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CRISP'S BUSY THE
Early Aunounccmoiitof House
Committees Hot Lilcoly.
WIIERti WILL MILLS BS PLACED?
(jninjofis Differ, as to Whither Fie Will
Head tin Waysand Means Ooramltteo-
Ihn Kt-xr Ittitpg fftp lliw tloTnritmmit of tilt
Ilmn'ci Vllt b lr.iitiMl Nxt Vedni.
day l'rfionilliiEr In tli Hnnate M'trn
llllli Introdiicotl Tlmtt liver ltaforo In h
WahIIInotoN, Due. 11. When the
House moots to-morrow Speaker Crisp
will nnnomico the Committees od
Utiles, Mileage and Accounts, nod then,
liy common understanding among the
leading moiubors, that body will again
adjourn until Wednesday, so ns to ena
ble the Speaker and the gentlomen who
will constitutes the Kulos Committee to
draft a report embodying tho new rules
that will govern the House until the
close of the present Congress.
It has usually been the custom for the
Speaker to ask to serve on the Rules
Commltteo tho gentleman whom he ap
points chairman of the Ways and Moans
Commltttoe. In tho Fiftieth Congress
Mr. Mills, who was thou chairman of
the Ways and Moans Commltteo, was
on the Utiles Committee. Tho gossip
uow Is, however, that, oven should Mr.
Mills again be placed at the head of
Ways and Moans, It is by no means
certain Lhat lie will he on the list whou
the llules Committee is anuouncod on
Indeed it Is no secret that many nl
the leading Democrats have beon urging
the Speaker toomit Mr. Mills from both
the llules and tho Ways and Muuus
Committer, and to come out boldly and
appoint Mr. Springer Chairman of the
latter, hue In the present .state of affairs
the opinion is that the complexion of
the Itules Committee, when anuouueed,
may or may not Indicate who will be
Chairman of the Ways and Means.
There is a growing impresilon that
Inasmuch as the Democrats will ha busy
training the cede of rules from now un
til the holiday adjournment, It will the
physically Impossible for Speaker Crisp
toanuounce the House Committees until
after the holidays.
Inquli y this morning among Demo
crats seemed to Indicate also that pres
sure is being brought to bear on the
Speaker to place not only Northern or
Western men at tho head of the Ways
and Means and Appropriations commit
tees, but to appoint as members of the
Urst-iiaiiicd committee a majority of
Northoru men, so as to prevent in the
nextcimpaign the cry that the manu
facturing Statos were denied proper
representation on the most Important
committee of the House. The air is full
of all sorts of rumors, and Speaker
Crisp is dostlnod to have a busy time be
fore he finally completes his list of
FIRST SENATE BILL DAY.
More MattMurei lutru.luiiml Than lvei
Kururo In Ou I.iy.
WasuinoTO.v, Dec. 11. The Sonata
beat its previous record yesterday in the
number of bills introduced on the llrst
bill day of the session. The uumliur in
troduced wus 012, exceeding by 103 the
highest number ever introduced in one
day. As usual on the first bill day of
a Congress many Senators ro-tntroduced
measures that failed of passage during
the preceding Congress, and a large ma
jority of the bills and resolutions pre
sented had previously been introduced.
Among the hills Introduced were tho
Mr. Stewart, Xev. Reintroduced free
coinage ' " silver bill, and also a new
Chinose i jstriction bill, which was ro
terrod to the Committee on Foreign Af
fairs. Mr. Cullom, 111. A bill to suspend
the coming of Chinese laborers.
Mr. Cullom To reduce letter postage
to one cent the half ounce.
Mr. Chandler, N. H. A bill requiring
Immigrants to bring consular certifi
cates. - Mr. (ilbson sent up to the desk a for
midable pile of relief bills and joint res
olutions, including among other topics
the repair of the levee of the Mississip
pi aud twe pi-op. nod constitutional
amendment, one substituting tho JiOth
of April for the 4tu of March for tho ter
mination of the olUcials terms of Presi
dent, Vice-l'resldent, Souators and Rep
resentatives In Congress; the other mak
ing the President ineligible for u second
Mr. I'latt, Conn., introducod bills
amending tho patent lawn.
Mr. Siiermun, Ohio, IntroJuced a bill
to estublish a department of public
Mr. Teller of Kansas, presented his
first bills as follows: To umeud the
immigration and naturalization laws;
to provldo a service pension for surviv
ing soldier of the war, with an addi
tional amount to prisoners of war; to re
duce the number of pension rulings to
ten; to abolish pension agencies, and to
lessening the expenses of examining
Mr. Gallingor, of New Hampshire, In
troduced a bill to increase pulsions for
loss of both feet and both eyes.
11m Kipei'linetilal Tr.iln Arrl ves.
' MoNTiiBAL, Dec. 11. Tho first train
ca-ryiug mariners and sailors from the
North I'.iclllo lleot that loft Vancouver
on the fifth has reached this city. The
dl.tu.uco between these points is 2,0(10
miles, aud this was covered In exactly
4 days, 211 hours and 11 minutes, which
Includes all stoppages. Everything
worked peilectly, an I thi ollicers and
men who mala the trip are del cuted.
Time was afforded twice a day for exer
cise. lite New pAnlsli Tariff.
Madrid, Deo, 11. The uow Spanish
tariff largely increases the duty on coal
and iron that has beon worke I, In order
to protect looal Industries. The favored
nation clause In treaties Is to ba sup
presses! henceforth, anil Spain will
adopt the principto of reciprocity In ef
fecting new treaties.
Jlitf Incruu uf Gruuerc
HAlinifcBt'no, Pa., Pec. 11 At yester
day'u session of tho State Grange, the
annual report of becretarv Thomas was
roud. He says there are SUO granges In
tbe State In good standing, au Increase
at 90 during the year, making a net In
Dun in membership ot b,503.
DR. QRAYES' TRIAL.
DUoonrsns on Arst'iiieril I'liUonlnA
l'nlnt fnrtlln rnmwrnllon.
Denver, Col., Dpc. 11. Several learn
ed discourses on arsenical poisoning wore
heard yesterday during the trial of Dr.
(raves. It was not a very interesting
day to tho spectators, to whom the
technical terms were as so much Ureok.
lint it was mi In erestlng day for the
prosecution, for it was prove 1 beyond a
doubt that the poisonous llulil which
killed Mr. Harnalty was compounded
by a chemist of no mean ability.
Th i oo oheimsts of established reputa
tion teRtlHod to the fact. 1'rOf. llillnos,
i of Chicago, was positive that no om but
a chemist cov Id have compounded the
fluid. It Was compose! of arsenito of
potassium and alcohol and some color
ing matter. This mixture was mads
by mixing potash and commercial arse
nic. In this form It was easily dis
solved. Hu said arsenic in Its commercial
form would not readily dissolve but
would crystallise. The mixture was not
obtainable In any drug store, and for
this reason the professor thought tho
lluld must Lave been made by a ouomlst.
Dr. Graves Is said to be u practical
Aftor testimony of a like nature by
Professors Headnu and Sewell the
court adjourned until to-day.
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S REPORT.
lleonmmnuils tlintthu Clilncsn Kxcluslon
Act III Made More lilV'Ctlva.
Washington, Dec. 11. The annual
report of Attorney-General Miller was
submitted to Cpugrois yesterday.
It reviews the business of the United
States Supreme Court and devotes a
chapter to the Circuit Court of Appeals,
which, he Bays, I as bonu organized In
each circuit and ready for business, al
though the additional circuit judge In
each circuit lias not yet been appointed.
The report recommends an appropria
tion to carry into eltect the act np
prcjTd July 9, 1883, for tho establish
ment of n roform school for girls In the
District of Columbia.
After speaking of the well known
dlfllciiltles iu the enforcement of the
Chinese exclusion act, he says:
"If it is desired that these laws shall
be made effective they should be so
changed as that thoy cannot be misun
derstood. To arrest and try such per
sons, and as the result simply send them
back across the British line, is shown to
be an idle expenditure of time, labor and
money by the fact that, as might well
be expected, the same fporsons hare to
be arrested aud tried over and over
again. Moreover, it Is quite uncertain
whether an order requiring Chinese
prisoners to be sent back into the Urlttsh
Dominion can be made effective. This
subject demands prompt consideration. "
Armed Policemen latrnlllng tho Streets
of Itlo Janeiro.
Rio Janeiro, Deo. 11. The situation
here continues critical.
Tho Government appears to have pul
oil its apathy, and is taking measures
to prevent nn omeute In this city.
Large bodies of heavily armed police
men are patrolling; the streets, and
though there ate signs of disquiet on
every Bide there has beon no overt act
on the part of the malcontents hero.
Advlcos from Campos, a city of 40.0UO
inhabitants In the province of Rio Ja
neiro aud 153 miles northeast of this
city, show that at that place there has
been an open revolt against tho Petx-
A conlllct, occurred there on Tuesday
last between the government troops and
a body of lusurgents.
The advices are not cloar as to which
Ido won tho victory, but It is reported
that 10 men were killed and dU wounded.
Gov. Hill Hum a llody.fiuurd.
Albany, Dec. 11. It appears that
Gov. Hill, who has herotofore proceeded
to the mansion from the Capitol at all
hours of the night through lonely streets
unaccompanied, has been persuaded by
his friends to employ a body-guard.
Three detectives shadow him now In his
rambles, and a watchman does duty in
the Executive Mansion grounds at night.
The arguments upon which the Gov
ernor's friends Induced him to take this
course were the excitement which pro
vailed over the Senatorial contests and
the frequent assaults of lato by cranks.
Charles II. Kvartfi' Death,
Windsor, Vt., Doc 11. Charles But
ler Evarts who died yesterday was tho
eldest son of Senator William M. Evarts.
He was in his 47th year. He entered
i'ale College In tho class of 'GO, but loft
before graduation aud enlisted In tho
Union Army during the lato civil war.
Subsequently ho entered tho School of
Minos of Columbia College. Ho rotu ru
ed to the family home at Windsor, Vt. ,
where he has since livod. He was never
married. Tho cause of his midden death
has uot yet boon determined.
lenniyl van la's llMlldlng ut Ihn Fair.
II AHHisnu no, Pa., Dec. 11. At tha
meeting of the Fair managers, the plan
of Thomas P. Londale, of Philadelphia,
for the Pennsylvania building at tho
World' Fair was approved. lis will be
nwardod a prize of 11,000. A. S. W.ig
ner, of Williamsport, was awarded the
second prize, and Uillman St Shirk, of
Philadelphia, tho third. Commissioner
Whitman's report recommending the
manner of apportionment of the appro
priation of $.SO0,00J was adoptod.
Decision Acslast tile luWlfl' Kstuta.
Boston, Dec, 11 Judge Brooke, of
Cambridge, has decided that the execu
tors of the estate of H. N. Pulsifer must
retain In tholr bauds the sum of $300,
000 to satisfy any julgmsnt which may
be awarded to J. S. Hainhro Si Sons, of
Loudon, England, who have sued the
estate for au alleged breach of contract
by deceased. It is stated that should
It be found tli.it the claim can he main
tained, the Pulsifer estate will prove to
Die New Vnrk's (inieers.
Washington, IKt. 11. Tha general
understanding at the Navy Department
is that Unptaln Phillip will ho ordered
to command the New York, and that
Lieut. Mason wilt ba npdolntod execu
tive olBcor. liotli these ollicers will au
porlntond the tltting out of tU New
York ut Philadelphia,
Vermont llepubltoun LeugH'.
IlonaiNQTOH. Vt., Deo. 11. The Ex
ecutive Committee of tho Republican
League ot Vermont met last nlulit and
voted to hold the League convention la
Burling tou Fob. 14, lOtfJ.
DESCENDED FROM POCOHONTAS
l'rivate Nelson, n Mall Will
on Trial fur lilt 1,1 Te.
Nkw Yoiik, Dec. ' 11. Prlvnto Hon
demon L. Nelson, Battery A. First Ar
tillery, U. S. A., who killed 1'rivatf
John Lane, of Hattery.I, on the ram
pnrts at Fort Hamilton last spring, was
and accordingly a commission was ap
pointed some time ago tp go to Owons
boro, Ky., and take testimony as to
Nelson's antecedents. The commission
has completed Its labors, and reports
that Nelson Is a direct descoudant of
John Holfe and 1'ocohontas.
One of the sisters of John Randolph
was married to the groat grandfather of
President Harrison. Another became
the wife of President Jefferson's father.
A third sister married Samuel Lewis,
and a daughter of Samuel Lewis mar
ried Col. Bonnett Anderson, whose
granddaughter was the wife of Matthew
Nels on, the grandfather of Henderson
L. Nelson, who is now on trial for his
A great deal of evidence was taken to
show that some of the ancestors of the
prisoner were insane, and this will ba
mainly relied upon by tha defence.
, , A jury was obtained late yosterday
aftornoon, nftir which the court ad
journed until to-day.
ICs flying in the face
of Nature to take tho ordinary pill.
Just considor how it acts. Thero'a
too much hulk and hustle, and not
enough real good. And think how
it leaves j'ou when it's all over 1
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets act
naturally. They help Nature to do
her own work. They' cleanse and
renovate, mildly but thoroughly, the
wholo system. Regulate it, too.
Tho help that thoy give, lasts.
They're purely vegetable, per
fectly harmless, the smallest, easiest,
and best to take. Sick Headache,
Bilious Headache, Constipation, In
digestion, Bilious Attacks, and all
derangements of tho Liver, Stomach
and Bowels are promptly relieved
and permanently cured. One tiny,
sugar-coated Pellet for a gentlo
laxativo three for a cathartic.
Thoy'ro tho cheapest pill you can
buy, for they're guaranteed to givo
satisfaction, or your money is re
turned. You pay only for tho good you
This is true only of Dr. Pierce's
r. J. KF.UOUSON, MANAGER.
ONE NiailT ONLY.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER II, 1891.
Five big shows in one.
i Parisian Folly & Spectacular
Introducing charmlne rpeens of burlesque,
gra d oltoof usw speelales, novel acts uud
luunv com-dUn-i. eneiiantlnir muslo and
t.wpft siiitiie;, bouultlut aid resplendent
A lmiu'eiiiiH nroductlou and ourlesnue ox
Ir VMgaDza, 'llull'.ilo Hill Ahmad, antf His
pronations by hu-iei-que bentie of the
1'ret.euniinn 10 u.ieeii v c i n." ujrreci. im-
Quefii and her lsdles, court gentlemen and
Loin, dm cowDoysot inn plains.
Tltc Anvil Cliorns !
Bhethe wooderAil Are etfVcls. the reillsllc
fo-iroH"dne. Fifteen hinilsome v.nina l.luUs
all keeping lime on ma lcxliiavlls Uonclud-
hikwiiu ino rea sp.ciamitar oiiucsque, mo
iiacueio-s lutrouuomj a genuine urn-
Priors, 25, 35 nncl 50 Cents.
Scab, on sale at Klrllu'fi drug store.
The place to pm chake yoar
Harness, lips, Robes, Blankets
25 W. Centre St.j
A general stock ol
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
REPAIRING AT REASONABLE MICES.
DRESSMAKING SCHOOL !
To the ladles of Shenandoah and vlo'nlly.
A ScleutifloDreas Cuttingand Matlnir Brane
School Is aliened In room No. 8, U ibb m'
hulldlog, over the tost otllce. where pupils
aretuk nnudlanght iho la'tstand best sys
tera of cutting and drensmaklng The system
is a saving ni u ne, lanor ana money ana is
readily acquired. All aredellghud who have
learned It, Open evenings,
u-9-tl Mrs, M.C.UKWITT.
vAatnolut. ..1 n.1 ,, tlnl f- l.lD 1 1 fu In .1....
i-..vU . .... . .v, . inriii nuiiiHiiiiiiir imin our iiiiiiiliirh monk or Thvh
tiio united suites Couttln Hrookiyn, and Noveltliw. Dolls, etc. Cull yourself for any
1 ho prisoner Is a young man, and wore lh)u. , W0()(J uml wli,ovvwftre croclu.rv.L'laPSwaro
the army uniform. Ho is pale and thin, I Htu ,,,, 0(lr Ulnvnro department ftlwiivs full
and it is said that h I, defenco i, Insanity. nf nril!,lt ew 1(J B 1 1 X 1
hi, nt v Tact to some" of thole F"V V'L AntWtuat.Tlnfto lha (llZul
ha;d;nre7wlurlubll"0hed9 Sbe'flr's , J PlZo Ta VT'9
English settlement at Jamestowo.i, Va Vm8U ,,nd 1 llino Ij3raP8- t'oiuo and scu our new
Olud.len thelienrln of tho little ones
Sylvia Banquet Lamp,
1AI1ARK OF SANTA CLACS
'6 M Centre Street and 34 North Main Street Shenandoah.
MONEV IN IT.
China Sets, Magic Lanterns, &e.
To ministers of the gospel and school tpachers, 10 per cent, ofl on all goods
bought. All goods must be Bold before
refused. 'all early aud have the pick of the lot. You ean select what you
want, which will be set aside,on payment of a small deposit.
MAX IO-EJHIESj, Ag;t,
The highest grade of Cocoa manufactured. Perfectly
Pure. No breakfast table should be -without it. r
THE MMMUNTD ANNUAL SESSION
Teachus' Insiiiuto of Schuylkill Co.,
will be held In
FERGUSON'S THEATRE, SUENANDOAD, PA,,
December 14 to 18, '91.
Major Henry C. Jae
One of tne greatest Orators and Word Paint
er-i. lie niw mads a tour arou nd the worl x
with a suca ss 1 tile less llia-i marvelous.
Dr. Jnmos T, lledley
The great Orator of t jo West,
Bide of Lllo."
Ills Ollle Torbel ami Iter Concert Co
MWi Ollie Torb'tt, Violinist.
Hignnr Vlltorla llaccirlnl, Soprano.
Miss Pauline MonifgrlU'o, Uonlralto
il Us Killili I'oud, Singing Header,
Mr, Guslavo T i 'ltiorg. Tenoi.
Mous. llelnr (1 irjlex, PlanUt,
All eminent and popular artists.
Mumhul 1 Wilder, 1'ho Great Humorist.
Clio I'ork Sisters Quarlette:
MIrh Annie A l'ark. tloruet and Z I her.
Mls Oeorple V. I'.irK, Oorntt uud .Mandolin.
Miss Kutio neua furit, uornet it nuone una
Miss Ad u Park, Hornet and Mandolin.
AM, HOI.O AKT1KT8
Frun Uie Jloshn Ttinscrtnt:"The Turk
Concert O uniuiuy K ve one ol lliolr popular
coneerts Monday evening Th mllrocon ort
t as received wl li ranturou" applause as t ley
appeato I In the r different selections.. They
mea l art bU. and deserve all the applumo
tbedtsliifhle I audience give hem."
iiioii scnoor, quaktkttk.
Ueservod Peats, 'ta',l 'H5
aingio aamission "J
Thoclnrtf r the rale of reserved seat tlck"?T
ets will be open d at tue b u ollloe or F gu-so-i's
Thea ro, on Baiurdnj, HecembfrS, nt
lo.xo . m. lierore opoamg ena r paru-s ae-
siring lo urchaso tickets will draw numb rs
znr position in iioe. rici leucuer iu iioe
mty purciase any number of lloheis not ex
ceeding twenty, and euch citizen In Una may
pureli.it.oauy number not exceeding len.
The representative of eaon distrlrt will be
required toprsentto the ticket ugeut a list o(
1 he names of the teac tera lor whom be buys
tlcke's. Any p-raon may Join ti e Hue a
seroud time with tho same prlvllsces as at
Aller D'cemuer o me cnart win ue open at
Ktrlli 'sdrugs ore.
Doors opn .t7 p. m. Entertainment com.
menco at 8.
Trains after each i-venlng entertainment lo
all il ita on L. V. H. It. between Ash'and
and Delano. Arnngements for-peowil trains
o other polntnon li. v. it, it ana ivnn ait,
R. ran be made with Sunt, A, i', Illakklee,
Delano.and G, O. Lewis, l'ottsvllle.
G. vv. WEIS,
Largesl'aad oldest reliable purely ctiU com.
panles represented by
120 S. JardmSt, Sfienanooah,Pa.
A. VE you tried our fino CANDIES
yet? If not, do so at onco. Twenty
cents per pound, all kinds.' Best'
m.ado aud warranted absolutely pure.
HPHERE Is money in It for youjf
you purchase your holiday Roods
from us. Five hundred styles dressed
dolls, from Soto $160 each. Bolls'
shoes, stockings, trunks, tables,
bureaus, clmlrs, toilet sets, paintboxes,
writing desks, doll swings, air rllles
drums, trains of ears, gun boats aud
other articles run by steam, A large
lot of mechanical toys, tool chests and
all the latest games, ABC and build
Antique silver toilet auu maiiicure
sets, dictionary and biolo stand hold
ers, hook and ladder and fire engines,
tin stoves, German tops, trumpets aud
many other articles hi this line.
Perfumery, Sleighs !
January 1st, and no reasonable offer
Lehigh Valloy Railroad.
AKHANGEMKNT OF PA8BENQEB TRAINS.
-NOV 15. 1891.-
Passenger trains will leave Shenandoah for
ilauch Chunk. Lhlehton. Slatlnerton. Cata-
auqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Boston, Fhll-
-ineipnia ana new xora at d.47, 7.W, U.U3 a. m.,
Ufi2,3.10, 5.23 p.m.
Fr Belvldere, Delaware Venter Gap and
Utr judsburg at 5.47, a. m., and 6.28 p. m.
For Lambcrtvllle and Trenton, tl.OS a, m,
For White Haven, Wllkes-Barre and FltU.
ton 5.47. 9.08, 10.41 a. m., 3.10 and 5.26 p. m.
ForTunkhannock, 10,41 a. m 3.10 and 5.28
For Anburn. Ithaca; Geneva and and ' - ins
10.41 a. m an 1 6.20 p. m.
ForLaeeyvllle, Towanda, Sayre, 'Wavorly,
iSlmlra, ltochester, iiull'alo, Niagara Kalis,
Chicago and all points West at 10.41 a. m.,and
7.29 d. m.
Fr Klmlra and the West via Salamanca at
3.10 p. m.
For Audenrled, Hazleton, Stockton, Lnm.
her Yard. Weatherlv and I'enn Haven Juno
t Ion at 6.47, 7.40, 8,08 a. m. and 12.52, 8.10 and
5,26 p. m.
For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and Beavei
Meadow, 7,40, 9.08 a, m. and 5.28 p. m,
ForScrautonat5.47 0.08, 10.41a. m. 3 10 and
5:2(1 p. m.
For Haile Brook. Jeddn, llrlfton and Free
land at 5.47, 7.40, 8.03, 10.41 a. m., 12.52 8.10 and
5.2S p. m.
For Quakake at 6.41 and 9.03 a. m u
.10 d. m
For Wlgcans, Gllberton and Frackvlllo at
V&0 aud 8,52a m., and 4.10 p. m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano,
3.47. 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, a. m., 12.52, 3.10,5.26, 8,03,
9.2i ind 10.27 p. m.
For Lost Creek, airardvlllo and Ashland
J.S.7. 7.48,8.62, 10.15 a. m., 1.00, 1.40, 4.10, 685,
8.00 and 9.14 p. m.
For Darkwater. 8t. Clair and PottevlUe,
5 60 8.52, 9.03, 10 41 a. m., 12.52, 3.10, 4.10, 5.28
For Back Mountain, New Boston and
Morea, 7.40, 9.03, 10.41 a. m.f 12.62, 3.10, 6.26 and
8.03 p. m.
For Itaven Uuu, Centralla, Mt. Carmel and
Shamnkln, 8.52, and 10.15 a. ni., 1.40, 4.40
ind 8.08 p. m.
Trains leave Shamokln (or Shenandoah.
7.55 11.55 a. ra., 2.10, 4.30 and 9.30 p. m., arriving
at Shenandoah, 9.05 a. m., 12.52. 3.10, 5.28 and
11.15 n m
For Lolly, Audenrl'd, Sllvor Brook Juno
lion an Ilazl ton 5.47, 7 40, 9.08, and 10.11 a.
in., 12 52, 3 10, 5.20 and 8.1 8 p. in.
For Lost tJreak, Olrardville and Ashland,
4.50, 9.10 11.35 a.m., 2.15 p. m.
For Dark water, st. (Jialr and I'ottsvlllf,
S.OU, 90 h, m 2,45 p. m.
For XHiesvme, Mauanny uny ana ueiano,
8.00, 11.35 a. m 1.10, 4.40, 6.03 p. m.
For Lofty, Audenrled and HaEleton, 8.0P
v in.. 1.40 n. m:
For llauoh Chunk. Lehigh ton, Slatlngton,
Catasauquu, Allentown, Bethlehem, ISastOD
and New York, 8.00 a. m., 1.40 p. m;
For Philadelphia, 1,40 p. m.
K. B. BYINGTON,
(ieu'l Pass. Agt Bethlehem.
Green Truck Stand !
Cor, Mala and Oak Streets.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
A flue line ot Choice GIIOOBUIES
Nuts and Candles.
Poultry of all Kinds.
Mr. Costlet rfoeives his creen truok dally
Irnm the cltv markets, which Is a muranUe
to lilt cu omers that they will receive fresh
gaoas wit'n ouyi giromuim,
g K. ilRIOKBR, M. D.,
PTJYSIOIAN AND &TjR&EON,
vn; 9Kait Centre Btreet; Mabanoy City, Pr
Skin and all special diseases a speolalur.
h "ualpuiaand Beading Hail aud
TtK TM tntffeclXov, US, i-Dl
Um LEAVE SBENANDllAH AS FOLLOWS
o ?-0w'.'or na i'hliadeirma, woe tye
210 Via, 7.1W m. and 12 85 2.50 and ' 5
i . "i Hunday 2.1o and 7.1 a. m. For Neti
x OrlT. ClQ Uumik f.U....t. - e nt
7 i) u. pi. and 12.3i and 2.50 p. u..
,,, 2im!iytK atta t'nlladelnhia wte dajf,
unav,2.10and7.48n. in.. 4Jm n. m.
Kir Harrlsbun:. week dav. !lli)..2n a. m.i
M p. m.
o Allentown, weeK days, 7.20 i. m 12.M
1 0 2 o i.5j p. m. Sunday, 2.10 and7.
a, , 4.30 p. m.
or imuijuiu end Mahanoy Olty. week
da'S, 2.10, 55, 7.20, a, m., 12.81 2J0 and S.6t
p,?f.. Hundyt 2.10 aud 7.4aa. m., 4.10 p. m.
ddltlonai Atadanoy City, week day S 7.00
For ljancater and Oolnmbla, week days.
i a) a. m., 2.60 p. m.
V;r 'Williamsport. Hnnbury and Lewlrjbnru,
v celt iayn. a.2, 7.20 and u.80 a. m.. 15, 70
or Mahauoy Plane, weea Uays, 2.10 8.25,
5. 1-5. 7.20 and lf.S0 a.m., 12.35, lf35, 2.60, 5:55
(.uuanfl t.Ji ra. Hunday, 2 10. 8.25 and 7.48
iij. vo, t. 'a,
";r Olruravllle (Rsppahaunock Btatlon)
veek days, 2.1 1. 8.25, 5.25, 7.20 and ll.S0a. tn
2.SJ, 1 Hfi i.&0, 4,65, j'.OO and 9.25. p. in. Hunday!
1-10 3 2",, 7.48 a. m , 8.05, 4.80 p. m. '
1.1 5. 4.80 I. in
week days, 2.1 1, 8.25, 6.25, 7.20 and ll.S0a. m
2-10 3 25. 7.48 a. m.. 8.05. 4.80 n.
AGUiand and Hliamnriri. rmit Anm
8 23,3.25,7.20, Ul,a m., 1.85, 7.00 and S
j, u, nwiHiRj- o.,, s a. ra., a.m, p. m.
TItAlNS KOlt HUENANDoAhT 4S '
iave Mew York via Philadelphia, ntcJ
uays. a. m i.au, 4.uu. 7.80 p. m 12.:
u it. Hnnday, 6.00 p.m., 12.15 nlgnu
Leave Now York via Manon Ohnnk, wk
days 4.10, 8.45 a. in,, 1.00 and 8.45 p. m. 8nn
day, 7.00 a. m.
. ave Philadelphia, week daya, 4.10, ai d
10.00 a. m. 4.00 and 6.00 p. m rrom Bro d
a 1 Callowtull and 85 a. m. and U.S0 p. m.
rom 9th anC .reen slroeU. Hunday 8.05 a,
m. 11.10 p. m. from flth anC .
'avo lteading. -reek days, 1.83. 7.10, 10.05
n nd ' 1.60 a. m., 6.55, Ji p, to. Hunday 135 ar d
10.48 a. m,
m ive Potlsvllle, week days, 2.40, 7,40 a. m.,
12 , 6 11 p. m. Hunday, 2.40, 7.00 a. m. and
Leave ramaqua, wee days, 8.20, 8.48 and
II 2. a. ra., 1.21, 7.13, and 0.18 p. ra. Hunday 8.20
7 43 . m. and 2.60 p. m,
I-eiTo Mabanoy Olty, week days, 8.40, 9.18
a- d it. I? 3. m., 1.51, 7.42 and 9.44 p. m. Huu.
day 3.46,8.17 . m., 8 M p. m,
Lowe Mahanoy Plaue, weeit days, 2 40,4,00
8 30, 1.35. 11. )9 a. m.,1.05, 2,06. 5 20, 62d.7.57, and
10 00 i. m. Hunday Z4 , 4.00, and 8.27, a. m
3 37,5.01 p.m.
lave wlrardvllle (Kaiahannock Btationl
wees: days, 2.47 4.07, 6.S6, and 9.41 a. m., 12.05,
2. 2 .?. B.32, 8.03 and l'l.oa p. m. Holiday. 2,47,
17, .33 m. 8.41,5.117 p. m.
-vu williamsport, week days, 8.00,9.45 and
1155 1.1.35 and 11.15 P, ra, Monday 11.16
'" . . . . ..
, us' imore, wasmngion ana me wen
via ? . a. K., through trains leave Glra. d
Apnne station. Ptalladelntala. (P. & K. R. U.)
nt :L ii ,01 and 11.27 a. m.. .1.56. 6.42 nl
7 13 p. m. Hunday, 3M 8.02 11.27 a, m 3JA
5 42 nd 7 13 p.m.
Leave Phlladelnhla. Cbestnat Htreet W;iaif
a .IU -wuth .Street Wharf.
For Atlantic CUT.
Week-days Express,9fl0 a, m. 2.00, i.
S, ai. Accommodation, 8.00 . m, an ' 5.1
Baadayn. Express, 9.00 a. m. Acoim
,ne iHtton, 8.90 a. m. and 4.30 p. m.
Uetumtne, leave Allan ilo City, depot
A lantlo and Arkansas avennen. Week-o
Kxnress. 7.30. 9.00 a. m. and 4.00. t. m. Ao-
commedatloD8.10 a. m. and 4.30 p m. Bon
days -Bxpreas, 4.00, p. m. Accommodation,
7.30 a.m. and 4.30 p. m.
u. u. iiakuuui., uen'ii-aas'r Agi.
I A. MoLEOU. Pres. A Oen'l Manncar.
On and after November 15, 1891, tratnt wilt
leave Hhenuiititah a9 follows:
For Wigtan, uiiberton, iiraoxvllle, Ne
'a!e, St. Clair, and way points, 8.00, 9J0,
11,15 a in and 4.15 p m.
...indays, 800, 9.4U a m and 3,10pm,
For l'ottsvllle, 8.00, 9.10,11.45 am and 4.15
Sundays, 800, 9.40 a m and 3.10 n m,
For Heading, 8.00, 11.45 a m and 4.15 pm.
dnndays, GU0, 9.40 a. ui. and 8.10 p m.
For Fottstown, l'hoenixvllle, KorrlstoTm
-"1 Philadelphia (Broad street station), 6.C0,
11.45 a. m. and 4.15 p m week days
jocdays, COO, 9.40 a m 8.10 p m
rralns leave Fraokvllie lor Bhenandoah at
0.40 am and 12.14,5.01, 7.42, 19,09 p m. San
dys, 11.14 a m and 0.40 p m,
ubave Poitsvllle lor Uueuandoab, 10.15 ant
U.43, a m 4.40, 7.15, 9.42 p m. Snndayo, 10.40
a m S.15 p m.
Leave Pniladelphla (Broad street station)
Tor Fottsvllle and Shenandoah, 6.67, 8.35 a m
4.1 0 and 7.00 p m week days. Sunday 6.50, and
cut ii.n luik, OiW, i,u,, ...u, UtOJ, o.uv,
I.SOB.Sn, J.50, 11.00 and 11.14, 11,35 am. 12.01 noon,
mi ouuoavB. ..ua. i.u. n.aa. B.ou. h.du.
11.35 k in. tad 12.41, 1.40,2.30, 4 02, (limited,
1.5-1). 5.28. 8.21. 8.5 , ,n.i, .1.11 and 12.01 night
For Sea Girt, Long Branch and Intermediate
stations 8.20 and 11,14 a. in., 4.00 p. m. week
days. Freehold only 6 00 p m week days ,
For Baltimore and Washington, 3.60, 7.20,
9.10 and 11.18 i. m., 4 41, 8 57, 7.40 p.ra and 12.01
night dally and 8 31, 10.20 a. in., 12 35 (limited
express wltn dining car to Baltimore) 1.30, 8.49
p. in. we k days. For Baltimore only 2.02, 4.01
wees days, 5.08, 11.30 p. m. dally.
For Hichmond, 7 20 a. m. aud 12.03 night
dally. 1 30 d. m. nallv. excent sundav.
irains leave Harrisburg lor I'llwDnrg and
9 west every day at 12.25 and 8.10 a m and
3 i (llmi'edl and 3.40, 7.25 p m. Way for
A too iu 8 15 i m and 4.10 p m every aay.
V or Fltuourg only, 11.20 a m dally and 10.20
m week days.
Leave snnbury lor Williamsport, Klmlra,
Jraandalgua, Kooheater, HnUaloaud Niagara
all MO am dally, and 1.35 pm weekdays,
fo) Klmlra 5.80 p m week days.
For lrle and Intermediate nalnts. 5.10 ami.
(ally. Cor Lock Haven, 6.10, and 9.58 a m.
tally. 1 35 and 6.30 u. m. week davs. Fur
snovaO.IO a m 1 35 tnd 5,30 p m week days
10 a. m snndaya.
HAS. SS. POGH. I. It. WOOD,
'im. Man'r len. Pass. Act
irst National Bank.
A. W. Leisetiring, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Letsenrnq, Cashier,
S W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Daily Prom 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST !
I'nlrt on Savings Deposit!.
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