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' LOCKED IN A FREIGHT CAR.
Interne KtilTorlnir or mi Involuntary Vns
stinger from a-uglnKw, Mich., to llilirulo.
KiAQAltA FaU, Sep. 8. When th
morning freight train from the West ar
rived hero over tho Grand Trunk Hall
rond one of the railroad men heard th
crioB of n mnn coming from n box cot
loaded with lumber. The cor seals were
broken and the mnn taken out. He govs
his namo us Sampson and his homo as
Ho snitl he hod been In tho cor three
dnys. Ho trot In at Sneinnw, Mich
where he was employed as a baker until
three days ago, when, feeling tired, ha
climbed into the cur, laid down nud full
asleep. hen he awoko tho car was at
tached to a train nndho found itimposii
ble to (jet out, though ho made several
attempts to attract attention. He suf
fered Intensely from hunger and thirst
nnd was in an er.hnusted condition wheu
ACCUSES JEFF DAVIS.
Gen. Harris Hook on Lincoln's Assassin
ation Will Create n Hrnsutluii.
Parkeiisiiuiio, W. Va., Sep. 8. Gen
T. II. Harris, of Ritchlo County, n mom
her of tho court mortial which invest!
gated tho death of Lincoln and condemn
ed Mrs. surrnlt, nas lust nnisneu a his
tory of tho assassination of President
Lincoln. Tho history was compiled from
the stenographer's notes, which are in
Gen. Harris' possession. In the book
Gen. Harris boldly asserts that Jefferson
Davis and certain members of his cnbl
net wero interested in and encouraged
the nssassinntlon of Lincoln. Ho fortl
lies the statement with u largo amount of
documentary evidence. His book will
crcuto a sensation.
Fifty-five Ileutl of YmrllnRS Sold,
New Yoiiic, Sep. 8. A number of
yearlings were sold at Tottersall's last
night. Many prominent horsemen wero
present. lllty-tlvo head wore dlsposet:
of 20 colts and 20 fllllos. They formed
the Chesterbrook stud, belonging to A.
J. Cassatt; the Fox Hill stud, tho property
of Major Rudolph Ellis, and theFaustiana
stud, formerly owned by the late James
D. Prather. Tho following are results
of the sale: Cassatt's yearlings, $7,025
colts, $4,22o; Allies, $11,700. Tho Fox
Hill stud, $4,100 colts, $3,025; fillies,
$1,075. Faustlaua stud, $10,125 colts,
$o,oW; fillies, $1,500.
lllew Himself to Pieces.
San Fkancisco, Sep. 8. F. L. Carrol,
of Fresno, engaged a room at tho Prcs-
cott House yesterday ana shortly alter en
terlng the room n loud explosion wa
heard. Upon investigation it was found
that ho had committed suicide by ex
nlodlng a dynamite bomb. His remain
were scattered nil nbout the room, nnd
ono of Ids arms was blown through the
window into the btreet. The furnishings
nnd furnlturo of the room wero badly
To Itolse a Fund for Ocn. Slirle.
New YonK, Sep. 8. Some strong Gor
man friends of Gen. Franz Slgel, are
considering n plan to raise a fund for tho
1.1 t 1... n,.l.a..tr.tlr.., TI. n
General has been very unfortunate dur
ing the past few years and at present he
is living from a pension of $100 per
month, which was nwarded him by Con
gress u iew uiuiuus ugu.
Tho Arrest Proved Important.
MANCiinHTKn, N. H., Sep. 8. The man
captured hero has been identltled as Dar
ling Kastman, a dnring "moonshiner" of
Corlnt, Vt., who escaped from ofllcors
last May while being taken from court to
jail, and has been hiding in Conodn and
various places In this State over since.
He will bo tried ut Burlington uoxt
Visitors at Gettysburg.
GETTYsnuiiO, Pa., Sep. 8. Two hun
drcd and fifty members and friends of
Lincoln Post, No. 11, G. A. H of New
ark, N. J., arrived hore last night. The
party includes Department command
J. It. Milllken, Assistant Adjutant-Gen
eral F. W. Sullivan, nnd Colonel Bernard
of the Fifth New Jersey militia. Th
party will remain three days.
Murdered While Tin Inn Cnrda.
New Youk. Sep. 8. Murder was tli
outcome of a game of cards in thu Itnllun
quarter of Tremont last night. James
Ross was shot and killed nnd his brother
lies in u critical condition at the Harlem
Hospital. John and Nieoli Ilullero, whq
did the shooting, were arrested.
Pluliitlelil' I'Iro Hug Caught.
Plain-field, N. J., Sep. 8. John Whit
man, alias Jaok Hums, who was caught
early Sunday morning setting fire to u
barn Is now supposed to be tho man who
caused the many llres which have oc
curred hore recently. He is known to
the police an a bar. I character.
We desire to my to our citizens, that for
years w have t wen selling I)r, King's New
King's New Disoovery for Consumption, Dr.
king's New Lir 'lll, Bucklen's Arnica
Halve and Klec lie Diners, and have never
hiindted remedies that n-11 us well, or Hint
have given such universal tallsfaoilou. We
In not hesitate to guarantee them every
time, and we sianrt ready to refund the pur.
chaw price, if satisfactory rrsiilts do nut fol
low their use. These remedies have won
ttielrgraiat popularity purely on their merits.
C, II. llagenbuch, Druggist.
And now the expreesmen are to be
Alva's llreslllan Hwullc Co., 6 IVall Btreet
N. Y. Gentlemen : 1 lake pleasure In testi
fying to 1 he curative powers of your Paoius
ItiiKHt Cure, which has relieved me of mus.
citlar rheumatism ot long standing. I wis
troubled seriously by dyspepsia as well, from
which, X am pleasea to state, 11 has also cured
Assuring yon that I shall recommend your
mcoicine 10 my menns, 1 am.
Yours rc spec! nil! v,
Deo 0, 1800. 810 Ninth Bt., Ilrooklyn, N. Y.
Bold at Klrlln's Drug Htore.Ferguson House
Ordered llnck to Canada,
IlnATTLKBORO. Vt.. Sen. 8. Tho China.
men nrrestcd at Windsor nndor tho ox
elusion net and ordered rotumed to
China by U. S. Commissioner Johnson',
but whoso ciure won appealed on tin
ground that they held permits from tin
Dominion Government to roturn to that
country, hnve been ordered to roturn ta
Canada by Judge H. H. Wheeler in th
U. S. Circuit Court. This decision 1
Important ns It is claimed that nil oml
Krnnts can readily obtain theso permits,
thus practically nullifying tho exclusion
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the groat
developer, of dolicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates tho skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to s. S- s.
Send for our treatise on Blood auJ
Bmrr Si'tciKio Co., Atlasta, Grit,
BENJ. J. SMITH
A. W. Leisennng, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisennng, Cashier,
S. IV. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST
I111 tin HnvliigH DepoHttB.
AltE OOINO TO
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Colorntlo, Utnli, C"llloriiin
Xivyv Mexico or Arizona,
and will send me a postal card
or letter slating
Where you lire going,
When you are going,
Where you will sturt from,
How ninny there are in your party,
Vbiit freight nnd baggage you have,
I will write you or call at your house and
furnish you with the fullest Information
lecardlBK routes, lowest rates of all
chases, bcbldes maps, descriptive and Il
lustrated land pamphlets, resort books,
Hot SjirlngB guides, etc.
Cheap Farmlnp Lauds In Missouri, Arkan-
J. P, HcCANK, Eastern Trav. Arjt.,
W. E. HOYT,
Q. E. P. Agt., S91 Broad way ,New York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILVVA
is and will ever bo tho
f HHWN " ' lj
T3olMti Art Vin Rirln. nhOSfc QDQ1
Joints, Wourolgia, Sprains, &o
Before yoa aeed to tiny, octaw
lA v ilmiMa booVi "Quids to Health." vrlth I
KA enjarsements of prominent payiiciau.
Torope&n Mouseil Badohtadt,Lon ion,
Vienna, Vrsgo;, Botterdom, Olten,
50 Oenta a bottle, For Solo by
ourMAMnriAU da aKVI
mnA Ather dniecrlsu.
First National Bai
Serious Disnstor to Einin Pac
BATTLE WITH SLAVE DEALERS.
Lieutenant P.iuhlmann Killed Tho
of Others as Yet Unknown.
The Cxarlnrs nnd Csiirwltchto Visit Tarls,
To Do Escorted lly nn Imposing ltus
slan SquadronThe Dardauells Afl'ali
lias Fanned Into Flames the Spirit o
tha War Party.
London, Sept. 8. A serious disaster 1)
reported to the German expedition In
East Africa, whero tho Arab slavo-traderi
bavo been carrying on a savage fight witl)
the Gormnns. tho latter commanded 1)3
Emin I'ncha, supported by Lieutenant!
Stuhlmnnu and Langheld.
At tho latest previous nccounts Emin
was on his way to Lnko Tanganyika, en
route to Ujljl, and tho slavo-tradors wcra
attacking him and his loroes at every op
The Vail of Karagwo tried twice to
send goods after tho Gormnns, but thq
bearers had to return, some ol tnctn
Now comes a dispatch from Zanzlbai
tntlng thnt in a Bkirmlsh fit Lake Tan-
ganylke the nntlves, probably tho slave-
traders, havo killed Ucutcuant otum
mann In a skirmish.
Further particulars as to tho safety ol
tho German force are anxiously awaited.
Mnssing of Troops for Itnsslnn Manoeuvre!
Milan, Sep. 8. The Russian grand
manoeuvres this autumn will take pines
In the Governments of Kloff, I'rodollce
nnd Volhynla. Upward of 100,000 men
will bo massed together, and as these ara
to bo drawn from tho interior of Russia,
thero will bo no diminution of tho im
mense forco of Russian troops already
stationed near the Austrian frontier.
On tho contrary, many of the troops
engaged in the manoeuvres will be added
to tho existing garrisons nnd serve to
swell the vast body of men rendy, at tha
briefest notice, to bo precipitated on tho
Austrian empire. The Vienna Cabinet,
it is stated, is fully nllvo to tho situation
and doing the best that can be done to
There is an army of Austrian spies in
Western Russia, nnd tho War Office at
Vienna is kept minutely informed as to
every movement of the Russian troops.
ROYALTY TO VISIT PA RIS.
Tho Cnrlna to bo Escorted by nn Impos.
lug Itustian Squadron.
PA1US, Sep. 8. Recent correspondence
betwoen the Czar and Baron do Moron-
helm, the Russian Ambssador nt Paris,
makes it appear quite certain that im
mediately after the Copenhagen visit is
concluded tho Czarina and the Czaro
vitck, escorted by an Imposing Russian
squndron, will proceed in tho imperial
yacht to Cherbourg. At St. Petersburg
the visit is consldcieu as absolutely set
Tho vigorous action of Russia in the
Dardanelles affair has fanned into
flnmo the spirits of tho war party, and
there Is now n tremendous revival of tho
Russomanin, which had begun to subside
somewhat, when that Incident again
lashes it into fury.
WHERE IS BALMACEDA?
A Report that lEo is Now Concealed in
Valparaiso, Chili, Sop. 8. Rumors
continue to spread concerning tho whero-
abouto of tho fugitive President of Chili,
Now it is reported that, not daring just
nt tho present time to make an attempt
to escape from the country, ho has taken
refugo in some ono or the foreign lega
tions or elso has concealed himself in
If he has been f titunato enough to gain
admission to a legation he will In all
likelihood, bo protected from the wrath
of his triumphant ouemlcs.
If, on the contrary, ho has sought
refuge iu a monastery ha is in imminont
danger of being captured. li-l
Tho Junta will undoubtedly cause all
the monasteries to be searched for him if
thoy put uny faith in the report.
Another Order Against llusslnn Jows.
Berlin, Sop. 8. The Russlnn police in
all parts of the Empire havo been lu
structed to discharge Jews from the po
llco service. Large numbers of Jews
havo been spies in the police sorvlca
and havo displayed a marked aptitude
for that kind of work. Tho detection of
Nihilist conspiracies has nearly in every
instanco been brought out by Jewish
agents of tho secret service. Tho Nihl
lists, it is said, will rejoice iu tho informa
tion that tho astute Israelites aro no
longer to prey upon them.
German Pross on tho Pork Kmlmrgo.
Berlin, Sep. 8. In referring to the re
moval of tho embargo on American pork
tho "Frolsslnne Zoltung" expresses regret
thnt tho duties are still retained on the
article nnd hopes that the removal of tho
prohibition precedes the suppression of
tho corn tariff. It adds: "If breiul is
dear tho poor have little loft with which
tu buy meat." Since the Issuing of tho
decree the stock of the Hamburg-Ameri
can Steamship Company has rlsou seven
Trencli tVhoelmen Offon n lllg Itnco.
Paiiib, Sept. 8. Yosterday 220 cyclists
started from tho ilois da iioulogno on
rncetollrast nnd back. Tho Petit Journal
gives tho prizes and thu contestants were
accompanied GO mllos on their way by
200 non-competing wheelrnvn.
Thousands or Stoel Workers Idle.
London, Sep. . At Becklow, near
Hiddlesborough, Yorkshire, the steel
works are idle, bocauso of lack ot orders,
Aheady thousands of workmen have
been thrown out of employment.
lleut Uer Child to Death.
VmcENKEa, lud., Bup. . Feeling
against Mrs. R. H. Qnlnea, who was
arrested hare on tho charge of beating her
adopted son, aged 3 years, to death, Is
Yry strong, the body ot the ohlld,
which was exhumed after the arrest,
ghowl marks of terrible punishment.
To the Postal Clerks' Convention.
New YonK, Sep. 8. Three hundred j
and fifty postal clerks, delegates .from I
the Rnllwny Mall Sorvlco, have left New
York to attend tho seventeenth nnnual
Convention of the Mutual Benefit Asso
ciation of Postal Clerks at tho Thousand
The Catholic Congress.
BncssKLS, Sep. 8. The Cathollo Con
gress Is In session at Mnllnos. A special
subject of discussion will bo tho metbodi
to bo adopted to mako practical tho np.
plication of tho l'opo's encyclical lettei
to tho working classes.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Tho new German liquor law Is very
General Allkhanoff, tho Russian diplo
mat, was nrrestcd at Cubul,
Cranberry picking will commence Ii)
tho South Jersey bogs the latter part oi
Frederick Snyder, of May's Landing,
N. J., has been missing for overn month'
He is 25 yo.irs old.
Legal proceedings oro soon to bo en
tered against Philadelphia's meroantll(
appraisers. They havo been suspended
Mrs. Eva Mann is back in New York
nfter n week's tour as the star of tha
"Mrs. Robert Ray Hamilton" company
in "All a Mistnko."
WAsniNOTON, Sep. 8. For Now Enjl.md:
Kaln warmer, stationary temporaturo; north
For Eastern New York: Fair, warmer la
southern portion, stationiry tcmporature
northern portion; northerly wlniU.
For Now Jersey: Fair: northerly winds)
slight changes In temperature.
For Wostrn Ntw York nnd western Pens
sylvanla: X-lsht local showers and fair during
greater portion of tho day, northerly wladi;
For Violating tho Contract Labor Law.
CnicAoo. Sep. 8. Abram Elder, presi
dent of tho Elder Publishing Company,
and H. L. Barber, his assistant, wero held
iu $500 bail each to the l'edoral grand
jury on tho charge of having imported an
alien under contract to work as a laborer.
Mr. Lorlns Slightly Improved.
Su.em. Mass., Sep. 8. Georgo B. Lor-
ing, ex-Minlster to Portugal, who is sick
at his home here, is slight.y better uud
his physicians say he may lecover.
A feelinq of dullness,
languor, and depression means that
your liver isn't doing its part. That
means impuro uloou, to begin witn,
and all kinds of ailments in the
But you can stop them in advance.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery invigorates tho liver, purifies and
enriches tho blood, and rouses ovory
orcran into healthy action. It pre
vents and cures all diseases arising
from a torpid liver or trom impuro
blood. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Bil
iousness, Scrofulous, Skin and Scalp
Diseases even Consumption ( or
Aiunc-scroiuia in us earner stages,
all yield to it.
Tho makers of tho "Discovery"
claim for it only what it null do.
They guarantee tuat it will do it,
It it fails to benctit or euro, in
anv caso. thov'll roturn tho monev.
Nothing elso that claims to purify
tuo blood is sold m tins way
which proves, no matter what
dealers may offer, that nothing elso
can bo "just as good." Therefore,
don't accept a substitute.
Bank Counters, Tyler System, Port
amo, unequaiGU in satyios,
Cnr.t nnil Finish.
ISO rifft Catalogue or ConaltT, leka etc., Illustrated la
Colon, llonlt. Frro roilagt l&Ctall.
Also 'a'viei-'ai jsoyai
OnU-e Deakai and Type
writer t'liulnetn, ttoo
Mtylei. lli-at and cheap
en on earth, with great
rcuuction in prices.
10 ba calaloaut Frefi
Pott.fB 1J eta. toll !! o
ILhkt. ttialra. Tablta. Hook
a.M, Cablntu, Lrfal lilaak
labium, tc, aiwajain Biota.
Soerlal work niada to order.
TYl.iat DESK CO., St. 1.0IIIB. Mo.tU.H.A.
'TDriTCri cacr PMinl7QPrl-r)i
Have cured i.Tar. tin '.sand c i-
M.vlm l.v tlu ItfTSt Hilt .li 1 11!.
I doae symptom
farM-li) (Haa-ipeAr, hoi n Vjii rtavs i lo
i tlllTHS 'u
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aculous cures. I tr. utl I 0 furutaJii.-J 1 (ILL you order
irui, seoti teo riots ,it
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CACTUS BLOOD CURE.
Tones up your system and
mvna vmi nn nrmnfifn flint n I
lumberman might envy.
Cures dyspepsia, stomach
troubles, constipation, and
liver or kidney diseases. In
addition to this it cures all
skin affections and the more
violent blood troubles.
Effects are immediate and
Sold at Klrlln's Drutj Store,
Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa.
Your trade Is what we
This is how ve propose
to get It.
By selling you a flrst
fi'r less than others; by
eelllrg you furniture, an
organ, a piano, a sewing
machine or anything else
in the line of houichold
We have a large and va
ried stock to select from.
No trouble to show goods.
Call, examine and be
THE OLD RELIABLE,
Soutli Main St.,
SHE asr.3STID Oa-KC.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
AKKANOEMKNT OT PASSENOEB TBAINO.
-IiIAY 10, 1891.-
liaucu l iiuna, i.euiKuioD. muuneion, tjaui'
enilifuu, viicutuvvsi. ociuieucui) emiuu, S7SU1
udelphla and New York at 5.47, 7.40, 9.08 a. m.,
LZ.D. .1U. 0.'J II. IU.
For Belvldere. Delaware Wnter GaD and
oiiouuHours Hio.it, u. iu.. uiiu o.to p. in.
r or Lamuerivnie auu areuion, v.us a, m,
i-or wuioenaven. lises-narre ano i'liut
ton 6.47, 9.08, 10.41 a. m., 3.10 and 5.20 p. in.
For Tunnuaunocic, 10,41 a, m 3.10 and 5,
For Auburn, Ithaca; Geneva and and Lyons
1u.11 a. m ana o.m p. m.
For Laooy vllle, Towanda, Bayre, Waverly,
Eliulra. Itocheeter. llutlalo. I-Jlaeara FaUs.
unic&xu ana an roinut w ebi aL 1u.11 a. m.,ana
5.2H n. m
For J'lmlra and the West via Balamanca at
3.10 p. ra.
ror Auaenneu. iiuEieiun. mocHion. dum
ber Yard. Weatherly and l'enn Iiaven Juno
tlon at 5.47, 7.40, 9,08 a. m. and 12.52, 3.10 and
5,28 p, 111.
For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and Heavei
Meadow. 7.40. 9.08 a. m. and 5.28 n. m.
ForBerautonat6.47 9.08, 10.41a. m. 3,10 and
For nazie nrooK. jeaao, urmon ana Free
laud at 5.47. 7.40, 9.08. 10.41 a. m., 122 3.10 and
f or ituaaase ai 0.11 ana v.uo a. m., ana
js.iu p, in.
For Wlgcans, GUbcrton and Frackvllle at
6.W ana d.ub a in., hdh i.iu p, m.
For Yatesvllle. Mahanoy City ond Delano
5.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41. 10.58 a. m.,22.214.171.124.5.28. 8.03.
tfi HUU IVI p. IU.
For i.osi ureea, jiraraviue ana Asniana
1.27. 7.48. B.52. 10.15 a. m.. 1.00. 1.40. 4.10. 6.35.
9.lti aau v.i p. iu.
For Darkwater. at. Clair and Fottsvllle.
7.40, 9.08, 10.68 a. m., 12.62, 3.10, 4.10, 5.28 and o.0U
For Bnclt Mountain, New Boston and
Moreu. 7.40. 9.08. 10.68 a. m.. 122. S.10. 6.26 and
8.(11 n. m.
i or luiveu nun, lenirana, mi. uarmei ana
Uhamnkln, 8.62, and 10,16 a. m., 1.40, 4.4b
and 8.08 p. m.
Trains leave Sharaokln tor Bbenandoah,
75 11.55 a. m., 2.10, 40 and 90 p. m., arriving
at Bhenaudoah, 9.05 a. m., 12.52, 8.10, 6.28 and
11.1a u. 111,
BUNDAY Tit A IN B.
For Lost Creek, Glrardvllle and Ashland,
.50, 9.10 HJifl a. in., 2.45 p. m.
For Datkwater. Bt. Ulalr and PotUvllle,
5.60, 8.00, 80 e . m., 2.45 p. m.
1 rYstesvllle, JiahauoyClty and Delano,
a.w, 11.0U at, iu., i.iu, i.m, o.ud p, in.
For Lony, Audenrled and Hazleton, 8.0X
a- in., 1.40 p. ni:
I'urWouch Chunk. LehlRhton, Blatlntton,
raiSKauqna, Allentown, Kethlehem, autot
aiiuntH lurx, o.w u, m., j.ie P. m.
lor Vhiladelphla, 1.40 p.m.
K. B. BY1NGTON.
Uen'l Paes. ArU, Bethlehem
Pure Ice Cream !
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
Orders promptly attendf d to, Particular at
tention pata 10 liaus, Picnics,
IF. KEITH JkJST
NORTH MAIN BTREET,
Near Corner of.Lloyd, SHENANDOAH, PENNA
ians d Bra,,
Philadelphia and Eeading Bailroad
Time Table iit effect July 10, 1801
TRAINS LEAYE SDENiNDOAH AS FOLLOWS
IKor New York via 1'hllndelphta, week days.
2.10 6.SS, 7.20 a, m. and 12 85 itO and 5.58
t. m. aunnay 2.1U ana 7.40 a. m, For rew
York, -via Manch Chunk, week days. 5.25,
v.., Tin .UHWIJ lUUftl
r.30, a. m. and 12.35 nnd 2.60
Kor Heading and l'lillnrlpinhtA whaIc ttnvs
2.10, 5.25, 7.20, a, m., 12.35 2.M and 5JS5 pi mi
nuuuuy. i.ju ana 7.18 a, m., l.yu p, m,
Kor Iiarrlsburir. wnnlr niavb. 'J itt7.at a. ta..
i,!.0, 8.55 p. m.
cor Auesiown, week aajs, 7.20 . ta., 12.20
.'0p. m. (
-r.or- roiisvine, week flays. 2.10,7.20,8. ra., t
12.35 S.W and 6.55 p.m. Uunday. 2.10 and 7.8
ta , 4.30 p.m.
Kor Tsmaiios and Mahanoy City, week
lays, 2.10, 6.25, 7.20. e, m., 12.35 20 Bind 6.55
v. m. Bunaav. 2.10 and 7.48 a. ni.. 4 'in n. m.
Additional lur Muhanoy City, week days 7.0ft
ror ijancasier ana ixuumuia, woes: aajfl.
r.20a, m., 2.50 p.m.
por wiinamspori, aunDuryana Lowisdurk,
sek days, 8.25, 7,20 and it. 80 a. m 1,35, 7.U0
o. ra. Kunaay 3:21 a. m., 3.05 p. m.
Kor Mahanoy Plane, week days, 2.10 8.25,
25. 7.20 and 11.30 a. m.. 12.K5. 1.35. V6n. 5.55.
7.00 anJ .lft v. ra. Sunday, 2.10, 8.25 and 7.48
a. m, 4.30 i m.
For uiruravnie (Kappanannock Htntlon)
.ik days, 2.10, 8.25, 5.25, 7.20 and 11.80a. m,, 1
12.35, 1 35, i.60, 6,65, 7.00 and w.25. p. m. bunday, i
1U, - il, t. ill,, OA'O, f.OVI p. 111. I
Kir Ashland nnd Ehamoirtu. ireek davs..1 1
W, 5,25, 7.20, 11.31 n 'n 1.33, 7.00 and O.aiY-y
m. rjunuay i.s, b si a. m s.os p. m. lout
THAI NS FOU HJ IEW AtlUOAh ! VV
Loavo New York via i"hllaoolhla. wo6k
Jays, 7.45 a. m 1.30, 4.00. 7.80 p. m 12.16
alghi. Bunday, 6.00 p.m., 12.15 nlynt.
Xieave ivow lors. via jtiaurn chunk, weeC
lays, 4.30. 8.45 n. in., 1.00 and 4.00 p. m.
Ieave 1'hiludoJr-hla. wees davs. 4.10. slid
10.00 a. ni. 4.IX) and 11.00 p. m., irem Broad
-tud Uallowhill and 8.3.) a. m. and 11.30 p. m.
from Vthano ureen oireels. Bunday 0.05 a.
m n.'iu p. m, rrom via nr ..-imjii
Leave Heading, week, days, 1.33. 7.10. lu.tfc.
nd 11.60 a.m.,
i n.tu. 1
, 7J57 p, in. uuuday 1.3o ana
Leave PotUivllle, wetfc days, 3.40, 7,40 a. m,.
Wj. 6 11 D. m. Hundar. 2.10. 7.00 a. xa. and
jjave "A'ainaqua, wet-K aays, s.vu, 8.48 ana
ii u. m 1.21. 7.13. aud VM n. m. Bunrtay S.iO
7.43 . m. and Z60 p. m.
aavo mauanoy ijiiy, weeK aays, .iu, tuc
and 11.47 0, m 1.61. 7.42 and 8.41 u. m. Hun.
day, 3.46,8.17 11. m., 3.2J p, m,
lieavo Mahanoy i'latie, week days, 1M3, 4.10
a.50, U.S0. U.tB H. m.,l.f.5, 2.C0. 5 20, 6 W, 7.57, an-9
m no t m. Bandar 2.4.1. 4.W). and 8.17. a. ta.
3 37, S.01, p. m.
xA-ave uiraruviue tivappanannocK ciaiionf
rrerk days, Z47, 4.G7, 0.36, and 9.41 a. m 12.0.1,
I '2, 5.?, 6.32, 6.03 and 10.06 p. m. Bunday, 2,47.
0:, t S3 A.m. 3.41, 6.07 p. in.
ixiave Wllllamsnort. week. davs. 3.00.9.4.5 autl
ll.f5 a. m. 3.35 aud 11.15 p. m. bunday 11.15
For Baltimore. Washington and the west
via B. at O. It. It., through trains leave Ulrard
II A. venue station. Philadelphia, (P. el It. K. K.)
Hai .io, dui anu ii.it a. m,,i.m, 0.00 an
7.23 p. 10, Bunday, 4.18 8.02 11.27 a. in., 4.24
.00 anu .zip. m.
l.ave thlladelnhla. Chestnut Street Wharl
na eJouth Btreet Wharf.
IT01- Atlantic City. M
Weelc-davs Exnrcdr. 5.15. 8 00. 9.-00. 10.45 iV.V
ra.anal.tr. (Haturdnyi, only. 1.80). 2.10. 3.00. '71
3.30, .!-, & 00. u.uu v. m. Accomaiodaiiou, 7 4U
a. m., 4.1J. udu(i. va,
mti!Ois4. uixpress, 6 15, 7.00, 7.30, 8.00, 8 31),
9.00,0.30 a. in. anil 4 30 p. in, Aocoauunuiuun
8.00 a. in. and 4.45 p. iu.
lleturamc. leave Atlantic Cltv. dent
lletummg, leave Atlantic City, depot corner
vrientlosnd ArltapwiR nvennps. woelt.nsii
Express, 7.00, 7.30, 8 00, 0.00, 10.00 a. m. an J 3 15,
4.uu, 0.3U, n.3, ..iu, m p. m. Accon
00.8.10a.m. and 4.;i0n m. Bnndavs-Kx-
prensp 3 30, 4.00, 6 Oil, 0.00, 15-30, 7-00, 7.30. 8.00, 9.30
p. m. Accommouaiion, v.iHi a. m., d.uo p. m.
K3. w. xasj-tcuue., ueu 1 i una r ahh
a. A. MotiEOD. J'res. Ue- ,'1 Muuaier.
On ana altn September 1, 1891, (rami milt lean
nnmunaoan as lououit:
For WlEuan. ailberton. FraoSvllle. Meiy
Jastle, Bt. Clair, and way points, COO, 9,13
a m ana 1,10 p m.
Kunaays, uiu, v.iua m ana 3.iup m.
For l'otuvllle. 8.00. 9.10 a m and 4.15 1 m.
tiundsys. Goo, 9.40 a m and 3.10 p m,
For Keadln, 8.00, a m and 4.16 pir.
Bandays, 600,0,40 a.m. and 3.10 pm.
For Pottslown. Phoenixville. Norristowri
and I'hlladelphla (Broad street station), VM, ,
. m. ana 4. 10 p in weea aays
nundays, m, 9.40 a m 8.10 p m
Trains leave Frsckvllie lor Bhenandoah at
10.40 ara and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m, Bnndays,
11.18 a m and 5.40 p m.
Leave Poitevllle lorOhcnando&h. 10.15 ana
11. fj. a Ei 7.15, 9.42 p m. Bundays, 10.40 a ta
5.15 p m.
Lieave rniiueipnia (.nroaa sireti R.Aiioni,
for lottvllle and Bhenanrloah, 5.67, 8 Si a ro"
1 .nonMAn 111 vpnV davH. HntiilssHM. nmr
V.2S am , 41ft,
IfUlx.cn .ti.n. t.t", u,o, v, fssa.
9.208.3U il.50.ll.00andll.14, 11.35am. 12.00 noomi
DornewyorK, 3.ai, 4.06, 4.411, 5.85, .w, 7,sm7)
208.3U i.50.11.00andll.l4.11.35am.l2.00noom, '
(limited os-'rens, 1.08 4.50 p in.) 12.21 12.44, 1.40,
2.3C, 1J0, t.02 5, o,tl.2), 8.50 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 p.
m, r.ui meat.
rn Honuays. 4.05. 4.4ti. fi.85. s.iz. 8.S0. 9.50.
1135 ., to. nnd 12 21, 12 41, 2 30, 4.02, (limited-
i.m, fi.ai, 21. m - , 's h,. ui and 12.01 night
For Bea Girt. Lorn-Branch nnd Intermedials
stations 4,05, 6.50, 8.25 and 11.39 a. m 5.40, 3.30,
4.10p.m. weekdays. Htturdays only 5.00 p.
1. ounaay. i.uoanas j a. m.
For liftlifmoro and Washington, 3.60. 7.20,
10 and 11.18 a. in.. 4 41. 6.57. 7.10 n.m. aud 12.0S.
night dally ant! 8 31, 10.20 a. in., 12 35 (!' lulled
express with dining car lollaltlmore) 1.30, 8,18.
d. m. week days. For .Baltimore only 2.02. 4.01
wees davs. 6.08. 11.80 n. in. dallv.
i-or iiicnmoou, 1 -u a.m. aua izxa nignv
dallj'i 1.30 p. m. ually, except Bunday.
irins leave narriaunrK lur I'liifcourc ana
the west evory 0.ay at '".'55 and s.10 ti m aud
'.00 (limited! and 3.40. 8 30. 0.35 n 111. Wav for
Altonwi -.am and 4.10 p ni every day.
For rntBburr 0111 v. 11.20 a m rlanv ami w.'ja
v m week days.
iieave ennDnry ior wimomsnori. jsimirs.
Cnnaudalgua, llocbester, Bullaloand Niagara
rniiU; o.iu am anuy, anu i.n pm wcoe asy.
For atkInB, 6.80 p m week days.
Fur IXrlo and intermediate points, 6.10 a mi,
dally. Kor Lock Haven, 6.1O. and 9.66 a m.
dally, 1.42 and 6.30 p. m. week days. For
Kenovn 6.10 a m 1.42 and 6,30 p ni week days.,
HAM. e. l-uuti, j. It. WOOD,
Hen. Atan'r ueu. Sua. Alt,
Tr-ILMINGTON & NORTHERN It, It,
utmetaoie mined May, 10, 1831.
Trains leavo Heading (!', & It. station) ol
Glbrallar, Beyfert, Biratboro, Joanna, Bprlne;
fleld. Wavnesburtr Junction. Cnat-sville.W.;s
WUmtnKton and lulermedfale stations, da
uoueiuiu u uiiuiiuil, 11, at J. J UULlIUir fjaj
except Bunday, at 8.25 and 8.30 a.m. audi.'
p. 111. Bnnday only at 3.05 p. 111. V ,'
For Warwick, Ht.Feterk and lnlermedlate
i-tatlons.dally except Bunday, at 0.20 a.m., and
o.iv p. 211. cuuuuy uuiy 0,10 a m.
For BlrdEboro and Intermediate stations.
Baturday only, at 12 m,
For Baltimore and Washington (B. & O. It,
K.) dally except Bunday nt 8,25 nud 8.80 a. m.
and 8.16 p. m. bunday only at 3.05 p. m.
xrnms arrive at Keuaine (r, it. niauonj
Irom Wilmington, U. i O. Junction, Mout-
cuamu, uuaaasioia junction, west iviiehinr,
Lenare, Coatesvllle, Wayneebnrg Junction,
BprlngQeld.Joanna, Bltdsboro, Gibraltar, Bey
fert and Intermediate stations, dallv excenl
Bunday at 10.20 a. m. 6.62 aud 8.17 p. m. Bun-
ay only at 11.1 a. in,
FramBt. Peters. Warwick and Intermedials
einiions, uany excern r4unaay. at 8,24 a. m.
and 2.25 n. I
na p. m. ounai
Bunday only at 8 p. m.
From Blrdsboro and Intermediate stations.
rsHiuruuy uuiy ui i.iu p, in.
cept Bunday, 10 20
athltigton aud Baltimore, dally ex-
111. 0.1a ana ts.iy p. m.
Bundav only at 11.24 a. m
A. G. MCOA UBLAND, Bupt.
We, the undersigned,
are entirely cored ol
nurture by Dr. J. B.
MAYER, 831 Arch Bt- Phlia. Thomas B.
Harlunsr. New lllnirenld. Pa.. I. Bar-rtt. Boutb
Kast.m, Pu.. I.. 1. & C. A. Dcturck, Oley, Pa,
it. G. Bianlev. 421 Bnruce St. Ibanon. I'n.. A
Bchneider. Locmt Dale, Pa.,D, B. Noll. Lime-
Pa.. W. M. Lflnbach.' 824 VachlDslon Bt..
lteaaing, ra., J. u. i.yine. laiu w. unwaru mi.,
Harrlsbnrg, l'a., O. Keehn, Dounlassvllle, Pa.
Dr. MAYER Is at Hotel Penn, Reading, l'a..
on the 2nd Baturday ol each month.
T-T. R- IiRICKER M D-
. OIAN AND SLRCtEON$
NoiOEast Centre Btreet; Mahanoy Clty.W .
turn ana ail speoiai aueases a specialty,