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IN ANNUAL SESSION
Begins Its Lubors.
SPEAKERSHIP FIGHT STILT, ON.
Noyea, Republican, aitnlnst RorkwMl,
Democrat, anil the inttrr will da lmnill.
cnpp'l by 11 decision of the New York
courti ngalnst 111 m. The remaining two
cases are In the South, MOIJillir nKHltisl
Turpi n In Alabama, anil Millar nialnst
Elliott In Soutli Carolina. Tlie contest
ants are Itspubllpans who nl n 11 lint
Inst j-ear, nnil who were nested by n lie
It It Thought That a Nomination
Be M4e To-Dy.
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.
Each of tlin Candidates Confident, How
ever, nnd HlmwhiGr nA-HIgn nf Vluhlhijg
-Hittek'a UiilHtntt sUloklM By Him
Ruminations Hy tho ltepubtiatitit-Tlta
l'l eiidcnt's MtiMitg-w AVIll JSiit Ito Sen t
to Cenicrets Before To-Mnrrtiw.
AVasiiibotom, Deo. 7. Tlia 82d Con
gress Wat. formally opened a llttlo be
fore noon to-day. The Holm of Repre
sentatives wits called to ordor by the
roll clerk, Mr. Mul'jerson, and nn ad-
jourument followed to allow tlia Denio
crutlc euueus to renew It efforts to
nominate the party oaudldate for
The fight for the Speakership U tho
most remarkable contest known for th e
past thirty years.
Crisp loads by three rotes, a small
margin, It it true, but enough tosolldfy
Ins forces aa well ns those of his most
uiMiuerolts opponent, Mills, small as
ft-o their devoted friends In number,
McMIllliianil Springer believes that Crisp
and llills will g idowu in a de.ith strutf
Kle clasped In each other' arum, while
to one of theuiwillcome the hard fought
honor Willi all Its power.
Seventeen ballots were taken before
midnight riaturday, and Iho result wus
"no choice." Out nf 114 necessary to
win, Crisp had 91 votes, Mills 01,
(Springer ll, McMlllln 1U uiid Hatch 0.
As this had beru prauticilly the result
of several ballots, there was a strong
disposition to sound it truco fur the
night aiid begin the battle to-day after
Congress had met and adjourned. This
was done, all the candidate being nnx
ions to withdraw forresi an I tepalri.
The JMcallllln men were jubll.in- ovor
the adjournment and claimed th.it their
candidate was sure of election. The
Springer ami llatoh continuants ware
also joyful, while the Mills an 1 Crisp
tactions were correspondimily depressed,
Ibe lights of recent years have been
tame and commonplace co'iipared to
this one. Ordinarily the most splritod
Speakership fights have been settloJ on
third ballot, or at least the fourth
'i'om" Heed, for example, bout McKlu
ley and his other adversaries two years
pjo, when tho Republicans organized
tho Homo, on tho second ballot, Car
lisle beat "Sum" llaudnll in tho Firty
olghth Congress with almost equal eiso,
and in the I'orty-nltith and fiftieth Con
greases he was uuuniinously nomi
An . y yetruay aud this mornuif!
nrowlvtlmr been going on, bat so
far as can bo a scuTUluod, without
material lesult. The supporters of Mr.
Mills and Mr. Crisp stand firm against
tho attacks ot the otuur candidates
Assaults on these ranks have luen mndo
repeatedly, but without perceptible
The McMIUln, Springer and Hatch
nun pour Into thu ears of Mills aud
Crisp men who "111 listen to it, the li
gament that neither Mills nor Crisp can
in crease their piu.eut strength in any
circumstances, and that either iMc-Uillan,
Springer or Hatch, according to the sen
timents of the meu advancing tho nrgu
luent, was sure to win.
Heavy as has been the assaults
brought to bear on Hatch's little army
ot five, tho quiutoUe refusj to go over
to any other candidate. A rumor that
tho Hatch men had agreed to go over to
Mills on the 11 rat b'lllot to day was
knocked in tho hoad by Messrs. Tarsuey
and Hii Armond of Missouri, who state
emphatically ih.it they will not vote for
Mills under any cir ustuiices, but will
voto for Hatch uuii. u is obvious that
lie cannot be elected. Tboy prefer Crisp
to Mills, they say. Humor has it that
btuliluecker of JNew York will lead a
Wills defection and go over to some
other candidate, but Mr. Stnhlnecker
positively denies this.
The House will In all probability
transact little or no business during the
week, outside the organization. It is
even possible that a speaker may not be
elected for several days, though many
people who are watching the situation,
appear to think that a break may be
made to day, and anon nation reached.
Whether the drawing for seats will
occur when the Speakership question Is
settled has not been determined, but the
chances are that everything will be held
up until the organization is perfected.
Should the caucus settle the question,
the organization will be promptly of
focted, and then the first thing to be
done will be the drawing for seats. It
Is always an interesting proceeding and
watched with keen Interest by the spec
tators iu the galleries.
Thu President's message will not bo
read in the House until to-morrow, pro
vided, of oouiso, that the organization
Is perlected, und nn adjournment will
follow until Thursday. Not muoh In
the way of business can bo done until
ufter thc'comuilttoes are appointed.
It Will Not be Hut to tonpci llefurt
Wamiisoion, Deo. 5. The President
Is still At work on his message. For the
last three mornings he has not occupied
his office between the Cabinet room aud
that occupied by Mr. Halford, but he has
had n table iloslc llxeunln his lied
room, where ho has written until 12:J0
o'clock, when no has gone out into uts
ordinary quarters to recolvo callers.
Tho message will not be sent to Con
gress before to-morrow noon. This tlino
has been fixed upon for its presentation,
following tho nrooedents of 1880 ami
1887, an tho organization ot tho mouse
of Hcpreeutatlves at tho beginning of
a Congress is not usually completed- un
til a late hour on Monday. The annual
report of tho Secretary of the Treasury
will bo sunt to Congress at noon on
SIXTY REPORTED DEAD.
Mlvsr Mining InNsw Jersey,
IUCKETTSTOWIf, N. J., Doc 7. A
party of prospectors hare leased th
mineral rights on the iiistner and
Stephens properties at Build's LnlA and
are searching for sllvor ore. Thoy have
sunk a shaft some 80 feet and Jhnvo found
ore that assays $u and $r to tho ton. it
Is believed that tho ore will assay a
hlgner percsntngs of the valuable metal
as a greater depth Is roached.
Thi llrothsri Fell Out.
Buffalo, N. Y., Deo. 7, Two broth
ers, named George and I'oter WelzinllUr
got luto a dispute which resulted in
Ueorge using a knife with serious ullect.
l'etor is dying and George Is In jail.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Hori-lblH Calamity In Mtue
PARIS, Dec. 7. A fearful disaster Is
reported from tlia St. Etlenne coal field
In tho Southwest of Franoe. While 80
miners were engaged In the Pompo pit,
an explosion of Ore damp caused the
death of at least 00.
The first notice that people outside the
pit had of the disaster was a rumbling
sound, followed by smoke aud flame
rushlug from the mouth of the pit. As
soon as possible, men descended to tho
rescue, while hundreds of woman
present around the opening shrieked
and wnllod in agony for tho fathers and
The rescuers are reported to have
found all dead but about twenty,
who had been iu wurkinz where tho ox-
plosion did not have Its full effect. The
scene, as the bodies wore brought up,
was terrible. Women fell on the bodies
of their relatives aud could not be torn
away, aud loud imprecations were utter
ed against the olllclals whoso nenloct
was held responsible for the calamity.
iho authorities are preparing to hold
rigid investigation, as it Is claimed
that tho mine had been inspected within
a fenr hours before the explosion, and
declared sate to work In.
tIa.VE you tried our fino CANDIES
P yet? If not, do so at oneo. Twenty
cents per pound, all kinds. Best
mndo and warranted absolutely pure.
Olntlileu the ltetirtif of tile lltllo ones und buy
iliein BiiiiiPtliln from .our immense stock of Toys
and Novolliof. Jjolls. cto. Cnll yourself forntiy
thing In wood and willow ware, crockery, glassware
ami lumps. Our (In warn department nlwuvs full
of brleht, now Koods, and very chimp. Nlro ilue of
Heed's Patent Anti-Kust Tinware, nlo the fumoim
Oranllo Ironwnre. Headquarters for ltochester
Vaso and Piano Lamps. Come nud seo our new
Sylvia Banquet Lamp,
The citizens of Qalesbarg, III,, hava
raised a guarantee fund of $20,000 to
wards the building of a beet sugar fac
The terrible blizzard which set iu
Thursday morning over North Dakota
was howling with increase velocity last
The U.OOO-ton steol cruiser heretofore
known ns No. 0, was launched at the
Columbian Iron Works, Baltimore, Sat
At the close of business Saturday $3,2,
1 Oil, 100 four and a half pot- cent, bonds
had bjcn redoemed, loavlng $3,400,530
Tyinothy F. liyrnes, a promluonl
young politician and chief appointment
clerk under Secretary Windom, has been
arrested ut Minneapolis, charged with
Advices continue to be received from
various parts of tho Northwest contain
ing accounts of severe sirowstorms and
intense cold which has set in so early in
The Government of Canada has issued
returns showing a decline in the net rev
enuo of tho Dominion of $105, 1 '0 during
last mouth owing to the removal of tho
duty ou sugars.
William Wood and Edward Smith,
burglars, stood two hours In the pillory
nt New Castle, Vol., Saturday, received
forty lashed "well laid on" and begun a
live years' jail sentence.
.The trial of Dr. Graves nt Denver was
again adjourneJ Saturday on account ot
the continue 1 illness of Judge ltiaing.
It is thought that the case will go on
to-day with another judge.
Two well dressod men, supposed to bs
father aud son, entered a bank at Mar
vin, O., Saturday, grabbed a tray con
taining $1,500 and escaped. Late at
night they were apprehended at Kenton.
One escaped and the other was fatally
wounded whllo trying to resist arrest.
) u r EH
BEST U GOES FARTHEST.
riio highest grade of Cocoa manufactured. Perfect lv
lJurc. No breakfast table should be without it.
....... .n.n... l WtlH.,t, C4TCItllf
S(i',5c (or one iwtrrtton; 76c. lor ttm: !1 for
three; oie week, $1,50: Urn utekt. t2: one
WANTISD.-Ynung fellow about
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j!OH SLE. One store mom und
. nn i dwelling house. Ixit 30 rct rout
nd 110 feet de-p, Place, 815 Wes- Ooilsireet.
Easy crm'. Apply u l-'rans. Warnict.
Lehigh Valloy Railroad.
ABRANGB8IENT OF PAH8EHQBK TKAINB.
NOV 15, 1891.
Passenger trains will leave Shenandoah foi
SJfmeh (Jhank, Lebighton, Blatlngton, (!aU
wnqna, Allentown. Bethlehem, Kaston, fill)
idelphla and New Yorlc at 5.47, 7.10, 0.08 a. in.
F a- Belvldoro, Vt laware Water (Jap and
nn iuu.'wm MbH.il, a. Ill,, M 11 U J. 49 II, 1 I ,
" For Lambertvllle and Trenton, 0.08 a, c
ror mw ilhvcij, tt liKee-uarre ana fill
For Auburn, Ithaoa, Geneva and and byont
LU.1l n. IU., HU'I o.w i. Ul.
For Lajeyvllle, Towanda. Bayre, Wavorlj.
Advm lires In t'.ie inoi." tho onlv Ohlouri) and nil notntji WamI. nt. nwi n. m .nnd
nuii.inui tjuuitiii.-u Ki . iii u.iiiii. iu 1' i uiii i l.M p. IU.
in 5.17. V.W, 10.41 a. m., 3.10 aud 5.M p. m.
for Tanfehannoek, 10,11 a. ta., 3.10 am
XrANTKD. Qootl canv.i sfw for
and dosflrtptjon 1 Hie uioat mlnlug disasters
m America. Terms liberal. ' ildress, I. 1,
iJ'Milley, (Janlou, Ohio. 1121-ltev sat
NOTK)13. Notice Is hereby given to
merchants and others not to tmst any
ouo on my noconni, asl wdl not pay any hill
contracted in my uamo by others, unless they
have an order signed jv ine.
M I W. T rt OM A8 TE11 1'3T,
Shenandoah, i'a., Dec. 1, 18!U. si
CHINESE REBELS ROUTED.
Deftiatml With fln.l I. on-Another Dins-
snore of Chrlstlnns.
SltANQHAI, Dec 7. Fullor particulars
have been received of the recent battlo
betwoeu tho Chineso .troops and the
rebels, partly Mongolians nnd partly
Chinese, who have been advancing to
ward I'okln. There suoms to be no
doubt that tho rebels recolvod a serious
check. The Chinese general, Nlch, ona
of tho bravest and bait known of tho
Imperial army, led the government
forces, numbering U.UUU piclied men from
tho National army.
Tho charge was irresistible. Nich,
still at the head of his men, dashed Into
the breaking ranks of tho enemy, seek
ing out tho rebsl conimandr. A wound
whether serious or not Is untold, stayed
tho ardor of (Jen. Nlch, cud while the
obul loader is said to have fallen. It
must have been by another hand.
the mounted rebals turned their po
nies to the north ami Hod in coufuslou.
Thoso on post received no quarter.
Those who surrendered as prisoners
were immediately beheaded.
Dam Pvilro's Dauuhtei' and llrasil.
Pakis, Doc. 7. The Count D'Eu, hus-
band of the Princess Label la, daughter
of Dom l'edro, deulos that his wife has
renounced hor rights in favor of Pedro
Gouzague, son of Leopoldine, Isabella's
younger sister, now dead, and of her
husband, Prince Louis ot Coburg. He
eayB that the Princess will be ready at
any time to go to Brazil when the psople
request her to accept her father's crown.
The roinalns of Dom I'oitro will no in
terred in tho family vault at Lisbon.
Before tho body Is taken from Paris a
solemn requiem high mass will be cslo
brated in the Church of the Madeleine.
In the place, of a woman
who's weak, ailing, and miserable,
why not bo a woman who's healthy,
happy, and strong? You can be.
You needn't experiment. Tho
chango is made, safely and surely,
with Dr. Pierce's lavorito Pro
scription. It's n matter that rests with you.
Hero is tho medicine tho only one
for woman's peculiar weaknesses
and diseases that's guaranteed to
help you. It must givo satisfac
tion, in every case, or tho money is
promptly returned. Tako it, and
you'ro a now woman. You can af
ford to mako tho trial, for you've
nothing to lose.
But do you need to bo urged?
37OIt BALE. The Rrny team of
. horses rroently use I by the Columbia II.
A .4. V. K Oo., Nn. 1 Tho horses will be a
bargain to the purohaers.
r UA?Jt I.HW13,
J aji kh McDonald,
eiebv el ven that an application will
bamarto to the Court ol Common Flfa rd
Schuylkill county on Monday, December Slst.
A. D. 1801, at 10 o'clock In tho foicnoon. un
der tbe"corponitlon act of the commonwealth
ol Pennsylvania, approved April 1874 "aud
thosut)pImeuti thsrelo, for the courier ol an
intended corporation to be called "St. Oeorge'e
Lithuanian Cathollo lieneflclal Hoolety, ol
Shoi iiudoab, l'a." BaU nisuclnllon Is to bt
located In Sbenandoah, Pa., aud to have fr
lis oDjei't tne minienanca oi u wiuieiy
(oi social, educational and beneficial pur
poses to Its members irom luuds collected
B. O. M. lIOIil-OPErEIt.
A-lhiTiiev for Applicants.
Shenandoah. I'a.. Nov. 13. 'ill. 11-21-Sw
For rcimlra and the West vlaMAlamanna ul
r or Anaeurieii, iiaeieion, mockton, l.ura
er Yard.. Weatherlv and Penn Haven Juno
ion at .4(, 7.iu, ,w a. m. ana iz.32. 3.10 aua
ror jeanesvme, revision ana lieavei
teadow.7.40. 0.0B a.m. and 5.28 a. m.
ForHcrautonatS. 0.0K, 10.11 a. m. 3 10 and
. p, m.
for iiasie urooit. jenao. iirinon ana Free
ind at 5.(7, M0, 0.03, 10.41 a. m 122 3.10 and
.0 p. m.
For U.nakake at 6.4 and S.03 a. m.. and
.io d. m
For Wlz?ftns. Ollberlon and Fractvllle at
).5d and 8.52 a m., and 4.10 p. m.
For Yatesvllie, Mahasoy City and Urianr ,
U7, 7.40, St.OB, 10.11, a.m., 12.S2, 8.10, j.M,8,l,
1.27 220.127.116.11. lO.is a. in.. 1.00. 1.40. 4.10. 6J5
i.W and 0.14 p. m.
For Darnwater. Ht. Clair and Pottsvllle.
5.50 .40,8 62,0.03, 10.11 a. m., 12.52,3.10, 4.10,5.26
For iluck Mountain. Hew Boston and
Morea. 7.10. 0.03. l'Ul a. m.. 3.10. B.6 and
K or ivaven nan, ueniraua, ail. uirmei aau
hamnkin. 8.52. and 10.15 a. in.. 1.40, 1.IC
nd 8.06 p.m.
Trains leave Sliamotln for Uhccandoal:,
Ja 11.55 a. m.. 2.10. 4.S0 and 9.30 p. m.. arrlvlnz
tt Shenandoah, 0.05 u. m., 12.52. 8.10T 5.26 and
Forljoltv. Audeniled. Hllver lirook J i: no
tion nn JtiizWou 6,17. 7.10, 0.08, aud 10.11 a.
m., 12 52, 3 10, 5.20 aud h.i a p. m.
For Lost Creak. Ulrardvllle and Ashland.
.yj, h.iu ii.soa. m., Z.S7P.
t hi &delphiaand Beading Railroad
Kme Jta5 in effeet Xov. IB,
fKilNS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS
p. n. Sunday 2.1o and 7.48 a. m. For New
votK, via Munch Chunk, week days, 5,25,
7 20 a. m. and 12.35 and 2.6o p.m.
r .1 wuiii nun l'unnoeipnia weckdayi,
1.10. 15. 7.20. il m l)W lh nnA r.
M . .. . .. ' ' - - , .'J-! ' ..,. Il.uu 1 ,
uuiv.z.iy ana 7.48 a.m., 40 p.m.
L01 IJaf'taburg, week days, !i. 10,7.20 a. m,i
i ou, 0,00 p. in.
2S0f nmown woollt & 1 m-i
ijinl,tt,il& WMk aWj 18.104.22.168,. ra.,
IIM 2.) qftd 5.S6 p. m. Hunday, 2.10 anT7.(8
a, ,4.80 p. m.
1r o,?SniAl"V. ua Mahauoy city, week
da,, 2.10, 6.25, 7.20, a m., 12.3j 20 and 6.5S
p. n. Sunday, 2.10 aud 7.48 a. m., 4.30 p.m.
oauionai lor i,ttianoy city, week days 7,00
li'n- IJ 1 1 ..... . , , . . .
week lays. 3.25, 7.20 and UJO a. m 1.S3, 7.55
p. 11. Hunday 8:2i m., 3.05 p. m.
r ,-05,5fhn?lian,, w.ookdays, 2.10 8.23,
ft. 1. 7,i aud 11.30 a.m., 1Z.3S, 1,35, 2.50, 6.55.
;.00an .ti. m. Huuday, 2 10. 3.2 and 7.48
a. m. 1.06, 4.80 o. m. "
r Ollardvllte fRanmhaiinrirV Htollmi
Y,'.0tkJ2y','&l"j 8-2i 7-w nd 11.30 a. ni.i
12.86, 1 36 1..50, 6,56, 7.00 and 0.25. p. ra. Bun day
2-10 8 25, T.48 a.m ,8.05, 4.30 p. in. nunQay
Auiiuftnu turn ouamu&.n, woes a
5 26. 7.80, 11.3) a in., 1 35 7.00 end
. Hunday 3.25, 7 43 . m., 8.05 p. m.
l'HAINB FOIl HHKNASDOAU 1
For Darkwater. St.
o.00, 00 a, m 2.45 p. m.
THE TraiWIJTH ANNUAL SESSION
Tgaehas' Insiituts sf Echuylkill Go.
lair and PotlsvlUt,
For Yatesvllie. Mahanoy City and
t.oo, 11 a. m., i.iu, o.tu p, m.
r or Ltniiy, Auueurxou unit xiutieum,
ra., i.so p. m:
For Munch Chunk. Lehlchton. Blattn-.lou,
'atasauaua. AUentown. Bethlehem. Kastoi
md New York, 8,00 a. ra., 1.10 p. m.
For rniiaaeipma, l.su p. m.
Jj. li. 1 1 ii ei 1 1 rt ,
tlen'l Vass. Aet.. Kfllilfh"-
will be held In
FER8US0JTS TUEAT11E, SDENANDOAD, PA.,
December 14 to 18, '91.
l.i publicans Tsomhiitte Used.
VAsiiiMiioN, JJac. 7. The Itenubll-
ca-i members of tho House met Satur
day evening in the room of tho Commit-
too ou Judiciary. When n quorum was
present tin) caucus was called to order
by Air, Henderson ol Illinois, rsomlua-
tlons for tue Speakership were Immedi
ately Iu order, and Mr. Burrows of
Miohlnan presented the name ot Mr.
Keeil. The nomination was agreed to
by acclamation, and Mr. Item! ma lo a
brief specun In reeo.u tlon of the honor.
The minor olticers who served during
tut last Conreas were renominated
without opposition aud the oauous ad
journed. CONTfcSTED SEATS.
A Hull IKizim (ax tliut Will Cumo lie-
for iht lluuii..
'NVarhihotox, Deo. 7. Tho House will
not litive more man Halt a doxen oon-
teotsvl elei lion oases to dcolde, and three
ot these are from tho State ot Fenusyl
vtiiili'. 'the title ot the cases are Itoy
noldK aualust ahouk, lteedy aunln.t
Beull, anil Cratij aa ust Stewart. Thu
coiiUt are brought by Usmoorats..
The testimony In the two last named
cases is very volu ulnbus, filling th oo
largo prin.ed volumes In each instance.
Tim a leatM ns on whloh the oontests
n e based are purely technloal, being
iu t ui s whether cert tin votcri had a
lejjal r'sbt to cast their ballots.
Xhsre li out (onUit in New York,
Kubbod ty Illuhiraymen.
Atlantic City, N.J., Deo. 7. Charles
V. Johnson of Absecom was driving
across the meadows during the night
from this city. Wheu about a mile from
rieasautville ho was Btopped by two
strange men, who asked for a ride. Ho
allowed them to get in the wagon, when
suddenly they presented rovolvers and
demanded his money. Johnson gave
them over $70 and valuables. The high
waymen then leaped from the wagon
and ran down the road to where another
wagon was standing und drove away.
lllrds Klyliic North In AVI liter.
gjNYACK, N. Y., Dec. 7. A strange sight
was wltnoised along the lower Hudson
lilver valley yesterday afternoon. Thou
sands of birds, Hying In a northerly di
rection, woro seou. Tho strange phe
nomenon cannot be accounted for, as
birds lly to the South at this ssason ot
the your. It Is thought the birds woro
robins, but never before have tboy been
known to come north at this soasou.
You don't want size in a pill it
means disturbance. You want re
sults. With Dr. Picrco's Pleasant
Pellets, smallest, cheapest, casiest to
take, you get tho best results. Sick
Headache, Biliousness, Constipation,
Indigestion, and all derangements
of tho Liver, Stomach and Bowels
aro prevented, relieved, and cured.
ISKODSON'a I'llE tTRlJ,
1-. J. FERQU80N, JIVNAOnn.
ONK NiailT ONLY.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1891.
Tho charming soubrettc,
In the great New York success,
She Couldn't Marry Three"
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thecountrj, tlili medicine la incclfla for thu
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ai iti taluable properitti are enaoried bj buudrecii or ut
tuoat Battering teatlinooUta.
unij Tegetanie ingreaienu, rtmariacio ior ineir cnrauTe
rflerii are urn id ma riuuiciar oi abuii a
1.00 Ter Bcttlo. 6 EctUcs, $5.C0. ITlsr 5 Cta. Sez.
If jour storekeeper doa not keep It, Kod l,2d to the
tainufaotortri and jon will recelre ft by mall.
3037 Market Street, l'liltad'a, Ta.
People's Oyster Bay !
T2 E. Centre St., Miicmmaonii
CMS. C GUISE, Props.
Qeorue Troutmnn, white, ot Allen-
town, 10 yours old, wus aoeluontally
shot xntl lusUntly klllo.l by a young
colored boy ihujib.I Couorer, yesterday,
The niKchlue und blacksmith shop, to
gether with the boiler house ot the llal-
timore & Ohio Itullroad Company, In
Philadelphia, were burned yestardny
morulas. I.ois, $10,OOJ.
The womuu who killed horsjlf at
I'itUtJU, i'a., ia3 not the wife ot tho
base bull plsjrer, Alex Jacobs, as an
nounced. The woman bsre a name sim
ilar to thu maiden uums ot Jacob' wi(e;
Thu lnrrfe three-story bulldlntr on'viiie
stroet, X'uilade'.phla, occupied by Hof
atetter llrot., bookbinders: Wuiiuor
llros., meat dealers, mil tho Shaw l'ul
llshlug Coinpan, was burned last night
Loss, $3.W,0tl0; insur ed.
It Is now believed that John Domlneo,
the Huusuriun miner, whose dead body
was found at the bottom oC a ISO-foot
shaft at Pyne colliery, near Tajlorsvllle,
V., was puebsd oyer the brink by two
Bunjo ted by the eminent, simclng comedian,
hor brothir, ana . Btrons comedy
Proiaotd With AH Tbt'r Own Susmry.
A grand scene of the Corn's! ooasl with
rolling lighthouse Dinghy tu juel, greatest
rnllimd kceuo ever built.
Vrlces, 25i So 75 Cents.
Milor Jielirj O. llrtlie
nun ofitiA frrpRtyKt Orators and Word Paint
ers. He ha) made a tour urouud theworli
withasuca.ss l.ttieiess tnaj marreioua
Dr. Jame T. Jleilley
The great Orator of the West, "The Sunny
blue or i.iie."
Slltt Olllc Torbet and Her Concert Co
Klirnnr Vlltnrla llaocirlnl. B'inrnno.
Via. Pa.illnA Mnntpffpl tin. fontrjlto
jtiiss I'.auu ronn, oiugiug ivuuucr.
Mr. austnve th uoerg. renor.
Aloes, iiesior u jrjieK, rmuisi.
All eminent aua popmarnrvisis.
irn..iini ' li'if,.. 1'hfi nrpat Humorist.
rno I'urk Bisters O.uarlotte:
Miss Annie A Park, Comet and Zither.
MUs Qeoi-g le 1". I'ark, Comet and Mandolin.
Mlss Katie liena rarK, uornei ir j.uuuuu uuu
i '"n. .. j ..
Miss Ada U Park, Cornet and Mandolin.
AT.T. RHIJl ART1H1H
. .... ........ .il..... HTlia T.irlr
CoucertOimpanyE.ve one of their jiopular All Orders Promptly Filled
cjucerts Mouday evening TU ntlre con -ert I
as received wl h rnmnrom nppuvuse as uey
nnnunin I In llm i rl 1 1 fri'tlL KoltitloDS. They
aioa 1 art'sts, a id deserve nil the applause
thodellgblel audience (jive inom.
11IQII BCIIOOb QUARTETTE.
Securing lUsorved Keats, f Cl?onr.i W
Single admission... W
$&VJZS8& WIS Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
Ritn'sTtiea-re. on Blliuruuy. iitrceiuucr u,
infin i. hi. iipfurA niwnlnir ctia-t names do-
slrluirto urcbaso tlckeU IU diaw numbers
for position in line. Eaou teacher In Ilue
m nnmnuB. unv nlinihsr Of tlOSOlS not eX-
rcedlog twenty, and eech citizen In lino may
iinn.hnsn anv tiimihHr lint nKnet-dln ten.
1 lie re li resell wn i.uui wwu V .
AShland anil Rhfunnli.n. vmV rtav
a:m 7 jo,i,m), 11.31 a m., 1 so 7.00 end
New York via Phllndnlnliin. wmlr
days. 7.48 a. in., 1.30, i.00. 7.80 p. m 13, S
il. wnniy,8.no p. m., lii.15 nlent
LiOeve Nntv- Vfii-kr via MatiH nY,t,nV wmV
daj s. 4.10, 8.45 a. m 1.00 and 3.15 p. m. Sun
day, 7.U0 a.m.
.-ave rniiaaeipula. wees: aaje, 4.10, atd
I0.C0 a. m. 4.00 anil H.IU 11. m.. ,1 ,m Am i
a .d Oallowhill and B.V a. m. and 11.80 p. m.
'iviii vuiuuu isreeu sbreeMi. suuuaf v.uj a,
n. 11.10 p. m. n-m th nf en.
'"Hve Rfw-llDK, rv-eec dayd, 1.3). 7.10, 1U.0S
and 11.60 a. m., 6.45, 1E1 p, m. Hunday 1.3S and
rtsve PotMvllle, week days, 840,7.40 o,m.,
12 ,U p. m. Hunday, 2.40, 7.00 a, m. and
I s m
Leave Tsmaqua. wee!: days, 8.20, 8.4S nnd
II s H. .11 , 1.41, 7.13, and,18 p, m. Hunday 8.20
T 43 .. t.', t'.ad 150 p. m.
l.eivo Mahanoy City, week dvn, 8.40, 9.18
a d 1.47 a. in., 1.S1, 7.43 and U.44 p.m Hun
day i).44,8.17 a. in., p. m.
l0fe Mauanoy 1'lHi.e, week days, 3-4), 4.00
0.30, M 11.18 a. m.,I.OS, 5-20, 6 A1.7.W, nnd
10 00 1. m. Hnnday 2.4 , 4.00, and 8.W, a. m
8 87, 6.01 p. in. ,
Leave Utrantvltle (Itappahaanock Station)
neek days. 2.47 4.07, MS, and 0.41 ft m 12.05,
2. i.n S.8a,8.0Sandl).0flp. in. Hunday, 2,47,
4 07, i 88 . m. 3.11, 5.07 p. ni.
s ive Williams ourt, week days, 8.00,9.45 ad
11 5j m. 3.85 and 11,15 p. m. 1 nuday ll.lu
or llaltlmore, Washington and the wett
via . O. B. B., through trains leave Glrard
Ave-nno t.llon, Pliiladslphla, (P. A B. U, B,
at 3.35 801 and 11.37 a. in., 3.50 . 6.42 an
7 18 p. m. Hunday, 8.55 8.02 11,21 a. m., 8.50
u u Ana t.it p. 111.
1TL1ANT 10 CITY DIVIHION.
Loavo PhllHdelphln, Chestnut UuoatWhaH
a iti -imn aueet wuarr.
I-'or Atlantic Cltv.
Week-iliys-Kirres.9:00 a. m.
0. oi. Aoeommodatlon, 8.00 . m,
4 andays. Stpress, 9.00 a. m.
oao tlon. a.OO k. m. and 4.30 o. m.
Returning, leave Allan Ua City, depot
A Untie and Arkansas avenons. week-da s
Kzpress, 7.30, 9.00 a. in. and 4.00, p. m. Ac
cominoaatliii8.10 a. m. aud 4.30 p m. Sun-days-express,
4.00, p. m. Accommodation,
7.30 a. m. nnd 4.30 p. m.
C. U. HANCOC1C, Gen'l Pass'r Agt.
t. A. MOliKOU. Pres. Uen'l Manauor.
L 80HI1YUKILL DIVI3I01S.
On and after November 15, 1801, tralnt will
leave isncnanu )ati asjououts;
For Viggan, ollbenon, tfKtckvlllc, New
'-"Me, Ht. Clair, itirt way points, 0.OJ, 9.10,
ll.io a m anu 4.1c v iu,
juodavs. 000. 9.4U a m and 8.10 d m.
For PottsvlUe, B.W, u.10, 11.45 am and 4.15 .
-jundays, 000, 9.40 a m and 3.10 t m,
For Keadlnz, 0.00, 11.45 a in and 4,15 pm.
Sondays, boo, 0.40 a. in. aud 8.10 pm.
For rottatown, Phosnixvillc, Horrltlowa
il Philadelphia (Broad street station), C.W,
11. u a. iu, una 1.1a p ui wu& uuya
Trains leave Praevllio tor Bhenandosb at
i.43 am and 11.11,5.01, 7.12,10,03 pro. Han
d ty 1, 1 i.l 1 a m and 6.10 p m,
Uavo Pottsville lorilueuandoah, 10.15 and
11.41, a m 4.10, 7.15, 0.42 p m. Hundays, 10.40
am 3.19 p m.
Leave pntladelnhla (Broad street station),
or rousvinea-na nnonanuoan, 0.01, dis
4.'0 and 7,00 p mweek dn.ys. Sunday 6.50, am
.... . K" . .. Vnwk- OKI 1 (K , . I. ( UK1 T IM
CMl.On . Ullli O.AV, 1,VJ, 1.1V, U.OU, U.W, . ,U
-l.30H.3iI, i.W, ll.OOandll.U, ll.S5am. 12.00 tny'
(Uttlwderprew, 1.08 4.5J p m.) 12.44. LS.
,w, i.xii 4, i.ua, o. e, e.ai, d.du .ia B.12 an
p. m. 12.U1 nlcht.
On Uundays, 8.20, 1.05. 4.40. B.85, 8.12, 8.S0, 9.60,
fc m nn iz.ii, i.iv, z.au, s.uz, tumiiea,
lii. 5.2S, 8.21, 6.5 ,i.ll s. 1 1 .1 m and 12.01 nisiht
For MI irt. Lonz Branch and intermediate
stallo 1,20 and 11.11 a. iu., 4.00 p.m. week
days. irnHJliold only 0.00 p m week days.
cur xiuntiuuiu uuu nosuiuKiuu, o.uu, tj,
D.ivf nuu 11,10 u 111., 11, u u, , i.iv ,.iuuu i.vm
nigntaauy anu tail, m.zua. m., iiunitea
exoress with dlnlne car to liaitlmorel 1.30. 8.40
n .n .na I- Antra L'n. HalMmnn nnlir llf) A fll '
j. iu. no 1 ... j u . 1 . . . un..u.u. uuij . . . m
wees: asys, 0.03, 11.nu p. m. uauy. 1
For Bichmond, 7 20 a. m. aud 12.03 night
daily. 1 30 I), m. dally, except Huuday.
iTAins leave narrisDurg xor rcusDUTK ann
le west nvnrv day at 12.25 and 8.10 a m and
a -' iiia'uui uuu 0,-1, p 111. wayiun
A tooia mo id ana s.iu p m every aay.
1'or misbnrg only, u.z-j a m aaiiy ana iu..
m weex aays.
Leave Hnnbnrv for Wllllamsport. Elmlr
inandalfma. Uocheitor. Bulaloand Nlasran
ai'" ii m oauy, ana i.iw pm wesKuajs
Klmh 5.30 1) m week davs.
Kur iCrle and Intermediate points, 5.10 a mil
any. Knr Iiock iiaven. o.iu. ana v.un a mi
lauy, 1 no ana oj' v. ra. wees nays, in
tenova o.iu am i.no 41111 o,j p m wees us;
10 a. m Hunaays,
UAH. !S. PDGU. J. B. WOOD,
(lea. IAn' Men. Pass, Ar
lliw, Rtewed, Scalloped, Panned or
Fried to order. Families supplied
at their house with the best oysters
tue marsei nuoras.
Ferguson : House ! Restaurant!
(Under management of Enoch Lockott)
Cor. Main null Centre Streets,
FIUST-CLASB LUNCH COUNTER.
Best beer, porter acd ales always on tap. Ci
gars of the nnost brands.
Green Truck Stand !
Cor. Main and Oik Streets.
Anuelineol Choice GROCERIES
Nuts and Candies.
Poultry 0 all Kinds.
Mr. Oostlet receives his green truck dally
rc-qulred to proscutto the ticket g8iit n 1 st ol ,r0IU lllB cly markets, which Is a guarantto
the names of the teao ters lor whom he buys
tlnlrlH Anv nrciml tnav loin t e lino a
spcond lime with tho same prlvlUges as at
After DroamberS the clurt will be open at
Klrllii's diug Sioro.
Doors oi). 11 it 7 p. m. Entertalumant 00m
menoe at 8,
Trains after each evening entertainment to
nil poluts on L. V. it. B. between Asb'nnd
mid Dslauo. Arrinsements fori-peoial trains
o other points on L, V. It, It audPann'nB.
H can bo made with Hunt. A, f. Illakslee,
l)elano,nnd Q. O. Lewis, 1'oltsyllle.
to htH emiomeri that they- wlUrecelvo fresh
gooaa wimn Diiyiugirum mm,
mm and SHOE HGS
Largest and oldest reliable purely ooU com
paules represented by
120 S. JardmSt, Sfienanooah,Pa.
Philadelphia CheapBargain Sioro
For a mil line of
Ladles' and dents' Furnishing Goods at the
lowest prices, npeciai nueoiuoiu.
forts at t li5 each.
J. RABIN0WITZ, 110 E. Centre street
3?. CT. CLEARY,
Dealer In all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies
Largo and Qret-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Stipplica
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Fergnson House building. SHENANDOAH, PA,
Q M. HAMILTON, M.M.,
O ffloo-ao West Lloyd Blreet, Shenandoah
Pirst National Bank
W. Leisennng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
' J. R. Leisennng, Cashier,
9 W.Yost, Ass' tCaslnl
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 PER 0ENT. INTEREST!
Paid on Hayluss UcpuslIH.
JOHN H. EVANS' SALOON, ;
30 E. OENTIIE BT BHENANDO.I
FRESH BEER. PORTER,
Finest bsands of elKOM alwara
TUe boat fanperatMe ditafas.