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KNOWING DRUG VALUES.
H is our know IrdgQ nf drug values thnt ni' Miles ustolrHii you, mid to Kive yon RIGHT QUALITIES as well as RIGHT QUANTITIES. Our ntulety In fr your mtlefactlon anil vnur licjtHli, ond our MK;iili)r In purity it ml relia bility at nil tlmea SHENANDOAH DRUG STORE, -South Main Street, ShenanJoaU, Pa. Telephone Connection. Ready For Fall THE PROSTY WEATHER Is not tar off now ; It's time you ordered your fall suit or overcoat, Our line affords you the bot seleo tion lit the beet prices. The latest suitings, the latest over costings, the latest styles you find them nil here, SEE OUR LINE OF GENT'S FURNlSHINOS Portz Bros., 24. North Main Street. IF YOUR BYES EASILY TIRE Or if your head arhes there is need of glasses. Sometimes ail oculist is needed, more often an optician. We are here to serve you and to determine the safe and comfortable course for you to pursue. If you will come to us our price for the glasses will be reasonable. Thos. Buchanan, Jeweler and Optician. 118 South Main Street. II CHILDREN'S, HISSES' and LADIES'. BOYS', YOUTHS' and HENS'. Russetts and Blacks, in all Styles and Shapes. Ladies' Russetts, SS3.00, now SI. 60. $2.00, now $,25. " " Si. 50, now 90C. Men's Russetts, S3 .00, now $2.00 and $2.25. . Men's Blacks, $1.40, now 850. Misses'. Children's and In fant's shoes at a reduction of 30 per cent, below regular price. 'IHIS SALE IS FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. BOSTON 27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, Pa. I. SPONT, PROP FOUR DOORS ABOVE POST OFFICE. Couches, Lounges, Upholstered in Corduroy, Velour, Carpets and Silks. Can be had in all sizes and styles. To be sold in a short time and can be Bought at Factory Prices. DAVISON'S DEPARTHENT STORES, Nos. 1 19-121-123 North Main St. Our Haircutting and Shampooing: Pleases everybody. We do lots of it and are gaining; raw ouw tomersdaite. Ladle uliampooliig done at yWur own homo upon notlfl cation. W. G. DUSTO, Ferguson house Block. EVAN J. DAVIES. Livery and Undertaking, No 13 North Jardln St. GRABOWSKY HOTEL, M. GRABOWSKY, Prop. 119 N. Centre St., Fottsvllle. Pa. Klue old Whiskeys, qina and Wines, at the b A ebolc line of Cigars and Temper ance Drinks. Accommodation (or travelers. ' - Meals t all bourt TRIALS AT POTTSVILLE. (Onntlmied from I'lrat Page older lliHt Mrs. Hcwkownky li'id Inimksl him shortly before. The vonllot wits utility na to r mnk ami guilty of receiving stolen gowk with it roemnmendiitloii to mercy in to Mike. Frank (fnt ilie costs, $ flne Htnl wven months fiiom date of commitment, suit Mike fB Hue costs n ml 110 days. MINERS CLOSED IN. Two Men Imprisoned In a HriMi.t lit Pucker No (1 Colliery. Atnbuut 11 o'clock yesterday iiiornlmr ft Urge fall of con) occurred in n breast of Packer No 5 colliery, operated by the Lehigh Valley Coal Company, at Connors' patch clos tug In Anthony laliiitskl, the miner, and Mike Oteshefekl, the laborer. Kroiu what has been thus far learned, neither of the men has sustained Injury from the fall, other than that attending the privation of being im prisoned. ' The men are residents of this town. Pah uNkl is 44 years old and has wife and sis children. They reside on West Poplar street Olesliefskl is a single mini HI years old and resides with bis brother, Peter Ole sbefikl, at 311 Went Mnyberry nlley. Charles Qadlcwskl, of 411 Wost Mulberry street, Is a butty of Pahutskl, the miner, working crow shift with him. Gadlewikl wns ongaged In tho work of rescuo last night At alwut four o'clock this morning he rapped with a drill on the oulsido of the fall and the sounds of raps came from tho inside in reply. Osdlowskl then shouted to Pahutskl, asking him, "Are you all right?" Tho reply re oeited was "All right." The Imprisoned iuai said something else, but his remarks were not distinct. A chute is was driven through the fall to reach' the Imnrisonod men. .but the work proceeded slowly, owing to the uecesslty forolose timboritie as the work i,m. seeds. The men were rescued at ten o'clock this morning, after being cntnmod a llltlo short of twenty-four hours. In order to roach them the coal was first pulled out at the battery, but this was abandoned, because It was feared another rush might take place and kill tho men, although it was not known at the time that tho men wore nlivo. Aftor consultation, in which Mine Inspector Stein. Foreman Morgan Price and Ulias Cooper, E. McDonald. Wm. Thomas and Geo. Bush, fire bosses, took part, with a number of miners. It was concluded to construct a manway unon the side of tho chute to the headiag where it was supio.ed tho men were entombed. They also drove a heading from tho outside of the chuto, with a viow to crossing the gob, should they not bo successful irrthe tnauway up tho east side of ho chuto. After working a while thoy nipped to seo If they could got an answor, which they did. Tho work was then pushed ahead with all effort possible until the men wore reached. Just as tho final opening was mado Pahutski, one of tho entomled men, asked that a pick be passed into him. This was done, and ho assisted in completing ine work trom the Inside. Iloth men were in the dark when found, their oil having. been consumed. They were uninjured, but ready for a good meal. The rescued raou wore taken at onco to tho company's central office at Lost Creek. Divisiou Superintendent Kickort then or dered a lunch to bo served and the rescued men partook of it with avidltv. Tho men then camo to town on u Schuylkill Traction car, accompaniod by Inspector Stein and L. Policeman H. II. Crumm. tho latter also having been present during the work of rescue. Ednard McDonald, one of the fire bosses. tells a story that leads to the conclusion that the fall was occasioned by an eagerness to get cheap coal. He says he warned Pahtskl and Oleshefaki, just before tboy started work yes terday morning, not to mine any more coal in the brca9t. The men say they wero drill ing a bole and had a cartridge prepared for firing a shot when a rush took place and closed them in. The fall extended to tho surface and carried down some of it. Several hundred tons of coal, rock and wash were in the fall. The Proposed New HuttlealilpH. Washington, Sept. 7. Nearly all of the members of the board of construc tion have roturnetb'to Waahlneton, and It is the Intention to have a meeting this afternoon to begin the considera tion of the detailed plana for the three battleships authorized by the last con gress. It is said that they will be the pride of the American navy when afloat. They will be larger by several thousand tons than the Oregon, and almost as much larger than the big Iowa, tholr tonnage running up close to the 14,000 mark, while In the matter of speed the minimum requirement will be 18 knots, two knots faster than the required speed In the case of the existing American battleships. for over ; XLL NATlo oitneuioDoror RHEUMATISM, HEUEA1GIA and similar Oomplaint4 j GERMAN MEDICAL LAWS, . pescnoea by eminent physicians: i DR. RICHTER'S fcfc a ununn w PAIN EXPELLI World renmraod! npTnurlrahlvfinccesfifiill JOnly genuine wt-nTrade Mark Anchor." g -.xj. &;nc. a Dome. AtauaruggiEcnorinnragn I f. is, asm & co., as rem zu ttzw rcsz. 31 HIGHEST AWARDS. 13 Branch House:, Own Glassworks. 3 Enaortea. ami Urcommentli-it (rj Vruspitt, Mlnltttrt, and vwur prominent people. DR. RicHTcrrs "ANOnOft" STOMACIIAT, beat for flolle lie, IlvpepslagWtomRCh Complnfn perguson's Theatre, J. H. QUIItir, Manager. one: night orNjL-Yi Friday, Sept. 8th, '99. Tho. II. Davis' colossal fun trust of tim tried talent, marshaled in the un paralled unity, "The Hustler." A big brilliant and bewildering farce oomedy that ha eclipsed all competitor. I re sen ted by a great company of bustler. PRICES : - - 25, 50 and 75 Cts. Itnu-rveil sraU at Klrlln's drug store. I will guarantee tbit ay Kidney Cure will tur 00 per nU of alt forma of kidney oempUlnt and In many Instances the most Mrloni forms of Dlight'i disease. If the disease Is eom plloattd send a four ounce vial of urine. "We will analyse It and advise you free what t do. MUNTO.V. At all ororrlite. ISe. a rltl. Ontde te Hmlth Brt mMlrsI srttlo fres. 150(1 Arrh t., I'hlla. TI1I5 WHATMKIt. Ternpfiiitiuea rqualiiiB or exceetllnB any pievlous rccoril lor the time of year wore report ed yesterday at Louisville, whore It was 102dcgreo; Concordia, 100; Dos Moines, In dianapolis, Cincin nati, Cairo and Spiingfleld, Mo., 98. In the north west the tempera turos have con tinued moderate. Forecast for this section: Generally fair today and to morrow; fresh north to east winds. Sunrise, 0.41; sunset, 6:28; length ot day, 12b... 47m.: moon rises, 8:15 a. m.j imoon sets, 7:07 p. in. PERSONAL MENTION. I. J. Uaughan, one of our leading business moil, left fown this morning to visit New York, where ho intends buying a largo stock of coats, wraps and capos. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and daughter, of West 0.tk street, are spendiug a wcok in Philadelphia. Dr. ;md Mrs. W II. Yicngst, of Tamaqua, aie visiting friends in town. Mrs. Stanley Lowis, of Olean, N. Y., is being entertained here by Miss Jennie, Hart. Richard Hopkins, of South West Btrcct, is confined to his home by rheumatism. Miss Ida Lenlmit and her brother, Italph, visited friends at Delano to-day. Miss Sydney Neiswintor loft at noon to-day for Philadelphia, where alio intends to locate. Mrs. Jamea Glover and Miss Emma Morton, of town, are spending a few days with friends at Mahanoy City. Mr. and Mrs. W M. Hrowor and daughter, Eva, returned from the Catskills, N. Y last j evening. Most fountain pens' troubles are caused by poor Ink. Wq will clean and re-fill your pen free of charge, so that you can tty our ink. 10 and IS cents a bottle. BltUMM. Heaths and Funerals. Ajseven-month old child of William Bend er, of Park Place, died this morning after an illness of several hours of cholera infantum. Tho remains will bo brought to town on Sat urday for interment. A so l of the family was killed on the Lehign Valley railroad about four weeks ago and sinco thcu, Mrs. JJender has been confined to bed with an at tack of nervous prostration. Mrs. Mary Eiseuhuth, aged 77. years, died at her home at Broad Mountain yesterday. She leaves one son, Benjamin, of Mahanoy City. Mrs. Anna Micka, a former resident of Minersvillc, died at bcr home in Philadel phia yesterday. She was tho daughter of the late Edward Bradley, treasurer of this county in 1870. Funeral to-morrow morning. Mine Accidents, William Williams, of West Poplar street, had the index finger of his right baud pain fully mashed while spragging cars at Turkey Eun colliery yesterday afternoon. Charles Stott, of West Coal street, an out side laborer at Kohinoor colliery, bad his left ankle eoverely bruised by falling timber yesterday afternoon. Dr. Itoberts attended both victims. LAST OF THE SEASON. SUNDAY iXCDRSION TO ATLANTIC C1TV VIA iENNS'I.VANIA KAIL KOAD, DKLAtVAltE IlIVEU nillDOE HOUTH. Sunday next, Septomber 10, special train Wive Shenandoah at 4:35 a. m. Only $2.00 round trip. Through train; no change of cars. Last chance of the year. Spoke nt Shamokln. Daniel Duffy, of St. Clair, delivered a speech to the workmen, of Sbamokin, and vicinity, at Brady Park, on Labor Day. Ho made a very passionate address and advised the workingmen to stick close together for mutual benefit. So You Know Consumption is preventable? Science has proven that, and also that neglect is suicidal. The worst cold or cough can bo cured with Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure. Sold on positive guarantee for over fifty years. Sold by F. D. Klrlin on a guarantee. VifrorouM LnnirnnKC'. "Itell you," said Sammy Snaggs, "that man talked straight from the shoulder." "Snmuol, said Hr, Snaggs severely, "you should not u&e slang." ' Hut, fnthur, this was a deaf mid dumb man, mid he used the sign language." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. A hunting horn at n snlo In Loudon fetched 0,800 guineas. It is nn ordinary cow's horn beautifully enameled, the sub jects depleted btdng hunting scenes. It is about 350 years old. Long engagements are expensive In Russia, as thu groom elect sendia bis flan coo a preteut every day. International Military Tournament. Montreal, Sept. 7. An international military tournament will be held In Montreal next September, to which all military organizations from the United States and Great Britain and British possessions are to be invited. It is expocted that there will be 10,000 sol diers here. Japan Oponlnir fler Ports. Washington, Sept. 7. United States Minister Buck, at Tokio, has notified the state department that the govern ment of Japan has opened to foreign trade 22 additional ports under the op eration of the new treaties. NUGflBTS OP NEWS. Three brothers named Campbell were nuffocated in a well at Lowell, Ky. The number of enlistments Tuesday was 321. making a total of 3204 for 4 the ton raglmonts. The Hural Guard of Mariel, Cuba had a fight with bandits, killing one ind wounding two. Hx-Secretary of tho Navy Tracy Is to be called as a witnws before the Mazet committe in Now York. A Melbourne dispatch says the legis lative council of Viotoria yesterday re jected tho woman's suffrage JjH. A Mount Vernon, N. Y.. family had a narrow escape from death at tho hands of an Insane servant girl, armed with a razor. SCHOOL BOARD. Itrgulnr Moetltut Held Last Night - Itoiitlnn lltmlneas Trmimx ted. A regular meeting of tho 8chool Board was held last night, the following directors bolug In attendance: Mossrs. Helper, Haunn, Baugh, Holvoy, Martin, Mallck, Dove. Lee. Brltt, Whttakor. Superintendent Cooper submitted tho fol lowing report : "Up to noon to-day the en rollment In tho schools was: Boys, 1,100; girls, 1,330; total, 2..108. Tho third grade and the first grammar grades are quite well filled. There havo been admitted 271 now applicants. Lastyoar there wore 215 new applicants admitted during tho first sovon days of school. Tho patrons of our schools should remember that tho new rulo adopted last year requires all children becoming six years old between May 1st and December 1st must bo admitted during tho first two weeks of school. Six year old children will not bo admitted after noit week until January 2, 11)00. Tho schools are all in working order and moit of the repairs recommended have been mado. Tho Savings Bank rulos require that the Board electa tressuror each year and that lie give a bond for the amount fixed by tho Board. The office rec ommends that you re-elect tho present treasurer aim havo him renew his bond for whatever amount you may deem advisablo. The County Commissionorf complied prompt ly with the request to furnish a list of chil dren in our borough between tho ages of 8 end 10 years, for which tho olllco is thankful, and it recommends that the Board declare September 11, 1890, as the day on which to begin tho enforcement of the Compulsory Kduoa lonal Law." Tho report wa, accented and the recommendations referred to the re spective committees. Pho committees on teachers and salarlos and evening schools submitted reports oil the assign men ts of tho teachers for the term aud they were accepted and approved. Tho committee on boating and fuel sub mitted a report on bids for coal, and for haul ing coal. The bid of tho P. & It. C. & I. Co. on coal was as follows : 50 tons of egg, $2 05 per ton; 75 tons or stovo, fa.75 por ton; 350 tons of pea, $ 1 50 per ton. The bids for hauliug wo.ie: B. W. Hart, 50 cents per ton; William Nciswcnter, 50 couts; John Fish buru, 30 cents; Charles Illaker, 28 cents. There was also n joint bid from the Columbia and Itchcuo flic companies fer the hauling of coal and ashes at 40 cents por ton. Tho con tract for coal was awarded to tho P. & K. O. & I. Co., and tho hauliug contract to Charles I'laker, tho lowest bidder. The report of the tlnaucocommittcosliowcd that tho Board's treasury was overdrawn to tho amount of $34.80 aud tho bills falling duo, including salaries, amounted to 1,417 OS. Tho committee stated that no part of the state appropriation had been received, nor could tho Tax Collector promise to pay any money this month, but a part of tho state appropria tion was expected in a day, or two, and recommended that orders be granted and held by the secretary until money is received. This rccommondation, with one that the Tax lleccivor'g warrant bo sigued and issuod, and tho bond of Treasurer W. Thomas Lee bo approved; was accepted. The building and repairs committee was authorized to purchase disinfectants, and September 11, 1809, was fixed as the day to begin tho enforcement of the compulsory education law. The Board then procccdod to elect a treas urer for the School Savings Fund and School Director Joseph Coughliu was unanimously re-elected to the position for the ensuing year, tho bond being fixed iu the sum of $3,000. In the absence of the treasurer, Superintendent Cooper gave an approximate statement on the condition of the fund. The receipts have amounted to $2,101 and $403 has been withdrawn, leaving a balance of $1,008. The Board adjourned to meet at tho call of the chair. Discovered by a Woman. Another great discovery has been made, and that too, by a lady in this country. "Dis ease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were nndermiued and death seemed imminent. For three mouths she coughed incessantly, and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr, King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she slept all night ; and with two bottles, has been ab solutely cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. Thus writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at A. Wasley's Drug Store. Regular size Soc and Sl.oo. Everybottle guaranteed. A NERVY ENGINEER. Ills Promptness Saved Jtnny Lives on the Unltlnioro and Ohio. Connelisvllle, Pa., Sept. 7. Probably E0 persons were Injured In a rear end collision on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad last night at Connelisvllle station. The presence of mind of En gineer John Haggerty saved the lives of many. The first section of train No. 6 and an emigrant special of eight Wagner sleepers ran Into the rear end of tho Cumberland- accommodation. Engineer Murray, of the emigrant train, lost control of his engine, the ar brake refusing to work, and crash ed Into the rear end of the accommo dation, which was standing in front of the station, and was crowded with passengers. Engineer Haggerty, who was oiling his engine, saw the runa way train comlug and sprang aboard his engine, throwing the throttle open, thus lessening the force of the col lision, though the crash was terrific. No need to fear sudden attacks of cholera infantum, dysentery, diarrhoea, summer complaint of any sort if you have Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry in tho medicine chest. Special Iteduced Fares to Ilethlehem Via the Lehigh Valley Eallroad, account of the Bethlehem State Fair, September 12th to 10th, 1899. Tickets will be sold from Shen andoah to Bethlehem and return, September 1'xl, in inn, InMimivn limited for return to September 10th. Special one day rate of $1.75 will be made Thursday, September i nn. Tickets good going only on train No. 18 of that date, returning the same, or following day. Consult Lehigh Valley ticket agents for further particulars The Hume Ounrdlans. The semi-annual convention of the Schuyl kill County Loague of Game aud Fish Pro tective Associations will be hold at Mahanoy City on Wednesday of next week. All the dozen or more associations in the League will send delegates to the conveutlon. In the afternoon there will be a big shooting tourna. mcut held at High Point Park, which will be participated in by about 75 of the crack shots of the county. A foature of the occa .in.. ,m v. Hi,Anilnv for the Leaeue irold medal, now held by Peter Haverty, of Hast riniu, Mr Uavertv won the medal for superior prowess with the gun at tho League shoot held at Tremont In May last. Mrike at (Ilrard Colliery. A strike is on at the Girard colliery near Mt, Carmel. Recently tho wages of miners wero dropped ten cents per square yard, and drivers 11.00 per week. Twenty men are out. BEECKAM'S PILLS taken at nlcjht will make you feel riant, act right ond look right. They cure Constipation. IO rents and 35 cents, at nil drugstores. dOLOIN'S Ufa STORE. The Fall Meet. UlluUllUulluU uuuiaiiujiumuuiimuumuuiiiiii linn Mammoth Clothing 9 and 11 S. Main Repairs leaky hydrants. Does all kinds of plumbing:. Does gas fitting;. Gives estimates plants. Does the finest bath room work, P. W. BELL, Cor Wnite and Lloyd sts- PAROCHIAL SCHOOL. Centrnlla Has the Finest Building In This Section of the State. Centralis, Sept. 0. Through the Indefatig able efforts of Rev. Father Hayes, of St. Ignatius church, this town, we enjoy the distinction of having one of the finest parochial school buildings in this part of the state On Tuesday the school was opened with appropriate ceremonies, and tho rolls show an attendance of 258 pupils. In a few weeks a night school will be opened for the benefit of those who cannot attend during the day. The building stands in tbo most prominont place in town and is 50x100 feet in dimens ions surrounded by beautiful lawns and walks. Tho building has within its walls a largo and commodius club room with all the requirements to spend a pleasont evening : and a lodge room which is occupied by the Legion of St. Ignatius. On the second floor is tbo auditorium which will seat 800 pecple comfortably, with a stage 23x50 feet well supplied with-dressing rooms and regular scenery. The third floor is divided off into four school rooms with desk room for over 400 pupils ; a large drill room and gymnasium 23x50 feet. Tho fourth floor is at present incomplete. The school rooms are 25x31 feet and will be presided over by five sisters who will teach the scholars. Four will take up the regular branches and the fifth will instruct in instrumental and vocal music, flne needle work and drawing. Everything is free, as the expense will be borne by the parish. Tho building as it stands complete is worth all of $15,000. In connection with the school building Eov. Hayes has just finished an up-to-date fourtcen-room home for the Sisters of Charity, These two new buildings, in con nection with the church building aud par sonage, are now worth over $15,000. S. Beeouam's Pills will dispel the "blues." PITHY POINTS. Happenings Throughout the Country Chronicled for nasty Perusal. The Pension Board met at Pottsvllle yes terday. The Borough Council meets this evening in regular session. The outlook for a good fall and winter trade is encouraging. Mabanoy City wants more policemen. Don't do It, neighbor 1 Bring your orders for job work to this office if you desire neat work. County Treasurer Davis will erect a band- some residence at Broad Mountain. Coyne's shops at ABhland are working ever time. They are crowded with orders. Pottsvllle s school teachers are preparing for the reception of the county institute. The Lutheran and Reformed church at Locust Valley will be dedicated next Sunday. Rev. Albert Gonser, of Mt. Carmel, will not accept the call from Trinity Reformed church at Pottsvllle. Miss Annie Stanton, a pretty belle of Shen andoah, Is captivating the hearts of our young men along the promenade course, says a ForestvlIIe correspondent. W. H. Tyson was yesterday appointed fourth-class postmaster at West Reading, Pa. Recruits for the new Forty-seventh United States Voluuteer Regiment are being gathered at Bellefonte. For beating his wife, Frank Reed, of Am beison's Valley, Franklin county, was sen tenced by Judge Stewart to ten months' Im prisonment. Careful estimates fix the quantity of to bacco harvested in Clinton county this year at over 1,200,000 pounds, and its value at about $120,000. Elmer Richards, a young man employed in Shank & Spencer's shoe ttore, at Scranton, was killed by being caught between an ele vator and shaft. LAST OF Till! SISASON, SPECIAL lJXCUIlNlON TO ATLANTIC CITV NEXT SUNDAY VIA ONLY ALL-K IIL KOCTE. Pennsylvania railroad through-train ex cursion Sunday next, September 10, Special train via Delaware River bridge, leaves Shenandoah at 4:25 a. m. Only (2 00 round trip. Buy Royal Patont Flour, the market. It is the best in Letters Oranted, Letters of administration were granted yesterday to Ellas Kllnger on the estate of Rebecca Kllnger, late of Hahantonga town ship, deceased. Also to Bridget Elliott on the estate of Ilerry J. Elliott, late of New Philadelphia. Letters of administration c. t, a., were alio granted to Roger J. McCaffrey on tbe es tate of Bridget McCaffrey, late of Schuylkill Haven. On Every Bottle Of Shiloh's Consumption Cure Is this guar antee : "All we ask of you is to use two thirds of tbe contents of this bottle faith fully, then If you can say you are not benefited return tbe bottle to your druggist and he may refund the price paid." Price 25 cts., 50 cts. and (1.00. Sold by P. D. Klrlin on guarantee. aoLDiN'S mo VARIETY. WELL DRESSED MEN, meeting each other, will find oup coats on their backs, and will not be surprised to note that they fit well that's a peculiarity of the suits we sell. Look at our Fall Styles and take advantage of the tip top bargains we are offering. St. on steam and hot water ATLANTIC CITY. Another Speelal Sunday Excursion to At lantic City via Pennsylvania It. It. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company has arranged for another low-rate Sunday ex cursion to Atlantic City on Sunday, Septem ber 10. A special train will be provided, running on schedule given below to and from Atlantic City via the Delaware River Bridge, the only all-rate route, without change of cars, thus avoiding the transfer through Philadelphia. Special Kxcur leaves. Itate. Shenandoah 4.25 A. M. S2.60 Frackvllle 4.35 " 2 85 Returning, special train will leave Atlantic Cjty 0.00 P. M. same day, making same stops. TIIE LADIES. The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. To got the true aud genuine article, look for tbe name of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed noar the bottom of the package. For sale by all druggists. Deeds Recorded. From W. II. Zulick et al, to Bertolette Reinhart et ux,, premises in Schuylkill Haven ; from James Graham etux. to I). M. Graham, premises in Mahanoy City; from D. D. Williams et ux. to Elizabeth C. Parke, premises iu Yorkvllle ; from P & R, C. & I. Co. to Mahanoy City Water Co,, premises in Mahanoy township. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT. Fine central store room, 30x220 feet, Allcntown, I'a. Suits any large busi ness. Low rent ; or, rent by small per cent, of sales if desired. Fred. Itunk, Alleutown, Pa. IOR RENT. Two very desirable brick dwell ? Ing houses, 82 and 35 East Oak street. Rent reasonable. AddIv at 23 West Lloyd street, or 20 South White street. 94-7-8 WANTED. A servant girl to do general housework. Apply at No. 1 North Main street. 9-6-3t Oil RENT. A well equipped blacksmith shoo with all the necessary tools and machinery for wheelwright and horseshoeing purposes, uesx locatea snop in town, ro any one renting the shop the tools will be sold At a reasonable rlce. Apply at 12S North Main street. O-4-t! FOR RENT, A stable on South Market alley. Will accommodate several horses. Suitable for a livery stable. Annly to Michael Prlbula. 218 East Centre street, 0-2-6t FOR RENT. Cheap, the fruit ttand at the corner of Centre and White streets. Also nve-rooin dwelling, at 119 South Jardln street, suitable for small family. Apply to M, T. Purcell, 118 West Oak street, 8henandoah. 1-Ct NOTICE. Desirable properties for tale. Ap ply to 8. Q. M. Ilollopeter, attorney, Shenandoah. Sfl.tf TTlOn SALE. Most desirable dwelling on West JJ Centre street, bath, water cloiet, sewerage, two houses on rear of lot. Valuable business property, two stores. North Main street. Two houses on East Coal street. Little cash required. Fine house In Brownsville. Apply to J. Clacdh Brown, Attornev-at-law. 7-29-tf Cor. Centre and White streets. Orphans' Court Sale of Vaul able Real Estate. Estate of Ralph Oliver, late of Shenan doah, Schuylkill County, Pa., Deceased. Pursuant to an order of the Ornhans' Court of the county of Schuylkill, In tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the subscriber, Martha Bur cblll, trustee, will expose to sale by public vendue on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1899, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon on the premises. No. Hi North Main street, Hbenandoali all that certain three-story frame dwelling house and lot of ground, situate on the west side of Main street In the said borough of Shen andoah, bounded and deserlbed as follows viz; Eait by Main street, north by property of Mrs. F. J. Kern, west by an alley, and south by prope.ty of Mrs. Ilreckcny. Said lot or piece of ground containing thirty 30 feet front on west side of said Main street and ex tending that width In length or depth and at right angles therewith a distance of one hundred and fifty 1150 feet to the east side of an alley, said lot or piece of ground being known, marked, and numbered on the general map or plan of said borough of Shenandoah, as mado by P. W. Stealer, Esq., of Pottsvllle, Pa , as Lot Number Seven (71 of Block Number Thirteen 13, lAU.II. (111..., Trustee. By order of the Orphans' Court. F. O. Ressb, Clerk, Pottsvllle, Pa Sept, 6th, 1899. CONDITIONS OF SALE. Ten 10 per cent, of the purchase money to be paid by the pur chaser when the property is struck down, and the balance te be paid wltbln ten day there- Martha BcncniLi., 9-7-H-21 Trustee. iO(- Regular else "7 I ww cupcake, - Jt lingular size ca I sponge oake, 7 Loaves of j , bread, COC These are some of the necessarlr of Ufa we sell cheaper than other. Fresh every day. Our Ryu end Graham bread Is Increasing Its alee every day. Try our 25c check system and save money, BOSTON BAKERY, . Morgentteln. 217 W, Centra Street QOLDIN'S LOW PRICES. House, ! Goldin, Proprietor. Commercial Hotel Entirely remodeled and refurn ished. Elegant Bath and Wash Rooms. Boarders by the Day, week or month. Well stocked bar attached. An heuser-Busch St. Louis beer and Pabst Milwaukee beer in bottles. The Best Hotel In the Region diving the Best Accommodations for the Honey. Try Our "CONFIDENCE" s-Cent Cigar. Best on Earth. Morris Heckman, PROPRIETOR, Cor. Main and Coal Sts., Shenandoah, Pa. Ice Cream, All flavors. Man u 1 a c - tured daily, of town. Delivered to all parts Sealed PINK BAND Package PATlMTia. NewYork. Bon-Bons and Chocolates, Made Only Ky ' TENBTET COMPANY, VOK SALE IIS" FRED. KEITHAN, Baker and Confectioner, 104 IM. Main St. WEDDING WREATHS -g BURIAL SLIPPERS, 5fS NA1URAL AND WAX FLOWERS. ' sr. The largest assortment In town. Prices beyond comoetltion. De signs desired by special orders our stock before purchasing else where. Flowers for sociables, balls, banquets or other festive occasions furnished at short notice. oiieu. tome ana see Miss Mary E. Jones, West Lloyd St. Next to Hub department itore. Go-Carts Af -AIM D- Baby Carriages. Owing to a constant de mand for these vehicles we have received another lot to close the season. We do not intend to make any money on them but will dispose of them at the very lowest prices. One of Our Go-Cart Baby Carriages Will give you more satisfac tion and pleas ure than any pther you can procure In town. . O'NEILL, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, 106 South Main Street