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r TIIJC 9 g f HERALD'S SUCCESS HERALD'S SUCCESS jf- Is gratifying to Its Is gratifying to it U ; Large Circle of Readers. Large Circle of Readers. ' r Alib T1IJ0 NEWS 1TUH OWE QEHT. f & ALL THE NEWS TOR ONE OBJiT. IVOL. VII.--NO. 157. SHENANDOAH. PA., FRIDAY. JUIAr , 1892. ONE CENT. Special Sale. Wash Dress Goods at Bargain Prices. " Theso are tho same goods that aro adver 4 ised as bargains by other stores at 12tfc our Jj price Is 8c. All tho best styles now In stock. -morlcan Challies, 4 and 5c. The 4c quality we offer is equal to tho Bo rade of other stores. Our Bo lino embraces tho newest styles of tho season. ouble width English Serges, AT 10 CEXTS. Our Directory. jplfc P0J5T1 OPFIGB OIIUI IUIIV4UMIII Offlcn hours from 7:30 a. m. to 7:30 p.m. Money Order and Kcglstry De partment open from 8:00 a. m. 10 t .w p. Tnllmrlnff In n, schcdulo Of tho arrival and departure of mall trains. Mall matter for despatch must be In tho office thirty minutes ooioro tho timo given below: Arrival. P.M. A.M. 1:40 4:21 v We show one hundred styles of this famous j rash goods, overy color fast regular 15c aiuo, 8 yards make a lady's dress. Iast Black Sateens, Plain or Brocade. tVe have the following grades 120. He, 30c. 25o and 37Hc. Fast black India lawns and i plain whlto lawns In all grades at reduced prices. 'emnants of Embroidery Flouncing. Wo offer our entire lino of dress patterns i of embroidery and all remnants at half price; J all widths for both'.misses and ladles. 4 L. J. Wilkinson, J0 S. Jtt 8henandoaht Girvm, Duncan and Waidley. A new and handsome lot of 2:20 8:00 8:18 mo 8:00 1:25 1:23 1:23 2:20 T:40 8:18 1:40 2:20 8:18 2:20 8:18 2:26 0:08 0:45 0:08 0:50 0:03 0:03 0:60 0:58 0:50 Destination. ( Phila., Western 1 and ( Southern States ) Departure. A. M. p. M, 7:20 9:03 11:30 12:62 3:08 8:00 ( New York and East cm states ( points on Li, t -j Asland. i Glrardville, and East-1 cs and . V. 15. K. j 9:08 7:20 ( Uaven Hun, Centra-1 -j 11a, Mt Carmclnnd ( tihamokln. ) 12:52 3:0S 8:00 1:3. 7;00 1:85 7:00 1:40 7:00 Pottsvillo. Mahanoy City. 7:20 11:30 7:20 0:03 11:30 2:50 6:20 2:60 0:50 0:50 IMnhanoyPlano.Lostl 11:30 2:50 i Creek and Shaft. ) 0:00 Frackville. 1- 7:20 2:50 Carriers mako a cenerftl collection at 0:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m., and a general delivery at 7:15 a. m. and 3:15 p. m. Additional deliveries and collections aro made In tho business part of Luwii i iu;io a. m. ana z:w p. m. Flro Alarm ISoxes. The following list shows the location ot tho alarm boxes of tho Shenandoah Fire Department: LOCATION., 15 Coal and Bowers streets. 16 Bowers and Centre streets. 24 Brldgo and Centre streets. 25 Main and Centre streets." a Main and Poplar streets. 35 Main and Coal streets, 42 Gilbert and Centre streets. 43 Gilbort and Cherry streets. 52 Chestnut and Coal streets. To send an alarm open the box, pull down tho hook once and let go. When an alarm Is sent In the Are bell will sound the number of the box and repeat the alarm four times. now TO LOCATE ALARMS. If the alarm Is sounded from box 15 tho Are bell will strike one, then pause and strike five which will indicato that tho fire is In the - - ? j - . wuui s i iuur umea. pieces, some ll pieces. Prices. to !5.U. Call to sen Jiem value Will astonish vnn. CV rrMi fAtif-Afi 4.1. .1 . -- s vuuijiiaua Lilt- vim u nces will sell them ouick. Ve cannot guarantee to dupli- a.xe tins lot nor to maintain llPKP nrirpc nrt l,r n4 We have iust opened a lot of nOTTR cilwf VtiJvftti nA m W.A AA 4 V (Ll 1 1 1 iriis. jus brand oi goods, nor in the market. Every ,iece guaranteed to your satis- iction or money returned. ' I Our price, $3,50 per set, GEORGE THE GRABBER THE LATEST SCARE GIEIiS SAY HE TBIES OATCH THEM. TO AN EXPLOIT ON GOAL STREET A Condition of Affairs That Calls for a Roprlmand All Around Flirtation a Contributory Evil. South Main Street. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla, When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla, When she had Children, she gave them Castorl CARPETCSWEEPERS, 12.50, K.00, 13.50. At FRICKE'S, 10 South Jardin St. T, STEAW, A A T m I .1 1 1 r-v iT"AJ-iT, I'JUUU. J WW ) 1 t i . 1 Alt J ii i -a i o Cars Choice Timotliy Hay. Extra Quality Small Bales. O1 STRAW. tsMALL HAZES. OAR OF S-A.IjT. Fine and Coarse, ONIS CAll OF JimESOTA DAISY" Flour Quality the Beat. Price the Lowest. AT KESITKR'S ESTEKDAY aft or noon complaint n made at the Herald olDco that "some nasty old thing" was mak ing hlmeelf n eourco of great Hnnoyancoon tb.fi streets of town at night to "young ladies who attend to thoir own business." Tho complaint was amended to eet forth that "it is too bad the poller) Jaro not around to arrest euch pooplo," A HERALD reportor was font out to investigate tho matter and ascertained that on Wodnosday evening two young girls ran up.East Coal street, from White street, screaming for help. They (topped at Mr, Tunnah's houao and tho older one who was about fifteen yoars of ege, fainted. Tho younger one. aged about eleven, was not uQected so much. The girls claimed that an unknown roan had attempted to grab them at the corner of Coal and White streets. They refused to disclose their own indentity and could give no information that would lead to the indentity of the alleged "grabber." Policeman George Holvey was on hand and gave chase on a scanty clue given him, but was unable to find any tracooftho "grabber" or any one who looked like ono. If there is a "grabbor" in existence it is only a question of time when bo will run to the end of his rope. O'Donnell, the mountain phantom who kept the people of West Line street in a state of excitement lpr some time, eventually landed behind the bars and, to all acconnts, has been cured of his freaks. But the truth is thoso mysterisus fiends aro now wholly to blamo. Tho Coal street alarm of Wednesday niaht has brouzht forth storios of repeated insults offerod young ladies at the Lehigh Valloy depot and tho police aro censured on all sides for lack of vigilance. Now theto is another version which sets forth that thero aro a nuiittbsr of tenderlings with pretensions to young womanhood who frequently figuro In "grabber" scares. They flirt and play tho coyjgamo to tho top notch and when eventually they appreciate tho peril of tho situation thoy alarm thn people. A case in point occurred near the corner of West and Poplar streets, a section of tho town known as "the rocks." ' A young man and woman were in a secludod spot ana wore behaving in a most disgraceful manner until thoy discovered they wore being watcbod. Then thoy ran down tho street, the girl giving vent to a scream of surprise and mortification. The people who saw tho couple fleo at once concluded that a Hungarian was chasing a young woman who was innocently wending her way home and there was another cry of indigna tion ovor the laxity of police surveilance. In this case .the Herald has positive proof that tho man who chased tho young woman had accompanied her during tho evening and bad not the couple beon sur prised the people In tho neighborhood would not have been alarmed. In the Coal street and othor cases the cir cumstances may bo different, but a romark able feature about tho majority of such cases Is the Inability of the parties who craito such alarms to give tho ellgbtost cluo to the offenders and their anxiety to avoid publipity. A conservative view of tho mattor would letd to tho conclusion that tho best method by which "Jack the Rlppor," "Konnody tho Kisser," "flughey the Hucgar" and "George tho Grabbor" can be corraled is for parents or tho polico to pull some of the strippllngs off the streots at nicht. Meanwhile a sharp lookout can be kept for tho alleged offenders. And THE OFFER DECLINED. Now Will the .Joint Commttteo Advertise for lllds. Tho famoui joint committoa on public wtor works held another meeting In tli Council Chamber last night and the sccre tary found upon his doak a noto which road substantially as follows! "To the Joint Committee on Water Wnrkt "Gentlemen : Your communication of tho 21th inst., making proposition to tho Shenan doah Water and Gas Co., (or tho purchase of pmub ui to.iaaj recHiveu. ino pneo namea oeing entirely too low, tno oner Is respectfully The reading of the water company' answer was followpd by silence, broken by a motion to put it on file. The motion was carried and was followed by anothe thBt tho Joint commltteo advertise for bidi for tho construction of tho proposed public wa'er works. This motion was also carried l'KKSONAL. Cbarlos Striegol, of l'ottsville, Is in town Richard Rowso, of Altoona, is visiting roiativcs In town. Hugh J. Evans, of Wllkes-Barro, is town to spend the Fourth. W J. Roweo, spent Wednesday evening at Kingtown, tho guest of M. S. Rings. Thomas U. Jones, Dauphin county, was a visitor to town yesterday on business. W. J . Johnston, of Haz'oton, was in aV tendauco at tho Johnston luneral this after noon. Jc.mcs H. Dalton, the N. Jardin street cigar dealer, was in Reading on businoss yesterday. William A. Cather, of Bluefiold, West Virginia, ba3 joinod his wife in town visiting friends. Michael Tierney, formerly of town but now of Roanoke, W. Va., is in town the guest of his parents. Master John Dinklocker is Ijing serious ly in at tno resldonco of his parents on Worth White Btreet. J. a.. I'. Bcheifly, who suffered from a severe attack of illness tho first part of the wees, Is able to bo out again. Charles I. K. Rosenberg, of Philadel yum, representing a numoor 01 ocean 6teamship companies, was in town yester day. ,a. liino, formerly foreman in tho Herald office, has been missod from iteading lor ovor a weok past and his family is anxious as to his whereabouts. .Misses Carrie Smith, Jennie Heaton, Corinno Ttmpest, Annie Rurk and Nellie Buird, and Joseph Burko ere attending tho commencement exorcises at tho Rlooms. burg Stace Normal school. Dr. J. O. Riddle, Superintendent of tho Minors' Hospital, and his wifo.loft for Now lork to-day and will leave that city to morrow for Europe, Tho doctor oxoects to Da gono about throe months. Wo wish him and his lady a pleasant voyage. Full lino of groceries at the Ready Pay store. BEDTJOED BATES The Ladles. Tho p'easant effect and porfect safety with which ladies may use the California liquid laxative Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes it thoir favorite remedy. To get tho true and genuine article, look for tho namo of tho Otlifornla Fig Syrup Co. printed near tho bottom of tho pack-ago. Green and Pay store, smoked meats at the Ready Killed la tho Mines. Peter Novltsky, a Polo residing on "tho rocks" was instantly killed yesterday by a fall of coal in tho Turkey Run colliery. Fireworks I Fireworks 1 The largest and finest stock of fireworks, wholesale and retail, at Max Reese's. . t( Fruit syrups and root beer extracts, either making cool and refreshing drinks, at the Ready Pay store. , ovor tuo l'ciiusrliHulii Il.'illroad to Xnvr York City. Hot tho convention of the Young rooplo's Society of Christian Endeavor, to bo held in New York City July 7th to 10th inclusive, tho Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany announces that it will sell oxcursion tickets at ono first class limited fare for tho round trip by routo traveled on con tinuous passage tickets. These tickets to be sold July 5th to 7th, good going only to reach Wew York not later than the 8tb, valid returning July 10th to 16th inclusivo, 'Uclcets, however, may be extended until August 16th if deposited with agent of committoo on or before July 15th, to bo hold by him and only surrendered to pas- songer on date Journey is commenced. The "Hustlers" Won. Tho Shenandoah ball park was tho scene of an exciting game between tho "Ram biors" and "Hustlers." Following is tho score: RAMBLERS. I ltimi-OA El McAltster...! l Glover .0 0 Owen......I 1 Grant ..-0 0 llvuns ..1 l ltccso 0 1 Sugars .0 1 l!eilly....0 0 lloppes 0 1 1 J Monae'na 7 l'lfelly....T.....3 3 lllliKBins 1 0 O llollopetcr.l S 1 fcnnlan 1 0 O Earley 1 1 0 Coyne 2 1 2 A S.'onag'n..l 1 0 J Cosgrove.l nusTLEns, It III! PO A E 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 87 17 6 12 12 27 18 4 tamed runs, 1; two-tao hits, Iteese, Hig. gins, Monaghani stolon basos, Holly 3, J.' Mon oghan 3, McAllister 1. lloppes, 1; basoon balls by Kelly 3, Glover 3; strucli out by Kelly 0. Glovert. Umpire D. Reillv. ' rooturo of tho game llati " 'i" i"" "y a. juonugnan, lteturn gamo Thursday, J uly 7. Why suffer with Rheumatism, Gout, In fluenza, Pain in tho Sido, or kindred com plaints, when tho celebrated imparted An chor Pain Expeller will give you happy relief? 29 priz medals awarded to tho manufacturers of this valuablo preparation. 60 ienta per bottle. Sold by O. II. Hagen- buch, P. P. D. Kirlin, J. M. Hillan and othor druggists. 3t All sizes of window screens can bo hfid reasonably at the Ready Pay store. Camp Meetings at Vermillion, O. Excursion tickets on sale via the Nickel Plato from June 21st to August 23rd at very low rateB, Tickets good returning until August 20th. taug20 Coughing1 LoadB to Consumption Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at once. THE FOURTH OF JEYJUESTION STATEMENT IN BEHALF OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE. NOT TOO LATE TO GET TOGETHER Boor. tary Scanlan Explains tho Circumstances That Led to tho Arrangomont a for tho Joint Parado. N an interview to day concerning tho article In yostordiy's Hkr ald rolatlvo to tho Fourth of July parados M. J. Scanlan, the T'crotary of tho joint committee on parade said, "Tho facts about tho parade matter aro thcso: Tho joint commltteo was ap pointed anil tho notice inviting societies to meet in tho A. T. A. B. hall had been published in tho Herald boforo the flag raising committoo invited the St. Patrick's Society and Annunciation T. A. R, Society to participate in their parade. When the committeo called upon mo with tho invita tions I told them that they woro too late. but that if they would attend tho joint committee mooting tho noxt Sunday tho matter could be satisfactorily arrunged. The fact is, tho St. Patrick and Annuncia tion societies must parade on Fourth of July and tha by-laws of tho societies pro vide for a fine of two dollars on each mem ber who fails to parado on that day. Had wo received tho invitation of the flag raisors in timo we would have accepted it, but as it did not come we organized tho joint committeo, which intends to have a parade in which all tho societies of the town will participate. I met ono of tho flag raising committee this week, told him tho circumstances and askod him to havo a committee at the meeting of the joint committee next Sunday. He said he would try and have tbe matter attended to, It is not too late to make arrangements for ono largo parade and If tho flag raisers will send a committeo to tho meeting next Sun day everything can be satisfactorily arranged." Domestic and imported pickles in bottles at tho Ready Pay storo. CHEAP TBIP TO NEW YOBK. low FnreK, via Heading- Itullrcmcl, to the Christian Kmlctivor Convention, Tho Eleventh Annual International Con vention of tho Chri'tian Endeavor Sociotics will meot in New York City July 7th to 10th, and will bo a monster gathering of chiistian workers from all ovor tho globe. Tho Reading Railroad will sell special ex cursion tickets to Now York on July 5th, Cth and 7th at the temptingly low rate of a single fare for the round trip. Theso will be good to return until July 15th, and upon compliance with certain conditions, which will be explained to purchasers, thoy will be extended until August lS'.h. his not only places attendance upon tho convention within tho reach of evorybody Interested in its objepts, but it affords an unprecedented opportunity for everybody else to visit New York City. That power ful body, the Philadelphia Christian En deavor Union, has selected tho Reading Railroad's Royal Blue Lino as the official route from Philadelphia to New York. A large and commodious refrlgorator has just been put in tho Ready Pay storn in ordor to keop a largo stock of butter and eggs in a freeh and sweet condition. New Olllccrs, Last evening Camp 00, P. O. S. of A.. elected the following officers for tho ensuing term : P. P., Samuel Price ; P., Wm. S, Lindonmuth j V. P., Georgo Horn j M. of F., Joseph Schoppel ; Insp., Harry B. James j O. G,, John Bolich; Trustee, Thos Snydorj Dolegatoa to State Camp, A. O. .Morgan and C. T. Straughn : Al- tornate, B ll. Hoss. Buoklon's Arnica Salvo. Tho Best Salve In tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Foyer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively euros Piles, or no payment required. It la guaranteed to givo porfect satisfaction, or monoy refundod. Price 26 cents per box. For sale by C. H. Hagsnbuch. Try our cannod soups. They aro de licious. Ready Pay store, 111 South Main street. Preparing for.tho Fight. William Gibion and John Donahon. thn pugilists of town who aro matched to fight torfsuuasiae on duly 12th, next, are in activo training out of town. Tho baclcnni of both mon seem confident of success, but tho Donahoe pooplo aro particularly hope- lui. The training quarters of tho mon aro kont secret and the nlaco wWa thnfloM will come off Is completely shrouded by mystery. Tbe 26 cent tea at tho Readv Pav store cannot be beat. M ALONE ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. The Timely Interfi-rcnco or a Nuno Thwarts His Purpose. John Malone, who wos removed from his homo to tho Almshouse at Schuylkill Haven last woek by Oniff Burgess Smith after having been declared insane by two doctors, made an attempt to tako his own liro on Tuosday. When Malono arrived at the almshouso ho appeared so rational and so well pleased with the surrounding that tho officials of the institution concluded to put him in the hospital ward instead of tho insano department. Malono secured a pocket knife with a long blado and was about toplungotho blade into his abdo man when a nurse interfered and took tho weapon from him. Malono was immo diatoly transferred to the insane department and will bo kept there. In justice to tho almshouso officials Poor Director Tracey says that Malone did not secure the knife at tho institution, but had it in his clothes when ho arrived there. Chief Burgess. Smith said last uight that he searchod Malone when ho arrestod him and he can't see where the weapon was secreted. ABSENT-MINDED MAN. Hid aioucy Kcimiinud Hid In a lied Tlcl) lor Yours. A queer story of the good fortune of an absent-minded man comes from Shamokin. Ten years ago John Heintzsig was a miner employed at tho Cameron colliery. Ho had saved up 100 and one morning left for Hungary, whero he intended to visit his brother for a month. When New York city was reached he discovered that through a mistoko he had left his largo packet book containing tho bulk of his money secreted in a bod tick at Alhert. Setiskio's, with whom ho boarded. Hointzsig know that Setiskie was honest and as be had onoueh mnnnv in rlnfmv exponsas to and from Hungary, ho con cluded not to return. He sailed across the ocean and reached his destination in safety. In tho tneantimo illness removed his mother, and weighed down with grief ho did not return to his coal region home. Weeks turned into months and months into years and Heintzig still remained in Hungary. His brothor recently got married and Heintzsig decided to once again return to Araorican soil. He arrived in Shamokin yesterday, and immediately hunted up Albert Setiskie. Tho latter was found living with his familv on Polish hill and gavo Heintzsig a hearty greeting, On inquiry Heintzsig learned that the bed tick in which he had left his money was still in use. Hointzsig immediately wont up stairs, cut open the tick and thore found his pocket book. Ho was overlovnd nt its recovery and last evonine in honor of tho find invited a number of his friends to participate in a jollification at his expense. toft lor Virginia. Matthew Perkins, of town. R. T. L of Mahanoy City, and Isaao Smith, Sr., of Scranton, left to-dav for Mavton. WnKitop Co., West Virginia, for tho purpose of looking ud tho interests and nrnvlnir print the Arvon Mining, Manufacturing and xmprovemont Company, of which they are stockholders. This company owns a largo tract of land, part of which is plotted for tho village of Arvon, and as & railroad is expected Bhortly to pass through it, tho holdiDgsare appreciating in value. Tho gentlemen will be away about three weeks. A fine lino of cigars can always be had at the Ready Pay store, They can be had as low as 3 for 6 cents and up to 15 cents a piece. Fino cut chewing tobacco at 25 cents, worth 40 cents. Best work done at Brennan's steam laundry. Everything white and spotless. Laco curtains a specialty. All work guaranteed. Fruit jars and jelly glasses, cheaper than elsewhere, at the Ready Pay storo. Cool Slmdo Can bo found at Vermillion, O., and thoso who wish to attend tho camp meetings at that place during July and August can procure excursion tickets via tho Nickel Plato from Juno 21st to August 28d at special rates, t-aug-20 Ulectrlo Iliillwny Change. Hereafter the electric railway cars will leave tho corner of Main and Centro streets at 6;30 a. m., daily, and every 25 minutes thereafter until midnicht. at which hour tho last.car will leavo. All kinds of driod fruit at the Rgadv Pay storo. Now .Management, The bakery located at 27 South Main street, formerly owned by 31. 8. Schcidor is now conducted by Wilson Otto, who will bo pleased to havo friends and tho public genorally call and see him. G-22-tf Flags nuil Hunting-, Wholesale and retail, at Max Reeso's. West Centre street. A nlco lino of silk flags. Also, a large lot of cIiobd fireworko. for tho wholesale trade, Just received. Call oarly before all are gone. Chcan for cash. Just received a large, new stock latmt designs in wall paper and window shades at Portz's. 4-68-tf Finelpbotos, COc. per dozen.at Keatej"