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SHENANDOAH. PA.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1891.
"My Son, Deal "With Men "Who Advertise. You will Never Lose by It. "--Benjamin Fimiklin
VOL. VI.--HO. 278.
The Evening Herald.
ALL THE NEWS FOIl ONK CUNT.
Has a lareer circulation In Bhenandoah than
any other paper published, Circu
lation books open w an.
A WORD TO REPUBLICANS.
The hope of the party lies in the
expansion of a stalwart Republican
press. The Republican who reads or
otherwise helps to support a Demo
cratic journal to the exclusion of one
of his own party newspapers is untrue
to the Republican cause.
Unanimously subscribed to by the
Natlonnl Republican League.
J. S. Clakkson, President.
A. B. Humphrey, Secretary.
New York, Nov. 10, 1891.
No Herald to-morrow.
Remember the poor to-morrow.
Merry Christmas to nil our readers.
Many happy reunions tc morrow.
The "grip" will put a veto on the
festivities in many families to-morrow,
The days will now grow in length.
The shortest day, the 21st ult., is
From present appearances there
will be no white ChrlBtinM. If the
old "saw" prevails, there will be a fat
Younq man, observe to-morrow as it
should be observed. Don't get drunk
And disgrace not only yourself but
your family and friends.
Diphtheria prevails to a great ex
tent throughout the whole county,
and one cannot be too careful in visit
ing families where the disease Is.
It looks as If the wings of tho
white angel of peace wouldn't flop
over the Democratic majority in Con
gress this winter. There are indica-
I . . r, f n ... r. I C 1. ; .. . 1 1 t .
uuunui u ivuut uaiuiuu y lllltb UUUUa
J0 good for the party, and before the
session is old, it would not be at nil
$A T A FOR A CARPET
J r 1 B Sweeper. Others
, , ) 1 for $3.00, and veiy
tiuJJ good ones for $3.60
Buy one for your wlio for a Christmas
present. Wo also h ave a lino line of
Ruga and Carpets nt
C. D. FBICEE'S CARPET STORE
Honest Goods at Fair
In the line of Good Goods we invite your attention to
another lot of Neo Country Lard, strictly pure
Our BAKING MOLASSES, 2 qts. for 2Sc, is strictly
Neio Orleans,not mixed foodsand the best toe can buy.
Our JTIJSlE Q.ABLE SYItUJP, at XOo a quart, is bright
color, fine flavor, pure sugar not mixed ivltJi glu
cose or com syrup.
"What's in a Name !
"Wliypaya Fncy Price tor n particular brand of Flour,
when a trial will convince you that you can buy AS GOOD
an article for a LOWER. PUICB ? Try a sample saclc ot
our FANCY MINNESOTA PATENT FLOUR, and lie con
vlnccd tlint you can save money. "We guarantee It to be
coital to tlic highest priced Flour In tlic marlcct.
Our RIVERSIDE BUCKWHEAT FLOUR Is a choice
Our-Old-Tuue CORN MEAL Is made of new corn-KIlii-drlcdnud
Try our Olcl-Time GRAHAM FLOUR.
Try "NORTH-WESTERN DAISY" Flour.
Will arrive In a few days, a Car
surprising to see a Mills faction and a
Crisp faction, each trying for the
mastery. It will be an opportunity
for Ex-Speaker Reed to enjoy an occa
sional little run of fan with his old
enemies, and it will be Btrange,lndeed,
if he don't take advantage of It.
Next year no portion of the liquor
licenses, which amounts to 52,000,000,
will go to the state. Tlio entire
amount, under the amendment of the
last Legislature, will be distributed
among the cities, boroughs and town
ships. It would be the proper thing
to use the portion coming to this bor
ough for street paving.
Doe. 2G. Madden and Lowrey cntortaln
ment at Ferguson's thoatro for tho bonofit
of Adam Mort.
Jan. 1. 20th annual euppor of thoWolsh
Baptist church In tho P. M. church hall.
Jan. 19. Supper and bazar in the
Primitive) Methodist school room.
Post Offloo Notice.
To-morrow, Christmas, the post office
will bo opon until 11 o'clock a. m. Tho
carriers will mako tho 0 o'clock ft. m.
collection and 7 and 10 o'clock a. m.
deliveries and collections. Brownsville,
Yatosyille, Ellongowan and Turkoy Bun
will bo served with tho 7 a. m. dolivory.
Monoy orders and postal notosliwlll not bo
issuod or paid,
lO Cents Per Pound.
Tho finest French mixtures, perfectly
puro, 10 cents per pound, at Max Boeso's.
Tho finest and best chocolate creams,
cbeapor than eUowhoro.
Handsome stock of lamps with tho most
delicately hand-painted bisquo and china
shades, at Holderman's. 11-28-tf
Tho remains of James Cosgrovo woro in
terrod in tho Annunciation cemetery this
morning. Tho attondanco was largo. Post
146, Or. A. B,, of which the decoasod was a
mouiber, turned out In a body.
Holderman's jowoly store, on tho direct
cornor of Main and Lloyd Btreets, isamin
iature world's fair with its myriad of holi
day attractions. Air. Uolderman is doing
business on a rock-bottom basis and pur
chasers can get the boat valuos at what
ever sum they wish to expend. 12-M-tf
Do not forget that tho fair of tho Fhconix
Firo Company will bo closed by a grand
ball In Bobbins' opera house on Christmas
night. Come and have a morry Christmas
and dance. 12-22-3t
Great bargains in watches, clocks, jew
elry, diamonds, novelties and silverwaro pt
Oscar Yost's, 102 North Main St. 12-22 tf
Fanoy rings of all. descriptions at Hol
GOODS Never do at ANY PRICE.
Load of SALT, Coarse and Fine.
HAVE Y01IG0T IT ?
CONSIDER YOURSELF LUCKY
IF YOU HAVEN'T.
THE GRIP HAS A GOOD HOLD.
All tho Doctors aro Kept Busy.
They Say Ten Por Cent, of
tho Pooplo Aro Down
The sick" list grows longor with each day
nd hundreds of our town peopl arc
sulToring moro or loss from that dreaded
disoaso known as tho grip. A Herald
reporter visited sovoral of tho physicians ol
town yostorday with a viow to ascertaining
to what extent tho disoaso has Bpread.
Most of tho physicians visitod wero found
to havo quito a list of casos and nn cstimato
that ton por cont. of tho people are victims
was considered by them as fair. Two of
tho physicians thought tho estimato would
go a little hlghor, but all agreed that tho
disoaso is not as bad and tho numbor of
pooplo afllicted aro not as numerous as
thrco years ago. Ono physician visitod
thirty-throo patients yesterday. Uo said
that in somo of tho casos tho grip Boomed to
bo developing into pneumonia. Anothor
physician said that tho recklessness oi
somo peoplo was aggravating thoir com
plaints. Ho condomnod taking swoats bo-
cuuso people aro too liable to go out into
tho cold Immediately a ft or and oxposo
themsolvos to pneumonia. Tho samo
physician condemned tho uso of qulnino,
whilo another rocomnionded quinine and
whiskey In tho strongest terms. In this
connection a recent intorvlow with an
ominont I'tmadolpma specialist may
make interesting roading. Dr. Carl Seller
said : "I have found that specifics for its
euro aro ten grains of benzoato of soda
every hour in acuto casos, a tablespoonful
of some heart tonic and absolute rest,
Neither of tho two will act, all must bo
"It may closely resomblo typhoid fever,
pneumonia, diphtheria, dyspopsU, spinal
monlngltis, Inflammation of tho brain,
measles and various skin diseases. None of
tbo symptoms yield to the ordinary treat
ment for tho afflictions named, but disap
pear with tho ueo of my specific. Tho
memory is affected. The slightest effort,
mental or physical, produces prosplratlon
Tho mucous mombrano throughout tho
body is relaxed. In many cases there is
inflammation of tho optic norvo, causing
particularly a narrowness in tho fiold of
vision. Dr. T. II. Fenton, who has made
a study of that fcaturo, says it is duo to im
perfect circulation at the baso of tho brain.
Ho has found small doses of hyoscyamine,
say ono two-hundredth ot a grain, a
"There is a peculiar inertia, and sul-
ferors coraplainihat they do not fool awako
until nearly timo to go to retire Pneu
monia, so frequently said to bo the cause of
do&th, Is not roal inflammation oi tho
lungs, but a choking of tho air tubes, duo
to tho swolling of tho mucous membrane,
Tho diseaso Is not self-limited that is, doos
not get well if let alono or erroneously
treatod. It closely rosemblos what is com
monly called malaria. In its chronic form
havo known It to produco Insanity, par
alysls and dealh from heart failuro. Such
drugs as antlpyrino, antifobrino, phonaco
tlno and othor derivatives of coal tar, and
particularly quinino, should bo avoided, as
they effect tho heart, decrease tho comfort
of tho sufferor and prolong tho duration ol
It Should bo in Every House.
J. II. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharpsburg,
Fa., says bo will not bo without Dr. King's
Now Discoyory for Consumption, Cough3
and Colds, that it cured his wife who was
threatened with Pneumonia after an at
tack of "La Grippe," when various other
romedies und Bovoral physicians had dono
hor no good, llobert Barber, of Cooks
port, Pa., claims Dr. King's New DiS'
covery has dono him more good than any
thing ho over used for Lung Trouble.
Nothing llko it. Try it. Proa trial bottles
at C. H. Uagenbuch's Drug Storo. Largo
bottles, 60c. and $1.
An unusual numbor of articles for holi
day presents, superior in quality and sur
passed by none In tho county for style and
execution, can bo had at Holdorman's
jewelry store, direct on the cornor of Main
and Lloyd streets. 12-11-tf
Seats on Sulo.
The chart for the sale of reserved seats
for the grand Ivorito oiBtoddfod to bo hold
In Ferguson's thoatro on Christmas Day Is
now opon at Kirlln's drug store. All
desiring seats should apply early aa thoy
aro going last.
We got them this morning. The are
plump, juicy, sweet and cheap. In fact, so
cheap it will surprise you. We mean the
Florida Oranges, such as we sold last sea
ten. At GRAFS.
See Bronnan and Gibson In an exhibition
of the manly art at Ferguson's theatre
Saturday evening, December 26th.
Whoro to Buy Barealns to bo
We call attontion to tho readers of the
Herald to thoso who advertiso In it.
Call on them when in want of any goodf
n thoir lino. Prices aro as low and, It
many instancos, lower than In tho cltios.
At -ill evonts, patr.'niz homo morchanU
and you will bn happy.
lor nico jewolry, watches, clocks, fancy
article!, spectacles, etc., oxamlno Oscar
Yost's fino display. Uo can pleaso the
for canned goods, fino groceries, raisins,
currants, flour, biscuits, &c, I). 11 Sovorn,
corner of Centre and Whilo streo'.s, is the
placo you aro looking for.
Iho finest coals, dry goods, fancy goods,
olc, J. J. Prico thkcHho lead and his store
Is froquentod by our best people. Buy
something useful and substantial for holi
Tho finest grades of flour, California
dried fruits, groceries, carpots, oil cloths,
Sec, at Koitor's, cornor Main and Lloyd
Thomas, tho grocor on West Coal strcot.
is tho placo for poultry, alive or dressod,
and for fruits and groceries of all kinds.
For holiday liquors go to John A. lteilly.
Graf, tho onergetic grocor of North Jar-
din Blroet, is preparod to furnish you with
anything in tho grocory lino. His goods
aro always fresb.
For a nice cooking stovo or a heater, or
anything usoful in tho tinwaro lino, go to
It. A. D&"onport, South Jardin street. He
can please you.
John H. Evans, tho popular siloonist, is
prepared to give you good choor for the
holidays. His wine list is tho best in tho
town. Giro him a call.
Duncan & Woidloy, in Ferguson's bloct.
havo a very fino stock of fancy and useful
goods tho pick of tho markets. Call early.
You don't have to pay millionaire price)
for goods in tho jewolry lino at E. B.
Brumm's, Egan's building, East Contre
strcot. Examlno his stock and prices.
M. Mellet's stock of dolls Is the largost,
finest and cheapest in the county. His
stock oi other goods is also largo and fina
Thoso fino hand-paintod goods, In Mc
Carthy's window, tho work of Miss Virgio
Hollopotor, aro worthy ot inspection and
for suitable presents.
In these grip times Shaplra's drug storo
is overrun with custom. Outside of drugs.
he has a fino display of fancy goods.
And don't forget Mix Kooso. Ho has a
fino stock this season.
Nothing is moro suitable for a present
than a photograph of yourself sent to your
friends. Koagey, of West Coal stroot, is
Tho "Original Bargain Storo" i3 the
placo for the greatest bargains in tho
county. You will miss it if you don't call.
For cheap shoes go to Goldman's, cornor
Centro and Market streets. Money saved
For fine furniture, pianos, organs, sewing
machines, etc., Williams & Son, South
Main street, Is tho placo you aro looking
for. Tho largest and finest slock In tho
Morgan's Bazar is tho chief attraction in
town, and no wondor. Thoro is tho placo to
find what you aro looking for.
Dabb, tho photographor on North White
street, is busy now turning out fino pictures
If you must drink boor, and want a keg
or two for tho holidays, order from O. D
Kaior, Mahanoy City, or from his agont in
town. Tbey say his boor is tho best.
Scanlan, tho hatter, has somo fine head
wear, gontlomon's furnishing goods, otc,
llis place is on South Main street. Glvo
him a call.
For harness or anything in tho lino of
saddlery, call on Goo. Robinson, on West
A nice carpet or a rug, from the cstab
lishmont of O. D. Fricko, South Jardin
street, would bo a most acceptable present,
Coslott, tho Main Btrcot green grocer
can serve you with anytblngneedod for a
UurchilPs Cafe, corner Main and Coal
streets, is whoro you can bo accommodated
with a squaro meal, hot or cold.
E. J. Davles, the llvory man, has Borne
fino teams to hlro out, and bo is prepared to
do your hauling.
The Ferguson Uouso rostaurant Is tho
popular place just now.
Good Christmas cheer at Week's, South
Main street, Jones' old stand.
Cholco moats, sausages, otc, at Boslor's
North Main stroot.
For insurance, fire or life, go to David
Faust, South Jardin stroot.
Cardon, tho painter and paper banger,
will do work in his lino in n choap and
most satisfactory manner.
A. J. Gallagher, Justice of the Peace,
can Insuro your lifo or property, or soil you
Bomo good real estate
For custom mado boots or shoos, for
mending, &c, go to W. S. Snyder, cornor
Coal and Jardin itreots.
Shoemakers can find all supplios in tbei
line at P. J, Cloary's, Ferguson Uouso
For tho best gold and silver rimmed
spectacles go to Oscar Yost, 102 North
Main stroot. Eyes testod free of charge.
Satisfaction guaranteed. 12-22-tf
Best photographs and crayons at Dabb'
GLEANINGS BY THE LOCAL
CORPS OP REPORTERS.
WHAT THE SCRIBES SEE AND HEAR
. Drivor Kiolrocl by a Mulo Pre
parations for Christmas Ser
vices In tho Ohurohss Post
Whilo at work in tho Indian llldgo
mlnos.yostorday, William Epton, a driver,
was kicked on tho loft shouldor by a mulo.
Whilo tho kick did not break any bonos,
it has disabled tho arm and Epton will
avo to nurso it for soveral days.
Body of an Unknown Man at tho
Tho remains of un unknown man aro
awaiting indentiflcation at tho Miners'
Hospital, Fountain Springs. On Tuesday
tho man was at Ponn Haven Junction.
Ho told a Lhigh Valloy railroad employe
thoro that ho was making his way to Shon
andoah to atlond tho funeral of his brother.
About 7 o'clock in tho ovoning of that day
tho man was struck by a coal tiain ongino
n tho Quakake Valloy as ho was walking
on tho Lohigh Valloy tracks. Ho was
ent to tho Minors' Hospital and died within
an hour after his admission, without having
regained consciousness. Thoro woro no
papers or anything olso on tho body of tho
man to give a cluo to his identity. Tho
hospital authorities havo requostod tho Lo
high Valloy peoplo to mako inquiries.
Children of tho Sunday Sohools
Will bo Happy.
In the Presbyterian church to-morrow
evening there will bo an ontortainmont and
a distribution of proson'i and candy and
fruit among tho children of tho Sundoy
school. A cordial invitation to bo Dresont
is extended to tho public.
A spocial Christmas eorvico will bo hold
to-morrow at All Saints' Episcopal church,
Oak St., near Main, at 10:30 a. m. Full
morning prayer will bo said, lollowod by a
sormon and colobrallon of tho Holy Com
munion. Tho following Is tho programmo
of the special music:
I'rocssslonal, II mil ID, Adesto Fldeles
Venl ) vivuv.
To Ileum. Laudamus jucksou.
juuimie ueo ... Juan Alzeuiou
iuuoii. iiymnzi uy. Hmart.
Kyrie Eleisou French Ijiluy
Oforla Tlbl l'Axtmi.
llymu H ; Hymnal, Holy Voices ). J. Ucr,
uucriury, "ueuoiti, I bring j ou good tidings.,
Kjom nuniou iiymn iiouge,
Lfiiuiii iu uxi'i'ihn iiio cnuni
llecekslonal. Hymn 17 JlendeltsoUn
HarK ino ueraiu angels hiub."
All seats ut this church aro frco, and
everybody is cordially welcomed at any of
tho services. Sunday 6ohool Ourstmas
festival Monday ovoning, 28th inst., at 7
There will bo a Cbristmas morning
proyor mooting at tho Methodist EpifCopa
church at C o'clock to-morrow morning
All aro invited.
Dolls I Dolls I Dolls I
Largest and host assortment in town,
Kid body and drossod dolls 25 conts. Toys
of all descriptions. All tho latest games,
puzzles, picturo and story books. Bisquo
figures, chinawaro, otc. Handsome plusli
proscnts for Christmas. At Uollet's,
East Centro street.
On account of tho cornor stono laying of
tho Grook Catholio church at Mahanoy
City, Sunday noxt, 27th inst., tho Beading
railroad will run a special train at reduco
rates of faro. Train will loavo hero at 0:20
a. m. returning loavo Mahanoy City at -1:80
p. m. Tickots good going and roturning
on special or regular trains.
No Papor To-morrow.
With this issuo tho Herald extends to
its patrons tho compliments of tho season.
No papor will be lssur-d to-morrow as tho
"typos" want to bo with tho pooplo In tho
observance of Cbriitmas, Our patrons nro
rospoctfully requestoJ to forward to us all
accounts of parties and other local happen
ings during Christmas for our Saturday
Ileward. M'o will pay n reward of ono
thouutud dollars for any certlncate published
hy us regarding Dr. Hull's Coiuh byrup not
A. O, Meyer & Co., Baltlmcre, Md.
An Old Superintendent Dead.
John Uowells dlod yesterday at his bomo
in Parsons. Tho decoasod was for soveral
yoars suporinlendont of tho P. & It. O. &
I. Co.'s Gllborton colliory and was widely
known In this soctlon of tho region.
A1 exchanee states that the male wrnn doei
not stlut'. He lore Investigating tho truth of
uiiHusseniou, we wouia aavise our reaaers,
to lecure a bottle of Halvallou Oil. Hold by
Harry Jevons ami wuo, of South Jart'In
street, nro both down with the grip.
ii. wieuortiold will upend his Chriitmm
with hi wife's parents nt Horwick.
John Cathor, Sr.. has so far rrKwnrid
that ho was enabled to visit friends in Phll
phia. Mr. John It. .Jone. ol North Jardin
street, Is oonflned to her bod by an attack
Jacob Shano hai roturnsd from Norfolk.
Vireinla, to spond tho holidays with his
Mr. Koberts, of Now's restaurant, has
boon suffering from tho grip for soveral
William Dolowry, of Market alloy. Is
one of the grip victims who aro confined to
Mrs. Thomas Powiek, of Wilmington.
Dl., will Bpond tho holidays in town with
her son, Kev. AVilliam Powick,
Joseph M. Boyor and Jamos Sampsol loft
town last night for Providonco. It. I..
whoro they will spond tho holidays.
Hon. M. P. Fowlor, with his usual gon-
orosity, did not forgot bis frionds awny
from homo. Ho sont them thoir usual
Mrs. J. It. Boyer, of East Coal street, to
day rccoivod n spicial dolivory lottor in
forming her that hor father and mother
and family aro down vfith tho grip at their
homo in Port Carbon and that fivo chil
dren of hor sister aro afllicted with diph-
thoria, ono of whom Is dying. Tho mother,
too, is not well.
Buoklon's Arnica Salvo.
Tho Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fover
Soros, Tettor, Chappod Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively euros Pllos, or no payment required.
It is guaranteed to givo porfect satisfaction,
or monoy rofunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For salo by O. H. Uagonbuoh.
All kinds of candies, 20 cents per lb., at
Duncan & Waidloy's. 12-5-t
Mooro Is a Bigamist.
Anothor bigamist has beon landed in jaih
Thomas Mooro, of Park Place, who for
merly resided at Shamokin und has a wifo
and soveral children residing thoro, and
Miss Mary Horrigan, of Bowman's patch,
woro woddod in town last Saturday. Tha
second Mrs. Moore learned of her mlstako
two days aftor hor marriago and at onco
had Mooro arraigned boforo 'Squiro Coyle,
of Mahanoy City, on thochargo of bigamy.
Mooro wa9 placed bohind the bars yester
day morning. Tho woman is a daughter
of tho minor named Horrigan, who WH3
drowned in Park Placo colliory about threo
weeks ago. Mooro's first wifo was Sarah,
Dirk and sho was marriod to him three
All claims not consistent with the high
character ef Syrup of Figs nro purposely
avoidod by the Cat. Fig Syrup Company.
It acts gently on tho kidneys, liver and
bowols, cleansing tho system effectually,
but it is not a cure-all and makes no pro-
tontions that every bottlo will not substan
tiate. "Y" Programmo.
Tho following will bo the programmo at
tho "Y" meeting on Saturday evening:
Prayer and ulble lesson.
Hlnclngby the choir.
Clirltir5K stories. Mlnscs Edith Morgan nnd
Lever nud Master Joseph Jones.
Quartette, Missed Carrie Hmltli nnd ISclla
jsrown ima Messrs, joun rrico ana A. v.
"How I spent Ohrlstmas,
Kusse-lt and Itnlrd.
"livening Crank," J. '1 . Lawsonj
All aro cordially invltod to attend
The largost nud flnost stock of watches.
Jowely and silverwaro in town at Holder-
man's, cornor Main and Lloyd streets, tf
Gold and silvor watches, In endless
variety, suitable for holiday prcsontt, at
Oscar Yost's 102 N. Main St 13-M-tf
Hurrah for tho Holidays I
Right now wo aro ready for business
with an immense assortment of Christmas
gilts In watches, jowolry, silvorwaro, jnusio
books, gold and silver-headod canes um
brellas, otc, otc. E. II. Bbumm.
Candelabras and candlesticks, and
fancy bric-a-brac of all kinds, at Holder
They are the
load of them