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i VOL. VI.--NO. 274. SHENANDOAH. PA.. SATURDAY. DECEMBEll 19. 1S9L. ONE PENT
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New York, Nov. 19, 1801,
NEWS OF THE DAY.
The Supreme Court ot the ITnltod
States has adjourned (or tho Christmas
holidays. It will meet agalu on Jan
k A meeting ot representatives ot the
aociuent insurance companies or the
United .States was held at Niagara
Mrs. Lockhart, aged 84, was suffo
cated by smoke in a Are which occurred
iter residence, Maroy avenue, Brook
r, yesterday. jh
Articles of Incorporation of the Adi
rondack & St. Lawrenco Telegraph &
Telephone Co., hare been filed at
Albany, N. Y.
Ninety Russian Jews, supposed to be
n portion ot the Baron Hirscli Importa
tion, are quartered in the synagogue at
Fall Hlver, Mass., waiting (or work, rat)
Thieves broke the plate-glass window
of W. L. Wilson's jowelry store in Fifth
avenue, Pittsburg, early in the morn
ing, and Stole $1,000 worth ot diamonds.
The lady who married Count Orlow
ski in Paris, Wednesday, was Miss Ma
bel, daughter of the Duchess de Dlno,
not the Duahess herself, as first re
ported. Ray, aged 10, son of Rev. J. S. Rich
ards, and John P., aged 15, son of Mrs.
F. E. Johnson, broke through the ice
while skating at Ellsworth, Mo., and
Lewis L. Waterson, a former book
keeper of Chin. P. Beat & Co., neckwear
manufacturers, of Rochester N. Y., has
been arrested charged with appropria
ting $1,780 of the firm's money to his
Edward L. Thomas, of Rochester, N.
Court against the Vacum OH Co., to re
cover oj, uuu uaniages atiegeu to nave
been cijuecl his ice plant by refuse from
jjjfif oompauy's factory.
Fancy rings of all descriptions at Hoi-
I derman'o. 11-28-tf
$f r A FOR A CARPET
H i I Sweeper. Others
. . II I for ?3 00, and very
1 V J good ones for ?3.50
lliuy one for your wile for a Christmas
present, vve ai&o nave a tine line oi
iRugs and Carpets at
!C. D. FEICKE'S CARPET STORE.
Honest Goods at Fair
Aiwa; s give
In the line of Good Goods
another lot of New Country Lard, strictly pure
Wur BAKING MOLASSES,
New Orlcans,not mixed
.Our EIRE 1 ABLE SYltUP,
color, fine flavor, pure sugar not mixed tolth glu
cose or corn syrup.
Milypnya Fmtcy Price ior
twlicn a trial vU convince you
tfviucctl llit ou can Have money. We guarantee It tone
V;lil IU sVll UI)A.;9l. J r VII
Our UIVEKSIDI5 KUCICWIIKAT FLOUR is a choice
Our Old-TImc COXN Is made ofnew corn-Kllit-
drledand frc-li (jroHiid.
Try our Old.Time GRAHAM FL.OVU.
Try "NOItTII-WKSTISUN 1JAISY" Flour.
Will arrive In a few days, a Car
Tho twenty-fourth birthday of Miss
Ilettlo Bernard Chaso was celobralod In
hor private car, after the performance at
Frcolnnd, Pa , on December ICthi Covert
woro laid for eighteen members of tho
company and a sumptuous supper served,
whilo thu band discoursed music especially
arranged for tlio occasion. The company
will appear at Mahanoy City, "Wednesday,
December 21th, Joseph M, Jacobs
Chinese character comedian, joined tho
llcrnard Chase C impany on the 10. i inst.
Good looks are more than skin deep, de
pending upon a hoaltby condition of all
tho vital organs. If the Liver bo inactive,
you havo a Ililious Look, if your stomach
bo disordered you have a Djspeptic look
and if your Kidneys bo atTjctod you have
a pinched look. Securo good health and
you will have good looks. Eloctric Hitters
is tho great alterative and Tonic acts di
rectly on these vital organs. Cures
l'lmplcs. Blotches, Boils and gives a good
complexion, Sold at O. II. Hagonbuch's
Drug Store, COc. per bottle.
Notice to 'Squlros
'Squiro J. J. Monaghan this afternoon
receive d the following dispatch :
"Mahanoy City. Dec. 19. 1891.
"To 'Squire Monaehan : Do not marry
L nomas Alooreann Mary uorrlgan. un
lawful. Notify all other
Up to the hour tho Herald went to
press 'Squire Monaghan had not made tho
acquaintance ot tilhor Mr. Moore, orMUs
Buy Keystone flour. Be careful that the
lamo Lkssiq & Co., Ashland, Pa., It
printd on every sack. 8-3-1taw
Dirt Bank on Firo.
Tho bottom oi the dirt bank of the
Shenandoah City colliery, near the peni
tentiary, was discovered on fire yesterda)
afternoon. A force of tho colliery em
ployes succeeded in putting it out after
working hard for two' hours. It is supposod
that the fire whs started by fires built by
tramps or others.
All kinds of candies, 20 cents per lb., at
Duncan & Weidley's. 12-5-t
Tho Stono Crusher.
The numerous inquiries as to why the
borough stono crusher is not being operated
is Bnswcred by members of the roads and
highways committeo, who say that the
suspension is caused by all the carts being
monopolized by the electric railway work,
Handsome stock of lamps with the most
delicately hand-paintod bisque and china
shades, at Holderman's. 11-28-ti
For Holiday Gifts
Call and see the lino hand-painted articles
of Chinawaro, the work ot Hiss Virgie
Hollopetor, of town, now on exhibition
and sals at McCarthy's drug store.
Personal-Should this meet the eye of tho
Individual who created a disturbance in
church lad Holiday by his continued cough
ing, ue win comer n. invoron ine congregailou
by procuring a bottle of Dr. Bull's Coujli
Byrup, which will cure him.
GOODS Never do at ANY PRICE.
we invite your attention to
2 qts. lor Soc, is strictly
foods and the best we can buy.
at Wo a quart, Is bright
a particular brand ol Flour,
Unit you can buy AS GOOD
1UI11 111 111V
Load of SALT, Coarse and Fine.
GLEANINGS BY THE LOCAL
CORPS OF REPORTERS.
WHAT THE SCRIBES SEE AND HEAR
Whoro Those Who Aro So Dis
posed May Attend Dlvino
Worship To-morrow Other
English llaptist church, South Jardin
Ureot. Uev. II. O. Jamo, pastor. Preach
ing at 10:30 a. m. and 0:30 p. m. tiubjco
for morning: Tho Tree of Hfo and
Death. Kvenlngsubjsct: l'rovidenco. Sab
path school at 2 p. tn. Dsacon John
liunn, superintendent. On Monday even
ing at 7:30 tho B. Y P. Union will meet.
On Wednesday ovoning at 7 o'clock a
gonoral prayer mooting.
M. . church, K-v. Wm. Powick, pustor.
derviccs to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. and 0:30
p. m. Mo ning subject : "Tho pro-eml-nenco
of Public "Worship," Evening sub
ject: "Soma Lessons for tho Church from
the County Institute," with a prelude on
'the value oi county institutes."
Sunday school at 2 p. m., to be followod
by tho dovotional meeting of the Epwonh
League. Prayer meeting at o p. m. and
on Ttiursday ovening at 7:30. All are In
vited, Soats free.
All Saints' Episcopal church, Oak street,
near Main, Rev. Floyd E. Wert, rector.
Services as follows: Morning prayer and
litany with reading and sormon, 10,30.
Evening prayer and sermon, 0:30 Sunday
school at 2 p. m. Tho rector officiates and
preaches at the morning sorvico on the
second and fourth Sundays of each month
and at tho evening service on tho first and
third, a lay r-ader officiating In hissbsonco.
P. M. church, corner of Jardin and Oak
streets. Servicos Sunday nt 10:30 a, m.
and 6:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 2 p. m.
Young Peoples' Christian Endeavor at C
p. m. every Sabbath, Classos meet Tues
day and Wednesday evenings at 7 o'clock
and Sunday at 9:30 a. m. General prayer
meeting Thursday at 7:20 p. m. II. O
Rneeell, paetor: ,
Presbyterian church. Rev. W. McNally,
pastor. Servicos at 10:30 a. m. and 0 p. ni,
In tho morning there will be a Christmas
service followed by the Sacrament of tho
Lord's supper. In tho evening the subject
of the "Lord's Second Coming" will bo
continued, showing that it is a future and
not h past event; that it did not oc.ur either
at the destruction of Joruealom, or the day
of Pontocost. All are cordially invited.
Welsh Congregational church, Rev.
Owen Enoch, pastor. Services at 10 a, m.
and 0 p. m. Morning subject: "A re
markable Faith," in Wolsh. Evening
subject: "Tho Prodigal returning to Con
sciousness," ir, English, Sunday school at
2 p. m, Monday night at 7 p. m,, a preach
ing service, Rev. Mr. Davies Talmaso will
officiate. Thursday evening, 7 p. in ,
clas meeting. A cordial welcome to all.
Wolsh Baptist church, corner West and
Oak Etreots. Rev. D, I. Evans, plnr.
Services Sunday at 10 a. in. in Welsh
and 0 p. in. in English. Sunday school at
2 p. m. Prayer meeting on Munday even'
Ing, at 7 o'clock. Class meeting on Thurs
day ovoning, at 7 o'clock.
To-morrow morning and evening Rev
G. W. Imboden, of Port Clinton, Pa will
preach In the Evangelical church. Aftor
the morning sermon now members will bo
recoivod into church. All aro invitod.
Trinity Reformed church. Rev. Robert
O' Boyle, pastor. Services to-morrow
morning and evening. German services in
the morning. Sunday school at 1:80 p. m;
English Lntboran church. Services on
Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Text: Romans8:81;
"God for U)," 0:30 p. ra. Luke 7:38; "At
His Feet." Prcaching.' by Rev. II. 11.
Tho only safe way lor purchasers is to in
sist on having tho genuine article, and not
allow themselves to be swindled by having
plaetors said to bo "just as good," or "con
taluing superior ingredients," imposed upon
them. These are only tricks to sell inferior
goods that no more compare with Allcock's
Porous Plasters than copper does with gold,
One trial of Allcock's Porous Plasters will
convince tho most skeptical of their merits.
Theeminont Henry A. Mott, Jr., Ph. D.,
F. 0. S., late Government ClmnHt, certi
".My Investigation of Allcock's Porous
Plaster shows it to contain valuable and
essential Ingredients not found in any other
plaster, and I find it superior to and more
offlcent thun any other plaUor,"
Ask for Allcock's, and let no solicitation
or explanation induce you to accept a sub
Green moss paper trimming in 10 yard
pieces and green moss papor wreaths aro
suitable articles to decorate indoors for the
holidays. No dirt and good for several
12 18-3t JIoiiuan's Bazar.
Candelabras and candlesticks, and
fancy bric-a-brac of all kinds, at Holder
A DISTRESSING CASE.
Sad Consequences of Martin Dool-
Mirtin Doohng, a resldont of Wis'
Cherry street, arid "'mployed as a ooal trail,
brakeman nn the Philadelphia and Head
ing railroad, mo. with an accident while or
July yesterday afternoon that caused bl
death last uighl,
Whilo on t coal train betweon Gordoi
mil Ajhland Douling put on the brake
As bo tightened it the chain broke arid tin
unfortunate man was thrown to the
truck. Ths wheels of tho ears following
passod over one of his legs, crushing it in h
horrible manner (rem ankle to hip.
Duoling was removed to tho MlnorB'
Hospital and diod there at eleven o'clock.
The remains woro brought to town this
Tho doceasod was abjut 35 years of age
and a wifo and fivo sniull children aro lelt
to mourn hU death, lie was a popular
young man and much sympathy is ex
prefsoi for his unfortunate family. Ai
ono tlmo ho was a momhor of tbo T. A. B
band and was a member of the Annuncia
tion T. A. B. Socioty at the time of hi
death. About a year ago ho wont t"
Philadelphia and securod a; position as
brakoman on the P. & R. railroad. He
moved back to town about two m nthe
Holderman's jewely store, on tho direct
corner of Main and Lloyd streets, isamin-
iaturo world's fair with its myriad of holi
day attractions. Mr. liolderman is doing
business on a roik-bottom basis rud pur
chasers can get the best values at what'
ever sum they wish to expend. 12-14-tl
William N. Ebrhart is confined to his
bed with a severe attack of gri,.
Miss Annie Rosor, of Frackv lie, ia the
guest of Mrs. J. K. Kehlor, of North Jar
1 j. H. Severn, the East Centro street
grocer, is just recovering from an attack ol
H. J. Evans and Thomas II, Williams,
of Dickinson's seminary, "Williainspoit,
are homo to spend thu Christmas hulidays.
Miss Eliznbetb II. Kehlor, daughter 1 1
Frackville's popular clothier, is in town
visiting her cousin, Miss Ida Kehlor.
Summerfield C. Wilde, at ono time a
resident ot tbi- town, but now a prosperous
business man of t'laltsinuutb, Neb., win
oat his Christmas turkey with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Robort Uillhouso, of New
town, attended tho funeral of tbo latu
John Lfckio, who whs klllod on the rail
road Thursday morning last. Mr. ana
Mrs. Ilillhousd wero at one time residents
ol this place and aro looking well.
A Large Shaft.
John II- Evans, ot town, has been
awarded a contract to sink a shalt for tnt
Lehigh & Wilkts-Barro Coal Company at
Ashley. Tue shaft is to be sunk from the
surface to the bottom of tbo seam of co I
known as tho ri d ash vein, 010 feet. Tht
sli at was 12 reel wide and b-i teut long.
l'no shall will bo worked on threx fur
shifts ol not lu s than eight men each.
Tbo work will begin early in January.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Tho Best Salve in the world fur Cut.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, .Fevei
Soros, Tetter, Cba) ped liands, Chilblain.
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and po-i
lively cures Piles, or no payment required.
It is gua'anieed to give perteci satislaction,
or money refunded. Price 2) cents pe
box. For sale by U. U. Uagenbucn.
Cheap Holiday Excursion Tickets
via Reading Railroad
The Reading Railroad announces that
pursuant tolls usual custom, cheap holiday
excursion tickets will be sold to all points
in its torritory, the rate being about two
cents a mile. Theso tickets will be sold
from Decomber 23d, 1891, to January 1st,
1802, and will be good lor return passage
until January 4lh, 1802. No such tiekeis
will, however, be eold at less than 25 cents.
Tbo following s the programmo for tbo
"Y 1 meeting this evening :
l,a..,lln. ttalla 1, ,..,
K, halved, rhut u uneudtbrirt Is a Ereater
uvn in miumuuiiy iuu i u mibur. Aiuruiu
live, K. 11. Hcpklus, Jr. Weuilve, A. U,
"What I saw During the Week," George 1.
Tattler, lleber Hooks,
lloudholders will find Halvntlon Oil a sure
oure lor Kout or rlieumuilHui. it Is sold bv
all dealers. Price only cents a bottle.
Dolls I Dolls I Dolls I
Largest and best assortment in town.
Kid body and dressed dolls 25 cents. Toys
of all descriptions. All tho latest games,
puz.li-s, picture and story books. Bisque
figures, chinawaro, etc. Handsome plush
presents for Christinas. At Mellet's, 22
East Centro street.
A bad coju-li or cold aalls lor a enoil remedy
the cure lor It. F r Coughs, Colds, l.u
Urliipe and Consumption, a perfect and
per naneut oure Is t'au-f Ina, the worn cms b
fieia 10 iih nuuug properties 'osis't cents.
uu-Tlnuls sold ul I'. 1 1). Kirllu'sdrug
"Van Houton's Cocoa Tho origins', mos'.
THE BOROUGH COUNCIL NOT
DISPOSED TO COMPROMISE
WITH THE WATER GUM PAN Y.
What Mombors of tho Company
and Counoil Said Whor Thoy
Mot to Dlacuss tli9 Ques
tion. Tbo members of tbe joint commi'toeon
now water works say that th estimates
nado by thorn and published in tlio Ilsii
ai.d wero not estimates on tho cost of a
new plant, but on what they consider tho
plant of tbo old compiny is now worth.
It scorns thu the meeting of reprosentn-
ivos of tho company nnd the Borough
C uncil has availed nothing.
Dr. Gallon appeared in bohalf of tho
walor company. He said it would bo n
uoral wrong for tho borough to pursue a
vindictivo course against the stockholders
of thu company who knew nothing of the
iuit at Pottsvillo.
Councilman James ml J ho doubted that
there was ono of tho stockholders ignorant
of tho cult.
Councilman Wurm said ho didn't liko
the way th ngs went throe different coin
mittooi having represented tho water com
pany in tho present controversy.
Councilman Lamb said the only way out
of tho thing was tor tho joint committee to
put in new water works, as tns.ructod by
he meeting of citizens.
Councilman Scheitly asked if tho
borough accepted the proposition of tbe
water company would it raise individual
Mr. Gallon said It would pot.
Mr. Martin Purcoll said he knew noth
ing ot the Pollsyille suit until almost the
last minute and that bo expressed the
opinion before the yerdict that tho com
pany should lose.
Mr. Michaol O'Unra said bo was a small
stockholder in the water company. That
he knew nothing of tbo suit until bo saw
the books In Pottsville, Ho also said,
"Wo all know tbo men who brought tho
suit. Somo of them are nice men and
some of them are not so nico. Mistakes
made by them shomd not be put un all
the stockholders ot the company."
Councilman Lamb stated that the joint
committee is going ahead as carolully as
possible, ttciing under legal advice, an J
Council neod not bo afraid of what is being
done, as tho committee understands the sit
uation well. It bai in contemplation enor
mous engines for tho pumping station, a
dam on tho mountain, two or three miies
of ibe best 12-inch extra heavy pipe to
pump tbruugh, a large dam to contain 10,
0J0 000 gallons of water, or enough to k op
thu town supplied fur 1-1 uays, 12-inch
mains for the town, an increase of firo
plugs and many improvements; and tbe
wbulu will cust many ihuus .uds ol dollars
lss than the Water O irnpaiiy asks for its
plant. Mr Lamb said bo pn ferred not
stating the figures at prosent. Ho said that
if tho prop sitlon of tho Water Company
had been r asouable it w uld probably
nave been acceplol. Un also staled that
if any memoer of Council arits inform
i on the subject he can easily obtain it
by applying to any member of thu joint
committoo. He closed by saying that tbe
proposed new wurks can be cumpletod in
All claims not consistent with the high
haracter ef;Syrup of Figs are purposely
avoided by;tho Cal. Fig Syrup Company.
It acts gently on the kidneys, liver and
nowels, cleansing tbo system effectually,
but it is not a cure-all and makes no pre
tentions that every boltlo will not eubstau
iato. OhrlBtmas and New Year Excur
sions on tbo Pennsylvania,
In pursuance if tbe custom long sinco
established, tho Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will soil excursion tickets bo
t veen all stations on its lines for the
Christmasland New Year holidays at a
rate of two cents per mile, Tbi so tickets
will be sold;Docrmber23d, 1891, to January
1st, 1892, Inclusive, valid for return until
January 4lb, 1892, inclusive.
Tho following letters remain uncalled for
in tho Shenandoah, Schuylkill county, Pa.
post office, December 19, 1891 :
Levy lmoii lllecher Ilar'y
McLaughlin Michael Jllony Llizie
Parties calling for advertised letters
jhould plcaso say "fivortisod." Onocont
will to charged on all advertised loiters.
II. O. Boyjsr, P. M.
An unusual number of articles for holi
day presents, superior in quality and sur
passed by none in the county for stylo and
execution, can be had at Holderman's
Jowelry store, direct on tho corner of Main
and Lloyd streets. 12-M-tf
Coughing Leads to Consumption,
Kemp's Balsam will stop tho cuugh at
Best photographs and crayons at Dabb's
Aftor tho Instltuto.
Deputy State Superintojdent Houck is
undoubtedly one of the most popular men
in tho country among tho school teachers
a id ina lu a uot ol lrlends outside his
i rofosu n during the Iristitu o
The enter.,, mm nt given by Mirshall
I'. Wi dir. tie Park S -t r. and our High
i hool quartette was declared by many tho
but of tho series. Wildor was uproar
iously funny aod ho std ho never ap
.eared beiora a more intelligent, appro
eulite, and itttentivo audience. To High
i hool quartette, which con-isted of Messrs.
John Price, Edward Suomaker, John
Scheitly and lUrrj C auser, soured an in
s'antai'Ooua hit. Tun quartette, Is a very
Misses Nellie- Roberts, May Reoeo nnd
No'.ly Thorn, three of St. Cmir's cliirniing
school teachors, returned to their homes to
It a vote ol tho poopla who aro not con
nected with tho teachers' profession and
who listened to thu instructors at tho in-
s.iluto were taken county institutes wuuld
be declared successes beyond all doubt.
Tno instructors w ro a brilliant corps ai,d
those who listened lu tbeui leel iudebtoj to
It is quite evid,nt the anti institute
croakers wero hit .-o bard by the county
teachers this week that they will not blow
tueir horns tor sumo time.
Hon. Thomas B. Stockwell was the first
instructor from Rhode Islai d to appear
bofuro a Schuylkill County Institute. His
Uiks woro tbo gems ot the institute and
"Liltle Rbody" can be proud ot the Com
missioner of Public Instruction.
Among tbo pleasant side issues of the
week was a visit to tho inside workings of
tho Shenandoah City colliery by Mr.
Stockwell, Miss Seegmiller and Mr. Freo
man, under the guidance of Division Sup
erintendent Williams and District bup.r
intendent Brudigan. Tho visitors had an
excellent opportunity of sooing tho inside
workings uf tbo rnino And thoy said tho
recollection of tbe visit would always bo a
plea-uro to them.
"Oh I What a Night I"
Tho success of both star and comedy was
most pronounced. Tho piece affords tho
star excellent opportunities for tho favora
b o display ot those peculiar powors to
ploase which made him popular, and, moro
than this, it Is a really meritorious comedy,
rich in laughable incidents, confusing con
trotemps, amusing accidents, and funny
situations. It belongs to that class which
was mado popular by Mr. .Charles AVynd
bam and his company, and it is by no
meana Ibo poorest thing of its kind which
hts been givon hero Jloaton Herald. At
Ferguson's theatre this ovoning.
A Mother's Complaint.
Editoii Herald : t think it would bo
no more than right for you to publish in
your valuable paper that a gambling don is
kept in full blast in a basement on ono of
our most public streets o'f the town. It is
run by a stranger and ho is, I am inlorniod,
hacked by a prominent citizen of town.
It is chii fly patronized by boys. My two
b ys go there and 1 know of a good many
moro boys who go there and gamble away
their money. Tlio clliz-ns should know of
this den and If il is not closed I will roport
tho samo to tbe Chief Burgess.
Dec. 18 1'91.
A Drlvor Injured.
Joseph, son of IVter Sheotz, of East
Lloyd street, mot with an accident yester
day in Packer No. 3 colliery, where he
was omployod as a driver. Sheetz at
tempted to hold a trip of buggies a boy
had failed to sprag and was knocked down.
The two bonos of bis right log wero brokin
bolow the knee and his back was injured.
Tbo boy is being cared for at the home cf
Hurrah for the Holidays 1
Right now wo are ready for business
with an immonse assortment of Christmas
gifts in watches, jowelry, silverwaro, muslo
books, gold and silver-beaded canes um
brellas, etc., etc. E. B- Bkumm.
12 11 tf
A Voioo Prom Florida.
Dr. W. K. Uyimm, Live Oak, Florida, says.
Ilea Flag Oil Is one of tbo most succr tsful
pnln cures .to sell. It's nil unfailing remedy
for Kheumallsiii, Neuraicla and hprulus.
ited Fins Oil costs 25 cents. Bold ut V. V. 1).
Klrllu's drug store.
You Can't !
Hake good cnltes with
Set out a good dinner
with poor butter.
AVe got our Eggu dlreot
from the cDUUtry alwuya
good and fretdi. Haven't
noli! a packed egg this fall ;
nor wout. In ltutter wu
havo the finest Creamery.
There Is a dillcrcnre lu Creamery but
ter. Ours is tho best. We also get a
limited quantity of fanner's roll every
No. 322 North Jardin Street.
ii i m iitrtiiiirWsi'