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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 29 December 1891

vis 0 & ' Si III th,e Latest Jietfa PUBLISHED IN The Evening Herald SUBSCRIBE FOR The Evening Herald NEWSY, HEIGHT AND 6RISP THE UROEST CIRCULATION IN THIS SECTION. ION. 50 DELIVERED BY CARRIERS. VOL.. VI.--NO. 281. SHENANDOAH. PA.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1891. ONE CENT The Evening Herald. ALL THE NEWS FOll ONE CENT. nan a larger circulation In Bhenanfloahtban any other iraper published. Olrcu latlon books open to all. ENGLISH 'WHITE SLAVES. James Hunt, of Bristol, England, in au essay, snys : At tlio close of the great American civil war, 25 years ago, I was a volunteer helper among 30,000 freed slaves, on tho Yorktown peninsula, In the slave breeding stale of Virginia; and from Intimate per sonal acquaintance with large num bers of those people, I unhesitatingly assert my conviction that England with all her boasted freedom and Christianity, has a worse though more refined and money making sys tem of white slavery ,that even negro slavery was, and that Its results are as fatal ...

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. — 29 December 1891

HASTINGS' SMASH-UP Brnkonmn Hoirick's Part tho Torriblo Wreck. in HIS STATEMENT PUBLISHED. Bays He Thought th JText Train Wm the Orotou Loot! n Tinas Not Deem It rrmlnnfc to OIvh Uiioaalf Up Until Public Oiillllou Hhii riumeullilt Subiidd He May be Pu tfiicvtl to Twenty Yean' lmpt-liuiinimit at Il.tut Labor II Luiixlit The Now York Police Da Not Ihlllk 11m Will Couilnlt blllclde atlil LupeL-t to Cliplul-o llim in a Day or Two. 1'ouoHKRlii'Bm, N. Y Doe. 30. 'Ilmotby Herrlck, father of tho New York Central brakeman whose careless liana, It Is aliased, oatned tho disas trous railroad noeJdsnt nt Hastlngs-on-lludson, Chlitmns eve, Is In this city. lie suys ho linn neon ,hls son la New York nt the latter's request, und that lus ion hna wrltlun a statement as ti bis shnre In the responsibility for till accident. Mr. llerrlck snys he bus urgod his non to ko to the railroad olllclulfi, but ie hns refused on the ground that lio deems It unsafe to make his where ubuuts known until public opin...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 29 December 1891

'AW Present in the most elegant form ,THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS dUlOE OF 1 HE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, iMCombined with the medicinal (virtues of plants known to be musi uenenciai to uie uuman system, foiming an agreeable d ettective laxative to penna- ntly cure Habitual Consti pation, and the many ills de pending on a weak o- ' , '.: condition of the iaAvinucvc i iiis-n t ,-i c- iiiiuiibio, Liven . .cl.. It is the most cxrellantren Vnown' ICLEWSE THE SYSTEM irrTI. When oneis Biliom or . -in. so THAT IpurtL rsLOOD, rtGFnc-"itfv HEALTH nncl 8TIWNCT MATUHAILY FOLLOW. - lEvery one is using it and al pjfc Relighted with it. ASK YOUR DRUQC'ST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. tlO'JISVIUE. KY NEW YORK. It. t. GOLD MEDAL, PAIU5, IS78. I. Baker & Co.'s from -which tho excess of oil lias been removed, is Absolutely JPure and it is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in Its preparation. It has more than three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowr...

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. — 29 December 1891

Around the Comer isrow oust tap i AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS, Seuern's Grocery AVhcroyou can purchase your Uollday goods In the grocery and provision lino. Finest canned goods, fruits, catsups. Foreign cheesennd other goods. Everything uewund freah. SEVERN'S, Corner Centre and White Sts rv u it v lis.. r oa&na stiiiia tra&aiKiJ X ra&a nuta buo sntoora W JnAimnclniifana Ww JL7 Cl JL JL. iilil! cm, !1 KISHP YOtTR OX THIS SPACE. AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY, What Nowb Gathorors Tako Moment to Toll About. The old year Is going. Two days more of 181)1. Itabbit hunting ends on Thursday, Christmas next year comes on Sun day. A rather mild December UiIb has been. The school children are enjoying the holidays. The pulled sleeve Is going out fushlon. There are men you can't pull tho wool over tneir eyes, uiey are uaiu Uarbary dates, sugar cured, are about twice tho size of the ordinary fruit. Start tho New Year right by be- comlmr a cash paying rentier or tu Herald. A philosopher Is a...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 30 December 1891

isis" subscribe: for The Evening Herald 11 trie Latest JieWn ' PUBLISHED IN The Evening Herald ' , DELIVERED BY CARRIERS. , , 34 fet NEWSY, BRIGHT AND 6RISP ! I f. LAROEST CUMIN II THIS SECTION. j( VI.--XO. 2S2. SHENANDOAH. PA.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1891. ONE CENT Fhe Evening Herald. AIjIj THE NEWS FOH ONU CENT. lias a larger circulation In Shenandoah than any other paper publishes, circu lation books open Ui all. VWE have received a copy of Post- iTaater General Wauarriakor'B annual I'filnnrt for the fiscal vear eudinc June 1801. It Is an interesting docu- 'U"! .1 ,,., , lll,itrnllnno the inteilor of post offices in the rgo cities, and practically explains v such a tremendous amount of lil Is handled at these places every foTHiNO deiuoiiBtrates more clearly l?jVe glaring evil of the free raw ma- jjpid cry 5f the tarlll reformers than e Bignificant statement of our Con at Malaga regarding tho shipment 'f 68,595 tons of Spanish Iron oro to his country as ballast. As the Span- lull...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 30 December 1891

sm TIM DDEAFS CASE "Why Gov. Knssoll Refuses Fni' 4 don to tho Burglar. WILLIAM PINKERTON EXPLAINS Frivato Depositors Who Did Not Reoovor llieir Bonds Have Mails Objeoiion. "ned" lnry's Failure to U'turn All the b-curltli Ntolun friilu ' IIih North umptoti Hunk lllm diluted the lutniulutl 41atuwtmy tu Jiuitlap to lift 'I litrartvil. 2lnkirtm Think lie Should Clo Free. llMTON, Dec. 30. A Bpeclnl f rom Chioago says that Detective William A. Mlikorton explains why Gov. ltusscll refuwi to partlon 'Tim" Dunlap, tlia Northampton 11. mk robber. Said lie: 'There linn always baen strong pro ten mails by n el mi of very Influen tial citizens of Massachusetts wbeuevur tho question of granting n panlon to Dunlap lias been agitated. Through tho efforts of Dunlap and Scott the largo portion of tho bonds that woro stolen In the Northampton Hank rob bery were recovered after "Hal" Laary ' liud been taken Into custody. "Leary was In possession of nil the Mourltlo from the time of Dunlan and Scott's ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 30 December 1891

7- Ml mol plegtint lo-m I HE LAX ATI Vb AN'J NUTRITIOUS JUIOt - i i nr- Fi' V. CF-" CALIFORNIA, ij' tr, 'no ' m:i the medicinal 1 1' - of jil.iiiN known to be In i-t I't.-u !i i.il to the human d i ii s ujt an agreeable i ti i c ' ive I ixntive ij ficrma- k , uk Jlab'tufil -i.niMi t at!ti tin- many Consti- HI.' I I . ' , '.I .-OIl'Ill"' (IDiiOb.LKtfSr. .tit I' . M,iii r-i anew' .7. '-. rnr. a rem . tv; V I ' I. ut, , i 111" i' oil' . ,OW KBALTH curl firRIK.T ' I ATgFALlT FOtLO. 'wn . w .s iringitandaD t6 i'X'.iU i ith it. A' V if tituoGiST FOR I I r -OTi r'tOONLY BY kr !IA FIG SYRUP CO. i "4 '.'CISCO, CAL. OIL Baker & Co.'s rsakfast G a lr- 'li .!t lb . " ( I Abs"'rtTvtu .l'r" ! Chemicals Itxrr 'i !! in p'paratiou. Tl ui Irri' i-f i ' . iift." nts the e'renglli i f Co i n.'.ii ! wiili -tare) i, Arrowroot ior b -.if, will is t)if;riforo far more 'uo.'.iiul, costih j Uss than one cwt pi c"' . J' ij Ueiicious. nourLshlasr, 'Uth' Ding, KASTWT DIGESTED, ili ir.:-iy ad..pled for lnvit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 30 December 1891

W J Severn's Grocery, Where yqji obo purchase your Holiday good In the grocery and provision line. Finest canned jfoods, fruit, entniiw. Foreign cbeeseeind other good, l'verythins; new end fresh. SEVERN'S, AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS, r m , Light. M1IIAII CE Pi 23 ,VT.- Comer Oentn xid "Whits Sfcs. X ntfas snAns iJu VbhJm V ST aSllli Sill SSMSSSagSlSIS TIMS! I llll I STIHTST tafa round the Corner to tit; v-v 3 r, 'V . 1 ON THIS SPACE. NE.W3 OP THE DAY. Hilda begins Mi post AFFAIRS OAUOHT HASTILY, mat NawB Gatherers, Take a Moment to Toll About. The old year is dying. Oranges never cheaper. Wow for the New Year. The run on the stores is about over. The small boy awaiteth Impatiently a lasting rreese. Quail coveys should now be shelter d by the farmers. Farmers, look to your meat houses and beware of tramps. There are counterfeit ten cent pieces abroad in the state. No season of the year do children enjoy themselves line luls. Tahe him all In all old 1S01 has been a pretty good one f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 31 December 1891

5 ' if 4 IF SUBSCRIBE FOR All ty luteal 4 jfeg fUtUtrltO M The Evenmg Hgrgjd , iwsy, height km na? Tnf UBOEST PKOULTN. 11 WIS SECTiU. The Evening Herald SHENAXDOAH. PA.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1891. VOL. VI.--NO. 2S3 oma GENT n The Evening Herald. AM THE NFW8 TOR ONE CUNT. Uu a larger circulation In Bhenandoah than any o'tw paper publlthod. Circu lation books npn to all. Hjw uo do our conscientious lie puoib ans feel over the stealing of tbe New ork Legislature by the Demo crats . ere ure inoro old women In the Republican party than is good for it Demi crate take the bull by the horns mm do not fear nfter result. I It Is time the tlepublloau stiffen ht.r backbones and uuet the Issue a present- d them and act promptly. i tV Republicans are going to ny t'ii3 Congressional district next tar ill personal matters innet bo-left s.de -it f he patty ngiee upon some f good l ' and jiopulur man and vote 1 1 ai d his eleotlon will bo as- l have lost tuie uiuniut , 1 - -vial fight. There has t ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 31 December 1891

n r GEN. GARCIA KILLED Meiican CommRMler U ur fieri by Ills Troop?. THET HO OVER TM TUB RKBPILS. Sum, tba SreUtiftnm Leader, Bcgianing to ht (rrtatly IV-tng.. Ufa PnrM Hl( Aasmkated Every Day Ifce MrKlesm Aimy In a B.H Yt sy, Mj uMh 8t.Iill.ia Havfnr Ch. Vletecl Criminal., Who HtiHmtMi With Ih- Uprl.li.it -Opinion eta Htsl can Rollwxr IT.liLut or Jin. tun. , Momtbrit, Mex, lira. 31. dev. Seres, f lb gtSM of Nhuvo 1ob, ami V ... I I I I ,. . . . ,1 Ik : i - -.. ... ...... I. IStiXurbeJ ar the itituatloa the Sutler. Tbs uievemsnts of th troop hr. Igh here from the lower part of la tUnubllo during the pa.it Bra days u been Tery great, and tha Iranepot-t-lon (noli, let of tha MexiOen National Mlroad ha been itsaDleiant to ae sumociate tn henry demand made ;oa It hi tha gurornmant. Tba garrLnn here Use rushed all of ilt a l'tble t-oops to Niieve Laredo, fro . 'l'.eh place they are distributed ilon the right bank of tha Klo Grands. Tba news received hua I nut night hat Gen. Lorenso Qnrola...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 31 December 1891

Hi v - -- i ' n in I r. r.ni rr-at I 'li - fiS OP GAUFOWNIA, Coir'" witii the metlidtial ' ir. .if p!.ir ? V'town to be in vueh'iat to the huumn : - ,V-i!.jg rm aqieeahle ' n . H i-tive bxntive I, rna i ojp hrnbitttnl COiw-rt-l'.i"ou. -Afd Iho tiinn ;1i $e j)fiu1; ' ci i weak .. ii con li t ."f the KOfJtYS, LIVERr. .t. 1 - iticnjutfreelUntT t- i.r.'rn' ciewsr: ?h& : rsren ;,';?!,' ; H'hei c-ia'.i or C .!- cusff 1.00a, KCnav-Mv ., icalth wi stu acer NTOHAU.Y KOUOW. I.vcis r'.o h lining It and al est k'tj.-likl iih it. MAHU'AtT' WJM.I aVt vJM rl uRNIA FIG SYRUP CO. HAH fHAHCiaOO, (ML. WWtIM KY nrwnm.a.r. ty. ''skerCo.'S v.?&&fiiRriia2rfai ?Ur,h the rw! ' f' i i Ahl ' f l Absohitely 2Jure tteto(ttidU f Soluble. Nc Chemical 1 in "w preparation. It hag ' n. ;7iit limM the strength of u.l:i (I a ith Htarch, Arrowroot r 'J K therefore far mora pa. i) roitwij Uts than one cent 1 1 ; !' ciou, nonriehing, ' '1 MASIIjT BIOEbTEI), . ' Vv adapted for invalids in iin-jonH in health. a...

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. — 31 December 1891

Abound the Corner P Y; Severn's' Grocery, Where you mk pnr.hae your H lldny 8l n U tliegroceiy and prwrkrttiii line. Flntat cnBtiwl goad, fnilte, oateup. FortlgM hees u (1 oth er gool. E verytbl tig new ami frsah. SEVEBN'S. AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS, ,KAISEB EXFOBT BEEB. Light SXTO Dark. Corner Oeatre arid White Ste. ill OT, PA. T IC"KBS3.- OTJSt OK THIS fll'ACB. AFFAIRS CAUGHT HASTILY Wht News Oathersra Take n, Moment to Tell About Wanted buow. Stock taking next. I'motioe writing 189a. Are your resolutions ready ? December nearly over and 110 sleigh' rnii8tmaa hea front but the grip la still here. The'oold wave have poor staying (ittaitlieii. The loti man's prospect are not o the brightest. When will we hear iut: merry jluglo or siolgU bells ? Lean year will soon be here, but dou't leap too noon. The Hhoe people are busy exohang. iK misfit slippers. Slaughter sales to set rid of surplus eiojK win fiwi' ie aunouueeu. Tt to when the turkey is in the oven that the nook studies urow...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 1 January 1892

4 " " 'as Jill tlje Latest JfeWa PUBLISHED IN The Evening Herald SUBSCRIBE FOR The Evening Herald NEWSY, BRIGHT AMD CRISP M LARGEST CIRCULATION III THIS SLOT) ?4 SHENANDOAH, PA.. FHIDAY, J ANUAEY 1. 1892. ONE CENT mug inrrvi .air vol. vwC' 1- -' . : -Tin r" " iP The Evening Werall AU TUB SEWSE 0E other par """"" 11 rv New Year to the Hkhald ' cads b. La, Giun-E has made mauy homes ?ecol6to. Ht; ut the uew veur with iron-clad 'NuUoub that will keep. ' liK'udlans have another lit of the .illenulum and ghost dances are now hionablo. The Postal Savings hill ought to pass at once, and every post ofllce In Jhe country be made a savings-banK Uor the people In Its vicinity. Shenandoah made little or no in 1891 In the matter of t atartlog new' Industries. It is to be hoped that 1832 will have a diuereut " story to tell at the cltsa of the year. Is it not a wearisome mockery to talk about purity of elections, ana l pardon corrupt election officials iro they can reach the jail from the It room...

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. — 1 January 1892

fiOY. FLOWER NOW Inauguration of New York's Now Executive. IMPOSING SCENES AT ALBANY. A Large Prooession and Enthusiasm All Alouj; :ho Route. ffOTornnr Flower Kaorttl to llin ICxnou llv MmiBtoii lly Mayor Manning; uud a 21iriy uf l'romtneiit CltlEetiM--TliH Far-, nmM ltMitqut to GuToruur H1U nt (ho Keunnir l.iiat Nlicliu AlbanT, N. Y., Jan. 1. This city la gay with flag anil bunting, auil the streets are crowded with people anxious to sea ut least a portion of the ceroino tiles incident to tho inauguration of Gov. Flower. At 11 o'clock thin morulas the proces sion went to the Executive Mansion where Gov. Flower was in waiting. The Governor was escorted to his plnce in the procession, which consisted of tho Tunth Battalion and Doring'a Hand on tho right, the Uininott Guards following and the Burgesses corps, with Ga.tland's Band acting as Immediate! escoit to Gov. Flower. Mr. Flower aud his honorary escort of citizens rode in open barouches. The civic portion followed the carriages, ...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 1 January 1892

Pi nti In the ilot elf cant form E LAXATIVE AND tlUTRITI0U8 JUICE OF THE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, hmbitied with the medicinal tueS of plants known to be st beneficial to the human ,stem formiuc an agreeable I id effective laxative to pernia- v ,Habuual Constl Elu the uiauj' ills de- , incf on a weak o - .: j LAiEYS, LIVER r, ,LK . . .the most excellent ten kro-jn' desoltil THE SystEM Lrr ', ru Kaonels llilioui or v .m Rtai)?' so thai lPiAJt.OOD, BEFRCf'FKv NATURALLY FOO.OW. y one is using it and al es'a htedwithit. ASK YOUH DRUOGPST FOR . MANUFACTURED ONLY DV 4LIF0RNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. .UISVILU. KY NEW YORK. N. t. GOLD MEDAL, PASIS, 1878. f. Baker & Co.'s ireakfast Cocoa from which tho excess ot till oil lias keen removed, Is Ab8olutely Pure I and it is Soluble. No Chemicals I usCd ill its preparation. It has re than three times the strength of fnn iriivpl Willi Rlnrnli. Arrnwrnftt oua.u,uiiu .t,,nfm.n far moro I.. 1 I 7 .1.. Jiujiuuai, tusuiy less mun unu tup. It is...

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. — 1 January 1892

Around the Corner isrow oint t.ajp i AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS, Seuerris Grocery, Where you cau purchase your Holldny goods lu the grocery ntiri provision line. Finest canned goods, fruits, catsup?. Forelgu cheese nlidothei goods. Everything new and frash. SEVERN'S, Corner Oenlre and "White Ste. ItJllLlilli, ITU JLASiJUHj, IIU'!Ult&ULIIilm,l!lUllBragWMBBMB3 NiAlliM ffi'I FA. , H YOUR ON THIS SPACE. Calendars plenty. New moon. The old year Is dead. Plenty of grip about. Eggs are down In price. Thev have plenty of snow in the far west. Now is the bargain season at the etores. Some merchants have already be gun stock taking. The nattiest tiloves worn at the present time are pale gray with black smelling. People recovering from the grippe should use every precaution against taking cold. Tho year, 1892. will witness the greatoit political battle ever fought in this country. When a man resolves to be good and patient the next year, of shoes he buys are sure to pincn mm. In the rase...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 2 January 1892

I SUBSCRIBE FOR I The Evening Herald i - 1 NEWSY, BRIGHT AND GR1SP 1 THE UBOEST CtRGULATIOM IN THIS SECTION. Ell trie Latest JMcufa : PUBLISHED IN ! The Evening Herald , DELIVERED BY CARRIERS. VOL. VII.-NO. 2. SHENANDOAH. PA.. SATURDAY. JANUARY 2. 1892. ONE CENT The Evening Herald. ALL THE NEWS FOR ONE CENT. tHau a larger circulation In Shenandoah than any other paper published, circu lation books open to all. Wungrco with the Meadvllle 2Vi- hune-Ecpublican tbat the agony is over la New Yok and the State Sen ate M well as the Legislature Is Demo cratic lock, stock and barrel. It Is a disgraceful iiiTulr a disgraceful disre gard of tho rights of the vntors, wtiloh, In the end, will prove more disastrous to tho Democratic party of w r orKinan uuvmiuir wmou nan occurred since the davs when Doss Tweed and IiIb "forly thieves" reigned Biinreme. David D. Hill bti suc- ceeded In his purpose to make the stale Democratic in every department, law or no law, right or wrong, and now his success...

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. — 2 January 1892

CITY OFPARIS' TRIP Rougliost voyago tho Captain Ever Exporloncod. 170 DAMAGE DONE TO THE SUIP. Madamo Patti tlis Oaly Woman on tha Passage Who Was Not Baasiok. Klnytd In llur Cnblu Throughout tlio n llr Viirase-rA Vesiel In DliitrfiM Hlehlml, Hut BHe llniilllrml No AW Jiflayad by a Hucoosslon of Hoavy Gnloa unil Terribly High Haas. New Yohk, Jan. 2.Capt. Wntklns, ot tho stoamihlp City of Paris, which arrived here two dayH overdue, and for which tha greatest anxiety hud beeu felt, tells tho following story ot the voyage: "It was tha roughest trip I have ex perienced in years, aud was by all odds the stormiest experience that tho City of Paris has had. We had to buffet ngainst fja continuous sucossslou ot heavy gales and terribly high seas, "For about 53 hours we had to slow our engines, as the seas were too furi ous to push the ship through at the usual pressure of steam. We wero de layed about Ave or six hours on leaving QueonstOrvn on ucount ot a vary hea vy tog, nod on Sunday even...

Publication Title: Evening Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening herald. — 2 January 1892

PiesenH in the most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUiOE or THB FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to (the buman system, forming an ngreeable and. effective laxative to perma nently cure Habitual Consti pation, and the many ills de pending on a weak or ' . '.i , condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER L L It is themostcxcellsnireri -.i mi' CLEANSE THE SYSTEM -v" . ' .1 When one li HiliOus on -.. SO THAT PURE BLOOD, REFRS Hv , HEALTH nnd OTRuHQI"' NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all erfe delighted with it. ASK VOUn DRUQQIST rOR Manufactured only by CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAl. MV1SVIU.E. KY NEW YORK. N. t. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878. I W, Baker & Co.'s from which Iho excess of oil Jiaa beon removed, is ! Absolutely !Puro and it is Soluble. No Chemicals Aiu m iia yrujuirauon. xz nas pltnort than three times the strength of ----- 'T-we. -- HiUll lUWll or Sugar, and is therefore far moro economical...

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. — 2 January 1892

V Around the Corner NOW OUST T-A-l? I AT ALL PRINCIPAL RESTAURANTS, Seuern's Grocery, Where you cau purchase your Holiday goods lu the grocery and provision Hue. Finest canned goods, frulls, catsups. Foreign cheese iindother goods. Everything new and frosh. SEVERN'S, Comer Centre and "White Sts. KAISEB IXTOBT BE1B, Light. ft r1 KEEP .TTOTJK ON THIS SPACE. Oranges are cheap. December went out with a chill. There was lightning Tuesday night. Don't forget to wilte it 1892 now. Old 1891 was a pretty good year for us all. You can't measure a girl's love by Its eigha. New tints aro a red gold and a rich russet. The school boys and girls will re turn to their books next week. It Isn't the man with the heaviest purse who has the lightest heart. May the New Year have many good things in store for our readers. Business is not so brisk in the stores now and stock taking is in order. Be as good as you can In '92 and try and keep It up all through tho year. It la hard for the young man who Is ju...

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