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,VOL. VI.--NO. 185.
SHENANDOAH, PA., FBIDAY. JULY 10. 1S91.
teE STJBEST BO AD TO WEALTH IS THBOUGH LIBERAL ADVEBTISli
- CONVENTION CALL.
IV) the Republican Electors of Pcnnsylo.mla:
flcr consultation and correspondence wtth
tmembere of the Republican State Committee,
and bv their direction, I hereby give notice that
the Republican) of Penmylvanla, by their duly
cho$en reifesentatices, will meet in State Con
vention at Ilarrisburg, Wednesday, August m,
1801, at IDo'clock A, if., for thepurpose ofplac-
hi(ng in nomination candidates for the offices of
i wale Treasurer ana Auuuor uairrai,jur me
I nomination of etghleencandidatesfor Delegates'
L al-Z,arg'e to the Constitutional Oonvention pro
V vided foe in Die Act of Assembly approved June
10, 1891, anil for the transaction of such other
business as may be presented.
Notice it especially directed to the fact that, in
accordance with the provisions of the last men
tioned act, each Senatorial district is entitled to
a representation of three delegates in said Con
stitutional Convention, two of whom only canbe
members of the majority party in said district.
The electors of each district are therefore re
quested to make proper nominations for dele
gates to said convention, the rules governing the
nomination of candidates for State Senator to
In this connection the Chairman desires to call
the attention of Republican voters to the recom
mendation of the Stale Convention of 18S2, that
"they allow the greatest freedom in the general
trte preservation o irte J'urt vryuriixuitvit.
Wit. jr. ANDREWS, Cliairman.
. pn'n.'BiTn.M'Ri-R.n tm AMKmnA.
4)ie following timely editorial ap
peared In one of tho Issues of the
Philadelphia Times and is republished
f for the benefit of our readers who
failed to see it :
"Herr Cahensly Is one of those
foreign cranks who occasionally rise
up to given sort of justification lor the
revival of Native Americanism. His
r petition to the Pope for appointment
I of National Jlishops which means
those who speak and will continue to
speak the language of tho country
from which those under their charge
rt have emigrated Indicates a desire to
' perpetuate and maintain In this coun
l try foreign communities speaking
i. their native language, malnlng their
7 uativo customs and preserving intact
i their former nationality.
I "Th'tt nrdrir. nf nunh Riurfrnatlnnn ta
dangerous to the peace of the Aineri-
can -Republic and the perpetuity of
1 American institutions. Up to this
time this country has given refuge and
welcome to 15,000,000 people of foreign
Jtli to the mutual ml vantage, of thoto
Cp came and those who were already
iiuru. nui me uuvuntage 10 me coun
try accrued solely from tho fact that
k, the fifteen millions and their descen
dants ceased to be foreigners and be
came Americans In language, customs,
t education, intent and purpose. We
CE53STTS per yd for the
BEST TABLE OILCLOTII,
"Sold In other stores for 85a. All floor
Oilcloth reduced. Call for bargains
C. D. FRICKE'S
Store, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre
"Northwestern Daisy !"
A high grade Patent JTloxir the Choicest Minnesota
Wheat used. Makes more bread, than ordinary
iranteea jzauai in event
in the market,
$6.00 PER BARREL.
Jbor sale only at KEIIER'S.
Flne Natural Color Pickles solid and sour.
Bloater Mackerel largo and at.
Xancy Table Syrup pure goods,
Jiresh Dairy Butter,
strictly Pure Lard.
BratNwt9 New' Crop Commonly called Cream Nuts 4
pounds lor 25c
j.VVA COFFEE Fresh Roasted.
w Oil Cloths and Brussels
New l'atterua lor the Fall Trade.
oin safely give refuge and welcome to
other millions on the same terms, but
on Uo other. The sore point with
Cahensly seems to be that a portion of
the Americanized Catholics drift away
from the church. This may or may
not be true, but if true the remedy
niUBt be sought In eomo other direc
tion. It is the glory of the American
Republic that it tolerates all religions.
The foreign Cathollo has tho eame un
molested right of faith and form of
worship us tho native Protestant, and
will continue to have. This is as far
as religious toleration can go. More
should not be asked. If Catholicism
fails to hold Its own under euch con
ditions the faults does not lie in re
It Is essential to tho perpetuity of
the American Government that its
citizens shall be Americans in all that
the term implies. Thosu -w ho have
come here with any other intent or
purpose should return whence they
came and if any contemplate Immi
gration with the purpose of remaining
foreigners after they come they should
abandon their intention. They are
not wanted and will not be welcomed.
This condition is vital and will be In
sisted on. The proposal of Herr
Cahensly is squarely antagonistic, to
this vital essential, In spite of his la
bored and twisted logic to prove the
"Fortunately tho Pope is a wiser
than than Herr Cahensly, and has
signified his intention to refuse the
latter's petition. This should set at
rest all fears of danger from the ex
istence of a perpetual foreign popula
tion in our midst. The Germans,
Italians, Poles and others who con
tinue to come to our shores will
continue in tho future, as in the past,
to lose their nationality and become
Americans. The Catholic authorities
will encourage them to do this, and
will frown upon all propositions to the
contrary. Thero is no more loyal
American In America than Cardinal
Gibbons, and his suggestions will
doubtless continue to have greater
weight with the Papal Bee than those
of a score of foreign Cahenslys."
Oh, What a Cough.
Will yon heed the warning? The blgnal per
haps of the BUre approach of that more ter
rible disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves
If you can afford for the sake of saving 00
rents, to run the risk nnd do nothing for It,
We know from experience that Billion's Curs
will Cure your Cough. It never falls. This
explains why more than a Million Bottles
were sold the past year. It relieves Croup
and Whopplne Consh at once. Mothers do
not be 'without it. For Lamo Hack, Hide or
Chest, Ufco Hhlloh's Porous Plaster. Bold by
O. II. Hagenbuch, N. IS. corner Main and
A Now Business.
P. J. Gloary has oponod a store in the
Ferguson's building, on East Centre stroot,
and is propared to furnish tho local trade
with flno leather and shoe findings and all
kinds of Bhoomakor's supplies. His stock Is
a largo one and well equipped to fully
supply all demands of tho trade. 6-15-tl
resvect 10 ami Jiancn Miour
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS FOR
ALL BUT FOURTEEN SECURE THEM
Tho Namoa of tho Successful
Applicants In Mlno Inspootor
Stein's District Porsonal
and Other Local News.
Tho board of examiners of applicants for
mino foremen certificates mot In Pottsvlllo
yesterday and concluded the examination
of tho papers submitted. Of tho sixty-six
applicants fifty-two woro successful. The
following aro tho successful applicants in
Mino Inspector Stein's district j
Thomas Whittaker, Yatosvlllo.
Benjamin Williams, Silvor Brook.
Henry F. Jovons, Shonandoah.
Charles Ilarlor, Kavon Ilttn.
Qoorgo ltichardsou, Maple Da'o.
Thomas D. James, ffm. Penn.
John Conway, Suffolk.
Lawrence Murphy, Lost Crook.
John Schwint, Shenandoah.
Edward J. McDonald, Colorado.
Patrick Ponton, Buck Mountain.
P. H. McCormlck, Shonandoah.
Samuol Piatt, Wlggana.
Richard Itosby, Oilberton.
John Qarvoy, Gilborton.
Stephen Gorvill, Mahanoy City.
Thomas T. Williams, Audenriad.
Thomas Boddow, Mahanoy City.
David Jones, St. Nicholas.
Editor IIkkald : "Our Band" mado a
groat mistake in giving their concert on
tho east sido of Main streot, as the wind is
invariably in tho went and northwest and
thereby wafts tho strains of music against
tho building, producing a flat, instoad ot a
sharp sound. I would suggost that tho
next concert bo given from tho awning on
tho northwest comer of Main and Contro
streets, if permission is given by the pro
prietors of tho building. I would also
suggest that ono concort be givon this sea
son from tho roof of a throe story building,
soraowhoro in the center of tho town. My
reasons for thij is that by its height abovo
othor buildings, tho strains of musio would
ba wafted to all parts of tho town, and
mothors and invalids would bo delighted
by it, as thoro are hundreds of such in tho
town who cannot loava homo to attond tho
regular concorts. Music for tho people is
what wo want.
A Contributor to tub Band.
Shenandoah, Pa., July 10. 1891.
M. A. Ferry, of Freoland, is visiting
frionds in town.
Ex-Judgo Walkor, of Pottsville, was in
town this morning.
Leo Tally, of Baltimore, Md., is visiting
at Gerald MoKornan's.
Miss ICatia Moaklor, of East Contro
street, is visiting frionds in Philadelphia
John K. Wilson, insurance agont, of
Pottsvlllo, was attending to business in
Capt. W, II. Jonos and Postmastor W.
V. Medlar, of Mahanoy City, listonod to
tho fine concert of tho Grant Band last
evening, and pronounced it A No. 1.
J, II. ICostor and his wlfa returned
homo last night, after spending a very
pleasant two weoks viiiling relatives In
Luzorno and Lackawanna counties. Mr,
Kester epont several days fishing whilo
away and made several fine catches.
Ask Tour Frionds About It
Your distressing cough can bo cured.
Wo know it bocsuso Komp's Balsam
within the past fow years has cured so
many cough's and colds in this community.
Its romarkablo salo has boon won entirely
by its genuine morit. A.sk sorao friend
who has used it what ho thinks of Komp's
Balsam. .There is no medicine so pure,
none so effocllvo. Largo bottlos 60o andjl
it all druggists'.
Thomas Tracy, agod 24 years, died at his
rosldonco on West Centro streot last night
after a lingering illne. The funeral will
tako place on Saturday morning. High
Mass wjll bo hold at tho Annunciation
,A Cure for Constipation
Dr. Silas Lane, while In the Bocks
Mountains, discovered a root that whn
.combined with othor herbs, makos an easjr
and certain euro for constipation. It is in
tbo form of dry roots and loaves, and is
known as Lane's Family Medicine. It
will euro sick headache. For tbo blood,
liver and kidneys, and for clearing up the
aomplftxion it doos wonders. Druggists
soil it at 50 cents a package.
MIIob' Nervo and Liver Fills
Act on a new prlnclpleit'gulatlng the
liver, btouiueh and howt'la Unun;h (I n t vvtt
A new discovery, Jlr Miles' l'HU spefdlly
cuie billoujiimsn, txid luaie, torpid liver, pile ,,
constipation. Uncqualed lor men, womrn,
children. Hmallesi, mtlacst.suresil 6 doses,
2oct8. Humpies Free, at t . II Hagenbuch'
PAUL SUMMA SPEAKS.
Donial of Malicious Reports A Re
Mr. Editor Dear Sir: I hoar It cur
rontly rumored through tho nommunltv
that I oxplodod my own safe ; and that 1
did It to escapo creditors, and to wrong
fully get tho trujt monova In tnv nfo
To all thoso aspersions unnn mn on.l m
crodlt, I simply desire to say through
your ostimablo column", thoy aro basoly
false, and aro but tho Ignorant surmises ol
people who havo no rospoct for thomsolves
or their unfortunalo neighbors. Why
should I do such a thing, a criino against
mysolf and famijy, a most violent, deadly
broach of tho noaco. and which al most rc2
suited in tho death of mysolf andsovoralof
myhousohold? I do not owe a penny to
any ono. My proporty in Kingston, Pa.,
is cloar of all encumbrance. I do not owe
any bills, having heretoforo been aliln fnnrt
I hope In future) to discount my bills. Of
tno monoys entrusted to mo for safo keep
ing only about fifty dollars
whilst sovoral hundred dollars belonging to
other partios was left and has boon since
rocoived from mo by tho partios. My own
actual loss in cash of two hundred dollars,
togemor with my own and my wifo's watch
and chains, and other ostlmHhln oitt-
souvonirS and destruction of my safe, and
tho abstractidlfof valuable papers, swell
my loss to not loss than six hundred dollars.
I am making a standinif rHwrH if s.-ri f,
tho return of my watchos, and Of 100 (or
tne appronension of any or all of the
parties who perpetrated tho crimo.
.Let any who doubt tho nhnvn .nrilnn.
inquire as to tho facts and bo convincod of
Shonandoah, July 10, 18'Jl.
Tho Chronicle roulios
articlo rospecting tho determination of Joe
won s inonds to mako him Sheriff. Tho
roply confirms tho Hekalu's statoment
and all Iho Chronicle want3 to know is,
"What difference does it mako to Editor
11. U. Uoyor whero tho Domocrats locate
their candidatos?" No diflVrnnoo i.rr,n,.
Ilolms. Wo havo succeodod in bringing
ouiinotrutn. vo woro simply notifying
tho Shenandoah Democratic Rsnlrania rr
Shoritt that thoy had better keop their eyes
open or tney would bo dumped by tho
Potlsvillo people and you havo vory
graciously swallowed tho bait nnd con-
urmou our statomont. Hoe ?
Tho article In Tho Colliory Engineer
Pocket-Book describing faults and tho
mo'.hods of dealing with thorn is worth
mora than tho price, which is fiOO bound
in cloth and $2 76 bound in loathor with
flap. It contains ovor 400 pajos of tho
latost rules and formula) rolating to coal
and metal mining. Send to tho Colliery
Enginoer Company, Scranton, Pa., for a
sample copy of The Colliery Engineer,
which in its dopartmonts, oditod especially
for miners, who have not had much school
ing, publishes all that is noodod to qualify
any porson to pass an examination and eo
euro a ralno foreman's cortiflcato.
Organizing for Lakeside.
Tho people of Contralla havo started to
prepare for tho Lakeside eisteddfod with a
will. They havo organized a choir of
sixty-five excollent singors under the
leadership of Samuel Davis, formerly if
Win, I onn. An organization has been
formed and tho following officers oloetod
President, Edward Keoao: Secretary,
Frank Kolly ; Troasurer, James McCaf-
forty. Tho Centrnlla band will also com-
pcto In tho oistoddfod,
The opon-air concort givon by tho Grant
Cornet Band last night from the awning of
tho Watson House was a rare treat. Feo-
plo throngod tho pavomonts in tho vicinity
of tho hotol and oacb solectlon was heartily
applauded. Thoro were many strangora In
town and their comments on tho concort
wero highly complimentary to tho band
Notice 1 1
Any person or persons finding or return1
ing to mo, valuable papers which woro
tskoo from my safo, viz: Naturalization
certificate, titlo deeds, recoipts, &c, from
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and a fire insurance
polioy will rccoivo a suitable reward.
July 10, 1801, 3t
A Brakoman's Loss.
John Friodejibsob, a Lehigh Valley
brakoman, received his pay on Monday
night, amounting to $55. IIo mado two
dollars worth of purchases and lost tho
batanco of the money whilo on duty on his
To Nervous, Debilitated Men.
If you tend us your address, we will
nail you our illustrated pamphlet oxTJlain
ing all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Bolt and Appliances, and their
scanning eflocts upon the nervous de
bilitated system, aud how thoy will quickly
rejtoroyou to vigor, and manhood, l'ampl.
tt roc It vou 0r '.hii- ni'lia- d, we will
and you a h it an 1 A.p- ' mifn- un a trial,
Vol taic Bki v('., Ma, hall, Mich.
Waters' Weiss beer is iho best, Joi n A
Rei'ly sol" agent, 0-6-tf
DRIFTINGS CAUQHT BY THOSE
WITH OPEN EARS.
WHAT PEOPLE THINK AND SAY.
The Llatonor's Notes of Current
Commont Intorostlnsly Col
umnlzad Readablo and
Editor IIkralu: Your remarks in
recent Issues In relation to securing a
healthy boom to our town havo beon ex
ceedingly suggestive and valuable. It
scorns porfectly cloar to a lookor-on, some
what familiar with successful and enduring
booms in similar places, that if tho sontl
mfnt and enthusiasm of tho Evknijjo
Mkuald aro shared by tho citizens gen
erally, great pro-perily is not prophotlc.
hut assured. When tho car of progross
begins to move is tho moment to put
ovory shoulder to tho wheel and give it a
strong pU3h, a long push, and a push alto
Ono special suggostion may bo oppor
tune. A frequent method of inducing
manufacturers to locato in a placo is to
offer ihem some valuable advantage) at the
outset. Tho purchase of a site, tho orec
tlon of a building, tho equipment with
machinory, tho purchaso of stock for be
ginning, and similar first steps in a manu
facturing ontorpriso, constiluto a costly
move. No wondor that with such outlay
confronting thorn men proceed cautiously,
young firms especially, searching dis
criminatingly beforo sticking stakes, Tho
sympathy and substantial aid of a com
munity aro helpful at this juncturo. A
small advantage will tip the scales just now
and plant tho factory in a particular town.
A little Indifforonco and selfishness on tho
part of officials and loading citizens sends
tho incipient ontorpriso to the next town to
locato. A call from tho assessor and col
lector aro tho firo is built under tho boilor
is rather ungracious, and a complaint
against the factory as a nuisance bofore tho
cornor-stono is laid is promaturo. Nor is
tho "walk-into-my-parlor" policy of the
spidor a good ono for a town ; "oloh 'ora
first, fleoco'om aftorwards" don't pay.
Tho writer knows a firm of carriage man
ufacturers now aoircoly sooond to any in
tho world, who wanted to set up in a cer
tain town. But on proposing to buy a
plot if ground favorable to their purposes,
part if which wasownod by tho town and
part by privato partios, tho price was held
s 1 high as to driyo the manufacturers to a
neighboring town whero tbo free use of a
plot for a term of twenty years was gen
erously accordod thom. Tho former town,
then tho larger of tho two, Is etill a sloppy
village and tho high-pricod plot is a cow
pasture, while tho groat factory has been
tho chiof agont in transforming the smaller
vlllago Into a rich and thriving city.
Another case, known to the writer, Is
6uggolivo : A man owned six acres of
land at one ond of a straggling littlo city
IIo laid thom off in lots and for several
years tried in vain to tell them, but'ho did
not roalizo onough to pay tho taxes. Fi
nally, ho donated two acies to a company
en condition that thoy os'ahlish a factory
to omploy fifty hands. Tbo factory was
startod and within twelve months my
friend had sold tho balano? of his lots, on
somoof which ho had erected cottages, and
pocketed a clear PS.0QO.
Thero Is, that saves at tho spigot and
wastes at the bung. Now Shonandoah hat
a good deal of vaoant torritury, sltmted
most desirably for manufacturing plants.
Cannot a company bo organized among
our moneyed men who can obtain control
of some of this territory and offer,
gratuitously or nearly so, building sites to
manufacturers who will locato and operate
in am. town? Aro thero not several
individuals who can do the same? Cannot
tho town also grant Immunity from taxes
to such for a term of years 1 K so, let tbo
fact bo at once widely advartlwd, so as to
ranch the notice of parlies who may be on
the watch for Just such an opportunity.
What others have done we can do.
Ruenandoah, July " lN'd.
If overy cmzm of "lunand 'ah rotild
see and realize the situation ot affairs in
Iho town as cloarly as cur correspondent, it
would be salb to predict that propor 'treas
ures would be taken to set the wheels ot
progress revolving In a vigorous manner.
It Is surprisingly slrantro that man Mitr.
logged with real estate, in frt Unri.n-
osnnot discover' thn road that dyads to
prosperity, notwithstanding it fays di
rectly in front of their own doorways.
lo-oay tney are struggling to pay tuxes
While tllOV mleht bn in thn ttnauaulnn nf
good bank accounts and entlroly freSd from
worldly care. Tho Kveninq JImramj is
doing what it can to point out the- way to
riches nnd power, and there aro hopeful
signs that Its labors aro being appreciated
by thoughtful men and in time tf mw
succeed In.arouslng the entiro oonrhiunity
irom tno lethargy into which it hiMgfallen.
Thoro is no royal road to fortune; he who
wouiu succeed luuet put his shoulder to the
wheel and lilod earlv and Into uniil tl,
goal of his purpose is readied. Whnt is
truo of tho individual is trua of thn town t
If Shenandoah would advanco In iuiimln.
tlon. hor citizens must hflttlr llmmulvo.
and thero Ij no better timo to begin tho
march than now I
THE IRISH WIDOW.
Mrs. Magoogln Hub a Few Words
to Say in Defense of Parnell
"Fwlnit In th' worruld ar' ye dolu'
down an yer two knewi there, Mrs.
"Oivlu' thiiuka, Sirs. Mngooglii,
An' fur fwhynr' yo Klvlu' thanks.
Mrs, McGlaggorty ?"
"Fur beln' an nlrth at all, at all, In
theso linn mi toimes, me frind."
"An hard tolmoM they nreeutoirley.
Mrs. aicCllaggsrty I Fwhut wild milk
gone lip 11 cint a pint, an' peyatlos riz,
an' Eoiipmnl' as holgh as (11'iiioiign.
au' beer threatenin' we're huvln'
worse toimes nor tho world hus saw
since th' days av owld Klui Herod,
"Troth'u lt'tt-turue for ye. Mrs M11-
Sure nn' don't Ul know it la," said
tho widow with 1111 air of ansumed
wisdom. "An' Id's more kolnds of
trouble nor wan that ld'a bringln',
liuvuuruueu. .liuk at 1110 peviuy rot.
11 th' owld dart an' be th' mfsforehin
that has overtaken me noor frind Par-
nelll Jsht at th' very blessed mliiit
fiu hu was afther beln' about to get
Home Rule for Oireland. All, but
he's th' foino man, L.rs. M.QInggerty !
Oi have his plcttir' cut out nv th'
Olrtnfi Wurruld, paaliteil up an th'
wall of me kitchen, an' It luka as
nauheral an' loife like, Mrs, McOlag
gerty, as if id washlmsul' wns peeltiu'
out from beholud th' shtove. Fwhut
sllplludid fwhlsliers he do be bavin',
Mrs, Metilnggerty ! An' fwhut a
byootiful forehead jlsht lolko my
poor Dlnny's God be gud to th' mini's
sowl ! Ol doon't blame th' wimmln
fur falliu' In love wld him, nor hlui
fur falliu' in love wld them I Uegorry,
Oi'd set me cap fur him mesel' to Oi
wild, Mrs. McGlaggerty, nil Oi thnwt
Oi hud th' ghosht nv a show, Indeed,
an' Ol wild! They're rnisln' n bulla
balloo In Kuglaud about IiIb toot-y
tails as me daughter Toozy sez Id ill
th' Frinch wld wan Mrs. O'Shuy.
He med u complalt smash au her,Mra.
McGlaggerty, captured her h'nrt In
tolrely, an' purly soon, d'ye moind, 11
dlvoorco follled, an' thin a Bohundal,
au' now nnwtliiu's to be hind au
alther side hut Purnell'a this an' Par
nell's that, au' uo bla'guard an tho
face a v th' alilli is wursu nur him,
Mrs. McGlaggerty. Now, llshtlu' to
me, mo frind, Ol'm 110 free-lover un'
God knows O'ld not be n Mormon for
forty-noluo dollars, nur a Turk, alther,
but fwhat is u poor dlvil av u man to
do fwin ft byootiful orayture slumps
horeyesathiin an' us mooch us pre
slnts her h'art to htm un a golden
platter, Mrs. McGluijgerty ? 01 re
mlmber the first toline Ol met my
Dlnny resht his sowl I the way he
quivered an' nuuked an' shtud un ouu
leg an' didn't know fwhlch lml of hid
auathomy his hut was an, To shpaku
plainly, Mrs McGlaggerty, lie Uum
iluuimlxed complaltly. That's the
way wld Parnell and Mrs. O'Sluiy.
We're all human, acusha, an' lol'hle
to go agin th' law some toluie or other
an' we all ud luk lainleutly at aluli
other's Rhurtcoiuin's, fur who knows
but fwhat we may be th' uuxtotueel'?
No! Nol No! not that Ol 11111110 that
Oi'd do mioh a thing uiesel', Mrs. Mc
Glaggerty! Me,thenoiue,ducint widow
woman that Oi am! No, ma'am, not
me; but there's them that has hus
band that may come into the oatty
goiry. There's your Jurry, fur InsUuce
Keep an eye on him. Somebody may
shtale hliu, Mrs. McGlaggerty.
Don't Pay 5 Cents
For what you can got for
half tho monoy. Our
Spanish Panotollas at two
for five aro better than
half tho Cigars you pny
live cents for. Try thom.
$1.10 a box.
no. n Norm iaruin streot.