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YOL. YI.-KO. 1G5. ' SHElSTAyPOAH. PA.. FRIDAY, AUGUST Id-. 1891. " OSTE CENT.
THE STJBE3T BO AD TO WEALTH IS THBOTTG-E LIEEBAL ADVERTISING
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To the Republican Electors of Pennsylvania:
Alter confutation ana corresponacnce iui
he mcihbers of the Republican male Committee,
ml bu their direction, I hereby give notice that
the Republicans of l'enniylvanta, by their duly
chosen representatives, will meet in Stale Con
ventton at Ilarrtsburg, Wednesday, August 19,
1891, at lOo'elock A, j for thspurjiose ofplae
ing In nomination candidates for the offices of
Slate Treisurer and Auditor General, for the
nomlnallonof elgliteen candidates for Dctegates-at-Large
to the Constitutional Convention pro
vtded for in the Act of Assembly approved June
19, 1891, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be presented,
A'oliceit especially directed to the fact that. In
aooordance'wtth the provision) of the tail men.
ttoned act, each Senatorial district is entitled to
o representation of three delegates in said Con
stitutional Convention, two of whom only canbe
members of the majority party in said district
The electors of each district are therefore re
quested to make proper nominations for dele
gales to said convention, the rules governing the
nomination of candidates for S.ate Senator to
In this connection Vie Cliairman desires to call
the attention of Republican voters to the recom
mendation of the State Convention of 1882, that
"they allow the greatest freedom in the general
participation in the prtmaries consistent with
the preservation of the party organization."
WM. II. ANDIIVWS, Chairman.
COUNTY COMMITTEE MEETING.
The members of the Republican County Com
mittee elected at the primaries held on Satur
day, August 1, 1891, are requested to meet at
Centennial Hall, in the Rorough of P, Untile,
on Tuesday, Augusl$, atlO a.m., for the pur
pole of electing a County Chairman and trans
actsucli other business as may be required.
F.LIAS VA VIS,
Chairman County Convention,
August i, 1891,
The Long Island Negro Captured,
Loso Island City, Aug. M. John
Amolmon, the negro who attempted to
'assault lira. Frederlok Nelraeyor of Great
Neok In tho woods near that place on
Monday last, was arrested lu Jamaica
during tho morning. Ho was removed
to tho Jail In this city, as It was feared
that he would be lynched if left in the
Little Nock jail.
The Usher Jury Out,
Abingdon, Va,, Aug. 14. Argument in
the Baker trial was coucludod and tho
case was given to he jury. A verdict 1b
not expected until this evening. Dr.
Baker, it Is thought, will be ttcqulttod,
or olee the jury will disagree
Sirs. Poabody Sent to I'rUon.
Ayer, Mass., Aug. 14. Mrs. Fred Pea-"-I'.idy,
who attempted to oommlt suicide
Wfc.V r having murdored her 4-year-old
"5nJr, was committed to prison to await
the aotlon of the grand Jury.
"Waters' "Weiss boer is tho best. John A.
Koilly solo agent. 6-5-tf
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS!
nro being received dally at
C. 3D. PRIOKE'8
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre
Pickling and Preserving Time !
is now at hand. Kelter has just received a lot oj PINE
OLE APPLE VINEGAR, guaranteed Absolutely Pure
and Unadulterated Soured by age Free from any for
eign Acid or Coloring.
Also, WHOLE MIXED SPICES for Pickling. About
IS different hinds. Pest quality, sifted land Mixed in
Our GllOUNB SPICES
Pest Quality. We keep no
E-on't run tho rtslt of making your HOUSES SICKby
feeding 2EW OATS. Keller lias about 1,500 bushels
OLE WJ1ITE OATS. All old not mixed with new.
I manufacture my own
STRICTLY PURE JTEEH.
H.ocoivod. tlaroo tlaoaos zx woolsc
HJ'x'GJSla from tlx d'oam ory iscixxxg
cLevy zxm oXxtax'xxocl.
Thefirsi of tho season.
mackerel of this season's catch.
DAISY FLOUR is made of old Minnesota Wheat and gives Sat
isfaction every time.
New Jorsoy nmi Dftnwnra CltlEem HuTi
K Serlnu Clnsli,
Wilmington, Del., Aug. 14. In a tree
flglit for several hours at Ponnsvllle, N.
J., ono man was nearly killed, and SO
seriously Injured, and 200 received outs
The South Jersey Farmers wore having
their annual rounlon and 0.000 farmers,
frlonds and relatives wsro present. Boor
was plentiful nnd caused trouble. All
went well until 1 o'clock, when a youth
from Salem had a quarrel with a youth
from Pcnnsvlllo, and tho crowd took up
the flglit, which raged for thrco hours.
Tho farmers armed thomselvos with
wagon whips and wore out tho butts on
A Salcmlto and a Pennsvllltan began
a fight to a finish for a stake, consisting
of a gold watch and $30. This started
another riot. A Newcastle man was
ohasod two miles up tho Delaware River
shore., and It Is feared ho met with foul
Two hundred pooplo watohed tho fight
from house tops. No arrosls nro re
ported. Several hundred Thlladelphlans
and 100 persons from Newcastle were
among tho spectators of tho riot.
FLOWERS AND A FIGHT.
Mr. Mooney Guts Into Trouble for Placing
a Douquel on n Woman's Grave.
Bdiiunoton, N. J Aug. 14. Thomas
S. Mooney, of Burlington, yesterday got
a bouquet of flowers, and taking it to
the cemetery in which tho wlfo of Geo.
W. Ilalnes is buried placed It on her
Mr. Moonoy Is no recognized acquaint
ance of the Haines family, and no cause
for such strange actions could be account
Mr, Haines did not approve of Mr.
Mooney'sjaotlons and rcturuod tho flow
ers. A sovere dispute arose from tho
matter, and during tho morning Mr.
Mooney met Mr. Haines an the street and
gave him OBevoro beating. He was ar
rested and hold under $500 ball tor court.
Mr. Haines Is very badly hurt aud is in
a critical oonditlon.
THREE MORE VICTIMS.
Dontlts at Cold Bprlujr Harbor In.
created to Stxtoon.
Cold Spmno HAituon, L. I., Aug. 14.
Tho Brooklyn policu reported to tho nu
thorities here, last night, that, besides
the thirteen persons who wore killed In
the accident to Kayaer's excursion party
and accounted for, three others wuro
They were nrobably thrown into the
Sound and drowned. This brings the
total list of dead up to sixteen. The
names of those reported misslug are
not given by tho Brooklyn polioo.
The New York World (Dam.) is
nmbo Uy for tho Ualenient that the
impoi'teis of that ciy have raited
fautl of $300,G:0 to defeat McKinloy
Ohio, Comme.it is uuuecesfeary.
$3.00 for $100.
Hero is a bargain once in a Hfo timo, ai d
will continuo this week out. To mako our
beautiful cabinets for 51.00. This is no
choap or trashy pictures, but a first cla'-s
cabinet. Bf mouiber the place, Rooshons'
new gallery, No. 29 West Contro street.
are strictly Pare and of the
Chop and guarantee it to be
Will open Hits week, the first new
A RATTLING GAME AT
MARRIED MEN BEAT THE SINGLES
Editor Doylo Exercises His Glass
Arm to Good Advantage.
Franoy Proves a Sluggor.
Malone Also on His Metal
It lim long been a quoitlon of maUerand
If onte man 'cd, la a man nlaycrt onl ?
I'n nettle i Ills nuesiioa 11 was muipal'v nii'feJ
To meet In luendly combat on the uaM field.
And eo It cumo to pass that on tho aftor-
noon of tho linn clay ol August, le'Jl,
champion" of iho ropectivo causes of the
married and singlo men' of our lively larg
est town in tho county stopped upon tho
ball flold at tho trolling park and crossed
bats to decide tho question of supremacy.
Tho game was an Interesting ono and
there wcro many brilliant features in It.
Harry Muldoon was captain of tho singlo
mon's nine. Each timo ho stoppod to the
plalu he caused a flutter in tho grand stand.
Ho pitched tho first inning, hut as tho 'mar
ried mon rando six runs off his delivery ho
wa3 hoard to oiclaim, "Boys, thoy aro on
to mo. I cannot pitch against Doylo."
ltamer was substituted for the disconso
late captain anil, with his blood-rod uni
form aud razor-sharponod curves, raado
the old men put on their glasses to soo the
Franey, tho gigantic James, was a splen
did figure on the field. Ho murdored tho
ball, as expressed in base ball parlance and
made two hits and two runs out of three
times at tho bat. Ho rocelvod a pitched
ball on tho head during tho game, and as he
was led o first base ho threatened to bury
Hoisenberier, after receiving a man's
suit nnd societing his faco behind a full eo
of whiskers, batted tho ball hko a fiend.
Miko Doylo, tho pencil pusher of tho
News, was captain of the married men and
pitched eight Innings for them. Miko in
provos widi ago. Tho young bloods wero
frequently relegated to the bench by t: o
work oi his famous glass arm,
Ben. Sovorn only recolvod ono ball on
tho stomach, which is a record surpassing
all his previous work on tho diamond.
A RTJNNINO CATCH.
Graf, tho Jardin sWoetdispenter of choice
groceries, mado ono of the most remarkable
catches ever witnessed on a ball Hold. It
was a high bit ball. Ho ran for it like a
deer, caught It in ono hand and held on to
it after turning two complete eomorsaulls.
The play caused an outhuist of enthusiasm
ami it was only with great difficulty that
the spectators couid be induced to keep off
the diamond, eo enthusiastic were they over
the play. The married ladies in tho grand
stand presented him with a boautiful
Heflron and Itellly caught like veterans
for their retpectlve lidoi.
ScanUn, while in the act of striking at a
Till? INEVITABLE BOUQUET.
ball, wont to grass but sonn recovered his
balatico and continued striking out. Ho i
to publish a work on ' What I know about
Malone and b ranoy deservo groat credit
for. their balling. Their field work was
marvellous. They did not drop n Vail
during tho game. Franoy is a wonderful
Senator Slonaghan mado a reputation in
yesterday's game of which ho may justly
fool proud, no is deserving of a life
Muldoon wantod to arrost Hughes for
stealing four bases.
In tho seventh inning Lawlor gavo way
to Con. McCarthy, having strainod him
self in trying to pull down a fly,
It was plainly evident from his decisions
that tho tenth man was desirous of having
tho young bloods win.
ONE OK TUB WINNERS.
Tho following Is tho score:
MAI'.UIED MEN. I
li in ro A E
K in ro AS
lloilly, c 2
lie, s i'b'gr4
II usuoi, 11) 3
feu1'1! ;! a
I iiwlei Su.l
Men i g:u2b2
I 1 ily.s-0
Total...-16 12 25 10 12
IDS 13 7
Helseuberger out fjr lulevlering with hit
J. Ileilty o.it lor not touchlns flist base.
Hiuueti runs, 41 lied it, ulogleS.
(Seut to bueon bills, Maiiltu U rflnjlo 8.
11,1 by pnolied llu, Mnrrled ', Hi, git) 3.
Hli iiok nut, Matt 10 7, Mingle -I.
1). ubiepl .y, J. llell'y, Mo-iigliao, Ilitsbe).
Time urgame moUidi g wrangling 3 Iiouh.
Umpire, Jume. Wluleu.
Properties For Salo.
A good property on South Main stiMt
and a good property oil North Jardin
street may be purchased cheap upon ap
plication to A, J. Gallagher, Muldoon
building, oorner of Centte and "SVott
fho gospel meetings on the premises of
Suprlnlondent liaird are being well at
tendod and are very interesting und profita
ble To-night a union iovo feast will bo
hold. Christians of all denominations aro
invited to participate.
The contract for the removal of thohouso
at the corner of Jardin and Cherry streets
has been awarded (o Thomas Ityan, tho
lowest blddor, at f 160.
They Aro Splendid
We mean those Cheviot suits you can
get at A. T, Jones' "Famous" Clothing
tore for (0,60.
HO, FOR LAKESIDE.
GREAT DAY AT THE
TEE GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL
Thousands of Pooplo Will Patron
ize tho Eisteddfod To-morrow.
Special Trains From Ail
Don't fail to attend tho great eisteddfod
at Lakeside to-morrow.
It will bo ono of the groatest musical
events ever held in the county.
From Shamokln to Slatington and from
Scranton to Koadlng tho peoplo will flock
to Schuylkill's first grand open-air festival.
A special P. & It. train of twenty oar
will leavo Shonandoah at 8:80 o'olock to
morrow morning. Tho faro (tickets good
on all train) ior tho round trip will he 85
cents. Tho admission to the grounds hus
been fixed at tho very low price ot 35 cents
Llew Herbert, tho famous basso of Scran
ton, has been engaged to give solos. He
telegraphod tho oommitleo last night that
ho would positively bo on hand.
rrof. William Apmadoo, of Chicago,
III., who is to ho tho adJudiator at tho
eisteddfod nrrivod in tho county yesterday
and is tho guest of friends in a neighboring
Tho following is the programme:
"I'lio land ol Jly Father'' ':Hen Wlait ly
r.naaau" uy me audience, undor me cou
duclorMblpir I'rof. D. W. I'nce Ashland,
Male Duftt "Tho Two llaliU."
Montana Mob "Ye Ilieozes That Iliow.'
Ti 'O "o, lit -llew sea."
H jb I!y l.lew Herbert,
viol nriolo, r.ano Accompaniment
"H'lmo hwcel Homo'1
Bong lly LiewHeriei
Tenor Solo "Hwo.dol UniiKer I
tluartette G-il IsaKpi.H
liurllono Solo "Toe Noli'u ov orTrulli'
Hong lly Llew llorbert
Hudd MnrUd o Uliyieddoilau" by the
unwed choirs under the duecMou of I'rof.
William Apaioiloc, of Uulcajo, IM,
Qront Band Serenade.
After giving an excellent optm-air con
cert in tho square at tho corner of Main
and Centro streets last night, the Grant
C'ornot Band proceeded to give n series of
serenades. Jacob Noll, who returned with
his bride on Wodnesday, was first visitod
af.er which W. J. Watkins Was reminded
of his tin wedding. The band then pro
ceedod to tho Philadelphia & Keaditig
depot and escorted Mrs. John A. ileilly
and her fi lends, who had just rcturnod
from Tumbling Itun, to thoir lospective
homos. Tho headquarters of tho band was
livoly fur tho balance o( tho night. Tho
concert was a vec ei'ioyable one. The
rendition of "Solitude," tho selection upon
which tho band is to oompeto at Lakosido
to-inorrow, was cspo ially pleasing.
Tho board for tho examination of ap
pi i cunts for miners' certificates will meet at
No. 229 South West street, every Satuiday
evening heroaftor, from 6 to 7 o'clock,
John McCutoiikon, I'rcs.
John H. IIkksb, Sec'y. 8-13-3t
Jack Toole on his Muscle.
Clerk of the Court9, John J. Toolo, wai
arrested at Poltsvillo last night, charged
with assault and battery on County Com
m'ssioner Samuel G. Deturk. Tho assault
took place yesterday allarnoon in Deturk's
oflioi In the court house. Doturk rofusod
to acknowledge a bill TooIq prosonlod and
was struck twice on the side of tho head by
Toole's fist, nnd knockod down.
Bargains at tho Bazar,
Have you teen them ?
Hero nro a few of thorn :
Linen paper measure', double, So.
Double handled curling irons, only l'-'c,
Single curler.', Gs.
lOo tooth brushes, for Co
25c double Iraoiug wIimIs, for 10c.
8-14-2t Moboan'b Bazaii.
In our roport of the ISayrant-Ileeso
wedding we omitted to mention tho many
handsome presents given the couple by
their relatives and friends. They wero
mostly of a useful kind and will . come In
quite handy when thoy go to housekeeping,
''Barrows was always lucky,"
"What's happened now?"
"louknow that ?C0D watch tho boys
'He succeeded in selling it tho othor day
for fourteen dollars and now he is wel
fixed for a good day at tho Lakosido musl
cal festival on Saturday. "
Excellent Instrument For Sale,
A flt olass German piano imported by
Trot. Z-jitz can be had cheap for cash on
account of tho promisor's imponding uo
parture for Germany. Tho instrument
may be scon and information concerning it
may be had upon application to Henry
Wioderbold, 28 Kast Centre street. 8-0-1 w
Four tlntypos for 25 cents, at Dabb'e.
TO PREVENT SUNSTROKE.
Seasonable Hints That Should bo
The state board of health has Issued a
circular setting forth tho causes ol sun
stroke, the precautions that should be.laken
nd the treatment for cases.
This dangerous illness is caused by ex
cessive heal of the blood which produces
great depression of the nervous svstem. It
occurs during the hot season of tho year
and usually to those exposed to the hot sun,
but it sometimes occurs at night, and also to
tliiwo exposed to great heat, in glassworks.
laundries, furnaecs, bakeries, Iron foun-
ries, and the on el no rooms of 8 eamships.
It is largely confined to the .hot, closo
streets and passages o( the cities, but is not
nkuown in the country. Thase habitu
ated to the use of aluohoi, and the debili
tated, aro especially predisposed to attack.
Dark, close-fitting clothing and such as
oompresses tho chest arid neck should bo
avoided during the heated term. Forthoto
bilged to labor in the sun, light clothing
nd a straw or light felt hat, permitting frco
circulation of air, nro prnferable.
On vory hot days, ono should drink fre
quently, butin small quantities. A largi
mount of ice water, eold beer, sod water,
mineral water or othor icod drink entering
tho stomach at ono timo, isinjuriou".
Cool wator, into which oat meal has been
stirred, is a safo and ro'reshlng drink.
Wator should not be drunk in considerable
quantities at a lower temporaturo than
spring wator, namely, 60 Fahronhoit. Im
mediate death is often caused by "Ico cold"
drinks. Tho immoderato use of alcoholic;
bovuragos is also dangerous.
Tho slooping-room should bo freoly
ventilated and cool. Constipation of tho
bowels should bo avoided. Whon ov r
hoated, work slowly, frequently cooling
tho bond, chost and back with cold water.
Keep a wot cloth or some grcon leavo in tho
hat on tho head, frequently wotting them
with cold witter. Whon, on a very hot
day, tho skin becomes dry Biid uncomforta
bly hot, a burning sonsatlon is folt in tho
head, and tho face is flushed and the eyes
blood-shot with frequent tondoncy to
urinate, tho person should immediately
quit work, rotlre to a cool place and rest in
quietness ; and if nit speedily relioved from
sensation of hoat, tako a cold bath.
Tho attack may bo yory suddon aud tako
tho form of delirium in which tho patient
rushes wildly ab mt and may attack thoso
around him; or ho may become weak
and sink to tho ground as if in n fainting
spell or stupor. Loss of consciousness and
mortal disturbance may be only partial.
Niiusea or sicknoss at tho stomach ofton
prfondes tho onset. Convulsions, may oc
Sunstroko must be carefully distinguished
from beat exhaustion, in which tho general
symptoms aro similar to thoso of sutietroke,
bijt tho bodily temperature is below tho
normal. Tho differenco can bo at onco
recognized by feeling the skin undernoath.
tho clothing; in sunstroke tho skin f.'ob
burning hot, in heat exhaustion it is cold.
1. Carry tho patient into a cool and
shade! place, where there is plenty of pure.
Strip his clothing to tho waist, and
place him in a rocumhent position.
8, l'our cold water (ico water is host)
upon his head and chost until conscious
ness roturns. The points at which tho
blood may be most effectually coolod aro
tho wrists, tho tomplos, nnd tho oars, bo
oauso at thoso points it approaches tho sur-
face rnoro noarly in considerable quantities.
Ico may be applied to tho head and chest
and rubbed over tho body, but if tho skin
is cold no ico should bo appliod. Internally
small doses of brandy may bo administered
with succoss ; but in all cases of sunstroko
tho pationt should, as soon as possible, bu
placod In chargo of a competent physician.
Tho patient should do no mental work
forsomo months, nnd should keep frco
from all excitement. Persons who bavo
onco suffered from sunstroko era liable to a
socond attack. Insanity, in some of its
variod forms, frequently follows sunstroko-
In heat cxhau-tion givo alcoholic
stimulants and placo tho pationt In a hot
bath, so as to raise tho bodily temperature.
You can get one doziu cabinet photos and
a flno fiamo. Hemember wo nro on tho
first floor; no steps to climb. KsUatrv. tho
letding artist. 8 t-:t'n
All Hands Come !
And get a knifo for nothing.
Tho only conditions aro that
you buy twenty ten cent plugs
of 'Filly" tobacco. As good
a plug as you ever put a tootli
to. Tho knifo is a beautiful
4-blado, inlaid celluloid han
dle, good material and good
workmanship. Can bo seon at
No. 122 North jardin Stroot