
case against Bubins as a very strong one.
Tho best made-up tailor-made suits for
ladies and men in Schuylkill county, of tho
best cloths for the least money, only at This
The Snlt Still On.
The suit of Contractors Books and Gibbs
against the Girardville School Board, which
Is on trial before Judge Kenning, has devel
oped into a fine legal battle between opposing
counsel and some knottv nroblems are lire-
fseuted to his Honor to decide. The suit is
still on, and will continue next week,
Contractor Books was on tbe stand two days
Mlcaael Graham, of town, is one of tho
To Cure LaOrlppe In Two Days
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund tbe money if it falls to cure.
E. V. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c.
The special committee of tbe Town Coun
cil of Pottsvllle has now given hearings to
representatives of the various telephone
companies seeking right of way through that
borough, and are uow preparing their report
to Council. It is said the committee favors
the admission of independent companies.
They will not, however, report to' Council
next Tuesday evening, and thus more delay
Tho largest assortments In cloths for gents'
suits, pants and overcoats to select from ut
Tub Famous, tf
The following letters remain uncalled for
at the local post oiUeo : Miss Monaghau, Miss
Lillle E. Green, Miss Edith Meeck, Joseph
Paskey, Ferutan Gibson, Thomas Bottom,
Henry Bernbart, Messrs. Schweyer & Leiss.
D. W. Bedba, P. M.
The Famous are headquarters for the cele
brated Bossmore bat, tho best for the money
la America. tf
delicious and wholesome
PowofR CO., mew vodk.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Sanitary Condition of the Ilorotigh Ilulld-
A regular monthly meeting of tho Board of
Health was held last evening in tbe Council
chamber, with the following members in at
tendance: Messrs. Spalding, Maloue and
Hotmau. Secretary Curtin and Health
Officer Conry were also in attendance.
The necrology committee reported that
during the month ending September 29th
tbcie were S3 deaths aud one stilt birth.
Secretary Curtin presented a report for tho
same period an follows: Burial permits is
sued, 38; local permits, 30; transit permits, 2.
fourteen or tbe penults issued were for tbe
burial of non-residents. They were from
the following pi ices : Wm. Peim. 5; Lost
Creek, 2; Brownsville, 3; aud one each from
Park Place, Schuylkill Haven, Connors and
Colorado. There wero 30 interments in town
cemeteries and two In outside places. The
secretary also reported having paid $40 50
into the borough treasury, and having re
ceived an order for $440, which was endorsed
over to J. J. Bradigan as part payment on
The epidemic committee reported that
during the mouth there wero but two com.
munivablo disease cases, they being casoa of
scarlet rover, tor the samo month last year
lourtecn ca-s were reported with three fa
talkies. There were foXer cases of com.
municablo diseases reported during tbe
prt sent year, thus far, than for .any corres
ponding period iu any other year since tbe
organUaliou of the Board of Health. Tbe
secretary added that there has been no death
from contagious disease since last March, tho
begiuniug of the present year of tho Board.
Health Officer Conry reported having at
tended to nineteen cases of nuisances during
Under tho head of nuisances Mr. Malone
revived his attack upon tho sauitary coudl
tiou of the Borough building. He said the
buildi ng is in the same condition as it was
months ago and, from cellar to Couucil
chamber, is not fit to sit in. lie stated that
tbe cause of trouble is the sewerage of the
Health Officer Conry stated that bo
notitlcd Council while it was In session as to
the condition of the building, but, for some
reason unknown to him, nothing had been
doue iu tbe matter.
U was suggested that the Health Officer
visit the cellar aud note its oouditiou. This
was done and, upon liU return, the Health
Officer stated that the cellar was in a worse
condition Uimi he bad ever seen it. Tho
sewerage, he said, was baoked up from tbe
rear end of tbe cellar to within live feet o
tho steps at tho front end. The members of
tbe Board then weut into the cellar, the pro
ceedings being meatiwnile suspeudod. Upon
return io tin' Council chamber it was under
stool Hut the Health Officer consult the
Board's solicitor In tbe matteraud bedirectcd
by I - idvice.
A unniuieatloii'from W. A. King, chief
stati iau of the ceusus department at
W.iuntou, 1). C, relative to the returns of
vlt tatistlos for tho town, was read aud re-
You can lave 30 cents on each dollar on
your purchase when buying of The Famous,
ltev. Jones Lenves.
Rev. T. G.Joaes, who filled the pulpit of
the Welsh Congregational church of town
the past tbreo months, has goue to Chicago,
where he will enter a somluary to complete
ms ministerial stuaies.
New dinner and toilet sets, lamps, etc. At
Fashionable dressers who are
seeking fashionable Hats and
Gent's Furnishings. We are
now showing a splendid Fall
selection of novelties. We
ask very little money for them.
CORNER MAIN AND CENTRE STREETS.
FROM $1.35 TO $3.99.
29c, 60c, 79c, 87c, 90c, $1.67. $2.25,
15 CTS., $1.00, $1.30, $1.68.
49 Cents to $2.98.
FURS, MUFFS, SCARFS.
7 to 47 cents per yard.
7 cents to $1.37 I-2.
Clayton Mill Sacking,
54 in. at 52 cents.
Cloths and window
PARDCTC sliades- Bestassort
UHnr L I O nietit in town.
Remnnnt'4 of Car.
p;ts and Oil Cloths cheap.
FRICKE'S CARPET STORE,
i0 South Jardln Street.
Ulmer's Fresh Sausage
Make a splendid breakfast,
and one relished by everybody.
We have received a nice stock of
buckwheat, the very best to be had.
Ulmer's sausage is received daily
by us, fresh from themanufacturer.
It enjoys big sales.
26 EAST CENTRE STREET