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Picnics and Outings!
Severn, the Grocer, is head quarters for fine Cheese, Fruits and Vegetables,Canned Meats, Pickles, Crackers, Cakes, Con densed Milk, etc., suitable for picnics and excursions. Now supply sliced Summer Sausage All new and fresh goods. Cor. Centre and White Streets. The Evening Herald. PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY . LOOAL LUNCHEON. Juno half gong. Good strawberry soason. Now mown hay perfumo. AIosquit.003 aro appearing. Kaspborries will soon bo horo. Tha chorries aro largo anil fine this year. A. llttlo warmer oacb day eooms to bo tbo rule. Tho present outlook i3 promlsini; for Eumnicr resorts, Tho angler first lies In wait for bis catch and then lies in the weight of bis catch. Strawberry cultura U constantly increase in? and yet there is demand for all that aro raisod. A lib. box of baking powder nnd a COc, window scroon, all for 00c. Grand Union Tea Co. 0-10-2t Go to bed at night to sloop, and mt to think over tho troubles of to-day nor tho anticipated trials of to-morrow. Tho member of Shenandoah Com- rnandory, No. 14, Sons of America, eon template holding a Jopaneso ico cream festival some time in August. Playing Cards. You can obtain a pack of bolt quality playing cards by sending fiftoon conts in postage to I S. Eustis, Gen'l Pass. Agt., U 0. & Q.R. U. Chicago, 111. tf Completed to Doadwood. Tho Burlington Route, C, IS, & Q. It. K., from Chicago, Pooria and St. Louis, is now completed, and daily pauongor trains aro running through Lincoln, Nob., and Custer, S. D., toDeadwood. Also to New castle, Wyoming. Sleeping cars to Dead wood, tf Our Bill of Fare. Prepared and puhlishod expressly for the Hekald roaders. THURSDAY. HRKAKFAST. Butter Toast. l'ickled Tripe. Graham Griddle Cakes. Cream. Sugar. Hot Wator. DINNER. Minced Hoof. Lottuco. Boiled Potatoes. Canned Corn. Graham Broad and Ilutter. Prune Pio. Cold Wator. suri'ER. Bread and Bullor. Cottage Choose. Rhubarb Sauco. Spougo Cake. Lemonado. Fruit. Coming EventB. June 17 Strawberry and ice croam festi val In Robbins' opera house under tho auspices of W. R. C. No. 69. Juno 18. Excursion of Washington Camp, No. 200, P. O. S. of A., to Lake tide. t Juuo 19. Fair and fostivalj Robbins' opera houso : under tbo auspices of tho ladies of the First Prosbyterian church. Juno 29. Picnic at Columbia Park by National Guard of Warsaw. July 4. Lawn party under tho auspices of tho Primitive M6thodist church. July 4 Grand Carnival and picnic by Columbia Hoso Stoam Firo Engino Com,' pany. Oh, What a Cough. Will you heed the warning? The signal per isrts of the sure nn.'rach of that more ter. rlble disease, Consumption. Ask yoarselvcs If you can auord for the Bake of having 60 cents, to run the risk and do nothing for It, We know from experience that, Hhlloh's Cure will Cure your Couicli. It never falls. 'J his explains why more than a Million Bottle were sold the past year. It relieves Croup and Whopping Cough at once. Mothers do not he without It. tor Lame Back. Bide or Chest, ut.eShlloli'8 l'orous Piaster. Bold hy u. ii. iiagenuucn, n. j. corner Main aua Lloyd streets. Thero aro no flies on this. A 60-cont window 6creen and n lib. box of baking powdor for CO cents at tbs Grand Union Tea Company's store. 0-10-2t Best work done at Brennan s steam laundry. Everything white and spotless, Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar anteed. WALL PAPER! A CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED AT MBLLBT'S Blanks Co Gilt 8o Embossed 12 l-2o Window Shades, spring rollers.!25o Curtain Poles 25c MOVEDJTO 22 East Centre St., Shenandoah, CHAS. T. RICE'S OLD STAND. 1 . , 11 Tn.U. ) uuuuvn 4jiw Ima A regular meoltng of tho Borough Council will be hold In the Council Cham ber to-morrow evening, nt 7;30 o clock. Tho Editors' Outing. Tho excursion of tho Schuylkill news paper men to Uarvoy's .Lake yesterday, through the courtesy of tho Lohlgh Valley Railroad, was qulto a success. Kicked by a Mulo. John Dove, a young man rosldlng on South Jardln street and employes as a driver in the Kohlnoor colliery, was kicked on tho right thigh by a mulo yesterday aftornoon and will bo laid up for sevoral days in consequence, Sun Stroke. Solomon Stauffor, the carpenter of West Oak street, was subleited to sun stroke yesterday afternoon and was in a critical condition last night. Dr. Stein, who is in attendance, stated this afternoon that Mr, Stauffer's condition was improved and that bis chances for recovery wero good. Court Notes. Patrick Morrison, of town, was sent to jail yesterday for keeping a disorderly house. The Grand Jury failed to find a true bill In tho case of John I'rosser, Jr., of town, who was charged with stealing ten dollars from the Italian who keeps a fruit stand at the corner of White and Centre stroets. Tickets for Lakeside Can bo used to-morrow on the special train at 8.00 a, m., or on regular trains at 12:35 and 2:60 p. m. Tickets for use on tho U:60 train must bo purchased before going to depot, when tbo railroad ticket can bo ox changed Tickets will bo sold at tbo depot for 8:10 a, m. and 1S:35 trains, or can be had at Morgan's Bnzaai. Tickols for the 2:50 train to bo had only nl Morgan's llaziar, Wild Wost show perlormaneo opens at.'l p. m. Will They Do It ? Ebitor Heralds I would like to call tho attention of our polico force to what, in the oyes of a great many people, has became n public nuisance. Every evening, and moro especially on Sundays, tho resi dents of that part of Jnrdin 6lrcet, lying between Lloyd and Oak streets, are greatly annoyod by certain parties, of both sexes, congregating on tho front steps of the resi dences in this neighborhood, and make tho night hideous by their ungentlemanly and unladylike behavior. Sometimes pede1 trians aro oven compelled to take to tho stroets in order to pass theso parties who make this thoir favorito placo for entertain ing their company. I trust the Chief of Polico will givo this matter his attention and earn the good will of a long-suffering public. Citizen. Shenandoah, Pa., Juno 17, 1891. PERSONAL. Lawyor Hollopoter was in Pottsville yes terday. Henry Wicdorhold left this morning for Berwick. II. "Wiederliold visited Mahanoy City yesterday. Miss Jennie Ramago Is usltlnc friends in Rhode Island. ' Attorney Coylo and lady woro at Lake- sido yesterday. Mr. Keller, 'of Wilkes-Barro, Is tho guest of B. J. Yost. Felix Klock, formerly of this placo, but now ol Lebanon, is tho guest of friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Philadelphia, aretheguesU of their daughtor, Mrs. Dr. Stein. P. J. Ferguson had tho little children out into tho country .yesterday giving them picnic. ' - Robert A. Glover attended tho meeting of the Lehigh Presbytery at Port Carbon yesterday, Col. Schclfly did not take in tho editorial excursion yesterJay, but went to Lakeside instead. Max Reese accompanied him, ATTACKED A DEPUTY SHERIFF An Italian Fruit Vondor Gots Into Trouble. Jobn Gordoll, tho Italian who keeps the fruit stand at tho corner of Main and Centre stroets, and his wife, Louisa, were before 'Squire Williams this morning, charged with felonious assault upon,Deputy Sheriff Martin Zqigler, qf Pottsville. It soems that Gordell only rocently pur chased tbo fruit ,tund. Tho man who owned it previously purohased two bags, of peanuts Jroman liaston man, but alter tbo peanuts arrived sent word that bo did not want them; but when ho sold out to Gor. doll be included tho two bags of peanuts in thosalo. The Eastern man then calle'd up on tiordoll for payment, but the latter re fused to pay, or return tbo goods. 'This morning Deputy Sheriff Zsigler wont to tbo stand to serve a replevin notice upon Gordell, who, ordered the deputy away, faying ho owned tbo eland. Zaiglersaid the two bags of peanuts would have to bo returned or paid for and took hold of Gor dell's arm as ho walked away. Tho Italian .turned suddenly and raised a large-sized butcher knife in the air to etriko. Tho doputy grabbed tho upraised arm and succeeded in disarming the Italian, whoso wifo then sprang forward and struck the officer. While tho latter was giving his attention to tho woman the Italian struck hlra with a chair, High Constable Stanton hurried to tho scene at tho tlmo and, not knowing Zeigler, thought he was tho offender, as ho held the knife in his hand. The High Constable seized tho Daputy and then Constable Toh appeared. Explanations followed re' tulting in Zjlgler and Tosh arresting the Italian and hU wife. Gordoll was committed to jail in default of 81,000 bail and bit wife was relumed upon htr own rwoogniianoe, tn she baa several small I'liUdmn to care for, Subsequently G tde!l secured his release ly urrei,dHir,K the two bags of peanuts aud paying ail damage). Promptly Settled. Thofollowlng acknowledgement of pay ment should have been published several days ago but was untentlonally omitted. A comparison of tho dato on which the loss occurred and tho dato of payment show tho promptness with which tho claim was met: Received of tho Springfield Flro and Marine Insurance Co., of Springfield, Mass., through David Faust, agent of said company, tho sum of ono thousand dollars, being in full for all claims for loss and damage by fire on the 31st of May, 1891. I hereby tender my thanks to Mr. Faust and his companies for tho prompt payment of my loss and would cheerfully recom mend him to my friends who desiro to get insurance. Auciuste Preiman. Shenandoah, Pa., Juno 0, 1891. 0-l"-2t Prompt Work. John Ooonoy, who was awarded tho contract for raising tho Union street school building from its old foundation, has sur prised the School Board committeo by ac complishing tho work very successfully in two days. Tho contract provided that the building, which is 40 x 90 feot, should be raised threo feet nnd this Mr. Coonoy has done in tho short tituo statod without causing any damage to tbo plastering. Masons stnrtod work this afternoon to put now walls under the building. Tho Knights of Pythias. The local loJgo of tbo Knights of Pyth ias held a vocal and instrumental anni versary entertainment in Robbins' opera house last night and afforded a very pleas ant evening to a largo nunber of guosts, Among tboso who participated wero Prof. Jones and family, BenJ. Haskey, Mr. Jones and brother, if r. Rowan, Mr. Juno and MUs Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John Pooler and Pbillp T. Evans, There was also an address by Mr. J. J. Powell. The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. LAKESIDE Driving Park, (East Mahanoy Junction) HISTORICAL Wild West Show FOR ONE WEEK ONLY O ill Mm Encampment ffND the only herd of Trained and Snotted Mustanes. The whole hletory of a nation told In a inruungaramaoi civilization, ae nlctlue the nerlls. hardships and 00 heroism of pioneer life on the plains, requiring in Its completion over w annng scouts, trappers, cowboys. Indian fighters. Mexican Vacqueros aud'Honoros.Ohle(s with their Warrlors.Braves, Bquaws and Papooses. A herd of spotted Mexi can Mustangs, herd ol gentleludlan Ponies and Texas Bronchos. CO t 1 LO 1 I 'Thelargekt and grandest exhibi tion of the Slucl on, the Amerlcau in its own handsomely enulnDei railroad train. The first bivouac of Mexican Vacfiueros direct from old Mexico, headed .by jJonzeAano, the famous Mexican leader, and lienor FrancKco, the king ot all riders and ropers, expert aud matchless In Urlat throwing and reckless horsemanship. Prairie Hchoouers and Indian Travoy, whole herd or Amorlcau - BUFFALO and TEXAS IMlll A true representation of an Indian : Buffalo : Hunt ! Showing the manner of branding wild cattle on our western irouiier; siariiiu &au wonderful dUplay of sharpshootlng by frontiersmen, cowboys and Indians led by Mnj. G. WILLIAM LII.LIE, (I'AWEJ! DILL) famous and fearless I'onv Hxnress HIders. showing the mode of carrying Important dls natches across thenlalns before the Introduc tion nl thn teleurnnh. A band of verltlble Mexican vacqueros, direct from Mexico, the greatest rough nuers jn tne woua. Performances every afternoon. Special ex cursion trains cacn aay. Don't forget the place and date, Lakeside Driving Park, Uasi llitluitioij Junction, JUNE 1G, 16, 17, 10, 19 and 20 AUHISHION, Children, under la rn., &$ Cents 15 CeiilH FOR SALE A youu lioree. Ap ply at Laudlg's stationary store, 6-ll-tf I B LL S "WANTS, &o. XrANTED- A eooA girl for gen- T T . ernl housework. Good wages paid. Inquire nt the Herald office. 0-4-tf WANTED A girl for general housework. Apply at 21 North Main street. " 6163t AGENTS WANTED. Free pre paid outfit to energetlo men. Several ol oursalesrnen have earned from J70 to jlOOa wtekror years past. P, O. Box 1371, New lora. 6-5-lw BOARDERS WANTED. - Steady boarders, or for meals only. Good loca tion nnd first-class accommodations. Apply nt M. Hheeler's, No. 110 if. Main street, Shen andoah, l'n, 0-5 lm TiESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR XJ sale. One or the most desirable proper ties on West Oak street, for sale on reasonable terms. Apply at Rowse's grocery store, cor ner durum ana yaK streets. Shenandoah, ra YVAN I'ED-An active reliable man VY salary 870 to 880 monthly, with ln- iicftoc,iuiejirBijuu 01s own section a re sponsible New YorK Home, References. Manufactured, Look Box 1585, New Yorlc. y now occupied by the Shenandoah candy business. Two doors 00x20 feet. Apply to J. J. Franey. 5.1a tf LOST Ou the road between Mnlze vllle and Shenandoah, n bonk, with notes ui iruiuriy iiv eouiu laurel mage colliery. A mltable reward lor Its return to 8 A. lleddall, 1H a. Jardln strtet Shenandoah, Pa., 0-17-31 FOR SALE. A number of second hand desks Id food condition for sale by lllWOliruHUUUttll OCUUIH X3UHTU. nppij' lO IH6 following committee for additional parttcu lars. It. A. DAVKNPOHT, TU iMAH UAIItO, H J MULDOON, W. t. WILLIAM. JAMES O'HEAUN, 6KV12I ('nmmlttee. PROPOSALS will be received by theunder.lgned commlticeup to Mon day, Jnuo 22, 181, ut7 p m., for the following: ll) Painting the etlerlor of the Lloyd utreet kchool bntldlng with two coats. (2) Painting 1 he exterior of the Centre street school hul a lag and pencilling two side. (3) Painting the exterior ol the .Main street building Sep arate bids must be submitted for e.ich build ing. Proposals taUl alto be received for furnish ing oue of the school rooms with tllty single desks. The committee reserves the right to 1 eject any or all bids. Jl. A.DAVKNI'OUT, 11. j. mulYioon. V. P. WILLIAMS, JAMEH O'HEARN, 8-10-5t Committee. FOB SALE! The undersigned, deslrlne to retire from bus- nesn. will dlsDnse of his ntncfc 01 drv roods. groceries dc, cheap. Parchasercnnnlsoient lue filore room m reasonaoie terms j.ne stand Is a good one and In the hands of a live osau can be maae proniaeie. X. D. DAVIS, 6-10-tf 100 worti; jarcnii at. PCHTC r a Window Hhade. Utll I o Olher for a5c. 45c. 60c. 65c, 75a and upwards. Shades made for stores and private dwellings. Cus tomers desldlng ouly the fixtures or shading by the yard can be accom modated.; Fncke, 10 South Jardin St, Attention, Hcmse Cleaners ! The warm weather is here, and house And at Buch times most everybody needs something to brighten up the home, so if you need-a giod carpet of either Veuet, Moquett, Body or Tapestry Brussef, TWO OU THREE-PLY INCiUAIN, HALL, STAIR OR RAG CARPETS ! You can find a full assortment at PRICE'S. Lace Carta , Main Window Shades, Floor and Table Oilcloths and Linoleums of all grades. Prices cannot be beaten' when tiurUity is considered. No misrepresentation oue price to all. J. J. PRICES'S Old Reliab 113 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa. "With a manufacturing de partment in fullbJast,our bank withstands tho run. We have made the New Store. cor. 13th and Chestnut Sts., a "safe deposit" for your money when in need of Clothing. Tho daily rush proves the "trust" qf .tho public in pur goods. The i stock is right, the pri?e3 are right we hold the lead. Noiu Only Corner 13th PRICES AT "THE FAMOUS! Men's all-wool Cheviot Suits 58,00 " " Worsted Butts 10.00 Boys' ii i koJ Cheviot Suits 5.60 And everything else In ouriine you We sell the hestSOo Domet Tailoring a FAMOUS" ONE-PRICE No. 11 North Main Street, Shenandoah, Pa. At Scanlan's You can get the best nnd ' , ' cheapest HATS'AA'D GAV6 iuatovu4 .He has just recelve'd'a full Hue of STRAW J MATS. From 5c to $. Also a nice Hue of light colored hats, derby aud soft. A ulce light col ored derby hat, 51.25 Light colored soft hat for 60 cents. AT SCANLAX'S- You will find cheapest Hue of TRUNKS and Snchels In town; also Gum Coats selliug them off at cost. Six dozen neckties at 2oo a piece, worth 40c. Nice line of Gents' Uuderwo.irnt 7Uoasult. Headquarters for -"um-mer Shirts and Boys' Waists, 19 SOUTH MAIN STREET. -GO TO- K E LILY'S I Neat, Cheap and Sty fish Straw Hats from 20c to 81,51 Short Spray Flowers 53 to 1.00 Wreaths L'Oeto 1.75 Infants' Christening Kobe, 05c to E5 Infants' long and short coats...81,25 up to 85.50, 60,000 LADIES WEAR Tlid SELF-SUPPORTING CORSET Why don't you wear one? NELLY BLY CAPS ! All Colors, at 20 oeuls. Lambert, The Hatter, Carries an extraordinary line of .Vafs, Caps and Dents' Furnishing Goods and makes a specialty of Nellie Bly and Mary Anderson Caps. e EAST CENTRE ST. - cleatilng is the next thing In order. Poles of (I A Hun ou Our Bank. and CHESTNUT Streets. Children's Suits $1 upwards nuee rauta -jiio Sateen Shirts 60o " Best necktie lu town 25c will find down to the lowest prices. Shirt in town. Merchant specialty. -AT- CLOTHING-. a Kills Still at the Old Stands SCHEIDER'S BAKERY! No. 29 East Centre St., Shenandoah. Better prepared than ever to servo our many patrons with a superior quality of Bread, Cakes, Ice Cream, ionery of all Kinff Open on Saturday Evenings Until Midnight. Open on other evenings (Sunday excepted) uniu u o'ciock, CLOSED ON SUNDAYS, A. J. GALLAGHER, Justice of the Peace, Deeds Leases, Mortgages and Bonds written. A..&.ufiu utcuacB nuu legm claims promptly attended to. Real Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency. General Fire Insurance Business. Represents . v;. " wunums, cuiuer venire and West 8ts., Shenandoah, I'a. Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale. .A two story double frame dwelling house, store and restaurant, on East Centre St. .A dwelling and restaurant on East Ceryja .Desirable property on earner Centre ivud Jardln streets, suitable for business pur poses. .A two story double frame dwelling, on West Lloyd street. .Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cen tre street. .Two 2-story dwelling on the corner ot Coal aud Chestnut streets More room lu one. .Two-story single house on North Chestnut street, with a large warehouse at the rear. .Three two-slory double frame buildings corner of Lloyd and Gilbert streets. John R. Coye, Attorney-at-Law -AND- Real Estate Agent, OFFICE Beddall's Building, Cor. Main and Csntre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA. PROPERTY FOR SALE: i-A two and one-half story double frame i uwemng nouse, with store-room and res taurant. Located on East Centre Btreet. U A Vnlliahla wrverin tn..ln nn ,3 ... t din street. , 'D. ,1 3-Beven dwelling houses at the corner ol - jl uonnnaioya stroets. Uoodluvestment. w 1Vnn. I. . .. V JUST OPENED UP nblg lotoi GLASSWARE among which are some lovely pels well worth fjt W' a Ii a trn Hnfn..u.. . ... I www. i vwoDuciuutiueu luiujia them otrfor2c. Come early it you wish to securo one. THIS OFFEU ONLY GOOD Until SATURDAY, JUNE 13. OUR TINWARE COUNTERS are shining with bargains. You'll be amazed I luBcc nut!, o ur iu cents wm ouy. wehave everything in tinware from a tin cup to a wash boiler, or from a flour scoop to a bread raiser. T")rTXTr4M Sir WT n tt-vt rttw f! No. 8 South Main Street, Shenandoah. Pa, EAGLE HOTEL! 221 W. Ce.itre Street, : Formerly kept by Mrs, Oinvllle. The above' uoteiis nowtept by JOHN W. WEEKS, til Formerly of the Keystone Hotel, Gllberton 4jcov ui acwuiiuuu'juuuB lur Permanent and Transient Quesl , The barl4 etoched with the best brands of clge.'8,ale, beer, porter and liquors. EXCELLENT FREE LUNCH COUNTEflJj McKeon's Saloon H 109 east centhe st., Beer, Whiskeys, Brandies, Portei WINES AND CKMB3 nr tha flnaat V - ... . . . . . !.iiir--i v aiunio iurntsuea n i balls and parties, from one to five pieces. j PHYSICIAN AND SLR9E0N, f Uklnandal) special diseases a specialty, L R. COYLJE A TJORNEY'A T.LAW, Offlce-Bedaall's kulldluf.coruer Mtn tai Cent ! AT70RHEY-AT-UW, O omca-Bedliiri bolWluf corner iUlu ul Oenij