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CRISP IN COMMMD
Sworn in and tlio Houso
U 'Formally Orgiinizjd.
rROCSEDINOS OF THE SENATE.
Oall and Dnbjii Boated Th Appoint
w. mtnt of Committees.
Nomination nf tlm l)nnicrntln 8nu
, Htorn Tim l'roitlilMilt'A MsssnKe I.IUwly
' to 1 tlrlr, unit to Trout tint t.lttl of
J'lnniictiil Afrult' 'llninnurittlc National
; rniiimlttMo tn .llrot on January 31.
' WASlllNOTolf, le. I). The session of
the House yesterday wan consumed, in I
lt organization and In disposing ot
routine matters necessitated by the new
administration. After (Jlerk Jlol'her
stra had oalled the members to order,
Mr. Urlsp wan elected .Speaker, his
opponent lwiu' ex-Speaker lieed Mini
llr. Watxonof (ioori(hi the oandldute ot
the KarmerV Alliance.
The members who did not vote on the
lection of Speaker were the three can
didates Messrs. Crisp, Keed nud Wat
son; Hyan, ot Missouri; Iiuohunan, ot
VlrKlula; Wilson, of Kentucky, und
Hrmr and Williams, of Massachusetts,
Mr. Heed and Mr. MilU escuried the
new Speaker to the chair itmld great
cheering anil haudoNpping, and Mr.
Crisp delivared a little spsecli of, thanks
for the honor oonferred on him.
The oath of office m then adminis
tered by Mr. Hoimnn of Imllnua. In
accordance with the action of the Demo
cratic caucus, James Kerr of Penn
sylvania was elerted clerk of the Housj
bninuol S. Yoder of Ohio, serneaut-at-arinsj
Chas. H. Turner of New York
doorkeeper; Iiyaurmti Daltuti of Indiana
postmaster, and liev. Win. H. Millmrn
Illinois chaplain. The ilepuullcans
Bave their complimentary votes to tlio
oil I cor a of the lat House.
After committer had beon appointed
to Inform the President and the Stmato
ot the orKWilstation of the House and
member had selected their seats by lot,
the House adjourned till to-day.
Ron ate. hjv
. "WV!lS0T0t, Doc. 9. In tho Senate,
Immediately after the reading of the
journal, tho oath of oflloo was adminis
tered to Mr. Jones, of Arkansas, (re
elected). Among tho Department and other
communications presented and referred
was the report of tho Superlntondont of
the Census in tho matter ot tho estnb
!!h'P!it of ii permanent Census Bureau,
together with the draft ot a bill. Atso
tho report ot the Secretary ot the Senate
showing contingent oxpansBs.
Mr. Hoar expressed tho opinion (In
which tho Vice-President concurred)
that the first business w.s the qumtlou
ot administering the oath of olllso to
Mr. Dubois of Idaho.
Air. Cullom's motion (to that effect)
was put and agreed to, nnd tho oath
was accordingly administered to Mr.
Mr. Hoar's similar motion as to Mr.
Call, of Florida, was alsoagroe l to, and
the onth was administered to Mr. Call.
On further motion of Mr. Hoar the
papers in the matter of the ere luntlals
(it Mr. Davidson (claimant for Jtr. Call's
real) were referred to the Committee on
Privileges nnd Elections, with Instruc
tions to Investigate and report at an
early day, and, on motion of Mr. Halo,
n like referonce was made of the papers
In the case of Mr. Claggeot, claiming the
seat of Mr. Dubois.
The Senate then, at 12:80, took a recess.
Although tho recess closed at 2 o'clock
nothing took place until 2.85, when Mr.
Kerr, the newly elected Clerk of tho
House, nppoKi d nud dellvorod n mes
sage nnnoui nn that the House was
organized aud rmdy to proceed to busi
ness, and that it had appointed it com
mittee of three (Mossrs. Illouut, Breck
inridge of Koutncky, and Heed) to join a
like committee on the part of the Senate
to wait upon tho President ot tho United
Mr. Sherman suggested another rocess
till 11 o'clock to give an opportunity to
the House Committee to meat the Son
ato Committee. This course was ag roed
A few minutes before 3 o'clock tho
House members ' " the Joint Committee
made their appea nee, and being joluod
by Messrs. Sherman nnd Harris, pro
ceeded to the White House.
The Semite then adjourned.
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.
It WH rrobsbly liu biilnnlttetl To-tuor
row A llrluf Document.
Washington, Dec. 9. It Is bolleved
that the President's Message to the first
session of the Fifty-second Congress will
be submitted to-morrow immediately
after lt assemblage. Tho report of
Secretary Foster will he submitted on
Krlduy. As far as lliiiiucial recommend
ntlons are concerned it Is believed those
two ineHsagas will be almost identical.
That ot the President, ltj Is thought,
will b a comparatively brief one and
the spaco which It will probably devote
to mmnelal matters will u siiorc.
The only financial matter of great Im
port which will receive the ntUntlon ut
the present Conress Is the silver (jue.
tlon. As regards this, the Adminlstra
tlon will stand on the present law.
Jieooturaendattons on this subject will
not he mado except to reiterate those ot
tu International agreement.
Individual Wish to lit fonsiiHeil Dsiti
arMll Stiuutortiil Cauous.
AVitsHtKOTOS, Dee. 0 A meeting was
held yesterday by the Sjuate lUpublioan
Cauous Ctuimlltee, chaignd wlthie-ur-
rang'ug the so nil to Coinmltteja. Al
though there wuro report ot dlssatls
taction, It was agreed that oiforts
bhouid be mad to leurn the individual
wluM of the Kopubiioan So us tor unou
the question of luelr assignment, aud In
purumw ot that purpose letters ot
Inquiry have been been addressed to
audi nenators as have not yet verbally
exnres.sd their preferences. The call
cm committee will be guided in Its work
by the well established practice of pro
uiotlng to chairmanships, where vacau
cUs exist, the senior Senator In point ot
Senators Qormno and Faulkner war
nnanlmously re-elected Chairman and
Secretary respectively of th Democrat!
Senator!! caucus at a meeting of th
Psaosratta Benater. A eomxnltu wh
appointed to nil ths vncnn los In tlio
minority representation upon the various
committees after whioh tin- anions ad
journed without considering nny other
Deliinrrstlo Nutliiiml V"inntlttne,
WAsitmaTiiv, Dee. II The Wx-dutlve,
Committee of the National Dmtoor.itlc
Committee has dsi.,dn I to call a moat
ing of tlm N'atl'Ui tl Committee Ffi be
held at tho Arlington Hitl, Washing
ton, Jan. SI, lWI'j, to deci le upon tho
time nnd pi hob for holding tho National
THE SAWTELLE APPEAL.
Kvlilennn rreH'iitpit Hint the Skull
I'nunil Whs lllruni's,
ConoorI), N. II., Dec. 9. At the af
ternoon session ot the Sawtelle case tho
reading of the steuographlo minutes
was lesumHil. It Included tho testi
mony given by Inspector Cogm, of Ilos-
ton, who found blood stains on the
buggy seat; Professor Woo l, who ex
amined tho stains, and Dr. Ham, who
examined Hiram a wounds. Several
witnesses were called, who gave evi
dence an to the locality In which they
heard shots on the day of tho murder,
after which tho State rested.
Counsel for Sawtello thou Introduced
n plan of the locality where tho head
was found buried. This clniod the evi
dence aud a recess was taken until to
Mrs. Hiram Sawtelle, who nrrlvod
last night, says her husband did not
have artificial tooth, but that, on the
contrary, his teeth were all right. As
Dr. Grant in his tostliuony said when ho
examined tho skull last Saturday there
was no indication ot toatu In the upper
jaw, the question has been raised
whether or no', tho skull was really
Uirum'H. rJo uvldence was presented to
the court Identifying tho skull as that
of Hiram Sawtelle.
.Tho opinion Is provalont that Isaao
Sawtelle' petition will be denlei by tho
" Inlt oT ninuouster'n Trial."
Pim.ADKLritiA, Dei. 9. William J.
Thompson, "Duke of Gloucester," and
president of tho South Jersey Jockey
Club, was tried yesterday beforo tho
Camden Criminal Court on the charge
of keeping a disorderly house in main
taining n race track. Tha trial occu
pied bo: h cessions of the court and was
not concluded on the adjournment.
Witnesses for the prosecution testified
to having seen liquor sold, gambling
and pool selling carried on, and many
disorderly scenes. Tho dofense produced
a number of witnosses who testified to
laving visited the track nnd not seeing
any more disorder than would be war
runted by tho large crowds,
Mie Did Not Want to Live.
PlTTinuBO, Dec. 9. Mrs. R. P. Lowls,
20 years aid, attempted suicide at the
Charles Hotel yesterday afternoon.
She was discovered, however, before the
drug Had time to aot, and her lite was
saved. Her husband, 11. P. Lowls,
traveling salesman for a Pittsburg
glass firm, Instituted suit for divorce
yesterday, on tho grounds of Infidelity,
clerk In the Seventh Avenue Hotel
being mado co-respondent. Mrs. Lewis
said she wanted to dto because her bus
blind persisted In gutting a dlvoroo.
InronillArles IS urn a 31111.
Hnvnni.v, Mass., Dec. 0. Another in
cendlary fire occurred here last night,
when tho large grain mill of u. J. IJ.iker
u rleasnnt street, owned by Cornelius
Mtirnhv. was burned, with its contents.
The nrst lloor was occupied Dy air.
linker, nnd the rest of tho building was
used for storage by Mr. Larcoru, and as
stable by Mr. linker. Mr. linker's
oss is $10,000: Insurance, $7,000; Mr,
Murphy's loss, 1,0J0: insurance, ',9!)0;
Mr.Lurcom'jloss, ipi.uuu; insurance, vuu.
MaylirlcU Insurance must be Paid.
London, Dbc. U. Tho Judges of the
Court ot Appeal hold that the Mutuu
Keserve .bund Llfo Association Is liable
tor tho payment of a $10,000 life lusur
nnce policy elfected by tho lute James
May brick in luvor ol Ills wife, an Amer
ican, (now in prison under a life sen
tence, after having been found guilty
of causing his death by administering
poison to him), "provided tho wife does
not benefit by tho payment."
Massachusetts Miilliolim! Kleotlons.
Uostox, Dec. 0. Tho following May
ore were elected In Massacuusotts yes
terday: Gloucester, Asa O. Andrews,
Hop.: ilrockton, u. Jveltli, nop.: llav
crhlll, Thomas . Hurnbam, Djui. (re
elected): Lowell, Mayor I'lUeld, Deni
(re-elected); Lawienco, Mr, Doe, iJom,
Taunton, Muyor lluuDItt, (re-eleoted)
Somerville, Wm. 11. Ho Igklus, Kup.
Fall ltiver, Mayor Cjughltn (re-sldcto I.
Kseltlns Scene lit u lrlson.
Cot,UMHlH, O., Dec. 9. Fire destroyod
tho two upper stories ot the City Prison
horo yesterday. During the excltomon
the female prisoners, numbering 11
were sec free. Upon the assurances of
tho firemen that there was no daiger ot
the Are reaching the coll rooms, 100
prisoners were, In spite ot their f rant I
yells, kept looked In their cells, The
cause oi the lire U unknown. The losi
To Kxantlne Orirmau's Account.
Was.unotos:, Dc. 9. Acting Sana
tary of War Grant naw ill routed nu ox
auunation of the acoouuts of Ma jo
Uvermau, euglnear ln-cuiel ol putill
works ut Cleveland, Ashtabula, an
other points along the lulu front. It !
alleged that a considerable shortage has
been discovered in Major Oreruinu's no
Tu Mrle nml tn C. A A.
Nw Yohk, Duo. 9. Tho Krie Itall
road yesterday serve I for.nil uotioe on
the Trunk Llao Awociattou that thoy
withdraw from the ugrtxnunut made last
spring, and wll'. on the 10th lust, re
sumo their former relation with til
Chicago ife Alton ltullroad, selling tickets
and checking baggage over the road,
Young (larUt-lil Elect!! Slunaxer.
Wiluamstown, Mass., Deo. 0. Abram
Uarlleld, sou ot tuu taw President Jus
A, Qarfleld, un l bruiher of the oaptul
ot the Williams -vanity eleven, wis
elected manager ot the to itbill team at
the raeotlng at Williams College but
81IU Mills Hum. I.
PjtTERSOif, N.J,, Dec. 9. The John
Dunlnp Silk Mills wer destroyed by
Are yesterday. The building was gut
tad. It was co uplot by six msnufso
turers. The loss Is $100,000; partly in'
and. The cause of th flre U nnknowm.
'DOG" WOODW RL 3 TRIAL.
mlge llnrker's Action In til Gate of an
Knreailrnpp ne tlurrmaii,
Fxi.h HlVKlt, Mass., Deo. 9. "Doe"
Woodward, of Taunton, for conspiracy
to murder Jude Cox, Is on trial In the
Superior Court. Counsel for. defendant
filed a plea that the ease shduld ui d Is
missed because Timothy C. Barker, fore
man of the Jury had, by connivance of
tho police, been secreted Injt closst and
an ustenoii to woodward's confession
before the meetlnir of the urand lurv.
The dls' riot attorney objeetod and lllsd
demurrer setting forth that a uraud
juror had a right to obtain his knowl-
Ige In nny manner possible.
Judge Uarkor, however, thought tho
act was not only improper, nut o.m-
temptlble. As the matter was Import-
ut he thought it would be best to have
the point brought bsloro the Supremo
Court nnd tor that reason ho sits t due l
tho demurrer. Tho trial Is being con
Tile f.rle Itonil Nut to illume.
ALBANY. X. Y.. Dec. 9. At the moat.
ing of the Hoard of Kiilro.vl Commis
sioners yesterday opinions were handod
own In the matter of the accident on
the Erie Kailroad a few miles west of
Adri.in, N. Y.,-on Nov. 11, when two
people wore killed and 17 tnjiiro 1. The
board Hurts thit the tracks, apparatus.
nd rolling stock wore In the best of
Bhapn, and that tho only reason to be
und Is a most curious ono. Whero
the accident occurred there is a curve,
and tho outside track Is, ot course,
raised. On this track soma butternut
atherors hail beon cracking nuts and
ad left n flat stnno lying on the track.
This stond th re iv tho flange of the llrst
wheel or tlu eugluu from tho curve, and,
striking the ttes, the whole triln was
ditched. None of the ltullroad CointuUt-
Houor.i remember a similar case.
Hio U'ohI I'lalns Wreck.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 9. Further
details of the wrack at West I'lalns
Monday night picture, the scene that
folluwud the collision as belug most
frightful. Tho oaboose attached to the
construction train contained Si men.
ot one of whom esoipj 1 uninjured.
I'ive were killed and twonty injured,
some of them fatally. The wreck was
caused by u inisunderat.tuding of train
rders Dy tliu aou.luctor aui engineer of
the cimti.,icttou train.
On the road
to health tho consumptive who
reasons and thinks. Consumption
is developed through tho blood.
It's a scrofulous affection of tho
lungs a lilood-tatnt. tfind a per
fect remedy for scrofula, in all its
lorms something that purijics tho
blood, as well as claims to. That,
f it's taken m time, will cure (Jon-
Dr. Pierce has found it. It's his
"Golden Medical Discovery." As
a strength - restorer, blood - cleanser,
and flesh-builder, nothing liko it is
known to medical science. For
every form of Scrofula, Bronchial,
Throat, and JAinsr allections, wean
Lungs, Severe Coughs, and kindred
ailments, it's tlio only rcmoily so
suro that it can bo guaranteed, it
it doesn't benefit or cure, in every
case, you havo your money back.
" Yon Ret well, or you got $500."
That's what is promised, in good
laith, by the proprietors ot Dr.
Sage's Catarrh liemedy, to sufferers
from Catavrh. The worst cases, no
matter of how long standing, aro
permanently cured by this Remedy.
P. J, FERGUSON, MAHAUJW.
ONI! NIQIIT ONLY.
FRIDAY, DEOTIiER, II, 1891,
Five bljthows In ouo.
Parisian Fofly & Spectacular
Ii.trodnelriir nharminz rr ecus of burlesnne,
kruud ouo nr uewrpeels ie, uovci uciiuuu
fur.iiv loin dUiw. en liiLilllf uusia Kid
sweet su.irioic. beiuinui i respienawu
A tf.iiacniiH nrouiU'LiO'i ana . uriesoue ex
trKV.igaiiis, "Buffalo Hill AtirnnO. aud Ills
l'reseut'tiou tofi-iwn V o' nU." Ojrreoi.liii"
nenouatlous by inl que lietutlus ut tho
Queen n, d lu-r lsrtles. ctirt gentlemen und
uld, b id co a boys 01 ine vision.
Tltc Anvil Cltoru !
ShBthe wonderfulflre elti ols, tht rojllstln
fume H -ne Flliuen Ifsndsoine young tn.ll.
all KeepInK tlmeon mil loulauvll. Couoluil
imr wi n i ne rea1 so tssnniiir uttrieniiiv, -inu
Hache'o a 11j." lutrodue.u a guuuuie bal
rrices, 2St 35 tl s Cents
EoaUon tale at Klrllii'H dmi store.
Ferguson i House i Restaurant!
(Under management or Knoch Lockett)
Cor. fllniit and Centre Streets,
F11131'-0LA,S8 LUNCH COUTKIl.
llestbcer, porter icd nlos slwayt on tap, 01
gurs or the tluost urands.
Largest and oldest reliable purely oath com.
pames represented, uy
120 S. JarxfinSt., Shenanaoah,Fa.
Olndflot; tht htfiirtd of life lltllo ones mid buy
thpiti RonietliliiK from our iiiimonso Btock of Toy's
anil Novcltioe. Dolls, etc. Cull ymiiwif for any
tiling In worn! nnd wlllowvre,cr(ckpr.v,irlswro
Hiitl lainpa. Our tinware de)srnin.nt nhvuvs full
Vf i, '.V uw c""(ls ll,ltl vury clicu). Nleo ilue of
Jtw (I s Patent Aiill-HiiHtTlnw.re. uUotli fiimous
Hruiilto Irnnwnre. HeadfiinrUri for Hoohooter
Vase und Piano LamiH. " Uomu sitid eo our new
Sylvia Banquet Lamp,
DUNCAN (I WARM
mi i . . . y. r
J. no mgnest grade ot Cocoa
Pure. Nn hrnnlrfnQf tnlil
Aitvrrtement tn Ihii column, not excceihna
b ltnvH, 5 c for one tntrrUoni 75c. or two: SI for
Ihrre; one week, J1.50; (it-o weeks, J2; one
11 to 15
nso. Anplv ut
I 7011 RMjI!. One utore room und
. one dwelling hone. Lot 30 fret front
'Mil 110 feet lie n. IMane. 315 Wes. 1 5n . l uirut.
Kny erm . Apply 10 Frank Wurnicc.
WAKTKD. Oood ciinvn sen for
"Adv-n ores In tliu " luo," the only
wnrkever published jlvluitnoomnlelo r rnrd
and description ut ho ercut mlnlu? rlisiiiiters
ol America. Terms liberal. Urlrehs, I. I.
O'Al illcy, Uaulou, Ohio. 11 21 It ev silt
NOTK U2. NoMuo Is hereby given to
merchants und others not to trust anv
one on my account, as 1 wdl not pay any iiills
contracted lu my name hy others, unless they
uaiu tvu uiuci milieu uy lliv.
MItS.TnOM S TEJU'EBT,
Hhenandonh, l'a., Dec. 1, 1891. 3t
FOR SALE. The gray team of
Morses recently usoil by the Columnla H.
& rt. P. U. Co., No. 1 The horses will be n
bargain to lbs purchasers.
Hereafter the bodies ol deceased Inma'es
of the Schuylkill Comity Almshouse, nut
claimed by relatives of blood or mnrrlstre, ot
by friend or friends, wl 1 be sent to the An
atomical Hoard ut l'bl'adelpnlu lor dissec
tion, In compliance with tne State law of
IS S3 Ulante- for signature can bo bad upon
nniiltcniinn Clcrzymeu and oiheis interested
will please coinmu Icate al once.
1 II iMAH J. TUACIKY,
ioa "d of Tour Plrectors.
SCIIUYI.KIT.tj HAVKHT. Nov 30, 1801.
VTOI'IOK. UNDKKTAKKlta AND
J.l Others. The Hoard or I'oor Directors of
this (lis net will liin, lu future, pay for the
burial of Indigent per.-om who may die with
lu lt bounds.as th"! bodies or nil such should
bn taken to tno ne.irosi cxpnbs oce lorshlo-'
reentto the AUAtomlcal lloird at Phll'dol-
lililu, In compliance wltn tlio Htato law of
181. Hod Irs of deceased travtlers. and ol
tnosn under 10 years ot airo. u well as un
known dead, are excepled. Anatomical
Hoard will nay actual expenses.
vi iijiji ji IJJ..1 n jrsiciv,
Hoard nt tnor Directors.
SOHUYLKII.I. IlAVKN, Nov. 30, lbpi.
THE TMfMUTn ANNUAL SESSION
Teachsrs InstitutQ of Schuylkill
will be held In
FERGUSON'S THEATRE, SHENANDOAH, PA.,
December 14 to 18, '91.
Hnjor Henry C. Jlle
One or tne irrraUst Or.itors and Word I'.ilnt
crs. He has made a tour around the worl i
wlthasucc ss l.ttleless than marvelous
lr. .Tames T. Ifedley
The ureal Orator or tae West,
Bide or l.llo."
Mhs Ollle Xorbet nnd Her Concert Co-
Mai OUle Torb 'tt. Violinist.
Hlgnor Vlltorlu llacoirlnl, Soprano
Miss Faillllie .Mnll'i'rlltii. Contr.lto
Miss ICdlih I'ond, Uiniilug Header
Mr. uusiave i i morn, icnoi.
Mo ,s. Iles'or OirJIet, Plunlst,
All eminent aud popular artists.
Mttrshnll'. Wilder, t'ho Orfat Humoiist.
..'lie I'ark Sisters Quartette,
miss Aiinio v. rara, uoruei kiiu .iiuer.
MIsGeonilo 1'. tark. Ooriitl aud JIandoltn
Miss Katie llclla I'urk, Cornel Tr i uboue nud
MIwAdU 1'nrk, foruet and Mandolin,
ALT. SOU) AUTIhlS
From 'he llotton Trunutrint: 'Tho Park
Concert C imimuyK.ve onn of their iKipular
ooiioert Mo .Uuy efenlrg Til ntlrecun uri
, as rroeiveu wl u raniurous applause as t ioy
uppeaio I lu tho r different selections, They
mead art sts. and deserve nil the applause
me uetilfuiv i uuuie'iue tt ivu iieiu.
man hoiiooi. QUABTurm.
Securing Itewrved Penis, uilny;''!)
Sluiile admission Wo
The ohurt t ir the ale or reserved seat tick.
els will oo open 'u at tne o ix ollloe or Fd gu
bo'i's Ttiea re. on Sulurday. liecemberS. al
10.30 .tn. lWort oDentn oha-t narlls de.
klrlnf to urcliase tickets will draw numb is
for posiiioa lu line, liuci tenclier in line
insy nnroiieso any number or tlosots not ex.
cecdluii twenty, and euch olilzun lu lino may
purrhsKo any nuinbei not oxiieedlog ten.
The rpurosentatlvo of cacti district will be
required to prphenlio the ticket geut a list of
ine names or ine icao ters inr wnoin lie ouys
tickets. Anv orsou may loin t e line a
second tliuo with the same prlviljges as at
After Decern tier 5 the chart will bo open at
Doors opu a7 p.m. Eutertulument com
menoe at a.
Trains after each evening entertainment to
ah noiuis on i.. v. ii. ii. Deiween Auiau'.
nnd rinlAnn. Arr itivHinentji for unectal truln
o other points on I.. V. 11, it and 1'enn'a It.
li ran be made wuu Hunt. a. r. juuuuiee,
Ueluio.aua u. a, Iewls, t'otuviiie.
O. W. WEIBS.
Ja.VE you tried our fino CANDIES
A yet? If not, do so ut onco. Twonty
cents per pound, nil kinds. Best
mado ami warranted absolutely pure.
8 South Wain Street,
" " v " "'- ' v rim. k1.
Leliigh Valley Railroad.
i.inANGEVENT or fassunoek tbaiks.
NOV 15. 1891
Mnifrer trains will leave Hhennudoah for
Munch Chunk, Lelilgblon, Slatlngton, Oats
sauqna, Allentown. Bethlehem, Iiaston, Will
.'SSRiVg!!? New Vork at 5.47, 7.40, K.UJam.
Fir (lelvldere, Dclawnro Water Oap ami
str julsburg at 5.47, a. m., aud 6.20 p. m.
Ivor Lainbertville and Trento ., tf.os a, m
For White Haven, WUlres-Barro and Pitt
ton 1.47. 9.00, 111.41 n. m., 3.10 and Wflt p. m.
P'orTuukhaunocfe, 10,41a. m 3.10 aud 5.2t
i'nr Auburn, Itbaoa, Hen ova and and Lyont
10.41 u. m and fi.26 p. m.
Vot Laceyvllle.Towanda, Sayre, Wnveriy,
hlmlra, Bochester, llnflalo. Niagara Kalis,
hlcanoaud all polnU West at 10.41a. m.,nnd
5.3 p. m.
For x'lmlra and tho West via Salamanca at
1. ID p.m.
For Atidenrled, Ilazleton. Btookton. Lum.
nor Yard, Weatherly and Penn llaveu Jn.no
'Ion at6.i;, 7.40, 9,011 a. m.nnd 12.62. 3.10 nud
io p. in.
ror joanesvuie, i,oviston ana Ueavei
Meadow, 7.40, 9.08 a. m. nnd 5,ffli p. m.
rviuuiauHJUUVU.ll O.V., XV.S1 U, 111. XV K1JI1
For Hazle Brook. .ledrtn. Urlfinn anil Vm.
tana nt 5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41 a. m 1152 3.10 and
.411 P. III.
For Quakuke at 6.47 and 9.08 a. m nud
10 r. m
For Wlacans. Qilberton and FraoSvlllB ct
S) and 82 n in., and 4 JO p. m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delanc,
17. 7.10. 9.08. 10.41. tt.m.. 12.b2. S.10.5.2B. 8.0:).
,21 ill d 10.27 p. m.
For Lost CroeE, 31rftrdvllle nnd Ashland
,27. 7.46,8.52, 10.15 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10,05
,00 and 9.14 p. m.
For Darkwnter. Ht. Clair nnd Pottavllle.
,50 1.40, 8.52, 9.03, 10.41 a. in., 1162,3.10, 4.10, 5.26
For Hues: Mountain. New Boston nnd
Moiea, 7.40, 9.03, 10.11 a. n,., 12.52, 3.10, 6.26 and
IMI p. m.
For liavea Rnn. Centralis. Mt. Carmel nnd
Hhamnkin, 8.52, and 10.15 a. in., 1.40, 4.40
ana b.uu p. m.
Trains leave Khamokln for Shenandoah.
7.55 11.55 a. m., 2.10, 4.30 and 9.30 p. m., arriving
at Shenandoah, 9.05 a. m., 12.52. 3.10, 5.24 and
For Lolly, AUdenrled, silver Urook Jnno
lonan Ilazleton 5.47. 7 10. 0.08. and 10.41 a.
in., 12 62, 3 10, 6.20 and 8.1 3 p. m.
For Lost Creole. Glrardvllle and Ashland.
6.50, 9.10 11.35 a. m., 2.45 p. m.
ror uarawaier, rct. uiair bdu jroitsvine.
.00, 9,10 n. m 2.45 p. m.
ror laiesviuo, aiananoy uuy ana Delano,
.00, HJMa. m.. 1.10, 1.40, 0.03 p. ra.
tor ijouy, Auaeunea ana iiaEieton, o.n
m., 1.4U p. rn:
rur luaucu uiiuuk, AjeuiuLuu, oiai.inici.on,
Tatasauoua. Allentown. Bethlehem. Kajitor
and Nmw York, 8.00 a. m., 1.40 p. m:
ror rnuaaeipnia, i.u p. m.
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Kereuson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA,
Q M. HAMILTON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUR0E0N,
Offloe-2 Vest Lloyd Btreot, Bhenandoah
vnr TJb i
ha edelphla ana Roadrng n jad
Time Tahtti in effect Ar. tff, inul
'HAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS MIJAMS
'Of NAW Vnrir via tlillnH,. ,.n
211 5.25, 7,21) a."w;Sud u'ibTso koSYs
V.S. lV;L2-.' P.. Z!S
7IM a. m. nnd 12A1 unit l.m 1. .. ' '
1 in ST'i'a-"'1 Hhllnttelphm tvoeRoay,
;l0'M'Jl,"i- m-i 1S5 anil 5fi p. a,
"Jf2!1? 7.18 R. m 1..10 p. m.
K 11 lidrrtithtira nUb. A... 1. ... ,
50, .j6 p. m.
IMtfitVljlrf. WAAlr Anv Ol.. .mi
a, , lju p. m.
01 .."fW nnd Mahanoy rjily, wirt
da , 2.107T. 7.20, a. m., 12.35 3 VndB.M
P. n. SBiiday, aitfand 7.18a. m.. 4.:io d. m:
.vuaiuonai ., Monanov Oltv. wnnk nvi t.vi
. - ..
For Lanonstr and Oolnmbla, week days,
r Wtlllanisport, sunbury and Ijowlslmrs,
neck inys. 8.35, 7.20 and "Ji . m., 1.33, 7.5)
-muuay s m., j.oj p. m.
r Malianor Pian. wmhi ,kn 9 in jiav
5.15 r.jn and 11.80 a.m.. lit,, i .as. u.mi. krs
7.ouu oa Sunday. 2 li 3.25 andT.iii
m. t.-'g, 4.30 i. ii.
"'V Glmrvlllo Rnnnaliflnnfink Mtntlnnt
vrok lsyi,l!,l . 8.25, 7.20 and 11.30 a. ra.,
I2'H. 1 3,1 ..'). t.m. TM nml M.2S. n m Himrtnv
2-10 3 25. i. m., 8.00. 4.30 p. tn.
.Vllll&lld and mmumiciii. wntr flaM
3 23 5.2B. 7.211. ll.fli a tn . ir, rm mil d .TT
i i. :jnnaay 3ju, 7 w u. m 3,03 p. m,
IMiAJNH KOll HHF.NAN HlAII
lVO New York via lhlliiilAlnhla.
aays.7.15 a. m 1.80, 4.00, 7,30 p. m 12.. ii
n nt, souaay, h.im p, m . 12.15 nlc.it.
liAave Nnv Ynrtr via Manpli Vtn,i v.mV
dsys 4.10, 8. a. m 1.00 and .13 p. m. Hun.
d.iy, 7.00 m. m.
, vo rnmaeipnia, weos rtaje, 4.10, d
10.00 a. ill. 4.IIO nnd S 110 r. m . ,mm Tint. A
a . t (Jallowtull und 8.3.J a. rn.aud ll.SO p. m.
irom uiu aue ,i eeu xlreetu. Sunday 8.05 a.
ni. 11.10 p. in rrrni mil am" -e .
'.nave lteddlncr. weeK davs. 1-31- 7. in. ln.ns
and 11.50 a.m., 6.55,77 p. in. bunday 15 at d
iu.18 . m.
jd-.vs tMllTlUe. week davs. 2.40. 7.40 a. m..
13 10, tl 11 p. m. Hunday, 2.40, 7.00 a. m. and
Leave rmonua. wmh ilnvs. r.91. h.m anil
11 i u. ji.. 1.21. 7.13. and 9.18 n. in. f anCav 3.10
7 43 ., m. and 2.60 p. rn.
I.fle Mobanov Olf; weelr cuts S.43. 8.1a
d .l.iTn. tn 1.51, 7.4? and 8.44 . m. Hun.
tiny .1.44,8.17 u nu, a to p. m.
f.etve v. ahauov I'lae. weat dws.'Ml.l.CO
S 30, i.U. 11.j9 a. m 1.05, 2.08. 6 20. 8 At, T.b7. and
10 Ut) ; n m. Hnndav2.4 . 4.(1). and 8.7. i. m.
3 37,6.01 p.m.
i.tavo uiraraviue iiunpanannocK uiauonl
wec Uttrs. 2.47 4.07. M. and 8.41 a. m.. 12.05.
2: 4 ..'M, 0.32, 8.03 and 1 1.06 p, m. Bnndfty.2,47,
1 07, ".33 . m. 8.41, 5.117 p. m.
mvb wiuiamspuri, weesuaye, a.uu,.uaiia
11.55 . m. 8.35 and 11.15 p. m. Hunday 11.1a
ir Baltimore, Washington and the weft
via A O. B. It., tbrouih trains leave Glra: d
Avenue station, rhtladolphla, (P, ft li. It. It,
at 3.S5. SOI nnd 11.27 a. m.. 3.5(1. 6.42: and
7 13 p. m. Hunday, 8..M 8.02 11.27 a, m 3.58
6 42 nnd 7 11 p.m.
Leave fhlladelphla. Chestnut Htveet wuai f
a ux oouth aircel Wharf. JT
for Atlantic CUT.
WeekJays Eipross,9:0O a. m.
p. 'a. AocommoJitloa, S.OOa.
m. and SM,
!lacdayn. Express, 8.00 . m.
ma'Hiion.x.uu a. m. aud 410 p. in.
lo.uium, m,D aimuuu j . i , uviui
A Hltlo and Arkansas avenues. Week-dm s
Express. 7.30. 8.00 a. m. and 4.00. p. m. Ao-
M.n.Mn.,.ll..nfi in n .n h .1 'i M t .. ..
uuifi-juuicns. s.uu. 11. 111. jvtxuuiiuuuuuuii.
7.3U a.m. nnd 4.30 p. m.
u. u. iiArvuuuii, uen-i rarr Agi.
s. A. MuliKOD. Fres. & Oen'l Monassr.
On and after November 15, 1891 , trains will
teouo amcnanaoan asjouows:
For- Wiiwan. uiluenon. fTacavllle. New
Mtie, Bt. Olalr, and way points, 8.00, 9.10, i
II,1 IU HUU V.IO I J LU,
lUDdavs. 000. 8.40 a m and 3.10 p m.
'or Fottavllle, 8.00, 9.1U, 11.45 a m and 4.15
Sundays, GOO, 0.40a m and 8.10 p m,
For ltendlng, 8.00, 11.15 a m and 4.15 pm.
Hundavs. tilX). 9.40 a. m. nnd 3.1U i m.
For l'ottstown. Fhoemxville. Morrlstovm
" Philadelphia (Brood etroet station), 0,V0,A
Ai.sa a. uu muLiDp in wouil ukjtit
Mindavs. 600. 8.40 a m 8.10 n m
Trains leave Kracttvllie tor Bhenandoah at J
m.m am and u.n, a.ui, 7.42, io,u p m. Hun
d to, lt.l a m aud 0.1O n m.
wave Voitvllle lor Onenandtiah. 10.15 and J
11.4,, aro 4.10, 7.15, 8.42pm. Uundayp, 10.(01
a m a.io p nx. e
lisavo fmiadclphln (Broad street station),!
.or ronsviueuu unenanuoan, o&7, H.sa v
4,'Onnd 7.00 p ni weok days. Bunday 6.59, an
t.SOB.'H tl.50, U.00andll.U,11.35ain.l2.(innooi4
3.80. 4.20. 4. 4.02. 4. 8. 6.21. 6.50 7.18 8.12 ailf
v. m. 13.U1 niirht. i
On Sundays, 3.20, 4.05. 4.40. 6.85, 8.12, 8.30, 8foQ,l
11.35 i m nd 12.41, 1.40,2.30, 4.02, (llmltod.J
l.A'i 58. 6 21. H.5
.i ' s. u n and 12.01 nlirnlj
For Hon Olrt, Loq;
onir urancn and Inlermodlutfi
i Hons 80 nnd 11,11 a. m 4.00 p.m. wcetfl
Jiys. necnoia only o.oo p m week days.
For Baltimore aud Wasnlncton. 3.b0. 7.20
9.10 uuu 11.18 i. m., 1 II, U07,7.1U i.m and 12.0
uigntaauy anu e til. lo.iiua, in., lzsi liuniie.
eiLiircus wilu uuiinc car iu iiuitiiuure) i.u, b,
p. m. we lt days. For JJaltlinoro only 2.02, 1.1
wfu usjk, o.vo, ii.u p. in. uany.
For Hichmond, 7 20 a.m. aud 12.03 n
dally, 1 30 p in. dally, except Sunday.
trains trove narrmourg ior i'iluduik
e west evnry day at 12.25 and 3.10 a m
i Mlmt'cdl and il.4t". 7.25 o m. Wavfi
luu u. e a, a on nail s.lu p ui overy uay.
c ur riiunurg uuiy, il.m a m aauy una lu,
m week ilayn.
Leave Hunbury lor 'Vllllamsport, Elmlr
'iiaalirna, llochester, jtnitnloandXslafu:
5.to i m dally, and 1 35 pm week da
llmlia 5.80 q ra wesk davs.
!ir JCrle and Intermediate points, 5.10 a
iftlly, irnr 1ocE Haven, u.10. and 8.66 a
(ally. 1 35 and G.3 n. m. week davs. i
teuova -j. 10 a m 1 35 ind S,8C p m week da;
10 n, ni iJDilaTs.
I A8. P. 1TJU1I, J, It. WOOD,
en. Uan'v ten, Pass, A
A. W. Leisenrng, Pns., j
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres., '
J. R. Leisenrinq, Casfne
9 W. Yost, Ass' tCasm
Open Dally Frotu 9 to ;
n TiTTn nnnm TiTmnnnr
0 run ujji.N i. lrsiJjitMi
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