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VOL. VI.--NO. 235. SHENANDOAH. PA.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER d-. 1891. ONE CENT.
- i . . i "My Son, Deal "With. Men "Wlio Advertise. Ton will Never Lose by It. "--Benjamin Franklin i i i i i . The Evening Herald. ALL THE NEWS FOK ONE CENT. as a larger circulation In Shenandoah than any other paper published, Clrcu. latloa books open to all. 0 "VETO BOB" REBUKED. $f Tho Hkuald entertained no doubt Jabouttlie probable result of yesterday's election In Pennsylvania. Wo were convinced that the people of this great ' state were becoming sick of the Pattl-Bonlan-Harrlty politics. Tho great 'vctoer and extra-sesslon Governor typ been a costly experiment, and ere his terra of office expires the people will lose through him far more than Bards ley took. Ouo thing Is certnin-the Presidential aspirations of Pattison are nipped In the bud, and ho will not have a ghost of a show for nomina tion. Tho Bardaley buslncae and the Qiay bugabos have been worked threadbare. The Republicans are an Intelligent people and are willing to make sacrifices at times, but they are not so Ignorant or si easily Imposed i ' upon ai to be Induced to hand over a In re-electing Judgo D. B. Green the 1 Intelligent voters of both parties per- 1 formed a very creditable act, and It Is hoped that the re-electlou will serve as - a precedent In tho future, establishing the election of judges of our courts as non-partisan movements. Quay's bugaboo did not scare worth a cent. Pennsylvania Is good for 80,000 to 100,000 majority for Harrison, Blaine or any good Republican next year. TiiEHis were this campaign too many Wright in and they all got left. McCkeaiiy's election as City Treas urer of Philadelphia gives great satisfaction to his Schuylkill county friends. That golden spoon did the business. m 1-. The elections for this year aro now over. Let us get down to business. CENTS PER YARD FOE a good home-made rag carpel It is ono of those nxlra heavy camels, made of the beat yarn and e'ean rags. Finest line of Velvet Biussel and Ingrain Carpets in Shen andoah at C. D. FRICKE'S CARPET STORE. WE CLAIM TIIAT THERE ARE NO BETTER GOODS ! IN THE Choice Creamery Butter Iresh every other day Jiancy Bloater Mackerel. Barge and Fine. New No. 1 Mackerel White and Fat. irom dirt and stems. Best materials. line Table Syrup strictly pure goods New Orleans Baking Molasses. CJiipped Beef. iTTTST IRiEJCIEIE'VIEID Another lot of RIVERSIDE BUCKWHEAT FLOUR and OLD TIME QUA HAM FLOUR Fresh Ground. Also another car of Best Patent MINNESOTA FLOUR, Equal to anything in the market. "NORTHWESTERN "Wheat gives satisfaction. Oil Cloths arc selling prices. Two yards wide irom FIREMEN'S ANNIVERSARY. Tho Roaouo Hook Ss Ladder Com pany Oolebratod Laat Evening. Tho Koscuo Hook and Ladder Company, of town, with their invitod guosts and tholr ladlos, eolobrated their anniversary In their handso'mo building on North Main street. Tho rooms woro brilliantly lit up and decorated and tho attendance largo. Tbo Grant Band furnlshod tho music and played their very best. Tho banquet was all that could havo beon desired. Speeches, songs and music wero the oidor of tho ovonlng. Tholadios, who had charge of tho tables, acquitted thomsolves In good style. Every thing that was good was there. In abund ance. It was good to hayo been thoro. All who participated wero woll satisfied. Florida on "Wheals. A car sixty-seven foot long, and widor than the widest Pullman cir, onlerod tho yard of tho Pennsylvania lUilroad yester day morning and Immediately switched off on a el jo track. Tho wholo car was covcrod with all sorts of advertisements and in largo loiters wero emblazoned words, which desig ated it to bo tho "Florida Kolling Exposition." Tho first room is tho reception room, which is elegantly fitted up. The wood used is red bay and was grown in Elorida. Tho other room is tho largo oxhibition department. This is finished off in cypross wood alto grown in Florida. Plants of variod kinds aru scattered around tho room in artistic pro fusion.. The walls areoovorod with pictures of eminent Florida man, and also scenes from difforont portions of tho state In the centre of tho room thoro stands a largo glass caso, in which aro all sorts ot curios- itios and specimenproductions of tho stale. Tho largo sugar cano, snowy cotton, to bacco, grains, lusoious oranges, largo lemons and limos, and ovory kind of tropi cal fruit mako ono long to bo in Florida. Among tho curiosities is a largo alligator In a tank. Jersey City Argus. Tho car ro f.rrod to will bo placed on tho Cherry street 6idlng of the Lehigh Valloy railroad to-morrow and will remain thero for thrco days. . 22nd Anniversary. , Aloiza P. Blr.ksloo, tuporintendent of the Pottevillo Branch of tho Loblgh Valley Railroad, and Airs. Blaksleo yesterday colebrated tho 22nd anniversary of their wedding. A celebration In honor of tho event was hold at tho Blaksleo mansion, in Delano, yostdrday, which was attended by u largo number of rolatlves aud friends. James I. Blaksleo and family, Eugono P. Maksloo and family, Asa P. Blaksleo and lharles A. Blaksloo and family, of Mauch Chunk, and many others attondod tho ecoplion. The Fair Open. Tho fair of the Phmnix Firo Company is now open in Bobbins' opera houio and will continue open until further notice. It is attracting largo attoudancos and is well worth visiting. 10-11-tf How to catch a by the hulr. husband grab him MARKET Neiv Clean Currants Tree Mince Meal made oj best DAISY" , luntlc Unites well. of Minnesota freely. Nice patterns. All 50 cents tip. A JUST REBUKE, WRIGHT AND THE HAYSBBDER ARB KNOCKED OUT. EXTRA SESSION "BOB" PATTISON Finds his Presidential Fonoos Fal ling Down How tho Local Campaign Resulted Judgo Green Ro-eleoted. Extra Session Pattison, Boss Harrity and tho other Democratic hogdwlnkors yes torday rocoivod a set back they will never forget. Tho peoplo of Pennsylvania yes terday aroso in their might and put their stamp of disapproval upon tbo conduct of tbo groat reform (?) Governor by elocting Gregg and Morrison, tho llopublio.an ciu- didatos for Auditor General and Slato Treasurer, respectively, by a sweeping ma- ority. The maturity for Gregg and Morrison is estimated at from SO 000 to 40,000, a do cisivo rebuko to tho bypocrilic-tl Governor who is continually howling about bossism and yel kisses the skirts ol boss Itarrily. OFFICE or DEP. SECRETARY' (OMMCrVLTM Tho farmor from Erio and tho advocato of tho corporations from Allentown aro now relegated to their proper positions. The farmer did not run well in town, Morrison giving him a closo fight. Tho election in town was ono of tho moit piculiar hold in yoars. Whilo great Interest, was rcanifestod tho voters did not seem dispo ed to turn out and but two thirds of tho voto was polled. From early morning until the polls closed it was Smith and Green" and "Woll and Wad- linger." At times the rest of the ticket beemod completely forgotten. The first nquiry asked of those who traveled from poll to poll to got tho returns was, "flow's Green? Row's Smith?' Tiero woro hundreds of pooplo who confidentially be lieved that Woll would bo beaten. COULDN'T ltEACH IT. Ono of tbo peculiar features of the con- tost was tho set back "Flat-rail" Franey received from his townsmen. Mr. Franey was a candldato for dUtrict delegate and it was his intention to make an excellent run and show tho Democrats what a bold be had on the town, with a view, of coureo, to urging his claim to tho nomination for Congress next year. Out "Flat-rail" Franey slipped up on bis calculations and (ho S'news crowd now havo an opportunity to condole with him. Ulrlch, the Tamaqua man, boat him in town by 292 votes. Woll and Wadllngor failed to make Iho runs in-town thoir friends expected aid 110 small amount of mney was lo t by tholr admirors who belioved thoy would go out of the town with 300 majority. From what can bo learnod at proeent Judge Green is ro-olectod by nearly 2,000 maj irlty, whl'o AVoll defeaa Smith by about 300. O1 the Poor D. rectorship JIo Glnniss and Ebling appear lo bo elected. Judgo Groen and Wadllngor live in the eamo ward (tho South) in I'ottsvilio and HMWtYT I l-p..-- - fift Green carried tho ward by 209 mnjority. Green's mnj jrity in Pottsvlllo was 709. Tho lolloping is a tablo of tho town returns: WA11DS a 4 Auditor General: 1 Wrleht. D .278 102 1)3 107 127 215 121 Gregg, It 70 wrigui'g majority, Slate Treasurer: Tlldoo, 1) 273 73 121 im 127 121 189 131 aiurnann, n 73 078 1 liuen 8 mnj , 111 Constitutional Convention: For 3)7 IH 2121 127 10i 37 Against 28 78 lURjorny lor, oi. Juiloeshin: Watlliuirer. I) 2711 101 1 0 221 127 122 19 132 Green, It 82 117 Waaunger s maj., 108. Sheriff! Woll. u 2S7 Oi 101 24) 192 120 1P0 187 Smith, It 73 127 v on 8 ting , Juril Oommlssionrri O'Douueil, D 'JKO im Clirlc, 11 ...... 7; 111 10D 22-J 131 118 191 131 U'uonneirs maj., aw. Dlrechr of the Poor: Kollug. D 277 105 104 224 130 110 190 131 ueiiuer, it ,y in Eulltu's maj., 201. llerguo, D XI 105 MeOlnnws, It Vi 105 108 2JB 121 l'O 11)0 137 iiergan's iiirj , 171, Delegate Const at Convention: Ulrlch, 1) 107 1 1 !W7 Kranpy. I) 17.1 77 117 Covlo. It 71 UK n 119 117 238 13i 05 101 uineira hihj. over i rauey, aj2. Delegates at Larue: I'oineniy 2J7 lit) aid 23.-, Demounts 22i! IK 173 14) ltcpubllains 81 81 1U1 1J 03 101 03 The news irom I'hiladelphU is that Alc Oreary is olected treasurer of Philadelphia by over iJO.OUO mnjority. Gregg and .Morrison, aro elected by over 10 000 mnjuriu. Tammany Hall still retains Now York in its clutcliHs. Flowor having defeated Fassell by aboul 21 COO plurality; but Mc ICinloy carries Ohi' by 20.000 plurality. While New York and Mnsstchusetts havo elected Dmnncrhliu G.ivern irs, the li-gUlaturos are Ujpublican. Tbo rosuU in Iowa is in doubt. KCIIOKS. Attornoy "Sam" Hollopeter U tho hap piest man in town. Tho ro-oloction of Judge Green and tho largely increased vote on the Prohibition tio ot from 12 to 53, fills his cup to ovnrfljwing. Lawyer Ulrich, of Tamaqua, mdy well feel proud of tho largo voto ho received in Shenandoah yestorday, with no thanks to the S'7iews. Franoy's ambition to becomo a congress man was knockod out yesterday. The vote in tho borough was a light one yesterday, not two-thirds of it being polled. 1 lie largo Democratic voto in the Second and Fourth wards is attributed to tho in fluenco of tho railroads for whom Wright was tho attorney. It is about timo outside politicians leave Shenandoah alono. They always mako a mes of it. u incn is a rising young man anu is very popular among Shenandoah pooplo. It wasilie ' Hit" rail that did tho busi ness for candidate Frauoy. The follows who counted on Wadlingor's inlluinco to fccuro a licenso next spring fool vrry badly now. Shenandoah has as many ungratoful poo p'o, politically, as thero aro anywhere else. Candidate Franey would undoubtedly moot with groator suoress in building "palaces and balls of commerce" than as a candidate seeking the tulTrages ol tho P'jnple of Shenandoah. Captain Morrison's handsome majority In the Second ward was due to Ma jr Fin ney's personal efforts. Additiinal eltcllon news on second rage) THE JR. O. U. A. M. Route of Its Anniversary Parade To-morrow Evening. Tho following is the route of parado by MKjor Jennings Council, No. 3G7, Jr. O. U. A. SI., to-morrow evening, prfceding tho entertainment to bo given in Forguson's thoatro in honor of tbo second anniversary of tho council: Tbo parado will format 6:30, at Mollel's hall, on East Contrtvtieot, right resting on W hito street aud will re move fn m Ceutro lo Alain i north on Sloin to Coal ; west on Coal to Jardin ; south on Jurdin to Cherry j east on Cherry to llain ; north on Alain to Oak : east on Oik to White ; north on Whito to Coaijwetton Coal to Main ; south on Alain to Forguson's ttieatro. Stationary packages, & and 10 cents each at Max lleeso'8. tf Speaks for Itself. Tho promptnos in pajing losto', which U characteristic of the Hume Friondly Society, was again demonstrated yeitord when the Sunorintondont, William T, Evans, and Agont. P. T. Williams, paid over to tho children of the lato Georgo Carroll, ol Lanlgan's, the sum of J50000, on which only $22 02 was paid. Such actions spaak for thi'inseivos and the com pany will mako mtny new friends. Bled. MULDOON. On tho 3rd Inst., at Shen andoah, Pa., Mary, wife of Henry AIul doon, aged 68 years, funeral on Friday, Oih inst., at 9 a. in. Services in the An nunciation church, in town. Funeral will proceod by carriages to Mlnorsville, whero interment will bo made In St. Vincent d P ul's cemetery. 1M-21 Legal blanks of all kinds for salo at tb Hkuald offlco. BOROUGH ITEMS GLEANINGS BY THE LOCAL CORPS OF REPORTERS. WHAT THE SCRIBES SEE AND HEAR JuBtlco" Again Pays His Respects to the Editors of tho "S'nows," in a Mannor That Ought to bo Convincing. Editor Ukkaxd: I must beg your In diligence to onco more pay ray respects to the bl ckmailing triumvirs of tint sheet known as tho Sunday A'ews. I should not recognize thorn again woro it nut that I desire tjplaco certain organizations right fully before tho public. My previous com munication must havo touched a tender pol and contained moro than ono truth. udging from last Sund iy's issue oi thoir paper. Their ondeavor to place tho au thorshlpof my lotter upon tho IIkhalu Is tbturu, and is only done to draw attention from Iho Biibject of tho communication. Mr. Editor, I think you will boar mo but n tho statement that tho Hkuald had no more to do with writing my previoas letter than did "Alickoy" D lylej and when I call upon "Mickey" or "Dinney" for as- Utanco i: will only ba for want of Hillings- gate to blackon the character ot an op ponent. In that position tho trumvirs aro sit promo. I am pleased to notice that Councilman Uelteriugo has learned a lesson to not again allow tho l)vlos to use him as a tool by which to as'uil certain organizations and ndividuals fur whom their hatred is so grout that th y cmnot, at limes, contr 0 It. I'hey say I attacked Mr. 11 itterldge. I did nothing of the kind. Toe f-iet of tho m it ler i, I ignored thogontlomin entiroly knowing full woll iho author of tho letler. and merely called his attontion to an error which the triumvirs maio him fathor. Aly feelings toward the gontleman woro moro of pity than anything olso. Furtherinoro, 1 am hrmly convinced that ho is sorry he allowed his namo to appear in the iVeics or ho ho'mut now bo satisfied that their only obj 'ct was to striko a blow from am bush at cerjiin organizations, and ciiuio an unfrioauly tooling to oxist batwoon per sons of different religioui bolief. It was for tho latter reason, Air. Editor, that hrsitatod in writing this communication; but I cannot poo certain misstatements ap pear without correclion. In tbo lato issue of tho Sunday &'ews tho Doytos havo tried their utmost to c oate tho mprossion that the petition that was pro tented to the Borough Council had for its hj ct the stopping of the roligious cere monies of tho Lithutnian portion of our p ipulation. They also telographed thi misnatemoul all over tho slalo. "Mickey's' loiters to tho Pottsvlllo Chronicle wero also brought into play in ordor to givo widor circulation, and woro as unfair a presontu' tion of tin facts as it woro possible to bo. It was dono for no other purpose than to work upon tho prejudices of iho ignorant i la-soi of our citizms, to incite them to deods of lawlessness. I havo no respect (or the parson, or persons, who would ttoo so low as to uso a man's roligious bolief for bisown silfiih aims. He is unfit to boar the title of an American citizon. Ho has out lived his timo aud usefulness ho bolongs to the dark ugos, when superstition and out' lawry wero recognized. Now, Mr. E litor, Iho societies in ques tion did hot prop 3so lo stop the dedication of Iho Lithuanian church, They merely potitloned council to prohibit tho desecration of tho Amorican Sabbath, by tho pluying of bands of music on our streets, and in that respect thoy havo tho sympathy of ovory law-abiding and intelligent citizon of iho town, excepting, of courBo, tho Doylos. Tho scenes ona:tod on October 2oth woro contrary to both civil and moral law, and w is not a part of the religious worship of ihoio peoplo. Il is merely a foreign ens-. torn, Not like tho triumvirs of iho A'ews I believe in Amorican customs and insti tutions, and wo bavo no room nor desiro for anything olse. While the law grants certain privileges it does not permit you to encroach upon the guaranteed rights ot olhcre; und that is certainly what was dono on this occasion. This attack by tho A'itmji upon tbo P. O S. of A. and Jr. O, U, A. At. was to havo beon expect"d, judging from tbo past record of that sheet. They never let an oppor tunity pass to. ridiculo the ol Jecte and alms of llieto societies. But, Mr, Editor, wo cannot expect anything olse from that souro, when only last week 0110 of th triumvirs publicly said he would prefor lo carry a 11 tg that represents no nation at all than tho American flag. Trusting that tho blackmailing propen sities of the triumvirs of Iho News will not bo again directed against tbo societies in question I loavo the subject, without fur ther commont. Justice. Shenandoah, Nov. 3, 1691. Florida on 'VVhoels, Nov. 5, 0 and 7, corner Mala and Cherry streets. Buy Keystone flour, lie carnful that tbt uamo Lkbhio & Co,, Ashland, Pa it prlntod on ovory sack. S-S-taw PUBLIC SCHOOL MATTERS. Tho Roport of Suporlutondent Froo- man on Month y Attendance A roxiilar meeting of the School Hoard will be held In the High School building his evening, at 7 o'clock, eluporliitf ndont L. A. Freoman has pre pared the following report of tho per centages of attendances at tho respective) public schools of tho borough for tho month ending Ojtobir20, 1891 : l'EHCE.NTAUBS Dlf ATTENDANCE. High Scheol ailAMMAII DRPAHrHUNT, Seeoml Orad. Miss I.lziets M. n'nnnnnll'a nlniu ... M WJ IU 01 at til 1W Mr A K. I., lokio .Minn I.yilU Eisenhower I'Xrst Grade, Miss Llzile I.el mih Anita engler.. Mi Amelia O Soli eiier.. suss .uiuiallit l'liirclilltl 1'JtlHAItV DKI'AHTJUKIST. l'urlh Urude. Mian Hrldget . Hums 83 MIsb Carrie V. Faust ., m .Mr M. K. I'nnry . tr Mlw Anna U. Mannell 8!) MiMjuneT I,iiiihert hk Mr. James It, I.ewl . 110 Third Grade. tln Aliry A.HUicIt 03 Miss Mangle K OiivuuauKli.... in MiinKllziJ. I'lnniTiy 01 Mr. Prank William i MihS M.ry A. Ijillerly ,. W) Mliw l.lxslH Lobe 110 .Mr. J. w. Burke ui S'conU Grade. MIs Hnlllo K. C.mry 88 Mi wur.v II. Wasloy 91 Mls llmtle H-8 ill Mlm ManiiieC. llmmao ! Mim riiirenre.il. uwi KI MIsh Annie M. Klnnnel l Mlsa 'Inula 1), Harnett - 112 Jlr. Mlcbaul 11. lirltt IK) First Grade. Miss ireili Bliane IK M Im I'Hi rle H111III1 02 MlKB.MuryA Counely , . U Allwli)rln 'O Tempe'St 00 .MPs Kllzrtbelli l.lntoo. ....... 85 Mls lilla M. ' nuier !M Jllso .Mary H, ItobirW bit Mtss ellle II ilnl IH .Miss Idaho KmII, 88 .Miss H.imu IuIiImi Ill Ml Lilllo II l'nllllpi 88 .Miss .laniiau Morrlon.... 1)0 Turkey Ilun. Mr. M. V. Whit 'Iter 83 Mr. Johu U. ".-h uhlng 87 Gratifying to All. Tho high position attained and tho uni versal a:coptanco and approval of tho pleasant liquid fruit romody.Syrup of Figs, as tlie most oxcollent laxalivo known, il- lustrato tho valuo of tho qualities on which its success is based and aro abundantly gratifying to tho Oalifornla 'FiR Sprup Co. "Uncle Isaac." A novelty in stage representations will ba tho production of "Uncle Isaac," with. Mr. Max Fohrmann in his croalion of "Undo Isaac." Tho play has beon pro duced with success in all the larger litics and has tho unqualified endorsement of Hobrow peoplo. The play abounds in do lightful comedy, exciting situations and is inlersporsed with choico singing, dancing; and musieal selections. It is tho only play on tho American stage that represents a Hebrew charactor without caricature or exaggeration, and for that reason dosorvos the sncces6 it has attainod. To bo produced hero tins evening Now Shoo Storo. L U ildman has just purchasod a largo stuck of b iots and shoos at a bankrupt ealo at IJathlehem. Tlieto goods w.ll bo sold cheaper than tho manufacturorcan afford to mako Ihcin. Tho opening will tako placo Saturday, November "th, in Uaring ton's building, on East Contro street and Market alloy. Look at tho sign of tho star. To reach tho storo thoro aro a few stops to climb, but It will pay you to climb thorn. Squaro dealing to all. Be euro to bo on timo at tbo grand open- ing of tho Star Shoo Storo, Shenandoah, Pa. L. Goldman', Manager. A flno stock of guns and sale cheap at Max lteeso's. amunition for 10-21-tf Stone Throwing. Oomplatutis mado that boys attending the Whito street school building throw ttones Irom tbo fchool yard at noon and torment hortos ttanding at tho Lehigh Valley depot. "Angel or Night" I- what Dr. Bull's Cough Hyrup lam been termed by parents, whoso worrying aiirt muitliing children bavo laeu S'Mniitd and cued, uurt nave hccuied Mv-et sliiiub'T iiy using this excellent remedy. rrloe ouly a5 cenU a boti k A fino stock of guns and amunition for salo cheap at Max lteese's, 10-21-tf Four tintypes for 25 cents, at Dabb's. If WANT A HSH ? For Breakfast? A Mackerni? Wo have 'em. White and fat. Bright and sweet. No oil. No rust, ilb, ill), lib, lilb, 1$ lb, GRAF'S, No. 122 North Jardin Strt