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SHETAJND O AH. PA.. MONDAY. XOYEMBER 2. 1891. ONE CENT. "My Son, Deal "Witli Men "Who Advertise. Ton -will Never Lose by It. "--Benjamin Franklin i 17 If r "it- BEFORE VOTING For n cnmlldntc for Statu Trcnsnrcrcnrcfully read nnd jfc consider tlic foUowliiRJ CHurcliIU, Democratic Ar kansas ofllclnl, dcinultcr to tlic extent ot $80,522.01. Polk, Democratic Tennes see official, defaulter to tlic extent or $400,000. Vincent, Democratic Ala bama official, defaulter to tlic oxtcnt of $243,148 84. Tate Democratic Kentucky official, defaulter to tlie ex tent of $247,028.50. Rurkc, Democratic Louisi ana official, defaulter to tlic extent of $827,000. Nolan, Democratic Missouri official, Defaulter to tlic ex tent of $32,445. HcmniiuKwny, Democratic Mississippi official, defaulter to tlic extent ot $3x5,000. Arclicr, Democratic Mary Puind official, defaulter to tlic extent of $200,000. $2,345,144 44 of state funds Stolen and only one ot tlic offenders behind tlic bars. Vote for the Constitutional Convex tlon. Judge Hakvey, in his address to the Democrats - the other evening, stated that Governor FattUon was to be credited for the exposure of Bards ley and his punishment. Does tho Judge think Hhenundoah people are all ignorant and do not read the news papers? It remained for a Itepubli- can Mayor, Stuart, and a Republican District Attorney, Graham, to bring Bardsley to trial and have him con vlcted, and a Republican Judge, "NV1I son, to sentence him. The S'netva is whistling to keep up j.'s courage. No one but a greenhorn in politics would claim 300 majority for Wadlinger In Shenandoah. Tub Democratic hatred to tho soldier Is shown in their bitter fight on the brave General Gregg and Colonel Morrison. Soldiers, stand by your guns, and show theje soldier bitters that you are prepared to stand by your friends now as you did for the Hag dur ing the .lark duys of tho Rebellion. WE CLAIM THAT THERE ARE NO BETTER GOODS ! IN THE MARKET -TZHZ-A-lsr OTTIR,- 0 Choice Creamery Butter Ircsh every other day liancy Bloater Mackerel, Large and Elne. New No. 1 MacJcerel White and Eat. New Clean Currants Xree from dirt and stems. Best Mince Meat made oj best materials, line Table Syrup strictly pure goods. New Orleans Baking Molasses. Cliipped Beef. JUST REGEIYBD Another lot ot ItlVEBSIBE BUCKWHEAT EIOUB and OLI TIME GRAHAM JBLOTJTt Fresh Ground. Also anotJier car of Best Patent MINNESOTA ELOTTM. Equal to anything hi the market. "NORTHWESTERN DAISY" made of Minnesota Wheat gives gatisfifctlou. Bakes well. 1 . . nil Clntlis arc selUnir ffeices. Two yards wide from TILDEN AND THE CATHOLICS. From the Pittsburg Tlmei. It is said that tho political fanner from Erie county, In oue of his cam paigns for County Commissioner, gave great offense to the Catholio voters there by certain severe strictures on tholr faith, and to set himself rlgh't this year ho sent his daughter to a Catholic parochial school at Harris burg, where she now is. How thk Democrats figure out a majority for to-morrow is a puzzle. The same element thot helped Paul son last year are not pulling the chest nuts out of tho lire for him this year. Last year there was a split in tho Re publican ranks; this year tho party is united. Last year Allegheny county gave scarcely 2,000 Republican ma jority; this year she will give no less than 12,000, perhaps 15,000. Last year Schuylkill county gave Tattison 4,200 majority; this year the Democratic party will be glad it they get 1,500. Hero in two counties alone there will be sufficient to change the result of last year's election so far as Pattibon's election is concerned, yet it should not be forgotten that both the Republican candidates jfor Lieutenant-Governor and Secretary of Internal Affairs were elected by handsome majorities. In other Republican counties where the vote fell oft last year on account of dissensions In the Republican ranks, an old-time majority will be given and the Republicans have every reason to feel encouraged on the coming victory. It will be decisive enough for all purposes. There is no excuse for any true Republican to remain away from the polls to-morrow; let them come out and help swell the vote and have a claim in the victory to the Republican colors. Read "Jack Smith's" letter in yes terday's S'ncwa aud you cannot keep coming to the conclusion that his views and the editor's views do not tally. The Republicans are on the run to victory ; that is true. Now that the Dsmocrats have given up trying to elect Wright, their cor poratloa candidate for Auditor Gen eral, they aro begging Republicans and Prohibitionists to vote for their farmer (?) candidate for State Treas freclv. Nice imllrrnx. All 50 cents up. urer, in order to save something out of the wreck. The victory Is already won. It is now only a question of majority. Don't cut a siuglo name on tho ticket. Vote for every one from tho hero of Gettysburg, Geueral Gregg, down to tho brave Major Clark for Jury Com. tnlssloner. For once the S'naos was interesting yesterday. With four active editors and two lay editors, and six days to work In, they succeeded in getting out a readable sheet. SAME IN '02. Tho "Herald" Political Poot on Dock Again. Once more the bugle's pounding And 10 our posts wo lly, Our olllcers aro mounted, There Is victory lu the hky ; .March on with banners Hying Ye lierooi bmve . nil Iruu, Our victory of to-morrow Will be the sums In '1)2. March on, march on to victory, We are the nation s pride. And the boys In bluo who loughtso true They are marching by our side : The Dimocrnts are lagging Their bandanna rag Uioy chew, For our victory is sure to-morrow, And Is sure lu 'IB, 1 have traveled through this country, From the ent unto the woit, Aud Irom every town nua village The news Is of the bot, Bo cheerup, ull Itepubllcuns, Each one your duty do. Lei's poll a vote to-morrow, Line we will In '92. Tho Democrats are trying With slander aud abuso To cast slurs on our cindldales, But they 11 rid It Is nousej Gregg and Morrison are gentlemen Audtotbem we'll be true, For our victory ol to-morrow Will be the samo In '02. Wright spoke the other evening In theuendemyof town. The well known unmoor M. S. Quay Ho tiled hard t i run down; Many people left disgusted Before this man got through And they said our vote to-morrow Will be tho same In '02. 80 cheer Hurrah I Hurrah 1 1 Hurrah 1 1 1 Buclia victory ne'er wai seen. And onco again on Justice's throno We'll place our old Jndgo Green; The state and county UcKct They both will go right through, For we'll poll a vole to-morrow Like we will In '112. Tho Salvation Army. Staff Captain Gilford and wifo, pf Harris burg, and Adjutant Roderick, also of D.arrisburg, will attend tho meetings of tho Salvation Army's local corps on Tburs day and Friday evening. Thoro will bo a coffoo supper on Thursday evening. Cadet Trevitt, of Shonandoah, will faro well next Sunday night for Now York City training home of tho Salvation Army, All aro welcome. Buy Keystone llour. He careful that the name Lessiq & Co., Ashland, Pa., ie printed on every sack. S-3-3taw Doinc Good Wnrlc. The "Y's" are doing a good work among tno young people or town. Their meet ings aro largely attonded and aro made interesting by literary and social entertain rcents. Un Katurdav ovonintr Kav. IT. fl James, of tho English lUnlUt rhurnli n. present and entertained tho audlenco with a snort address in his usual interesting manner, for which tho ,-Y" returns thanks Call again. From Tho Nation's Capitol. Mr. A. N. Hazen, Washington, I). O., says; The Famous Ked Flag Oil. Is a perfect family medicine, nnd has ue equal lor Itheumatlsm, Neuralgia, Bprulns, Cuts, Burns, and nil bodily pain. Price 23 cents. At KlrUn's drug store, Pays lfettnrtliHtl Fishing. London, Nov. 2. Tho naval authori ties at Plymouth do not express much sympathy for the lishermeu who claim to have hail tliulr smacks ilumiiged by thellrluu practice ot Her Majesty's Hklps. They claim that the fishermen aro in the habit ot sneaking their boats Into some locality lu range ot tho tiring, so that the boats may be sunk by u stray shot anil the fisherman bo enriched by n lib eral recompense. It pays, tho nuvul people say, better than flailing. 1'ENflSVI.VANIA r.IUIJFS. John Sell nu on has assigned at Lan caster. lAuie II u nu, agdd 14, vu attacked by an Italian nt IlaiUtou, but was rescued before Injured. Tho man escaped. Senator Quay has instruct'" I Ills coun sel, Mr. Skupley, to, bring fault against Jaoob Kerr, chairman ot the Democratic State Committee, for $100,000 damages for libel and cmsplraoy. Burohlll'a Restaurant. Charles Buichill is now located at corner of Main and Coal streets, Shenandoah. Iiogular meals, at popular prices, served any time. Ladies' dining and refreshment rooms attached. 0-14-tf Do you want a situation ? Do you wantholp? Do you want to soli your business ? Do you want to sell or exchange, roal eEtato, ? If so, call on Max Keeso, Shonandoah, agent for tho United Slatos Employment and Business Agoncy, 4 1 and 40 Broadway, New York, PERSONAL. Miss J ssia Grant went to Now York City to-day to enter one of the art schools thoro for tho winter. Sohool Dirclor William Dachman has been mado tho happy father of a bouncing boy. Mrs. Joseph TJnvorzngt and Mrs "Will iam Ualco and daughter, residents of Philadelphia, aro now enjoying their flr.t trip to tho coal region and aro tho guests of Miss Minnie Dipper, of Mahanoy City. They spont Saturday in town. Mr. Wadlinpror's "Smallnoss." Wo aro reliably itnforincd that Mr. Wndlingor, who aspiros to tho exalted po- sithn of Judgo of thi county on tho Dem ocratic ticket, vieito 1 llingtown last wook on an electioneering tour. During bis stay tbero ho showed his ignoranco of tho prin ciples of tho order by trying t( croato tho unprossion mat no waB a momoer oi tno P. O. S. of A. and American Mechanics. It shows to what straits Mr. "Whdllnger if put to, and wehavo no doubt but that the mombers oi the organizations in question will resent this action ot his, in trying to bring thorn into politics, in no uncertain tones. Good Looks. Good looks aro more than skin deep, do pending upon a healthy condition of all tho vital organs. If the Livor bo inactive, you havo n Bilious Look, if your stomach bo disordered you havo a Dyspeptic look and if your Kidneys bo affected you have a pinched look. Securo good hoalth and you will have good looks. Eloctric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic acts di rectly on those vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Bulls and gives a good complexion, Sold at 0. II. Ilagenbuch's Drug Store, 50c. per bottlo. Ladies, if you want flno writing papo and envelopes to match, call on Mix Koese1 ti A Happy Birthday Greeting. Every American citizen is interested In tho poot Whittior who will celebrate his eighty-fourth birthday on tho 17th ol December. Frank Leslie's Weekly for November 7th has a very striking full-page portrait of tbo poet, accompanied by a dis criminating arliclo as to his position in American literature This week's issue also Inn a page of illustrations of tho Searles will case, and aho illustrations of the star trotters of to day. Thoro is a page of picturos of fore'gn ovonts, and an Illus tration of one of tho famous mountain peaks of tho Yosemilo Valloy, together with portraits of Mrs Marshall O. Koberts, tho prospective brido oi Colonol Italph Vivian, of tbu Scolta Guards; and of the late Captain Duncan N. Ingraham, hero ol tho Martin Koszta affair. The hading oditorial contribution relates to women in tho stato and labor market, and is furnishod by Mrs. Anno Besant, of London, Eng land. Frosted feet may be cured In ono or two days by the use ol Salvation Oil, tho gnat pun destroyer. Tho Wages. Tho following collieries drawn to return prices of coal sold in Octobor, 1891, to delcrmino tho rates of wages to bo paid mako the following returns : Shenandoah Oily col. 1'. & II. 0. 4 I. Co. S3 25 i Turkey Ituii col " " 2.310 North Ashland col " " 2218 Eagle IIIil col " " 2315 Locust Gap col " a 304 The averrgo of these rates Is.... ..$2 so 7 10 Tho rato of wages to ha paid for tho lasi two weeks of October and tho first two weeks of November, 1891, is six (0) per cent, below tho ?2 50 basis. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Foyer Soros, Tettor, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively euros Pile, or no payment required. It is guaranteed to givo perfoct satisfaction, or money relundod. Prico 'Ji cents per box. For salo by O. II. Ilagenbuoh, Stationary packages, 5 and 10 cents each, at Max Iteeco's, tf Why Didn't They TJao It? Last week the S'netos received an electrotypo oi tbo certificate of deposit alleged to havo beon given by Bardsley to Quay. Why did the S'ntvu fail to uio it ? Is it possible that the blaokmaillng organ it showing tho whtto feathor on tho Quay question ? "Ansel of Night" la what Dr. null's Rnunh Byrup lias ueeu termed by uerents, wIums worrying aud ooutiuiug children have beu soothed aud cu ed, and have teemed ew-et sluuibdr by using this excellent remedy. rlce only 20 ccnu a bottle. A fine stock of guns and amunition for salo cheap at Max House's, 10-21-lf Let Them Road It. Councilman Oscar Betlerldgo and tho S'ncws crowd will find our report of Key, Powick's sermon iu our liiuo of to day very interesting, A Surpriao. Koep your oyo on this local? Keagey, tho photographer, will have his rew open Ing in a few dayi and wll have something Interesting that w'll furprlse the people, tf ,i. Legal blanks of all kinds for ealo at tho IlKitAtD office, v SUNDAYSEEMON, REV. POWIOK PREACHED TO THE JR. O. U. A. M. UPON ITS SPEGIAL INVITATION. A Patilotio Sermon to a Patriotic Orgai-lzatl n and a Largo Con gregation Tho Blblo in tho Publlo Sohoo'B. Tho Methodist Episcopal church was crowded to its ulinost capacity Sunday night to hear tho sermon delivered at the request of the Jr. O. U. A. M. Tho text was Jeremiah 29 7: "Seek tho peace ol tho city whither 1 havo caused you to be carried away cuptlve." Peace, in tho text, mpans welfare. Tho purpose of tho com mand was to toach tho captives In Babylon tho duty of Patriotism. If it was tho duty ot unwilling exiles to seek tho welfare of tho homo of their cruel captors and to pray for tho samo, much more is it tho duty of voluntary immigrants to theto hospitable shores to do tho samo. Webster dollnos patrlotiem as "tho passion that alms to servo ono's country." Tho politician defines it us "tho passion that aims to serve ono's folf, or his party at the oxpenso of his country." Among tho perils which call for tho exerciso of tho highest typo of patriotism is that of unrestriolod immigra tion. Prior to 18C8 Great Britain and Gorrnany furnished us with &3 per cont. of all our Immigrants, now thoy furnish us with only C5 per cont. At that tlmo tho tido had not sot in from Kussia, Austria and Italy. Twenty years ago thoso formod only ono por coit. of all wo received, thoy now constituto 33 por cont. Thus, while wo formorly recoivod tho bulk of our im migrants from tho most enlightened, moral and prosperous parts of Europo, fully one third wo are now receiving aro coming from tho most degradod, ignorant, and down-troddon parts of tho oarth. Thoy aro coming faster than wo can digost and asslmllato thom. But what makes tho poril tho moro torious is tho slavery to party that often loads mon to sell them selvos and Ihoir country to tho dovll for tho sake of tho spoils of office. This lead: men who aro charged with tho administra tion of law to wink at its violation to stultify their own convictions of right and to outragoovery moral principle. Seo how our own norougli Uouncil was mado to cringo at tho feet of a fow unprincipled politicians lest their action should joopar dizo tho party on the ovo of an olection, Every solf-rospecting patriot would resent any interference with rollgious observances, howovor allon to his own, but nccording to bt. Paul's Instructions to tho church of Homo tho violation ot civil law is not religious privilege but a "resistance of tho ordinance of God that brings damnation." A. spirit of lawlesnoss Is porhapj tho gravest of our perils, Thoro is no civilized country on tho earth whoro law is so fla grantly defied as here, and for the very reason that owing to unrestricted immigra tion and a freo ballot in tho hands of pur chasabln voters tho woist elements of so ciety aro generally in control of tho politics of tbo land, and must pander to law breakors In order to catch votes. Our governtuont of the pooplo, by tho people and for tho people has hecomo ono of tho saloon, by tho saloon and for tho saloon, which holds ono party in tho right hand and tho other in its left. IIo had about as llttlorespoct for tho avorago polit'cian as ono could well havo, but thoy were exposed to unusual temptations and it is our duty to pray for them. Tho enthronement of God in tho con cienco is a safeguard that in cludes all others. Until a man is so linked to God that ho can withstand such tempta tions ho is not a Man, but a Slave, and un fit lor public trust. Meanwhile, tho Sab bath and tho publlo schools aro trusty bul warks. Mo man can object to tho biblo bo !ng usod in thorn as a text book of moral scixneo, unless it is because his moral and religious notions aro not taught in it. And if they are unblblloal they are un-Amerioan, mplous and detrimental to our civilization. It is inconsistent to stigmatize the public schools as godless and then opposo tho uso in them of them of the ;only nonsoctarian book of godliness we havo. A roligion that holds Itself alouf from these burning ques tions is not that of the bible. Ave need to apply the principles of religion to political as well as other questions for our religious welfare is bound up with tho welfare of tho state. . t "Guide to Health," a valuablo book, con taining tho indorsements of prominent physicians in regard to the "Anohor Pain Expoller," the best known remedy for all forms of ltheumatic disease. Mailed, freo of charge, on application to F. Ad. Itichtcr & Co., 810 Broadway, New York City. The finest note paper and envelopes in tho country at Max lieese's. tf Phoenix Fhair. Tho Phoenix Ho e Company will hold a grand fair in Bobbins' c peia hou'e, enm menclng cn Tuesday, Nov 3rd, 1891 It will bo one of tho largest and best fairs oyer hold In this county. 10-U-tf All Sorts, Hollow K'en was most appropriately ob served on Saturday evening last. Iho surrounding patches woro well rep resented In town on Saturday ovonlng and the buslnoss mon woro kept very busy. ilelng pay day, tho saloon keepers did a largo business on Saturday. Lots of politicians woro In town yostor- day and Saturday. Tho olection officers will not havo a picnic to-morrow. Voto to-morrow as an American citizon should. Do not bo lod to tho polls by tho nose. Are you prepared for the winter? If not, it is timo to mako a move. Thoro will bo plonty of "first voters" to morrow. York stato apples, hand picked, will bo chonp this winter. Don't get excited to-morrow. Get in your voto early and then go after your neighbors and got them to do likewise. Hickory nuts aro plenty and sell for gl 25 to ?2 00 per bushel. Tho colored voto won't ho heavy in town to-morrow. Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. From a loiter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, of Groton. S. D., wo quote: "Was tnkon with a bad cold, which settled on my Lungs, cough set in and finally termi nated in Consumption. Four doctors gavo mo up.saying I could live but a short timo. I gavo myself up to my Saviour, detr mlned if I could not stay with my Iticnds on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised lo get Dr. King's Now Discovtry for Consump tion, Coughs und Colds. I gavo it a trial, took in all, eight bottles; it has cured mo, and thank God I am now a well and hoarty woman." Trial bottles free at O. II. Ila genbuch's drug Etoro, regular size, COc. and 51.00. A flno stock of guns and amunition for salo cheap nt Max Keoeo's. 10-21-tf Florida on Wheels. "Florida on Wheels" is well worth n visit. Tho car Is attractivoly filled up and contains specimens of tho products of that stnto and is in itself a fair on wheels. Tho nativo woods, minerals, cereals, fruits, etc., are tastefully displayed, and tho wonderful products of the stato aro set forth to better advantago than cculd possibly bo dono without an oxtondod visit to tho stato itself. A visit to "Florida on Whools" will bo a rovelation to mcst pcoplo and all who see it enmoaway impressod with the Idea that Florida is a bottor and greater stato than thoy had any idea of. Tho Florida Boiling Exposition is doing a groat thing in bring ing Florida into notico and advertising tho great advantages of tho land of orango grovo, fruit and ilowors. Mr. W. S. Wobb, In chargo, is a member of tho Florida Daily Times Union, of Jackson ville. York, Va., Dispatch, "Florida on Wheels" will be seen in Shenandoah on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Novem ber 6, 0 and 7. Children Enjoy The ploasant flavor, gentle action and soothing oflects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and If tho father or mother bo costivo or bilious tho niot grat ifying results follow its use, so that it is tho best family renindy known and every family should have a bottlo. Now Shoo Store. L. (1 ildinun has just purchased a largo stock of boots and shoos at a bankrupt salo nt Botblohem. These goods will bo sold cheaper than thomanufacturorcan afford to mako them. Tho opening will take place on Wodnosday, November 4, In Uaricg ton's building, on East Centre street and Markot alley. Look at the sign of the star. To reach tho storo there are a fow steps to climb, but it will pay you to climb thom. Squaro dealing to all. Bo sure to bo on tlmo at tho grand open ing of tho Star Shoe Store, Shenandoah, Fa. L. Goldman, Manager. Four tintypes for 26 rents, at Dabb's. tf CENTS PER YAED FOE a good liome-iuudu rg carpet. It 1h ono of those pxtru houvy c!riots. umiioof tho beat vatn ii ml olefin rugs. Finest Hue of Velvet Unlabel nnd Ingrain Curnettt In Blien- auiltmh t C. D. FRICKE'S CARPET STORE. WANT ,A FISH ? For Breakfast ? A Mackoral? Wo havo 'em. White and fat. Bright and sweet. No oil. No rust. Hb, 5 1b, 1,1b, 111b, li lb, GRAF'S, No. 122 North Jardin Sirt