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Speaker Crisp in no Hurry
to Namo His Coinmitlees.
THE CHANCES OP MR. SPRINGER
Imprawion Prevailing that Ha Will bs
at the Head of Ways aud Means.
Sir. Mill Ht'Knntetl hi Out of thn Qtiri
tlon Work l'rnepi-d itit on tint New Cod
of Itlilf-s, himI the Cnnimltt Ati on 8mih
to bp AtinotlMontl To.niorroiv Yetter
day's ProrefdiiitfN In Urn Suniiti.
Wahihsotov, Dec 15. Speaker
Crisp lit" not yet announced th'j Com
Snlttee on littles, which ho mint Uo be
Core Congress adjourns for tbe holiday
icrv ' ho vroulil have the full lint of
conn it is ready to submit to the
3Iou u j it the reassembling In Janu
11 ry. i .. Impression still prevails Km
erally that Messrs. Springer and Mo
Mlllan will bo the Democratic associ
ates of the Speaker on that committee,
but no olllcial sanction has boon k'vcu
to It yet. The general assumption
that Messrs. Heed and Burrows, or
lived and Henderson, of lovr.t, will be
the Republican minority has no more
substantial foundation, lu conversa
tion this morning with a report o ,
Speaker Crisp's manner carried With .
the Impression that it was by no mo. ins
HUre that Mr. liued would be a member
of that committee.
Whenever the commlttools appointed,
however, It will llnd a great part of its
work practically accomplished. Air.
Crisp and a number of the moru skilled
parliamentarians of the Democratic side
of thn House are In daily consultation
over tho Cudo of Rules. It is said that
tbuy will mako but few changes in the
code adopted by the last Congress.
lo-morrow the committee will doubt-
ess bo named at the Hesslou of tho
louse, and before adjournment for tho
holiday recess will report the list of
committees, with their duties and limit
of membership, so that the House and
the Speaker will know just what ho has
to do during the holiday recess in the
way of committee assignments. When
the Speaker is ready to announce his
full list of committees, tho Committee
on Rulos will probably have its coils of
rules for the government of the Uouss
rpdv to submit,
Nothing definite can he learned from
the Speaker regarding the selection of a
chalrmau of the Committee on Ways
.and Means. Mr. Mills, according to all
accounts, has not Indicated In anyway
his desire in connection therewith, and
none of his friends ho em to be able to
(speak for him. Whether or not he will
be offered tbe position Is a question, but
tlia Impression prevails that Mr. Spring
er will be named.
Gossip makes Mr. Mcltae, member
from the Third Arkansas District, Chair
man of the important Committee on
l'ubllc Iluiidings and Grounds. Mr. Mc
Hae has been in Congress since 183.),
nud is credited with hnvlng beon tho
lirst representative to propose Mr. Crisp
for Speaker two years ago.
Mr. Crisp will remain in Washington
until Congress adjourns for tho holiday
recess, when accompanied by his wife,
hu will leave for his home in Americus,
1 THE SENATE COMMITTEES.
Alignment 3I.nl" by the Ilnpulilleans
ttleneralty llojaideil Katlsfartory.
Washington, Dec. 15. The Republi
can Senatorial Caucus Commlttoe,
which was charged with the arrange
ment nf thn Henubllcan representation
upon tho Senate 'committees, completed
its work yesteruay morning ami report
ed to a caucus which wus called together
before tho Senate met.
As nearly as can be gathered from
the expressions of many Senators, the
assiaumeuts made by tho committee
are generally satisfactory.
It was found impracticable to meet
alt of the expectations of the new Sena'
tors, but tho dissatisfaction that exists
in believed to oe confined to less thau
half a dozen Senators.
The Caucus Committee assigned Sen
ator Culloiu to the vacancy on the An
proprlutlous Committee, thus giving
satisfaction to the World's Fair people:
and to meet tho request of the Pacific
Coast Senators that they bo given i
representation on that important com
mittee added one to tho membership
and assigned Senator btawurt to the
Senator I'ettiarow. who has always
been regarded as friendly to the World's
Kutr project, has beeu assigned to the
chairmanship oi cue uornmittee on tue
Tho list as arranged Is subject to
some changes, as it is understood when
the caucus ndjouruod yesterday tint
Senators aro at liberty to oxohang
places it they can mako mutually satli
Among tho many bills Introduced 1
the Senate yebttrday wero tbe follow
Uy Mr. Squires For a monument to
Gen. U. S. Uraut in tho city ot Wash
jly Mr. Washburn Defining options
in "futures and imposing taxes there
Jly Mr. Hale To establish it perma
nent census olllce and to provide for
taking tbe twelfth nud subsequent con
tuses. By Mr. Gormau For the relief of
night Inspectors at New York and Balti
more. Uy Mr. Mitchell To prohibit abso
lutely the coming ot Clilneso Into the
United States whether they are Chinese
subjects or otherwise.
Murn UTliltlon III llriixll,
Itio Jankiuo, Dec IS. Intelligence
line been received of 11 revolution in the
provlnoe of t-uo l'aulo. The people of
the city of Sho Pa mo, capital ot the
province, objected to the deposition ot
the Governor, removed by order ot the
J'elxotto administration. They lose in
insurrection and ordered the now locnl
olllqinln out of olllce. At the Intent ac-
cottntH tbe revolutlnuuts were lu con
trol of the situation.
A Ni) iv Armor I'Ute Mill.
PlTTBBUJtu, Dec. 15 Mr. Androw
Curnegle purchase l 51 acres pt land at
Duquetne upon irh ch an armor plats
mill will be erecte 1 at once. One quar
ter of a million dollara was paid for the
Krouud. Duquesne Is on the banks of
the llononiiahelu Hiver, about 10 mllsi
TumiM-Thr, V.iniiir Mn Punished
IIikIiii; Citi 1 Xtuili'iiU' l:sro t.
CoKTLAwn, N. Y. Dec. 15. Twenty
three students ot the St.tto Normnl
Training School aro under suspension.
They are sons of leaili ng citizens, and
the whole town Is stirred up over tho
row. The suspensions followed the
hazing ot some young men who nacoiii
pan l eil several ot the women students
to and from a lecture giv n last Wed
nesday evening by I'rof. llirdeeu
I'rof, Hardee u is not :i favor! to with
the students, and It is hinted that the
baiting expedition was organized to
tdiow resummon t against In in by pun
ishing thute who attended the lecture.
Curlouily enough, only the young men
who had accompanied ;oung wouun to
the lecture were subjscted to the vigor
ous treatment ot tbe mob of stude.it)
The first man attacked was escorting
ft youug woman home. He was thrown
over, a fence ami forced to join the mob,
aud the lady lied home unescorted. All
the houxes where young women students
who had gone to tho lecture with young
men live, were visited and their escorts
called out and forced to join the rioting
Six young women board at the house
of G. W. Davenport, on Lincoln avenue.
They were taken to Professor Dank-en's
lecture by two young man, who visited
them a short time after the lecture.
The mob called at Mr. Davenport's
house and sent a committee to call out
tho young men. They solzed the ob
noxious students and tossod them over
tho fence. Then the young men wore
thrown into a small pool of water and
forced to join tho hazing party.
Those engaged In the rioting woro
suspenueu uy tuo faculty.
EXIT THE BOMB THROWER.
lloait Positively Iilmitlllril as that of
Henry I Xorurott by Ills Parents.
Nkw Youk, Dec. 15. The parents ot
Henry L. Norcross, tho Boston noto
roker, identified the bomb-thrower's
head at the Morgue as that of their son
at 1 o'clock this morning.
Coroner Messemer had charge of tho
identification and accepted it as com
plete. Previous to tho visit to tho
Morguo tho Coroner took the sworn
tatemunts of tho note broker's parents
ml they will bd use 1 at the inquest.
which will bjgln m soon as au uxpert
jury can bu summoned.
New JetiHy's Menutors.
TnnN"ro.v, N. J., Dec. 15. Advance
sheets of the Legislative manual give
onie Interesting statistics regarding
the State Senntors of the next session.
There will be sixteen Democratic Sena
tors and five Republicans. There are
five lawyers, all of whom are Demo-
rats; four merchants, three farmers,
wo manufacturers, two real estate
ealers, an hotel keeper, an editor, a
rower, a contractor and a gentleman of
ntlro leisure. While the Republicans
will have no lawyer they will have
Senator Gardner, whose fifteen years ot
xnerienco in tho senate enables mm to
cope with all the logal questions that
may arise. Fourteen of the twenty-one
Senators aro natives of New Jersey.
ive wore born In New York, one In
'ennsylvanla, and one (Mr. Hudspeth)
n Canada. The oldest Senator In years
Mr. Fowler of Cumberland. He keeps
temperance taveru at Vlnoland, and
is 71. Mr. llrown ot Monmouth is 09
ears of age. Twolve Senators are over
40 and nine are under that wjr. Mr.
Rogers of Camden is the youngest, 31
ears old. senators u.irKer, uornisn
aud Marsh are each 35. The average
agoot the Seuators is 11.
I.n.U' Hlr Acraw'rMSB R3
White I'lains, N. Y. , Dec. 15. Coun-
ol for the Lasak heirs announced In
the Supremo Court yesterday that an
amicable settlement in tue case unu
been reached. The case grew out of
the disinheritance by Francis W. Lasak.
the millionaire, who died at Uobbs
Ferry in 1887, of his ilauahter, .Mrs. An
toinette Hchennerhoru. Mr. Lasak
was a partner of John Jacob Astor, aud
left over $J,O0D,OJO. His reason for
dUlnheritttiK Mrs. Scheruierhorn was
because she had taken slues witn uer
mother during soveral quarrels her
Dii runts huil hail. The settlement is
said to bo tho same as though Mr. Lasak
died Intestate, and the property will be
equully divided among the heirs.
rullmnii Cnliipuny Htmten.
Philadelphia, Doc. 15. An opinion
was Hied in the United States Cu uit
Court yesterday by Judges Achotou and
llutler ilisinlsxtng tue action ot tue
Pullman Palace Car Company to have
tho original bill in eipuiy, filed some
time ago against the Central Transpor
tation Compiny, dismissed, aud allow
ing tho motion made by tho transporta
tion company, asking that the latter bo
permitted to file a cross bill. Tho cross
bill asks for an iiccouutlui? by the Pull
man company of all the profits derived
since the agreement of 1S70 from tho
property transferred to it, and that tho
amount found due he piid ovdr.
Cniivlct llurily 1)hc.ihi Again.
Pi.ATTSnuium, N. Y., Uec. 15. Con
vict Henry Hardy, sentenced from New
York, who en-aped from Clinton prison
in October aud who was recaptured
after hems; severely wouudol, hat again
made his eicnpe from that Institution,
lie was lnit seen being driven towards
tbe border with a team and driver.
When captured in Octohur hi had $300
in money, and came to Flattsburgh to
board u train.
The warden of the prison offers $500
for bis capture.
Au Arcluliike UhriI of the Clrlp.
Vienna, Deo. 15. Archduke Slgls
mund Leopold Itenler ot the Imperial
house of Austria U dead ot (rip. lie
was h ooiiiln ot the Austrian Kaiser, and
son of the late Archduke H.-nier, for
many years Viceroy of Lombard)', nnd
noted for his severity against tho Ital
ians In their struggle for liberty. Slgls
inuiid was born at Milan In 180. ' He
never made any spocinl Impression In
publlo atfairs. The Influenza Is carry
ing olt many victims In Vienna, both
lu the upper and lower walks of lite.
Marine lluiid Will Truvnl Aealn.
Washington, Hoc. 15. The President
and Secretary Tracy, on the recom
mendation nfCil. lleywon.l, Command
ant ot the United States Murine Corps,
have srante I psriuUslnrt to Mr. Sousu,
conductor of the celebrated Marine Hand
ot Washington, to make unotlur tour
the coming sprltut. On the pr iposed
tour the bund will go as far West ai
California, and ou Its return to the
East will give performances in the
principal Southern and Eastora cities.
NORMAL STUDENTS Slk-.P
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Published Daily, Sanday, Wook y.
tV intnily psi'tr which U oit-nn, uiumhi-.
i a' nd ju?t tho pai or for the Ameri
2'.c l'te has tho best powltilo orjanizi
urn to stcure iihw from tho most itmair
slit sources, and with nearlv -100 eorros
run i-tit In l'tinylvanlHt Nt-w JVrfoy,
nd Delaware, thn tnt and noar-nt homo
ews IS covered with a routine caretulnecs
ml a tuition to detail not ovon attempted
be inj other paper.
The Press has abo thn best of corrppon
d nt t'i all the great cities of the United
-isle", i'S well as financial and railroad
xi rip in Cnltago and tho "West, who
Keep tho paper tnnro than abreast with
Tho columns of tho Sunday Press are
enriched by contributions irom thoeo
whose imnips aro written high in our list
o great author', novuliats, oenyist', K
well as f nni men of high rank in public
1 1 io. Tho best authors know that their
"est udiorues to the readers of tho dally,
Sin day, hiid Weekly Press.
In politics The I'ress knows no other
uia-ter than tho pooido and tho psst year
ha toen, as has been soon before, tho
narked fsct that It U subservient to no
pjllllcnl boss. It hss no political ambitions
to foe'er, but looks alter tho !nterets of its
roiidere, and delivers llfelf upon the I6um
of tho day in a mannor both frank and
(Varies", letting tho laots spusk lor Itiein
elvt'B and evading no iuea but mee.ing
thcin all on I hu basis of fair piny to all
men at all times. In pages know no dl
tincli ins and tho rights of ono clne over
another are nuilhjr recognized nor iup
porlod. A IvurtUcmonls of 'IMp, "Wanted, liusi-ne-f,
Opportunities, Real Ksinto, etc , may
bu interted in The Press for ono cent a
Terms By mail, poftngo freo in tho
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Sunday), ono joar, 37 00; Dailj (inc'uding
dundsj), "no month, G5j.j Sunday, ono
year, 82 00, AWokly frees, ono year, ?1 00.
Drafts, checks and other remittances
should bo msdt payable to tho order of
Tit k I'kkss Company Limited. Philadel
Kxtr OtTlclals In a cnipn.
EXETEit, N. II., Dec. 15. As a result
of tho raid on the Granite House here
Saturday night, a policeman, a county
official, the local member ot tbe Legis
lature and several other prominent citi
zens were In the police court yesterlay
for being found in the bar and poker
rooms of the place. They were held.
with Catarrh, finally and completely,
or you have 500 in cash.
That's what is promised you, no
matter how bad your c.tbo or of how
long standing, by the proprietors of
Dr. Sago's Catarrh llemcdy.
Catarrh, can be cured. Not with
tho poisonous, irritating snuffs and
stroncr. caustio solutions, that simply
palliato for a time, or perhaps, drive
the disease to the hums but with
Dr. Sage's Remedy.
Tho worst cases yield to its mild,
soothing, cleansing and healing prop
erties. "Cold in tho Head," needs
but a few applications. Catarrhal
Headache, and all tho effects of Ca
tarrh in the Head such as offen
sive breath, loss or impairment of
tho senses of taste, smell and hear
ing, watering or weak eyes aro at
onco relieved and cured.
In thousands of cases, where ev
erything else has failed, Dr. Sage's
Remedy lias produced perfect and
permanent euros. That gives its
proprietors faith to make tho offer.
It's $500, or it cure. They mean
to nav von. if thev can't euro you.
Rut thuy mean to cure you, and
GO TO HEADQUARTERS !
Tree Ornaments, &c.
Wholesale and Retail.
MY CLEAR CANDIES !
Are nbsolutely pure. Hundny achools,
Churches, Hoclftles. etc suppllcUat
wholes ile rates.
Ice Cream, Bread and Cakes !
104 N. Mam St., SHENANDOAH.
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stana
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where be will be pleaded to meet tbe wants
of his friends and tne publlo tn
Everything in the DdnUog Line.
iflV h .
ffll Ii (v , imgnmiiiasiinsa
0U!i, ili,,,,.we,;k ,teut,J,Pr;.l I"''" "f ImImmI. Don't you know
. .. , , i mi1 iHc!qinrter for -iiihm Klfts untl holiday gi oJh of almost
Are iironounced most dolIcloiiK, only
DUNCAN ft WAIDLEY.
Id West Centre Street and 34
MONEY IN IT.
Musical Instruments, Perfumery, Sleighs i
China Sets, Magic Lanterns, &e.
To ministers of the gospel and school
bought. All goods must be sold before
refused. nil t any and navo tne picK ot me lot. you cau select wnat you
want, which will be set aside,on payment of a small deposit.
JEJk.. REESE;, -.rtB
31 BEST & GOES FARTHEST. 7
Excels all others, in purity, flavor and economy.
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U1ILC L11C1.1, til Ways
THE TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION
Teachus' InsUtute of Schuylkill Co.
will be held In
FEMIOTS THEATRE, SHENANDOAH, l'A,,
December 14 to 18, '91.
jrtor Henry C. Ttane
One of tne neatest Orators nnd Wor.1 l'alnt
en. He hai made a tour around the worn
wlthaBUCO ss l.ttleless tha marvelous.
Or. .Turn's T. lleMry
The ureat Orator of tae West,
Hide of Mle."
311ms Ollle Tnrbetnnd Her Concert Co
Mlgnor Vlltorla Uacctrlnl, Soprano.
Miss l'aulluo Moinegrlit'o, Conlrilto
MIhs Kdbh I'liud. Bmgiug Header.
Mr. Gustavo T i 1 luerg. Tenor.
Mo.is. llesior O irjlet, Clanlst.
All eminent and popular artists.
3Tttrnhair. Wittier, t'he Or"t Humorist.
Miss Annie A Park, Uornet and 'A llier.
MI-h Georele V. I'arH, Cnrotl and .Mandolin,
Miss Katie llelia Park, Cornet Tr nboue and
Mlhs AdU Pn-k. hornet ind Mandolin.
A I.I. SOI.O AUTlfiTS
We im 'he llnAttm 'lVaniteriitt: "The Park
Concert O tinpauy u .ve one tt their ponulir
oonrerts Mu iday ovenlng Th nillrorun ert
i us received wl li ranturouv annlause as t ler
appenre I lu the r dtHerenl selcctloos. They
niea'l art sts. nud deserve all the applauto
lluaeiunioi aunienceetvo nem,--
1IIUU hOHOOI. IIUAKTKV lie.
Bccurlng Hsserved Hefts. Bui;;;.'!-
Blnsle admission 50e
Thenhirtftr the fale of reserved sent tick
ets W'U be opan-Ml at the li n oillco of V gu
son'sThea'ro, on Halurday, lierember5, at
IU.W i.in. neiore opeoiu? rna-t panics ue
clrlugto urchase tickets will draw nuinli rs
for poslllou lu line. Kaon teacher In line
m y purcoase any number of tlcRels not ex
ceeding twenty, and eech citizen In lino may
purcliHkO any number not exceeding ten.
1J119 riiiwDUIuu,o ui c-uuii uiaiiii-b mi.
required to present to the ticket ngent a list of
the names of the teuo lers tor wliu-n he biiys
tickets. Any pi-rtou may Join t e line
second time with the same privileges as at
After December 5 the chart will be open at
Klrlla's drug s ore,
Doors op-n at 7 p. in. Entertainment com
mence at 8.
Trains nfter each evening entertainment lo
all noluts on I.. V. It. It. between Ash'nnd
and Delano. Amusements lorpecml trains
o otqor points on u. v. it, it auu ienu'a it.
It nube made with Hoot. A. f. Ulakslee,
Delano, aud U. O. Lewis, l'ottsvllle.
O. W. WK1S,
Largest aud oldest reliable purely caib com
120 S, JardmSL, Shenanooah, Pa,
20 cents per pound, all kinds.
8 South Main Street,
North Main Street, Shenandoah.
nnHEUE is money in It for you II
you purchase your holiday goods
from us. Five hundred styles dressed
dolls, from 5c to 51.50 each. Dolls'
shoes, stockings, trunks, tables,
bureaus, clmlrs, toilet sets, paintboxes,
writing desks, doll swings, air rllles
drmis, trains of ears, gun bouts and
other articles run by steam, A large
lot of mechanical toys, tool chests and
all the latest games, AUG and build,
ii xuiiui luiu jtuumuuiu uuiu
Antique sliver toilet and mauicure
setB, dictionary and biulo stand hold
ers, hook and ladder nnd fire engines,
tin stoves, German tops, trumpets aud
many other articles In this line.
teachers, 10 per cent, ofl on all goods
January 1st, and no reasonable oiler
UOtU. JUU1 lUkCl, (150
Lehigli Valley Railroad.
AEBANOEMENT OF PAHSSNOEB TRAINS.
NOV 15, 1S91.-
PaRsencer tralufl will leave Bhenandoah for
Maucn Chunk, LehlKbton, Hlatlngton, una
4anqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Kaston, 1'hll
4delphtaand New York: at 5.47, 7.40, 9.08 a.m.,
Fir Belvldere, Delaware Water Gap and
Birjuusourg ai. o.s, a. m., ana 0.40 p. m.
f or Lambertvllleand Trenton, 9.08 a. m,
For White Haven, WHItes-Barre and Pitts
Uil Uttlt B.VO, M. Ul, O.IV UUU UU 1 1 1.
ForTunkhanuock, 10,41a, m., 3.10 and 5.28
For Auburn, Ithaca, Geneva and and Lyons
luai a. m., nni aza p. m.
For Laoey ville, Towanda. Bayre, waverly,
Klmlra, Rochester, Uuiralo, Nlaeara Falls
Chicago and all points West at 10.41 a. m.,an
5.2H n. m.
For Klmlra and tbe West via Balamanca at
For Audenrled. Mazleton. Btoekton. Lum-
her Yard. Weatherlv and Penn Hnven Juno
tlon at 5.17,7.40, 9,08 a. m.and 12.52, 3.10 and
V!8 p. m,
For Jeinesvllle, Levlston and Beavei
Meadow, 7.40, 9.08 a. m. and 5.2(1 p. m.
For Bcrauton at 5.47 U.0K, 10.41 a. in. 8 10 and
5:2tt p, m.
For Hazle Hrook. Jeddn. DrlfUin and Free.
land at 5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41 a. in., 1102 3.10 and
5.26 p. m.
For Quakake at 6.47 and 9.08 a. m and
1.10 1. m
For Wlgtrans, Gllberton-and Fraokvlll3 at
j.W and 8.52 a m., and 4.10 p. m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano,
5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, a. m., 12.62, 3.10,5.2(1, 8,03,
9.2 nnd 10.27 p. m.
For ljost CreeE, 3irardvllle and Ashland
1.27. 7.40,8.52, 10.15 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10, 8.35
8.C6 and 9.14 p. m.
For DarKwster. Ht, Clair and Pottavllle.
5 CO '.40, 8.52, 9.03, 10 41 a. in., 12.52,3.10, 4.10, 6.28
For Duck Mountain, New Boston and
Morej, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41 a. m., 12.62, 8,10, 5.23 and
For Kaven Run, Centralta, Mt. Carmel and
dhamokln, 8.S2, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.40
mil KJM n. m.
Trains leave Hhamokln for Bbenaudoab,
r.5i il.i a. m 2.10, -i.iS) ana u.3u p. in., arrivini
it Shaaan.toah, 9.0o a. in., 12.32, 3.10, 5.2(1 am
M 1', n m
for Lolly, Audenii"d, Silver Uroofc Junc
tion I1H7.I ton 5.17.7 40, u.08, ana 10.11 a.
m., 12 02, a iu, o.2u una .' a p. in.
For Lost Creek, Glrardvllle and Ashland,
a.W.H.10 11.35a. m..2.Hn. m.
For Darkwnter. Bt. Clair and PoHsvIUf.
5.00, 9.30 b. m., 2.45 p. m.
For vales vine, siananny uuy ana iieiano,
j.uu, ii.a. 111., i.iu, i.iu, a.uj p. m.
ror ijony, Auaearieu ana uwivwu, d.ia
' tn.. 1.40 n. m:
U : . I .. . . 1 . nu..HW rnV.1l.nn Dln4ln.lAn
uaiasauqua, Atientown, uetmenem, .asuu
ana now xors, fi.wa.m., 1.40 p. m.
For Y niiaaeipnia, i.io p. in.
E. B. BYINGTON,
Gen'l Pass. Ast., Hetblehsra,
Green Truck Stand !
Cor. Main and Oak Streets.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
A flue line ot Choice GUOCEUIEU
Nuts and Candies.
Poultry of all Kimls.
Mr. Costlet receives his irreen truck dallv
Irom the cltv markets, which Is a guarantee
to his cuMiiners thattbey will receive fresh
goouswnsu uuyi .girom mm,
fif R. BRIOKER, M. D.,
PHYSIOIAN AND S JjROEON,
No'. 9 East Centre Street; Mahanoy City, Pi
usuaananu special aueasosaipeouutyi
lit adelphia and Heading Railroad
nm Tahle in effect Xnv. IS, IHU1
SAINS LKAVE SHEMNUUAU AS FOLLOWS
in?K w, ?rlc vla I'hllftdeinma, week aw
10 f, 7.au s. m. and 12 ta a.60 nna.vs
nrk, via Maueh Chunk, week days. 5.Hk
l a. m. nnd 12.3iand iio p. m. '
r nnd Philadelphia week dayi.
l I.;!!?o7,?' 12-35 ''.So and S.K p. n .
wll 21? nd7.48a. m., ijio p. m. v
Mt 5.85 p, Itl.
fior "entown week rtay, 7.20 m. 12.3A
For PnttflVllt. tCAAtr da ntn twt. .
U0 2.V1 ndl.55o.m. Hnhrf.v. '5m i ii
, 4.30 p.m.
Or IHUlauiln anil Mnhnnnv nit
darn. 2.10. fi'Jfi T.9I a wi. lis! owV. t.
. u. ounaay, 2.10 ana 7.4SB. m., 4.30 p. m.
ulaitlnnn. u ALihanov Oltv. vk flnvi Tnn
For Lancaster and Columbia, week days.
ia. m.,2.60 p. m.
1i-r 1 . 1 . j . . .
week lays, 3.23, 7.20 and llW a. m 1.35. 7.00
.1. flunaay a:5 h. m., 3.05 p. m.
or Mfthanov Plnne. wees nnvn. Q in sqa.
1. !5. 7.20 and 11.30 a. m 12.'. 1.35. 2.50. 5.55
,00 ane ' . m. Hunday, 2 10. 8.25 and 7.48
. m. (.05, 4.30 o. m.
r OlrurtlvlltA fltnnnnhannfw.hr MlaHnnt
wefk days, 2.1H, R.25, 6.K, 7.20 and 11.80 a. m.!
12.33, 1 as .b0, 6.55, 7.00 and D.25. p. m. Hunday,
u mo ti. 111,, d.ua, ,ou p. ill.
ti ivsuland and Khkimiftrm. waaIt slnv
23, 5.25, 7.20, 11.31 a m., 1.35, 7.00 andjfc
t. onnaav 6;i, 7 is n. m 3.05 p. m.
1'itAINH FOlt HilUNANIIOAH,
've New York via Philadelphia, wek
flays, 7.45 a. m., 1.80, 4.00, 7.30 p. m 12.. 5
. w auuuBJ, o.w p. in.. la.lO niEUU
lieave New York via Manrii nhunk.
(ImH 4.S0. 8.45 a. m.. l .ftOonri !1 n m Run.
(lay, 7.00 a. in.
tave i-niiHaeipnia, weec dajs, 4.10, aid
0.00 a. m. 4.00 and 8.00 in. m.. irnm rims ii
a (d Callowwll and 8.35 a. m. and 11,30 p. m,
n. ii.w p. m rrom tn ane ta.
ave KoauinK, week days, 1.35. 7.10, 10.05
and 11.50 a. m., AX, 7J7 p, m. Uunday 15 ai d
10. IS . m.
jtfve Poltavllle. treck davit. 22.214.171.124 a. m..
tu, o 11 p. in. ounaay, x.iu, i.w a, zn. ana
T.aat'n P..mnr...n .Oil O JO n j.
11 is . a. lu., 1.21, 7.13, and .18 p. m. HunUay 8.20
M.I . m. aud "i-OO p. m.
Le tve Mahanoy '. jty, week days, 8.40. 9.18
day 3.18,8.17 a. m.,il.J p. m.
I.o tvo Mahanoy 1'laue, wees: days, 2-41,4.00
a -!r .T ,1 .11 . , oe .i.ii tint, -t r.i a
.-. 'rt,. . UJ,lU ,vaj. o au, u I. .11 , auu
10 ou n. m. Hunday 2.1 , 4.00, and 87, a. m.
3 37, S.01 p.m.
wtHi uttju, i.u, 0.30, anu v.n n. m.,
a i t. dju. &.U.1 nnn o. m. nunnav.z.17
1 0, 33 t m. 3.41, 5JI7 p. m.
vu v liiiamsport, woec aays, s.w.v.uaia
11 .. tn. 3.35 and
na n.i5 p. m. uunaayii.it
' llil'lmore, Washington and the we,
v a u. K. H.. through trains leave uira
A . "ii". stat on. fhi adelnh a. (". R. U. R
Hi J.ij SOI and a. m.. 3.50, 6.42 an
7 13 p. m. Uunday, 3.53 8.02 11.27 a. m S.M
a a .uQ7 up. m.
Leave fhlladelphla, Chostnut Htreet WnA
.a joaiuuueei wuan.
For Atlantic Cltv.
Week.days-Bxpress,9:!)0 a. m. 2.(iorn.oni
P. tn. Accommodation, 8.00 . in. and 5.10'
Inadays. Erpress, 9.00 a. m. Acoom
no .Vion.i.ou a. m.and 40 d. m.
tomiuuiK, icavu nunuuu jiiyt uejili
a. in'.ic .nu Arkansas venue. wes:-aa
Kinross. 7.30. .0D n. m. and 4,00. d. m. Ac
commoaatloca.10 a. m. and 4jJtlp m. Burl
nays -Express. 4.uu, p. m. Accommodation
T "HI n , .. I n ...
i iUU c u.. nuvi -..o ... ui. , wu
U. t. tlAJNOOOK, Hen'll'ass'r At
MOL.KIIU. Mrns. a Hen-i Manaiier.
Oa and after November Vi, 1891, tratnt. uii
leave mienatiu jai utjououus: i
For WigKau, uiiioerion, rrucKville, Hi
'""le. Bt. Clair, -ind wav noluts. 8.0J. 9.1
u.i) a to ana 4.15 p m. 1
auaays. uu. v.40 u m ana .mi d m. '
for l'ottsvllle, 8.00, 9.10, 11 15 a m and 1
unnaays, euu, .su m ana s.tu p m, 11
For tieaaing, li.w, 11.. li a in ana 1,15pm,
riundays. X), U.40 n.. u, and 3.10 1 m. i
For Pottslown, Phoemzville, florrUUrl
- Fhlladelnhla (Broad street statlom. 01
h.lj a.m. anc 4,isp tn weecanys 11
.acaays, dou, a iu s.iu p m
Vralns leave Fnwrvilie lor Mhsnandooll
10.40 am and 12.ll. ioi. 7.47. l)'n t m:
dvs. 11,1 a m ant o.40 q m.
.eave rnT'.vuie lortsueuauacan, iu.101
tl.lJ, a m 4.10, 7.13, 9.42 p m. Bundays, 1
4 EC 1.15 D X1U
Leave Philadelphia (Broad street stata
or PotPivllleunaBhenandoah. 5.57. 8.3 H
t.'O and 7.00 p mweefc days. Hunday 8.50,1
I.2J am -i
l-'or New York, 8.20, 4.05, 4.40, 5.35, (1.50,
'.208.S 1, J.60, ll.OOand 11.14,11.35 am. 120" rJ
lumiiea oxprnss, i,ua 4.au p m.) r.iij
l.i-1 I, 4.02, tf, 6.2), 6.50 7.13 8.121
-in liau Jays, f.2H, 4.05. 4.40. K.S5, 8.12, 8.K0,
11.35 . tn. tud 12.41, 1.40, 2.30. 4.02, (llml
1. n. v. 8.21 B.s , 1 in and 12.01 nl
For Seo Girt, Long Branch and Intermed
stations 8.20 and 11 II u. m., 4.00 P intlt
days. Freehold only 5 00 p m week daysa
Fur Baltimore aud Wasoingtou, 3.50,S
9.10 and 11.13 -i. in., 4 41, 8 57,7.10 p.m audi
nigbtaaiiy ana 8 31, 10.2a a. ni.,i2i aim
express witn aiuiog car 10 iiaiiunurei
p.m. we kdays. For Baltimore only!
weei dtivs. 5.U8. 11.30 n. m. dallv.
For Ulchmond, 7 2d a.m. and 12.031
dally, 1 SO p m, daily, except Bunday,
irins leave uarrtsDnrg ior i-nisuan
19 west every day atl2.2sand 3.10 a 1
n iimi'edi and x.40. 7.2a n ra. v
A too it 8 13 1 m and 4.10 i m every a:
cor rittsuurg oniy, a ni aiuiy k
in wees aays.
Leave Bunburv for WllUamsnort.
mandalena. Itochoster. U'KIaloand 21
an in am aaiiy, ana 1 sa pm m,
'o- Klmlra 5 30pm weak aays. M
K01 ttrie and Intermediate nolnu. Ml
tally, fir Lock Haven, 6.10, and DM
lallv. 1 35 and 5.3.1 o. m. weak dav
enova o.iu a m auu o,9u p iu weej
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MAH I". lrtf2IT T it writ
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SHENANDOAH, Fmm m
A. W. Leisenring, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenring, Ca:
9 W. Yost, Ass't
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