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VOL. VI.--NO. 250.
SHENANDOAH. PA.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1891.
My Son, Deal "With Men "Who Advertise. Ton will Never Lose by It "--Benjamin Franklin
The Evening Herald.
ALL THE NF.WS FOR ONE CENT.
Has a larger circulation In Bhonandc ah than
" any other paper published. circu
it J latlon books open to all.
It Is said last month's coal output
was the largest on record.
The Schuylkill Haven Call will
please consider our hat off for the
kind words In Its last Issue.
That faster in New York fasted too
long. The dimo museum will have to
get up some other attraction.
Thanksqivino comeH but once a
year and this year we should be
thankful for a great many good
The state authorities are getting
ready for the new election law. If
there are to be any new election dis
tricts Ihey should be made at once so
that the polling booths can be ordered.
i'liauy irons in (he Are. She wants
many things and wants them all at
once. It will take many years at the
progress she Is making to size up any
ways near New York or Chicago.
A aovEKNOK like Pattlsou comes
high. Els first administration cost
the state 5600,000 for an extra session
that accomplished nothing. - This
year his extra session, with a like re
sult, cost th'o state $00,000. Verily
Pattison Is a reformer with a little r.
We agree with a contemporary that
to. offer money inducements to
manufacturers of other towns to come
here and locate is bad policy. To
offer a site, cheaper fuel, etc., are
inducements enough. It would be
belter for our home capitalists to get
together and start new manufacturles.
5. Accokdino to official figures the
JsflP.-oduction of anthracito coal for Oc
v J tober was estimated at 4,500,000 tons.
if1 This, In conuection with the estimates
CENTS PEE YARD FOR
a good home-made rag cariet.
It is one of those extra heavy
carnets. made of tlifi hpst. vnm
and clean rags. Finest Hue of Velvet
Brussel and Ingrain Carpets In Shen
C. D. FRICKE'S CAE PET STORE.
WE OLADI THAT THERE AltE
; NO BETTER GOODS !
9 Choice Creamery Suiter
Fancy Bloater Mackerel.
Mackerel White and Fat.
. ivom dirt and stems. Best
materials, line Table Syrup strictly pure goods.
Netv Orleans Baking Molasses. Chipped Beef.
Another lot of JtlVJSJRSIJDJS BUCKWHEAT FZOUJt
j and OLB TIME GJIAHAM FLO JIB Fresh Ground.
' Also another car of Best Patent MIJVJyFSOTA FLOUB.
t Faual to anvthina in the niarltet.
i : :
"NORTHWESTERN DAISY" mndc of
It Wlictit nlvcs satisfaction. IIake$ well.
Oil Clotlis arc selling: irccly. Nice patterns. All
(Prices. Two yards wide Ironi 50 cents up.
of production for the past several
months, indicates a very strong coat
market, and should silence the doubl
ing Thomates among city dealers who
have declared that they would be
unable to meet the demand during the
"What Thoy aro Good For.
Brandrc.h's Pills are tbo best medlclno
First Thoy nre purely vegetable, In fact
a medicated food.
Second The same dose always produces
tho tamo effect other purgatives require
increasod doses and finally ceaso acting.
Third They purify the blood.
Fourth Thoy invigorate tho digestion
and cleanse the stomach and bowels.
Fifth Thoy stimulate tho Hvor and
carry off vitiated bile and other depraved
Tho first two or three doses tell the story,
Tbo skin becomes clear, thu oyo bright, the
mind active, digestion Is restored, costive
ncss cured, tho animal vigor is rocruitod
And all decay arrcstod.
Brandro'.h's Pills aro sold In every drug
and medlclno store, cither plain or sugar
To the Traveling Public.
If you aro contemplating a trip to the
West, or southwest tho question naturally
arises, which is tho bost and most economi
cal way in which to mako tho journey,
This information you can ascertain by
tending a postal to me answering the fol
lowing questions: Where aro you going?
When aro you going? Whero will you
start from 7 How many will tkeroboin
your party? What freight and baggage
will you have to ship? On receipt of this
I will write or call upon you prepared to
furnish maps, time tables, and lullest
information regarding routes, lowest rales
of all class of tickots, land pamphlets, re
sort bookj, Hot Springs guide, etc.
Tho Missouri Pacific Iiailway and Iron
Mountain Route Is noted for its superb
thrrugh car sorvico. Pullman Vestibuled
Buflott Sleeping Parlor and Tourist Sleep
ing cars, also Palaco Kecllnlng Chair Cars
froe, aro run on all through tralns.Ask
for tickots via this popular routo, and
correspond with me beforo completing
arrangements for yourltnp. J. P. Mc
Cann, Eastern Traveling Agent, No. G57
N. Main St., Eltnira, K. Y or 391 Broad
way, Now York City. W. E. Hoyt,
General Eastern Passengor Agent, No. 391
Broadway, New York City. Tr,o Missouri
Pacific Hallway Iron Mountain Route, tf
Hotel For Rent.
Tho hotel property at Lakeside Park
(East Mahanoy Junction) for tho year 1692.
No ono but an experienced hotel man need
apply. For particulars, etc., apply to O.
A. Keim, Shenandoah, Pa. 11-10 if
Thanksgiving Rates '
Via Nickel Plato Nov. 2fith and 2Gtb, ono
faro for round trip. d&w tf
A fino stock of guns and amanition for
alo cheap at Max Reese's. 10-2-1-tf
Iresh every other day
Large and Fine. Neio iVo. 1
2Tew Clean Currants Free
Mince Meat made o best
BOROUGH ITEMS l!
GLEANINGS BY THE LOCAL
CORPS OF REPORTERS.
WHAT THE SCRIBES SEE AND HEAR
Whero Those Who Aro So Dis
posed May Attond Dlvino
Worship To-morrow Othor ,
M. E. church, Rev. Wm.Powick, pistor.
Services to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. and 0:30
p. m. Morning subject: "Solicitude
for tho Lost." Evening subject: "Tun
Oomfortor and His Mission." Sunday
school at 2 p. in., to be followed by tho do
votlonal meeting of tho Epworth League.
Prayer meeting atC p.m. and on Thurs
day evening at 7:30. All ato invited.
English Baptist church, South Jardln
street. Rev. H. O. James, pastor. Troach
ing at 10:30 a. ro. and G:30 p. m. SuVjoct
for morning : Sowing and Reaping.
Evening subject: Tho Natural and tho
Spiritual. Sabbath school at 2 p. m.
Deacon John Bunn, superintendent. On
Monday evening at 7:30 tho B Y. P,
Union will meet. On Wednesday evening
at 1 o'clock a general prayer meeting.
All Saints' Episcopal church, Oak street,
noar Main, Rev. Floyd E. Wost, rector.
Services as follows: Morning prayor and
litany with reading and sormon, 10.30.
Evening prayer and sormon, 0:30. Sunday
school at 2 p. ra. The rector officiates and
preaches at tho morning servico on the
second and fourth Sundays of each month
and at tho ovonlng service on tho first and
third, a lay reader officiating in his absence.
P. M. church, cornor of Jardln and Oak
streets. Services Sunday nt 10:30 a. m.
and 0:30 p. m. Sabbath Bchool at 2 p. m.
Young Peoples' Christian Endeavor at (
p. m. every Sabbath. Classos meet Tues
day and Wednesday ovonlngs at 7 o'clock
and Sunday at 9:30 a. m. General prayor
meeting Thursday at 7:20 p. m. H. G.
Presbyterian church, Rov. W. MoNnlly,
pastor. .Trenching sorvlces at 10:30 a. m.
and 6:30 p, ro. Subject for morning: "The
Eternal Day." Subject for ovoning: "Ro
membor Lot's Wilo." Sabbath school at
2 p. m. Thursday next. Thanksgiving
services will be hold at 10:30 a. m. All are
cordially invited to these services.
Welsh Baptist church, cornr Wost and
Oak streets. Rev. D. I. Evans, pastor.
Services Sunday at 10 a. tn. in Wolsb
and 6 p. m. in English. Sunday school at
-5 p. m. Prayer meeting on Monday even
ing, at 7 o'clock. Class meeting on Thurs
day ovoning, at 7 o'clock.
Ebenezor Evangelical church. Rov. H.
r n.ttLS .
J. pastor, borviees Sunday at
10 a. m. in Gorman, and C:30 p. m. in
English. Sunday school at 1:30 p. m.
All aro heartily invited to uttond.
A Little Girl's Experience In a
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott aro kocners
or the Uov. Lighthouse at Sand Beach.
Mich., and aro blessed with a daughter.fov-
years old. Last April sho was takon down
with Moaslos, followed with a droni.al
cough and turning into a Fever. Doctors
at homo and at Detroit treated her, but in
vain, sho grew worse rapidly, until sho was
a mero "handful of bones." Then she
tried Dr. King's Now Diecovtry and after
tbo uso of two and a half bottles, was com
pletely cured. They say Dr. King's New
Discovery is worth Its weight In gold, yet
you may got a trial bottle froo at O. H.
Hagonbuch's drug storo.
Stationary packages, 5 and 10 cents each,
at Max Reoso's. tf
Reading Railroad Excursions.
The annual pure food exposition now in
progress at Philadelphia is tho "La'est
Fad" and is visited daily by thousands.
It is both entertaining and instructive.
Tho Reading Railroad will sell special
excursion tickets on Wednesday, Novem
ber 25tb, and on Tuesday, December 1st,
with a coupon of admission to tbo pure
food exposition at tho very low rate of a
single faro lor tho round trip, with 25 cents
added for the admission coupon. Tickets
will bo good on all trains of tbo abovo
dates and can bo used to return on any
train within three days, including date of
ealo. Tho exposition is held In Horticul
tural Hall, Broad and Spruco streets.
Thanksgiving rates on tho Nickel Plate.
Now Wall Paper for 1802.
A eplondld selection, embracing all tho
latost colors and designs, at prices lower
than ovor. Largo line of parlor patterns.
Those cheap 25c window shades, whh spring
fixtures, cannot bo eqiiallod. Call at Mol
lot's, 22 East Centro street.
Best work done at Brennan's stoam
laundry, Everything white and spotless.
Lace curtains a specialty. All work guar
Legal blanks of all kinds for salo at the
Glance Ovor tho Field for Noxt
Tho nojtt contest for tho L-gislaluro in
this county will bo moro than Interesting
There are a host of candidates already In
Bold and Shenandoah has no less than a
dozon. Modott, isn't she?
Who will ho tho ii' Xt Republican candi
date for Congrofs in this district? Ex Con
gressman Brumin is frequently mentioned,
but it is said ho is a candidate for Judgo
Pershing's position. Roprosentativo Davis
is prominontly spoken of, but as to wheth-
or our -urns is wining to enter tho list wo
havo nothing definite. Ho woull mako a
strong candidate and tho pnrty could go
further and faro worse. Senator Keofor, it
is understood, has become tirod of tho Son
alo and would like to go to Copgrcss. Wat
son F. Shepird, E q., was tho loadinecan'
didato on tho Democratic tide, bofi.ro the
recent election, but his advocacy of Judge
Green's re-election has "soured" tho young
Democracy and ho may not get it if the
young bloods control tho noxt Democratic
A gentleman, who seems to know all
about it, confidentially tells tho UKralp
that tho following is tho Republican Blate
noxt year: Brumm is lo bo nominated for
Judge, Ljsch for O ingress, Hon. Ellas
Davis for Senator, Coxo, of Schuylkill
llavon, lor Legislature. For tho Legisla
ture in tho upper (north of tho mountain)
districts, Phillips, of Gordon; Yost, of
Shenandoah, and Woldy, of Tamaqua,
Delegates to tho National Convontion,
Wilhelm, of Pottsvllle; Finnoy. of Shen
andoah; District Attorney, MacWilhelm,
of Ashland. Mahanoy City Is to have ono
of tbo best county offices and a delegate to
tno next btato Uonyontion. Tho balance
of tho county offices to go bolow tho moun.
In tho next Democratic County Conven
tion Shenandoah young Democrats will
lako an important part. Scanlan, Mul
doon, Scheifiy, Reilly (John A.) and Stan
top will be on deck. Tho most conspicu
ous and probably the most popular nmonir
tho number, is Scanlan, who has boon set
aside so often for other favorites. Scheifiy.
of course, thinks his chances for a good, fat
county otlicear.e .of the best. Ho may
again be diiappointed. Wo never bolioved
tho professions mado by bis friends woro
sincere, but we will bo greatly surprised
should thoy too tho mark noxt year and
glvo him a nomination. "Hope doforrod
makotb tho heart sick," and any other
person but Schoifly would have died of dis
appointment long ago.
Washington Camp, No. 183, P. O. S.
of A., will celebrate its fourth annivorsary
noxt Wednesday ovoning by holding a mus
ical and literary entertainment in tbo camp
room in Robbins' building, cornor of
Alain and Oak streets. Tho mombors of
other camps are Invited.
Buoklen's Arnica Salvo.
Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fovor
bores, letter, Chajped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively euros Piles, or no pavment reouirod.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded, Pnco 25 cents per
box. For salo by O. II. Hagonbuch.
The finest note paper and onvolopes in
tho country at Max Reoso's. tf
If you want an excellent farm o'liminrl
only six mllos from Shenandoah, contain
ing 28 acres, with fruit trees and stream of
water, call at tho Herald offlco for further
particulars. It is a profitable investment
and tho terms aro reasonable. 11-18-tf
The following lottors remain uncallod for
In tho Shonandoah. Schuvlklll
post office, November 21, 1891 :
Corelaud, Horace Jones, Mrs. D. Avon
I'artioS Callini? for KllvnrtlsnH lnllnro
should please say "advertised." Ono cent
will be charged on all advertised lottors.
U. O. Boyer, P. M.
Lane's Fumily Modioino
Moves tho bowels each day. Most pooplo
noed to uso It.
Out of Town Investments.
'Squiro Goorgo W. Hass'lor has two nice
properties, ono In Schuylkill Haven and
tho other In Lobanon, both erected this
year. They aro both very desirable and
will command good rents.
Ono faro for round trip via Nickel Plate
Nov. 25th and 20th, Thanksgiving.
d & w tf
Vote of Thanks.
Tbo Jewish Congregation has adonted a
resolution oxtending thanks to J. P. Will
iams & Son for a loan of chairs for uso ut
the New Year services of the Congrega
A Kind Friend.
Is what they call that Famous Remedy, lied
Flat; Oil, It qulokly cured Ithcuumllsm,
Neuralgia, Cut., llruues, Jlurne, Bores and all
PUin. It U COOd lor limu nr lifnKf. Qftrontii.
At Klrlln'a drug store.
Buy Keystone flour. Be careful that the
name Lkbsio & Co., Ashland, Pa.t ic
printed on evory sack. 3-3-3taw
GLEANINGS BY A "HERALD"
OLDTIME RESIDENTS ONTHE ROAD
Familiar Facos Soon in Philadel
phia, Bothlohom, Reading,
Hazloton and Othor Places.
Now in Othor Parts.
Almost every ono who lived in Shonnn
doah in tho "Sovcntios" knew ""Johnny"
Ho: dorson, at ono time clerk atthoKohloy
Run colliery. I mot him tho other day on
a P. & R. train en route for Wllllamsport
Since ho loft Shenandoah 'Mr Henderson
has been over tho largest part of tho globe
and ho spont sevoral months in South
America. Ho is now with a largo coaland
lumber firm in Philadelphia.
Captain R. J. Linden, superintendent of
tho Pinkerton detecllvos, is about to bo
mndo superintendent and chief of tho
I'hiladelpbia forco. Captain Linden is
woll-known in this rogion, and especially
in Shenandoah, v.here he has many warm
friends. Tho writor met him this week.
Ho has changed very littlo in appearance.
I met "Phil." Conrad on Seventh street,
Philadelphia, rocontly. "Phil." Is an old
Tamaqua boy. Ho was clerk for Wiggan
A: Treibel, coal operators, and rotidod at
Mahanoy City for a number of years. Ho
isnov ongagod in tho printing business in
Philadelphia with his son.tnd Is doing woll.
A visit to Reading brought mo in contact
with two of our termor townsmen Josh
Kotnor and Stephen Goho. Thoy both
own considerable proportv in tho county
seat of Borks. Mr. Gjho has been
especially lucky in his real estate invest
Cashier John R. Loisenring, formorly of
town, now lives in oxcclleijt stylo in Haz
loton. Tho bank of which Mr. Loi-onring
is cashier in tbo now citv hn Wn on
successful and he now stands in tho fore
most ranks of bankers.
While in Bothlehom I camo across our
old friend and formor townsman Hon. Jool
B. McCamant. Ho has mado th'o bank
with which ho is connected in Ilethlnhnm ..
grand success. Mr. McCamant is an ardont
nna consistent .Democrat, but politics don't
count when ho can do a friend a favor.
Stepp'ng off the train'at Birdsboro a few
dny8 ago I mot our old friend "Charley"
Wldenmoyor. Ho is looking well and
has steady and profitable employment.
"Charley" nover forgets Shonandoah on
Decoration or Grand Army Days, when ho
is found in tho ranks of Watkin Waters
I'ost, G. A. R , of town.
"Joe" Bonsingor, who, several years ago,
was clerking in Hammer's storo in town,
and who subsequently wont into the news
papor businoss, is now ongagod in tho hotel
business in Dubois. Ho is ono of tho most
popular landlords in Cloarfiold county and
is making plenty money.
Rov. William Powick, of tho M. E.
church, is in attendance at the Epworth
Loaguo convontion in Philadelphia, tut
will return in timo to preach to-morrow.
Mrs. William Gibson, of Vanmln T.n.
zorno county, is tho guost of hor daughter,
31 ra. ueorgo llohland.
The Womelsdorf Case.
Tho trial of tho libel suit of Womelsdorf
against Placo and Wilson, formerly of tho
Reading Telegram, was concluded at Potts
villo yesterday. Tho case was given to tho
Jury at 3:30 o'clock. At 0 p. m the Jurors
reported that they could net agreo and
asked to bo dismissed, but Judgo Pershing
insisted upon a vordict. At midnight a
sealed vordict was handed in and whon
openod it was found to be "guilty," with a
recommendation for moroy in bobalf of
Wilson. An nppllcatlcn will bo made for
a now trial.
Important to Young People.
Young fullcs can spend an enjoyablo
evening at the "Y" mteting this evening.
Strangers aro especially woloomo. Tho
following programmo will be rondorod :
Instrumental Mtihlo, Misa O. Hatsler.
l'aper ou scleutltltf temperance. A. O. Mor
Lomio itecitatlon, illts Jennie BccldaU,
Question Hor, llenj. Bidden,
biuglng, "Y" members
Heading. .Miss Annie CUueer
Urlllo's Keport, Win. Heeves,
Interesting revival servioea have been
going on at tho M, E ohuroh during this
week aud will bo continued from nieht te
It don't do tn nnirprt nAtiira'H wamfnp
aches through the tyMem, cause Itlieinnu
Usui. Ni umlijla and lkrkuclie. Try lUti Klog
Oll( the t'nmuus l'uln Cure. 2i cents at Klr-
Four tintypes for 25 cents, at Daub's. If
HERE IS A GOOD PLAN
To Got Manufacturers of all Kinds
to Locato in Our Olty.
Tho following article, origin illy pub
lished by the Hkralp several weeks ago la
still boing published throughout tho county
and will b ar republication here :
A prominent business man suggests tho
following plan lor organization in lieu
of a board of trade. The idea is h.
novel ono and tho plan appo irs feasible.
It is suggested that a co-operative indus
trial organization, having for its object the
promotion of homo industries, bo formed.
That property holdors, business men, and
taxpnycrs who aro not property holdors or
businoss mon, bo enlisted and oach mombor
pay in ono dollar per month on each share.
On an issuo of 600 shares tho incomo
would bo 5500 per monlh and such an in
como would lay a good foundation for
serious and healthy industrial movemonU.
Of course if ono of two thousand shares
could bo disposed of, so much moro healthy
tho moyomont would bo. Whon sufiiciont
funds aro accumulated tho association
would bo in a position to givo outside capit
alists and manufacturers, who aro now
rapping at our doors, substantial encour
agement without casting a burden upon
any class of citizens.
Tho property holdor, of oour.io, is the
most interested in having industries estab
lished in tho town, and ho could well af
ford lo waive interest for a whilo on tho in
stallments be wi uld pay into the fund.
The business man is equally interested, and
tho taxpayer who is not engaged in busi
ness and does not own property would also
havo an interest.
In tho cqso of tho latter tbo holdor g
sharos who takes an actlvo interest in tho
aflalrs of tho association would bo in n bet
tor position to t ocuro work for his relatives
in the factories or other industrios that
might be established than tho man who in
terested himsolf in no way with tho organ
ization. Gratifying to AH.
Tho high position attained and tho uni
versal accoptanco and approval of tho
pleasant liquid fruit romedy.Syrup of Figs,
as tho most excellent laxalivo known, il
lustrate tho value of tho qualities on which
its success is based and aro abundantly
gratifying to tho California Fig Sprup Co.
A fino stock of guns and amunlllon for
salo cheap at Max Rcofo's. 10-21-tf
Evory atom of sconory used In tho pro
duction of "Sho Couldn't Marry Three,"
13 specially built lor tho play. There aro
overthroo tons of it; it is worth going
miles to ton. Ono of tho most notablo
econos in tho p'ay is a picturo of tho Corn
ish Coast, with practical revolving llght
houso and moonlight on tho ocean ; alsotho
view of Carboy's Abbey wilh crumbling'
walls and clinging ivy, a scone so beautiful
as to baffio description. In tho last act of
tho play is 6hown an oxact representation
of Dingloy Tunnel, ono of tho most stupen
dous and natural railroad scones ovor pro
duced. Every ono of thoo novel effects aro
guaranteed by Managor.Hassonforder, and
will bo scon here In the production of
"Sho Couldn't Morry Three."
Strength and Health.
If you aro not foelingstrongnnd htalthy,
try ElectricMlittcrs. If "La G-ippo" ba3
left you weak and weary, use Electric Bit
ters. This remedy acts directly on Liver,
Stomach and Kidnoys, gently aiding thoso
organs to porform their functions. If you
aro afllicted wilh Sick Headacho, you will
find speedy and pormanont relief by taking
Eloctric.Bittors. Ono trial will convinco
you that this is tho remedy you need.
Large buttles only 60c. nt C. H. Hagcn
buch's Drug StoJo.
Waters' Weiss boer is tho bo6t. John A.
Rollly solo agent. 6-5-tf
Charles Buichill is now located atoorner
of Main and Coal streets, Shonandoah.
Rogular meals, at popular prices, served
any tlmo. Ladles' dining and refreshment
rooms attached. 9-1-1-tf
Along the line of the Nickel Plate Thanks
giving Daf. One fare for round trip Nov.
25th and SOth. d.vw tf
With four pounds of
CALIF Baking Powder,
we'll givo you a beau
tiful Gloria Cloth Urn.
brolla. Guaranteed fast
color and as good a
you can;buy anywhoro
Baking Powder warranted
good or money refunded.
No. 122 North Jardln Strt