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VOL. VI.--NO. 174.
SHBTANDOAH. PA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 25. 1S91.
THE SURE ROAD TO OPULEiTCE LIES KNEE-DEEP THROUGH PRINTERS INK
Republican State Ticket.
Gc.v. DAVID MoMURTRIE GREGG
Capt. JOHN W. MORRISON.
Dclegatea-at.Zarge to the Constitutional
A. 8. I. SHIELDS, ISAIAH 0. WEAR,
W-JI. I. S01IAFFEK, HERMAN" KREAJIER
LOUIS W. HALL, SI. L. KAUFFMAN,
H. M. EDWARDS,
GEO. B. SCHMIDT,
II. O. m'cormick,
J. II. rOMEROY,
WM. D. ROQEBS,
JAMES L. DROWN,
TERUENCE V. TOWDERLY.
Judge Hon. D. D. Qreen.
Jury Commissioner MaJ. William
Poor Director George Heffner.
Delegates to the Constitutional Con
vention, ZOth District Joseph H.
Pomeroy, John J. Coyle.
The News will have to eat crow.
It will all eoine out now, with Nash
lu the soup.
Charley Kino was too many for
I the Nashites.
It will all come out now. Tho ring
rules the roost.
It wasn't a bad day for the Dutch
The Dutch have taken Holland
They aro not spelling harmony
with a big H In the Democratlo party
of this county now.
Pooh-Bah Soheifly, although
side-tracked on Saturday, can rejoice
with the victors.
Talk about rings! Why the Dem
ocratic party has no room to talk.
The ring won yesterday.
"What are we here for, anyway 1"
That's what the Shenaudoah Demo
crats said yesterday.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS !
aro being received dally at
G. 3D. FRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jartlia St, near Centre
OLD APPLE VINEGAR for PlcJiling. Twice the
strength of ordinary Vinegar and strictly pure.
WHOLE MIXED SPICES for.Picliling.
OUR FANCY SYRUP Al lOo
yJLs a strictly pure sugar syrup, and equal in color, flavor
and body to any hlyh-in'lced syrup.
NEW NO. 1
Mithis season's catch, ivhite and fat. Will receive in a few
days our first invoice of Neiv Fancy BLOATER MACK
EREL, extra large and. fine.
tresh Creamery ana uairy uuuer.
I l-.l MM
One Car of MXDLINGS.
One Car of OLD TIM01H1 UAH,
ORE PAIR OF GOOD MULES a good team for farm
And Jack Toole Is on top again.
This Is a good year for breaking
"Jim Smith" didn't predict cor
rectly. And no wonder the News will feel
This Is a good year for kickers.
They are all getting there.
Now let the baud play. The Dem
ocratic circus is ready for tho season.
Democratic (ring) nominations for
1892: Congress, Charles F. King;
Judge, James B. Rellly.
Chairman James should inaugur
ate a hustling campaign. The boys
are united and ready for a good fight
General Clarkson says tho next
Presidential struggle will be bo much
a campaign of education that it can be
won by one agency aloni), the party
press. If the circulation of the Re
publican papers should Increase 25 per
cent, and weekly and bi-monthly dis
cussions he held in every neighbor
hood, the people would themselves
win the victory for the party by next
spring. Here is a pointer for our
General Mauone has Issued a cir
cular to Virginia Republicans advising
that no nominations for the Legisla
ture he made this fall, a fair election
under the existing election laws being
impossible. What a commentary is
this upon free Republican Institutions
as they exist in the South under the
domination of Democracy. Only oue
party is allowed the freedom of the
ballot In the South, and yet this is the
same party that Is so loud for ballot re
form lu Pennsylvania and tho North
where no one is deprived of his right
to vote and where all parties have an
equal privilege. Our Democratlo
friends would have enough to engage
their attention by attempting ballot
reform where it Is needed In the states
of the solid Democratic South.
Best work done at Brennan's Btoam
laundry. Everything white ami spotless.
Laco curtains a specialty. All work guar
Fine Old Government Java Coffee.
A GERMAN TICKET
GREAT SURPRISE AT THE
COUNTY SEAT YESTERDAY.
WOLL THROWS NASH OVERBOARD-
A Regular Gorman Klto With an
Irish Tail-All South of tho
Mountain Mon on the Ticket.
Thoro is walling and a gnashing of teeth
in tho Democratic ranks of Schuylkill
Tho Gorman voters havo tricked their
Irish colleagues and havo raado up a tlckot
with throo of tho four candidates Ger
mans, and all residontsof that part of the
county south of the II road mountain.
Tho ticket Is:
For Judge, Goorgo J. Wadltnger, of
For Sheriff, Josoph Woll, of PottsvlUe.
For Poor Diioctor, liobcrt Ebling, ot
For Jury Commissioner, Joro. O'Donnel,
of St. Clair.
Tho Democrats of Schuylkill county as
sembled In convention at Pottsvlllo yester
day morning at 10:53 o'clock.
P. M. Dunn, Esq., of Mlnorsvlllo, was
elcctod permanent chairman by acclama
tion and thirtoon vice presidents wero
Aftor tho appointment of tho committeo
on resolutions an effort was mad a to pro
ceed in tho regular ordor of business, but a
request that the chair entertain nominations
for Judge was a signal for a general up.
roar. At leant a dozen men tried to secure
recognition from tho chairman, who Anally
entertained a motion to adjourn. Tho mo
tion provailed and tho Nash dolegatos re
ceived thoir first shock.
At 12:45 tbo convention was again called
to order and at 1 o'clock tho committee on
resolutions reported. Tho resolutions wore
of tho usual order, condemning all Repub
lican officeholders and everything Republi
can, and lauding all Democrats and thoir
Chairman Dunn evidently anticipated
troublo, for immediately after tho reading
of the resolutions he gave warning that ho
would brook no interference with tho work
of tho convention and threatened ejectment
for all who failed to heed his warning.
Nominations woro then made for Judgo.
Ashland went solidly for Nash and mat
ters went swimmingly for that candidate
until Mahanoy Citywas reachod, whon tho
delegates from that placo yollod "Wad
linger" In one two three ordor. Minor9
ville also went for Nash, but Pottsvlllo and
Shenandoah split. Thu latter place gave
Nush but four of her ten votes. Ho had
claimed all of them.
Wadliuger was nominated on the follow
Nash . l,51Ua
Tho nominees for Shoriff wero Frank P.
Langton, Ashland j John T. Qulnn, Alalia
noy City ; Joseph Woll, Pottsvlllo ; Frod.
Krapp, Ashland j John Stanton, Shenan
doah. ICrapp's namo was subsequently
withdrawn In favor of Langton.
Woll was nominated on tho first ballot.
The vote was :
Tho result was an Incentive for com
plaint that "Pottsvlllo and tho Dutch aro
getting all" and Joseph Nichtorwas placed
in tho raca for Poor Director to make the
ticket as much Pottsvillo's as possible.
Thero woro seven candidates. Ebling led
on tho first ballot with 3,959 votes. Loin-
inger was sixth with but 320 votes.
Borgon was second In tho race with 1,554
votes and Nichtor third with 1,400. Ginley
and Kinney stood no show, having but
181 and 356 votes, respectively. Tbo
Germans woro tho people.
On tho second ballot Ebling was nomi
nated, ho eocurlng 3,721 votes. Nichtor
was second with 1,031.
Tho Germans appeared to t o satisfied
with what they had secured and wero in
different In regard to tho Jury Coramls-
sionorshlp, for which six mon woro named.
On the first ballot O'Donnell secured
3,490 votes. Jure. Toomoy, of Shonan
doab, was second with 1,517 and James
Smith, of Shenandoah, third with 1,487.
On the second ballot O'Donnell was
nominated, receiving 4,340 votes. Smith
bad bounded Into seoond plaoa with 1,176
votes and Xonmey was third with 018,
Democrats of Schuylkill the oyes of the
pooplo aro on you to-day. Chronicle,
Where aro they now ?
Tlioao in a position to know maintain
that Shenandoah delegation had boon seen
after tho close of the morning session.
Journal. So Shenandoah got tho boodlo
and the other towns tho offices.
Our Republican contemporaries havo a
hard time locating tho Chronicle on tbo
judgeship. Ono assorts that wo favored
Wadlinger and the other that wo wero for
Nash. Tho fact Is that we are for the man
that is nominated and ho will bo tho man
that will be elected too. Chronicle Thero
must have been a dense fog in tho county
for several days past,
DEUTSCHE DEMOORATEN I
Endlloh Haben Wir Elnon Slog
Endtich haben die Deutsehon in Schuyl
kill county oinen sieg in dor Democrat
ischen pirtei gewonnen.
Eln jahr nober das andoro habon wir fost
mit der DamocrAtlsohon imrtei irMtnniJnn
und besonders wenn it uns nothwendig
brauolilen, aber jodesraahl wurde unter
Vordienst mit Nioderlago bezihlt.
Nun slnd wir Doutscbo in Sehuvlklll
county an der Spilzo.
Wier kaempfton fuor unsero rechto und
wire haben gowonnen.
Liss dloses oino lection soin fuor don
Alio nominlrton des tickets sind
solido uod bravo ehr iche Damocratlscho
slimmer und slo worden 'oino irrosso mi.
joritaotin der Wahl beoommon.
Hurrah fuor don Deutsehon und siog.
Pithy, Pungent, Pleasing Points
Smith, Smith. Seems that wo'vo heard
that namo before
No Irish need annlv. Tako a f milnt nvor
tho Democratic ticket noralnatod yostor
day and tho reason is plain onough.
".Jim bmitb." of tho News, nn't n
sure on Sunday. He knows a groat deal
Tho abovo illustrates Jim Smith's posi
tion on the night of tho primaries "I'm
tho only man named for Jury Commis
sioner who will just fit in, no. mattor how
tho rest of tho ticket may stand."
Tho abovo illustrates his position aftor
tho convention yesterday.
WAar linger longer now, my dear?
I am no longer wanted hero.
They've taken us In with a terrible scoop
And Johnny Nush Is in the soup.
Will ye all bo there, when I murder Paddy
Willyenllbothfre, when the fun will begin,
Tho campaign will now commonco in
Somebody says Ex-Shoriff Matz's flno
hand was noticed in the Democratic con
Where was Decatur Nico when tho light
(Nash) went out?
Nichter, as usual, wasn't in It this year.
It will all come out now.
He had the cash,
Hut Wadlinger got tho votes.
And when he got thero
He had pleoly to spare,
Hut Hiunton was not "up to oats."
Chorus: I believe it, for my mother told
mo to, etc.
Ono would imagine that tho Ringtown
Agricultural Society is In a financial con
dition warranting tho oxpendituro of a
reasonable amount of money in printers'
ink to call attention to its fair, which is to
bo bold this woek; but it does not seem to
bo tho cise. It has had its printing done
by amateurs, and if tho fair does not ma
terialize to bettor advantage than its ad
yanco work it will bo poor indeed.
FOR THE SCHOOLS.
Second Hand Books at Half Price.
Have just purchased a largo invoice of
second hand school books, almost new,
which I will sell at halt prlco. A specialty
inhigh school books.
Also, 6,000 tablets, formerly sold at 15
cents, now 5 cents.
Come early before nil gone.
Max Reese, Agont.
The Now Photograph Gallery.
We are still with you, and intend to
stay, groatcr inducements being offered
every day. Call and got prices and seo
work. Wo do copying, enlarging In
crayon, oil and water colors. Have been
oxtremoly busy with an Increaso in trade.
Remember tho placo. Rosbon's gallery,
No. 29 W. Centre street. (Uoffman's old
A Kind Friend.
1 what they call tint Famous ltemedy, lied
flag OH, It qulctily cures Itheumatlsin,
NouraUla. C'utu, llruUos, Hums, Sores and all
pnln. it is good for mauorbeust. 35cnU.
At Klrllu'8 drug store.
Four tintypes for 25 cents, at Dabb's. tf
A special meeting of tho School Board
has been callod for to-morrow evening for
tbo purpose ot electing school teachers.
Waters' Weiss boor is tho best. John A"
Rollly solo agent. 5-5-tj
A Glorious Reoord.
Hlnee the Introduction of the Famous Pan-
xiuauouiiu ana uousutnpllon (Jure in tins
vicinity, the dealn rite Irnm Cnnsumntlnn
his decreased, wonderfully ; It uover falls to
bucci a cure, uau is me uesiuouirn ranaiciue
Try It, Trial bottles free al Klrlln's drug
BOTH MEN DEAD.
AN EXPLOSION OP GAS WITH
TWO POLISH MINERS DIB IN AGONY
Sonentional Charges Mado Against
tho Firo Boss of tho Oolllory.
Tho Ooronor to Mako tin
Tho Polish miners who woro burnod by
an explosion of gas in Packor No. 4 col
liery on Saturday aro dead. Their bodios
aro now at tho homes of tho widows on
Raspberry alloy in this town.
Tho men were Joseph Piper, aged 2G
yoars, and Anthony Mishkell, aged 40
years. Tho men woro brothers-in-law.
Mishkell leaves a widow and threo email
Children. Pipor is survived by a widow
and one child.
If tho story told by tho friends of tho
deceased is truo tho caso is a startling ono.
Deputy Coroner Brennan has summonod a
jury, but. has decided to devote a week to
investigating tho gravo cbargo and will not
hold tho inquest until next Tuosday oven
ing. Tho friends of tho deceased say that thoy
will show at tho inquest that on Saturday
morning, as Mishkoll and Piper wero on
their way along tho gangway to their
breast thoy mot tho fire boss, who told
them that ho had not examined thoir
place, but thoy could go into it.
Of courso the statements of thodecensod's
friends mu-t bo accepted with Bome allow
ance and judgment should bo hold until
tho Coroner completos his investigation.
II. W. Krauso, who formorly ran tho
restaurant at Lakeside (East Mahanoy
Junction,) is spending n fow days in town.
John Wadlingor, of Jlahanoy City, was
in town last evening.
W. J. Jcob3 and family aro spending
tho weok at Atlantic City.
'Squire Shoomakor and wifo left this
morning for Atlantic City, whoro thoy will
spend tho balance of tho week.
J. J. Coyle, Esq , of llahanoy City, was
a visitor to town this morning.
AVilliam Rosowalt and A. Womer wont
tn Now Jersoy yosterday, on a business
John Barnhardt spent yesterday after
noon at Girardvillo.
E. W. Wilde, tho musie teacher of town,
has a band in Haven Run and ono in
Wiggan's undor his instruction.
Miss Catherine Jamos, who spent the
past few weoks in Now York stato with
frionds, is homo ngaln.
Miss Marao Snyder, of Philadelphia,
left for hor homo yostorday.
Mrs. A. Wasloy and family, in company
with Miss Birdie Wasloy, who havo been
spending tho last week at Uloomsburg,
havo returned home.
P. J. Cleary spent yesterday in Ashland
on business in connection with his loathor
J. S. Townsond has gono to Atlantic City
to spond the balance af tho weok.
Ben. Sovorn, tho popular East Centro
street grocer, returned last night aftor
sponding sevoral days visiting Capo May,
Atlantic City, Long Branch and Conoy
Among tboso who took advantago of tho
last cheap excursion to Atlantic City this
morning wero Michaol Mollet and wife,
John Trezise, Carl Ooogan, Christ Baltzor
and James Grant wifo.
Jas. M. Duffy and Fred Acornloy, of
town, wont to Mnhanoy City on businoss
J. Sponco, of Coatesville, Pa., who Is
visiting rolativos at Krobs' station, was a
visitor to our lively town to-day.
Tom Williams, who has boon viewing
tho sights at Niagara Falls, is homo again.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Broughall woro
visitors at Reading yesterday.
Lost Crook Vanquished.
Tho Lost Creek baso ball aggregation
with their pot toam camo to town last Sit-
urday dotorminod to wrestlo a victory from
our strong O. P. C. club, but, as tho say
ing goes, they woro not in it. Our boys
wore in good trim and oaslly subduod tho
enthusiastio spirit ot tho visitors. Tho
garao commenced with Lost Crook's fa.
itious Griffin In the box. His world-ro-nowned
curvoi failed to work miracles and
the ball was banged to all parts of tbo
Hold. Scanlan, tbo O. P. 0. pitcher,
proved an enigma to tho visitors, who se
curod but ono hit from his delivery. In
tho third Inning, whon tho score stood 10
to 2 in favor of tho 0. P. 0. club, tho um
pire declared a runner out and tho Lost
Creek players kicked vigorously. Thoy
rofused to continue tho game and left tho
flalJ. It was ovidonl that they saw
heavy defeat staring thorn In tho face and
they took advantage of tho decision as i
loop-hole for escape from ultimate annl
hilatlon. The 0. P. 0. club Is ready for
Buy Keyttone flour. Bo careful that th.
name Lkssio & Co., Ashland. 1'a.i- ii
printed on ever? sack. 3-3-3t&w
Franoy and Ulrlch.
peclal to the Herald.
Abhland, Aug. 26. At tho Democratic?
Senato ial convention held horo this morn-
ng James J. Franoy, of Shenandoah, and
f. O Ulricb, of Tamaqua, wore elect d
delegates to tho constitutional convention.
Enterprise of a Sagacious Aus
trianImportant to "Womon.
Philadelphia has within its borders an in
dustry entiroly new iu this country. Its
coming from far off Austria was caused by
the McKinioy bill, and its promot-r,
Joseph Vollath, of Vienna, onco an oiHror
in tho Emperor's army. Is confldout thai his
i ntorprlso will bo cordially treated.
No longer will fashionablo dames.
portly clorgymen and high art docoratora
havo to look to foroign hnds for told,
i-llyorand boad cmbroldorud drosses and
bonnets, tho finost vestments and fancy
work of film and gauze. Tho reason is
that Mr. Vollath, who for years eujoyod
the favor of Austria's royal family, Spain's
Queen and the dignitaries of tho conti
nent, has associated himsolf with John
Wadlinger, woll-known in Central Penn
sylvania bs an independont coal operator,
in tho manufacture of art and machine
To mako their finery tho most dolicato
machinery had to bo importod. A part has
alroady arrived and is now in oporation at
tho firm's establishment, 8023 and 3025
Orknoy street. Sixtcon moro ombroidery
and laco machines aro now on tho way.
Tho work turned out will bo embroidory in
gold and silver bullion, beads, pearls,
chonillos, silk cord and braid, and tabliers,
garnitures, gold and silver tricot trim
mings bridal veils, vestments, brussols laco
curtains, all kinds of delicate church goods.
dags, aprons, veiling and the like.
Tho machinory mod cannot bo dupli
cated in this country Bnd tho accessories of
manufacture, excepting silk, aro all im
ported. Mr. Vollath did a thriving trado
in his country in the manufacture of vest
ments for Roman Catholic clergymen in
tbo United States, but their original cost,
with tho sixty por cent, duty put upon
them by tho now tariff, mado it a profita
ble investment to rcmovo tho seat of manu
facture hero, where tboy can bo turned out
from 15 to 25 per cent. loss.
A littlo over eight months ago tho enter
prising Austrian camo over. Tho businoss.
has been well capitalized and tho manu
facture of samples for tho trade is now un
der way. Tho delay In getting goods in o
tho market has been caused by tho necessity
of instructing hands in tho work. It is of
that delicato sort that none but women's,
deft fingers can handle, and It givos
promise of a now Cold of profitnblo labor
for them, Already sixty learnors havo
been advertised for, soveral of the original
hands being now sufficiently export to in
struct. For tho wealthy ocioty bollo, to whom
dollars aro as cents to ordinary mortals, tho
now enlorpriso opons up a world of dolight
ful society vision. Think of a skirt laden
with gold und silver and sparkling gems.
Theso in exclusive dosigns, such as no rival
can secure. Tho reason for this Is that Mr.
Vollath is his own designer and his ex
perienced pencil draws out tho richest
p tterns. They can be mado to order und
destroyed after uso. Where tbo benefits or
tho Ohio statesman's sagacity will ond it is
difficult to detormine.
A Democratic club was organizod at
Yalosvlllo last evening, CO members being
enrolled. Tho officers elected wero : Pres
ident, James J. Donlin; VJco President,
John J. Skayj Secretary, P. J. Wbalen;
Treasurer, M. J. Burko. The club meets
ovory Thursday ovening. Tho voters of
the patch aro wild over tho romlt of yes
THE OHISAT I'KKNCH I'lII LOSOI'IIKIE
Said, "Ths man who discovers a euro for tho
Buperdamnable pains of pout and rheumatism la
greater than any metaphysician." Tho Brazilian
Indians havo done moru in the Cactua IllrxNl
Cure, since it lays the axe at the root of all dis
eases, by simply purifying tho blood, neutralizing
me poisons or scroiuia aim siiecinc disease. ko
lulnerttls. no failures, uo rivals.
Tho days aro decreasing very fast.
and Hoon they will only bo as loiig as
111 U HlllLE'.
JAItS, 3 Am, JA.11S,
JARS, JAltS, JAH9
JAHS, JAHS,' JAESu
JA.11S, JAHS, JARS,
Wo got somo on Monday and
can supply you all, nt
No 122 North Jardin streal