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SHENANDOAH. PA.. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1S91. ONE CENT. PHE SURE EOAD TO OPULENCE LIES KNEE-DEEP THROUGH PRINTER'S INK 1 tepublican State Ticket. AUVIIOK OZlSnttALi liU. BAV1D MoMUItTlUE QBEQQ STATE TllCASVltlilli hunlcs-nt-T.nrge to the Constitutional Convcntlont Ii. BIIIELDS, I8AIA1I C. WEAR, WjE I 601IAFFEB, JIEHMAN KREAMER I 0013 W. HALL, M . L. KAUFFJIAN, FRANK REEDKK, H. M. EDWARDS, fenfjj. St'CORMICK, GEO. S. SCHMIDT, mm?, i'omekoy, gyrus elder, JOHN CESSNA, JOHN S. LAM11IK, RvMBB. HOOERS, JAMES Ii. BROWN, TERRENCE V. I'OWDERLY. County Ticket. vffdaeHbn. D. Ji. Green. LflJ'tO (J iJ&miif.M .j. ....... Vur.v Commissioner Moj. William Clark. &Sor Director George lleffner. 'Unexpired Term Harry H. McGlnnis '. 'Constitutional Convention Delegates. 1 ROBERT ALLISON, Port Carbon. S. BURD EDWARDS, Pottsville. J. II. POMEROY, Shenandoah. JOHN J. COYLE, Mahanoy City. MAGNIFICENT ARGUMENT. u his address to the people of Pom eroy, Ohio, Major McKInley was able to make use of an argument that went home with telling effect. A large rolling mill was erected In Pom- leroy several years ago, but for a long time previous to last October it had stood idle and empty. When the McKInley law went into effect It brought an Immediate In dustrial uwahenlug to the town. The rolling mill was promptly set to work and it Is now running night and day mnnufuctuilng cotton ties. It employs 800 workmeu at good wages wuere Hone were employed before, and It fui- nishes the means of comfortable sup port to 1,200 or 1,600 persons. With such an example of the effect of the McKIu'ey law, it would be s' range indeed if the citizens of Pom- oroy did not vote overwhelmingly to sustain it and to elect its gallant thor to the Governorship of Ohio. OIEJJSra'S PER YD. for a GOOD HOME-MADE tAG STAIR CARPET, taken out of ithe loom to-day. O. ID. PRICKE'S ' firpet Store, 10 Soulh Jardln St, near Centre Carpets and Oil Cloths. Our stocltof JbLOOR OIL CLOTH for the fall trade is noiv complete. 30 DIFFERENT PA1TERNS to select from in all widths, qualities and prices. LINOLEUM. Two yards wide, from $1.00 per yard up. OAEPETS. NEW FALL STILES in VELVET, BODY and TAFES1RJ? BRUSSELS, HANDSOME PATTERNS. INGRAIN AND RAO CARPETS, 'A large Assortment New Styles All Prices. Don't forget our five year old pure Apple Vinegar, and Mixed Spices jor Ftckllng. NEW MACKEREL. Just received FANCY BLOATER MACKEREL, ex- J.ra large, white and fat. AT KEITER'S. And what the present tariff has done for Pomeroy In building up a new In dustry It has done for scores of other towns all over the United Btates. -AT. Y. Prtss. The turn In the gold tldo has al ready commenced. The millions that a few months ago were going to Europe from this country are already return ing to buy our wheat and corn. The first Installment of ?G50,000 Is on Its way and others will follow, uutil all that was sent abroad, and more, too, will bo returned to the United Statrs. England, Germany, France, Russia and other nations want grain and we have It to spare. It is grain for gold, "a fair exchange and no robbery." General Gregg should receive a rousing vote In this county, as he well deserves It. Ho will, too, for the num ber of Democrats who intend support ing him are legion. The few enemies he has are in rather a bad predicament for want of an argument to use against him. The only thing that can be said is that he voted for Hancock, and the more this fact is commented upon !the the more votes he Is likely to receive from the Democrats, and It can do but little harm among the Republicans. Reading Dally World, (Dem.) Rascality is not confined to Re publicans alotie, as the Democrats would try to make it appear. Dem ocrats sell themselves to the devil just as cheaply as Republicans. It took only ?5 to bribe ouo of Treasurer Wright's deputies lu Philadelphia, No wonder the Democrats are con stantly warning their peoplo about the purchase of Democrats. They They sell themselves so very cheap, Here is another: Frank Chaves, Democratic Sheriff of SantaFe county, N. M., is short 534,000. Work Speaks for Itself. With a steady increase In trade our work Is giving entire satisfaction and wo guar antoe it wo do as wo say. All persons hold tag our advertising tickets will please bring tbom along at the time of sotting, Wo will give you exactly what the tickets call for. Remombor the place, Roshon's gallery, 29 W. Centre streot, Hoffman's old stand. 9-4-tf Indians on the war opera house. Monday Admission 10 conts. path at Bobbins' night, Sept. 7th. BOROBGHJUDGET SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE M. E. OHUROH YESTERDAY. A GOOD SERMON ON "MANLINESS " Rov. Powlok Treats tho Subject in an Intelligent and Interest ing Mannor Boforo a Largo Congregation. The subject of last night's sermon at the Methodist Episcopal church was "ManlU no's." The toxt was taken from I Kings ii-2 : "Shew thyself a man." There is as much nosd for manliness among us as there was when David thus admonished his son, Solomon. David's nation needed a wise and strong administration In order to wold his conqueroJ foas into a compact nation. Wo neod a similar administration of public affairs in order to assitnitato our hcterogo neous population. A .largo proportion of our population is un-American In their tastes and unchristian in their principles and are a monaco to our civilization, Thoro is a spirit of lawlessness in our midst which defies the restraints of God and man. The rascality of trusted public servants that ex hibits itself so frequently argues a de fa uichery of conscience in political circles that calls aloud lor rigorous manly treat ment. The people aro at heart not indif ferent to these things. There is plenty of moral sentiment. Tho difficulty Is it is latent slumbering. There is enough of moral principle in all the political parties to revolutionize thorn, but its voice is not heard. It is stiflod by corrupt loaders It is so mean spirited that it suffers itself to bo trampled upon. Thoro is a good deal of religion In tho world that needs a liberal infusion of manliness In order to make it good for something. Thoro is no contradic tion between manliness and godliness. A religion that doosn't touch tho environments of a man's political and social life and make tbom bettor for tho contact is worth less. Be a man but give the other fellow a cnanco to do a man too. Do your own thinking but give other people a chance to do tho same. Why should a man bo como my foo if I chooso to disagree with him in politics? I have as good a right to opposo hi in as bo has to oppose mo. Why should law-breakers becomo enemies be. causothey aro brought to justico? Have not wo as much right to enforce tho'laws as tbov have to violate tbom? If rumsollers and ball players defy tho moral sentiment of acommunity, why should wo respect their foelings? Many a slave to drink wants to make a man of himself, but a lot of un manly fellows will not let him. Daro to espouse tho night. Stand on this rock, You may be bombarded with pop-guns putty bullots and rotten oggs may lie around, but you will have the satisfaction of seeing time-servers who wobbio around hero and there in guest of public sontlmont, wobbling around at length to your sido aDd clasping bands In acknowledgement that you were a seer and thumsolves were fools. It is a well known fact that Pan-Tina Cough and Consumption Cure has cured Con sumption, Coughs and Colds when all else failed. 25 and 60 cents. Trial bottles free at Klrllu's drug store. Sea the big Indian show at Bobbins' opora house, Monday night, Sept. 7th. Admission 10 cents. 9-3-tf Applies to Snenandoah. A euper-.-ensitivo critic complains because a Norristown pupor tells of a man who purchased an "eating restaurant" there, But that's all right. Our towns aro so overflooded with so-called restaurants that exist for drinking purposes only that when a real "eating restaurant" crops out it is quite desirable to eay so. In like mannor it would bo well to have some distinctive prefix for certain of the Betblebems' hotels. Though we have any quantity of hotel licensos, it is safe to say that bah of tho places furnish no sleeping accommodations whatever. Saloon koopers tako out a res taurateur's or hotel man's llcenso merely because it gives them greater privileges, not because they havo any intontlon of keeping a restaurant. If wo talked about "oatlng restaurants" or "lodging hotels" a littlo mora we might be moro readily un derstood. Bethlehem Times, Oysters. Oysters aro in season. Go to Schooner's. Families supplied, Parlors for ladles. 9-4-tf Indian Excitement at Bobbins' opera house, Monday night, Spt. 7. Admission 10 cents. 9-3-tf Four tintypes for 23 conts, at Dabb's. tf R. L. Oummook. R. Ij. Cummock, formerly of town, and who was in the jewelry business with Felix Strouse, dlod at Nyack, N. Y., on Satur day. Ho was teventy-oight years old, was born In Scotland and leavos eleven chil dren, all in good positions In this country. One son is a profossar in tho Northwestern University and another Is a lawyer in Now York. Fanoy Delaware poaches received daily at Coslett'i. 8-21-tf POLITICAL. Tho Commissioners will fill tho vacancy on tbo Poor Board to-morrow. Th his Anpnnh nt TTrhnnn riMn Mutni. McKlnlav said : "No Wlnm-ln In 1. . - ...v.u..... .u .v Islation to enable a man to get money, ox ccpt in tho old fashioned way of earning it by honost labor, and tho man who 'toadies any other gospel Is a falsa tcachor." Thoro is a groat doal of sound economic truth packod into that one sentonce, and tho peoplo who are infatuated with the vagaries of Pofferistn would do well to ponder it carefully. The Republican factions In Berks county have como togethor and will work as ono party for tho success of Gregg, Morrison and the whole ticket. Now let that littlo difficulty in Delaware county bo fixed up. Tho Knights of Labor propose to rosont the Democracy's snub to Powderly in re fusing to nominate him fordolegato at largo to the constitutional convention. Chairman Watres, of tho Republican party will givo consideration to a sugges tion that the glaring misstatements of tho Democratic platform be answerod in a vigorous address from Republican hoad quartors. Tho SNews thinks it is going to bo a still hunt. Tho Commissioners will appoint a Re publican to fill tha vacancy causod by Poor Diroctor Kane's death. For a big town liko Shenandoah politics is unusually quiet. "dacK," and not "Jim" Smith, now writos for tho SXcios. Secretary Finney, of the Republican County Committeo, is a very sick man. Grand Army Day. Mt. Carmel will bo in its glory on Wed nesday. Should tho weather prove favorable tho crowd will be immenso. Arrangomenls havo boon mado to feed tho great multitude. Commander Buyer, of Uarrisburg, and his staff will be present. l'ost 140, of town, will ba accompanied bp tho Grant Band, of 30 pieces, and many citizens. Schuylkill county will bo well repre sented. Thero is littlo talk a3 to whore tho noxt Grand Army Day will bo colobratod. Special trains will bo run on both tho F. & R. and L. V. Railroads. Sbamokin will turn out en masse. The town will be beautifully decorated. Concert Eaoh Evening. Willie Kendrick, tbo pbonomonal cor nettst of the U. B; Marino Band, is home on a vacation and will play at his parents' homo, tho Kondrick Rouse, oach evening, rendering some of tho most difficult and popular solos of tho day, accompanied by the Kendrick orchestra. Change of pro, gramme each evening. 9-3-15 A Oold Day. "A Cold Day" will bo tho first attraction at tho theatro next Tuesday night. Many changes havo boon mado in tho interior o tbo theatre and will no doubt bo appro, elated. "A Cold Day" has croatod groat laughter tor six seasons, and this season surpasses all others. Many new specialties are introduced, and tho music is from the rocent operatic successes, The company is a capable one, and includes Porkins D, Fisher, Andy Amann, John Duvey, Goo, Mitchell, W. L. Denniaon, Carlotta whoso dancing Is of the sensational kind, Jos ephine Amann and Edith Barton. Fancy Bartlett pears, 75 cents por basket, at Coslelt's. 8-22-tf Second hand school books sold at Max Reese's. bought and tf Damage Repaired. It is stated at tbo general offices of tho Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Com pany that the washout at Denver on tho R adlng and Columbia Division, caused by tho storms of last week, has been thor oughly repaired and all trains aro now running regularly on all portions of the Reading system, Important. Do you want a good stable, suitable for livory purposes, in a good location. If so, apply to John J, Bobbins, 130 North Main ttroet, or at tho Herald office. 9-5-lw Wators' Weiss boor Is tho best. John A Reilly solo agent. 6-6-tj Notlco. Tba Shenandoah Malo Troupe will meet in tbo Watson IIouso to-morrow, (Tuosday evening), 6th Inst, at 8 o'clock, Committee. A Safe Investment. Is one which Is guaranteed to bring you sat lsCactory results, or In cose of failure a return or purchase price. On this tare plan you can buy Iromonr advertised Druggist a bottle ot Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It Is guaranteed to bring relief In every cute, when used for uuy ulfectlon of Throat, Lungs or cnest, such us Consumption, Inflamma tion of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whoop, fng Cough, Croup, no., eta. It Is plrasant and agreeable to tasto, perfectly safe, and can al wuys be depended upon. Trial bottles tree at U. II. Ilageubucb a Drug Store. At the Same Price. All persons holding dupllcato chocks for photograph) can have tha tame promptly finished at Keagoy't art studio at tba same prlco. Remember wo aro on tho first floor, Keaqet, AMERICA'S DAY! ST. OLAIR STREETS ATTIRE. IN GALA HEiP- 0.S.0FA.AND JR.0- U.A.M, Ovor Sixty Organizations In Lino, Tho Stroots of tho Old-Faah-ionod Town Elaborutoly Docoratod. Amorica's Day was colobratod at St. Clair to-day and a gala day it was, too. Tho stroots, business places and hoadquar tors of all organizations of tho old-fashioned town wero gaily docoratod and tho en thusiasm of tbo pooplo was at a high pitch. Among tuo decorations wore numerous arches of excollont and oxcoodingly appro priate design erected by tho Odd Fellows, Company K, of tho 8th Regimont, citizens of Hancock street, Alort Uoso Company and othor organizations. Tho Rod Men's hall, tho Armory, and other buildings wore also handsomely decorated. It was a gala day for St. Clair and an Amorica's Day in every sono. FORMATION Or rAKADK. Tho parade formed on Carroll stroot, and moved over tho principal streets in tho fol lowing order: rinsT division. Marshal. H. Lincoln Brown. Aid s , James Patterson, Lewis Auutock, W. D. uregury. Grant Cornet llimd, Shenandoah. Camp 112, Shenandoah. Caiup 18.1, Sbentndoab. Camp 2Utt, Hbenandoab, Hand. Camp 00. Fracltvllle. Liberty Ifand, William I'enn. Cnmii 233, Win, l'enn. Drum Corps. O-mpliSl, Ullberton. Camp SI, A.hlauo. Camp 71, Ashland. SECOND DIVISION. Marshal, Wm. IS. Townsend. Aids, David Morgan, T. II. Zimmerman. Lloerty H.iud, i'ottsvllle. CurapSO, fotlsvllle. Camp II. l'otlsvllle. CainpWU, I'ottsvllle. Drum Corps. Camp 40, Mtnersvllle. Camp ISM, Llewellyn, lUntl. Camp 47, Schuylkill Haven. Jsruru Corps. Camp 131, 1'ort Carbon. TIIIIID DIVISION. Marshal, C. II. Carl. Baud. Council 117. Orwlgsburg. Council 1, i'alo Alto. Drum Corps. Council 111, Mnhauoy City. Drum Corps. Councils, i'ottsvllle. Council , ltlugiown. Drum Corps. Council 357, Hheuandoah. Council 23, Hciiuylf-lll Haven. Council 43 Mt. Carmel. Drum Corps. Council 310, Mahanoy City. Council 51, Weatherly. rOUKTi! DIVI8ION. Marshal, Walter Urltton. Band. Camp 123 Ulr-rdvllle. Iiaud. Camp 121, Mulianoy City. Camp 400, Mahanoy City. Drum Corps. Camp 167, Malmaoy City. Hand. Camp 360, Lavelle. Camp 490, Locust Dale. Camp 313, Kountalu tiprlugs. Hand, Camp 72, Delano. Camp 41, lieirenstHln, Camp 691, Morea. Camp 649, Catuwlssa. FIFTH DIVISION. Hand. Camp 100, Centralla, Camp; 33. Montana. Camp 135, Mlddleiort, Drum Corps. Camp 475, H. Clair. Hand. Camp 75, Ht. Clair. Drum Corps. Qarfleld Comraaudery, Mahanoy City. Drum Coips. Hbenandoah Cominandery, Shenandoah. Grant Commuudery, l'ort Carbon, Special Meeting of 8ptnner!Cvlled. Fall Rivsn, Mass., Sop. 7. A call for a special meeting of spinners to bo held Wednesday has been issuid by Secretary Howard of the Spinners' Union. Mr. Howard says the folly of tho decision of tbo Manufacturers' Board of Trado at their last meeting to rcduoe wagoa, shows tho necessity of such a mooting seeing that the state of the cloth market at present shows that tbo supply is much greater than the demand. The cutting down tbo pay of operators, ho says, will not help to unload a glutted market, but rather to overload It still moro by de creasing tbo purchasing power of tho peoplo. Xlajlged nimtelf In Ills Hedroom, Buwalo, Sep. 7. At 7i80 o'clock last evening the body of David Klaus, who lived with bis daughter aud her family in the Williams Block, was found bang ing In his bedroom, A small rope circlet was about bis neck, the upper part fas tened to tho bingo of the door. Klaus was 68 yean ot ago. His wlfo died about a year ago, and ever since then be bos brooded over hb lots. Hunting-ton IIui-s Another Bond. A8T0IUA, Ore., Sep. 7. O. P. Hunting ton, President of tho Southern Pacific Railroad Company, has purchased the Astoria & South Coast Railway. The sale was made to It. Koohlor and J. C. Stubbs, who acted as agents for Hunting ton. Tbo road is a valuable piece ot property. Shot by a rolloemnn. New Yobk, Sep. 7. George Smith, an 18-year-old boy, woa probably fatally shot lu Brooklyn by Policeman John Mayor. The officer claims the shooting was accidental, but witnesses say the as. vault was a wantou ono and that Smith did nothing to bring it about. The oM cer is under arrest. PERSONAL. Richard Brown is among tho visitors to St. Clair "representing tho patriotism of ho firm of Laudig & Hooks" the hurtling news dcalors of town. Mr. and Mrs. John Bunn spont Sunday n St. Clair, tho guest nf relatives. James Lawlor, of Brownsvillo, anl tho blacksmith in Pear alloy, is confined to his bed with an att-ick of typhoid favor. ii. I. Boyor, a former resident of town. and his son George, arrived from Paw tucket, Rhode Island, on Saturday, and ire tbo guests of town friends. John Fox, of Pottsville, spont yestorday In town. Tho member-hip of tho P. &, R. Co. Kngincor Corps was Increased by tho ad dition of John Thirwoll on Tbursdav morning. John has quit the grocery busi ness aud will devote bis wholo attention to his now culling. Ashland Record. Mrs. Roth, tho agod lady who was sonously injured about two weeks ago by falling down stairs at tho residence of her niece, Mrs. T. O. Waters, of East Lloyd street, was able to lcavo for her homo In Shamokin on Saturday, accompaniod by her son, Tax Collector V. O. Roth, of that borough. Hon. Ellas Davis, of Now Castlo, spent Saturday in town. Willie Kendrick, of Shenandoah, one of tho most talentol musicians of Schuylkill county has produced, and tho youngost member of tho Marino Band, of Washing ton, D. 0., callod at our offlco, Thursday, in company with his father, Mr. Wm. Kendrick, of Shonandoah. Willio's ad vance in musical ability and culturo hag been remarkable, and It Is a matter of con gratulation to lovers of music that his services havo boen socurod for sovoral selections at tho concort of tho Ivoritoa next Monday ovoning. Tri- Weekly Re cord, William Anst' Ck, Edward Hughes and E. J. G. Wadllngor spont to-day at Maha noy City. J. H. Evans attended tho eisteddfod at Mahanoy City to-day. Miss May Davidson, of Philadelphia, Ik. visiting Miss Einnia",Koiper, of East Line) stroet, Albert Acornloy, a "typo" on tho Nan ticoko News, is sponding a few days la town. Bjnjamin F. Parrott and John Curcll spent Sunday In Pottsville. To Dispel Golds, Iloadachos and Fevers, to cleanse tho system effectually, yet gontly, whon cos tivo or bilious, or whon tho blood ia impure or sluggish, to permanently euro habitual constipation, to nwakon tho kidnoyB and llvor to a healthy activity, without irrita ting or wcakoningthera, uso Syrup of Flgf- Base Ball. Tho newly organized Shonandoah toam played a gamo with tho Lost Crook club at tbo latter placo yosterday aftornoon. Scoro, Shenandoah 0, Lost Creok G. Urownsvillo and Jacksons crossed bats at Ellongowan yetorday. The contost was one-sldod and was won by tho former by a scoroof 18 to 1. Manager S&mpsoll's team plays at Huzlc ton this afternoon. Fitzgerald and Gibson wore tho battory for Shenandoah. Sampsoll's team has won eighth outef 13 games. Last Ficnlo. Columbia park wilt bo abandonod noxt September, as tho sito will thereafter bo used as a dumping ground for tho Kohley Run colliery. Tho liut event to be bold in the park is a picnic of the Columbia Qleo Club, to be bold on Saturday, Soptembor 12th. 9 5-lw Another Lot Of socond-hand school books, just rccoivod from Now York Clearing Sale Company. For sale at half pricoat Max Reese's. 0-5-tf A Glorious Rocord. Since tho Introduction of the Pdtnnus Pnn- Tlua Cough and Conhumptlon Cure in this vicinity, the death rale from Consumption bus decreased wonderfully; It never falls to meet a cure, and la the best Conitb medicine. Try It. Trial bottles free al Klrllu's drug tore. Indians', comedians, singers, dancers, show at Bobbins' night, Sept. 7th-C3-tf marionettes nd a big opera house. Monday Admission 10 cents. IT IS NEAR TIME You aro thinking of taking in your flowers, and you will want some pots. Wo got a lot of very cheap ones Mon day, and when you aro ready to plant don't forgot that you can got thorn at GRAF'S, No. 122 North Jartlin Stroaf.