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DEATH OF MR. PLUMB!
Tlio Kunsns Stmtitor Stricken
EMBALMED SHORTLY AFTER,
Tbie Aotlon Now SeYerely Blamed
Man; of Ills Colleague
A lllirmteli from ln. I'liimb Hiild that
tlifi SmiHlnr Might be In a Tinncc, Hi
llu IIhiI Hail Cutulnitlc I I l Ilnrnrn
Hie FhiimirI ArrniiNitiitnSjticiilii.
tlin n to the fcui-O' mluii hkotch of the
In ail stuti sinmi'i Life.
Wahiiisoton, Dec, At 10 o'clock
tills morning the body ot Senntor
l'reeton 1). Phi ml), who died of apoplexy
yetiterday nhortly before noon, wna
taken trom bin apartment?, tituler escort
ot the Capitol polio, to the Marble
Room ot the Semite.
Shortly before 'i o'clock the body will
bo removoil to tlis Somite Chamber,
where tho funeral services will be con
ducted by ltev. J. U. Hutler, Chuplaln
of the Senate. At 2:30 the body will be
taken to the Baltimore & Pototnao Hull
road depot, accompanied by the t'oo
greiUniil oointuiitee, the President,
the Cabinet, the Chief Juatioe an1' Just
ices uf the Supreme Court, tnemborn ol
the House, members of the Diplomatic
Corps, and the friends of the late Sena
tor invited to the .Semite nailery.
The body, accompanied by the Con
groitHional Committee, will be taken by
the Pen nay Iran la and Atchison, Topeku
ii SantH 1'e Railroads to Kmporla, Kan-
sas. The car in which the remains will I
be conveyed will be attached to the
"Columbian Express" which leaves
Washington at 11:80 uuil will reach Km-
puna on the evening of the SMd, where
ihe interment will take plaoe ut 2 o'eluolc
on tho 24th.
Mr. I'liimb had been ailing mora or loss
ever since the close ot his herculean la
bors in the last campaign in thi.i St.it),
which resulted so satisfactorily to him
self and his parly. He was at all times
nn indefatigable worker, hut in this
cn'npnign lis outdid himself. On his
rtuu' to Washington he attempted to
throw li.'o Ids Senatorial duties his ac
customed i.rdor, but complained that he
could tot concentrate his faculties with
Ins accustomed readiness. He felt dazed
and uncertain boih men tally aud phy
sically. 'Ihe eminent medical man ho consult
ed told him frankly that unless ho
gave hiinsolt a long rust and oxcrciso.l
the gteuiest care, softening of the brain
might result. With this warning
ringing in his oars, he ' returned to
Washington with the intention that af
ter the Senate adjuiiruod for tho holi
days he would return to Philadelphia
and put himself under the care of Dr.
Pepper for a prolonged course of treat
ment. About 2 o'olock yesterday morning ha
rrouseif his landlord, Mr. Jennings, say
lug he felt really ill, aud anked him to
send for a doctor. Dr. 1'hllip S. Wales,
ex-Surgoou-(Jeiieral of the Navy, was
summoned and remained in charge of
the case until the end. Hypodermio In
jections were administered and about 7
o'clock in the morning the Senator be
came unconscious aud continued in a
e n to of coma with scarcely any Inter
mission until his death.
Several colleagues ot Senator Plumb
lire Buying a groat deal about the hur
ried way In which Mr. Plumb's body
was placed in the hands of the under
taker. At the order ot Sergeant-nt-Arms
Valentlue ot tho Semite an undertaker
was summoned half an hour afior the
senator's death was announced. With
in halt an hour the body was enibuluiu 1.
It raises a doubt in the minds of ma ty
ns to whether the Senator was really
dean at the time he was embalmed.
'the work had hardly beun completed
when a dispatch from Mrs. Plumb wits
received saying not to em balm her bus
hand's body. Inside of another halt
hour another dispatch was received from
Mrs. Plumb, staling that a year agu
her husband hadj an attack, during
which aniiuutlon was suspended, and
for nearly an hour he was believed to be
ili-ail. Mrs. Plumb expiossed the opin
ion that it might only lie another case
ot suspended animation, home ot his
colleagues express doubt about his hav
ing been dead when embalmed.
Preston ii. Plumb was bom in Ohio
and was 51 years of age. B.ifore he be
came n lawyer and a banker ho worked
at the case as a practical printer. He
moved to Kansas iu lsJOb", aud partici
pated in much ot the early exoi ting his
tory ot that Stale. Unlike most Sen i
tors, he did not undergo aprevious ap
prenticeship in the lower House ot
Congress, but came straight to the Se i
alt) 111 1877. He had previously, how
ever, hold many Inipi. riant positions in
the Kansas Legi-daiiuv, closing his
career there as Speaker. During the
war he fought Ills way up from a seo-oud-lieuwnancy
to the lieutenant
coloiieUhip of Ule 11th Kansas lufantry.
The Senator leaves two unmarried
daughters, who are uow liv.ng with
their widowed niotner at their lute
home iu Kmporiu, Kansas; a son, '32
years ot age, now under treatment fur
his eyslght in Philadelphia, aud a boy
of 12 aud a girl of 11 at school iu Penn
sylvania. Senator Plumb hod served fourteen
years In the Senate, ami two years ago
w as re-ideuled for a term which would
have expired In 18U5. He was one of the
best known men in Congress. His tall
athletlo form, bis swinging Western
gait, his braesy method of speaking,
and Ills rugged tudepeudenoe and orig
inality ot thought aud action, made
htm a notable man iu the Senate, aud
he was a power ou all questions to
which ha gave his mi oil. He was an
omnivorous reader and an untiring
worker. In the few days that tu pres
ent Congress has been In session ha hail
submitted more than thirty bills ot a
more or less public character, embrac
ing almost everything of interest to his
constituents from tree silver coinage
upwards and down.
A reporter asked (senator I'elter this
moruiug what would be the probable
course as to tilling the vacancy created
by Mr. Plumb's untimely death
whether it would be till-d by the same
Legislature which elected htm. Mr.
P 'lfer replied that llu term ot the ex
isting Legislature had expired, but that
they of ooSrsi held on until their suo
oc sors were elected ami qtinlllled. The
new Legislature would bo chosen, ho
aald, at the general election in Novem
ber, lb03, and would meet on the second
Monday in January, 1893, to eleot
Micceenor to Benator Plumb, Tit tin
meantime he did not doubt thnr. the
Governor of Kama would 11 1 1 the
vacancy by appointment.
TorKKA, Kan., Deo. 31. The 'Vf.(h ol
Senntor Plumb hat at one set itn poll
tlolnns to talking, and, ot court, hli
sutioeisor is tru theme of all conver
sation. There has been but one uuine
mentioned turn far for the vncnaif anil
that is ex-Senator Inalls. In ( tot he
Is the only one that Ih thoui( it of. The
leading State orTlciiils aud tnm who
will express any opinion at ad favor
InKiills, claiming that hU defeat by
PofTir was both an HcoluVnt and n nils
fortune, and they know of no ona wlio
oau fill Plumb's plane with as tauuU
Katisfactlon as the ex-Senator.
WAYS AND MEANS.
Sumn or Mr. Mill' I'rleiula Mill Hilnk lln
Wilt llmnl llin C'tiiiimltti.
Wahiiikotu, Dec. 21. Som e ot Mr.
Mills' friends mill think that he will
be appointed to the chilrmiuHhl p ot
tho Committee on Ways and Ms.un by
Speaker Crisp, notwithstanding tho
publication ot this correspondence on
Si'KAKRit's Room, 1
HoOHH OF llKPIMnKNTATlVm,
Wasiiinuton, D. C, Dec. IB. J
Hon. H. Q. Mibbn, City,
My Dkau Siki Having been too much
engngeil to mill upon you, and being
soon about to enter upon tho work ot
constituting the House comiulttnos, I
drop you u line to know It It would bo
agreeable or acceptable to you to be ap
pointed Becond on .the Committee ot
Ways Mean's, and, In nddltiou to such
assignment, to be appointed Chairman
ot tho Committee on Commerce, or
Chairman of the Committee on l'oit
offices and Post Roads, or Chiiiraian ot
some Committee whose work Is 1ms
laborious than Clmlrmln on Postoffices.
Would be glad to have a reply at
your earliest conveniences, as 1 neairo
to mal& n ami announce the commit
tees In a few days. With great respect,
I am, sincerely yours,
Ciiahlk F. Crist.
House of IIrpiibskntativks, U. S,
Washington, Dec. 1!), 1801
HO' . ClIAHI.l-.ft F. Crisp, Sr-KAKKlt of tub
HOUSK OF ItKl'BliSKNTATIVBS,
My Deaii Sin: I have received your
letter ot the 18th Inst., asking mo "it it
would be agreeable or acceptible to mu i
to be appointed second on the Commit
tee on Ways aod jleaus, etc."
Having been a member ot tho Com
mittee on Ways and Moans for ton
years, mid Chairman of tho Fiftieth
Congress, tho reasons which have, In
your judgment, rendered my appoint
ment as Chairman unwise, would dis
qualify mo for service in nuy other place
on that Committee, and it would not be
sincere to say that it would bo agreeable
to accept your tondor.
1 leave to you, without any sugges
tion from me, to make such other as
signment ns you, in tho discharge of
your olUulal duty, may determine.
It. Q. Mills.
Nothwlthstnndlng this refusal of Mr.
Mills to serve on the Committee on
Ways and Menus, It Is said that Speaker
Crisp will appoint him chairman ot
the other committee, as proposed.
Either that on Postolllcos and Post
Ro.uls, or Commerce, or Merchant Mar
ine nud Fisheries.
THE LATEST CHILI RUMOR.
Scci-elmy Ill.llne Will Say No.'liln Abnllt
It Jli'iilal liy ii I.t'tftltliin Attiioh.
WASMNrjTO.v, Dec. 21. It is impossi
ble to-day to get either a confirmation
or a contradiction ot tho publish
ed statement that the Stato De
partment bus received a cablegram
from Minister Kgiiu to tho effect that
the American Legation at Santiago is
surrounded by a Chilian mob who
threaten to burn it dowu or blow it up
iu order to capture tile Chilian refugees
who are under the prutectiou ot the Le
gation. Senor Montt, the Chilian Mlnlstor, Is
uot ut home, and the Secretary ot the
Legation receives cullers Ho states
that the .Minister has not reoeivod any
late dispatches from his government,
but feels sure if there had been au up
rising against the American Legation
ut Santiago, the Minister at Washing
ton would have been advised of it. Ho
also said that the Chilian people had
the gieatest respect lor the American
Legation, and was positive that they
had noi, or would uu- attempt to burn
or blow It up. "When I waB iu Chili
some time ago," said the secretary,
"such falso reports were frcijuemly
sent to the American newspaper), aud 1
put no faith, whatever, In the latest
Secretary Bluino, to all inquiries
about the truth or fas Icy of the pub
llshed statement, sent this reply:
Lave nothing to say aUout it."
Foul l'tuy SiHpactetl.
GUTURIK, 0. T., Dec. 21. A man
coming from the Cherokee Nation says
that there is considerable excitement in
Tulequah over the death ot Chief Mayes
and Assistant Chief Chambers a week
ago. There have been susnlalons
from the first that there was something
mysterious about the death of theus
high officials, and now It is openly as
serted that tliay met Willi foul play.
The President ot the Senate has also
been very ill. The deaths give the
oontrol of the Cherokee Nation into tae
hands ot the Opposition party, who will
elect a new chief. Dateottves are try
ing to ferret out the mystery of tho
daatlis, and sensational developments
are looked for.
CnllUIoiiuii llin Nurtliui-u Central.
lUkTivoHB, De. 31. The York ao
oommodatlon paeiier train on tue
Mortberu Ueutral ltulroi l, due in iltl
tiniore at 8:11 a. in, was In collision
witb tho rear of a iroiubt train ut 10
o'clock renter lay moruiug, near Notb
avui.ua. Cliarlui it Miller, oomluctor;
Huliert Fantum, eHfclueer, aud Thomas
V. Daweou, Hri'inan o( the paaaenifar
train, were Injured. Soma ot the pa
eeutfers of the aoooinmolatlon train
were sbalceu up anil briilioil by the oon
ouiwiou, but none were aeriouily hurt.
A uuiuber otod tanks were bnrnaj.
Kw Iron WfirkH In Ifii-ttntuwn, N. J.
Uorvkntuwn, N. J., Den. 21. It is
report-d that a Mviiillcate, beaileil by ex
Mayor V. It. (iriujj of Now York, U
about to leate the olil Caiii.leii & Ainboy
llailrouil ebopt in tbia city recently
lltteU up fur the King Locomotive
AVorks. tor the purpo'to of starling iron
work-i of noma iloionptlou, In which
about 300 skilled luaclitnlos are to be
employed. It is nWo atatn.l that nego
tlatlons are in Droarem w'th a Tlew to
buyiuu tU aure ot laail near the plant
TUB NEW YORK "PRESS."
Dully, Sunday, Weokly, for 1802
Tin- airpre-ive lli'piibHran Journal ol
ihe Metropolis A newspaper for the
'MBMe. It has a larger dally circulation
tnan any other Republican nftwspsper in
America Founded Di-cenibar let, I8S7.
Circulation over 100,MO dsily.
The 1'reu U the orRan of no fnctlo' ;
pin It no wires j 1ms no animosities to
Tha inot rmnsrkabie newspaper success
in Nnw Y. rk.
The 1'reie It a national newspaper.
Oneap nows, vulgsr lenmtlotn and t-ftth
llud no place In the columns of The I'reu.
7H i'reu has the brlxhiett eduorml
ins? In New YorR. It sparkles wiiti
The 1'reet Sunday edition Is a splendid
twenty p.sge paper, covering every current
lopio ol interest.
The I'rees weekly edition oontaine all
the good things of the dally nnd Sundsy
For those ho cannot afford the dally or
ar prevented by dlstanco from early re
ceiving it, Ihu week y li a splendid sub
slitu'e. As nn advertising rwullum the Vieas fcn8
no superior in New York.
Tbi Prees is within toe reach of ad. The
best and oheiest newspaper in America.
Dally and Sunday, one year, $5.00; daily
ml Sunday. 6 month-, 9J.S0; Hail, and
-Sunday, one month, 46 cehti; daily only
no y ear, :0j dally only, four n.nnth-.
! 0; Sunday, one .tear, 2P0; H
l'r.i one j car. $1 00. Send f. r The- I'rest
in-ulur. Sun pies W Agents wamod
vory where. Iii'nera! i6niuilslors. Ad
ios, Tm i'RKsa, 88 P rk Kow, No
A DEFICIENCY OF $4,000.
Statement of the Junior Ilrtllrf llliltl
velt Jb Co. (Jiishli'r Cote's Cninl itlon.
Nyack, N. Y., Dac. 21. The condi
tion ot Cashier Edward It. Cole, the
returned wanderer, contlnuas to im
prove. Ho will doubtless be around
with his family in
few days. Many
people have begun to think that thjre
will ha no sensational results from the
accounting of James II. lilnuvolt. A
great many sonsatlonul newspaper re
ports which have been published are
the exaggerated statements ot ambi
The statement ot 11. II. M. Dickinson,
junior partuer ot tho linn ot liluuvelt &
Co., whose business transactions have
been brought to light by tho mysteri
ous disappearance and return of Cash
ier H. H. Cole, shows that there is a
deficiency of t,00d In tho accounts ot the
II rm, but thuu tuoro is no reason to be
lieve that Mr. Cole Is responsible for It.
Ho intimates that libel suits will be
brought if certain stories are persisted iu.
ClfVelitlut Alllltseiilnut Note.
Cleveland, Dec. 21. One of the most
disgraceful affairs that ever too It place
in Cleveland occurred yesterday morn
ing. It was a dog light over which
0U0 aro said to have changed bauds.
Tho light was won in nine minutes by a
dog belonging to Hill Fleming. The
result was a fioa for-all-llght among tho
spectators, In which loO men uugaged.
Five men are known to have been seri
ously injured, but the identity of ou.y
one, Luke Callahau, has been discov
ered. His face is a uiussot bruised Hash
and his eyes ,vuro so badly swollen that
ho was unable to see and ho had to be
led away from tue ground.
ItCtmi CoMs,Cottfh orftThTOftt.Croap.TnfluesZtt.
Whoopioff Coujh, Bronchitis mui Asthma. A mHaU
tur fir Consumption In flrit ftUeca, tu4 a norfl relief In
tvdvsneed stage. UsoHimoo. You will ie tbotx
silent effect after taking tho first dosr. Wi ij
tlcri tmwlitrtj. Ltrgt) Utile, M imu tad (1,00.
On and ft-r November 15, 1801, trains will
wave 8hmutinl V an follows:
lll.,s IAitlnaln.i ko uil In Mm
vjle, 81. Clair, snd way points, 6.(W,9. 0,
i, afaye.era.fMi.i.maBrt V(it m.
Vac i'otuvllle, 0.UU, H.1V, 11.1) a in ana 1.15
ttanda ye, 600, 8.40 a m and 8.10 p m.
v,r ieHuiuK, d.w. ii in anu s.ie pm.
"J, U.S'Jis. m. anas.lUpm.
Cor Pottetown, Phoeiilxville, Norrletowi
fuiiaaeipnie I Broun etreei etatlon), s.K
11.43 a. m. and 1.16 p m week dayn
-nl.iOuys, 800, 0.40 a m 3.10 p in
Cralna leave l?rrlrvlli tor Hhenandoab a
UI.40 a m and li.U, 5.01, 7 4), 10,01 p m, Una.
rtav. 11 I I a m and b.V) ni.
i eave roitevuia wtr Quejiauuoan- Au.ioaD
il.li, am 4 10, '.16, 9.U v ir.. Kundare, 10.40
nr. 1.18 p m.
ueave rnuaaeipnia loroaa street eruon
or PotUvllleaudnbenandoata. 5.67. RM e ir
1. 0 an 1 7,00 p m week days. Sunday 6 30, and
New York. 8.30,4,1, 4.40, 6.36, 8.W, 7.MV,
.i.i j.ou. li.ixisna ii.il. ii.iaui.ix.iiuoi9
,Ull ed -to!"ie.l,lK) 4.50 p in.) 12.41,1.33 1.1),
Let, l.'J" 4, (.02, 4, , 8.2
1.60 7.18 8.12 and 10.00
, m. 1Z.V1 iisat.
On Unndave. i.t). 4.03. 4.40, i,m. H.12. 6.S0. 9.54'
11 MR . ii mil 12 11. 1.40. !! 31). 4 02. rUmltod.
t nn. vn. n m . in , u ana 11 m msni
For H flirt, rinir Ilranch anil Intermediate
matloue 8.20 and 11 II a. m., 4.00 p in wees
day, freehold only a.OO p m week day
'or Ualtlinore and
....... If . J .. .n II
iii..di. o 11 t on
0.10 an t 11.18 a. in., 4.41,0 57,7.10 p.m and 12.08
nlulitdallv anil 8 31. 10.20 a m.. 12 .14 fllmlted
expreae with dining oar to liaittmurej !.;), o. ir
p. m. WO'K navi. i1or uuiiiinore ouiy i6.iu, .ui
wmak diva, fi.llti. 11.8U n. m. dallv.
rnr Hioumonu, 7 au a. in. aim tis.ua nigm
Crams leave HftrrtaburL' tor 1'UuoarE anO
le west every d-iy ut l'i.3fi and 8J0 a m anC
I a (lltnitedl and 8.40, 7.23 p m, Way
vlloana 8 13 im and 4.10 u in every aay.
tTor V litaburg only, 11.20 a iu dally and 10.21
dave Hunburv tor WlUlamiport, Klrnlra
landatyna, itnebeiur, H 'ttaloand Nlaitar
,i" in am Hilly, and 1.83 om weekday!,
y Klrnlra. 5.81 n m weakdaYB.
u-nr Una and Intermediate polnta. S.10 a m;
ally, "-r lck Haven, 6.10, and 8.68 a m
tlv. 1 !15 and fi.9 n. m. weak dava. Fo
-ni vaS.lu a m 1 36 and 6,B0 p m week dayt
ion. ra oaniiav.
-4i. PIJH1T. J R.WOOD
ilea, atan'r (Jen. faea. Act
ff ran "yojP
DON'T DEL AY7
OUK OFFICII fills wwlt to ttmrlif-rs
rtf,ia frtr T
- ...., i i mc nemimiiirruis lor A
VViVl'iiV.I W iiiopose tills week lo Klvo n fliirulal cash
f NT OF T15N I'KIt
miauu T UF Ti5fl l'KIl CENT, on
Toilet' uoHiu,U To.vS1 n,.lMB variety.
Are pronounced most delicious, only 20 cents per pound, nil kinds.
16 West Centre Street and 34 North Stain Street,
"-pHEUE Is money In It for you if
x you purchase your holiday goods
from in. Five hundred styles dressed
dolls, from 6rj to $t 60 euoli. Dolls'
shoes, stockings, trunks, tables,
bureaus, clmlrs, toilet sets, palntlioxe",
writing desks, doll swings, air rliles,
'Irittns, trains of cars, gun hnntf- aud
ither articles run by steam, A large
lot of meclmnlfal toys, tool chpsts nnd
all tho latost games, A II O nud build.
PlflsIi.Toilsl ana MaDicure Sets
iitlqne stiver toilet und iiinniciu-j
ets, dlctlonitry nud blole stand hold
rs, hook and ladder nnd lire engines,
In stoves, German tops, trumpets nnd
muny other articles in this Hue.
Musical Instruments, Perfumery, Sleighs !
China Sets, Magic Lanterns, &c.
To ministers of the gospel find scli'iol teachers, 10 pr pout, oil on all goods
bought. All goods must bo sold bef ire Jamuiiv 1st, und no reasonable ofler
refused. 1 'nil enrly and have the pick of the lot. You enu select what you
want, which will bo set aside,on pavment of a small deposit.
is far cheaper and much
Iry it once. All
Phi adelphia and Reading Railroi1..
Time Table in effect Kov. IB, 1891
TRAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS
For New York via 1'hlladelnnia. week dat
2.10 5.25, 7.20 a. m. and 12 33 2.60 nnd 6. 6
. m. Hunclay L'.ll) aDd 7.48 n. in. For Net
vj. , , it ..utuuu vuuun, vy dua unD, u.mi
:oj a m. ana una z.ou p. m.
ri rncuuiuc aou niiHaei
ilpbla wees dayi.
2.10. 3.23. 7.20. a. m.. 12.33 2.
z.fu and 0.03 p; n
Hnnday, 2.10 and 7.48 a. 111., 4 JO p. in.
For Harrlsbnre. week davn. 126.96.36.199 a. n.
50, 6.B5 p. m.
Yot Allentown. week davii. 7.20 t. m.. 12.31
2.30 p. m.
or I'ottaviiid, woes days, 2.111, 7.au,a, in.
12.80 2. -SO and 5.55 p.m. Hunday, 2.10 and7.1!
11 , 4.80 p.m.
Kor laniaoua and Mabatiov Oltv. week
dayu, 2.10, 5.45, 7.20, a tu., 12.35 2.50 and 5.K
p. ax, (Sunday, 2.10 and 7.48 a. m., J.S0 p. m.
Additional 1 r Maoanoy City, week Uayn 7.00
Kor Lanoaater and Columbia, week days.
,ia. m..2.Wp. m.
week aaya. 3.25, 7.20 and IU) a. m 1.&5.7.&
, u. snnaay a. in., p. m,
or Mahauoy Plane, weeK days, 2.10 S.2&
, 7 20 and 11.30 a. m 12.85. 1.85, 2.60, 5.33,
.01' CI.'. m. Buuday, 2 10. 8.25 and 7.46
a,' .'ib, 4 ao p. m.
?nr uiiardvllle (Happabannook 8latlcn
we-K days, 2.1-), 3.25, 6.25, 7.20 and 11,30 a. m,
:..n, 1 no .ou, o,do, i.w anun.Ai. y. iu, nuuuay
iu a o i.w a. m., u.uo, i.ju p. ni.
'ir AHhtand and Bliurnokln.
23, 5.25, 7,!, 1151 a m., 1.85, 7.00 and
ui. Sunday 3.2. 7 48 . m 3.03 p. m.
TKAINB FOU BHENAN1JOAH 1
Lieave New York via Philadelphia, werk
days, 7.46 a. m 1.30, 4.00, 7.30 p. m., 12.: 3
n ,nu Bnnday, 8.00 p.m., 12.15 nlcnt.
ueave new xoxs via j&aucn uuuux, wi-k
da; a 4.80, 8.45 a. ni., 1.00 and 3.45 p. m. Bun
day, 7.00a. ni.
leave i-niinoeipma, week aaya, i.iu, ' u
10.00 a. m 4.00 and 6.00 p. in., from Bro d
uidCallowhiUand8.33a. ra. and 11.80 p. in
from Jin auo ireeu streeia. nunaay v.uo a
ra. 11.80 p. m from th anf 'Jiwen.
iXHVe Reading. wenK dayn, 1.33. 7.10, 10"
nnd 1.50a. m., 3 77 p.m. Buuday 13 a. d
10.41 a. m.
LMUve PotUvUle, week days 2.40, 7.40 a. m.
12 80, 6 11 p. m. Sunday, 2.40, 7.00 a. in. and
Leave Tamanua. WMk da vs. 8.20. 8.48 unf
11 8 a. m 1.21, 7.18, and 0.18 p. in. Uanday 8.21
7 48.ra.and2.50p. ra.
l.eave uananoy Ully, week aays, 9.o, v.u
111 a Ii.un. in,, l.bi, 7.42 ana v.u p.m. nan
day 8.40,8.17 a. m., 3.20 p. m.
Leave Mahanoy l'lane, week days,2-4'), 4.00
II 80, 1.85. ll.jil a. ra.,1.06, 2.00. 5 20. 6 36. 7.57, an(
luiiun ra. nnnaay2.ii, i.uu, ana s.n,a. m
8 87. 5.01. n. in.
ijeave uiraraviue (ttappanannocK niauon
veil days, 2.47 4.07, 8,88, and 0.41 a. m 12.05
v unye 4t.t 1 ui, u)ut nuu viii iui( 1
2 5.28. 8.82. 8.08 and 10.06 n. in. Sunday. 2.47
1.07. 8JtS a. m. 8.41. 5.U7 11. m.
eave WllllamsDort. week day. 3.00.9.45 and
11 00 a, in. a.ao ana 11.10 p. in. ouuuuy 11.1.1
it Baltimore. Waehlneton and the weit
via" & O. H. U., through trains leave a Irani
Avenue station, Philadelphia, (P. A li. It. It.!
at 3 35 801 and 11.27 a. m.. 8.36 . 6.42 an-
7 18 p. m. Sunday, 35 8.02 11.27 a, m 8.60
5.12 and 7 18 p 111.
VTLiAHTID (UTY 1J1V1MJ.0.
Leave Philadelphia. Chestnnt Street Wuaif
a ia wamnimi wnnn.
Pof kllmitlc cit-v.
Week-days Exprei,9:00 a, m. 2.00. 4.no,
p, hi. aceommoaaiiun, auo a. xn, auu o.w,
Sundays. Kxpress, B.00 a, m, Acoam
nn ation.8.00 a. m. and 4.80 p. m.
'46tnrnlne, leave Atlantic City, depo'
A 'iuo and Arkansas avenniw wot-m
Express, 7.30, 0.00 a. m. and 4.00, p. m, Ac
rommoriutlonS.lO a. m. and 4.80 n. ra. Bun
nnys-KxpreKs, 4.0U, p, m, Aocommouatiou
7.30 a, in. and 4.30 p. in.
O. U. UANOOOK, Gen'l l'oss'r Atrl,
Grand Holiday Display
Of new and desirable presents Jfor the old
and young at
102 North Main Street, Shenandoah.
In full nf Informf
1) n't you know
lulls irlfts llllll lull av m Ol N of a iimal
all iirflmet" lo the iimniiiit of $ft 00
better tlfan tea or coiTce.
reliable grocers sell it.
Lehigh Valley Raili'oad.
AKKANdEMENT OP PASSEMOKll TKAINB,
NOV 15. 1891
Mus will leave B
Patseneer trains will leave Shenandoah for
Manch Chunk, Lehlghton, Blatlucton, Cata
sauqua, Allenfown, Bethlehem, Ens ton, Phil
Kdelphlaand New York at 5.47, 7.10, 0.08 a, in.,
14 "d. 0.1U. O.ll 11. IU.
For Uelvldere, Delaware Water Gap and
airouasourg ai 0.11, a. ra.,ana o.ap. rn.
For iJimbcrtvllle and Trenton, 0.08 a, m
For White Haven, Wllkes-Barre and Pitta
tAIII U.1, O.VOf II. 111., a.iu SUU HUM i. IU.
ForTunkbannock, 10,41a. m 8.10 and 5.26
For Auburn, Ithaca; Geneva and and fiyone
iu.1 a. m., an 1 o.m p. m.
For Laoevvifle. Towanda. Bavre. Waverlv
ISlnilni, ltochesier, Buffalo, Magara Falls,
Chicago and all points Went at 10.41 a. m.,and
5.20 p. m.
For i- Imlra and the West vlaSalamauca at
3.10 p. m.
For Audenrled, Haileton, Btockton, Lum
tier Yard. Weatherly and Penn Haven Junc
tion at 5.47, 7.40, 9,08 a. m. and 12.32, 3.10 aud
5,26 p. ra.
For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and Heave)
Meadow, 7.40, 9.08 a. m. and 5,20 p. m,
ForScranton at 5.47 0.08, 10.41a. m. 3 10 and
5:26 p. m.
ror unKie urooa. jeano, urilion ana free
land at 5.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41 a. m.. 12.52 3.10 and
5.28 p. m.
ForCluakake ai 3.47 and 9.08 a. m and
8.10 d. m
For Wlgans, Qllberton and Frackvllle at
5.50 and 8.52 a m.,and 4.10 p. m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Ueiauc,
5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, a. m., 1ZD2, 3.10,5.20, 8,03,
8.21 and 10.27 p.m.
f or Liohi urees, uiraraviue ana Aeniana
1.27. 188.8.131.52. 10.15 a. m.. 1.00.1.40.4.10. 6.S5
8.C0 and 9.14 p. m.
For Darkwater, Ht. Clair and Pottsvllle.
5 50 7.40, 8 32, 9.08, 10.41 a. rn., 12.52, 3.10, 4.10, 5.26
For jiuck Mountain, new Boston ana
Moral. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41 a. rr... 12.52. 8.10, 6.23 and
8.03 p. m.
For Haven Ituu, Centralla, Itt. Carrael aud
Bharnnkln, 8.62, and 10,15 a. m., 1.40, 4.1C
ana a.mi p. ra.
Trains leave nuarnoain ior Qnenannoau,
7.65 11.63 a. rn., 2.10, 4.80 and 9.30 p. ra., arriving
at Shenandoah, 9.03 a. rn., 12.32, 3.10, 5.20 and
Lin 11 in
For Lofty. Audenrled. Silver llrook Junc
tion an tinziei'in o.ir, 7 w, u.'ra, ana m. 11 a.
in., 12.62, 3.10, 6.20 and 8.1 8 p. m.
For Iiost Creek. Olrardvllle and Ashland.
184.108.40.206 11.84 a. m..2.45n. m.
For Darkwater. St. Clair and Pottsvllle,
S.00, 9,30 a. ra.,2.45 p. ra.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano,
8.00, 11.85 a. m,. 1.10, 4.40, 0.03 p. in.
r or jjouy, Auuenrieu auu iiaEieuja, o.w
a rn., 1.40 p. m:
For Mauoh Chunk. Lehlghton, Blatlncton,
cataaanqua, Auenuiwn, jieiuienem, isaator
ana new xora, s.uu a, ra., i.ru p. m:
For Philadelphia, 1.40 p. m.
Green Truck Stand
Cor. Main and Oik Streets.
Fresh Oysters Roceived Daily.
A tine line of Chnlrwi (lltOCKUllW
Nuu and Caudles.
Poultry of all Kinds.
Sir. Costlnt rotve4 his crcen truck daily
inim the cltv market', whlcli la Kuxranife
to liia ou oinem that they will receive fresh
Cious wn-n uuyi eiromiuin,
2 U. BRICKER M. D..
p rr Y&rcrAN ands vrgeon,
So'. 9 Bait Oentre Btreett Mahanoy City, Vt
qkiq ana au apeeiai uueaaea a epeouuty!
A dverUnetaeiv tn thi f cohmm, tint xwdwg
Mn, 5 -e tor onr innrrHon; 73c lor ', til fur
nrtr; one week, 11.60; two wtrka 12: one
l; ANTKD At oi w,
f' tir liilk-
lieelecfrlcrallnU,atltnipah.u. ock. 3t
- f layers anil six siono m .
lOU SAIiK A good
1 nf W rlr. for
nnrse, suiiaoie lor an Kin '
sale ohe .p. A 11 ily c O. J. (J ul in. i Kast
t.'eutre street, Mhe iandoah. 12 -H
SAIjE. The lthv ti-am nf
horses r-oentlv use t liv tha iviiomhi If.
S. P S On.. Nn. 1 Thft lmr.M winln.
bargain to ills puroha-crs.
JBKK O'N. U.T.,
Jamkh MclhiN ii.li,
'list- National Bank,
4, W. Lemnnng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrmq, Cashier,
9 W. Yost, Ass' tCaluer.
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST !
Xnt(I 011 Savings neposltn.
uo iu iir.iiiiuunitiijn3 1 -
nn mrk nnmnTlinmnnn 1
Tree Ornaments, &c.
Wholesale anil Retail.
m CLEAR CANDIES !
Are absolutely pure. Sunday Schools,
Churches, Boclet is, etc, supilledat
Ice Cream, Bread and Cakes !
104 N. Mam St., SHENANDOAH.
For the bet gold nud silver rimmed
spectuelen Eyts tested free of ishurge.
102 N. MAIN ST., SHENANDOAH.
WALL PAPER BARGAINS !
Largo -it and cheapest mock lu town.
Artistic PaintinK, Gra'nng and DecDratine!
J. P. CARDEIST,
102-6m 231 W.Centre St.. SHENANDOAH
cAL00N AND RESTAURANT
201 N. tnin St., ShenaiKloah.
fho Finest Ftocl: of Beers, Ales, Cigars, Sc.
Has removed to Bill Jones' old stanti
17 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Where be will be pleaedto meet the wauis
01 ma irienas ana tne puuuo in
Everything in the Drinking Lino
Largest and oldest reliable pnrely oaiih com-
pamea reprenemeu uy
120 S. Jardin St., Shenanooah.Pa.
JOHN H. EVANS' SALOON,
30 E. CENTRE ST., SHENANDOAH
FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE.
Fin as t brands of otsrant nlwnra nn haiul.
The beet temperance tlrinkn.
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Best make and elegant
102 North Main Street, Bhenandoali.
CLkhenttr Encltth Jllasuoptl HranA.
Oriclnal m.ma llnl Conulne.
t,rc alwr r liable luk uk ;
Urujeist (or CkUAtttcrm hia-i
HJIVm-I'WIM prana id IV4-U ftD(1 Id nn 'AllMV
iJUie, t'b Mao ri'ili.n Taks
tei VXZno Other. Ilffiu Jami"- .tU tubitilu.
fHrrMtjHa lauMioni ai urugfjuit, prena m,
In eUrun for pkritr-iitKra t Uffloalftli ui
U " Hrllef ftr r-oV.1?,'' in Mur, by relvra
rr ai.ni, jp.uuuiimiiiiguim, AaiDI Jlf)r