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VOL. VI.--NO. 177.
SHENANDOAH. PA., Rill DAY, AUGUST 28. 1891.
THE SURE ROAD TO OPULEKOE LIES KKEE-DEEP THROUGI-I PRINTER'S INK
"AMERICA FOB AMERICANS."
Sir. Oweu, Coinruli stonier of Imtnl
uratlon. who framed tho present law
he was a member or tho present
Jmise, Bys: "We have already ex-
ided tho Chinese. Tho day Is com
ing when, perhaps, It will bo
a timely question whether some
other nation Bhall not be ex
cluded." This expression finds a
wide-spread echo of approval and Is
one of tho leading topics of the day
and promises to bo amoug the fore
most topics of the questions that will
receive the a'teution of Congress this
winter. Of course, we realize that It
is a subject that requires delicate
handling and the combined good Judg
ment of our wisest statesman, but it
is none too soon to agitate this subject
The future of this republic largely
depends upon the class of men we
admit to citizenship, and especially
immigration is eo largely on tho in
crease. Of late there haabeouavory
large percentage of very undesirable
ilmtuleranta allowed .to land on our
shores, and to colonlzo themselves inj
juorters which have already assumed
too much of a ioretgn character to
harmonize with our Ideas of American
No other country on the face of the
globe would permit this herding to
gether of Ignorant classes in this kind
of colonial settlement. This class of
people are of no value in tho country,
and, in fact, are a very dangerous
element in society. And we are
heavily taxed to keep up a police force
with which to keep them under control
and overawed. No amount of moral
sunslon serves auy good purpose with
this class of people when aroused by
some fanatical leader, and It is only
by a constant and ever present physi
cal force that they are kept in sub
jection. All these new social condi
tions of alien lite in America aro at
utter variance with the constitution of
the country, and our forefathers never
reamed that we of this generation
would ever have permitted this fair
OHHSr-OFS PER YD.
fora GOOD HOME MADE
RAG STAIR CARPET, taken out of
the loom to-day.
C. 3D. FRIOKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin Si, near Centre
OLD APPLE VINEGAR
strength of ordinary Vinegar and strictly pure .
WHOLE MIXED SPICES for Pickling.
OUR EAJSrCY SYRUP Al 10c
Is a strictly iure sugar syrtip, and equal In color, flavor
and body to any high-priced syrxip.
2fEW NO. 1
this season's catch, while and
dags our first Invoice of JSrew Fancy BLOATER MACK
EREL, extra large and fine.
Fresh Creamery and Dairy Butter.
Imported Maccaroni and Gelatine.
Fine Old Government Java Coffee,
One Car of MIDLINGS.
One Car of OLD TZMOIHX IT AX.
OAJS PAIR OE GOOD MULES a good team for farm
work. ' '
soil to be Bmlrched by these alien
hordes, who have gained an abiding
place in our great cities, and who aro
colonizing certain sections of our in
It is high time that wo awoke to the
threatening aspect of, our relations to
the low-class foreigner who has been
and is crowding in upon us. It Is a
matter of vital Importance to all who
claim to bo Americans, whether by
birth or by adoption in the true
meaning of tho word ami tho day
will surely como when we shall havo
serious trouble with this element, If
wo do not at onco set about correcting
this growing evil by prohibiting colon
ization of nationalities, Insisting upon
one language for all people who come
to our shores for permanent residence
and compelling them to abandon for
eign manners and customs and bo like
unto us In manners and speech. If
immigrants do not wish to conform to
our methods let them stay at homo.
We don't want any one here who
cannot Americanize himself.
"America for Americans'' moaus
America for not only Americans born
but for all those that are ablo and will
ing to become loyal citizens of tho Re
public, Such citizens we need and
areglmi to receive, whether thoy come
from GreatBrltian, Ireland, Germany,
Scandanlvia, Poland, Italy, Switzer
land, France, Spain or olsowhere, for
the other kind wo havonouse.aud thoy
ought, so far as that can bu done by
legislation, to be excluded.
REruiiMOAN committeemen should
scan the voting lists closely and
immediately, in order that no Re
publican voters may remain unreg
istered. Let tho delinquents be
hunted up. Thursday, September 3d,
Is tho last day.
In many localities, September 1st Is
moving day, and being so closo to the
3d, the last day for registration, many
voters fail to become assessed, not be
lug familiar with their new voting
places. Let all such be looked after
Tho Salvation Army of town will bold
an ico cream and poach festival in Franey'a
ball, Saturday evening; 20th Inst. Tickots
10 conU, entitling holder to plalo of cream
for Pickling. Tw ce the
at. Will receive in a few
A WIDOWS MITE-
TROUBLE OVER PROCEEDS
FROM A BENEFICIAL FUND.
PECULIAR POLISH PRACTICES.
A Representative "Who Did Not
Represent and Who Must
Make Restitution to tho
"Widow Under Arrest.
Roman STacynskl, a Russian Polo of
town, is in a box. A widow who has just
arrived from Russia Poland is prosecuting
Mm on one hand, and if ho does not make
restitution tho P. & R. C. & I. Co. will
protecuto him qn tho other.
On tho 23d of last February Joseph
Kolinkapicb, also known by tho names of
"Joo Ketz," "Josoph Koltz" and "Joe
Kolic," was so badly injured by a shot in
tho Indian Bidgo colliery he diod at tho
Minors' Hospital on March 4lh.
Lust May Yacynski employed S, G. M
Ilollopeter, E'q., to secure tho money due
from tho P. & R. O. & I. Co.'s beneficial
fund upon lvolinknpicli's death. Yacyn
eki produced sovoral papors of a private
character belonging; to tho docoaeed, among
them a certificate of marriage. Ho also
produced a letter dated March 14, 1891,
and purporting to bo an authorization to
him from Fransiska Kotinkapich, - of
Gawich, Kudu, Russia Poland, widow of
Joseph Kolinkapicb, to collect tho monoy
from tho P. & R. O. & I. Co.'s beneficial
fund, pay funoral expenses, etc., and for
ward tho balance to tho widow.
Upon tho strength of theso documents
Mr. Ilollopeter Eojured from tho P. & R.
0. & I. Co. the" sum of ?98 GO, which In
eluded tho. death boneflts duo the repre;on
talivos of. the deceasod for threo months,
Up to Juno 11th, and also a small balance
due for wages.
This week tho widow arrived in town.
A Polo who wont from this placu to Russia
Poland had informed her that sho was on
titlod to about 8350 from tho P. & R. C. &
I Co. upon tho death of her husband and
Yacynski had secured tho monoy Mrs
Kolinkapich at onco set sail for this coun1
try with monoy furnished by her father.
Arriving hero, tho widow sought Yacyn
ski and demanded a settlement. Shu was
off -red ?50, but declinod to accept it. Tho
widow then consulted Mr. Hollopetor and
when told of tho letter authorizing Yacyn
ski to collect the monoy for her sho donio J
all knowledgo of it and added that sho
bad noyer received a letter from Yacynski
and had nover written to him. Tho widow
tlfon appealed to 'Squlro Moneghan and ho
had Yacynski airostod on a churgo of lar
ceny as bailee and false pretense. The ac
cused lurnishod bail for a hearing on Sat
urday evening. Monnwhilo tho P.
& R. 0. & I. Co. got hold of
tho caso and yesterday District Supor-
Intondent Bradigan took Yacynski to
Pottsvillo, to appear beforo Pnyuiastor J
P. Jones. Tho result of tho conference
was of such a character that tho paymaster
wanted to havo Yacynski arrostod In Potts
ville, but it was finally concluded that, as
ho was already under arrest qn tho widow's
charges, ho should bo given his freedom
until Monday next. By that timo bo is to
pay back to the P. & R. 0. & I. Co. all tho
monoy ho caused to bo drawn from tho
beneficial fund and tho comptny will then
make a settlement with tho widow. It
Yacynski does not make restitution tho P.
& R. 0. & It Co. will prose'euto h m on
charges additional to those mado by tho
Superintendent Bradlgan says that
Yacynski told tho paymastor that had ho
eccured all tho money due from tho benefic
ial fund ho would havo bad a little raoro
than enough to purchase a farm in Russia
Poland that his father is bhxIoui to sell.
Ths widow also demands the return of
two watches, eorao cash and of or personal
property hor husband lolt.
This case is but ono of scores that ariso
fromtho complications precipitated by the
peculiar practices of the Polos and Huns in
tho ooal regions. Scores of.coios escape
publicity. If they woro all gleariod they
would mako an exceedingly interesting and
somowbat sensational volume.
Socrot Society Notes.
Shenandoah Oonimandsry, No. 11, Sons
of Amer.'ca, will drill this evening at tho
upper end of Main street, preparatory to
thu St. Clair parade on Labor Day.
R. II, Morgan, the regalia manufacturer
of town, visited Mahanoy City Wodn-sday
evening and caplurod an order for 100 fine
parade and funoral badges from tho St.
Mary's Polish Soeioty of th-.it place.
Columbia park will be abandonod naxt
September, as tho site will thereafter bo
usol as a dumping ground for tho Kohloy
Run colliery. Tho !at ovont to ba hold In
the park Is a plcnlo of the Columbia Gleo
Club, to be hold on Saturday, September
Buy Keystone flour. Be careful that the
name Lsssio & Co., Ashland, Pa.,
printed on ovory sack. 3-3-3taw
Pithy. Pungent. Ploaslnp; Points
V oil's n chestnut, so is George ;
How they stand it, we can't toll.
Should thoy ba olectd,
How happy they will be,
But they'll gi to McUinty,
At tho bottom of tho to.
McKinloy is marching through In tho
old conquering f.shlon In which Sherman
did tho act through Goorgia.
Ths Democrats are having a hot contest
ovor tho Spoakcnhlp of tho next Houso.
But thoy will stultify thomsolvos if thoy
fall to put tho strongost freo trader among
thorn Into tho chair.
The Republican tariff bill was designed
to stimulate Amorican Industries by chock
ing Imports from compoting countries, and
oncourago our own trade with thoso coun
tries whoso products do not competo with
ours. Is thta now lanll, which has now
been in forco loss than a yoar, fulfilling
expectation? Tho govornnont statomontof
foreign commorco just issued shows that wo
sold to other nations about $8 000,000 worth
more of our products In July, 1831, than in
July, 1890, and in tho samo period wo
Joio7i about S11,00),000 loss from othor
By tho appDintment of Proctor Vermont
gains a good Senator and tho United States
losos a good Secrotaty of War.
It is presumed that Mr. John Dalzell, of
Pittsburg, is imbued with tho idea that all
Pennsylvania is looking on and applaud
ing his determination to mako as much fuss
as possibloin the Republican League. But
ho is very much mistaken.
Tho Domocrats of Schuylkill failed to
nominato an Irishman for ono of tho loao
ing ofiieos. John Nash was defoatod for
Judge by George J. Wadlingnr, a German
Mr. Nash is to b.) congratulated on tho
narrow oscapo ho has made from entering n
canvass which would certainly injure him
very much. Tho Republicans ru-noml
natod Judgo Gronn, as was their duty, and
tho Democrats will holp to re-elect him, as
u their duty also. Tho voters aro not ready
to exohango Judgo Green for a lawyor
untried, Ilk Mr. Wadlmgor. Wilkes
Republicans, a word with you.
Do you know that you'vu got just ono
week to register, nnd that thoso of y.u who
have not done bo by Thursday, Septombor
3, will be disfranchised at tho coming okc
Don't wait till to-morrow, When to
morrow comes you'll forgot all about it and
boforo you aro nwaro your volo will bo
Tho county is closo this year. It hangs
in the balance, and for that reason every
Republican should fool it bis duly to reg
ister promptly. Make it your business to
look ovor tho list and if your name doosn't
appear thero, soo that it is put down. This
is a duty you cn'l delegate to any body
else. If you don't do it yourselves it won1
be dono, and tho party will suffer in con
Lodge Ro anion.
Llanoreb Yr Kwlg Lodge, No. 41, True
lvoritosof America, will entertain a num
ber of its friends at an ico cream festival in
its mooting room In Robbins' ball, corner
of Main and Oak street", this (b'riday)
ovening, at 7 o'clock. Thero will be
musical and literury programme. No
prico of admission will be charged. Mem
bers and their friends aro cordially invittd
to bo prosont.
Tho Now Photograph Gallery,
"H'o are still with you, and intend to
stay, greater inducements being offered
ovory day. Call and get prices and soo
work. Wo do copying, enlarging in
crayon, oil and wator colors, llavo boon
extremely busy with un incrcaso in trade.
Remouibor tho pluco, Rushon's galltry
No 20 "W. Centre streot. (H..ffamn's old
Stove Sobo, tho Hungarian of Buck
Mountain who was arretted and brought to
town on complaint of bis former house-
keeper, and whota cato was fully reported
in last night's Hkuald, bu lioen relcasod
from the lockup. Levi Refowich furnished
$00 bail for him.
FOR THE SOHOOLS.
Second Hand Books at Half Prioe,
Have just purchased a large Invoice of
second band icliool books, almost new,
whioh I will sell at halt price. A specialty
inhigb school books,
Also, 5,000 tablets, formerly sold at 15
cents, now 6 cents.
Gome early boforo all gono.
Max Ukksk, Agent.
O. A. R. Meeting.
All tho momberj of Waikin Witors
Post, No. 146, G. A. R., aro requested to bo
proeent at tho meeting of tho post to-night,
whon arrangements will bo mado for Grand
A Kind Friend.
h what they cull tu.it Fumoua Itemedy, tied
KlttL' Oil. It nulcklr cures llheumnllim.
Neuralgia, Cuts, liruue, Hums, Bores and all
pain. It Is good fi r man or beast, 23 cents.
Aijiuiura arug store.
POLE FOUND DEAD IN THE
E DIED WHILE AT HIS WORK.
His End Oamo "Whllo Ho "Was
Shoveling Ooal to a Loador.
His Body Was Found by
Anthony Dulsky, a Polish married man
33 yoars of age, was found dead In tho
minoi of tho Ellongowan colllory yeitor-
Dulsky was working In a broast of the
colllory nnd wa9 insido tho baitory, putting
coal to tho loadsr. His butty was nt tho
face of tho breast.
Aftor thoy had worked for somo time,
and just at a timo when tho work was most
ceded, tho butty noticod that Dulsky
had stoppod shoveling. Tho butty called
out to ascortain what was tho causo of do-
lay and, not rccoiving an answer, ho de
scended to tho battery and was horrified to
find Dulsky in asitting position, dead.
Tho body was removed to tho rosidonco
of tho family In tho First ward. Deputy
Coroner Bronnan will hold an inquest on
uosday ovening. Heart disea30 is sup
posed to havo boon tho cause of doath.
Dr. S. H. Brady, of Lost Crook, was I
Ex-Sheriff Matz, of Pottsvillo, was
iMtor to town last night.
Miuo Inspector Stein and son spent tho
day at Reading yesterday.
Lloyd Evaus, of Wilkes-B-irro, was in
town yostorday on businoss.
Tom Couriers attended tho hop given by
tho Violet Social Club, of Ashland( last
Savillo Crowther and son and M rs. W.
Wooley, of Philadelphia, aro tho guosts of
friends in town.
Rev. Win. Powlck roturnod homo last
oirotiing nnd will occupy the pulpit in tho
U E. church on Sunday as usual.
Wra. J. Morgan, who has boon spending
the past week in Philadelphia and tho sea-
shoro, roturned homo last ovoning.
Mrs. Solon "Wonders, of Lebanon, has
oinod her husband, who is operating tho
Roshon photngraph gallory in town.
Miss Iluttio Hess, quo of our illicient
corps of -kdioal tcachors, has roturned
homo from a visit to rolatlvoa in Nowurk,
Miss Lizzio Biuch, of Minorsvillo, and
Miss Sallio Williams, of Mt. Carmel, who
wore tho guests of friends In town, left
ye-terday for Minorsvillo.
S. G M. Ilollopeter, Esq., rcturnod lfist
night from Harrisburg, where ho nttonded
tho stato Prohibition convention. .Mr.
Ilollopeter was accompanied by his wlfo on
Detectivo Roads, of Renova, was in town
subpoenaing Thomas Connors and H. U.
B )wman to appoar in Sunbury next month
as witnesses against partios who havo beon
robbing Pennsylvania R. R. freight cars.
Tho Chronicle stooped to a dirty piece of
business in making tho comment on Major
John F. Finnoy that appeared in last
night's issue. Mr. 1'inney Is recuperating
at Atlantic City and the leave of absenco
ho is now enjoying is tho balance of n va
cation that was suddenly cut rtl by an
extra tush of work in tho Stato Treasurer's
otQco, at which timo Mr. Finnoy aid
others were suddenly cal'.od upon to woik
night and day. This explanation is mado
for tho boneflt of thoso who may bo mislod
by tho vicious and dospicablo attacks of tho
FATAL FALL OF OOAL.
Ono Hungarian Miner Klilod and
Two Hungarians, residents of the skating
rink settlement on South Main street, wr
victims of a fall of coal In a breast of tho
Suffolk oolliory to-day. Ono of them.
hn Mollasofski. received cuts on tho
head that caused almost instant death.
Tho other man was cut and bruited about
tho arms, legs and body, but his injuries
wiro not of a d&ngoruui charaolor. He
was taken to tho Minors' Hospital.
Arrostod for Poddling.
George Asid, one of thu Arabian paddlert
who have become so numerous In town,
was arrested and taken boforo 'Squire
Thomas, charged with violating the bor
ough ordinance that prohibits the vending
of morehsndiso in tho public streets. Ald
was lino 1 $39 and tho costs amounted to f.
no paia fai ana gavo Eocurity for tho
Four tintypes for 23 conts, at Dabb's. If
Funoy Bartlett pears, "5 cents por bsskot,
at Coslett's. 8-22-tf
CANNOT S15K THllO' A SIllVII.
Sancho Panza said it is a Ulnd diaii who cannot
toe Uirough o sieve They are blind, liuld, who
(all to recognize impure bloat m the origin of (he
Ills that flesh Is heir to. Health 13 not irascible
with Impure Hood. Cactus Wood Cure will uU
lively neutralize and carry off all bleod Klnons,
tone the syvtcui, strum; then the heart and restore
ITio Pmlili'iit Rtru To-night for Cnp
PnooTOlt, Vt, Aug. 28. President Har
rison spent nil the morning nt Secretary
Proctor'B lesldenco. At noon he went la
Hutlnnd by epeclnl train nnd held a pul
llo reception. After taking lunch with
President Clements of tho Rutland road,
lie returned to Proctor.
This ovenhiK thorn will be a reception
of n fteinl-publlc chnracter at Seoretnry
Tho President has mado a oliango In
his itinerary. It was nrrnnfrod orlglnnlly
that ho was to remain nt Proctor until
to-morrow morning. As bo is nnxlous
to get back to Cape May Point, however,
lie has decided that it would be better to
epend to-night on tho earn.
Accordingly, he has arranged to lenvo
Proctor at 11 o'clock to-night, nrrlvlnpj
in New York nt G:15 to-morrow morning'.
A uiossago was sent to Goorgo W.
Boyd of tho Pennsylvania Railroad, nsk
lug him to arrange tho transportation of
tho party from Jersey City to Capo May
Voiut to-morrow morning.
CRUELTY AT DANNEMORA.
A Comilllttrn ApimlfltfHl to Illrf'fltlgilt
tho Charges of Iiiluimun Trrntmeut.
Albany, N. Y., Aug. 28. Witli refer
ence to certain newspaper articles milking;
chargvs of cruel and Inhuman treatment
of prisoners confined in tho New York.
State prison nt Diuinemora by tho ngeut
nnd warden, keepers nnd othor persons
entrusted with enro nnd innnngement of
such prisoners, the Superintendent of
Stnto Prisons hns authorized an investi
gation nnd has appointed a committee to
The commlttco is composed of tho fol
lowing gentlemen: Oscar Crnlg, of Roches
tor, N. Y., the clinlrmnn of tho Stnto
Board of Charities; W. M. F. Round, ot
Now York city, tho secretary of the Prison
Association of tho Stnteof Now York, nnd
Lewis Balch, M. D., of Albany, secretary
of tho Stnto Board of Health.
This commlttco Is authorized to ex
amine nil persons, and will report to tho
superintendent. The first hearing will bo
held at Dniiuemorn Prison on September
S at 10 a. m.
A Woman Tolsons Herself uml Her lllo
PlilUADELWHA, Aug. 28. Lizzio WI1
son, 82 years of ago, living ut 1607 North
Front street, poisoned herself and her
illegitimate child early in tho morning.
The bnbo wns doad when the couple wero
found, but tho mother lingered for Sev
ern! hours before death ensued.
The woman boforo death mado a state
ment, in which sho said a man named
Knntz wns tho father of tho child, and
his persistent refusal to ninrry her caused
her to commit tho terriblo deed.
Tho wrongs of tho woman had so
proved ou her mind as to cause her to bo
come insauo. While in this condition
sho gave her babe ursenlo and then took
a dose herself. Knntz ba been arrested.
Cleveland Delegates MueceMful In Auhtirnr
N. V., In Klght Out of Ten AVariln.
Auduhn, N. Y., Aug. 28. Tito hottost
Democratic caucuses over seen in this city
wero held Inst night and resulted in an
overwhelming defeat for Warden Dura
ton, tho Hill leader. Cleveland delegates
wero ulectod In 8 out of 10 wards and tho
other two aro contested. The Clevolnnds
havo a majority of tho delegates in both
districts, but contests uro expected which
may result In rows nt tho convention.
In the -lth Ward caucus n riot occurred
and the front of tho store in which the
caucus wns held was broken out, tho
chairman having been thrown bodily
General Longstroet IIi Not Attend,
Laconia. N. H., Aug. 27. Gen. James
Longstreot, who was expected to nttend
the encampment or tno ow Hampshire
veterans nt Wlors, this week, has not yets
appeared, owing, it is said, to certain
newspaper articles tending to arouse pre
judice against the Confederate general.
Resolutions woro ndoptod by tho veterans
condemning tho tendency to revive un
pleasant memories, and cordiully inviting
General I-ongstrtet to visit the encamp
ment of 1802.
Al rested for l'olsonlng Cattle.
NewauK, N. Y., Aug. 28. Fred
Wilier anil wlfo nnd their son Chnrles
wero nrrosted boro charged with thu
poisoning of tho herd of Holstein cattlo
belonging to C. W. Stuart soma weeks
eiace, 18 of which died. They were hold
in ball to appear for examination. Tho
nrrest caused much oxcitoment in the vll
lage. There wa. a reward of 1,000 for
the arret of the guilty parties.
You avo lo .king
for a pieco of
good butt or
Send tho child
ren to us,nnd
depend on golting
tho best. We al
ways httvo it at
No. 122 Norii. Jardin St,-o ot