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SHENAXDOAH. PA.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1891.
VOL. VI.--NO. 2S3
The Evening Herald.
AM THE NFW8 TOR ONE CUNT.
Uu a larger circulation In Bhenandoah than
any o'tw paper publlthod. Circu
lation books npn to all.
Hjw uo do our conscientious lie
puoib ans feel over the stealing of tbe
New ork Legislature by the Demo
crats . ere ure inoro old women In
the Republican party than is good for
it Demi crate take the bull by the
horns mm do not fear nfter result.
I It Is time the tlepublloau stiffen
ht.r backbones and uuet the Issue
a present- d them and act promptly.
i tV Republicans are going to
ny t'ii3 Congressional district next
tar ill personal matters innet bo-left
s.de -it f he patty ngiee upon some
f good l ' and jiopulur man and vote
1 1 ai d his eleotlon will bo as-
l have lost tuie uiuniut
, 1 - -vial fight. There has
t i'h of child's play;-no let's
ijc u 'o buslnees.
Xj., ... - ixuubK hai probably,
d ring his term, appointed more
j . go than any other President in the
same period of time ice, V
told, nlnety-elateb federal judgoB. It
liaa already fnfle1r President HarxJ.
son s lot to appo forly-threo of
these and lie has yet over a year to
servo in the Preaidotioy. His selec
tions for tv "sa important offices have
renera'ly v hi tbe commendation of
"up M", anion Republican says with
Utt. efkrt of the people Penubylva-
I la a r "ko the next He tier of
J . nody that wouia
f'lv ntsrory, iuut would attract the
' c of the pntire country, that
ould io pointed to as the greatest
i .p.ji'lor o." wisdom, expeiienee
ni r y, iint'i pretent and depaited,
-... ate capital .ever contained.
I it a 1 1 t at man of Dotn patl'tw,
ftxrjt shout f he tate, who are willing
I to "'ctiy it' In the next House of
fARCj Uunmuurg, stand
I IINTti PER. YAUD FOR A
bom -made Rag Carpet; other
jr tj'.,aoo nniuipwarug. aiso
iiii line or nome-maae utair
Itipet" ' usinmera having carpet
iiuot i.ui t own si.oum sonu tnem
1 Litve tticm nuuta Into a first'Olao)
ri, c u. u. FitLuttis,
ISO, 1UH. JAHDlNCyr.
Wonest Goods at Fain
Ah a t gn
In th line of Ouod Goods
usoihw lot tii -Now Country Lard, strictly pure
Ou BJ KING MOZJJSSJSS, 2 tff. or HSc, is strictly
Fee1 h loansnot mioaml floods and the best we can buy.
pur 1ATSLB SYKUJP, at 10a a quart, Is bright
coIjv fine 'flavor, pure suyarnot mixed with glu-
TVli pa a I'anc-frlcc far
I -.v lie n a trial will convince you tliutyou can buy AS GOOB
un Rrllele for Iqi.WBR. VIIICK ? Try a semplu saaJc ot
lour S ANCV MINNESOTA PATUNT aatl lie con-
ivtiicrtl tltat you ouu save money. Wc jftiaraiitcc It too
jpqual to tlic lilfflietjit price!
Oar KtVURSIIMl BUCKWHEAT VI.OUR Is a cUoloe
Itlrlcdand l'rcsli gr!u.
Try NOU rM.w'aSTWSllV
11 ill atn j h a few da
s, a Car
Our Old-Tlme CORN STEAt, let made of new coru-Klln-
Thh If ew York Tribune says thai
"the majority of 180 that began
tumbling into Washington In the
Utter part of Novenibtr have not thin
fur fulfilled either their own pro
gramme or the public expectation.
They came togethei ,not hat monlouBly,
but lu violent collision, l'hey begun
With wrangling over the very question
on whloh they eeemed o united and
harmonious n year ago. They separ
ated Into faotions on the question of
freo trade at the oulset, and iifter
spending weoke in a bitter controversy
onded with a split whloh, according
tolbelrown organs, eemns irremedi
able. On the question of freo silver
llieare equally Inharmonious and
unomlpromlBiug, and the division of
the efllolal spoils Instead of being
made in aooordauue with the prinoiple
of olvil service reform has beeu so
bungling! ilnf thn hundreds have
been (Hwrnuii.il where one lias been
pleated, and the public service, bo far
ne the new men In power on reneli
it, Is borne down by incompetence
aud disgraced by the Iowist partisan
ship." POLITICAL POINTERS.
Next year Uio following offlcora vjlil be
elected in this county: Judgu, Oongreaa
man, six Itepretentatlvea to ttio Lecri'la
tuio, Sonator from the WJ'.h district,, Dis
lilct Attorney and Poor Director.
Among the Republicans mentioned for
District Attorney are MajWIlhelm, of
Ashland, and Shay, of PoUivllle.
Lawyer Lyon, of Mahanoy City, wants
to go to tbe National Republican Oonven'
:inn tnri 'Snnirp .T J C'.julft nt the trai
place, wants to reprwerit this district In th(
The Beooti'l LuKislallva district ought to
be regained irora tho Democrati and can be
if the ri&bt party It nominated next year.
Among thoo named who can accomplish
that fact is Hon. D. D. Phillip!, of Gor
don, and the Republicans will make no
mUt&ke in nominating, him. Lt all
Jealoutlee be laid 'aside next year, and not
only-cm the Second district be redeomed,
but tho Pint, also.
Hiurah for tho Holidayo I
Rlxbl now ws are ready for business
with an immense assortment of ChrhtmM
gift in watchftk, jwlry, silverware, muslo
books, gJd and silver-headed canes urn
breylas, etc., eta. B. R. Dbuum.
All kinds of candies, '20 cents per lb., At
Dunean & Waldley's. 12--t
GOODS Never do at ANY PRICE.
mo invite your attention to
a Name !
m partlaular Imiml oJI'lour,
l'lour lu tlic marltet.
nAIB V" PlOiir.
Load of SALT, Coarse and Fm.
up alonjpide ef Wllllmu A.
ud remain emmllng while
THE MAN SHOT BY CONSTABLE!
THE OFFICER IS UNDER ARREST
But He Will Vary Likely be lle-
leonod After the Verdict of
trie Coroners1 Jury 1
MikeBobWn, wha wa shot abotit two
woht duo, while trylBg to escape irom
Oonstab'e Jero Toomey, died at the
Miners' Hospital yesterday.
John Robbin, brother of the deoeased, At
once swore out a warrant for the arreat of
Constable Toomey. The warrant was
Issued by 'Squire Dengler and eneouted by
Constable Tosh. Toomey made a formal
Hnnenranoe and wal remanded in the
custody of Tush until this afternoon.
This morning Ooroner Ouldiu went to
the .Miners' Hospital aact held a post
moriem on the body, so as to bu piurml
to proceed with the bearing in 'Squire
Dungler'i office tint afternoon.
Tbe reiult nt' the pott mortem bat tfct
bees made Kiiov, n yet, but it ! believed to
beeonllrinatory of Dr. Gallon's statement
to the tflect that Bobbin died from inflam
mation of the lunge. Dr. Gallon attended
tlm man mhllo ho remained in town. At
(bo time be was shot Bobbin hadajwid
upon his ebest that cauod him to cough
heavy and frequently.
The shooting of Bobbin followed a riot in
the Pirst ward on the night of the 8th Inst.
Bobbin and six other Polet attacked ,tbre
Hungarians who were on thoir way homo
and beat them sovoroly, One of them re.
inalned in a critical condition for several
daVs. but Is now entirely recovered. Oon
Bobbin and three of his associate who
were concerned in tbe attack. On the way
to the .lookup Bobbin ran away from
Toomev. who eao cbaso and fired three
shots. Bobbin was recaptured and an ex
amlnation of his body showed that one of
the shots had taken eiTeot- The ball en
terel tbe baok at tbe tenth rib and patted
jnder the tkin around tho loft side to the
front, just above the last rib. The ball
was extracted by simply cutting the tkin.
Dr. CUllen attended tho man and said tbe
injury was not a serious une.
A Littlo Glrl'u Bbcperienoo in a
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trttoott are beepen
of the Gov. Lighthoute at Stnd Uiwoh,
Mich., and aio blfMl with a 3nigMor,ffi--yeare
old. Last April tbe wet taken do v.
with Meatlet, foliowod witli a drear!. j
cough aud turning into a Pet er. Doctor
at home and at Detroit treated her, but in
Vtdn, the grew worse rapidly, until tbe was
a mere "handful of lionet." Then ibr
tried Dr. King's Mew Discovery and alter
the use ef two and a halt bottle, w com
pletely oured. They say Dr. King t New
Ditoovery it worth itt weight in gold, yi
you iaas, gt a trial bottle free at V. H
Hkgeubuob'l drug ttore.
DRjWfl. On the 29cb lest., Kmma. wife
ef Bdward Drttt, of Jonebtrry ailuy, tged
X yean and 25 day. Pinanl on Friday
afternoon at 80 o'eluck. Interment io
Old Fellows' cemetery. Prleedt and
relatival ratpeetfuUy invited to attend.
DA7BNP0RT. On the 81tt Intt, at
Shenandoah, Pa., Kmma, wife of R A
Davenport, aged 86 yean. Funemll will
take place on 8r tcrday, January 2nd, 1003,
at i:90 p. nv, from the late n tidenee, Mo.
8 South Jardln street. Intorment In tbe
Odd Pellows' oumetery. Prieedt and rela
tives respectful y invited to attend. "t
Beat photograebt and "raycos at Dahb'r
At 1st reralar netting last evening W.
Cnuip 188. 1'. O. 8. f A., selected the fol
lowing oilK'.'m to urva for tLo ensuing
term : P. Free:, William A. Ketgey ;
rres., P. U. UopklM, Jr. : V Tret., Wm.
J. James; M. of P., JSdward Dtnks;
Ooud., William E. Powoll ; Intp., Augut-
lut Soboupei 0. 0., Ben. P. James;
BVr, Daniel O. Richa ds-, Treat , J II.
Kurtz; Trustee, eigb te. n months, II. U.
lieisel; A It H., Dttid Jamt-a; R 8.,
Kobart La vson; L b., Wm. Becroft
Gl.a.ilai'j, B. A. Ku a..
tUJvuilan All M the bat and rreatett as.
teruaJ retntdy yet dlvooveied. It c irt rhe-
matli o or enraigitt in one r w iuyi.
Prtee X f oft.
Great I argain1
ulry, ( Itmjnds,
watctioi, c iki, ew-
'ties nni. 1 1' i'wi'1 at
rUJiM St 12-22 tt
Chief of Polios Amour
it on tbe Ira-
C. X. Poluier h visiting friends lu I'hlla
Thomas Grant returned to Srranton on
Mitt Llbbie Faust left for Soranton tfale
Superintendent Brtdigan was a visiter to
PotUvllH on Tuesday.
Letter Garrltir John It. Boyer Is Off duty
oo account of tbe grip.
Oliver Eisenhower, a typo, left for
'Wilkes Brre yrstrday.
J. M. Boyer returoed home from Prevt-
dtnee, R. I , last evening.
Messrs. L J. Wilkiotoo d J. M.
Uillan visited New Vork this tk.
Lieutenanl Daniels, of tbe GjoI & Iron
polio, bat not yet fully recovered from
Mrs. Orr and Mrs. Uloking, of Mahanoy
City, were in town last evening visiting
Miss Emma Broome, of Sbamokln, U
vitUIng Mrs. Daniel; 111, Jr., of North
Michael Moaklri', father of Councilman
Moekler, of the Pirtv ward, Oiu un Mon
Miss Jenoie Go?n daughter of our for
mtr townsman, rilephen Goho, it vUning
relativat In town.
Lewis Like, Jr., who bed bit hand In
JO'ed tome weets ngo, it about again, but
net fit to go to work
Poor Director Tracy was made bapin
the other dav bv tbe p e.ental'on, from bit
belter half, of u girl baby.
G. R. Doscoo. the pie s agtnt of tho
Philadelphia & Reading lUllroad, it quite
popular with tbe newspaper people.
Sol. Poster, Jr., i anvapplieant for the
Secretaryship of the PaciBc Railroad's
Commil.ee wbich Hon. James R. Rollly
lias the giving.
William Leokie, foimeily Of town, id
eido foreman of the NoUlngham oolliiry,
L. & W. B. (.'. Co., at Plymouth, has
le'ifned his position to accept a similar
position with tho L. V. Coal Go., at Pottt
A Oood Hiding- Plai.
Omh iiv nut wank a. ilr nUaw Ijmk)
ou the pavement near net reiaui c 'ir
voutly searching for something. Her ac
liont attracted the attention of the neigh
bote aud they gathered about her in large
numbers. Some suggested Umt the woman
was about to fall into a fit and otheia said
.he was suffering from St. Vilui's dance.
""What it the metier?" attend one of tbe
neighbort. "I've lost a ton dollar bill,1
wat.the reply. Then there was a genera)
search, but tbe misting momy oould not
be found. At last the loser Kid'1 the would
go back to her bouts and look for tb
bill. At the tnadu a tt p a neighbor
shouted "There it it 1" Sure enough
there wat the wloked len.dollai' bill lying
on the road. The loter't loot had covered
it during tlie excitement. This story
vouched for by tuveral residents of Souib
An Offer Declined.
We are in reowpt of art offer of an ad
erlittaent which al'no"-. kbv newspepe
man will jump tu accept (d but whloh w.
mott rneetfully decline In ad.idon to
pejing fell ratet for tbwe months, for
oonlpicnou", pleee in tbe !1ai.d, t
would-bc adverlwer tayt: "At an louuoe-
nRt tu you to give the ad. a coetpiouou
petition aod tollable edU'-lt rotice, I
hereby agre to pey you the tan uf'Svo
bandrad dollan, In Unlied State money.
W any perton nkviog rtad the eMaebed ad
rlitement In your Journal, shall ttain
any estate or lortunt through my eiorlt!
nd this h&:i bo your voucher for tbe
At greet bargain, a ftril-elatt line of
teoiMd liand tlovtt, range aod beaters
both double and Muuie neater, ana ever.
stove tMinuiled. (Ml and tee teem
tbey will I told at a teor iSoe, to elite ou
tbeMook, at Ho. 181 ftmh Main tueet
(Krennan't building), rjbentndoab, near
SUam Laundry. 18-80-tf
Caeh Box Stolen.
"William tteyuiantky, the North Jardin
tireat butcher, loaded hi wagon preperatory
to going upon hit delivery route and plaor
a cigar box uculnln .i. change uud
tbe teat In the wagon. SaymeMky then
ran aerow the street to bit residence aed
during his abteaeeef two er three minute
the oath box wat stolen from the wejon
The celBbraled iru; orUd "Anohor Pain
Kite ler ' is tbe banjy iHiet fur all farm
of Rheumatic diseases : tout, Spralnt,
Neuralgia, Baekacbn, Ac. I' enett hot SO
eenU a bottle, aud If you need ooOMnoin
before buying send to 1' d. Kichtc, 810
Broadwiiy, Wow York, 'or tt f vali nbln
bwk, "Guide to Halih, witJ ii.dirK
ment ol pron inent hyi Lions, i w 'I
mailed free oi olif'g. .t
Por HoUdsy Gifts
011 a-id -i the une Lnd-..ninted a-tlcles
of Cbinw.t e tbe work oi Miss V rgi
Hollopeter, of'ovn, ntw yhibi !on
and sale at 1 - irtby's drug
THE DAY'S DOINGS
PBNNINGrfl ON LOCAL BVBNTS
BT OUR IVBPORTKRS.
OST OFFICE HOURS. TO-MORROW
. Butcher Monrna the Lorn of
His Often Box A Pleasing- Af
fair in Meilefs Hall Latrt
To-morrow, New Year's Day, tbe )Kt
aWee will be open until 11 o'olook a. ra.
Tbe carriers will make lbs 6 o'eloek a. m.
collection aud 7 and 10 o'elook a. ra. de
liveries and oollecMoM. Browntville,
Yatesvilte, B'lengowan and Turkey Bun
will be served with the 7 a. m. delivery.
Money ordert and p nal notes will notbi
rueJ or paid,
THB POLITICIANS 8TIRRBD
By the Annual Appointments of
Special to the li KB A ud.
J oTTTiUJt, Use. 31. This town was
crowded by politicians from all parti of the
c .Minty and all were In a most lively frame
f rnlncT. Some are in a Joyous mood,
while others devote a'l tbeiripnre moments
to muklrg threats fpr the luture. Count
OommUslonen Bowes end Rtod have
formed a compact by whioli, it w under
stood, tbey are to make all tbe appoint
meets this year. The appointment yester
day of Walter Htoveneon, Republican, r.
Mercantile Appralter, wat in pursuance o
that comnnot and tbe adoption of tho
wholo t'ato U uow looked for- This wit
leave County Commirstoner DeTurk out In
the oold. Up to the lime of Stevenson's
appointment be had been left under t.'ie
Impression that bo would l.e allowed lo
hung up by Rowe and Reed provide for
tbe removal of Waiden 7dgler, Clerk J.
S. Snyder, Young DeTurk, the clerk of
tbe Jail, And several others.
Po-rrevrtXB. Deo., 1:80 p, m. It watte-
peeled that tbe appointments under tbe
Bew-Red slate would be made by non,
but the expectation! are not realised. No
tr. point men's betide that of Stephenson
hat been made. In the language of Jceb
Billing", "There is a heap of thiakin'
Town and County.
Scarlet faver pievaiU tu Delano.
I. Rjbbint hat meat nvirkel In town,
Tamtquu, Polltvtlle and Girardvill.
Wm. Breutian, broth er-i i-inw of Bher-
la'-eleot Wool, bat taken cwera of tbe
N Ttbestt hotel, formerly menagtd by
The letter carriers have been hard-
worked tbe past week and several days
oraviou to Christmas, and their service
have been kindly appreciated by tb
natrons ot tbe olBue.
John Oiamer, a baehtlor, aged 65 year,
wao found dead In bed at Mahanoy Plane,
Uhrlttmat morning. Among hi etfoott
wtt 1,901 in money and one note on Ue
Vint National Bank of Shenandoah for
ttXH, and Hnotber for 60. which wet a ur-
pr.-1, h be wet thought to be without
meai.B. Hit death wat due to heart dit-
cue. Hit only known relativt, a nephew
living in Mew York, wet immediately oo
tid J and came on and took oUargo of the
Old Ontper Konter, belter known at
"Tim Vt'imaawk," a gaunt, strange look
lag old man, half blind, died at lilt homo
in Jackm'P't on Sunday. He livfd ir
ktahatoy Oity for several year, aed dur
log the time of the "death-bed" Into -ance
oraae, old Kontsler, who tbeu appearnd to
be on tb verge of the grave, was loaded
down with lithe.
'Squire Wltlltmt tent Hiram Neitwin-le-,
Edward Loutavat and Hamilton Hot
kin to Jail on the charge of larceny.
Capk Willonghby Searlee, aa old caeel
boatman, wnt found dead in hU eanel mm'
Crand Btatortainnuwt To-oUrb
Tbe Dickinson College hojrt epptv -1 t,
PotttvUlelatt dlght tad teornd a great
tecctet. Pr4. Putton't rrntlitiari ol the
Rnglith on ra wet flee. MY, fo Uu
onnjo olayint wa etilieit II. o.
mude a greal bit -I'u uil'e t'i ' ' I
.t j'uigutnn't theitn thi evui.ig. I
A Ploiaani p.irty.
'Ihi 'In, 'tut Yu ng Pi opi - Lm l d I
a box r i'il m ttetM't h..U 4 tv nitig I
Anout 75 oouples were present und n. yed ,
themteli.! witn gtmi and 'thor ,'taiii M. I
R ifivshDvuit w 19 ear . el (
R; yt do a, 'tit
THB BROOKVILLU WATER CO.
A CtorreDontenc'a Rennrt of a.
V sioiiary Meet in?.
EruTOK HKRAun : I had a drei.rti the
thor ninht and one of the most .'rikirg
neotioK bad been called for the purpose of Oc
ibciiMing ;he rubjct of water works lo QC
mo place. When I uw"ke tbj vision rdV c
oained disiiuot and I ooucluddd to tt
u writing and send it tu you tt public ayj
lor. I hope to tea it io 3 our column.
am lure the thro id f Not running
through the line of .ctioa, nau read by i
ne blind man retMing next door to m to'
the denf man in tue next otuck, will causa
merriment enough to Induce the duaf man
on the opposite ide of the street 'o shout
' Hurrah." I have supposed that t he vis
lonary .meeting whs that of the li'.ack
Orcck Water Cou-1 m, . Here it U :
Chairman Elbti;dd. "Cum tor a ar.
gonelmen; w wilt now nereeed wid bis
Mr. Blamall: "Brudder Chnrman. dis
yrr water quetton "
Mr. D'Oylo Tong: "Mr. Blamall, If
yer will allow mo "
Mr. Tbinkin: 'Sow, Mr. Chairman,
dlt yer business ROi " j
Mr. iio.leukuw- '( der genolmnn
would allow nv., I wou.d like"
He Prailknr'e : "It 'peart ter me dal de
on'y way to get at dlt "
Mr. Am us : "Mr. Ohartnan, what am
de ute ob all dis yor "
Mr. Were Amii "Now I don't seo
nulhin' in dlt yer kind of "
Mr. Onnr de: "Dor way to perreed wld
dityer Li-oesv "
Mr. Sboufly: "I wmild like to atk wht
an. titling fer'f If "
Mr. Gelrlch! "Mr. Obairman, I effer
dete rctolutioes :
WnKaaxe, Deietecmt to be tome ap-
prebention on de part t.b de public dat 1
yer water oompany am not doin' m'l.hiu -,
Wiijcukas, Dit yer water oompany am
R.'oltd. Dm tbn nrocoedinei of dla ver
uieetinn b pnnten in der nowtpepera i-r
der (.ubllk't intoruiation.
Wm. Penn, Dc 20. 1881.
Strenirtli ana Health.
Uy Kle;lrio Uiliou. If "i o ,,,,,
left you weak anu weery, ute Klectrn-
tert. Tbit leciody actt directly on r,iV'
Stouuoh and Kidney, gently aiding i .
organ to perform their lunotioDf
are tfflioled with Sick Headache, , -,wil
llnd tpewly and permanent relie' y Uk
Electrlo,Bltter. One trial wl . couvi'c.
you that this it tbe rer.ed', juu or a.
Lai ge bottles only 60a. ut '.. H. Ufgcu
buoh't Drug StMe.
Don't be Alarmed
At bat been ill outtom lor year", lb-
Gjlumbia Hoe Company Hiring the .10.
vear out and tbe new one iu to-n g t ry
sounding the bell iu the towc. . n m
aunounoement it made a., a n lice to i'ie
public, to that there may hj no abrm
whon-the bell It tmnded at the time slated.
Dolls 1 Dolls 1 Dolls I
T-ircert and bet atori,meet
is d uvdj and d retted dolls 88 c
1 ' all duorlptlnn. All the latest kim
puix i, p dure and story books. -1 1
tgurot, chioaware, etc. Handsun.o pn -irre-mn
lor Oarittmt. At McluaX
S t 0ntr ttrtet
School Pireotor Hubert A. Du
tnocroi the lest of hi beloved wir, , I
wno dled'thil ..ornlng after a lrn 1
Mr. Davei port was but th r'.y-liv
of agr- and at a miober ! in
hurth and a Ua tiler in tbhu'n;.iv
she proved lieree if acbriitieii vom-1
Davenport ha" tno devp"tt iym
the oommualty . r be, in a1
-ad benevemeut, ft conic
ny a severe attack ol La Grip
For the bott gold and
seenterlee go 'a Oscar Vn
Main street. Kye teeted fr
I t. a,
j r tt
dlumrnr was a '
(Xulia, l'oi.K Broiici
OllM It It fAUTllll 1
ttitai uiil .
muu. nii-TI' him 11I
OHA IN 0?i!
Thfty are tht
load of them