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TO RULE THE HOUSE
Conlost for Speaker Getting
Warmer Each Day.
FOUR, CONFIDENT CANDIDATES.
Springer's Suddea Boom Oausis Many to
i. Boliovo Ho is tha Man-
The Domovrntlo Cntirui Will be Tleltl
Rnturdiiy Nlzht-Kitlmattid HtreilEth of
the I.eadftrl, Crisp and MIIM-MnMII
lln's Frlanda Julillnnt Orr II Ik Chance
1 Uncertainty to tli Number of Votes
Thnra Will be In the Caucus.
WasIiinotcw, Dec. 1. The Speaker
ship candidates and othor leading Demo
crats have begun to discuss the subject
of what la the beet hour (or convening
the Speakership caucus. Generally the
conference Is held on the Saturday night
preceding the Monday upon which Con
Kress meets. It hns been thought bent
this year to hold the caucus In the After
noon, as It Is always done when there is
a prospect of a protracted fight.
Mr. Mills, of Texas, however, predicts
his nomination on the first ballot, and
Is therefore In favor of having the cau
cus In the evening, at usual.
With striking unanimity both old and
new members, except thoso coming
irom otatos Having
caudldates In the
field, when spoken
t as to their choice
f r tho Speakership
intimated that they
had not y t mndo
up their mimic, and
ti at any plodgoi ns
cr.bod to them nra
1 Hatch's Missouri
nrrivud in full foroe
last night ami havo
miij.s. taken up quarters
nt Wlllanl's, there nra not, by actual
count, 80 Democratic meuibors in the
city of the 233 returned olocto.l.
UreckenrldgB of Kentucky, Tracy of
New York, and other prominent mon
have sent on word to hold their mall as
they will be here In a day or ho, but tho
contingent at present in tho capital la
not sulllcient to hnaa any reliable esti
mates upon as to the strength of any
candidate. No word has yet been re
ceived from Judge Holman, chairman of
the Democratic caucus, us to when it
will be convened. Judge Holman's mall
is still being forwarded to him out in
Just now there U much discussion of
the respective chances of Mr. Springer,
the latter' s sudden
boom being a fea
ture of the contest.
It is claimed for
Mr. Springer that
he has almost tho
entire Northwest at
his back, and he
claims to be gaining
It Is generally be
lieved that the peo
pie interested in tb
World's Fair intend
to mnko a groat effort
toolect Mr. tinrinuer,
for should he be elected tho World's
Fair would be very likely to receive n
liberal appropriation from Congress.
Shrewd observers wi.o nre unprejudiced
admit that the Illinois man will maKo
a much bettor showing on the first
ballot-than oven his friends had oxpeot
ed. Judging from the way he Is con
ducting his canvass, It would not bo
surprising if ho did not receive tho solid
aiippor ol tuu iNortuwest, lor tno nemo
cratH. liko the Republicans of that sec
tion. aro very clannish. Mr. Springer
is noslnc as tho Candida' of a doubtful
State, and insNts I ha Illinois can be
carried by the Democrats n.ixt year.
"Mills can't get It." said an observe r.
who has been close lo tho light without
being In It, "and
think his followers
tiro bound to go for
Crisp can get none
of thorn after iho
bltloiuess which has
arisen between .Mil Is
and the Georgian.
It is whispered
I do not
he is a
hla following over
Judge Crisp's friends claim over 100
and his opponents do not place his
strength at less than 80. Mr. Mills's
friends claim 90 aud his opponents glo
him lesi than 60. Shrewd placers give
Springer 85, McMlilln 20, Hatch the
.Missouri delegation of 13.
Mr. Mclllllln Is ns sangut no as any of
the candidates. Very logically he
reasons that the fight betweon Mills and
Crisp may become so bitter that ho may
Le taken up as a compromise. Mr. Mo
MlUIn has bean disappointed about the
support ho oxpaoted from New York.
Jle Is likely to havo the votes of three
of tho Western New York Congressmen,
and will certainly hava that of Con
gressman Covert, the senior mombor of
It has developed that Mr. Bynum
falletl to turn over the Indiana delega
tion to Mr. Mills wuen he retired. Only
four of the oloven votes cun bo definitely
counted on by Mr. Mills. Springer and
Crisp will dlvldu the other seven.
The Indications now are thut tho sll
er question may become the principal
Isstta tu the campaign.
Hole's recent letter
to JohnPoWttt War
ner, which was in
tho Interest of Mills,
has brought the sil
ver question to the
111Ib 1b In
favor of keeping the
uaoKgroiinu, as tin
Tarty is divided upor,
it. This has led U
many of the Demo
cratic Senator in
contest as uiiioh as If they belonged to
tho lower House, benator i'uirh of Ala
liaiim is particularly Interested iu Crisp's
Senator Vest spends considerable time
xhoul Mr. Mills' headquarters, aud
'. i-ookIt favors the election of the
Vtun, as ho bellevea that Tarlll Hu
ll riu should t the only Issue In the
iivJtt campaign, and that thera la plenty
of time to scttlo the silver question Af
ter t lis next rresmentlAl election. Sena
tor Vest's Influtnoi inny mean a great
deal, for Missouri has 14 rotes, and
Missouri Democrats believe In heeding
the voice of their Senator.
If the silver question becomes thus
prominent, It Is genornlly believed that
Mills must gain con
In tho Eastern and
New England States
where Judge Crisp
was considered par
One thing that
makes it dlfflcult to
ovon guess the re
sult of the contest,
Is that no one knows
Just how many votes wll be In the cau
cus. The Farmers' Alliance mombers
Intend holding a caucus of their own,
aud even Jerry Simpson does not know
how many will bo in It.
I he most conservative of the Demo
cratic leaders say that the Democratic
caucus will contain about U!J8 members.
HAD EVERYON 'S CONFIDENCE.
Ilenjaniln Ilerenson and the Manner In
Which He Clot Away With 8Ir,000.
Boston, Dec. 1. Benjamin Bersnson,
a dry goods Jobber et Salom, and ono
of the best known and most trusted
mombers of the Jewish colony hare,
who disappeared Saturday, taking with
him between $10,000 and $15,000 In cash
and valuables, obtained from his lie
brew brethren of all conditions and oc
cupations, has carried on his jobbing
business prosperously for six yearn, and
all his obligations have been promptly
For some time past he has been ex
changing his checks for cash among his
acquaintances, utid -as every check was
honored at the bank at which it was
drawn, thoro was no question ns to his
credit, it is stated that this system of
raising money was adopted for the pur
pose of onabllng Ueronson to secure as
great amount of funds ns possible when
the time came for his alleged premedi
lierenson left behind him n wifo nnd
child. Mrs. lierenson thinks her hus
band has deserted her for a former do
mestic of tho family.
A warrant for ills arrest has been
sworn out nnd placed in the hands of
Well Known Ilulliler Head.
WoitCESTEK, Mass, Dec. 1. A speclnl
from New Orloans says: Caleb Alex
ander Parker, n well known retired
builder aud contractor, died here yes
terday, uged 85 years. lie was a native
of Worcester, Muss., and came to this
city in 1632. Soon after he went to
Jackson, Miss., where ho erected the
Mississippi Stnte Capitol, the State In
sane Asylum, the Hinds County Court
House nnd other public buildings, lie
also built a portion of the New Orleans,
Jackson & Great Northern Bnilroad,
now the Illinois Central. He came to
New Orleans again in 1859, where ho
erected some of the finest buildings In
the city, among them the St. Louis Ho
tel. miners' Hours or Labor Iteduceil.
PniLADKLI'lllA, Doc. 1. The announoo
meut is made at tho office of the Phila
delphia & Reading Coal & Iron Com
pany, that, pursuant to tho agreement
made at the meeting of the sites agents
of the varions coal-producing companies,
held in Now York lust Tuesday, tho
production and consequent tonuago will
bo restricted, and iu order to accomplish
tills purpose all the collieries of tho
Plillmle'plila & ItenJflig Company will,
commencing to-day, ruduco the hours of
labor in the mines. This is n customary
niensuro at this tiino of the year.
Died from Unnatural Cntuof.
AsnuitY Pauk, N J., Doc 1. Tho
mystury surrounding the su Idon death
of Miss Mamio 11 U hop, tho pretty young
daughter of D.tvld Itowlatid of Wost
A-ibury Park, has not yot beeu cleared
up. An atttopty was made yesterday,
and while the physicians will not make
known the lesult of tno investigation
thoy do not deuy that tho girl's death
was tho roiult of unnatural causes. The
stomach has beeu sent to Prof. It. Ogdcn
Doromui, of New York, for analysis,
and the inquest has been adjourned for
two week, pending a report Irom the
Ciiho of maverick Hunk Directors.
Boston, Doc. 1. Tho Uultcd States
raud Jury assembled to-day. The
cases of the three Maverick Hank di
rectors will bd presented sometime dur
ing the term, which lasts until the mid
dle of March. Tho District Attorney
Bays: "I cannot say when the cases will
be presented. Tins department la all
ready to begin now. The facts and fig
ures from the nauk examination will be
presented to tho grand jury, and
nothing tuat may nave occurred since
Oct 20 will affect this department."
The Appeal DlitnUied.
Boston. Dec. 1. In the United States
Circuit Court yesterday Judge Colt dia
mlsssed the appeal of the Boston &
Philadelphia Steamship Company, the
owners of the steamer Parthiun, in the
libel of Nathaniel C. Scott for damages
for a collision betwoen a schooner and
the aloamor. The decree of the District
Court, assessing $1,750 against tho Par
thiun, is allirnied.
New Tonic. Dec. 1. John Q. Roth,
who attempted to assassinate Hov. John
Hull, suuday, and Louis Arinnnu, who
wat arrested a few days ugo for forcing
his attentions upon Mrs. Ubas. li, Alex
ander, daughter of tho California
millionaire Crocker, were yesterday olll-
dally adjudged insane.
Pittsburg street car lines have gone
back to live cent fare.
The now warship Now York will bo
lauir.hoJ at Philadelphia to-morrow
Tho funeral of Mrs. Ellon Drexel, wife
of Anthony J. Drexvl, took placj yoster-
day afteinoou from the family residence
The black wiolder of a razor, George
Shorter, who cut Ilav. Samuel Am
brose's abdomen upon iu church at Da la
wure City, was arrested at Chester.
Governor Pattlsou has unpointed
Christopher K. Heydrick, of Venango
County, to succeod thn lata AssocUte
Justice Clark on the Supreme Bench.
Uev. Jolin Scully, wlio lias been re
moved from the preatdeuoy of the Jesuit
College of St. John, 1'ordlmm, ci. V..
will go to Philadelphia to be a professor
In BU Josepn't Uolloge.
Knaampnimt Dates Changed.
AMUNY, N. Y., Dec, 1. The dates of
the next anr.ual encampment of the
6ate O. A. K., which was scheduled to
be held In Buffalo ou Feb. 21 anil US,
has been changed to March U and 10.
Thli Is necessitated from the fact that
Music Hall cannot be procured for the
former dates, anil tho hotel facilities
would not be adequate) be (ore tho lattor
Inorrnsaiif Drud L iters.
Wasiiikoton, 1)jc. 1. Tho annual re
port of D. 1'. Llobbanlr., superintendent
of tho Dead Letter Ulllue, covering the
operations during the past fiscal year,
has been submitted to tho lntmnstur
General. There was received during the
year 0,589,400 pieces of original dead
mall matter, an lncrensd of 311,904
plecos over tho previous 11 teat year.
tho offer that's made by the pro
prietors of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Rem
edy. Risky for them. For you, if
you have Catarrh, it's a certainty.
You'ro certain to bo cured of it, or
to ho paid SsfiOO. That's what they
offer, and in good faith they euro
you, or pay you, no matter how bad
your case, or of how long standing.
But is it so much of a risk?
They havo a medicino that cures
Catarrh, not for a time, but for all
time. They've watched it for years,
curing the most hopeless cases.
They know that in your caso there's
every chanco of success, almost no
chance of failure.
"Wouldn't any ono tako such a
risk with such a medicino?
Tho only question is aro you
willing to make tho test, if tho
makers aro willing to tako tho
If so, tho rest is easy. You pay
your druggist fifty cents and tho
T. J. VBnOTJBON, MANAQEB.
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 2, '91
Third season of America's represen
tative Irish comedian,
JOSEPH J. SULLIVAN,
Supported by a powerful company
In the successful musical
The Black Thorn.
1 HETTY GIRLS. NEW DANCES.
OATOIIY SONGS. BI'AllKLING MUSIC.
Snnelnl noenerv for Iho entire production.
uiuler llie mauaemoni oi it. w. winuet.
Keserve a seats ousiie ut iv riiu a units iwro
Vrlots 25, 3i and 50 ce nti.
do you WANT
A GOOD FIT ?
aud well made, fashionable clothes;
If to, call on
w. cr, Jacobs.
Fashionable Custom Tailor,
8 South Janlin Street, Shenandoah
Cull and sen samples of the latest goods and
the styles. Good wor&manshlp, promptness
ana rair prices.
Ferguson ! House Restaurant
(Under management of Enoch Lockett)
Cor. Main nu el Centre Streets
FIKST.CI.iASS LUNCH COUNTER.
Best boer, porter and ales always on tap. Ct
garsoi too nuesi. uruuus.
Pfnladclpliia Cheap Bargain Siore
For a full line of
Ladles' and Geuta' Furnlsblni Goods at the
lowest prices mi cciai lino m win
furls at 1 25 each.
J. RABIN0VITZ, 110 E. Centre siree
WALL PAPER BARGAINS
Largest aud cheapest slock in town.
Artistic Paiulio!, Graining and Decoralin;
J. P. CARDEN,
10 2-6ra 221 W. Centre Bt., SHENANDOAH
SALOON AND RESTAURANT
201 N. Main St., Shenandoah.
The Finest Siotk of Beew, Alas, Ggars, fc
To tho ladles of Bheuandoah and vicinity.
A Sclentmo Dross untllnganu Making uranon
Hclmol Is auened In roam No. 8. Uobbins'
liiillritnor. nvpr the nasi nrlloe. whero DUDllS
are taki n and taught the lattstand best sys
tem or cutting aua uressmaKing. xne system
I.. ..... .)... lni,nM nnrt mnncv anil I.
! v. rttviugui nu. inuui uu ........ j ...... .i
readily acquired. All are delighted who have
learned it, upen evenings.
U-9-tf Mr. K. C. UKWITT,
Grand Holiday Opening !
You W1H il i wul 1 lo call niul
Inspect "iiik(o,ds Wo carry
wlco the tin omit of stook wo
11(1 lligt Cl'llunti. din) iriKwe
nmy be uluo to pleusu you In
ovcry rcBr.cct, nnd by fulr nnd
ltnttnfr.ltln .1..tl...- . . .
..mU...u,0 ucamiB uxpBci to even surpass our previous fluttering results.
We Now Carry a Full
Always fresh goods.
& WAIDLEf, No, 8
4 S1 fy ONCE TRIED AIWA YS USCD.
Van Qnoiitbrtb (Sbcoa
is cheering, more sustaining and more satisfying than
ton. ot pnfton linff Vn 1. r. nnonnn rn7. n..t.t:i..i
Adverttsemenf tn thin column, nnt erfeetHnn
lines. 5 c. for one insertion. 7.rw. lor tn,n si fnr
three; one week, ji.50; two weeks, t'2: one
rrAIlMB FOIt SALE. Aroyou look-
J. lieu er. Frncicviue. ra,
. as to where they
ro located and for terms.
WANTED. Young fell
11 lo IS years of nge.
T?OU S-MjE. One store room mid
J ons dwelling bouse. Lnt 80 fVot fr.int.
nnd 110 feet de.-p, l'Iao. 315 Wesi Co 1 street.
Easy ierm. Apply to Frank warning.
WANTED. By tho Bltiger Maiiu
lacturln: Or. a young man to sell
Sluger setvl'ig machines. Must bo abla lo
M'eafc the Pollstt and Kngllsh languages.
Good position for tho right man. Apply nt
once to the liucr suwlng machine uNtce, H
entre street, Hhenatidoili, fa. 11-2MW
1X7" A NTH D. Good
canva seru for
Advnuresln the Mlnet." the onlv
work ever published irlvlne a complete n cord
and description ol the great mining disasters
i America, ierms uoerai. uuress, i. i.
'.M Hi ley. Canton, Ohio. 11 21 It ev sat
rpo THE PUBLIC My wife,Frnn-
JL els Wonn, having left my bed and board
wunomjusi causoor provocation, mis IB io
notllv tho tmolio noL to clve bcr ruv credit
on my account, as I shall ray nothing con-
traciea iy tier. umjkuis wiiib,
uiiDcruin, in., rtov. w, intft. u-tfu-3i
FOR SALE. The "gray team of
horses recently used by the Columlila II.
& S. K. K. Co., No. 1 Tbo borees will bo a
bargain to the purcbaers.
CHARTER NOTICE. Notice Is
heiehy given that an application will
bempde lo the'Court ol Common l'l'a ol
Schuylkill county on Monday, December 21st,
A.I). 18!ll. ot JO o'clock In iho loienoon, un
der thc"corporathui act of tho commonwealth
ol Pennsylvania, approved April 12), 1871 "and
the Mirtplement-t thereto, for the ohatter ol an
uiouueu corporation loue caueu t. ueorge s
Jthuunlan I'atbollo Honctlclal Hocletv. ol
Kliexandoali, I'a." Hnln assuctatlou Is lo he
locaiea in nenauaoan, i'a.. anuto nave lor
Us object the m ili tenance ol a society
tot social, educational and benrflcial pur-
prtKes to its members Irom lunds collected
ri. G. M. IIOliLOPETEIl,
Attorney for Annllcunts,
Bhenandoah, Pa., Nov. 23, '81. ll-21lw
THE TWENTY-NISTH ANNUAL SESSION
Teachns Instituis of Echuylkill Go.,
will be held In
MUUSOX'S T11EATI1E, SHENANDOAH, l'A,,
December 14 io 18, '91.
Major Henry C. Jldiie
One of the creaUsl Orators aud Word Paint
crs. lie liui iii-idd a tour uroaud tbo w.ifl x
wltUasuccss Ittloless thau marvelous
Dr. James T. lletlley
Tho great Orator of the West, "The Sunny
niao or L.iie."
dllns OUle Torbet ami Jfer Concert Co-.
MUs Ollle Tarlftt, Violinist.
Hlcrnor Vlltorla Hdccarlnl. B.mrano.
JIlss I'aolluo Miinu grill'.), Contr dto
.miss i .on n i-ona, aiugiug Jieauer
Mr, Gustavo Tn dberg, Tenoi.
.noos. lustor urjiev, i-ianist.
All eminent and jxipularartlsts.
Marshal V. Wilder, l'he Groat Humorist.
bo I'nrtr. Hiutcrs aim ouartclte.
Mies Annie A Park, O'ornet and Zither
MI-sGeorelo I. Para, cornel aua Mandolin.
Miss Katie Helta Park, Cornet Tr i n bono and
Miss AdL. Pa-k, Pornet and Mandolin.
ALI, UOL.O AUTlhTH
l''r. he Jlonton IVanscrlnt: "The Park
Concert C 'inpauy g.vo ouo nl their popular
cjucerts Monday evening Th n ntlre )irert
asrtoelvedwl h rantutous applause astiey
nnnento I In their dltl'erent selections. They
aieail art'sts, nod deuerve all the applause
tue aeiinie J auuieaoe givo mem.
Bccurlng Ileserved Heats, Balny.:':'.''!?
Blngle admission 50c
Tho nlisrlfjr tho tale of reserved spat tick
ets will be oneiuu at ine u ix oince or I'd gn
son's Theatre, ou Baturday, licceniber 6, at
10.30 i. in. llefjra nDonlmr clxi-t uarlles dt
firing lo urobase tickets will draw numh. rs
ror posuiou in line, utcn leacuar in line
mnv nurcaase anv number of tloaeta not ax
oeedlng twenty, und ouch cliisen In ltno may
purcnaso auy uumoer uoi.exoeeuinK leu.
The rfiirwisntatlvoof ntch district will be
required loprw,entlo Iho ticket agout a list of
lue names or me uiu ters lor wuuiu iw uuys
t.ip.irnii:. Any iiffbou may loin t .e Hue a
Becond time with the same prlvlliEos as at
After December 12 tht chart will be open at
Doors opau it 7 p.m. Entertalnmont com
Trains after each nvenlng entertainment to
nit iioii.ta nn 1.. V. It. it. between Ashland
and Delano, Arringomenls fori-peoial trains
o other points on u. v. li. ll ana j-enn a n
H. ran be made with Hunt. A. P. lllakslee,
Delano, and G. O. Lewis, Pottsvllle.
O. W. AElfH.
J H rOHKBOY,
OH4o-tilia ibIMl loraer MtlojnlOaif
Line of Finest Candies.
Look over our stock.
Soi Main ft. Shenandoah,
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
ABKANOHMENT or PAB8ENOKB TnAIKfl.
NOV 15. 1891
i'afcsoneer trains will leave Bhenandoah for
122. MO. 5.2flr..m.
For Uelvldere, Delaware Water Gap and
tttrottdsburg at 6.47, a. m.,and 6.26 p. m.
For fjambertvllle and Trenton, 9.08 a, m
For White Haven, Wilkes-Uarre and I'ltts
ton 6.47, 9.08-, 10.41 a.m., 8.10 and 628 p. m.
ForTunkhannock, 10,41a. m 3.10 aud 5.26
For Auburn, Ithaca; Geneva and and Lyons
10.41 a. n., and 6.2(3 p. m.
For Laceyvllle, Towanda. Bayre, Waverly,
Elmlra, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls
Chicago aud all points West at 10.41 a. m.,and
.tn p. m.
For IClmlra and the Wost vlaHalnmnnnia. si
For Audonrled, Uazlelon, Btockton, Lum
er Yard, Weatlsirly and Fenn Haven Juno
dou at 6.47,7.40,9,08 a. ffi.and 12.62, 3.10 aud
VIS p. m.
ror jeanesvuie, ievuuon ana lieavei
llcadow, 7.40, 9.08 a. m, and 5.26 p. m.
r or ocranion ai a.n v.uh, iu.4i a. m. 6 it) ana
For Ilaxle Brook. Jeddo. llrifton nnd Fren.
.and at 6.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41 a. m 12J2 8.10 and
a.o p. III.
j or ttuasajce at 0.47 ana 9.08 a. m and
10 d. m
For Wlgeans, Qllberton and Fractvllle at
,6fl and 8.52 a. in., and 4 ja p. m.
S.47, 7.40V 9.08, 10.41, . m., 12.62, 3.10,5.20, 8,03,
.4. tlUUllMi p. Ul
ForJjost Creek, 31rardville and Ashland
.27, 220.127.116.11, 10.16 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10, 6.85.
10 and 9.14 p. m.
For Darkwater. Bt. Clair and Pottsvllln.
50 7.40, 9.52, 10.43 a. m., 122,3.10,4.10, 5.28 and
For Buck Mountain. New Boston and
Morea.7.40. 9.03. 10.41 a. n... 12.62. 8.10. 6.28 and
For Itaven llun, Centralla, MU Carmel and
dhamoktn, 82, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.40
nu ojw p. m.
Trains leave Shamokln for Bhenandoah,
7.65 11.65 a. m., 2.10, 40 an 9.30 p. m., arriving
at Bhenandoah, 9.05 a. m., 12.52, 3.10, 6.28 and
11.13 p. IU.
For Lost Greek, Glrardville and Asliland,
SO, aio 115 a. m., 2.45 p. m.
For Darkwater. Bt. Clair and Pottsvlllf.
.IK), 9,10 a.m., 2.45 p.m.
For Yatesvllle. Mahanoy City and Delano.
.00, 11X a. m.. 1.40, 4.40, 8.03 p. m.
For Lofty. Audenrled and Hatleton. 8.00
a m 1:40 p. m:
For Mauch Chunk. Lehlghton, Blatington,
Oatanauqun, Allentown, Bethlehem, Eastor
and Now York, 8.00 a. m., 1.40 p. in:
r or rnuaaeipnia, i.w p. m.
K. B. BYINQTON,
Hen'l Vans. Afft.. Hethlh'"
DO YOU WANT RELIEF?
KROUT'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY
Mill promptly relieve the mct diev
t reusing caaoof Acuta or Chronic Kheu
ntatlsm or Gout. By ctrictly ob6enfln(
tbo direction, it wilt curojou permau.
UuUbt th nuneroua rreparttloni thut Bool
the country, tltli medicino ! a jh:g111o for the
tidliltl 3r fn" "cureHl" One bottle make
la connectloQ ith iho I'lIU, com I nee the u(Terer tht
the (irojicr rvmedy hit Lees found. You areetrntatlr re-cu-iie.l
ta'li.tt the mcrlti of
iKICOUX'S KllKUJMATIO ICEMKDV,
ai lit rkluabto ropr ties &re endoried by tiuadredi of the
mom flattering testimonials.
On! t,egtaUo lnfrdlenU, rmrkble for thrlr eurailve
iowera, are uipil Iu the mttiu(acture ofKRUUTtt
$1.03 For Settle. 6 Battles, $5. CO. rills, 25 Cts. Box.
ctioutaoturer, and jqq ill receUelttir i
AlilU' lit U U
3G37 Market Mrcct, I'liilad'a, Tu.
People's Oyster Bay !
72 K. Centre St., SUcuaudonli
CHAS. C. GUISE, Props.
Uiw, Htewed, Scalloped, IMnned or
Fried to oritur. Famdles supplied
at their house with the best oysters
iue uiaraev nuorus.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
Green Truck Stand !
Cor. Main and Oak Streets.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
A Que line of Choice GROCERIES
Nuts and Candles.
JPoxillry of all Kinds,
Mr. Costlet rrccives his ereen truck dallv
Irom the city markets, which is a gu trance
to his em'omers that the? will receive fresh
goods whn buyi: g from him, ,
LEATHER andSH0E niDIUS
DP. J". CLBARY,
Dealer In all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and first-class stock.
A1 Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA.
Q M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AMD SUR0E0S.
26 Went Lloyd Btreet, Shenandoah
Poi adolphlaand Reading Railroad
rime jrto&l M eeel JTor. IS, 1891
RAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS
Kor Nmt Ynrlr via PhltariAlnhio ....w uw
2.10 5.25, 7.20 n, m. and 1285 2.60 and (Ml
j. in. rjunaay z.iu and 7. a. m. For New
.SFk' vlft Mauch Chunk, week days, 6.25,
.20, a. m. and 12.35 and 2.60 n. m.
KOr ItGadlnir nttrl I'hllariArnl.la wuiV rinttl
p.23,7.20, a, tn., 12.35 2,so and 6.66 n.m.
s.moay. z.iu ana 7.48 a. n iXO p. m.
Cor Marrlsburc. week riavs. !il.7.ai a. m.i
1,60, 6.65 p. in,
r Aiieniown, week Han. 7.20 . m
.'0 d. m.
Tr I'ottsvlue, week days, 2.10,7.20,a. mi,
i2.0 2.S0 and 6.53 p. m, Uunday, 2.10 and 7.
, m., 4.30 p.m.
For TaniHoua and Mahanoy City, week
dy, 2.10, 5.2r, 7.20, a, in., 12.3? 2.60 and 65
1 fit.. Bunday, 2.10 and 7.48 a. m 4.30 p, m.
Additional for Mahauoy City, week days 7.00
. For Lancaster and Columbia, week days,
7.20a, m.,2.60 p.m.
For Willlornsport. Bunbury and Lewlsbnrk,
veek days. 8.25, 7 JO and llo a. m 1,85, 7.5)
m. Bunday 3:25 , m., 8.05 p. m.
For Mahanoy Plane, week days, 2.10 8.26,
7.00 and H.2J, n. in, Bunday, 2 10, 8.25 and 7.48
a. m,' 8.05, 4.30 p. m.
For Glrardville (Rappahannock Btatlon)
Z'PPWi 2Mt 8-2i 6-' 7aa n 11.80 a. m.,
12.36. 1 85 2.60. o.6ft. 7.D0 arul H.V,. n. vi. Hnnilav
2'10 3 25, 7.48 n. m., 8.06, 4.30 p. m.
Kor Ashlanrl and Bhanif.kln. ivaaJt Stavm
o M.ao, tuv, a. in,, loo, 7,uu ana
. m. aunaay 8.23, 7 H a. m 8.05 p. m;
TItAINH VI1M HUJAN A 11 .
Leave New York yla PMladelpbla, week
mys.7.45 a. m 1.80, 4.00, 7.80 p. m., 12.11
ilEhl. Sunday, 6.00 p. m., 12.16 nlgnt.
Leave Near York via Maunh Chunk, woek
lavs. 4.80, 8.45 a. m 1.00 and 3.45 p. m. Bun
day, 7.00 a.m.
Leave Philadelphia, wees: days, 4.10, and
10.UU a. ra. 4.00 and 6.00 p. m., trom Broad
tnd Callowbill and 8.35 a. m. and 11.80 p. m.
from 8th ana Ureen streets. Bunday 9.05 a,
m. 11.30 p. m.rrora etb and Urxeu.
Lmave iteadlng, week days, 1.85. 7.10, 10X6
and 11.60 a. m., 6.66, 7.67 p, m. Bunday 15 and
10.48 a. m.
Leave Pottarllle, week days, 2.40, 7.40 a. m
ISb, 0.11 p. m, Bunday. 2.40, 7.00 a. m. and
2.05 -. m.
Leave Tamaqun, wee days, 8.20, 8.48 anC
7.43 . m. and 2.50 p. m.
ieave mauanoy uny, wwn onys, a.fu. v.is
indll.47n. m 1.51, 7.42 and 9.44 p.m. Bnn
lay, 3.40,8.17 a. tn., 3.20 p. m.
Leave Mahanoy Plane, week 3ayB, 'J'11,4.00
I.S0, V3i. 11.09 a. m.,1.05, 2,(W. 5 20, 6 28, 7.67, and
"inOD. m. Uundav2.4i). 4.(10. and 8.27. a. m.
litsavo uiraraviue (tiappanannocK niaiioni
ffonk days, 2.47, 4.07, 6.38, and 9.41 a. m., 12.05,
.12, 6.24, 6.82, 8.03 and 10.06 p. m. Uunday, 2,17,
.Of, 8.33 a. m. Ml, 6.07 p. m.
Leave Wllllamsport, week daya, 8.00,9.45 and
1.55 a, in. 3.85 and 11,16 p. in. Uunday 11.16
For Baltimore, Washington and the west
'tn II. & O. It, It., through trains leave Ulrard
1 venue station. Philadelphia, (P. & 11. It. II.)
' 1.10, bui nuu u:i a. iu., i.ih, 9.21, D.ooan'r
7 1 p. rn. Bunday, 8.55 8.02 11.27 a, in., 8.56
ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION.
j. eave Philadelphia, Chestnut Htreet "Wharf
niu noum aueei nrnan.
I'or Atlantic CI It,
p. m. Accommodation, 8 00 a. m. and'f.OO,
Bnndaya, express, 9.00 a. ra. Acoam
m4atlon,8.00 a. m.and 4.30 p. m.
Itetnrntns, leave Atlantic City, depot
.Mantle and Arkansas aveuaeo. week-days
Express, 7.30, 9.00 a. ra. and 4.00, p. m. Ac
commodations. 10 a. ru. and 4.30 p.m. Bun
days Kxpress, 4.00, p, m. Accommodation,
7.30 a.m. nnd 4.30 p. m.
O. U. HANOOOK, Gon'l Pasa'r Agt.
A A. MULKOD. Pres. & Gen'l Manager.
9n and after Sejiiember 1, 1391, trains will ia
Shenandoah as follows.'
For Wleean. Ullbertun. Fraokvllle. New
Castle, Bt. Clair, and way points, 6.00, 9.11
m ana 4. is p m,
Bnndays, 600, 9.40 a m and 3.1 0 p m.
For Pottsvllle, 6.00, 9.10 a m nnd 4.15 p m,
Bnndays, 600, 8.40 a m and 8.10 p m,
For Iteadlne, 6.00, a in and 4.15 pin
BnndayB, 600. 9,40 a.m. and 3.10 nm.
For Pottstown. Phoenlxvllle. Norriatowci
tnd Philadelphia (Ilroad street station), 6,00,
a. ill. uuu s.xa p nu wuu uuya
Bundays. (KXi. 9.40 a m 3.10 D m;
Trains leave Fraokvllle lor Bhenandoah al
iu,4uam ana iz.ii, 7.u, iu,uvp m. uunaays,
11.18 a m and 5.40 r m.
Leave Pottsvllle tor Bhenandoah, 10,15 anc!
11.48, n m 7.15, 9.42 p m. Bnndays, 10.40 a rr
5.15 d m.
Leave Philadelphia (Broad street station)!
ror Pottsvllle and Bhenandoah, 5.67, 8.35 a u
4.10 and 7.00 p m week days. Bunday 6.50, ancl
For New York, 8.20, 4.06, 4.40, 6.85, 6.50, 7.8cl
H.208.SH, t).60, 11.00andll.l4,ll.S5am, 12.00 noord
itimiiea express, i.uo ,ou p m.) i.i
i.su, f .iu o, o, o.zj, o.ou7.is.uanv t
m, u.ui niKUl. r
11.35 k ra. and 12 21, 12.41, 2.30, 4 02, (llmlteftl
i.i), a.25, ai, n i ,',! .. . o in ana 12.01 nigh9
For Boa Girt. Lonir Branch and lntermedlat'l
Btatlons 6.50, 8.2". nnd 11.3!) a. in., 3.30, 4.00 p. ui
weeis uHys, m muy . o a. in. i
ITrtr fluid,. .....t UToDhlnirinn OR1 1 O, I
0.10 anu 11.18 a. m., 4 41, 0 57, 7.10 p.m. aud' 12.( J
nlnhtdadv and 8 31. 10.20 u. in.. 12 35 nimltci
express with dinlne car to Ilattlm ire) 1.30, 8J
p. in. we a uays. v or uaminoro only z.iu, 4.'
wioxdivs. 5.08. 11.80 n.m. dallv. 1
For llichmoud, 7 20 a. ra aud 12.03 nlglf
dallv. 1 80 n. ni. uall v. except Sund.iv. I
l'raiut leave UarriBbur ior Plitsuure arj
.no wcsievory aay at 'i-iana b.iu a m ail
10 1 (limited) and ill), 8 30, 9.35 p m. Way f(j
Altoona i a in and l.io p ni every aay. I
For Pittsburg only, 11.29 a m dally ana 10.1
. in wees aays.
Leave Bunbury lor Wllllamsport, Klmlil
"anandatgua, itoahester, nnflaloand JSlasal
I'niiBg o,iu a iu uaiiy, nuu i.iu pin weex a'A'A
'UJ 1ttlftlUD, u,r u. Mtiii& unjfD,
For lCrle and mediate points, 6.10 a ll
tally. For Loci, laven, 6.10, and 9.66 a I
tally, 1.42 and O.Ai p. m. week days, 1
tsnova o.lu a m i.ra ana d,vj p ui wees una
:V) a. in Huadays,
ham. K. ruutt,
ion. Pass. A I
irst National Banl
A. W. Leisenrmg, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrmg, Cashier,
1. W.Yost, Ass" t Cash
Open Dally From 9 to 3I
3 PER CENT, INTERES
Paid on BavltiKB Deposit!.
JOHN H. EVANS' SALOONij
30 E. CENTRJ3 BT., SHENANDGju
FRESH BEER. PORTEP?L :
Finest bmnda of
Tbe best tosaceHvrxe droilra. tf
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