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OXE CENT. "My Son, Deal "With. Men "Who Advertise. Ton will Never Lose by It ."--Benjamin Franklin. SHBKAKDOAH. PA.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1891. The Evening Herald. ALL THE NEWS i'OR ONE CENT. as r larger circulation In Shenandoah than any other paper published. circu. j. latlon books open to all. It's "Thou shalt not libel" now. With here and there an exception, this has been a remarkably clean cam paign. Wonder what men who voted against Judge Gieen because they failed to secure liquor licenses hope to gain by voting for Wadllnger. If you have not yet voted, do bo, be fore the sun goes down. It is your duty as an Amerlcau citizen to use the privilege granted only to freemen. Slates are already being arranged for the borough election. It Is time enough later on. Let us get down to business and glvo politics a rest for awhile. The Messenger Is a new county Weekly, published at Mlnersvllle, that 'lies upon our table and in It we find one of the neatest and most newsy of our exchanges. The Democrats are rinding out very rapidly, and to their cost, whether Senator Quay is playing a game of bluff or not, in his libel suits against Democratic newspapers and indi viduals. The Shenandoah Republicans who may fail to give their votes to Judge Green to-day should hang their heads in shame, for if there ever was a can didate before the voters of this county competent for office and entitled to ..heir votes Judge Green is the man. Quay has turned upon his accusers at last and is making things so un comfortably warm for them that they shout, "Why didn't you sue the other fellows long ago?" Quay has got the Wright fellows just where he wants them and it is hoped he will put them just where they belong. When one wants CENTS PEIl YARD FOR a good home-made rug carpet. It la ono of those x!rn heavy camels, madoof (he bet vain and clean nigs. Finest lino of Velvet Erussel and Ingrain Carpets In Shen andoah at C. D. FEICKE'S CAE PET STORE. WE CLAIM THAT THERE ARE NO BETTER GOODS ! IK THE -TZELAJST Choice Creamery Butter Jiancy Bloater Mackerel MacTcerel White and Fat. from dirt and stems. Best r materials, line Table JSTeto Orleans Baking Molasses. Chipped Beef. CTTJST REOBIYED Another lot of RIVERSIDE BUCKWHEAT FZOVR and OLD TIME GRAHAM JEZOUK Fresh Ground. Also another car of Best Patent MINNESOTA FZOVR. Eqxial to anything in the marJcet. "NOUTIIWESTEnN Wltcnt gives satisfaction. Oil CIotliB arc selling1 rices. Two yards wide from a good day's hunting for llardsleys hp can find all he wauts In the Demo cratlo and Independent fields behind tho hedge of Quay croakers. A few mouths ago the cry was, "If the charges are not true why dees Quay not sue?" Now that Quay Is suing the cry Is, "O, It's all blull. The Democrats and their allies will not be satisfied-, it seems, until Quay puts some of them in Jail. This he cannot do too soon. The one who Is contin ually crying "stop thief!" is generally the most guilty party. One of the despicable pieces of work mat tue vvaunuger men have re sorted to in this town is to influence certain parties who failed to secure liquor licenses with tho story that Judge Green was personally respon sible for the denials cf their applica tlons. No reasonable man could be inllucnced by such n story, yet It Eeem the gag worked successfully hi several cases. Superintendent Jackson, of the Hallway Mall Service, Is moving very slow In the matter of improved mail facilities. The new mall route be tween I'ottsvnie anu Asnianu is very much needed. Nothing elso will sat isfy the region north of the Broad Mountain. Postmaster Cole's recom meudatlou, so far as It relates to the continuance of tho mail service to Wllliamsport, Is good, but it does not nil the bill. The attempt to elect Pattison's pet candidate for State Treasurer, Tilden, by trading off Wright, has met with a counter trade. Wright's brother was In Philadelphia on Saturday to ascertain tho truth of the reported deal and found it only too true, and the friends of Wright set about at once to retaliate. His friends are now cutting to a great extent, not only In town but throughout the state. Bueklon'a Arnica Salvo. The Best Salvo in tbo world for Cuts, Bruisos, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Soros. Titter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi lively euros Piles, or no pajment required It is guaranteed to gjvo perfoct satisfaction or monoy reiunaou. l'nco iz cents por box. For salo by 0. II. Hagenbuch. Buy Keystone flour. Be careful that the name Lkssio & Co., Ashland, Pa., printed on every sack. 8-3-3taw MARKET OTTIRr JbresTi every other day Zarue and Fine. New JVo. 1 JVew Clean Currants I'ree Mince Meat made oj best Syrup strictly pure goods. DAISY" made Italics well. of Minnesota freely. Nice patterns. All 50 cents up. A DEATH JUMP ! AN OLD MAN'S IMPATIENCE LEADS TO HIS DEATH. CRUSHED BENEATH A TRAIN. Tho Mothr of H. J. Muldoon Diod Suddenly This Morning Other Nows of tho Town and Vicinity. Edward Timmlns, n man ovor sixty years and rosidlng at Brownsvillo, met bis death on tho Lehigh Valley, railroad, a'. Brownsvillo, lust night, at about 0.30 o'clock. Timmins boarded a passenger train at Lost Crook and as tho Brownsvillo station whs approached ho loft his soat and went to the car platform. Noticing tho impa tienco of tho man tho conductor warnod him to romatn in tho car until tho depot was reached. Timmins disregarded tho warning and jumped from the train as it pulled up to the Brownsvillo depot plat form. Ho jumpod in front of a west bound passengor tram that was just pull ing out and win mangled beneath tho wheels. Tho deceased loft a wifo and adult son Got tho Gonulno. If you suffor with lame back, ospecially in morning, Allccck's Plasters aro a euro relief. If you cannot sleep, try an Allcock Plaster, well up between tho shoulder blades often relievos sometimo3 cures, Try this before you resort to opiates. If any of your musclos aro lamo joints still foel as if thoy want oiling or if you suffer with any local pains or aches, these plasters will euro you. If you uso them onco you will realizo why so many plasters have been mado in imitation of them. Liko all good things, they aro copiod as closely as tho law allocs, Don't bo duped by taking an imitation whon it as easy to get tho genuine. If you always insist upon having All cock's Porus 1 In'ters and novor accept a substitute, you w'i'l not bo disappointed. 3t Socond Anniversary. On Thurtday evening next, in Ferguson' theatre. Major Jennings Council, No. 307 Jr. O. TJ. A. M., will colobrato their second anniversary of their existence by giving a grand musical, literary and comic enter tainment. Ono of tbo principal features ot tho entortainment, and which will bo given for tho first timo in this town, is Hi "Uucicy initiation." it you desire an oijoyablo evening, attend this ontortain mont. boats can now bo procurod at Kirlln's.drug Etoro for 25 cents. Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E Hurd, of Groton. S. D., wo quote: "Was takon with a bud cold, which settled on my Lungs, cough sot in and finally term! nated in Consumption. Four doctors gavo mo up.saying I could livo but a short timo, I gayo myself up to my Saviour, deter mined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would moot :ny absent ones above. My husband was advised to got Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs and Colds. I gavo it a trial, took in all, eight bottles; it has cured me, and thank God I nm now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottlos free at O. H. Ha genbuch's diug store, regular size, GOc, and 51.00. Dropped Dead. Mrs. Muldoon, mother of II, J. Mul doon, died suddenly at hor homo on West Centra street this morning. Mrs. Muldoon was of advanced ago and diod wbilo sitting in a chair. Burohlll's Restaurant. Charles But chill is now located at corner of Main and Coal streets, Shenandoah. Rogular meals, at popular prices, served any time. Ladies' dining and refreshment rooms attached. 9-14-tf Married. Nov. 2, at tho parsonago of tho Metho dist Episcopal church, by Rov. William Powick, Mr. John Dovo and Miss Agnes Lowthart, both of Shenandoah. Do you want a situation ? Do you want help? Do you want to sell your buiinces ? Do you want to sell or exchango real estato ? If so, call on Max Reeso, Shenandoah, agent for tho United Statos Employment and Business Agoncy, 41 and 40 Broadway, New York. Ono Night Only. Young America does not seem to bo sat isfied with ono night of Hollow Eve, but must keep up tho racket for several nights. They did littlo damago, so our peoplo have not mih to complain of, From Tho Nation's Oapltol. Mr. A. N. Union. Washington, I). C, says: The Famous ltrd Flag Oil. Is a rericct family medicine, and has ntt equal lor Jlueumallsm, tteuralgla, Bpmlns, Cuts, Hums, and all bodily pain, i'rlco25ceuU. At Klrlln's drug store. Four tintypes for 25 cents, at Dabb's. tf TO-DAY'S ELECTION. Tho Voting Commenced Slow, But Grow Brisk. Election day opened in town dull, cold and dreary and the poll mon reluctantly took their places at tho windows. The voters woro slow in getting around and most of tho morning poll-window work Was tbo dullest of occupations. Towards noon things bocamo a little moro bri k and tho votes commoncrd to pllo upon each othor in tho roipoctivo boxes, but it was the opinion of somo experienced politicians that if eomo hu't- Hug was not doneboforo 7 p. m. the polling would be light, oven for an off yoar. A featuro of tho cltction is tho lntorosl taken in Judgo Ureen's candidacy. IIo was running away ahead this morning and men who aro seldom known to intorosl themselves actively in tho politics had olf their coats and were working liko bcavors for him, If tho doughty little jurist is defeated it will bo ono of tho greatest political surprises ever givon this town. A visit to tho polls at noon was rowarded by tales of slowness and indifference In the First and Fifth wards tho voters wero especially slow in getting out, tho former having but 02 votes cast and tho latter but 70. Ono Republican in tbo Fifth said thoro was something in his bonos that told him Smith might got a majoiity thoro. Tho othor pollings up to noon wero : 2nd ward, 87; 3rd, 153; 4th, CO. Good Looks. Good looks are moro than skin deep, do pending upon a healthy condition of all tho vital organs. If the Livor bo inactivo, you havo a Bilious Look, if your stomach bo disordered you have a Djspeptio look and if your Kidneys bo affected you havo a pinched look. Secure good health and you will havo good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic acts di rcctly on thoso vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils and gives a good complexion, Sold at O. II. Uagonbuch'; Drug Store, GOc. per bottle. Florida on Wheels, Noy. 5, G and 7, corner Main and Cherry Etreots. Ladios, if you want fine writing papo and onvolopes to match, call on Max Keesi tf Complimentary to Capt. Rooso. A visitor to town yesterday was Captain Edward Reese, tho BUperintondont of Lentz, Lilly & Co's Park Placo collieries and.L. A, Itiloy & Co's Centralla col lieries. For a quarter of a century Mr. Heoso has boon ono of tho most prominont men in tho anthracite mining circles. There is no other man in tho Schuylkill region who has had tho varied experience in mining thai ho has had, having alwayB occupied vory responsiulo positions and al ways making a mining property pay well and that is the best sign of ability. Ho was the originator of the idea of State miners' hospitals and has boon a trusteo of tho Ashland hospital sinco it was built. Ho is a fair man in every Eonso of tho word nnd any workingman with a roal grievance who goes to Mr. Rsose is sure to havo rodress. Through his personal efforts a laro and valuablo library has beon added to tho hospital. He didn't merely talk. Ho wont out and workod and in a romarkably short timo the library was addod. You can't find a man in that section who hasn't a word of praiso for Captain Iteeeo. Jlazle ton Sentinel, Frosted feet mar bo cured In ono or two days by the use ol Balvatton Oil, the great pain-destroyer. Florida on Wheels, corner Main and Cherry streots, Nov. 6, 0 and 7. Largo Amount Promptly Paid. To the Officers of the Home Friendly So ciety ; Gkntlkmkn: Wo tako eroat ploasuro in thanking you for tho prompt manner i which tho claim of $500 on the life of our father, Goorgo Carroll, was paid, through your superintendent, William T, Evans, and agent, D. G. Williams. And wo also wish to lot tho insuring public know that wo only paid into your good company ?22.C2, for which wo this day received tho above amount, as was tho full valuo of our certificate. Wo froely recommend to our friends and neighbors your honest company. Makoaiikt Carroll, Mark Carroll, Lanigan's, (near Shenandoah) Nov. 3, '01 11-3 3t The finest noto paper and envelopes in tho country at Max Reeso's. tf Arm Broken. Thomas McAllister, while unloading coal yesterday, bad ono of his arms brokon by being thrown from his wagon, ono of bis horsos taking fright. "Angel of Night" Is what Sr. Hull's Cough Byrup lias been termed by parents, wlioto worrying and couKhiug children have beeu sooibedund cu ed, and have tecured sweet muiuucr by using ims excellent reuiody, 1'rlce only 25 renU a bottle. Legal blanks of all kinds for sale at tbo IIkbals office. ENQODEAGING ! ESTIMATES ON THE RESULTS OF TO-DAY'S ELECTION. BRILLIANT REPUBLICAN OUTLOOK. PennsylvnnIn,Ohlo, Massachusetts, Iowa and Now York Llkoly to go Ropubllcan Figures Warrant tho Expectation, The prospects for tho Uopublicans scoring victories at tho eli clions being held to-day are vory promising. In Pennsylvania tho situation Is particularly bright. This year tho Republican party is unitoi, tbo loaders are working band in band and tho candi dates aro selections from among tho most popular men of tho stato. Estimating all the lossos of last year at a high figure, tak ing into considorati in tbo fact that tht Republican party is unilod this year, and figuiingon tho results in elections when tho party has boon united, it is safo to say that Pattison's msjority of 17,000 will bo wiped out and Gregg and Morrison will turn tho tables completely over, lie Creary and Shields will bo olected in Phil adelphia and that city will, in all pro bability, give tho stato ticket 20,000 majority. Allegheny, Lancaster, Bradtord, Blair, Cuestor and Delawaro countios aro expected to give oven bolter than tho old-timo majorities. Lieutenant-Qoyernsr Watres had about 17,000 majority last year with tho stato deplorably against tho Bo publicans and it is not unreasonable to expocl that, with all tho Repub.ican votes out, Gregg and Morrison will havo at least double that. Aye, 40,000 majority would not bo surprising. So far as Ohio, Massachusetts and Iowa aro concerned tho Democrats concede they aro doubtful. This concession may bo taken as an admission that tho states will go Republican. Indeed, tho frionds of Governor Russell admit that ho cannot bo re elected Governor of Massachusetts, Now Yoric is claimed by the Democrats, notwithstanding tho party is dividod, that tbero is a largo decrcaso of registrations in tho Democratic districts, that tho registra tions in tht Republican districtajbavo been increased, and that tho Republican party is united. While thus handicapped tho Democrats will bo kept busy trying to catch up with tho 80,000 Republican miijority above Harlem Bridge. From tho best figuring tho city bolow tho bridge will not givo moro than 50,000 Democratic mnjority and 10,000 moro is expected from Kings county. This wuld still leavo tho Republicans 14,000 ahead. Fassett's elec tion would not be a surprise. No bettor known romedy exists for all forms of Rheumatic disoases than tho Genuine imported Anchor Pain Expeller To be hai at all druggists at 50 cents a bottlo. 3t A Wiso Proeautlon. Tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company has bad placod in evory locomotive on its road a noat littlo tin box, contain! g n piece of linen, a rubbor comiress, a pack ago of absorbont cotton, six rolls of ban dages and a pyramid containing pins, ar ticles for uso in caso of accidont. Thoro are plain directions on ovory box how to mo those articlos boforo a surg'on arrives. Every depot is also supplied with theso ar ticles. Gratifying to All. Tho high position attained and tho uni: versal accoptanco and approval of tho pleasant liquid fruit romody.Syrupof Figs, as tho most excellont laxative known, il lustrates tho value of tho qualities on which its success is based and aro abundantly gratifying to tho California Fig Sprup Co. Opened on Monday. Tho rabbit and partridge season opened on Monday and tbo amount of powder and shot sold last week was vory Iarjro. Noy. 1st is tho date of tho opening of tho par- tridgo season, but as this day foil on Sun day, it was illegal to shoot until Monday. Fhoonlx Phalr. Tho I'lioonix Hose Company will hold a grand fair in Robbins' opera house, com mencing on Tuesday, Nov- 3rd, 1891, It will be.qne of the largest and best fairs oyer held in this county. 10-11-tf Heavy Coal' Trafflo Expootod. Tho Bonding Railroad Company expect to turn out fourteen now locomotives this woek In anticipation of a heavy coal traffic, tbo output boing unrestricted. Many now cars will bo turned out within tho next thirty days and tho buslnoss outlook for this region is very bright for this winter. A Surpriso. Koop your eye on this local. Kcagoy, tbo photographor, will bavobis now open ing in a few days and will have something interesting that will surpriso tho pooplo. tf Stationary packages, C and 10 cents each, at Max Reeso's. tf Good Shooting. We wltnesesd some most excollent shoot - intval narr nn.la.ilaff A n fAflri flint O. I A. Kolm takes tho lead. PERSONAL. Miss Edith Miners spent to-day with friend In Pottsvillo. Miss Mary Jones, of West Oak street, is visiting frionds in Bangor, Pa. John J. Coyne, one of the almshouse at taches, spent last night in town. John Rooso, a student at Dickinson collego, sronl Sunday in town with frionds. John Billor, of town, is moving hij fumily to Frackvlllo, which placo ho will mako his futuro home. L. W. Phelps, advanco agont for "Flor ida on Wheols," was In town yostorday advertising tho exhibition. Edward Mangam, of Philadelphia, on joyed tho mountain breezes of tho largest town in tho county on Sunday. District Attornoy Koch and his assistant, Arthur Shay, spent last night in town, but returned to tho county soat in timo to get in tholr votes for Green. Tho Ladios' Favorites. By perusing the pages of thu Fronch fashion journals republished in English by A. McDowell & Co., 4 West 1 1th Street, Now York, it can readily bo understood how they havo booomo "tho favorites" with ladies. Issued In Paris by dilferont publishers, thoy aro tho leading fashion journals of tbo "Old World." It is not, thoroforo, n matter for surpriso that un biased critics should havo pronouncol them tho best fashion journals over offered to tho American public. It would bo strange, indeed, if ladies did not give un tho inferior fa'hion magazines which thoy havohithoito patronized for those hand somo journals, which aro known to bo a month ahead of all others in giving tho stylos, and contain such valuable practical lessons in tho art of cutting and making dressos. La Mode de Paris and Album des Modes aro rivals f.r tho first placo, singlo copies being 35 conts each, or ?3.50 por annum. La Mode, tho family magazine, h only 15 conts a copy, or 1.60 a yoar. Do not allow news agents to substitute inferior publications for theso, which can bo mailed to you from New York at tho prico3 horo given. A lino stock of guns and amunition for salo choap at Max Reoso's. 10-21-tf Abato tno Nuisanoo. Somo of our merchants continuo to swoop papor, etc., upon the streots, much to tho annoyanco of drivers of hor.-os. Noth ing scares horses quicker than flying papor It should bo stoppod and stoppod at onco. Florida on Whools. Tho car itsolf is built of Florida's most boautlful woods. Tho corners and sidos of tho car aro hiddon by beautiful plants or samples of corn, oats, tobacco, rico and sugar-cano. In ono placo was an allgator'a skin largo enough to mako n pair of shoes for a Chicago woman. Two largo show cases contained samplos of preserves put up by tho bands of Florida's fair daughters. Another caso inclosed specimonsof Florida' a sub-marino products in tho form of coruls and spongos. Luscious orange", largo smooth lemons, mammoth vegetables, tempting pinoapplos, limes, fruits and nuts peculiar to Florida, wero scattered all about in a wealth of profusion. A'ew York World. "Florida on Whools" will bo in Shonandoah on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 5, 0 and 7. Tho car will bo on tho siding opposlto tho Lehigh Valley depot. Now Shoo Storo. L, Goldman has just purchasod a largo stock of boots and shoos at a bankrupt salo at Bethlehem. Theso goods will bo sold cheaper than tbomanufacturnrcan afford to mako them. Tbo opening will tako placo Saturday, November 7th, in Haring- ton's building, on East Centre stroct and Market alloy. Look at tho sign of tho star. To reach tho storo there aro a fow stops to climb, but it will pay you to climb them. Squaro dealing to all. Bo sure to bo on timo at tbo grand open ing of tbo Star Shoo Store, Shenandoah, Pa. L. Goldman, Managor. Anniversary Suppor. Tho Rnscuo Hook and Ladder Company, of town, will givo an anniversary eupper in their parlor, North Main street, this evening. It will be a good spread and a grand timo is anticipated. A fino stock of guns and amunition for sale cheap at Max Reese's. 10-ai-tf WANT A FISH ? For Breakfast ? A Mackornl? Wo havo 'cm. White and fat. Bright and sweof. No oil. No rust, lib, 31b, lib, Hlb, 111b, GRAFS, No. 122 North Jardfn SUw