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1 BIG CONSPIRACY
How tho Arsonal Pottery
Tronton Yas Kobbcd.
GOODS WORTH $100,000 STOLEN.
Trusted Nephew of the Owner at the
II, Bottom of tho Scheme.
II o Sliilo fllcadlly fnrHlx Tours -Hud Con-fedoi-Htofl
In Now York, I'lillmlelphln
I mid Ohio, Vih llrcn.Tvl tlie Stolon
"Waro iiml Shared tho l'rollts A Nuiu
I livr of Arrest.
Thiwton, N. J., Nov, 10, Tho arrost
of W. W. Sweet, invoice clerk of the
Arftennl Pottery here, brings to light ona
ot the greatest conspiracies known in
F'enttiu slnae tho robbery of Ott nnd
lirewer in a similar manner about ten
fi Sweet had upwards of ten oonfodor
CtB, who were receiving the goods und
disposing of them in other cities at less
than cost to mauufnetnre, and although
the amount taken cannot be exactly
learned owing to the time that the opor
ntlons have been going on, Joseph
Mayer, the proprietor, says that it will
Morris livers and Frank Work Shat
ter of Philadelphia are under arrest
In that city, und Sweet, his wife and
Isaac Levy are behind the bars in Tren
ton, on the charge of being concerned in
Sweet had accomplices in New York,
nnd even as far as Ohio, and tho detec
tives are now watching for proof upon
which to arrest them.
Sweet apparently had entered into n
tig conspiracy with outsiders to ruin
liis employer. According to a state
ment by him he did nut suggest the
thing first, but crockery dealers camo to
liifn and olferud tp divide profits if ho
would send them extra iroods when ibov i
cent an order. It is apparent that if ho
liad not been caught just ut this time
lie soon would have causud tho fullure of
the pottery. Moro than $1,200 worth of
itoods, which wero not entered on tho
Looks, were sent out by him last week.
Sweet's in ,m nor of defrauding Mayer
wait a common one, which would not bo
thought of by Mayer. When an order
would be sont in for $10 worth of goods
Swoet would send it to tho packlngroom
With orders to have it packed. Tho
floods would thon bo shipped and tho or
der roturnud to him. Instead of mark
ing it "shipped" ho would allow it to
lie on his dusk for a day or two, when
his attention would bo called to It, and
lie would again ship the mime order.
Thus would two orders be sent to tho
nnin riorson for tho price of one,
ho has done as often as four times on a
'1 he stealings Inst year amounted to
something enormous, and added to a
number of bad speculations, Involved
Maver heavily lu debt. Muyer called
Ills men together one day ami told them
that ho knew that goods were insap-
nrin frnm the nl.icu. but that ho was
unable to Und out who was stealing
them. Ho asked them if they would
not lot up on him, saying that If they
did not they would ruin him. All pro
tested lnnoconce, but the robberies con
tinued for a time. Then they suddenly
About llvo montliB ago Mayor was in
Philadelphia taking orders for his goods
when he was surprised to see some ware
from his pottory in an auction store.
tt. i i.. i. i,., antii,..
He knew that ho had not been selling
anything in that city, and at once aus
peoted that it was some of the stolen
goods. Ho wont into the plnco anil
quoted the prices on goods of oxactly tho
twitne make, but they Informed him that
they could buy them ut. u price which
Mayor said was sixty cents lower than
lie could afford to make them for. Ho
was compelled after this to sell his
goods twenty per cent, lower than usual
iu order to keep his tfade.
Soon after his discovery of tho goods
In Philadelphia Mayer informed tho
clilef of police of 'Irenton. When tho
etory was told the police could Hardly be
lieve it, but as soon a the detectives got
to work on tho caso they found that
Mayer's etory was truo. Packngos of
goods were shipped to fences iu Now
York and I'hlladelnhia almost dailv and
no one know .of it. At' length two tags
iu Sweet's handwriting wero taken from
two large hogsheads of waro and then
the detectives decided that thoy had tho
right man. The waro was most all
costly, nnd consisted of fino vttsos, urns,
, fancy pitchers and dishes.
Detective Pllger Of Trenton, and De
tective Bond of Philadelphia, arrested
William Eurdley of Philadelphia yester
day afternoon. Up to about a year ago
Eardloy was employed us a packer at the
Mayer pottery. Sweet sayB that Eard
loy put him up to stealing. Eardloy
lias been employed in the wholesale glass
Louse of Wright, Tindall & Thomas in
Philadelphia since leaving Trenton.
I The ltun l'rntitlrally Ovor.
HottTON, Nov. 10. It is stated that
during tho six days of tho run on tho
live Cent Savings Bank $701,170 of tho
deposits wore withdrawn. Everything
is quiet nt the institution to-day, and
the amount of the withdrawals is nyt
more than the avorage. Some of thoso
who withdrew their deposits during the
oxejistineut have again deposited their
funds with the bank. The run is now
A Oonerous Specialist,
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 10 Dr. Luclen
Hows, the famous eye and ear specialist
of this cUv has given his beautiful house
And lot on Delaware avenue to be used
Iorvr for the purposes of a public eyo
end aar hospital for the bene lit of tho
uffHotd poor of the olty. There goes
wlUi the property tho gift of V5,0CM) in
money to be used as a hospital endow
i Heveuty-Sevnn Were Ilrowhed.
' Calcutta, Nov. 10. On Monday last
noyolone passed over the Andaman Isl
ands, situated In the Bay of llongal.
'Jlie steamor Enterprise, belonging to
tho Indian government and used to con
voy prisoners to the islands, was at one
of the ports when the oyclone set in.
The vessel foundered, and of hor crew
of 811 men only six were saved. '
Cut Ills !) Out With a ltntor.
WilkkkuaIiiie, Pa., Nov. 10. Michael
Eegato got into nn altorcatlo n with a
coun'ryuian yesterday The latter slash
ed him about the head with a razor, cut
ting; his eyes out and Inflicting Injurios
which canted his death lost evening.
WIPED OUT THE FAMILY. "
A farm Iliitnl Kills "an OKI JIiin, Ills
AVIfo ami Bon
WlMJAtosTOfiT, Va., Nov. 10. The
visually quiet village of Green, Pike
County, is greatly excltod over a trag
edy enaoted at the home of George I)avld(
an aged farmer, two days ago. Blmou
P. Field, employed on an adjoining
farm, entered the promises of David,
called the latter to the door and blow
the top of his head oil with a load of
Field thon turned on Davld'a wife like
n savage beast, shooting her In the face
nnd beating her about tho head with a
pun. Tho assassin then rushed down
tho farm lane whore he mot a Bon of the
Davids whom ho shot In tho back.
David Is dend and It Is bellevod tho
mother and son cannot live. Field was
arrostcd, token to Mllford and locked
up. Ho claims to have no rocollectlon
of his crime. ,
BIG BARLEY SCHEME.
I.nnd to bo OfT.irml Utirmsa Farraort by a
St Paul, Minn., Nov. 10. Tho Edg
moor Land Syndicate, host known as
tho Barley Syndicate of Chicago, has
succeeded In securlug 250,000 acres of
land in North Dakota, on which, it is
proposed to place German farmers to
raise barley for malt purposes. Thoso
lands have boon purchased In Nelson,
Norman, Tower, Harasoy, Steolo and
These omlgrants will not be tenants
but owners of tho laud, it being sold to
them on easy terms. Tho crops will be
bought by tho oompony nnd shipped to
all points whore there is a demand for
barley for browing purposes.
To 1'otltlnn the President.
Philadelphia, Nov. 10. The Finnnco
Committee of tho City Councils last
night reported a resolution to tho Coun
cils requesting tho President of tho
United States to allow tho Councils'
investigating committee's exports to ex
amine the books and nanors of the sns
ponded Sprluir Garden National Hank.
Acting Secretary Spalding of the Troas-
ury Department, recently refused to al
low this, and the resolution reported is
for tho purpose of asking the President
to overrule tils decision.
IllnU Itnportrd In Ilrntll.
London, Nov. 10. A dispatch from
Rio Janeiro saysi "Riots aro reported In
Rio Grande do Sul. Code telegrams
from that district aro prohibited. Local
dispatches are subject to censorship.
Tho government line to Port Alegro has
been cut. ttrtf
Thoucht to llavo Ileen Murdered.
WiLKEsnAHiin, Pa., Nov. 10. Erlo
Anderson, an aged hermit who lived
nnnv Man Ai. A 1 I 1 I ..
.&J -V,1M, 1UU1111 UUUU 111 111S
hut yostordny. The body was badly
eaten by rnts. His money Is gono and
It is bolieved he was murdered.
Suing For Illvoroe.
Sioux Falls, S. I)., Nov. 10. John
UlcKim Mlnton of tho "Illustrated
."., -' "i , u "--bui,iuu
'r divorco from his wife who is now in
t'10 city to secure n separation from him.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Gen. Horace Boughton, of Texas, died
In Washington yesterday. tHCfe'
Private Secretary Halford has resumed
his dutlos at tho Executive Mansion.
ITI.n nllna- tliA nn fa tiA-
celebratod at Llvadia without much
The young men found guilty of as
saulting Parson Dill at Mofrlstown, N. J.,
I wore fined $50 each
I The Walter Architectural Works of
Cincinnati made an assignment yester
day. Liabilities $90,000.
Gladstone has doclined a bnnnuot ten
dered him by M. Leon Say and other
I Four mon lost their lives in a flro nt
tho Mansion livery stables, Donvor, yos
tordny. A number of horses also per
ished. I Tho tomb of Conntoss Mlraflorl. tho
morganatic wife of tho late King Victor
Emmanuel at Jiome, was forcibly on
terod Sunday night und tho coffln con
taining tho remains was sat on lire.
I Goorgo H. Boyor, tho well known "if.
not-why-not" advertising man, was
i found dead in his ofllco in Chicago yes-
torday. Death was caused by asphyxia
tion from osc.iplng gas. lie had com
WisnmoTox, Nov. 10. For Now England!
Warmer: southerly winds; 1-icrcaslng cloudi
ness and rain to-night.
1'or Eastern New York, Eastern Ponnsyl
vnnla. Now Jersey, Maryland and Delaware!
Warmer; southerly wind; Increasing eloudl-
noss and light rain to night.
For Western New Vorlc and Western Penn
sylvan!: fnerenslng cloudiness and light rolnt
colder by Wednesday.
Ni;V YOUIC MAHKIST9.
New Youk, Nov. D. Money on coll easy at
0 per cenu
ButunUr, i o-Uiiy.
Canadian racltlo 7 - MM
Centrul 1'kuiuc u .n
Ctiloanu. llur. & (Julncy., 00 UO
nMlawuru Jk Hudson .l-4ll 121
DeL Lack. Si Western 1351;
line a i it 7M
l.iiol.ref US Ul(i
Lake Mium t-fc..
Louis 4s Nuh , 7ll 77J1
Jlicliiuu Central 1"S; 103M
Missouri rauinc " ox
New Jersey i entral ll.Iifi 11.1(1
NoitU western 113JJ
Orwoa Nat lirotlon TO 74
I'aaine Mail mi av
bt 1'uui 74VJ
Union l'loldo Ji
Weetera Uuien.. til
WhestMarket opened stronar and remalusTI
so turouKliout aay. No. , red winter closod
10SU-. Dee.. 1104: Jan.. lllU
Corn-Market oienihl llriu and el09ed llrra.
No. a., mliod, lo; Nov., oaxi
Data--Market dull. No. 3. mUod, 38o.354;
Creamery, Htata Js teun.. extras. 23 e.a3Slja,
iruuaiery wesLeru, onu u..-o can
Creamery, western, seconds -J o.ail
Htatuuairy. a. r, tutu. etret,,,.zi c.u-'J
fitatu luotorr. full ureum. Seot. fanor..lO a
j3tat fuoiory. lull cn-uin. Uno. , UaUM
Suite fitotory, full croum, irood to primo8)ia'J
btulo tuotory. cummou to talr. ....... ,,.7HaSH
Hiirlnu-rlilckuns, ch loo, large per bl . 10a
Kiirunr oliiekens. prime.....
: Jowls, Jersey, HtatoJe Pa., per lb,.., 0
I UIIES.SKU 1'out.Tur
1 Turkey, mixed wclvhts, per lb. . ..18
1 Sp'e; chit'.. Polls. a4 IU. to pair,. .110
OYER THE BORDER
Oflicial Koports of tho Inllux
EIGHT THOUSAND ARE COMING.
Secretary of tho TreaBury to Make a
Bpeoial Eoport to Congress-
ICxienslvn fiutufcellnir of Oplnm and Un
liable Goods StnrtllnK; Kvldence from
the MoutinA,Custaius Collector Chinese
Crosslnc the Holder With Impunity
I.nrs;er Appropriations Needed.
WarhIncito.v, Nov. 10. Tho Treasury
Department is in recoipt of oflicial re
ports of recent date from Tronsury
special agents in tho Northwest, giving
testimony of n Btartling nature relatlvo
to the extonslvo smuggling of dutiable
merchandise and opium into the United
States from Canada and British Colum
bia, of evasions of tho customs lows and
of the influx into this country of largo
numbers of Chinamen.
Th expose of tho wholcsslo violations
of tho customs laws and enormous
dep'redntlons upon tho revenues due to
the unprotected condition of the cus
toms frontier, has awakened the Treas
ury Department to the situation. Tho
reports of the special ngents who have
been colled upon to investigate the mat
ter will bo embodied in .1 special com
munication which tho Secretary of tho
Treasury will mako to Congress when
ho asks for an appropriation sufUcleut
to enable him to check tho rapidly grow
ing evil of smuggling.
The United Stntes Collector of Cus
toms for the District of Montana, with
headquarters at Fort Benton, writes to .
Secretary Fostor as follows:
"I beg to inform tho department that
there is an alarming Increase of arrivals
of Chinese, in tho adjacent foreign terri
tory north of hero with tho Unitod
Statu! as their ultimate objective point.
The force in this district at prosent is
totally inadequate for their oxcluslon.
Wo wero fortunate in capturing the Urst
considerable number who made tho at
tempt to enter, but cannot count upon
circumstances favoring us always."
The Collector's referonce to favorable
circumstances relates to tho fact that a
stroke of lightning killed tho smuggler
who was guiding this band of Chinamen
across the prairies, and the poor Celes
tials, without a guide and Ignorant of
the country, walked plump Into tho
Collector's hands, without any effort on
the part of tho customs officers.
Continuing, the Collector says :
"What is required Is a large force of
mounted men stationed at Intervals
along the line of the Great Northern
Hallway In communication by wire
with this olllco. To be materially ef
fective in enforcing tlio provisions of tho
Chinese Exclusion not, there should bo
established four now stations besides
Sweet Qrnss (at present the only sta
tion upon tho Montana border) namely,
one at lilaokfoot, where tho lloth mer
idian crosses the railroad; one at or near
where the llltti crosses; one at UIHnooK,
on tho 100th, und ono ut Poplar Creek,
between the 105th and 100th meridians.
At these points prominent roads or trails
cross tho border and are at such dis
tance as to be independent of each other.
These stations should be supplied
with three mounted mon, together with
a set of'harness and buckboard bo that
inspectors may be enabled to carry pro
visions and bedding for a journey oi two
or more days if necessary. Upon recoipt
of information of smugglers two men
should start out in whatever direction
they may bo advised parties are coming.
There is very little use in one man going
alone and attempting to make a capture
on tho prairie. Chinese and smugglers
usually travel in companies oi iroin two
to five nnd upward, and one man ennnot
bo expected to copo with u crowd. It
seems to ho absolutely necessary to in
tercept Chinese while on their way
across tholbordor in order to mako a case.
'This is the maximum forco that
would bo required to enforce the laws
against Chinese In this district east of
tho liocky Mountains. West of tho
Itockies tlioro is a proposition that will
require attention very Boon.
'These inspectors suouiu no men oi
braverv. acounintod with tho country
and tho work expected of them; fearless
and competent to ollect a capture at all
hazards. Tho Chlneso seem to have sud
denly found a lnrgo opening here, and if
tho Unitod states unuertaKes sonousiy
to exclude them, somo such force as I
have outlined mUst be supplied."
Accompanying this communication
from the Collector of Customs Is a letter
from Chlneso Inspector Curamlngs, at
tached to tho Fort Denton district, who
states that he had just returned from
Vancouver, 13. C, tho port or entry or
the Chinese intruders, and that lie
learned while there the startling fact
that nearly 8,030 Chinamen had landed
at Vancouver since Jan. 1 of this year.
Doiunrnst 'Will Ho Tried.
Ntack, N, Y., Nov. 10. Tho pistrlct
Attorney ot ltocklnnd County announ
ces that the forgory Indictments against
ex-Assemhlymnn Frank P. Demnrest
Will be positively tried by the County
Codrt on Monday, Nov. 23. It Is thought
that a judge from some other county
will preside at the trial.
AValcr Supply I.oir.
FitCHBUH'I, Mass., Nov. 10. The
water supply Is very low and tho City
Council has been petitioned to shut oil
the water from manufacturers until
such time as tho reservoirs ill I up aguin.
This Is In order to aavo water for the
domestic demand in the uvent ot possi
ble fires. v
NEW ENGLAND BRIEFS.
Tbe Sherwood Mills at Compo Point,
Conn., were burned yesterday. Loss
State Treasurer Henry's annual report
shows that tho net debt oi Connecticut
It is stated thnt It will take at least a
week to finish the repairs upon tho
Newark at Boston.
Captain Georgd II. Kenyon is on trlnl
at Wukefleld, It. I., for tho murder of
John Mugulness on Aug. 13 Inst.
John C. Furman, of Westchester,
N. Y., has bought tho entire plant of
the New Bedford, Mass., Cordage Coin
1 Thirteen prominent grangers ot the
New Gnuland States loft Boston yester-
I day tor Bprlngllold, Ohio, to attend the
firanirtk nnnvnnllfin ilk t Ii u ( ntnrjl
a most delicious substitute for Tea and Coffee.
More healthful. One pound sufficient for i so cuns.
A Dangerous Safeguard.
There lias boon ft gnn standing behlno
a cupboard in a Pino street residence foi
the past eight years. It belonged to tht
occupant's father, find was set up thert
in a loaded condition. Its presence wai
nlwayB an eyesore to tho occupant's wife,
who shared fully with the sex their feai
of firearms. Bo tho other day, Friday,
wo think, she Induced her husband tc
tako It down nnd flro It off. Ho had
never fired oil a gun that had been load
ed eight years; In fact, ho never fired ofl
a gun nt all, so ho poked It out of a
window und took aim into the garden,
without tho faintest shadow of fear.
His wife being afraid of firearms, stood
behind his back and looked over hia
shoulder with her eyes shut tightly. He
shut his eyes, too, and then he pulled the
What immediately followed, neither
appears to have nny settled idea. Ho
says ho can vaguely remember hearing a
noiseof some kind, and has an indistinct
impression of passing over something
whieli must have been his wife, as she
was found between him and the window
by the neighbors who drew him out of
tho fireplace. he fact that ono of his
shoulders was set back about two inches,
and that three of her teeth were im
bedded in his scalp, seemed to indicate
that in stepping back from tho window
Iio had done so abruptly, nnd this con
clusion, we ure glad to say, was verified
by both on being restored to conscious
ness. J. M. Bailey.
The mountain sides are clothed in
Dolly Varden tililB.
If thero were no ladies, what a stag
nation there would be.
At the rate tho leaves are falling the
forests will soon be hare.
Sale bills are turned out of tills ofllco
at short notice.
"There's something behind it.n
That's what you think, perhaps,
when you read that tho proprietors
ot lJr. bage's tjatarrli itcmeay oiler
$300 reward for an incurable case
of Catarrh. Rather uuusual, you
think, to find tho makers of a medi
cino trying to provo that they be
lieve in it, "There must bo some-,
thing back of it I "
But it's a plain, square offer, mado
in good faiih. Tho only thing that's
back of it Ts tho Remedy. It cures
Catarrh in tho Head. To its mild,
soothing, cleansing and healing
properties, tho -worst cases yield,
uo matter how bad or of how long
standing. It has a record that
goes back for 25 years. It doesn't
simply relievo it perfectly and
permanently cures. With a Rem
edy like this, tho proprietors can
mako such an oiler anu mean it.
To bo sure there's risk in it, but
it's so very small that thoy aro
willing to tako it.
You'vo " novcr heard of anything
like this offer?" Truo enough.
But then you'vo novcr heard of
anything liko Dr. Sago's Remedy.
We are making n big drive In fur-
nlturo,' but malicious desire Is not Its
object. We desire o dispose of a large
surplus stock, nut! propose to give our
putrona tho benelit of some extraordU
J. P. Williams & Bro.,
she isrisnD OJtt
r..h. n..lnl,lu DMfinnnll RRBtorsd,
Venkness, Nervousness. Jlebtllly. and all
(ha train i.f nil, fa.tm Aftrlv iifmr. nr Ifitr excesses
tlie resulu ot overwork, sickness, worrr, oto, ill
strength, development, and tone (riven to every
organ and portion ol tbe body. Blmplo, natural
methods. Immediate Imprureuent seen. Failure
Impossible. 1.010 references. Book, explanations
napronrmauei tsf aieai ireo. Aaaress
CRIE M&DIOAL OO., BUFFALO, N. Y,
A BIG DRIVE IN
Lohigh Valley Railroad.
ABKANQKMEHT OI PASaENOEH TBA1NB.
MA.Y 10. 1S91
Passenger trains will leave Bhenandoah for
Manch Chunk. IxihlKhton, Blallngton, Cata.
ffuiqua, Allenlown. Bethlehem, Kaston, I'hll
For Belvldere, Delaware Water Gap and
stroaasburg at 6.47, A. w., and S.28 p. m.
For !ambertvllle and Trento , 9.08 a. to
For White Haven, Wilkes-Barre and Pitts
ton 6.47, 9.08. 10.41 a. m 3.10 and 650 p. in.
ForTunkbauuock, 10,41a. m., 3.10 and 6.26
For Auburn, Ithaca, Geneva and and Lyons
10.41 a. m and 6.20 p. m.
For Laoeyvllle, Towanrta, Bayre, Waverly,
Blralra, Itocbester, Dullulo. Niagara Falls,
Ohleaco and all points West at 10.41 a. m.,and
W6 p. m.
For Klmira and tho West via Balamanca at
3.10 p. in.
For Audenrled, llaxleton, Stockton, Lum
ber Yard, Wcatherly and 1'enn Haven Juno
lion at 5.4 J, 7.40, 9,08 a. in. and 12.62 3.10 and
For Jeanesvlllo, Levlston and Beavc)
Meadow, 7.40, 9,08 a. m. and 6.24 p. m,
FnrHcrantonat6.47 9 OH, 10.41a. m. 8,10 and
i36 p. ra.
Forllajile Brook. Jeddn, Drirtou and Free
land at 5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41 a. m., 12.52 3.10 and
3.2A p. m.
For Q,uakako' at 6.47 'and 9.03 a. in., and
1.10 p. m.
For Wlgans, Gllberton and Frackvllle at
.50 and s.os n m and 1,10 p. m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and ticiano
.47, 7.40, 9.0S, 10.41, 10,58 a. m.,122,3.10,b.26, 8,03,
and 10.27 p.m.
For Lost Creek. 31rardvllle and Ashland
..27, 7.46,8.52, 10.15 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10, 6.86
-.10 and 9.14 p. ra.
For DnrKtvater, 81. Clair nnd Pottsvllle.
.40, 9.08, 10.68 a. m., 12.62,3.10,4.10, 5.20 and 8.0f
For Back Mountain, New Boston and
'.lorea, 7.10, 9,08, 10.53 a. a.., 12.52, 8.10, 5.26 and
For Haven Hun, Centralla, Mt. Carmol and
Hbamokln, 8.62, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.40
nil 8.00 p. m.
Trains leave Shamokln for Bhenandoah,
.5 11.55 a. m., 2.10, 4.30 and 9.30 p. m., arriving
USbeuandoab, 9.03 a.m., 12.32. 3.10, 5.23 and
.1.15 p. m.
For Lost Creek, Olrardvllle and Ashland,
MO, 9.10 11.35 a. m., 2.45 p. m.
For Darkwater. Ht. Clair and PotUvllle,
5.60, 8 M, 9 JO a . m., 2.45 p. m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano,
i.D0, 11J15 a. m 1.40, 4.40, 6.03 p. m.
For Lolly, Andenrled and Hazleton, 8.CK
v m 1.40 p. m:
For Mftucli Cbunk. Lehlghton, Slatlngton,
Oatasanqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Bastor
md New York, 8.00 a. m., 1.40 p. m:
For Philadelphia, 1.40 p. m.
K. B. BYINQTON,
. Uen'l Pass. Act.. Bethlehem.
A. W. Leisenring, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenring, Cashier,
5. W.Yost, Ass' 't Cashier.
Open Daily From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST !
P.lld oil HavlUKH IJeportltH.
People's Oyster Bay
Tt XL. Centre St., Slieiuuidoali
CHAS. C. GUISE, Props.
Kw, Stewed, Scalloped, Panned or
Fried to order. Families supplied
at their house with the best oysters
tne inarsei anoras.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
Newly Refitted and Renovated
TONSORIAL : EARLORS
Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing I
BUAMI'OOINO, ETC., 11Y
E. G. J. WADLINGER
Under Postolllco llulldlng,
jrain and Oak Sts., Shenandoah
3-IIot and cold baths. Polite, prompt and
A J. GALLAGHER
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Ilonds written,
marriage uoenses ana lugai vmiuiu
promptly attended to.
Real Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency
General Fire Insurance Business, Hepreienta
nmrtt Muldoon'sbulldlmr. corner Centre
and yest Hts., unenanaoan, ra.
Oood Properties of All Kinds For Sals.
1. A two story double frame dwelling hnnse
store and rostauraut. on East i Jentre 8t.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on East Centre
8. Pelrnble property on oornor Centre aud
Jaraln streets, suitable (or business pur
I. A two story double Irauia dwelling, on
5 Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Gen
6. Two 2 story dwellings on tbe oorner ol
Coal and Obestnut streets Htore room In
7. Twtory single house on North Chestnut
street with a lama warehouse at the rear.
8, Thr oa two-aiory doable frame buildings
uuxneroi iioyanu uuuttrsscreeui.
Mttdolphia and Reading Railroad
lime Tall eSeet July 10, 1801
1M LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS
.ow-Yotk la I'hllaaelnhla, week days.
10 5.2S, 7.1 a. m, and 12 85 &60 and 6.6$
, ill . Hnnllav 9 ill ... ft M i,-.. kt
' J -iv auu I . J a .... f Ul A. D T
nr., via Munch Chunk, week days, 5.39,
'JO, a. m. aitd 12.35 and 2.50 p. m.
iwaumg ana l'blladolnliia week days,
l?'i-?,n7,,.?)' R.vnV l2-5 2-W and flJK pirn,
For llarrlsburg. week davK. li.'lo.7.'iO a. m.,
,60. 5.SS . m.
fop' llenUwn week ays, 7.20 . m., 12.80
UVp I n 4 t ... , . .
r"m,4rn P' m' Baa,iy 210 anl
. or xamanua and Mahanoy city, week
d ys, 2.10, 5.io, 7.20, a, m.. 125 2.60 and eT&S
i 5;. , BnnaWi, S-lrf and 7.48 a, m.7 4.30 p. nT
Additional lor Mabanoy City, week dav 7.nn
. ra. -
For Lancaster and Columbia, week days.
Jon. m 2.60 p.m.
For Wllllamsport, Bunbury and Lewlsbnm.
l&W&o!-?J!na -30 m . WW
lay 3:25 a, m., 8.0S p. m.
'or Mahanoy Plane, ween days, 2,10 8.2S,
2.7.20 ana lf.8) a. m., 12.35, l'ss) 2.60, 5.55
0 ana i.i, n. in. Sunday, 2 10, 8.23 and 7.48
a. m.- 3,05, 4.30 o. m.
ii-or Olrardvllle (IUnnahannoek Htatinnt s
k days. 2. in 8.2. 5.25, 7.20 and 11.80 a. m 'f
35. 1 85 50. 6.65. 7.(111 Bnil U.-25. r, n,. Hn..4Zl,
10, .2 .,7.48 a.m., 8.05. 40 p.m. "V
or ASllland nnd HhAlnnlrtn. rtaaIt
,2 ;, 5.25, 7.20, 11.3) a. m .S5, 7.00 auCl
. nuuuu, 0.l. o H IU., O.VO '. Ill,
jlivo.ib run omknanuoahi
jeave New York via Philadelphia, week
TS.7.45 a. ra., 1.80. 4.00. 7.80 p. m.. 12.11
r.,tj U. ill,, J..OU, 1.W, .UU P. m.i
inu Bnnday, 6.00 p.m.. 12.15 nlgnt.
Leave Nesv York via Mnnnh filninkr. .
"J"I o.j u. ju 1,W UUU .UJ p. JI1.
avo rniiHaeipuia, wees: days. 4.10, and
00 a. m. 4.00 nun fi.no ti. m fr,,t tmaA
mj Callowbill nnd fUVi a. in. nnd ll .'li n m
from 9th and draen stroets. Bnnday 9.05 a.
. ii.ki p. m. iroin vin acr oren.
, nn . n Unnln.. ....... . . . o; ry tn i n. .
........ .kmuiu,, ry iv V (), a.o,. , . IV, iu,JD w
tid 11.50 a.m., 6.55, 77 p.m. Bunday 1.85 and v
!ave PottavlUe, week days, 2.40, 7.40 a. m
HO. 8. 11 n. m. Hnnrtuv. Ml. 7 ma. m. inj
ave romaqna. week days, 3.20, 8.48 ana
2 1 a. m.. 1.21. 7.13. and 9.18 r. m. Hnndav 8.2a
43 m. and 2.50 p. m. 1
eaw Mahanoy v . . k days, 8.40, 9.18
nd 11.47 a. tn.. 1.51. 7.42 m. i 9.41 d. m. Him.
lay, 8.40,8.17 1. m., "n
Leave .uaiinnoy u , noek oays, 2-4 j,4.w
.80, 85, 11.39 a. m.,1.05, 2.08. 5-20, 6 20, 7.57, and L,
' ira Sunday 2.4 , 4.00, nnd 8.27, a. m T
or, o.ux p. iu.
ouave uiraravino titappanannock HUUlon) t
uaj.D, ,-11, 1,1,, UUU Vttl . III.,
2, 5.2A, 6.82, 8.08 and 10.03 p. m, Bnnday, 2,47, VL
.9.45 and 1
lay 11.15 4,
ij6 a.m. 8.35 and 11.15 p. m. Unnday
For Baltimore. Washington and tbe
Vvenne station, Philadelphia, (P. b K. It. I!.)i.
a 1.10, 801 and 11.27 a. tn., 1.81. 4.24, 6.65 an T
in xj. j. xv. iv.. uiuqiu irainH lenvv uiniru ,
xi p. m. uunaay, i.io b.U2 lien a, ra., im i
(XJ ULltl 1..1 p. 111. .
AXliAINrXDUlTlt DlVlHlUIt. "
cave Pnlladelphla. Chestnut Btroet Whai lTi
id Bjuth Btroet Wlinrr. t
Par Atlantic Cltv. Ml "
Week-days Express, 8 00, 9;00 a. tuT2.00lt.i
.00.1.HO. 6.00 in. Aooommodatlon,7 40a."
l. and 4.15, 6 30 i. m.
-iuuaaya tixnress. 8.00. tf.OO n. m. Ac
comm. nation, .s.00 a. m. and 4.45 p. m.
.WC.U.U.Ujt, ICttYO AU1U1UU uvpuv f
ttantlo and Arkansas avenaes.Week-OaTs
Express, 7.00, 7.80, 9.00 a. m and &15, 4.00,6.80
. iu. Lucuiuinoauiioa u.uu, o.iu a. m. anu
.3Un.ni. Hnndavs KxnreHS. 4.00. 6 00 n. m.
Accommodation. 7.30 a. m. nnd 5.0o p. m. r
U. U. 11AOUUUK, UeU'i x-dUlS'T Agwt
jv. muucaju. i-res. or nsn i manacer.
i and after September 1 1891, (rains will lea-
anenanaoan ai louoviu ,
For Wlgenn. Gllberton. Frackvllle. Net1
-Untie, Ht. Clair, and way points, 6,00, 9.1;
m and 4.15 pm,
Mondays, uov, v.iu a m ana 8.1 u p m.
1 .... ....111'. II ... II ... .. . .. , , c
i ... a u.m.jud. u.w, P.iv M m nuu lfUJI lilt
C3unujis, niu, v.tu u in anu o,iv p ill,
For Heading, 8.00, a m and 4.15 pu
Hundavs. 600. 8.40 a. m. and 8.11) nm.
For rottstown. Fboemxville. Worrlstow,
and Philadelphia (Brood street station), 0.0,
, m. ana i.ia p m wees aays
rtanaare. BOO. 9.40 u m 8.1U d m.
Trains leave FreckvlUe lor Bhenandoah i
0.40 am ana 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m. Unnday!
.LU H. Ill lili: 1 o.4u n m. 1
Lioave Fottevllle tor Bhenandoah. 10.15 all
l.ii. n m 7.13. v.u t ra. nunaays. lu.iu a
3.15 p zn.
. jjeave t'nuaaeipnia (uroao street siatioi
or f-oiiivuie ana anenanaoan, o.o;, o.ai a
,'0 and 7,00 p m wees days. Hunaaj v ou, a;
WiJlK J.50. ll.00andll.il. 11.35 m. 12.00nfiAy
(limited cxnrass.l.m 4.50 11 m.) 12.21 1. 1.W
2.30, IZU, 4.02 5,,8JI, 8.50 7.18 8.12 aK,:W.
m, 12.01 nlgnt. r 'Es
On Hunuavs. 8.2(1. 4.05. 4.40. 6.85. 8.12. K.ai). U.fJ
11.35 n. nnd 1221, 12 41, 2.80, 4 02, (limited
illl fiHl H91 H . . . . a 1 J. Hi nlnaaV
For Sea Girt, Txing 11 ranch and Intermedia
stations o.au, ej&i anu iijiti a. m., a.oV, 1.00 p.
ffruii mua. quuuuy u. ui.
,i, ...... ti lu i. a.. . ., iim n i.i m nM
tor liauimore una wasuingion, s.au. 7...
nlcrht dailv and H :tl. 10.20 a. in.. 12 Si (i inlu-l
uu auu ...m a. iu.. iiiiuu i.-w tr.ui uuu .a.'
express wiiu ainii.g cur loiiaiinu ire) i.,-iv
p.m. we kdays. For Baltlniiiro only 2.02, M
weuncUv-K. 8 08. 11.80 n. in. dailv.
For llicbmouda. 7 20 a. m. and 12.03 nlel
nauy, iip ni, uauy. except, ouau iy. m
ne west every aay at iz.2fi ana 8.10 anu
iaOKllmttsdl and 3.40. 8 30. 0.35 n m. War 1
Alloona .am and 4.10 o m evorv aay.
tror rittsburg only, 11.20 n Ju dally and 11
m week days. 1
ieave Bunbury lor Willi amsnort. Kim 3
Huandalgna, Itocbester, HotlaloandMlasi
- ana, o.iu u ni aany. ana i.tz o rn ween ut.
i-xir watklns. 5.80 n m week davB.
For Krie and Intermediate points. 6.10 ai
lallv. For Lock Haven. 5.10. and 9.50 ai
lally. 1.42 and 5.30 p. m. -week days.
Kanova 6.11) a m 1.42 and 6.S0 D m week dil
j.iua. m annaays,
MAU. IS. I'UUU. J. It. WOOIJ,
Mna.an" Hen. fans
"TTTItiMINGTON at NOllTIIKHN It. Ill
yy . .
Trains leave Readrnir 11'. All. station)!
ime laow. in enee.i jiiav. iu. ifiui.
Gibraltar, Beyfert, Blrasboro, Joanna, Bpil
neiu, waynesonrg junction, uoaiosviiie,ii
Chester.Chadsford Junction, B. & O. Juuc'l
Wilmington and Intermediate stations, ol
exoept Bunday, at 6.25 and 8.80 a.m. anfj
p. m. ounuay only ai b.im p. ui.
For Warwick, tit. Peters and Intemie
stations, dally except Bunday, at 9,20n.m. -
fi.lfln.m. Hnnilfi v nnl v ft.lj. fl m . ' aflfctt -
Fpr Blrdbboro and lutermedluuV''
Saturday Only, at 12 in.
It.) dally except Bunday at 6.2a and 8.30 r.i
or iiammoro ana wafinincrionju.
and 8.15 p. m
.Bunday only at 3.05 p. m.
i rains arrive ai iteaaini
at lteadlnn 11'.. & It.
IromAVllmlngton.B. 4 6. Junction, 1
chanln, Chaddslord Junction, West Ch6
. a UllUalllUt I.T
Lenape, Coatesvllle, waynesbnre Juuol
fen and Intermediate stations, dally ex 1
Bunaayat iu.3Ja. m. 0.3.1 anu o.u p. m.
From St. Peters, Warwick and lntermei
a.n.Anc rfallwaaaanl UianHoa. ... UH1 ,'1
(1RV DD1V ai 11.1 u. ma
B,.Hiua( u.iij Daub ,. a uuuunj , na D.aj r.
ana -i.-a p. m. ounaay oniy at 0 p.m.
From mrasDoro ana intermeaiate sta
Baturdav onlv at 1.40 n. m.
From Washington ana Baltimore, da
cept Sunday, 10 20 a. m, 6.52 and 8 17 ij
uunaay oniy at u.zi a, ra.
no wK8S 1WIGGS, Gen'l l'asa. .
A. Q. McUA UBLAN D, Bupt.
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Ag j
OFFIOK BKDDALL'a BUILDIhO 1
Cor. Mtln and Centre Streets, SHENANDO '
-A two and one-half etory double il
dwelling uouse, wnn si ore-room
taurant. taocatea ou juiai yer
A valuable property locateti
3 Beven dwelling houses at the cori.,
bert aud Lloyd streets. Good Infl