The evening herald. (Shenandoah, Pa.) 1891-1966, October 07, 1891, Image 1
3th f emu VOL. VI.-NO. 211. SHENANDOAH. PA., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1S91. ONE CENT. ,THE STTKE EO AD ' TO OPTJEElSrOE LIES KNEE-DEEP THEOUGH PEINTEE'S IKK Republican State Ticket. AVDtTOll OEMlttATj! jv UAVliJ BlUlUUlt J.Xtl.Ej UllliVJU J STATU TltBASVltlSItl Capt. JOHN W. MORRISON. Xnlegatet-at-TMrge to th Contlltutlonal jf tonrrniiunf S. lu SHIELDS, JBAIAir 0. WEAR, M. I. S01IAFFEK, HERMAN KUEAMER LOUIS W. HALL, FRANK ItEEDUIl, II. 0. M'CORMICK, J. H. POMEROY, JOHN CESSNA, WM. II. llOOERS, JOHN ROBERTS, Mi h. KAUFFMAN, II. M. EDWARDS, OEO. S. SCHMIDT, CYRU3 ELDER, JOHN S. LAMBIE, JAMES L. DROWN, T. V. I'OWDERLY. County Ticket. Judge Hon. D. B. Green. Sheriff1 Benjamin Smith. Jury Commissioner MaJ. William Clark. Poor Director George Heffner. Unexpired Term Harry H. MaQinnis Constitutional Convention Delegates. ROBERT ALLISON, Fort Carbon. B.BURD EDWARDS, Pottavllle. J. il. POMEROY, Shenandoah. JOHN J. COYLE, Mahanoy City. STILL they comb. I M ij Scol MHtfll Mr. Alexander Garvle, of Lelth, Scotland, thus expressed himself to a resentatlve of the San Francisco 'onicle t On the steamer I was on crossing the Atlantis was the owner of the largest tannery in Glasgow, perhaps In Great Brltlnn. Ho was coming to America to establish a branch factory to tan the leather required for his ex port trade in this country. The worst part of it was he found he would be forced to employ American workmen, because some contract labor law they have here would not permit him to bring his own experienced men from. Scotland. He said there was no way for him to get around building the factory in America, for be could not possibly pay the outrageous Tar in and soil his goods here in competition with goods made in the United States, Many other manufacturers have determined to build branch factories here for some reason. To my knowledge there are several in Glasgow and more in other towns, and besld , of course, there are a great many I do not know any- about. One other man on tho steamer was a lace manufacturer at WF I CENTS for ft window shade j lk with fringe, others for 65c, f 65o and up. (Shades made 111 J for stores and private dwel ings. A new lot of shad ings and fringes to match. , C 3D. PRICKE'S II. Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin St, near Centre THE I'lHSl OF New BUCKWHEAT FLOUR MDSrOB PIES, MUsTOB PIES. We open to-day our first lot of NEW MINCE MEAT ! We handle no Common, m!t confidently recommend to be the Eest in the Market. "Northwestern Daisy" Flour Always (jive satisfaction. So does "Riverside." OLhey yiAKE WHITE EIlEAJy and are Easy to BaJie. When ELOOE OIL CLOTH Don't jor.yct to examine our stocTc. Over 30 different patterns to select from. All Nottingham. His name was Cambell. He was coming here to begin manu facturing the kinds of laces that the Tarlft prevented his shipping Into the cbuntry from England. In toy line, of course, tho Tariff makes no dlfler once. We do not ship tea here. The growing popularity of the new Tariff la convincing foreigners that the triumph of lying last November was a snap judgment, and that the people well never consent to the repeal of that beneficent measure. The stream of foreign manufacturers which was checked by tho election of a Dem ocratic House of Representatives has again set In and blessings abound on every hand under our McKlnley Tar-, iff. PERSONAL. The following Shenandoah people wore in .Philadelphia yosterday : lira. "Win. Grant and daughter, Miss Bella Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Titman,,Mrs. A. J. Luburg, lira. II. C. Boyor and Miss Virgie HollOpetor. Mahanoy Olty Willing. If built, and the Shenandoah Hkrald a!sures the public there aro now no ob stacles in the way, the Mahanoy City, Shenandoah, Girardvillo and Ashland Street Electric Railway will bo owned by outside capitalists, the peoplo of Shenan doah having failed to respond to repeatoJ and urgent appoals to put up the capital. Tho Hxeald Is anxious that the communi ties interested will not throw obstacles in the way of tho construction of any part of the road. So lar as Mahanoy City is con corned wo think wo can safely say that no unreasonable restrictions will bo enforced or demanded, and whilo the interests of tho community will bo carofully guardod, overy propor oncouragemant will bo tendered the ontorprise, which Is bound to be of groat valuo and convenience to this community. Mahanoy Trv Wce.ly. Legal blanks of ail kinds for sale at tho Herald office. Caught by Cars. James "Wilsoa bad one of his legs badly bruised yestorday by bping caught botweon cars on a slant in the Sbonandoah City colliery. lie was removed to his homo on West Cherry Btreet in an ambulance. Bucklon's Arnica Salve. The Vest Balvo In the world for Cnta Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Uhllolalnx uornB, aua unaaia .rupiionij, ana positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It la guar anteed to elve perfect satisfaction, or monev refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale uy u. 11. juacenuucn. bled. BUKKE. On tho 6th Inst., at Glrard ville, l'a., Owen Burke. Funeral will tako place from the family residence In Girardvillo on Saturday, 10th Inst., at 9 a. m., and the romains will bo interred at that place. Friends and relatives respect fnlly invited to attend. 10-7-lt THE SEASON", Inferior Goods at loio prices, our BEST MINCE MEAT you need Widths and JPr ices. BOROUGHJTEMS I Q LEANINGS BY THE LOCAL CORPS OF REPORTERS. WHAT THE SCRIBES SEE AND HEAR A Regular Mooting of tho Borough Council Was Hold Last Even ing Mr. Toolo Asks for a Corrootion. Tho regular' mooting of tho Borough Council that should have been held on Thursday last, but was adjourned on ac count of tho demonstration at Fotlsville, was held last evening, Messrs. Amour, Mnakler, Fhalen, Dovers, James, Gablo, "Wurm, Coakley, Lamb, Hopkins, Bot terldge, Portz; Uolman and Schcifly being present. Clerk of tho Courts Toole was present and made a statement In regard to tho balance due the borough from him on an old tax duplicate. He said the balance agrood upon at tho tlmo bis term of office oxplred was $311 and ho could not under stand how the amount had increased to $129, unless Council intended "to add in torost. Tho matter was referred to tho law committee. Mr. Foltz appeared and complained that a contractor for streot work bad fatlod to pay him for labor. He asked that Council protect him by deducting tho amount from tho money duo tho cont-ac tor from tho borough. The street com mittee was instructed to investigate tho case. Jonathan Rogers complained of a nuis ance maintained on tho properly of Samuel Roberts. Ho was Informed that tho Chief Burgess had boen instructed to investigate the matter. Severallbills woro road and orderod paid. J. B. Coylo, Esq., wr.s present to ask that modifications bo made In) the ordinance granting tho right of way to tho Mahanoy City, Shenandoah, Girardvillo and Ashland Street Railway Company, but it was decided that tho matter bobiougbtup at the next regular meeting night. The balance of the evening was devoted to consultations with witnesses for tho borough in tho Walor Company caso. New Restaurant. Joseph Biokeri, of town, to-day ro coived a licenso for the saloon and lostau rant In Mabanov City lately controlled by Roller. Mr. Bickert Is one of the best restaurateurs in tho region. Ho is now on gaged in preparing his new place for busi ness and when ho starts in tbo people of Mahanoy City will be able to boast of bay ing ono of the best hostlries in thocounly. Not tho Party. Some peoplo of town aro under tho im pression that it was Francis Stotler who left town somo days ago with M rs. Bern hardt. It was not Francis, but Charles. As tho men aro brolhors and both aro barbers, and as Francis happened to bo out of town when his brother disappoarod, soraopooplo wero mistakon in theirldontity of tho parlies, but it is hoped that tills stato monl will suffice to assure all that Francis is with his family in town and was not the party who disappeared. Oysters are in season and tho best in the market aro at Coslett's. 8 22-lf A Prodigy. Tho Herald can Justly boast of a prodigy in its composing rooms in tbeshapo of a cako-walkor, who is willing to meet all comers, tho descendants of Ham not de barred. We aro willing to wager our last red applo that ho can "tako tho cake" from anyone In tho county. Thoro are but two considerations which are demanded in case somo ono has the audacity to try con clusions with this wonderful "find" of ours, and tVoy are: there shall be no cor ners to turn ; that this "wonder" shall have the seloctlon of tho threo judgos. AY ho will accept ? A Kind Friend. Is what they call that Famous Itemedy, Bed Flag Oil, It quloaiy curat Jtheumatlsm, Neuralgia, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, bores aud all pain. It Is good for man or beaM. 25 cents. AtKlrllu's drugstore. Obituary. Owen Burke, father of Patrick Burko, of town, and brother of John Burko, of Brownsville, died at his homo In Girard villo last night of goneral debility, Ho had been ailing for six months past, Tho funeral will take place at Girardvillo at 9 a. m, on Saturday. " Pay Your Taxes. Notice is hereby given that all persons In arroars for 1889-90 taxes must make settle ment at once, as the undersigned Is deter mined to make his collections completo In the near future, even if arrests must bo ro- sortod to. Chiust. Schmidt, 0-10-tf Tax Collector. Sobool Board Mooting. A regular meeting of tbo Shenandoah School Board will be held'In Superintend ent Freeman's ofllco this ovenlng, at 7 o'clock. Fou tintypes for 25 cents, at Dabb's. if WILL IT COME ? Organization of Anothor Water Company Spoken Of. "Within the past few days a large number of prominent mon havo oxprossed lndlgna tion at attitude tho water company has taken against the borough and yosterday tho organization of another water company was predicted. It is understood that more than ono largo property holdor a"e prepared to Invost ?5,C i In such an undortaklng.and that any amount of subscribers for ?SO0 and upwards stand ready to chip In. One gentleman said last night, "In view of tho understanding tho water company had with tbo borough some years ago, when the borough gave up tho project of establishing water works of Its own, tho company certainly has no moral standing in its suit for $20 por flro plug, and.I think tho result will show It has no legal Btanding. But, however, that may be, It looks almost coi tain that tho Indigna tion aroused by the caso will result In tho formation of a new water company." CRUEL STEP-MOTHER. A Waif Sent to tbo County Alms bouse. Georgo Lynch is a hoalthylooklng littlo Polish boy of tho Fifth ward, eight yosrs of ago. For the past four months bis con dition has been tho subject of commont. Chief, of Police Amour and a Hkrald ro portorspenta while yestorday afternoon investigating the caso and, from tho facts ftloaned. it aDDoars that tho hnv ha. hnn the victim of a heartless step-mother. Ho dreaded approaching what shoulrl hn lil homo and cheerfully accompanied Chief Amour. It was learned that during the past four months tho little follow lfas beou sooking shelter in stables, water olnapta ami other outbuildings and has boon deponding upon tho generosity of strangers for food. A few mornings ago a Polish woman carried chopped wood to thn bnlc n nvnn and, as she Was about to build a flro, found the IUllo waif asleep inside. Tho littlo fellow became familiar with tho miners who passed through tho Fifth ward to and from their work and frequently asked them for what remained In their buckets. Chlof Amour took thobov to Poor DI. rector Tracey, who harbored tho child for the night, and this morning took hint the Almshouse. Mr. Sblrey's Version. In rofeionco to the caso of Savlla Rhlmv reported in yesterday's HiRA.D, thofathor oi tne gin wntoslho following lottor: Editor IIehald: That storv vou had in last night's papor wa3 not true and it must bo differed, or it will causo trouble. This Is tho truo story: Miss Shiroy belied her parents and was eoinc to hn nunlshfrt for it and when she saw hor mothor coming with a stick she ran awav and ran down tn tho Pennsylvania railroad and took out tho railroad, when sho mot thoso two minstrel men ar tl they asked hor to direct thom to fcit. .Nicholas and Boston Run and sho stoonod whilo doinir bo and f!nnila Phillips could not find hor, and whon it becamooark sho was coming homo and Phillips caught her. And about following tho parade sho did not. for sho was nt hnmn with her mothor whilo tho parade was go ing on and lots of witnesses for it. If it is not fixed I will nrosecuto vou. Thn crirl was not at tho dopot when tho mintrels came in town, and sho did not say sho was going oir with somo company. Sho said sho would notttay at homo. Jilt. aillHET Shenandoah, Pa., Oct. 7, 1891. A Brilliant Affair. The supper in Bobbins' opora houso last night, under the auspices of tho English Baptist church, was a grand success. After tho feast threo cako walks wero arrangod and flfteon couples took part In oach. Tho first was closely contested and was decidod in favor of Thomas Griffiths and Miss An nie Thomas. Tho second was decidod in favor of George Flock and Miss Hannah Tunnah, and tho third in favor of Charlos Binnoman and Miss Mattio Leo. Some vory good walking was done and tho Judgos had no easy time to arrlvo at decisions, but they succeeded In making adjudica tions satisfactory to all, Tho music was furnishol b'y William Wators. Tho Judgos wero John H. Koeso, Robert Lawson, Enoch Davis, Tallesln Phillips and Ed ward L. Thomas, A handsome sum was netted for tho church fund. To-morrow Night. Tho now oporatlo comedy "Asloop and Awake" to be presented at Ferguson's theatre, Thursday, Oct. 8, will prove in teresting to theatre-goers on account of tho select character of the performance, the now novelties introduced being a revolu tion in so-called farco comedy, and tho superior oxcollonco of tho artists whoso ap pearance elsewhere has met with tbo highest pralso from both press and public, Seals can now be ongaged with out extra chargo. The Supplies Coming. A letter receivod this morning states that materials for tbo Mahanoy City, Shenandoah, Ashland and Girardvillo Street Company were loaded nt Philadel phia yostorday and tho; will probably bo delivered at Kobinoor Junction to-morrow. Prime ovslors. tho best tho market affords, always on band at Coslott'e. 8-22-tf HE G0TA PUNCH BUT IT DID NOT HAPPEN TO BE A BEVERAGE. POLICEMAN GONNERS SERVED IT. Mr. Shlroy'a Vorsion of tho Caso In Which tbo Mlnstrol Mtn Woro Montlonod Cako Walks, Policeman Conners very effectually resented tho insults of a Ollborton resident in Pottsvlllo yestorday, When Conners and some of the councilmen of town were in a saloon a fellow named Michael Kelly of Ollborton, entered and said, as he pased, "Hello, Connorsl" Tbo policeman returned the salutation pleasantly and said, "Como and have something, I'm sotting them up." Kolly turnod, with a scowl on his faco, and said, "No, I wouldn't drink with you and, what Is more, I can pay for my diink." 0, vory well-" replied Conners, "I wouldn't give you ono, now." "You're a dirty ," con tinued Kolly and, as ho uttorod tho words, Connors gave him n Sullivanizor in tho face. Kelly gathered hlmsolf up and hastoned to'Squiro Hill's office, where ho swore out a warrant for Connors' arrest on a chargo of assault and battery. Conncra promptly lurnisbed bail. Tho councilmen who wero with tho po liceman say that the Gilborton follow was very properly punished. That no man could havo resisted striking tho follow. About two months ago Policemen Con ners and Phalon arrested Kelly and others for engaging in a fight at tho corner of Centre and "Whilo streots and Kelly has held a grudgo against tho two policemen since thon. A Now Oponing. Tho Unitod Stntes Employment and Business Agoncy of il and 40 Broadwav. Now York, havo Just made arrangements with Max Roeso, of town, to represent them in this city. Their plan is so simple yet so offectlvo that it surprisos us It lias. not boon put in oporation boforo this time. They do a businoss in buying, selling, and exchanging real estato and business chances, negbtiating partnerships, procur ing capital for enterprises and also in pro curing situations and holp. Tho'r agonts in tho various citios eond reports to tho control ofllco In Now York ovory day, of tho wants in tho various branches of busi ness they transact, which Information is compiled and sont to ovory ono of tho agonts throughout the country, of whom thoro aro now over 60 in the various cities and tho numbor is being increased daily. It will bo seen at a glance that tho plan for equalizing tho labor market and transact ing other businoss, is thus mado vory simple and effectivo and cannot fail to bo Bucceeful, A small foo is charged, nt the local ofllco, partios registering, which en titles thom to tho privilogo of samo for ono month, where corrected lists of situations and other businoss aro kept on fllo. In no way can tho territory bo covoroJ bo cheaply and yot so off -ctivoly, as under this system. Tho agonts aro all well known responsible men in tholr respective com munities and bovo tho confldonco of tho peoplo that tho business will bo conducted on strictly honorablo principles. This is an ontcrprlso which wo think desorving tho suppo t of tho pooplo of this city. For furthv'j particulars call on or address, Max Reese, Shenandoah, Pa. Off for Dlxoy. George and Albert Kurtz, of Frackville, will leave town to-morrow with their families for Ilarriman, Tennosseo, whore they will locate. Tbo town is a young ono with brilliant prospocts. Tho Messrs. Kurtz havo al oady built residences for thomsolves and are enthuiiastio in their expectations. J. II. Kurtz, of town, the father of tho young men, will accompany them, but it Is not his intention to locate there at proeent. Always go to Coslett's, South Main street, for your prime oysters. 8 22-tf Burohlll's Restaurant. Charles Buichill Is now locatod at oornor of Main and Coal streets, Sbenandoab. Uogular meals, at popular pricos, sorvod any timo. Ladies' dining and refreshment rooms attached, 9-H-tf Ladies, If you want flno writing paper and envelopes to match, call on Max Roeso. tf Important Notico. All members of tho Lakeside elstoddfod committee aro requested to moot at John n. Evans', 36 East Centre street, Shenan doah Pa., on "Wednesday, 7th Inst., at 7 p. m., sharp, to wind up tho businoss of tho commiltoo. By ordor of Edward Rkesb, Pres. W. J, W atkins, Sec y. 10-5 3t "Othello'Hoofupatton's gone." He used to spend daya and ulgbU cunlng the fates and the rheumatism. Now lie only lies down and laugba to ttituk how easily he was cured by Balvatlou Oil, at 23 ct. THE GAME LAWS. A Fow Intorostlng Points for Lo cal Nlmrods to Mako a Noto Of. The open soason is as follows : Partridge: Octobor 1 to Deccmbor 15, inclusive. Quail and rabbit : Novomber 1 to Do- cembor 15, inclusive. Ponalty, ?20 each and ovory offenso. Grey squirrel : September 16 to Decem ber 15, inclusive. Penalty, JJSO oach and overy offense "Woodcock! Julyl to July 31, Inclusive; Octobor 1 to December 15, Inclusive Ton ally, $20 oach and every offenso. English snipn : March 1 to April 30, In clusive; October 1 to December 16. Pen ally, $20 each and ovory offenso. Rail bird : August 20 to Decombor 15, inclusive Penalty, ?5 each and every offense. It is unlawful to hunt with gun, or dog and gun, on Sunday. To bo. found In tho fields or woods on Sunday with a gun is prima facio ovidenco. Penalty, $26 oach and ovory offenso. Stationary packages, 6 and 10 cents each, at Max ltieio's tf A Sito Solootod. A H. Chadbourno, an eloctrical expeit in tho employ of tho Thomson-Houston Company, and Jonn F. Finnoy, Goneral Manager of tho now Sbonandoah, Maha noy City, Girardvillo and Ashland Rail way company, wore in town on Saturday aflornoon. Tho gontlomon had driven over tho proposed route and locatod tho Bite for the power bouse on Girard Eslatu land at Girardvillo. In conversation witlr a Teieqra.n scribe, Mr. Finnoy said that thoro was no possibility of doubt as to tho coming of tho now railway. Tho capital is already socured, and most of tbo contracts lot. The gentlomen at tho iead of tho company are all monicd men, who repre sent several millions of dollars, and who aro largely interested in similar railway schemes in oilier sections of the state. They expoct to be represented at Wednes day evening's meeting of tho borough council whon the question of ordinance) will be discussed. Ashland Telegram. Prettiest oil cloth in town at O. D. Fricko's carpot store. 9-18-tf A Romarkablo Invontion. The amazing statement is mado by Ed ward Atkinson, tho eminent statistician o( Boston, in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly this wook, that the invontion of tho automatic, self-binding whoat harvester onabled this country to rosumospocio pay ment in 1S79 by making it pose i bio to gather tho enormous wheat crop and get it io market. Mr. Atkinson's contribution on "Wheat Our Financial Anchor," will bo road by ovory one with interest, and tho pictures of tho wheat harvest iu tho "West and tho groat Harvest Festival at Minne apolis, Minn., glvo it special interest. Boys who want.'a pair of line skaloa and girls who want olegantly-dressod French dolls should road Frank Leslie's Weekly. Tbeso aro offered as pricos. Get a copy of your nowsdoalur. Price, ten CentJ. Buy Keystone flour. Uo careful that tho namo Lkssiq & Co., Ashland, Pa., ia printed on every sack. 3-3-3taw Chlldron Enjoy Tho pleasant flavor, gentlo action and soothing offocts of Syrup of Figs, when In need of a laxative, and if tho father or mother bo costivo or bilious tho most grat ifying results follow its use, so that it is tho best family remedy known and every family should have a bottle. A Monstor. Littlo Patrick Cantwoll, M years of age, of 203 Gilbert street, Shenandoah, had a tapo worm removed by the Indian doctor who is now located at Frackvillo. Tho doctor guarantees to removo head and all, or no money to bo paid. 9-2-l-d&w-tf A Young Lady Between tbo agos of 1 1 and 10 years can get a nico situation at Keagoy's photograph gallory by applying at once. tf Wm.II. Vanderford, Enq., Editor of the Demooiatlo Advocate, Westminster, Mo., writes, that lie linn wed Vr. Hull's Cougu Hyrup and knows It tn be a cood medicine. Buy it. Try 11. 35 cents. Tako your carpot rags to U. D. Fricko's oarpet store and havo thom mado into u flrot-olass carpet. 9-18-tf WANT A FISH ? For Breakfast? -A MaQkpral? " "Wo havo 'em. White and fat. Bright and sweot. No oil. Nd'-rust. lib, Hb, lib, 11 Jb,s li lb GRAFS, No. 122 North Jardin Streot. V"