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alii SHBNAND O AH. PA., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 16. 1S91. ONE CENT On "My Son, Deal With Men "Who Advertise. Ton will Never Lose by It. "--Benjamin ankliii 1 9. It- The Evening Herald. AIiIj THE NEWS FOll ONE CENT. Hm n larger circulation In Buenandoah than any other paper published. Circu lation books open to nil. Aooldontnllj- Shot Ills Mother. LonpoH, Nov. 10. Thomas Beeves, on Englishman who recently arrived at Ivamonl from Nv Orlmmd. hronrVif. I home with hlin h ravolvor. When hU mother and other relatives called to see him, HeoroB displayed the revolver as an Amorioan curiosity. The mother un-' fortunately Inspected the weapon too closely, and it oxplodod, Injuring hor fatally. Heeves is wild with grief. Duui l'edro ltcudy to lloturn PAMS, Nov. 10. Tho nowspapers hero say that Brazil has boon officially noti fied that tho Ex-emperor Dorn Pedro has mado a Btateinont that ho is ready to re turn to Brazil, having seen with pro . found grief, tho tendencies of tho couutry I to dlsmeuibormeat, if the nation wlsho3 him to raturu, and desires his presence among thorn. Conductor Sold for 840,000. FlUHKLiN, Pa., Nov. 10. MUlor & Sibley, proprietors ot Prospect Hill Stock Farm, sold to Charles and Frank lin Ilidguly of Springfield, I1L, their great Electioneer colt Conduotor for $35, 000 cash and ten reserved services. As the horse will command a stud fee of $500, tho price paid for him is oqulva- gient to $4u,uuu. CoNooim, N. II., Nov. 10. A rumoi nas reaouoa nero 10 mo oiroct that thj Sandwich Savings Bank, at Sandwich, has closed Its doors. lion. Jumos O. Lyford, one of tho Stato Bunk Commis sioners, Bald, when questioned, that it 1 likely that thu bank is closed perma nently. Ho said that tho bank was one of the smallost in the State, and its de positors would lose vory little, if any. Other batiks in tho State were in no way affected by tho failure-. l'anlo on the Vlenua llourso. Vienna, Nov. 10. A wild panto oo curred on the VIonna Bourse as a consequence- of the remarks of Kaiser Francis Joseph to the Polish Deputy, Jaworskl, Intimating that tho recont Russian loan had strengthened that nation's ability for war. With a view to strengthen tho financial onivl'M'-a of tho monarchy, sovorely taxed by warlike preparations, tho AustriauJIIlnistrj- Is considering a proposal to monopolize for the govern ment the sale and production of tobacco and spirits. A fino stock of guns and amunition for fttlo cheap at Max Reese's. 1 0-2-1-tf Best work done at Bronnan's stoam laundry. Everything whito and spotless. tains a spocialty. All work guar CENTS PEE YAED FOE n good home-made rugcnri-ot. It is ono of those xlra heuvy camels, made of the best vain and clean raps. Finest line of Velvet Brussel and Ingrain C'arptts In 8b.cn andoah at C. D. FRICKE'S CARPET STORE. TBI' BBBBSBMBKV WE OLABI THAT TKEEE AEE NO BETTER GOODS ! IN THE MAEKET OTTIR, Choice Creamery Butter Iresh every other day Jiancy Bloater Mackerel. Large and Fine. New No. 1 Lacherel White and Fat. from atrt ana stems, jsest jutnee Meat made oj vest materials. line Table Syrtip strictly pure goods. New Orleans Halting Molasses. Chipped Beef. J"U"ST regbiyed Another lot ot RIVERSIDE BUCKWHEAT FLOUR and OLD TIME GRAHAM FLOUR Fresh Ground. Also another car of Best Patent MINNESOTA FLOUR. Equal to anything in the market. NORTHWESTERN DAISY" uincle . ot lUitiuceota Wheat gives satisfaction. Bakes well. Oil Cloths arc selHntr freely, Nice patterns. All prices. Two yards wide lrom 50 cents up. DR. M'QLYNN'S REPLY. He Ilefers to tho Pope's Letter and Cre ate, n Sensation. New York, Nov. 10. Dr. Edward Mo Glynn addressed a lame audlenco at Cooper Union last night on tho admis sions made by tho Pope In his rocont let tor on the condition ot labor, and In con clusion, made the following remarks, which created A sonsatton among his hearers: t "I Intended on next Sunday to talk nbout tho romodlos proposed by the Pope. But som'ethlng sorlous has hap pened during the wook. gjThe news papers, by aid of tho press associations and on tho authority of tho Archbishop of the Diocese of New York and what he has alleged to have recolvod in a letter from tho Propaganda, hare made me the subject of a groat deal of attention I am not sorry, howevor, that tho mattor has again boon preclpltatod. I shall coma proparod on Sunday next to say what I have to say. " I nm the ' unfrocked priest ' and on certain conditions can got my frock book. Istlllhavo my frock, so that Is not true. I use It as a dressing gown nt homo. It is my own nnd I paid for it, and if nn attomnt was mado to take it away from me I could say, I defy you unuor tno American nag. "It It bad thoolosrv to oall mo an ox- priest. According to strict theology I am to bo a priost for all eternity, whothor in heaven or in hell. If I wore called to Home I could wear my old frook or buy a now ono and no one could say mo nay. But I will not anticipate. 1 will come next week with the retrao tion I nm prepared to make." QJWlth these defiant words the excom municated priost bade his hearers good nigut amid deafening applnuso. MURDERER ALMY'S TRIAL. Ho Will Prolmlilj bo Tuken to l'ljmoutli. If. If., This Evening. Plymouth, N. II., Nov. 10. The counsel of Murderer Almy, Hon. A. Burleigh, says he does not know when Almy will bo brought hero, as tho mattor rested entirely with High Sheriff nrignnm. no added that the detente would produce several witnesses at tho trial, but refused to say how many. Deputy Sheriff lloOoy Is of the oplu Ion that Almy will arrive here shortly after 11 vo this afternoon and be taken to tho court houso, where he will remain during the trial. Everything is prac tically In' readiness tor the trial. A Gang of Salo Ulowers Arrested. Ciiioaoo, Nov. 10. Tho largest and .... . . w. i. i.u.i uiau- Izod gaug of safe blowers nnd jail break ers suumi in buucicy-s nistory was mado last night. Thlrteon men were arrostod In tho basement at the Qault House, corner of Clluton and West Mudlson MtrAAtM. Jiml tlila nnnitiaii ...an ........l..- mentod by tho arrest ot six mora in a tuuiu Hb UU Vv OHb JUCKSOU Street. Two of tho men arrested aro wanted for ureasiug tno St. Louis Jail. I'uylnc thu Sueur Ilauuty Slowly. New Orleans, Nov. 10. Tho work of paying the sugar bounty on sugar pro- uucou in iouisiuna is going on slowly, only $102,550 having been provided for thus far. Of this $S2,7s!3 goes to one piantor, Lieon uouehaux. Home of tho sugar manufactured by the old fash ioned open kettlo system is found to fall below tho 80 per cent, limit, and wm, mereiore, receive no bounty. New Clean Currants Free BOROUGH ITEMS GLEANINGS BY THE LOOAL CORPS OF REPORTERS. WHAT THE SCRIBES SEE AND HEAR Rov. Powick, of tho Mothodist Episcopal Church of Town, Dehveres Anothor Ablo and Interesting Sormon. Tho 6eryicos at tha Motbodist Episcopal church Sunday woro of tnoro tbau ordi nary Interest. Tho pastor announced that at tho Eccumenlcal Conferenco of Metho dism ncently hold at Washington tho present week was Bet apart as a day of prayor to God fur tho outpouring ol tho lb ly Spirit upon tho church. After urg ing tho peoplo to observo tho week as mch he announced as his text John XVI-M and II Thees. 1-12. "Ho shall glorify mo: for II9 shall receive of mino and shall shew It upon you. That thu name of our Lord Jesus Christ may be glorified in you and ye in Him." Thero is a community of intorest between tho Lord Jesus and his belioving children. They "havo follow ship'1 that is partnership with each othor tbey are "laborers together." Tlioy are mutually concerned in tho interests of ono another: wo in promoting hi9 glory on earth and ho in promoting ours in heavon. Too often wo are rnoro concerned for tho profits of the partnership than with its ob ligations. Some people in. tho world like some of tho Thessalrnians seem to think that tho chief obligation of God's peoplo is to fold thoir arms and merely wait for tho Lord's return that they may bo glorified with him. His second advont is a vory precious doctrino and very full of comfort. but if it ii to bo of any comfort to us we must do something to "hasten" it by holy living and active working as well as patient waiting. Tho spiritual slotbfulness which waits for tho gospel to domonstruto its in efficiency, and the moral cowardico which grounds tho realization of its hopes upon universal wreck and rnin nro foreign to the spirit of htm who said : "I am not ashamed of tho gospol of Christ lor it is tho power of God unto salvation to every ono that bolievetb." Christ must bo glorified in us It wo aro over to bo glorified in him. And he is glorified in us when ho is on- throned as tho Lord of our affections wbou it is as truo of us as it was of Paul : "To mo, to livo is Christ and todioisgain." Tho exhibition of our faith and lovo in obedience to his commands resignation to his will earnest toil in his vineyard telf donlal and crossbearing tho building of churches tho founding of hospitals tho sending of missionaries instructing tho erring reclaiming the wandering and sav ing tho lost thoBO glorify osus, and must end in our being glorified in him. The Holy Spirit glorifies Josus la interpreting to us His truth and in working In us that which is well pleasing in His bight. Herein is my Fathor glorified, that yo bear much fruit. The sormon in the evening was on "Laying up Treasures is Heavon." Just as tho congregation was about to bo dis missed several persons aroso for prayor and upon the invitation being given nine per sons camo to the altar to givo themselves up to God. In view of this, services wero announced for this evening. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Tho Uest Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively euros Piles, or no payment required. It is guaranteed to givo porfoct satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For salo by O. II. Hagcnbuch. Bald at a "Wedding. There was a Polish wedding in tho First ward Saturday night nnd tho fostivitics wero continued all day yestorday. The neighbors finally tired of tho violin squoaks, jumping and shouting and, upon complaint of Michael Graham, 'Squire JUonaghan had tho place raided. Fiftoen men woro arrosted, but woro roleased upon paying costs and promising good behavior. Strength and Health. If you are not fooling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La G-ippe" has left you weak and weary, uso Electric Bit ters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gontly aiding thoso organs to perform their functions. If you aro afflicted with Slek Uoadache, you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters. Ono trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Largo bottles only COc. at O. H. Hagon buch'e Drug Stcao. Hotel For Kent, Tho hotol property at Lakosido Park (East ilahanoy Junction) for tho year 1802. No ono but an experienced hotol man noed apply. For particulars, etc., apply to O. A. Kelm, Shenandoah, Pa. 11-10 tf Burchlll'a Restaurant. Charles Buichill It now located at corner of Main and Coal streets, Shonandoah, Itogular meals, at popular prices, sorvod any timo. Ladles' dining and refreshment rooms attached. 0-14-tf Coroners' Juries. EutTon Hkiulds I have always be lieved, and do yet, that Intelligence should load the van in tho natno of humanity Lot Intelligence load in this question also How mnny of our deputy ouronors aro thoro to-day holding nffioo who may be "qualified to fill tho offico," but who have not the remotest idea about a coal mino, or its workings? Jurors who aro soloctod tt find an intelligent verdict "under oath" aro genorally men who, never in their lives wero down in a coal miae, or traveled f t gloomy passagpf; and to them such tortus as pillars, broasts, monkey gangways, slants and top splits, elo , aro like so much Grook. But thoro Is anothor evil and, 1 r my humblo opinion, it (hould bo promptlj changed by legislation, is that witnesies who aro compelled "according to law" to appear boforo a coroner's jury to give evidence nceivo no compensation fjr thi- same. This is a burning shamo to tho men who havo reprosonlod tho sons of toil in this Commonwealth for tho last forty years Anothor ovil is tho gossip of tho street: That, in a mnjorlty of cases, tho juror only rccoive fifty conts for their sorvicee, while thu law allows tho magnificent sum of ono dollar. Why this discrimination? Your humble servant would liko to be in formed. And, among tho many othor ovils that exist, is tho difficulty in trying to Had an honest and intelligent verdict. I am ot tho opinion that the ( fllco of a company. or Individual, is not a suitablo place to hold an inquest in. Tho coronor should h Hve a proper offico tor such purposes. candidly bolievo that if nn effort was made to rectify somo of tho ovils that oxist in tho coal field it would bo satisfactory to all parties concerned. I shall endoavor to suggest a remedy in my noxt. An Old Miner, Shenandoah, Pa., Nov. 10, 1691. A fino stock of guns and amunition for salo cheap at Max lieofo's. 10-24-tf At Ferguson's To-night Tbo Baldwin-Melville aro tho attraction announcod at Ferguson's theatro for tho entiro wcok commencing to-night. They open their engagement in Bartley Camp bell's comedy ontitled "Galloy Slave." The to will bo an entire chango of pro gram mo each performance Tho pro gramme for tho'woek wilf.bo selected irom tho following popular plays: "Galley Slave," "Two Orphans," "Lynwood," "Well's Fargo Messenger " "Danitos," "East Lynne," "Queon's Evidonco." Each piny is a novelty not only in namo but in fact brim full of music and comedy as an extra 'inducement. Ladies will bo ndmittod froo to-night if accompaniod by n person with n paid ticket. Admission 10, 20 and 30 cents. Scats now on salo. Revival Service. Uevival service to-night at tho Methodist Episcopal church, at half past sovon. Not Acnulttod. Michael, alias Mickey, Wolfb, who was tried at l'ottsvillo on Friday for stealing overalls lrom a town merchant, whs not acquitted, as reported on Saturday. He was sentonced to pay a fino of $5, tho cost rostore tho property, and sorvo two years' imprisonment. Buy Keystone flour. Bo careful that tho namo Lkssiq & Co., Ashland, Pa., is printed on evorv sack. 3-3-3taw JuoU Glasiooclt's Lucky find. Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 10. While Jack Glasscock, tho shortstop of last season's Now York team, was excavat ing for the foundation of a new residence at North.Front nnd Maryland streets, he unoarthed on old oyster can containing $2,000 la gold and sliver coin and moldy greenbacks. 1hu1 Is Insane. Philadelphia, Nov. 10. John P. Paul, who jumped hla ball In Chicago, was arrested hero lust night. He acted In a peculiar manner and a committee of police surgeons who examined him, pronounced him insane. Ho was com mitted to the county hospital. Cunndiuus to Visit Huston. Boston, Nov. 10. Wilfred Lturier, loader of the Opposition iu tho Canadian Parliament, will arrive iu Boston to morrow, bringing with him 150 Montreal men ot prominence. NEW YORK NEWS IN BRIEF. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob Astor, jr., of New York, yester day. William G. Sohenck, proprietor of tho Wostmiustor Hotel, Now York, died yes terday ot heart failure His death was sudden and unexpected. George F. Kills, aged 00, an employe of tho Hudson River Itallrond Company, at West Albany, has been missing from that place for over a week. State Senator Gilbert A Deane is critically ill nt his home in Copako. Last week ho hud u stroke of apoplexy, and yestorday a consultation ot doctors was held. Eov. Dr. Charles A. Brlggs preached yesterday In New York 011 the Middlo State, to the congregation of the West Presbyterian Church. Ho said that im mediate uanotitloatlon at death h did not bolluvo lu. Try it. for It never disappoints. Dr. Hull's CouKhByrup. Atalldealeis. rrloe IS cents a bottle. Four tintypes for 26 cents, at Dabb's. ti THE RAMBLER ! A COLUMN OF PITHY AND INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. GLEANINGS WHILE RAMBLING. A String of Sploy and Interesting Paragraphs Based Upon the Doings' of tho Day Queer People and Happoninga. Few pooplo in town saw tho eclipse last night. Their sight was oollpsod by the clouds. V Whilo strolling about town yesterday 1 met somo people who had not tho romotesl iJoa of the nature of an eclipse. I do not cxairgorato when I say thoro are somo, or woro some, who beliovo, or beliovod, that an oclipso was, or ii, a huntor's bonanz t, Ono man asked mo what kind of shot was required fur it. Another man thought it was inBomo way connected with tho electric railway aud wanted to know whether it would bo stuck on top of tbo poles, or put on tho rails. Another man Innocently inquired if an eclipse looked liko a ground hog. V Those who failed to seo the ccllpso;lat night will not havo an opportunity to wit ness ono from thoso parts until 199. But whilo wo will not bo ablo to witness an eclipse in tho heavons for somo years to oomo, wo havo tho consolation of having ono at our vory doors on oarth. A gang of Italians started in this morning to oclipse all doubt as to whothor tho electric railway will bo built. Tho oclipso Is dlscorniblo from tho Turkey Run switch of tho P. & It. railroad and a viow of tho Wm. Ponn brcakor is shadowed by the vigor jus movo monts of about sixty horny-handed sons of toil. I wonder if Manager Forguson will givo his patrons tho benefit of comic opora this season 7 Ho is getting into a rut. It may be true, as somo tell mo, that coroio opora companies will not book at tho opora houso on account of tho low porcentsgo allowed by Mr. Forguson, but I hardly think that is the real cause. Mr. Forguson Bhould bo willing to sacrifice a littlo if thero is a pop ular demand for comic opera. It is hoped that tho cxamplo sot by tho laying of tho stono pavomont about tho Egan property at tho cornor of Main and Contro slroots will bo followed by othor property holders. It is ono of tho beet nnd most substantial pavomonts in tho town and just tho kind that onhances tho value of properly. Tho Ashland newspapers havo not given up tho idea of getting tho froa mail do livery system. I wish thorn success. Thero is no greator blossing fi-r a town and I am sure that Shenandoah would rebol if obliged to part with it. V Ashland will not find it as difficult to in troduce tho system as Shenandoah did. The former town has but few Polish or Hun garian residents. In taking a census of tho peoplo who wished to havo their mail de livered horo many of tho Huns and Poles rofusod to givo thoir names, bolloving that tho census wns a dodto to get thoir names on tho tax duplicate. But they havo slnco out-grown that boliof, V Tho chango was brought about by disap pointment when tho carriers delivered mail nt the housos of neighbors, but iailod to givo them away. It is reportod that tho P. & R. O. & I, Co. will abandon its jig houeo noar Maha noy City and put up jigs at each of IU col liorios. The movo would bo a saving ono for tho company nnd at tho samo timo givo employment to an increased forco of men. It is said that good servant girls aro scarco in tho town. I do not think this statomont is strictly correct. I do boliovo that good servant girls aro wary and that oertaln families havo mado them so. Whilo all servant girls aro not augols, it is cqualiy truo they do not find all households heavons. Civility between mistress and servant should be mutual. A mistress who "sizes up" a servant as a mino inulo nnd treats her as such can never hopp to secuio an ideal. To Close To-night Tbo fair in Bobbins' opera bouse, under tho auspice of tho Phoanix Fire Company, will close to-night with a grand ball. Tho fair will bo re-opened at tbo same placa on Decomber 17th, next. Now Wall Papor for 1802. A splendid selection, embracing all tho latest colors and designs, at prices lower than ovor. Large line of parlor patterns, Thoso cheap 25o wiudpw ijiades, with spring fixtures, cannot b wiualled. Call at Mel. let's, 22 East Centre rtreet, Bhould Read It. Ladies should read Morgan's Ttaroaln Bazar now advertisement In to-day's Issuo, PERSONAL. C. T.Straughn spent Saturday veninr In I'oltsvillo. George Johnson, of Morea, spent Satur day in t wii. T. H. Beddall, Kq., attended oourt at I'ottsville to-diy. Mrs. William PIiIUIls return! from dcrantm on Saturday. J. It. Coylo and S. G M. Hollopeter, Eq9.,trai.sK!ted legal business at I'otuvilla to-day. Harry .Mellon left town this mcrning for Philadelphia, where ho will take a position in a drug store. A Little Girl's Experience in a Lighthouse. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott Bre koeners of the fiov. Lighthouse at Sand Biach, .Mich., nnd nro blessed with a daughter.fmr years old. Lat April she was taken down with M ei9 1 os, followed with a dreadful cough and turning into a Fever. Doctors nt homo and at Detroit treated her, but in vain, she grow worse rat idly, until sho was a mero "handful of bones." Then sho tried Dr. King's Now Dljcovtry nnd after tho uso of two and a half bottles, was com pletely cured. They sny Dr. King's New Discovory is worth its weinht in gold, yot you may got a trial bottle free at C. H. Hagenbuch's drug store. Stationary packages, 0 and 10 oents each, at Max Reese's. tt And He's Right, Too Mnnager Forguson in a recent conversa tion gave yent to hie iindignation, at whnt ho torms "tho nck" of tho fly-by-night theatrical snap, which try to securo time at his houso, and bo Lhook his head as ho said "nomorofor me, I'm tirod; I'll know thoy'ro right or they don't got in j this town is good enough for tho best only." Ho certainly has n fino list of attra'tioni booked, somo abovo tho nvorage j ho feo's highly elated nt securing tho gront Now York success, "Sho Couldn't Mnrry Threo," which will nppcar horo for ono night during tho noxt few wooks. Lano's Family Modiclno Movos tho bowols each day. Alost pooplo neol to uso it. To Buy a Now Team. William Donahue, driver for tho Colum bia Hoso Company of town, loft this morn ing for Selinearovo to securn a now tnnrn ol horses rocentiy purchased by tho com pany. 'I ho old team is to bo sold. Donahue will arrive horo with the h to-morrow night, or Wodnesday morning. Hero's a Flyor. Engine No. 61 was turnel out of tho Wenthorly shops last week for passenger sorvico on tho Lehigh Valley railroad. On Saturday afternoon the ongino was tested and in makine tho run from Ponn Haven to Black Creek, with orders for a clear track, it mado a milo in 02 seconds. The ongino pulled ono car and wa9 in chargo of Superintendent A. P. Blnkslee, John Brill, engineer j Osoar Klecknor, fireman: J. P. Schlior, conductor; John Staploton, baggage master s and Milt. Billmnn, brskc man. Gratifying to All. Tbo high position attained asd tbo uni versal accoptanco and approval of tho ploasant liquid fruit remody.Syrup of Figs, as tho most excollotit laxative known, ii lustrato tho valuo of tho qualities on which its success is based and nro abundantly gratifying to tho California Fig Sprup Co. Omega Assembly, Tho Omega Social Club of Mahnnov City, wil hold a November Assembly on Thursday evening, 2Glh Inst, Musio will be furniabo-J by Walbridgo'B full orchestra. Invitations bnvo boen sont to all parts of tho county, many coming to town. ' A Kind Friend. Is what tlicv call lli .t Fnranui Rnlr. K1 Flag Oil, It quickly curus Itheuuiutlsm, fcuruUia, Cut, llrnlte, Ilurns,Horea nud ull pain. It Is good for mauorbettst. ascents. AtKlrlln's drugstore. Good Aorobats. Tho Brothers L' court, who cavo an acrobatic performance at tho Phcenix fair Saturday night surprised the large audienco and deserved the rounds of nnulause tbov reoeived. In tumbling, high kicking nnd oentortiou acts they aro as olever as any ever seen in the town. Umbrel las Given Away. With four pounds of CALIF Baking Powder, we'll givo you a beau tiful aioria Cloth Um. brolla. Guaranteed fast color and as good a you can buy anywhere for $1.50. Baking Powder warranted goou or mouny lofuudul. GRAF'S, No. 122 North Jardin Str