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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 12 December 1892

J J1 WANTS, &o. tto II UKNT. A desirable stablo and car. I' rlR0 house on Market alley, between Cen tre and Lloyd. Apply at llKHAM) ofllce. If rll UKNT A good-sized stable. Apply to II, D Schoenor, 31 North Main street. 12-B-lw LJ -t.Oa Monday, beccmbor 5th, & black setter mixed with spanlol A sultablo renard for Its return lo John Wcoks' lestaur n, IT south .Mulu street. 12-10 Zt J- OST. On Thursday. Ueccmbcr 8th, a black J una whit ' H 'tter dog, bad on n now leather vollnr H ward will be paid for his roturn to iS. J. Yoit, ll W. vntro street. lS.lOxt Tpon. SALIC CHEAP. Ono of Chambers & I; Co's copying presses, the present owner kmlnft no use for ill belns good as new. Cull ut HKUALD OfllCO. BANK M.Ef!TIOV. Tho annual election of tho stockholders of the Merchant' Na tional Hank, ot Shenandoah, Ia will bo held at tbo Uanlilng Homo, TuoHday. January 10th, I80J, botwecn the hdusj of 1 and 4 p. tn for thopurpoio of electing thirteen (13) directors to sorTo tho enduing yea...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 12 December 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS Find no difficulty in securing what thoy require for their ta bles at our stove. Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. AMUSEMENT NOTES. .Tlooklngs ol l'lnys to bo Produced at Fcrguiiou's Theatre. Little Goldle, In "Tho Itocky Mountain "Waif," attracted two lurgo audiences to Harris's theatre yesterday afternoon and last evening. Tho play deals liberally with Western scenes and Incident, butitlsnono the less interesting and entertaining, tho scenery was much bel tor than the usual cheap stuff seen with productions of this character. mtiburg Leader. "Tho Kocky Mountain Waif" will loproducod at Ferguson's thcatro oa Wednesday evening, December 14th. DRUMMKH BOY. Tho great war drama, "Tho Drummer Boy, or Spy of Shiloh," will be produced at Shen andoah, in Ferguson's theatre, under tho auspices of Camp 200, F. O. S. of A., on next Friday and Saturday evenings. The charac ter of the drummer hoy will bo assumed by Miss Minnie Ouldln, of Fottsvllle, who with her ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 13 December 1892

THE EVENING HEEAL D VOL. VII.-OsTO. 298. SHENAND O AH. PA.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1892. 'ONE CENT. 3P. j 28 South Main St. JlKADQtUllTEllS rbllj Trimmings, Ladles' and Children'? GOATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth HY fifty cent storm serges will compare fa- III Torably with 80o goods sold In 1'hlladel " I plila and other cities. I em selling an all wool Habit Cloth, worth 60c. for30n per fard. I have the best GOc Corset in the region, 'lain Flannels, worth 23c. Bold hero for SOo per yard; tA wide Muslin fold for So per yard; the best Gray Flannel sold for 18c per yard, and a Good Flannel at 12c per yard. A good Blanket i or too a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. CENTS' Natural Wool Rults, worth far 12. Comfortables U 82 50, fold now for 12. and Lilankets cheap. Come at onco and secure good. values at old reliable stand, 288outh Main Btrcct, next door toQrand union xea. store. Time! Is money at tho Great Jewelry Depot You see all the latest designs In DiamoudH, Jewel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 13 December 1892

The Herald. rUUIilSHKD DAILY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED WKEKLT, KTKtlT BATHKHAT. 2T. A. JtOTEit..... - ,lfojri-lor 11. C IlOKBIt .. .Editor cincl liblithrr TT. J. WA1JC1X8 r.ofI FMlor r. IT. llOYHIt ..Jln4nri Manager The Everiho IIebm.d hMlrtor circula tion la Shenandoah than ar other piper pub- Hahod. Uooks ope to all. subscription rates: ii.y, per year - '3 00 TV sltT, per year........ - 50 Transient. 10 oents per line, first insertion ; 5 cents per lino ooch subsequent Insertion, Hates for regular ad? crtlslng can be had on applica tion at tho ofOco or by mall. Entered at tho Postomce at Shenandoah, Pa., for transmission through the mails as second-class mall matter. SUNDAY SERMON. 'J'he Discourse of Ilev. Powlclc to Hie SI. E. Conirrefflltlon. Tho sermon In tho M. E. church on Sun Jay morning was from I John, 2-1: "Jly lit tle children, those tlilnRs write I unto you that ye sin not. And if any man sin wo have an advocato with tho Father, Jesus Christ tho righteous." Note the tenderness o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 13 December 1892

WANTS, &o. nOB KENT. -A desirable stable and car JJ risse house on Matket alloy, between Cen tre and Lloyd. Apply at IIbhald omco. tt It II Hchnonnr. it North Main street. WANTED. A man of temperate habits and who does not smoke tobacco to work as Jaboror In a powder-mill. Wages il.60pcrday and house root f roe Stoady worn. One who understands inacbliiery prelerrod. vpply to John A. Tltinan. suenandoah. 12-lu-3t OALAKT Oil COMMISSION To agents to !"5 handle the Patent Chemical Ink Kraslng Knell. The most useful and novel Invention of the aire. Hrases Ink thoroughly In two seconds. Works like magic. SOU to Sou per cent, prodt. AKonts making f50 per week. We alio want a jrcneral agent to take churgo of territory, and appoint Bub agents. A raro chance to inase money. Write for terms and sample of eras tag, ilonroo Krasinir Mfg. Co., i063, Lacrosse, Wis. 11-aalm j f- to 115 per day at homo, selling Lightning SO Plater and plating Jewelry, watches, tableware &o. Plates the finest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 13 December 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! Find no difficulty in securing what thoy require for their ta bles at our store. Corner Grocery, l'KHSONAI.. cntrc and White Sts. tVns on n Hnreo. A lot of badly aamagccl mail matter arrival ut the local post ofllco yestorday. Attached to it was tho following notice: Post Ort'ioe, New York, N. Y. This piece of mall was damaged by water through tho breaking of tho shaft on the steamship 'Sprco,' which sailed from North' anpton, Nor. 23d. Coiinkmus Yan Cott, Postmaster. A Chilli Knjoys Tho pleasant flavor, gentle action and sooth tug offect of Syrup of Figs, when In need of R laxative, and if tho father or mother bu costive or bilious, tho most gratifying results follow its ubc; so that It is the best family remedy known and every family should karc ft bottlo. TJHE DANA'S 8AK8APABII.LA, ITS "THE KIND THAT CUKES." Twelve Plinto for ROc. By sending us your cabinet, together with 60 cents, wo will finish you ono dozen photos. U-2-tf W. A. Keagey. Kloctrlc itt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 14 December 1892

THE EVENING HERALD 0 VOL. VH.--NO. 299. SHENANDOAH. PA.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1892. ONE CENT. 1 't. i :e. jr. 28 South Main St. IlKADQUAIITEIlS foil Trimmings, Ladles' and ClftWen'i COATS Shade and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth mwY fifty cent storm serges will compare fa y vorably with Mo goods sold In Phlladel 'l pula and other cities. I am selling an all- wool Habit Cloth, worth 60o, for30o per yard. I bavo tho best Wo CorBot In tho region. Plain Flannels, worth 25c. sold hero for 20c per yard; 4-4 wide Muslin fold for 60 per yard; tho best Gray Flannel sold for 18o per yard, and a Good Flannel at 12c per yard. A good Blanket for 7l)o a pair. DRY GOODS ! t Everything a Decided Bargain. GENTS' Natural Wool Suits, worth 82 GO, f old now for f 2. Comfortables and Blankets cheap. Come at onco and secure good values at old reliable stand, 28 South Muln street, next door toQrand Union Tea Store. s 1 ime! Is money at tho Orcat Jewelry Depot You see all the latest designs In Diamonds...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 14 December 1892

The Herald. rUDLIBHKD DAILY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED TTIBKLT, BTBT SarTJIUlAY. tbe Italian Procurers Indicted New Youk, Doc. 14. Among the In dictments banded dawn by the United States grand Jury is that of Francisco and Clementina Pagllaro for procuring girls for Immoral purposes. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report 3T.A. JtOTBlt ..IVorrffr Jt. o, JIOVi.-...... KdUor and PublMitr W. JT. WA1KINS -.Local Editor T. it. J)OrjJ.......nuWnj manager The Kvehik IIihai.p has a larger clrcula ttoala Shenandoah than any other paper pub liaksxL Hooka opea to at!. subscription rates: vilt, per year, 00 1 W icEiT, per year ..... ..... 1 50 1 Advtrtltlng Until. Tranatont, 10 cents per line, first Insertion i 5 t nts per lino each subsequent Insertion, Hates for regular advertising can be had on applica tion at tho office or by mall. Eatered at tho Postofilce, at Shenandoah, Pa., for transmission through tbo mals as second-class mall matter. COUNTY CHAT. SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 14 December 1892

"WANTS, &o.- 17101 RENT. A desirable stable and car. J" rUsa house on Market alley, between Con ire ail Llojd. Apply at HeiiaU) ofllco. t( F R HENX1. A good-sized stable. Apply to k. u scnoencr, worm main sircei. 12-9-lw FOll RENT. Socloty and club rooms In tho post office building. Apply to XI. M. Durke, Attorney, Room 3. 11-14-tf QALART OR COMMISSION To. agents to ij handle the Patent Chemical Ink Erasing Pencil. Tho most useful and novel Invention of the age. Erases ink thoroughly In two seconds, Works like- manic. 200 to 600 per cent, prout. Agents making (50 per week, we also want a general agent to take charge, of territory, and appoint sub agents. A rare chilnco to make rnoaey. Write for terms and saraplo of eras ing. Monroe Erasing Mfg. Coi, x003, La Crosse, wis. ll-sj-lm d ff to 115 per day at home, selling Lightning J)D Plater and plating Jewelry, watches, tablewaro. &c. Plit'-'i the finest of jewelry good as new, on all Minds of metal with, gold, silver or nickel....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 14 December 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! Find no difficulty in securing what they require for their ta bles at our stove. Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. THEATRICAL NOTES. Reference to Ferguson Theatre Coming Attractions. JAMe Goldle, in "The Ilocky Mountain Tatf," attracted two large audiences to Harris's theatre yesterday afternoon and last evening. The play deals liberally with Western scenes and incidents, hut it is none the less interesting and entertaining, tho scenery was much hettcr than the usual cheap stuff seen with productions of this character. Pittsburg Leader. "The Rocky Mountain Waif" will bo produced at Ferguson's theatre this evening. DRUMMER DOT. Again tho great war drama, "The Drummer Hoy," has been presented by this Post to overflowing houses during sir nights and two jnatinccs, the receipts exceeding all records of last years. Therefore tho eommitteo desires to express to you, A. F. Null, their hearty appreciation as a manager and an actor. Tho enthusiasm with which ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 15 December 1892

THE EYENING HERALD NO. 300. SHENANDOAH. PA.. THURSDAY. DECEMBEK 15. 1892. V J?, u . I rTTl" T mm rTT v v . i i ... ... - I t hum MisviLLu mm :-;; zzszz m m mm m mm. ? o BOOKS K S 28 South Main St. IlEADQCAIlTEItS FOli DRY GOODS ! Trimmings, Ladles' and Children's COATS Shades and Shadings, OTJR CORRESPONDENT'S TRI BUTE TO THE DEAD. COMING TEACHERS' INSTITUTE sick man. Ills restoration to health and strength Is what every one is praying for, but there Is uo denying that there is daugor that the prayers will not bo answered just in the way wished for by no mortals. Bev.F. J McQovern's sermon over tlio body of deceased lawyer Nash was ouo of the finest ever delivered bore. Not only his own par ishioners but tho many representatives and members of Protestant congregations present A STRANGE TORMENTOR yOUNG WOMEN. OF Carpets and Oil Cloth MY fifty cent stora serges will compare fa IV I vorably with 80o goods sold in 1'Mladol ' I phia and other cities. I am selling an all. wool Habit Cloth...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 15 December 1892

The Herald. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY KXCEPTEt) WBKICLT, BTBBr BATUIWAT. jr. A. nOTEH --i I'roprMar Jl. O. llOYJSlt ....KJUor and JiiHIir If. J. W At Kim.. T'tral Editor jr. If, llOXKIt... ..JJu(tiM Kanaoer The Eniiin IlBrui. haisUrger clrcula tlom 1 Shenandoah th&s any other paper pub lished. Books opem ts all, , 1 50 suBscfliPTioN rates: J) wii.T.t)8r year..... W 00 W imcir, per year ............. AdrtrHtlng liatrt. Transient, 10 cents per line, Ant Insertion i 5 tents per lino onch subsequent Insertion, Katos lor regular advertising can bo had oa appllon tion at tho omco or by mall. Entered at tho Postofflce. at Shenandoah, Ta , for transmission through the inalli as second-class mall matter. COUNTY GaAT. SUMMARY OP THE PRINCIPAL COUNTY EVENTS. J'resented In ft Uriel" nml Interentlnir Form Lutoat Now From all Parts of Schuylkill Personals mid Other M oiitloti, , I'KNN, Kev. A. J... Urban, or Stroudsburft, Pa., fave a very interesting lecture in the II. E, church on Tuesday ovci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 15 December 1892

WANTS, too. I?Olt ItKNT.A good-slied stable. Apply to . U Schocnor, 8 North Main streot. 12-9-lw POU KEftT. Society and club rooms In the i. post ofico uuuumg. Appiyvu u, M. llurko, AtlnrnnvIloomS. 1S-1MI QALArfY OH COMMISSION-TO agents to O hanlle the I'atent Chomlcal Ink KrasltiK Pencil. Tho most useful and novel Invention of the ana Ureses ink thoroughly In two seconds, Acents mnklni IM per week. Wo also want a eehcnil URfnt to take chargo or territory, aim Ipnoint sub agents. A rare cnunco to mako ufm: fnr inrina and samrjlo of eras- Monroe erasing; imts. w, A...r,v, AGENTS WANTED ON HALARY or com mission, to handle tho now Patont Chemi cal InkErasing Pencil. Tho quickest nnd great est Belling novelty over produced. Erases ink thoroughly In two seconds. No abrasion or Paper. Works like mwlc. 200 to WW per cent, nrollt. One agent's safes amounted to M-ln iixdays. Another $32 In two hours. 1'revious experience not necessary. For term" and lull particulars, addrss The Monroo Mf'g C...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 15 December 1892

HUE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS! Tind no difficulty in securing what thoy requiro for their ta bles at our store. Corner Grocery, Centre and White Sts. l'KKSONAL. Hon. D. D. rhillips, of Gordon, -was in town yesterday. Krod. Wolf, of Pittsburg, transacted busi ness lioro yesterday. MIsh Rachel Rcoso, of Ccntralla, visited friends in town yesterday. W. It. Townsend, of the Kopitszch Soap Co., was in town yesterday. Messrs. James and Gcorgo Schoencr were in Mabanoy City yesterday on business. Alexander Govan, of Pottavlllc, who lias Leon spending several days with his daughter, Mrs. llritton, of Turkey Bun, returned homo yesterday, A Child Knjoyg The pleasant flavor, gentle action and sooth ing effect of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if tho father or mother be costive or bilious, tho most gratifying results follow its use; so that it is the best family remedy known and every family should h.'ivu'u bottle. Twelve Photos for 60e. By sending us your cabinet, together with 60 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 16 December 1892

THE EVENING HERALD VOL.. VII.--NO. 301. SHENANDOAH. PA.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 16. 1892. I'ONE OENT. dp. j mwM 28 South Main St. HEAnqnAiirisits ron DRY GOODS ! Trimmings, Ladles' and Children' COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth ngY fifty cent storm serges will compare fa M i Torably with 60o goods sold In Phlladel " I plila and other cities. Iam selling an all- wool Habit Cloth, worth 60c, for30o per yard. I have tho best fiOo Corset In tho region. Plain Flannels, worth 25c. sold here for 20o per yard; 4-1 wide Muslin cold for Be per yard; the boat Gray Flannel sold for 18o per yard, and a Oood Flannel at 12c per yard. A good Blanket for TOO a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. GENTS' Natural Wool Pults, worth J2oU, Fold now for 2. Comfortables and Illankcts cheap. Como at once and socure good values at old reliable stand, 288outh Main street, next door toQrand Union Tea store. Time! Is money at the Great Jewelry Depot 1 itlU etc ttll HIW luirnu ucDiftuo iu JiamoiiclB, Je...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 16 December 1892

THKEB YOUNG MEN GET INTO TROUBLE. THEY GRABBED THE WRONG MAN An Unknown Follow Insulted Lady and tho Trio Attomptod to Run Down the Offender. Tho Result. OLICE duty is (o somo e5l"NI liTfl K peotilo tho simplest of I ISiirJ' tlio modern means of seeking a livlihood All that is necessary, in tho opinion of many people, is to grab a transgressor of tho latv and run him Into a lock up. Muscle, sagacity and juugmoni lorra no element in a policemen's makeup in tho opin ion of the ordinary mortal. It was, perhaps this mistaken idea tiiat led th rce of our young townsmen Into trouble. Tuesday evening an unknown man who claimed to bo looking for a well-known man of town called at the residence of Deputy Coroner lirennan on South Jardln street His conduct was offensive, to Mrs. Brcnnan and when sho told him so ho addressed her in abnsivo language. This incident reached the attention of young Mr. Joseph l'eters, who is very inti mate with Sir. Brennan. With tho co-opera tion of Harvey Waters ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 16 December 1892

WANTS, &o. FOtt ItBNT.-Soclety and club rooms In tho postomoobuliains. Apply to M. M. l urke, Attorney, Iloom I. OALAKY DECOMMISSION-TO oconts to C handle the Patent Chemical Ink krasinij Pencil. The most useful and norql Invention or The age. Erases Ink thoroughly lu two seconds, Works like magic EUOtoStX) per cent, proM. Agents making W per week. Vo j alw want a eeneral agmt to take charge ot territory, nnd appoint sub aprnts. A rare chanco to mako oney. Wrw- for terms and sample of eras Jo. Monroe Krasine Mfg. Co , 1663, La Crosse, Wis. 11-25-lm $v to J15 per day at home, selling Lightning ft Plater and plating Jewelry, watches, loblewaro, Ac. Plites the llnest of Jowolry rood as new, on all winds of metal with gold, Silver or nickel. No experience. No capital. .Every houso has goodi needing plating. wSrfen II. K DEONO & CO., Columbus, O AQKNTS WANTED ON SALARY or com mission, to handle tho new Patent Chemi cal InkKrasing i-encu. nouluV?.-.5i iSC t. .inn nnvn tv nvrr nrnd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 16 December 1892

FINE GROCERIES HOUSEKEEPERS Find no difficulty in securing what thoy require for their ta bles at our store. Corner Grocery Centre and White Sts. PKHSONAL. L. A. Bamberger Is now "doing" Connectl nt. James J. Franoy loft for Norfolk, Va., this morning. Csroner Guldin, of Minersville, was In town yesterday. D. II. Graham, of Mahanoy City, was in town last evening on business. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Phillips visited friends in Girardville last evening. .Hiss Kate snortali, ot JenKintown, a very amiable young lady, is visiting her parents n West Coal street. Mrs. B. A. Church, formerly of town, will graduate from the Women's Hospital, Fhila delphia, as a trained nurso. Tlio annual commciicmcnt oxerciscs take placo to-morrow. Hon. D. D. Phillips, of Gordon ; Hon. J. J, Coylo, Mahanoy City; Postmaster Eberlo and Peter Griffith, Girardville, and Lawyer MacWIlhclm, of Ashland, were in town last evening. A Child Knjoys Tlio pleasant flavor, gentle action and sooth ing effect of Syrup of Fig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 17 December 1892

THE EVENING HEEALD. VOL. VII.-NO. 302. SHBN AJSTD O AH. PA.. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1892. ?ONE CENT. j?. cr. 2li South Main St. HEAUQUAlKEItS roil DRY GOODS ! Trimralngs, Ladles' and Childrea's COATS Shades and Shadings, Carpets and Oil Cloth HirYBfij cent storm serges will compare fa yl t vorably with Wo goods sold In Phlladel " I phla and other cities. Iam selling an all- wool Habit Cloth, worth 60c, for30n per fard. I have the best 60o Corset In tho regton. lain Flannels, worth 25c. sold hero for 20c per yard; 4-4 wide Muslin fold for 5o per yard; the best Gray Flannel sold for ISO per yard, and a Good Flannel at 12o per yard. A good Blanket lor to a pair. Everything a Decided Bargain. 1ENTS' Natural Wool Butts, worth F-sou, pom now iota, uomiortauira and Iilankets cheap. Come at once and securo good values at old reliable stand, 28 South Main street, next door to Grand Union Tea Storo. B o BOO KS ROOM FOR NORTHERN OAPI TAL DOWN SOUrH. K S Ornnd Opening of tho Hook .Department DE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 17 December 1892

MONTANA'S QUEER MINE. It Otoeoa Its Own Mouth When Tr la Raining; "The Narrow Kaenpe or One or tlm Mln' Ovrliftrn Who Wenl Down ISrlnw During a Hmlnstorni-A Nat ural Wotiur. MAPPING A Trojecl, THE WORLD. Recent reference to the natural won teas ot Montana, particularly the Alckca broth and bichloride springs, tarings to light others of equal inngni Vide, says the Omaha lice. Col. John DojIo'b wonderful vlncfjar mine in 'Beaverhead county passes the domain of doubt into the Kimllplit of truth. It is bached by crisp aflldavits, nnd af fidavit! cost one dollar each in Mon tana. The colonel and his partners did not confine themselves to vinegar. They diseoTcrcd a mountain of pure turn in the lleavcrhead range. The discovery was considered a ten Btrllce and better than a gold mine. They kept the (Ind a secret for sovcra) weeks, during which a tdiaft was sunh to the depth of two huudred feet. The out was made all the way through a solid vein of alum, and it was esti mated that the whole m...

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