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. rhyslclnn Appeals to Mm I'nllco After
I'll) hitf Out (JO.OOO,
' New YortK, Sep. 17. The se-juel to ttio
proceotilngi in court rocently, when Dr.
JJenson w. Felilmnn was onVavil to ro
duco Kntle Uella Malkahowlt-. on a . rlt
of habeas corpus, came out In the To '..s
Court, when It (leTBlopt'd t t tho ,.iij
tctnn linil bmti the victim ot a bl.i'Ic
mall scheme In which ho hail bern roi-fH.il
of $0,000 iniiihi of eighteen months, llo
does not deny that ho to k the girl to a
house of 111 repute, but says siio wes iier
faetly willing to go. It was the ous om
of her employer. Simon Tll'-erfi'.-'n,
n olonk manufacturer of 1627 Mai. loon
avenue.to Instruct hi girls to notify him
us noon ns they made thvftciUitilnnce of
men of means mid he has bicn black
mailing MVfrftl victims through tliU
He followed the doctor and demanded
$100. He got thW money ami signed a
receipt promising to keep quiet. Ifo did
not keep quiet but compelled the doctor
to pay hush money to the family of the
girl and was also forced Into n promise
to set up liur lover In business.
The girl has been lending ii fust life,
and lent herself willingly to the black
mail. The doctor had to estnbllsh her In
luxury to keep her from telling his wife,
but the demands on his purse became so
frequent that he mado a clean breast to
lior. She forgave him, and detectives
who were hired to run down the conspir
acy, nrrested Tllborstoln. The oloitk
maker was held In 1,000 to answer.
There will be more arrests soon, a lawyer
also bolng In the conspiracy.
Sl'UNT HIS WIFE'S MONEY
She Now Hum for Dlrorco an tlie Ground
uf lnhuinnu Treutment
Nkw Yomt, Sop. 17. Robert II. Mc
TJrlde, the Dakota nowspnper man, who
Is the defendant In a suit for dlvoroo at
Trarlo du Chiou, Wis., U well-known'
Tho plaintiff, Nina Linn MoBrldo, Is a
daughter of the late Gonernl Sturtjes ot,
the regular army, and was loft $2,000,
000 by her first husband, Col. II. Ii.
Dausmnn of Milwaukee.
Mcllride and Mrs. Uausmon woro raar
Tlod seven yoars ago, and Immediately
went to Now York. There McBricle be
came n personal friond of Gov. Hill, and
during four yoars residence In Now York
cut a wldo swath, spending his wife's
She became suspicious of his attentions
to a New York woman and put a detoo
tivo on his traok. A separation ensued.
Tho complaint agalnist McBrldo Is alleged
cruel and Inhuman treatment.
SLAVIN'8 OFFER TO SULLIVAN.
lie Is Willing to Most the Chnmplon for
82.1,000 ll Slit".
New Youk, Hep. 17. l'rank Slavln has
written to the Police Gazetto expressing
willingness to meet John L. Sullivan,
for $25,000 B?!'Ie, the Pojico Gazetto belt
nnd the championship of tho world.
Hu savs he will toss for choice of battlo
ground, which will bo either America or
"England. . . ..
If tm iMa vpa ri fnvnrnhtn rnnlr to this
nronosltlou he will forward articles at
. . - - . . i
once, and post any resonablo aniouut to
"bind a match.
ni:ws of tiu: day.
W'hent and llouor nro cheaper in Chill
than in Ban Francisco.
The Iiowiloin Collego fixpedltlon left
Halifax to-day for fiocklaud, N. S .
Tho Tennessee Senate has killed the
bill to Abolish tho Convict Lease System
in that Stato.
Thirty deaths havo occurred at Shelby
tIUo, Ind., within tho past 43 hours,
caused by dlphthorla.
Chaunt-ey M. Depow nrrlved In New
York on tho steamer Teutonic at 9 a. m.
Ho was welcomod by a hundred or more
of his friends.
Mrs. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. McKos
nd tho President's two grand children
are at tho Woodland Park Hotel, Auburn
' Washington, Sep. 17. For Now Enstlandt
Fairs varlablo winds; stationary temperature
ou tho coait, warmor In tho Intorlor. i" BJ
Tor Eastern Now Yorkt Fair; slightly warm
er; winds shlftlna to southerly.
For Now Jcrsoy: Fain stationary tompcra
turo, varinblo wlnd3.
For Western Now Yorki Warmer; generally
dean southerly winds.
NKW YOUK MA11K12TS.
Nkw YonK. Sop. 10 Money on oall easy
loaning at 3 and 4 per oont.
4Wt, 1K01 Heir 10014
iiii, 1801 Coup lOOfj
4 8, 1W7 Keg 1WI
4 s, 10U7 Coup UH)i
CfiniLdlnu I'aclflo HO
Central Paclllo 321;
Cblougo. Ilui & Qulnoy uu
IJcluwiirc & Hudson 13U
Del., Luok. & Western 143'
Xxiuls. i Nash 78
Michigan Central loo?
ilissourt l'acltlo..., .... 73
Now Jersey Central iiom
Wostura Union 84
Corn opened weak, but rallied before olostt,
tio. 3. mixed. 73; Oot. 03m Doe, CD,
Oats Fairly aotlvo and steady. No. 3.
lnxi 3lallv4: Oot. 314.
WlioutMavket onoand strong and at qlnte
wiuloidi No. 3, Hod winter, 10 ll Oot.
10014; Deo. 108.
Cn-amcry. Btata& I'onn.. oxtra.34Uaa33Uo.
Croamery. western, nrsts ,,,31 call o.
Creamery, western, tooonds Is o.aSO o
ttato dairy, n. f. tubs, oxtras... ,3 o,aJ3 o.
N. V. State, now laid, per dot.,,,S0Uo,a a.
l'enn,. now laid 30Uo.a o.
Western a Nortnwostern, good to
pnmo io aiBJl
Jenur ltoao. per bbl, 78al 31
Hwuvt potatoes, v a., caolce , 1 733 ud
fcprlng chlokeni. choice. largo per lb,, 1 mat?
spring oiilcae i. uruno all
i owls, Jerwy, Mate x i-a., por lb nU
U'urkers. mlxod u eights, txr tb, 13 atl
UpV cbk'i, i'blla., 3io3 lbs to pair.., ,17 alS
fid. (Del,, yellow, choloe, por bask,,
Aid, L Deln rd rrwlt. oduwo, Oasn,.,,
Jetwfi primt Per (Mitoi,
el, tboisa. Mr crate., ,,, o
liiwiauioi, iMrniw,..i,,,i zva xa
' . . .. 1 - . . . . : .
lytyik ot UOUaud flppla, P d..u.U.lr M U
ciiurtiiKii hib 'Xvirira'BKULL.
llrutnl Asinult by a Drunltou Miner, Who
Trio to Commit Suicide
WlLKsnAunn, Pa., Sep. 17. Danlol
Roberts, a minor, residing In George
town, committed a most brutal assault
upon his wife early In the morning while
In a drunken frenr.y.
He strnck several blows with his fists
and tho woman fled to tho streot. He
followed her, and when in the roadway
he picked up a huge stone and struck her
upon tho hoad, crushing her skull. She
ran back into tho house and fell uncon
scious upon the floor. Here the brute
picked up a basoball bat and dealt hor
several blows upon the1 head and body.
Tho woman was in a frightful oondltlou
when found by neighbors some tiiuo
later, and cannot lecover.
Roberts was arretted. While on his
way to jail he made an unsuccessful at
tompt to commit suicide.
AN ANCIENT WRECK.
Ulscorvry of n Sunken Ship of tho Ttmo
oMIonry tho Kiglith.
A most interesting discovery has, ac
cording to tno Intorior, been mado at
the old Cinquo Port of Sandwich. Tho
Htour, n river which has, perhaps, moro
frequently changed Its course than any
other ISnglish river, lias lately entered
an old channel near Its confluence with
I'og-woll bay, laying bare a wreck which
has probably occupied Its present posi
tion for several centuries. Tho vessel
is ono of foreign build, nnd tho wood Is
In a fair state of preservation, owing to
tho fact that it lias for many years been
entiroly ombedded In tho sand. On In
spection It would nppour that, from
tlmo to tlmq, various attempts had been
mado to out down tho wreck, but tho
hull of tho vessel Is as yet pretty nearly
Intact. It is a matter of local history
that a little over thrco hundred years
ago, In tho reign of Henry VIII., an
Italian vessel, belonging to ono of tho
popes, sank at tho entrance of tho thoD
nourishing port of Sandwich. Tho sand
silted round It, forming a great bank,
and blocking up tho entrance to tho
haVen, nnd It is recorded that, from this
date, tho prosperity of Sandwich aa a
seaport greatly declined. It is believed,
with some show of reason, that tho
ancient wreck now discovered Is Identic
al with tho papal Caryko, or Carrlck,
which sank at this spot In tho reign of
Misled by Shakespeare
Tho late Maj. Uarttolot, who was
Wiled In Africa, was educated at Rug
by, where ho is still remembered as tho
hero of a funny schoolboy blunder.
"What is tho meaning of tho word
'adage?' " was tho question which was
being asked by tho master. Various
shots wero mado of tho usual wild de
scription, when It camo to young
Uarttolot, who, without hesitation, ro-
pneu: a pinco to put eats into."
wlin a ns miioli mvisttflol no (Vin met
who was i
. j-- . ,
cal eu 'um "P at tno enu ot tno lesson
turn uaivuu 'iiuu vulu imu iuu ouuu UU
idea Into his head. "Well, sir," said
Uarttolot, looking very much Injured,
"doesn't it say In Shakespeare: 'Like
tho poor cat in tho adage?' "
An Alabama girl actually laughed
herself to death. After tho laughing,
which was provokod by a funny hap--
poning to her brother, had lasted for
somo tima, tho parents advised her to
stop, but sho couldn't They then
throw cold water on her, but as this had
no effect they sent for a physician,
lie arrived to find tho girl unconscious,
and In a few minutes she died from ex
haustion. There may he Borne pro'ty warm
days expt'Otfd yet before autumn
settles down to work.
should bo displayed In buying raTV
sine abovo all things. In selecting a
remedy for any disease, you should be
positive that it contains nothing labo
rious to the health. Many remedies
on the market leave the patient in
much worse condition, than befcoe
Is purely vegetable, nd perfeetry
harnilcBs; the most delicate child cam
tako It with absolute safety. It contains
co mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet It never falls to core tka dis
eases it Is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases fre,
Swift Speclflo Co., Atlanta, Oj
la and will over bo tho
h A n a btt. U H ut. ii rSA m b tt Ja Eva V?&J
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprairs, &o
Tlf.forn von aeei to cny, ortala
m.EKe nc r.WARflPfll
itis vfksl'sbooki "Qnlde to Hfalth,witl,
enaoreeniouis 01 promiuoat jjujbuiiuu ,
, 310 Broadway,
's key Ttstr.
Prize Medals ADarded I
rr ti 1 .1. , . li t a
Nnrsmberf. Koniteltti LslDilo.
50 Oonts a bottle, For Solo by 8
X. X O. ICIllLIN,
rSXTt. V fl
BASE BALL 8COR-3.
Tb Now York dlantt Loio Two Osmtl
tu the rittsburgs.
Boston 0 0 0 g 1 1 1 1 J- 7
Chicago 1 00100OU0-3
Iinttorloa Nlokolsand Bennett: Hutchinson
Clevclnnd.,., S 0 0 8 0 0 1 8 0-11
Philadelphia 0 0400000 0-4
Uattorlos-Vlau nnd Zlmmcr; Kcefo anil Gray.
SECOND OAM U.
Philadelphia 0 0010000 1 a
Clovolatit 0 3140030 x U
Ilnttcrlos Thornton and Gray; Grubss and
Brooklyn O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Cincinnati 0 00000000 0-a
nattorlos-Lovott and Dally! Crano and liar,
Brooklyn ,..3 8030000 0-4
Cincinnati, 0 1000010 x-f)
Batteries Lovott nnd Daly, Foutz and
Dolly: Mullanoond Hsrilugtou.
AT NEW TOltIC
Now York 0 0000000 0 0
PiUsburn ,.0 0110000 x- 3
IJnttorles -Tuylor and Buckleyi Baldwin and
Krvr York 0 0010000 01
I'ltlsburg 1 0034000 X- 7
I!atterio3-C0U3hlnn and Durroll; King and
National League ltooord.
CMhK tTnn. IaiU Ct
PlttBburir.6) UT .440
Clufju. ITon. fcot. CI
Chicak-o... 70 45 .08
Doston TO 50 ,58J
Now York.' 3 60 .634
l'hila'ptna.Ol S7 .S17
Cleveland. M 09
American Association Games.
Columbus 0 00510010 0-7
llnston ,..0 0900S310 1-8.
Ilnttcrlos Gastright, Knell and Donahuei
Uaddouli and MurpUy.
Milwaukee. ,0 1 8 0 0 3 1 1 0-11
Ualtlmaro 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0-4
Iiatterloa Uwyer and Vaughn; Madden and
Louisville 0 1 '0 10310 x G
Wuhiugton 0 0000000 0 q
Ilatterles Foreman and McOulroj Meaklm
AT ST. LOUIS.
SU Louis 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 4-10
Athletics 3 0300001 0-7
Battorlcs StlvetU and Boyloi Tfoyhlne and
American Association Reeord.
iautx. ITon. timt. Ct
liMton.,,.83 37 ,X)2
Ut. LOUU..7S 41 .034
llaltimoraOO 54 ,"50
Allilctio..05 58 .533
nuix- iron. UwA. C(
Oilumbus.. 0U .461
Ullwauk'0.64 08 .443
Lou'vlll0. 43 79 .353
Wash'ton,.40 78 .339
Lebanon 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 34
Albany 3 0000000 0-3
Ilnttcrlos Meal and Kurz; 1'rlckcn and
Troy 0 103000004
Buffalo 3 0000041 0- 7
Battorlcs llrahan and Murphy and Wcllsj
CoilUaa, German and McKcough.
A HOLD FORGEll AltllKSTKD.
llo llorrautled n Society by lloporttne
Elizadeto, N. J., Sep. 17. Charles
llerthold, forotnnn in tho Singer sewing
machine factory, and secrotnry for tho
German Machinists' Society of New York,
has been arreted here, charged by tho
officers of the society whloh pays a sick
benefit of defrauding it of over 1,000.
Berthold's plnn was to report n momber
ill nnd got a check drawn from the order
for tho amount alleged to be due at tho
rato of 0 per weok, cash th? cheok and
pocket the money. lbe plan has been
working successfully slnco 18d7. Of tho
seventy members In tho Elizabeth branch
of tho Order ho has defrauded thirty-six.
His operations were confined to Elizabeth,
hough tho Order has. branches In Now
nrk, DrooUlyn and llobokou.
MKT A TEUIIIIILE DEATH.
Tlmbonnrn Fall 150 Poet IVhllo
Working In a Colliery
WiLKEsnATtr.E, Pa., Sep. 17. Morgan
Jones and William Jones, tlmbormen,
In No. 5 colliery of N. & H. Company in
Plymouth, wore Instantly killed at noon
by a fall of 160 feet.
They had been working In tho slopo
during tho morning, after the works had
been shut down for three wooks. The
carrlago was outot order an old hoist
ing ropo was being used. Attaching a
sling to this by means of a chain thoy
gavo tho signal to hoist. When up tho
shaft ISO foot the rope parted and they
fell, the bodies being terribly mangled
by striking the framework ot tho old
hoisting carrlago directly underneath.
Morgan Jones leaves a widow and
three children, and William Jones was
May Cause n Water Famln.
Jersey City, Sep. 17. The men on the
water works in this city, owing to tho
neglect ot tho committee on concurrent
resolutions of tho Board of Flnnuce to
pass the payrolls, have not received their
money for several mouths. Thoy gave
notice If they did not get what was
due them thoy would, b.foro tho end of
tho weok, stop w rk. This would mean
a wotor famine fur Jersey City.
Two Llvo4 L'ist In (ho Fire.
Kew York, Sen. 17. It now seems,
likely that two lives wjro lost In the
burning of the old Commerc'nl Adver
tUor building at Fulton a ul Nassau
streets. John Audelman, ngeil C, who
had an ollice lu the building is mlislng,
as la also liU con, Iouls, aged 83.
Child Ilurnvd to Ilcalh.
Daltimoius, Sap. 17. August
tleath llne, aged 8 years, was bur nod to
to-day, nnd a sister, Tlllle, nnd n
old baby, wore badly burned. The ohll
dreu wero left alone at thair houn while
tho mother carried their father his dlu-
Trampled hy a Vicious Mustang.
Elizabeth, N. J., Sep. 17. John Jor
don's daughter Mary, aged 10 yoars,
was knocked down, bit and kicked by a
vicious mustang during the forenoon.
The child may die. Its mother bravely
drove off th beast by the use of . boiling
tiled From Tlmlr Injuries.
OAMDUK, Me., Bop. 17. The wlto nod
child of Samuel Dyer, who wero so
severely burnod by a Are In their house
yesterday, died from their Injuries.
ami 11111,1) 11'
As a I'lcnnnt and
tQectlTo Cathartic use
Atl Cnsollcltpil Compliment.
Dr. Dlnlcs (tho family physician) I'm
afraid your wlfo Is In a very serious
condition, Mr. Tanglo.
Tnnglo That's just what I've thought
for somo time, Dr. Illnlts, and I'vo been
telling her all along that sho ought to
havo a better doctor. llunsoy'd Weekly-
A Drenry lropect.
First Tramp (glancing over o bit of
paper) Say, Mllto, hero's a now soclor
ty a-startln' up, tor furnish work for th'
Second Tramp Things is gettln' bo
there ain't no comfort for n gentleman
nowhoro. N. Y. Weekly.
A Uenlthy Patient.
Young Moneybags Doctor, I want
you to proscribe me n trip to Nowport.
Doctor1 And for what dlseaso will
that bo a euro?
Young Moneybags Why,- for a long
ing to go to Newport, of course. Mun
Palled Iloth Ways.
"Barrows lacks decision. IIo never
goes ono way or tho other."
"Whnt could you expect? Ho has a
porous plaster on his back nnd another
on his chest." N. V. Sun.
A Poor lleoommenilatlon.
Salesman Now this carpet, madam, '
Mrs. Muldoon Indadel an' how In
tho worruld would I get tho dust out of
it? Munscy's Weekly.
Tho Leader or the Pair.
Grafton (to Baboony, with big dog)
I eawn't see why you go 'wound with
thnt mohstwous beast.
Baboony I don't, deah boy) ho goea
'wound with me. Judgo.
The wrong way,
with Catarrh, is to Btop it without
curing it. Tho poisonous, irrita
ting snuffs, strong caustio solutions,
"creams," balms and tho liko may,
perhaps, palliato for a time. But
thoy may drive tho disease to tho
lungs. Tho wrong way is full of
Tho right way is a proved ono.
It's with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rem
edy. It cures, perfectly and per
manently, ly its mild, soothing,
cleansing and healing properties,
tho worst casc3 of Chronio Catarrh.
It has proved itself right, thou
sands of times, when everything
elso has failed.
And this makes its proprietors
willing to prove that it's tho right
thing for yoit, no matter how bad
your case or of how long standing.
If thoy can't euro your Catarrh,
they'll pay you 500 in cash.
Thoy mean it.
They're certain of thoir mediJ
Bank Countors, Tyler Systom, Port
ablo, Unequnlod In Stylos,
Cost and Finish.
160 rsct Cstalosne r CouBlm, Dki tu., UIutrstMla
Colori. noflti, fret Toilafs liCvnti.
Also Trier's Itorri
ORIce Desks and Type
writer 4'ulilnets, KOO
Hl lei. Best and cheap
est on earth, with great
reaunion in prices.
IS!) Klaloii Vrtfi.
Tutl!! 1'i Cti. I nil IUI or
Dc.W, Chain, TsUri, Hook
Catti, Catlnala, lsal Dlaak
Calilt-tt, tie., atwaja la auk.
Surclal verb nada to ordar.
TIliKlt 11 l:.Slil CO., Ht.I.oula, Mo.,V,S.A.
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
EBflCT l IOHM 1 MATCH1ISS IS WJB1
S LUious vara ma snalaou for aiajwatt ma p tbat
puny Dojaai oirta vara pat la deato.
ETsrr UAH csa ts BIBUNO
sad VI00B0US la all raipacts.
YQUNQ MEN OR OLD,
laffcrlDg from NEBV0UB DB
EI LI XT. L-ife or Pillini llt.n-
fcoo4, fhr-icsVl ExectiM, UmtU
Worry, Bt-ntcd DvIepmnt, or
fc-T PERSOHAL WEAKMESS, c.a t
rtitor.d ta PEttFEOT HEALTH titd
tb MOBLB VITALITY ot STBOHQ
MEN, tbt Frtdo -(V favor of N-Uoni.
We claim by years of practice by
t paiiubiyh iiieiiiutia uuuuriu
xauHorgLx ur budoebb" in treat-
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m0Ji AOictiotnof Uon. Testlmonlftlb
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Cures dyspepsia, stomach
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liver or kidney diseases. In
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skin affections and tho more
violent blood troubles.
Effects aro immediate and
Cold at Klrlln's Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa.
Your trade Is what we
This ts how we propose
to get it.
By selling you a first
class article; byselllugyou
for less than others; by
polling you furniture, an
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machine or anything else
hi the line of houtehold
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Lehigh Valley Railroad.
AEEANaEMENT OP PA68ENQEK TEAIKS.
-MAY 10, 1S91.-
I'flJtnanppr trains will Iqqta KVionanrinnVi fr-v
tUQUcn (;uudk, Lebigaton. siatlneton. Uatu-
Tnuiiuu, Aiicuumu, uciuieucjii, xuttuiAju, x ml1
adelphla aud New York at 6.47, 7.40, 8.08 a.m.,
I62,ai0, 5.28 p.m.
For Belvldere, Delaware Water Gap and
Utroudsburg at 5.47, a. xn., and 5.26 p. ra.
For Larabertvllle and Trenton, 0.08 a, m.
For White Haven, Wllkes-Barre and Pitts
ton 5.47, 9.08, 10.41 a. m 8.10 and 5.20 p. m.
For Tunkbannock, 10,41 a. m 3.10 and 5.20
For Auburn, Ithaca; Geneva and and Lyons
10.41 a. in., and 5.24 p. ra,
For Lacaj vllle, Towanda, 8ayre, Waverly,
Elralra, llochesler, liuQ'alo, Niagara Falls,
CblcuRO and all points West at 10.41 a. m.,and
5.2S n. m.
For Klmlra and the Wctt vlaHalamauca at
3.10 p. ra.
r or Auaenriea, uaiieton, niocaion, lam.
her Yard, Weatherly and l'enn Haven Juno
Hon at 5.1 r, 7.40, 8,08 a. m. and 12.52, 3.10 and
For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and Beaver
Meadow, 7.40, 8.08 a.m. and 6.28 p. m,
ForHcrauUmo.t6.47 8.08, 10.41a. m. 8,10 and
5:28 p. m.
For llaila-Urook. Jeddo, Urlfton and Free
land at 6.47?7.40t 8.08, 10,41 a. in., 1153 S.10 and
Fur (luakake at 5.47 and 9.08 a. m., and
$.10 p. in,
For Wlguans, GUberton and Fraekvllle at
5.50 and 11.O8 a.m., and 4.10 p. ra.
For Yatesvllle, Mahauoy City and Delano,
5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, 10.68 a. m.,l62,3.10,5.28, 8,08,
For Lost Creek, 31rardvllle and Ashland,
I. 27, 7.46, 82, 10.15 a. m., 1.00, 1.40, 4.10, 8.85,
8.10 and 6.14 p. m. '
For Uarkwater, Bt. Clair and Pottsvllle,
7.40, 9.08, 10.68 a. m., 122, 8.10, 4.10, 6.28 and 8.03
For Buck Mountain, New Boston and
Hor en, 7.40, 9.08, 10.S8 a. m., 12.62, 8.10, 5.28 and
.03 p. m.
For Kaven Run, Centralis, ML Carmel and
Bhamnkln, 8.52, and 10.15 a. in., 1.40, 4.40
nnd 8.08 p. m.
Trains leave Bhamokln lor Bhenandoah,
7.55 115 a. m., 2.10, 4.80 and 9.30 p. m., arriving
at Shonandoab, 9.05 a. m., 12.32, 8.10, 6.28 and
II. 16 p.m.
For Lost Creek, Glrardville and Ashland,
.50. 9.10 115 a. m.. 2.46 n. m.
For Darkwater. Ht. Clair and PolUvllle,
ItH, O.UIl, VVJ H. 111., 2,44 l. 111.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano,
v.w, aiu a. 111.. i,iv, a,au, o.ia? ii. ui.
For Lolly, Audeurled and Uatleton, i
a ra., 1.40 p. ni!
For Mauch Chunk. Lehlghton, Blatlntton,
.-atasauqua, Aiientown, iietuienem, a smw
and New York, 8.00 a. in., 1.40 p. m;
For Philadelphia, 1.40 p. m.
Uen'l Pans. AkU, Bethlehem.
John R. Coyle,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE BEDDAI-L'a BniLniKO,
Cor. Msln and Centra Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA.
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
l A two and one-half story double frame
dwelling house, with store-room and res
taurant. Located on Fast Centre street.
e A valuable property located on Bout- fur
a Seven dwelling houses at the corner of Gll
Icrt and Lloyd streets. Good Investment,
WE'RE AFTER YOU !
J. P. Williams & Bro.,
Pll i1fifln1r.il in find ftAartinr PnllwAi
Sim Table in efett July 10, JSV1
fRAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOW
for New York via Philadelphia, week dajJ
2. 0 5.SS, 7.20 . m. and 12 83 150 and 6!
. in. DiuiuHj nno. 7.1& a, m. For ut
rrw win i . m .
'.2D. n. m. anil 12 Mnnii n.m. m.
n,i,ett(1!nR 8U1 Pbllftdefnhta week da
2.10, 5.S5, 7.20, n. m., 12.35 WO and 6.55 pi
T"f''1U"BU (.is a.m., am p.m.
5"r Warrleburg, week day, 2.10,7.20 n.
Kor Alleatown, week day. 7,20 . m.
12.3 ' "Jd-W P. in. Sunday, 2,10 at
ay, 2.10, 6.45, 7.20, a, m., 12.3?
linn enn u. t.MM.
2.50 nnd S.lI
Additional lor MnUnnoy City, week days 7.0i
p. m t
Kor Lancaster nnil nninmi.ia
Ham tain m JI
nt in., ll. III.
Iror Wllllannporl. Hunbury and LewlhuriL
fk days. 3.2.;, 7.20 and U.3J a. m.. 1,35, 7if
.lllliunjr O.J M. Ul., O.UQ l, HI.
Mahanoy Wane, ween aa:-, 2.10 3.21
20 and 11.80 a.m., 1,35, 2.60, 6.55
id v ta. Kunday, 2 10, 3,V!5 and 7.4J
7 (VI anrt
a. in. J.C6. 4.30 n. in. '
Kor UlrardvlUe (Ilappahannock Ktatlon)
2-10, .2., 7.48 a.m., 8.15, 4.30 p. m. DlulQRfl
-ur Lbuianu nna QuaxnoKiu, weec oayil
' I J, l.-v-, ...on l x.M, l,W IJI
Uiimlnn 'JtOH nil ' ... ' n nr Mil-
sj-ss uuuuui mwj. a OA Ik, III,, o.XKJ It, US WW I
rUAINB KOH HHKNANJJOAH . i
Xieavo evr Xortt via I'hlladelplila, Wnul
lays, 7.45 a. ta., 1.30, 4.00. 7.30 u. m.. Lch
Bnnaay. 8.00 p.m.. 12.16 nlent. J
Leave We York via Maucb Chunk, weeJ
Leave PlUlndelplila, wees days, 4.10, am
10.00 a. m. 4.00 and 6.00 p. m..ri m Brua
uu uiiiuwniu ana b.3o a. ni. ana 11.80 p. lrf?
m. 11.1ft YV m frfl-.-, Oil. nA .j-. I 1
JBTe lleudliiR, week days. 1.35. 7.10. lu.
snd 11.50 a. m., 6.55, 7.57 p, m. Sunday 1.35 an
Leave Pottavllle, week days, 1.4V, 7.40 a. m
'IWj.all p. m. Bunday, 2.40, 7.00 a. m, an,
X ifi 0. tu.
maV6 Tamaqua, week flays, 8.20, 8.48 aL
u h. iu., i.al, i.ia, nnu a.xo p. m. ounoay
7 43 .. m. and Z60 1). m.
usavo Mahauoy Olty, week days, 8.40, 8. 1
1 ud 11.47 a. in., 1.51, 7.42 and 8.41 p.m. Haifi
Leave Mahanoy 1'laue. week davs.2'41.4.C
un O W 1 1 n t. 1 I1K o IV! n.nn atya n
i'W o. m. Sunday 2.40, 4.00, and 8.H, a. lift.
UUI, U.U1) lltlllt jB
Luave Qlrardvllle (Ilappahannock BtatloJ
week days, 2.47, 4.07, 6.3(1, and 8.41 . in., 12.01
i. u.f v.o, o.uo ana iu.uo p. xn. rjunaay, z,i j
0. 8.33. m. 3.41. 6.07 n. m. I
Leave Wllllanxuport, weet days. 8.00,9.43 ar
n.rxi a. ui. 0.30 sou 11. jo p. in. ounaayii.j
r. m. '
iTor Daltlmore, Washington- and the wti
-ia u. a o. m. it., tnrongn trains leave Glrar
vvenno station, Philadelphia. (P. & K. R. li
t 4.18, Hl and 11.27 a. m 1.84. 4.24, 6.55 an.
l Ul. DLLUU.it y, f ,ib 0.14 ui a, lu.,
..ou .uu p. in.
ATLANTIO CITY IlIVIHION.
Leave Philadelphia, Chestnut Btreet Wha
vkv. ouaiu nireei ynarx.
For Atlantic cirv.
Weeklnys Express, 8 00. 9.00 a.
3.00, ."0. 5(10 p. si. AocommodaUon.7 40i
m. and 4.15. 0 30 m.
1 T r7W
Sanaa. jaxpross, 8.00, 9.00 a. m. A
coninijiMion, b.uu a. m. ana 1.45 p. m.
Returning, leave Atlantlo City, (lepi
Mantle and Arkansas avenue. Vek.a,
Express, 7.00, 7.30, 9.00 a. m. and 3.15, 4.00, 6.:j
.u. iivwiiiimmaiiuu u.VU, O. IU U. Ill, UU
4.S0 p. m. Bundays-Expreos, 4 00, 6.00 p. n
Accommodatlnu, 7.30 a. in. and 6.O0 p. m.
O. U. HAiNCOOK, Gen'l Paas'r As
v. A. UcLEOU. Pres.AUen'l Manaser.
H otiil afltr September 1, liiDl, Walm wilt lu
tinenaiuioah as futtows:
for lgr,an, Ollbt-rton, E'rackvllie, Nol
Oastle, Bl. Olalr, and way points, t.w, Q.i
in and 1.1b 1 m, 1
3undays,ai0,.10aniand i.J0p m.
fot Potlsvlile, 0.0U, a.lUa mand l.lSpn, 1
Sundays, 000, l.4'Ja m and 8.10 p m, I
Kor Heading, 0.U),amand 4.1u pi. 1
Sundays, 000, 9.40 u.m. and 3.10 pm. .
For PotUJtowu, Phoeuixvllle, Worrlstowl
nad Philadelphia (Ilroad street station), CM
s. m. an A 4.15 p in week days ;
nnndays, SOU, 8.40 a ra S.10 p m 1
Tralcs leave Frsckvllie lor Bhonanocah t.
u.lOam and 12.11, 7.42, 10,0b p m. HncdayA
,1.13 um unit 5.40 pci. 7
Lave I'oiuviue iorsueuanaoan, 10.10 uu
11.48, a xn 7.15, 0.42 p m
Bundays, 10,i u i?
Leave Phlladelnbla (Broad street Mminr.'
.'or Potlsvlile and Bhonandoali, 6.57, 8 81 a iV.
4. 0 and 7,00 p m week days.
"II BnnCUiy S. 8.20. 1.05. 4.40. B.35. 8.12. S-kfl.
11 So i ni. itnd 12 21, 1211, 2 80, 4 02, (llmitet
4i, 5 28, s 21. 6 v , . 1 .. - n m ana 12.01 nl?i
For Sea Girt, LoogBranch and Intermedia
stations 4,03, 8.50, 8.25 and 11 30 u. in., 5.10, S.
4. 10 p. m. week days. H Uurdays only u 00 j
Sunday 4 05 and 8 25 a. m.
f or uaitimore ana Washington, 3.50r7.:
0.10 and 11.18 a. m., 4 11, 6.57, 7.40 p.m. and 12
night dally and 8 31, 10.20 a. iu., 12 33 (I1111IM
, 111.. 1. V.UI t.1l 11.111. U U 11 II. 1
express witn atutng car toiiauimorej i.au, 3
p. in. week days. For Baltimore only 2.02, 4.
week days, 6 08, 11.80 p. in. dally.
For Hfcbmoud, 7 20 a, m. aud 12.03 nlgf
uuuy, 1 ou p. uj, uuuy, ejtcepb ounaay.
iT4ins teava uarnsonrtt lor i-uiKonr?
be westeverr dav at 1'l.Snand 3.10 a m ni
.00 illmlted) and 3.4n, 6 80, 9.35 p m. Way ll
itiumuu. i3 u ui huu ii iu every any. t
For Pittsburg only, 11.20 a m dally and HI
ra ween nays. a
Leave hunbury lor Wllllamsrjort. Elm 0
' 'ansndalcua, Rochester. UnQaiound NIokI
mm, d.iii a ra oRiiy, ana i.n p m week usi
"or WatklBS, 6.30pm weekdays.
For Krle and Intermediate Doln
lally, For Lock Haven, 6.10, and 9.E8 al
tally. 1 42 and 5.30 c. m. week data.
ttenova 6.10 am l.2 and 6,30 p m week d:J
liAB. K, PDGU, J. R. WOOD, I
iinii. uan-r uenrass. .
VTriLMlNGTON & NORTHERN R. R.I
T T ....
'ime zaoie in tneei juav. iu. ikui.
Trains leave Reading (P. Alt. slatlonll
Gibraltar, Seyfert, Blrasboro, Joanua, Sprfl
ueiu, vYtayucBuurK juuction, uoateBvuie,
Wllmiueton and Intermediate stations. d-J
except Bunaay, at e.i ana 8.30 a.mismsja J
p. in, nan nay only at a.x p. m.
For Warwick. St. Peters and lm.
statlons,dally except Sunday, at 9.20 a.m..
o.iv p. m. eunuay only o.ia a. m
For Blrdsboro and Intermediate sla
caturaay oniy, at 12 m.
ror isaitimorc ana wasnington ill. a ij
uauy except nunnay aio.ana s4
and 3.16 p. m. Sunday only at 8.05 n. r"
Trains arrive at Reading (P. dc It. t' t
from Wilmington, It. O. Junction. Ml
chanln.Cuaddsrord Junction, West Phel
ienape, uoateaviue, waynesnurif juuci
Snnnefleld.joanna, Blrdsboro. Gibraltar. I
fen and Intermediate stations, dally exl
aunuay at iu.i u. iu. o.oaana o.jf p. ra.
dav nnlv at 11.24 a. m.
From Bt. Peters, Warwick and lnterraed
stations, aauy except, minaay, at Bi
and 2.25 p. m. Sunday onlv at H n. m.
From Blrdsboro and Intermediate statl
catnraay oniy at 1.4U p. m.
From Washington and Baltimore, dalll
cept Snnday, 10 20 a. m. 6.62 ana 8.17 ll
Snnday only at 11.24 a. ra. I
BOWNE88 BRIGUS, Gen'l 1'oss. 1
A. U. JUOUA UHLAND, Snpt.
We, the nnderslsj
are entirely curtj
MAYER. KH Arch Bt.. Phlla. Tliomil
immure ii v nr. .s
Hartung. New ItlDggold, I ., I. Pandt, hi
Easton, Pa., L. P. & C. A. Deturck, Olcyl
11. G. Stanley, 424 Bnruce 8t , Ietianon, f.l
Schneider. Locut Dale, Pa.,D, B. Nolhlj
kiln, Pa., Win. E. Ilaricnstlne, Phoenix I
Pa., W. M. Leiubncll, 621 Washlngtoij
lleadlns.'l'a.. J. a. Lviue. 1310 W. HowarJ
liarrlsburg, l'a., O. Keehn, Douglassvllli
Dr. MAYER Is at lintel Penn. Reading J
on the 2nd Saturday of each mouth, t'f I
E. BRIOKER, M. .,
rjlYXlOIAN AND SlrltQED '
tfnl O Vnmt n.. I . IVI...i. . 15-1 J -I
n'u rvu si iwuii u;inmwi h poo la
H'n. Nov v tyrkr R m I w a an R a rj. m
.'.108.n J.60, 11.00and'lL14',lLS5'ain.Sa! I
A:w. VJ0, .02 5,8Vi.2), 6.5ir7.138.w'andTC(a