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VOL. VI.--NO. 23S.
SHEKANDOAIL PA.. SATURDAY. DVEMHEK 7. 1891.
"My Son, Deal "With. Men Wlio Advertise. Ton' wi Never Lose by It. "--Benjamin Franklin
The Evening Herald.
AIjTj the news foh one cent.
Ilaa a larger circulation In Shenandoah than
any other paper published. Circu
lation book "pen to all.
Ohio won't be Mlchlguudized tbla
year. The Legislature is Republican
by n safe majority.
The Republicans bavo New York
Legislature by a safe majority, which
Is Indeed gratifying.
' Kansas will be all right next year.
No furtber trouble can be expected
from the People's party.
TowA Ib n Republican elate and can
bo counted upon next year for either
Harrison, Blaine or McICIuley.
New York Democrats will attempt
to steal the Legislature and the Re
publicans are on the alert to prevent
Notwithstanding the gerrytnan-
derlu Michigan it Is doubtful if the
Jternocrats will succeed in their plan
stealing part of electoral vote ne::t
Massachusetts elects a Democratic
Governor, and that is all. The rest of
the ofllcera and the Legislature is Re
publican. Not much of a Democratic
victory after all.
It is more than probable that Eng
lish and German intrigues nre at the
bottom of tho Chilean business. Both
tuose countries are strong rivals of
ours for South American trade, and
are doing everything possible to an
tagonlze our Interests there, and In
vite enmity against us. They were
much disturbed by the Pan-American
Congress, which they were helpless to
prevent, and are doubtless taking this
opportunity to get back at us. Eng
lish merchants have long had a con
trolling influence In Chilean com
merce, and the Germans are exceed-
VWfcV UUAlUUa LU IIKL 11 1UULI1I1II1 IIIHTH.
They will make common cause to
oust us, and then fight out the posses-
CENTS PER YARD FOE
a good home-made rgcorpot.
It is ono of those pxtra heavy
carpels, madpof the best yam
and clean rags. Finest line of Velvet
Brussel and Ingrain Carpets In Shen
C. D. FRICKE'S CARPET STORE.
we claim: that there are
NO BETTER GOODS !
. Choice Creamery Butter
Jbancy Bloater Mackerel, Large and Fine. Netv No. 1
Mackerel White and Fat. . New Clean Currants JBree
from dirt and stems. Best Mince Meat made oj best
materials, line Table Syrup strictly pure , goods.
Neta Orleans Baking Molasses. Chipped Beef.
Another lot of R1TFRSIBE BVCKWBFAT FLOUR
and OLD TIME GRAHAM ILOUTt Fresh Grotmd.
Also another car of Best Patent MINNESOTA FLOUR.
Equal to anything in the marJtet.
Wheal trlvcs satisfaction.
Oil Clotlis arc selling
prices. X wu yiirut wiuc iruui
the trade between them
Jonathan Wright, Esq., of Potts
vlUo, the- Vlotim.
At midnight last night a building
rottsvillo occupied by Jonathan Wright,
Esq., a well known and aged lawyer ol
that town, was discovered on flro.
noighbor burrlod into the house and found
the old lawyer in a sheet of flamo at tbo
foot of a stairway. Tha flro was extln'
gutshed and'tho victim was romoved to
piaco where, he could receive medical at
tendance. Mr. Wright is 73 years of age
and ho H so badly .burnod bo cannot r.
covor. Uo fell down stairs while carrying
a lighted coal oil lamp in his hatids.
Now Shoo Store.
L. Goldman has just purchasod a large
stock of boots and shoos at a bankrupt sal
at Bethlehem. Theso goods wdl bo sold
cheaper than tho manufacturer can afford ti
make them. The opening will take place
baturday, November 7th, in Raring.
ton's building, on East Oentro stroet and
Markot alloy. Look at the sign of the
To reach tho store there aro a few slops to
climb, but it will pay you to climb them.
Squaro dealing to all.
Bo sure to bo on timo at tho grand open
ing of tho Star Shoe Store, Shenandoah
Pa. L. Goldman, Manager.
In our report of the entortainmont of
MhJ. Jennings Council, Jr. O. U. A. SI.
tho singing of a solo entitled "Omnio
lllossoms" by Miss Sarah Baugh was un
Iutontionally omitted. Th young lady
acquittod herself croditably, as did also
Miss Uertlo Hanger as "Virtuo" in ono of
tho tableaux. In the tabloau "Equality,
Justlco and Education," Miss Jennio
Williams presented a beautiful picture as
"Justice," not moving a muscle during the
entire tableau. Miss Ruth Williams ond
Kate Eisenhower presented a flno appear
ance as "Equality," with Miss Edith Mor
gan as "Education."
Buy Keyalone flour. Bo caroful that the
name Lessio & Co., Ashland, Fa., it
printed on evorv sack. 3-3-3taw
A horse owned by George Folmorran
away yesterday morning and demolished
tho valuable buggy to which it was hitched.
Tho horee started from the corner of Main
and Lloyd streets and was not stopped un
til it reached tho cast end of Centre street.
Fortunately no ono was injured.
WILLIAMS.-On tho 6th Inst., at
Shenandoah, Pa., Martha, daughter of
Theophilus and Eliza Williams, agod 2
years and 2 months. Funeral will take
place on Sunday, 8th Inst., at 2 p. m., from
the family rcsidenco, 130 North Main
stroet. Interment in tho Odd Follows'
cemetery. Relatives and friends respect
fully invited to attond. 11 7-It
Four tintypes for 25 cents, at Dabb's. tf
Jhresh every other day
freely. Nice p.utterns. All
GLEANINGS BT THH LOOAL
CORPS OF REPORTERS.
WHAT THE SGRIBES SEE AND HEAR
Whero Those Who Are So DIs
posed May Attond Dlvlno
Worship To-mprrow Other
All Saints' Episcopal church, O.tk street.
near jiain, ttev. ioyd J.- West, rector.
Services as follows! Morning prayor and
many wth reading and sermon, 10.30,
livening prayor and sermon, C;S0. Sunday
scnooi at a p. in. Tho rector officiates and
preacnes at mo morning service on the
second and fourth Sundays of, each month
and at the ovening sorvico on tho Brl nri
third, a lay reader officiating in his absence
M. K. church. Kev. Wm.Powick. imslnr.
oorvlcoa to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. and 0:30
p. m. Preaching in the morning bv the
Kov. Itobt. E. Johnson and in thn nvunlni.
by the pastor. Subject: "Tho Imoortat t
work of tho Sunday School TonchnrJ
Sunday school at 2 p. m., to bo followod by
.uuewiiK ui wie rjnwortn
Lioaguo. jrayor mooting at 0 D. m. anil
on Thursday ovoning at 7:30. All are in.
vited. Suats free.
Ebenezor Evangelical church. IW Tr
J. Click. Pastor. Knrvlraw Rnmt.t. .,l
10 a. in. in Gorman, and 0:30 p. m. in
English. Sunday school at 1:30
All aro heartily invited to attond.
English Baptist church, South Jardin
stroet. Kov. II, G. Jamo. nastor. PrnuM,
ing at 10:30 a. m. and 0:30 p. m. Subject
for morning : Tho Teachings of thn Trnn..
figuration. Evening subiect : IIu
Life Liko tho Fading Leaf, (a sermon oo.
casioned by tho doatb of the lato John
Whomsloy). Sabbath school at 2 n. m
Deacon John Bunn, superintendent. On
Monday evening at 7:30 tho B V. 1 ,
Union will meet. On w-J.osaay ovoning
at7o'clockn gonpp"' prayer meeting.
in qn j' C,,Uroh- rronchlno. .t
10:30 a. m. and r;oo , m by lloT, y
McNally, the pastor. Attuning subject:
The White-robed Multitudo." iSveoinir
subject: "Elijah's visjoa on Horob and
What It Teaches." Society of Christian
Endoavor will meet on Tuesday evening.
Prayer moeting on Thursday evening at
7:30 o'clock. All aro cordially invited.
P. M. church, corner of Jardin and Oak
streets. Services Sunday at 10:30 a. m.
and 0:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 2 p. m.
Young Peoples' Christian Endeavor at C
m. overy Sabbath. Classos meet Tues
day and Wednesday ovonings at 7 o'clock
and Sunday at 9:30 a. m. General prayer
meeting Thursday at 7:20 p. m. II, G.
Preaching in tho Trinity Koformed
church to-morrow morning and ovening by
tho pastor, Kov. Robert O'Boylo. Every
Welsh Baptist church, corner West and
Oak streets. Rev. D. I. Evans, pastor.
Services Sunday at 10 a. m. in Welsh
and 0 p. m. in English. Sunday school at
p. m. Prayor meeting on Monday ovon-
ng, at 7 o'clock. Class moeting on Thurs-
ay evening, at 7 o'clock,
Welsh Congregational church. Services
on Sunday at 10a. m. and 0 p. m. Preach
ing by Kev, Owen Enoch, . of Wales.
Welsh in the morning and English in the
evening, Sunday school at 2 p. m.
A fine stock of guns and nmunition for
sale cheap at Mai Reese's. 10-24-tf
Look at These &krgalns.
J. Coffee, having just returned from
Now York City with an entirely new stock
of boots and shoos, is now prepared to of.
ier tho citizons of Shenandoah greater
bargains in this lino than over before. Ho
is ottering theso goods at such low pneos
that competitors cannot compote with.
Bring your boys and girls and get a pair
of double-soled tip shoos at CO cents, worth
elasw.here $1 00 He is selling men's doublo-
solod leather boots for $1.75, and tho best
rubber boots for $2 25. Romembor that
the place to securo theso bargains is at
Coffee's Bargain Store, post office building,
corner Main and Oak streets. 11 6 9t
A folder illustrating tho several buildings
to be erected for tho Columbian exposition
to be held at Chicago in 1803 baa been
issued by the Chicago, St. Paul & Kansas
City Railway Company. The illustrations
aro artistic gems. A copy of tho loldor
can bo obtained freo of charge upon appli
cation to W. P. Cooley, 60 South Third
Buoltlen's Arnica Salve.
Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Foyer
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and ail Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no paymont required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfoct satisfaction,
or money Refunded. Price 23 cents per
box. For sale by O. II. Hagonbuch,
With the tOth century dawned the era of
wonders. It tins also proven an era of sur
prises for notwithstanding Its giant guides
toward knowledge, we are told that there are
still In some places a few citizens who have
uot heard of Salvation Oil, i
Miss Olive L is spending a few days
with Port Carbfrisnds.
Mes.rs. O O.iwlsand W. F. Richard
son, ol MabancCity, were in town yes
terday. Oscar Yost, o North Main street
jeweler, went nit hunting yesterday and
rnturnod with ce a number of tha floot
John Bobbin Cburlos Kadzowlcz and
John L. Uatsleiturncd from the southern
part of tho cou' last nigbt, loaded down
' We wore trod to an agroeablo surprito
by the appears) in our otQco, yesterday
of our old Iriei"Jack" McCarthy,nf the.
Uazioton Semel. "Jack" is looking
well and is :y onthusiastio over the
future prospocbf lluzleton since the city
charter was adtod,
M. S. Klftgs t town on Thursday for
Chicago, whiTto will spond a fow days
on business anolcusuro. Mrs. Riggs ae
companlod horlsband as far as Pittsburg,
where she will emain a lew days, the
guostof Mr. Rs' brother, who is man
agor for the Pitburg Boot Co.
Burton Soapavei, now of this town,
returnod to Cornghum, Luzorno county
his former ros'once,' on Wednesday, ox-
pocting to stay short timo with his grand
parents, Mr. ai Mrs. Culp. lie mot with
an accidont tout four woeks ago, h:s
horses runnidg.way. Uo now carrios bis
right arm, wlnl was brokon at two placi
by being tbrwn violontly out of tbo
wagon, in a sllg.
PronouncodHopoleas, Yot Saved
From a lette written by Mrs. Ada E,
Uurd, of Orotn. S. D., wo quoto: "Was
taken with a bd cold, which settled on
my Lungs, cogh set in and finally termi
nated in Coneimption. Four doctors gavo
mo up.sayingl could live but a short timo,
I gayo mysolfup to my Saviour, doter
mined if I coild not stay with my friends
on earth, I wiuld moot my absont ones
above. My hisband was advised to get
Dr. King's Nsw Discovery lor Consump'
tluu, Coughs tnd Colds. I gayo it a trial
took in all, e'ght bottles: it has cured me,
and thank God I am now a well and hearty
SSP?n." Trial bottles freo at C. H. Ua-
KD""U-" " . . . en.
Stationary packages, 6 and 10 cents each
at Max Iteeio's. tf
Go to one ol the numerous churchos
town to-morrow. All aro invited.
ci ice woainor wo are experiencing now,
It must be part of Indian summer.
It is a wondir there aro not moro run
aways in town, through tho carelossness ot
drivers in leaving their horses standing
untied in the streets.
This is tho last day for the Florida ex
position In town. If you havo not yet
visitod the car, do so before it loavos. It is
located at tho Cherry stroot crossing of tho
Lobigh Yalloy Railroad.
Got tho Genuine.
If you sutler with lame back, especially
in morning, Allcck!s Plasters aro a sure
If you cannot sleep, try an Allcock
Plaster, well up between the shouldor
blades often relievos sometimes euros.
Try this beforo you rosort to opiates.
If any of your muscles aro lame Joints
stifi feel as if they want oiling or if you
suffer with any local pains or aches, theso
plasters will euro you.
If you use them once you will realizo
why so many plasters havo boon made In
imitation of them. Like all good thipgs,
they aro copiod as closely as tho law allocs.
Don't, be duped by taking an imitation
when it as easy to get tho genuine '
If you always insist upon having All-
cock't Porus Plasters and never accopt a
substitute, you wfll not bo disappointed. 3t
Florida on Wheels, corner Main and
Cherry streets, Nov, 5, C and 7.
To Winter In tho South.
J. G. Uutton is in town again, alter
spending several days in Tallapoosa,
Georgia. Mr. JIutton is enthusiastic ovor
that piaco and its prospects, lie eays it is a
fast growing city and oyerything written
.about it is truo, and that pooplo who are
interested In tbo place, among whom aro a
number of our townsmon, need havo no
fear for thoir investments. Mr. Iluttoh
oxpocts to return to Tallapoosa shortly and
will remain there all wintor. lie will bo
pleased to furnish any information desired
concerning the place.
Gratifying to All.
Tbo nigh position attained and tbo uni
versal acceptanco and approval of tbo
pleasant liquid fruit romody.Syrupof Figs,
as tbo most oxcellent laxativo known, il
lustrate tho value of tho qualities on which
Its success is based and aro abundantly
gratifying to tho California Fig Sprup Co.
A lino stock.of guns and amunition for
sale cheap at Max Reese's, 10-21-tf
advises tils patients that suOer with Coughs
and Cold, to Ufo Pan-Tina t'nueh nnrl f:m.
amnplion Cure. 2S and 60 cents. Trial bottles
ireo ai jiirilns drug store.
Florida on Wheels, Nov. 6, 0 and 7,
corner Main and Cherry streets,
THOUGHTS OF THIS AND THAT
HEMES TERSELY TABULATED.
Tho Tattlo of tho Tattlors Tlmoly
Taken and Told Typosrapically
In a Tasteful and Tempt
While thol injurios sustainod by Max
Keeso yester .ay by falling down astai rwnj
in bis bouso weio not ot a ciang'-rous,
character, they wero, by no means.tnlliiig,
and Max will bo confined to his home for
several days. Max's latest joke was sprung
on election day. In tho afternoon his store
was crowded as ho entered and exclaimed,
with well-loigned indignation, ' it's a
shame. It's onough to niako ono tirod of
"What's tho mattor, Max?" asked ono
of the loungers.
"Matter T All matter. I just went to the
polls with my citizen papers, tax receipt
and all, and thoy wouldn't let mo voto."
"Why?" oxciaimed another lounger
who seemed about to become indignant
over the situation.
"Jiecause 1 voted this morning," an-
swerod Max as ho took a cigar from one of
. -"Mad. "Gontlttmnn flntwMn
the markot. Try 'em it jou'vo got the
I see tbo S'ntwa people aro Indulging In
a little advertising for themselves. The
idoa is a good one. Evon printers bavo
much to gain by advertising. Tbo greatest
trouble the S'news will havo will be to
bold what tho advertising may bring it.
Tbe life of that paper (the owners have, the
impudence to Call it a family papor) in tho
average family is ono Sunday. It is tho
Police Qaietleot tbe coal region and out
side of patch palavering it is worthless.
Hazloton is alroady experiencing a boom
in consequenco of tho .adoption of a city
charter. New lifo has been instituted into
tho poople and a half dozen projects for
tho city's good are already under way.
The saloon keopors, alone, aro disgruntled
over tho progrotsive step tho town has
taken and they havo boycotted tbo news
papers. But it is an ill wind that blows no
body any good and in duo timo tho news
papers will be more willing to have tho
boycott continued than tbo boycottors will
be to sustain it. Boycotting bas never
thrivod in this country and never will.
But speaking of Uazeton adopting a
city charter, brings a blush of chagrin to
our face. The Ukuald oponod tho dia
cusslon of city charter advantages years
ago, but tho pooplo failed "to catch on.
Some Pottsyille pooplo wero moro far
seeing and got tbo question far enougb ad
vanced fur a voto, but tbo mnjority was
against the adoption of a charter. Sha
mokln also tried and failed and Shenan
doah followed both places into tho soup.
Now Uazioton is o city and wo well, that
is some of us, are a group of sbort-slghtod
sluggard.. Buccess to Uazioton and may
the scales fall from tho oyea of. our peo?lo
"Bob" Hagenbuch is painting tbo town
(letter boxes) red end P, J. takes prido in
tho fact that whon the L. V. R. R. Co's
corps of paintors ccmpletos its work tbo
exterior color of tbo depot will match his
Boon time, for prevention la better than
cure. All coughs and colds, throstt auditing
aileollons are cured bv L)r. Bull's L'uuuu
A Morohant Holper.
Tho Griffith combination cutter and
printer is tbo latest merchant holper on the
market. It keeps wrapping papor clean
and prevents wasto, and as it is unrolled
your business card is printod on tbo shoot
required for uso. For convenience,
economy and advertising it Is certainly up
to date. Messrs. Walbridge & Richard
son, of Mahanoy City, havo secured tho
agenoy for Pennsylvania und New Jorsoy.
Charles Butcbill Is now located at corner
of Main and Coal streets, Shonandoah.
Regular meals, at popular pricos, sorvod
any timo. Ladies' dining and refreshment
rooms attached. O-M-tf
POST OFFICE ROBBED.
Safe- Blowers Par a Visit to IG&
Yesterday morning burglars gained an
entrance to tbe poH ullicu by prying the
frontdoon. Tho deed was likely commit
ted between two and four o'ebek, and
whilo the interior was illuminated by elec
tric light. Ilavios secured admitton to
tha main room it wai an easy matter to
force tho door, leading to the business
apartmKnls. Ilora the smb was blown
open and tho contents taken. A diminu
tive bole had bson drilled into tbo combi
nation and powder used. When Postmas
ter Stoeker antrfd thi building about six
a. m. the room m filled with smoke, tho
doori Bating been securely closed after
the burglars were admittod. The exit wa
made by way of tho rear door. About
J2()0 In cash and probably $25 in stamps
wer taken. No clue to the perpetrator
has yet been discovered. Two I'olishmon
-ore arrested just os they wero boarding a
Lehigh train and taken boforo 'Squlro
Amour. They acted rather suspiciously.
An examination was mado but nothing of
any consequence elicited. They wero dis
missed ai.d the officers aro out on another
h jnt. Apostoffico Inspector has mado aw
examination ot thn state of aflalrs,
'.'Florida on Wheels."
Tho large, handsomely constructed par
lor car that has occupied tho Cherry street
crossing of tho Lihigb Valley railroad tbe
past two d8 and which is known as
Florida on Wheols," has boen filled day
and ovening by visitors anxious to view
tho objects attractively arranged in tbo
car. Tho vehicle is so arranged that it
forms an excellent miniature of "tho land
of llowors," with its immenso fruits and
plants. Samples'of all tho products of
Flurida are exhibited and a visit to tho car
should bo mado by alt our townspeople
who can spare tho timo. In half an hour
ono can learn as much of Florida as can be
learnod by weeks of study and tho price of
admission is but 10 cents. School teachers,
clergymen and other professional pooplo
should certainly find tho exhibition inter
esting. Robbed tho "Gossoon"ora.
During the perlormance of "Tbe Gos-
fuuu" t IlKZltaOn.-Tburodaynifiht, tbieVOS
entered tho dressing rooms ot. tho com
pany. Joseph A. Dally, who plays Dandy
Darragh, claims to have lost two rings
valued at f500 and ?3 in cash. Uugh J.
Warde, who plays llody Dugan, says" ho
lost $3 75. The Uazleton Sentinel says:
"The opera houso directors havo nevor
heard any complaints before but they will
not let tbo mattor drop no mattor what it
cos's nor who may bo implicated in tbo
Muelo at tho Fair.
Woll, well j thero was moro fun at that
pie eating match at tho Phcenix Flro
Company's fair last night tlmn ono could
find in a hundred minstrel shows. Musio
night to-night. Big orchestra.
A Funeral Sormon.
Tho funeral Bermon of the lato John
Whomsloy will bo preached to-morrow
ovoning at tho English Baptist church, by
tho pastor, Rev. U. G. James, and tha
singing will bo in koeping with tho sad
Kov. II. E.Sutherland, tho local preacher
of Uazioton, who was accused of sending
libellous and obsceno litora uro through
the U. S. mails and convicted, bas boon
sentoncod to pay a fine of fGOO. Tha
sontonco was mado as light as possible in
view of tho litigation having cost tho ac
cused about $7,000 in addition to tho flno.
Child's Foot Orushod.
Whilo at play, tho two-year-old daughter
of S. W. Yost, of North Jardin stroot,
pullod the marble top from a small tablo
and it fell upon ono of tho child's foot.
The Injury may caueo tho loss of somo of
Keos Tasker is now giving bis ontira
attention to Maple Hill colliery.
Daniel Brennan, of Girardville, bas
become insido foreman of Sullolk colliery.
Best work done at Brennan's steam
laundry. Everything wbite and spotless.
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar
anteed. WANT A FISH ?
For Breakfast ?
Wo havo 'em.
White and fat.
Bright and sweet.
No oil. ' No rust. -Jib,
Slbllb, li lb, 1J lb,
No. 122 North Jardin Str