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Picnics and Outings!
i
Severn, tho Grocei', is head-
quarters tor tlllO LrlieeSO, 1' l UllS
1
and Yegetablcs,Canned treats,
Pickles,' Crackers, Cakes, Con
densed Milk, etc., suitable for
picnics and excursions.
All new and fresh goods.
Cor. Centre and White Streets.
I'UHLIBHKI) DAILY AND WIJEKLY.
LOCAL LUNCHEON.
Next holiday, 4th of July.
June is the Inst shad month,
Tho dog population is becoming
populous.
too
Now get your tackle and bait and try tho
black bass,
When a man wants to paint tho town
red, they say he hag tho scarlet fover.
Blackberry bushes are now in blosssom
and tho blooms promito a plentiful supply
of fruit.
Country boys will do welUo remember
that the penalty for killing young rabbits
is S3 caeli.
The world was made boforo somo people
but to hear them talk you would not be
liovo it.
"With plenty of fruit and cheap sugar
this promises to be tho ?reatoit preserving
soaon for years.
SANDBAGGED BY A THIEF.
A Ilnnk Cashier's Sister Terribly Ilentou
Whiles Trying to Givo ail Alarm.
Matawax, N. J., Juno 3. Groat excite'
ment exists over tho daring attempt to
burglarize tho residence o Cashier Will
iam II. Tuthlll of tho Tcoplo's National
Bank.
At nn early hour tho burglar awoke
Miss Maggie Tuthill, sister of tho bnnk
cashier, who, utter listening, called her
brothor. Not receiving any answer, she
made her way to his room, but was pre'
vented from entering by tho intruder,
who suddenly struck her over tho head
with a sandbag, which felled her to tho
floor. Tho villain struck her attain and
again with the sandbag until each blow
loft its mark. Her screams woro hoard
by Cashier Tuthlll, who quickly got his
gun nnd attempted to shoot tho robber,
but tho uuu would not go oil.
Tho villain Jumped out of a second
story window. Tho occupants of the
house began screnmiuv, which aroused
tho neighbors, who chased tho robber
with nlstols nnd shotguns.
tV'hen Miss Tuthill was carried to her
room she could not speak. Later sho
said that tho man was rather tall nnd
that she was struck several times acrosa
tho head with au instrument called a
saudb.ig.
MIsb Tuthlll la somewhat markod
about the face, and it Is thought that
some scars will remain to disllguro her.
Tuthlll was somewhat frightened. It la
thought that Mr. Tuthlll had somo $!i0,
000 or $-10,000 for deposit In his Keyport
Lank.
Completed to Doadwood.
The Burlington Kouto, C, B. &Q. 11. K.,
from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, is now
complotod, and daily passenger trains aro
runnlne through Lincoln, Nob., and
Custer, S. D., to Dead wood. Also to New
castle. Wyoming. Slcoping cars to Dead-
wood, tf
Coming Events.
Juno 3 Demorost Contest and ontortaitv
ment; Forguson's theatre, 8 o'clock p.m.
Juno 17 Strawberry and ico cream festi
val in Bobbins' opora houso under tho
auspices of W. It. O. No. GO.
Juno 18. Excursion of Washington
Camp. No. 200. P. O. S. of A., to Lake
side.
Juno 29. Picnic at Columbia Park by
National Guard of Warsaw.
July 4 Grand Carnival and picnic by
Columbia IIoso Sloam Firo Engino Com
pany.
Now Bakery.
Scheider Bros, navo oponod a now
bakery at 27 South Main stroot, whoro you
can'got fresh bread, cakos, candy and ico
cream. Givo thorn a call. 5-15 3m
Tho largost stock of wall papor and
window shades ovorlrooeivod in this town,
or county. Hood selection, at F. J. Portz'e
book and stationery store. 3-20-tf
Beet domet shirt in town,
Famous" clothing houso, 60c.
at "Tho
Shifting
pants from 7Cc. up.
If you want to drive away Dyspepsia,
BlllouMiess, Constipation, l'oor Appotilonnd
all evils arl.lng from a disordered Liver use
Dr. Lee's Liver Modulator. Trial bottles ireo
at Klrlln's drug store.
WALL PAPER !
A CAHLOAD JUST AKIUVHD AT
IMI EL LIST'S
Blanks fio
Gilt So
Embossed vi l-so
"Window Slindos, spriug rollors..25o
Curtuiu Polos 25c
MOVEOTO
22 East Centre St., Shenanooah,
CHAS.5T. RICE'S OLD STAND.
Entortalnrnont To-night.
ADomorost contest and entortalnmcnt
will bo hold in Fercuson's tlioatroto-nlcht.
Tho nroiramme will be ft nleasinit ono and IF.
tho attendance will bo well repaid,
. ... . .. . . i
Playing CardB.
playinc cards by sending flftoon cents In
r " t i l
postngoto r. s. Kuetls, Uen'I 1'ass, Ajrl,
B.. 0.& Q. It.lt. Chlcaco, 111. tf
Now Local Sooloty.
A charter has been granted to tho
"Pulaski Citizens' Beneficial Society of
tho Unitod States." It is a Shenandoah
organization, having for its objects tho
maintenance of a sooloty for social, educa
tional and beneficial purposes.
Its Excellent Qualities
Commend to public approvaltho California
liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Pigs. It is
pleaBing to tho oyo, and to tho taste and by
gently acting on tho kidneys, liver and
bowels, cleansing tho systoin ofleetually,
thereby promoting the health and comfort
of all who ueo it.
Played Ball
Tho barbors and tailors formed nino3 yos.
terday aftornoon and played agamoof ball
at the trotting park. Thero woro proruis-
ing playors in oach of tho ninos and tho
gamo was an exciting ono for a while, but
the tailors ovcntually dressed the barbors to
tho tuno of 2 to 10. Tho latter promises
to givo their victors a closer shave next
time.
Married at Berwick.
John llousniek, of town, tho onorgetic
and enterprising junior membor of tho hat
and cap manufacturing firm of Bobbins &
Uounick, was married to-day at Berwick,
to Miss Anna Thompson, ol that place.
Mr. Housnlck will return to town with his
brido in a few days and tako possession of a
cosily furnished residenco on East Coal
streot.
Our Bill of Faro.
Propared and published expressly for the
Herald roadors.
THUltSDAY.
JIMSAKFAST.
Beef Hash.
Johnny Cake. Butler.
Applo Jelly. Cocoa.
DINNER.
Boof Slow with Dumplings. Lettuce,
Warm Jitscult. Jiapio oyrup.
Applo Pio. Cold Water,
surrsn.
Dry Cracker Toast.
Graham Bread and Milk.
Cako. Stowed Prunes.
Business Oollogo Notes
John JI. llough, a ftraduato of tho busi'
noss department, has, also, taken a position.
Miss Lizzio Williams, a rccont graduate
in shorthand, has acccptod a position in
Philadelphia.
Messrs. Moycr and Williams, of tho
shorthand department, and Miss Driscoll,
and Messrs. Hough and Poloy, of tho busl
noss department, of tho Shonandoah Busi
ness Oollego, havo completed their studies
in the rospectivo departments, and received
diplomas last wook. A number of othors
will finish shortly.
P. O. S. OF A. ITEMS.
Nows From all Parts Concerning
tho Ordor.
Garfield Commandory, No. 21, of Mah
anoy City, will parado at Il&zlcton on July
l'.h, with llazlo Coramandery, No. 17, in
tho immense joint demonstration of tho
P. O. S of A. and Jr. O. U. A. M.
Shenandoah Comtnandery, No. 21, will
probably participato in tho parado nt
Frackvillo on tho morning of July 4th, in
tho demonstration under tho auspices of
Camp CO. In tho evening tho coinman
dory will participato in tho tableau parado
to bo arraugod by Camp 125, of Qirard-
villo.
Commandcrlo3 No. 43, Choster, 22,
Towor City, and 62, Hanover, of tho
Patriotic Guard, V. O. S. of A., havo with
drawn from body and havo enterod tho S,
of A.
Commander General John It. Mast, of
Koading, is tho right man at tho head of
the S. of A. Ho is an indefatigablo workor
and will mako a grand showinij for tho
ordor by tho time tho etato convention Is
held next Fobruary.
Tho special returns from commandorles
which havo entered tho S. of A. show a
membership of 1,70 and it is ospectod tho
membership in tho stato will reach 2.C00 by
next August. This will onablo the organ!
zation to opon tho Mortuary Payment
Fund with tho required membership to pay
$200 benefit on tho death of a member, or
his WHO.
Lincoln Commandory, of Philadelphia,
received 2G applications for membership at
its last meeting.
Tho now rituals aro in the hands of
thirty-two comra&ndorios, and they have
elicited ilattoring comments.
Only two commandories of tho old or
ganization in this stalo remain out of tho
new ordor, but from indications it will not
bo long before thoy will wheel into lino.
Commandory No. 11 turnod out 21 men
on Decoration Day. Their soldiery ap
pearanco and marching, as they marched
up Main street In company front, clicitod
applauso. Tboro is no reason why this
commandory should not turn out from 40
to 60 mon at a time. This would add con
siderably to tho appcaranco of the organi
zation.
Startling Facts.
The American people aro rapidly becoming
a race of nervous wrecks, aud the followlug
suggest the bestremedy : Alphousolleniplfc
Ing, of Duller, l'a., swiars that when his son
was speechless from tit, Vitus dance Dr.
Miles' groat llestoratlvo Nervine curtd him.
Mrs. J. It. Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. U.
Taylor, of Logausport, Ind., oaa 4 gained 3d
pounds Irom tauiug It. Mrs, II. A. Onnluer,
of Vistula, lud., was cured of 40 to CO con
vulsions a day. and muoli headacln. dlzzlt
nefs. backache and nervous urootratlon bv
one bottle. Trial bottles, and tine books of
marvelous cures, iree ai u. i. xjasenuuen,
inouruggiei, wno levounnttuus uuaguuran'
tees this unequaled remedy.
Spoctacles to suit all eyes at F, J, l'ortz'i
book and stationery itore, 21 North Main
etreot. 3-20-tf
DIod
lvfcKtf. At ahenandoab, Juno 2, rem,
Mrs. Emma P. Kern, relict of tho lato Dr.
J. Korn, In tho 65tU yoar of hor ago.
"or lunorai win occur irom nor laio
I. i , , , .
homo on Horlh JIain street, Friday, Juno
5i ,t 1:30 p. m, Interment in tho Odd
respectfully Invltod to attend. 2t
uiiuno tviuumij jtumviiua nuu muitus
More Good Work.
Supervisor Llewellyn had a gang of
mon at work until threo o'clock this morn
Ing, cleaning out culverts in tho Plrst
ward. Tho culverts had been blocked by
tin cans and other obstacles, washed into
them by tho heavy rain last night. This Is
an instanco showing tho trouble that peo-
plo causo by throwing rubbish upon tho
streets and demonstrates tho necessity for
prompt action against parties who violate
tho borough ordinances by doing so. Super
visor Llowollyn is complimented lor his
prompt action In tho matter and the doing
of such work in tho night is especially
commendable.
GET ONE.
Tho Pennsylvania Railroad's Now
Summor Exourslon-Houto Book.
Tho Pennsylvania llallroad'-s Summer
Excursion-Koulo Book for tbo season of
1801, just from tho press, is undoubtedly
ono of tho most olaborato referonco com
pendiums issued by nny railroad company
in tho world. Tho company this year has
used new Illustrations, printed on a very
high grado of paper, whilo a decided do-
partuto from tho old cover horetoforo
binding tho work Is seen in the new ono,
which is beautifully Illuminated, and
would do credit to tbo brush of a Kossi, so
cloverly Pronch Is it in every detail. Tho
new map embraces a territory from Canada
to the Carollnas, and from the British
possession of Now Brunswick to beyond
tho Great Inland Lakes. When com
parison is mado with this volume of 272
pages, 100 illustrations, nnd over 1,600
routes, a book which enters its year of
manhood tho first day of June, 1891, and
the tiny pamphlet of 21 pages and G3
routes issued twonty-ono years ago by tho
Pennsylvania llailroad, and considered at
that litno a marvelous departuro in rail
road advertising, tbo growth is hardly
credlblo.
Beet work dono at Brennan's sloam
laundry. Everything whito and spotless.
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar
anteed.
A HortsiiEC for r, OOO.OOO.
Pououkeepsie, N. Y., Juno 3. A mort
gage for $5,000,000, given by the Central
Now England nnd Western Railroad Com
pany to the Fidelity Insurauco Trust and
Safe Deposit Company, has been filed In
tho County Clerk's office.
Trying to Savo Suwtello.
Cokcord, N. II., Juno 8. In tho law
term of Supremo Court a bill of excep
tions which had been allowed 111 tho cas,o
of Sawtollo, tho condemned murderer, was
Uieu, nnu upou it uiu court uruuruu uriuiu
to bo furnished in 80 days.
Knd of it Lockout.
Faix Krvrni, Mass., Juno 0. The 80
plumbers who havo been locked out for
tho past 11 weeks are now ut work on a
C3 hour per week schedule.
The Soap
that
Cleans
Most
is Lenox.
Heia Jbirm.
yew Stocli.
Green
TrucK, Fine Groceries,
FRUITS, &c.
Delaware roe shad and other fresh fish right
irom mo uoais on rmays. jj resu
Greens from tko South.
Evan's Buildinc, E. Oentro St,
(J. S. mutant' old stand)
Everything new and Tosh. Goods delivered
lu any pari, oi iuwu.
R. C. KNIGHT & SOW.
5
The Pliotograioher
is located at
No. 14 North White Street.
Having han his gallery greatly Improved, he
is uowoeiier prepareu iuuu ever iu uiuci,
the wants or the public lu the photo
gruphlo line. The best photo
graphs at lowest prices.
Crayon Work a Spooialty.
ICECREAM, ICECREAM,
Uy the plate or measure, also put up In
5, in nml 20 Cent 1'ncltOKeH
AT
PETER CECCHINI & BItO.'S
UT EAST CENTRE HTKEET.
ANTED, A respectable aud
wen recommcnaca young man to run
a green truck wagou.
Apply ai Kuignvs,
cast venire street,
U-2-tl
WANTS, &o.
DESIRABLE PIIOPERTY FOR
sale. Ono of tbo roost desirable nroner-
ties on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply at llowBe's grocery store, cor
nor Jardlu and Oak streetB. Hheuaudoali, Va.
WJA.T mi-An active reliable man
VV salary S70 to 88o monthly, with ln-
crease, to represent In bis own secilon
BpuuHioie new xoritiiouse, lieierences.
MANOFAOTURKn, Lock Box 1585, New York,
FOR RENT Store mid building
now occupied by tho Shenandoah
Bakery Co. lor manifacturlne nnl retail
candy business. Two floors 0x20 feet. Apply
to J. J. Franey. 5-16 tf
IMPORTANT NOTICE S
All persons are hereby wnrned
NOT TO FISO IS TOE DAMS !
Belonging to tho
Sheuandoah Water Company,
and nil parties caught violating this notice
win ue
Prosecuted as Trespassers
By order of
THE 003VEIA.aNr-5r.
W, S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Masteller's old stand,)
Corner Coal null JiirclmBtH.
Mr. Hnyder will always keep In stock a One
lino of boots and shoes.
Custom "Worlc and Repairing
done in the best style. He guarantees to fell
ehonporthau competitors on .Main street who
bavo big rents to pay, and guarantees a genu
ine bargain on every purchase.
GREEN : TRUCK
3
Ousters, Clan: 1 and Poultry
Received daily at tho old reliable
stand of
.A.. WOMER'S
North Main St, near Lloyd.
Wholesale and Retail.
Picnics, festival and private parties sup
plied in quantities at short notice.
CENTS
for a Window Shade.
Others for &c. 43c. 60c.
63c, 75c and upwards. Shades made
(or stores and private dwellings. Cus
tomers desldl eg only tho fixtures or
shading by the yard can be accom
modated.; C. D. Fncke,
10 South Jardin St,
Attention, House Cleaners !
The warm weather is here, and house
Ann at bucu times most everyuouy needs someuung to uriguten
up tho home, so If you need a good carpet of either
Velvet, Moquett, Body
TWO OR TimEE
HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS
You can find a full assortment at PRICE'S,
L
itfl
Carta
tan
Window Shades, Floor and Table Oilcloths and Linoleums of all grades.
Prices cannot be beaten when quality is considered.
No misrepresentation one prico to all.
113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
fn
iji
high
long
ol
are
A Difference in Material
A Material Difference
PRICES AT "THE FAMOUS!"
Men's all-wool Cheviot Suits 8.00
" ' " Worsted Suits 10.00
Boys' " " ' 7.EP
" " Cheviot Suits E.50
Aud everything else In our line you
We sell the best 50o Domet
Tailoring a
FAMOUS
JOMES'
OOT3-PKEOE CLOTHING.
No. 11 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
At Scanlan's-
Yoti can get tbe beat' nnd
cbenpest HATS AND
CAlVj in town. He
Las just received a full
line of
STRAW
HATS.
From 5c to $f.
Also a nice llueof light
colored hats, derby and
soft. A nice light col
ored detby hat, $1.25
Light colored soft hut
for 50 cents.
AT SOANLAN'S-
You will find cheapest
Hue of TRUNKS and
Sachcla in town; also
Gum Coats selling
them all at cost. Six
dozen neckties at 25o a
piece, worth 40c.
Nice line of Oeuts' Underwear at
7Uo a suit. Headquarters for mm.
mer Bblrts and Boys' Waists.
19 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
-GO TO-
Neat, Cheap and Stylish
Straw Hats from 20c to f 1.50
Sbort Spray Flowers 5o to 1.00
Wreaths JMoto 1.75
Infants' Chrlstoulng Kobe, G5c to fo
Infants' long and short conts...t,So
up to $3.50.
60,000 .LADIES WEAR
Tho SELF-SUPPORTING CORSET
Why don't you wear one?
NELLY BLY CAPS
All Colors, at 20 cents.
Lambert, The Hatter,
Carries an extraordinary lino of
Hats, Caps and Oents' Furnishing Goods
and makes a specialty of
Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps
e BAST CBNTRH ST.
- cleaning Is the next thing in order,
or Tapestry Brusse,
- PW INGRAIN,
of
A difference in material makes
Poles
all Kinds
material difference. Low values and
prices benefit nobody in tho
run. Wo mako your dollar
count by giving you its full value
(aood, Honest (joods.
With Clothing that is durable.
Uniting that is intelligent and
Making and Finish of the best, we
sure ol your continued custom
NOW ONLYi
Cor. 13th and Chestnut Streets.
Children's Suits $1 upwards
Kuee Pauts 20o "
Domet Shirts 25o "
Men's shifting shirts 75o "
Best necktie lu town 25c
will find down to the lowest prices.
Shirt in town. Merchant
specialty. . .
-AT-
Still at the Old Stand
SCHEIDER'S
BAKERY
No. 29
East Centre St., Shenandoah.
Better prepai ed than ever to servo our many
patrons with a superior quality of
Bread, Cakes, Ico Cream,
Confectionery of all Kinds,
Open oa Saturday Evenings Until Midnight.
Open on other evenings (Sunday excepted)
uniu li o'cloclr.
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS,
A. J. GALLAGHEE,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Bonds written.
jiuiriagu licenses and legal Claims
promptly attended to.
leal Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency.
General Fire Insurance Business, Represents
tne .Northwestern l.lfe Insurance Uo.
Office Muldoon'w building, nnmp,. rvintro
aud West Sis., Shenandoah, IJa.
Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale.
1. A two-story double frame dwelling house,
store and restaurant, ou East Centre St.
2. A dwelling and restaurant ou East Centre
sireei.
!! Desirable property on corner Centre and
jarum streets, suitable (or business pur
poses, -A two story double frame dwelling, on
West Lloyd street.
5. Two 2-story framo dwellings on West Cen
tre street.
8. Two 2-story dwellings on the corner ol
wuui una uuesinui streets Hloro room In
one.
7. Two-story slnglo house on North Chestnut
Htreei, wim a large warehouse at the rear.
-Three two-story .double frame bulldlnzs
-Three two-stor
corner of Lloyi
lyd aud Gilbert s'reots.
John R. Coyle.
Attorney-at-Law
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE Beddam.'s Building,
Cor. Main and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
J A two and one-half story double frame
dwelling house, with store-room and res
taurant. Located on East Centre street.
3-A valuable property located on Bouth Jar-
din street.
3-Seven dwelling houses at tho corner or Gil
bert and Lloydstreets. Goodluvestment.
Terms reasouable.
ENORMOUS PILE OF
-AT-
DTTNCAN & WAIDLEY'S
At a sacrifice,-
Haudsome designs aud new. Well
worth 50c. Iu order to setheni
quick we have shaved the prlcl down
to. 29c.
BSJfDon't let this opportuu)1, pass
by.
Duncan 8c Waidley,
No. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa.
EAGLE HOTEL!
S FTFITNT A TTTio v nar
Formerly Kept by Mrs. Oravllle. The above
hotells now aept by
JOHN W. WEEKS,
Formerly of the Keystone Hotel, GUberton.
Best of accommodations for
Permanent end Transient Guest1
The bar U stocked with-the best brands oj
clgo .s, ale, beer, porter and liquors.
EXCELLENT FHEE LUNCH COUNTEt.
MoKeon's Saloott,
loo east centue bt
Beer, Whiskeys, Brandies, Porier,
WINES AND CIOAR3
Of the finest brands. Musle furnished K
balls and parties, from one to Ave pieces,
Pf B. BRICKEIt, M. D.,
rJXY&IOIAN AND SZXQJEOrf
So: 9 East Centre Street; MahanoyClty,
bklnandall special diseases a speolalty
R. COYLE
AU08Nr-AT.LAW.
piflce-Beddidl'jbulldlng.corner Msln n4 (
trewj
Jf K 1-OMEKOV, '
ATIORHEY-AT-LAW.
Ofilfift llfuld&n'f hnlMtnv mrnitr Main .rJ

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