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james boys; style
Train Robbors Mako a Big
Haul Near St. Louis.
THEY GET AWAY WITH $20,000.
Express Oar Door Forced Opan By an Ex
plosion of Dynamite.
The Trainman Surrendered la Sliort Orilnt
at the I'olnt.l f ReTalveri I3xprM
Jl.ii.njBr lladly Hurt The Rubbari
Ilellvved tn lie the ftaraeWhn Operated
Mir Omaha I.ait Month,
St. Loom, Mo., Dec. 8. The robbery
of the Ailnms Express Company's car
on the St. Louis and San Francisco
Railroad Monday night nu one of the
boldest affaire ot the kind on record, and
recalls the feats of the James boys. The
express company Is out about $20,000.
The officials say that the messenger Is
laid up at Springfield, Ho., unable to
mora on account of his wounds, and the
robbers have apparently dropped Into
the earth, for not the sll)hteat clue has
boen obtained. .
The train, which was the through
California oxpress, left the Union depot
at 9 o'clock. At Old Orchard, a su
burban Tilings Just outside the city lim
its, four men boarded the train, two
climbing on to the front end of the
postal and baggage cars. The two on
the front climbed over, the water tank
nnd tender mid presented ro vol vara at
the heads of the onglneor and fireman.
They ordored tbo train stopped abou t
20 car lengths oast of the overhead
bridge at Ulomlnlo, where they were
met by the other two robbers.
After tho train was stoppod tho four
robbers wore Joined by two moro, who
had been waiting at the side of the
track. Thou tho indiscriminate firing
began. At the same titno a demand was
made on Mowenger J. T. Mulrenou to
open tho door. He refused, and with
out further parley tho robbers placed a
dynamite cartridge In n crovice of the
door or under it and touched the fuse.
The oast end of tho car was blown oft
uud Mulrenan surrendered. Muironan
was badly Injure 1 by the oxploilon.
After emptying tho safe and taking
the messenger's gold watch the robbom
quickly departed. The express company
has a large force of men on the case,
but so far no clue has bsen found. Tho
loss is estimated at $20,000, but it may
bo a great deal more,
IlRlfour on IrUli Selr-Giivornment,
London. Deo. 2. The Right Hon. A. i
J. Balfour, the Conservative leader of j
the House of Commons, addrosslng a
' meeting yesterday, at Huddersfleld, of
Conservatives, said that all partios
agree that It was the duty of the gov
ernment to give local self-government to
Ireland, if it could safely be done."
"But," Mr. Balfour added, "unless we
are ablo to found such a bill on the
broad basis adopted In Great Britain, or
if such a measure should be a menace or
cauBo for alarm to thesmallest minority
in Ireland, we bad better leave It alone.
My own belief is that it is possible to
fulfill ull the nocesjary conditions. "
' Indiana Oivea Ohio Land.
Indianapolis, Ind., Doc. 2. Tho re
port of T. C. Mandeuthnll, Chief of the
United States Geodetic and Coast Sur
vey, concerning tho Iudlana-Ohlo bound
ary Hue, wus made to Gov. Chase yes
terday. Ohio has disputed the correct
ness of the Indiana line, claiming that
it was too far east of its proper placo at
tho northern oxtremity of the State.
Tho survey of Prof. Mendenthall nnd
nsslstuuts shows that it is one mile oust
of Its proper place at that point, nnd
converging to tho propor point at tho
southern oxtromity. This would give
Ohio nearly 100 square miles of Indiana
Hoy flim-ud In n Itatliroom.
Yonkeiis, N. Y., Pec. 2. Harold Jf
froy, aged 10, while entering tho bath
room nt his home hero Inst night, was
soizod by a straugo man who tied a
towel over his mouth and bouud hU
hands behind him. Some time after
ward the youth was discovered by his
brother Hamilton. Young .laltray said
that after the man had tied him, he
Jumped through tho bathroom window,
which is in the second story and oscapod.
A Mysterious Death.
NewYohk, Dec 2. Thomas C. Lewis,
ot Easton, l'a., a conductor on the Le
high Valley road, met a terrible death
in Jersey City late Monday night. His
mutilated body was found at the bottom
of an area way of the Academy of HusIq
building and Investigation showed that
ho had fallen eor was thrown off tho
roof, a distance of 70 feet. Thero is no
clue to tho mystery.
Cyrus W. Vlehl Cmuiot Iteeorer.
NEW Yonii, Due 2. There Is no Im
provement in the condition of Cyrm W
Vlold. All yesterday he was very low,
and even his physician admits ttiat, al
though his lite may be spared a few
duys, death will probably coma as a re
sult of his present sufleriugs.
The Dayton O., Trades Assembly has
adopted resolutions denouncing the lo
cal press tor ubusiug tho Kuighu ot La
bor and their Generul Master Work
man. John Harding, of Typographical Union
No. 10, Chicago, nnd president of tho
Illinois State Federation ot Labor, will
represent the Chicago Trades Assembly
nt the Birmingham convention.
The potters of Trenton, N. J., are
agitating for a uniform working card
system in all shopi, uud negotiations
lira about to bj opamd with the bosses
in regard to tho apprenticeship ques
tion.. The employes in John Moore's picture
frame factory In Syracuse woro notified
yesterday that their waives were re luce !
10 per cent. This was the llrst Intima
tion the men had received of tho reduc
tion. Asa rosult, about U00 of tha men
and hoys employed in the factory aro
out on striice.
A proposition to make a general de
mand for nine Lours throughout the
country is now Doing illicussed by tho
Machinists' unions in New York city.
The proposition was mado by Union
No. l'J, In Philadelphia, and has been
favorably reoelvod by the executive
board of the Machinist' International
Tkk CRUISER NEW YORK.
reparations Coinpletad for tho I.uunch
A TlmtiRanil Visitors Kxrieotad,
PiiilmiRLPHIA, Dc 1. preparations
for tho launching ot the United Rtatei
steamer Now York this nftornoon are
comploted. Tho cradle is bolted tn
placo and 8,000 pounds ot tallow
hnvo been distribute 1 nlonsj the ways
no m to make the passage ot the great
hull to the wator quick and easy, The
Cramps uxpeot about 1,000 visitors from
Now York and Washington.
Mrs. Harrison and a party of friends,
Vice-l'resldent Morton'nnd Mrs. Morton
arrived nt 10:80,
Chauncoy M, Depew nnd Er-I'rosldont
Cleveland have sent regrets.
It had been a part ot the plan of ths
Cramps to send a special car to Albany
to bring Gov. Hill and his staff here,
because of the especial Interest ot the
State of New York In the ship; but the
Governor has sent a long telegram ex
pressing regret that he cannot attend.
Gov. -Bluet Flower alsoseut regrets. Ex-
Secretary Whitney sent a brief and
''I regret that I am unable to see th
New York launched, bnt God blest
The christening will be done by Miss
Helen Page of Now York.
Tha Situation (Irons Worn Each Day
VaRsela Cannot Oat Into tha Ilnrbor. I
BurrAto, N. Y., Dec 2. The grain
blockade fn this port rather grows
worse than otherwise day by day, as
regards the number of vessels here, but
the tug men are working hard and are
handling tho situation bettor than they
did at first. Though they aro obliged to
undortake almost impossible tasks and
consume unheard ot amounts of time
in shifting vessels, they aro still able to
get about the harbor In some fashion.
By actual oouut there were about 50 '
vessols yesterday lying at the mouth of I
the crook. They were stowed in three j
doep nnd in any aim no to dispoio of
their cargo. Their are about 5 vessels !
in the outor harbor unable to get in.
The Custom House people are full ot
business with the Canadian wheat that
comes hure in bond bound through to
Europe. There is now over 1,000,000
bushels of It, and 500,000 bushels more
of it is known to bo bound hero.
RUSSELL DIVORCE CASE.
An Earl's Wife Cluiriie Her Uusbancl
London, Dec. 2. The Divorce division
of the High Court of Justice wni
crowded with fashionable society yes
terday to witness the opening of the
suit for divorce brought by tho Count
oss Russell against her husband, Earl
Russell, who Is only twenty-six years
old, but already noted for his eccontrlo
theological and political views. Tho
young and beautiful Countess, who Is
an accomplished horsewoman and popu
lar in society, charges her husband
with extraordinary cruelty nnd Ul-treat-ment.
Sir Edward Clarke Solicitor-General,
appeared for the Countess, and Sir
Charles Russell for tho Earl. The peti
tion alleges that since their marriage
In February, 1890, the Countess had
left her husband three times because of
his cruelty. The Countess, while on the
stand, made certain charges against the
Earl and a mathematical professor, a
Mr. Roberts, who lived with thom.
Kay the Company Is a Fraud.
LocitronT, N. Y., Dec 2. Tho Inter
national Banking Company, ot New
York, is alleged by persons who hove
Invested In it to bo a fraud. Tho com
pany had agonts throughout the State,
who induced investors to pay $5 n
month for 20 months, when thoy would
receive three foreign bonds holding an
Interost in tho company. Those bonds
wore lottory bonds anil If the right num
ber was drawn it would pay tho in
vestor a big premium. The concern now
offers to settle with Jts victims, giving
$25 where $100 has boen paid In. Crim
inal and civil proceeding-! will be taken
against the company, and the United
States Commissioner hero is about to
investigate charges of violation of the
Ilow Suwtello Hupes tu Cheut tho Itopo.
Concord, N. H., Doc. 2. Counsel for
Isaac Sawtelle announces that the priso
ner has confessed to having murdered
his brother, and that tha crime was
committed in Maine. It ts suspected
here that this is tho beginning ot a last
resort plan to effect a chango of fate
for Sawtelle, who Is sentenced to be
hanged under the laws of New Hamp
shire Jan. 5. There is no capital pun
ishment in Malue. All parties iu the
case will Do heard Monday.
Judgments Agalost u Philadelphia Firm.
Philadelphia, Dec 2. Judgments
aggregating nearly fiu.uuu were onterod
yesterday against the firm of Turner &
lloyt, dry goods dealers, this city.
Ephrutm Turner, a member of the firm.
has been connected with the Spring
Garden National Bank, which was closed
some time ago, owing to tho very bad
couaition oi us nuances.
An Italian Anomaly.
Home, Dec li. In tha Chamber of
Deputies yesterday Slgnor Luzzattl, the
Minister of Finance, said that the
budgot for 1892 would be the first one
in Italian history to show a surnlus.
Ths budget, ha added, shows a surplus
of 9,000,000 llros, "itrovlded Parliament
uocepts tho proposed economies and
Abod-oord served as a rope with which
John C. Hill of Heading hung himself in
Pennsylvania Grangers will hold their
nineteenth annual convention in Harris-
burg, Deo. a.
Footpads have molested many Dedes
trlausin tha vicinity of Allentown.. John
Mulilroy uud Andrew Hoeffuer have been
William O. Allison, President of the
Allison Manufacturing Company, car
builders, died suddenly at his residence
In his suit for $10,000 damages for
Injuries received at the works ot the
Cntasaunua Cement Comnanv. Preston
E. t'louser was nonsuited In Allentown
Friends of the Hazleton city charter
project were surprised at the hearing bo-
tors vue uovernor wnen Attorney Lanna
han said soma of the votes cast were
from outside the borough.
hosenbauer'a hotel,, about. three miles
fro ni Rochester was destroyed 'by fire
Monday night. Loss estimated at $15,
000. Insurance $3,000.
The Jury In the case ngalnst Anna M.
I'urdy, of Syracuse, charged with prac
ticing medicine without a licence, re
turned n verdict ot guilty.
Au express train oa the Central Hud
son road crashed Into n local nt Tarry
town Inst night but no one was hurt.
HnvArnl rars were hiL-llv wrntilca 1.
disease Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
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season. It's easier to prevent than
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For all diseases caused by a tor
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your money back.
You pay only for the good you
Tho proprietors of Dr. Sage's Ca
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not cured of Catarrh. They prem
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euro you. What do you lose by
trying it? Is there anything to
risk, except your Catarrh?
P. J. VEROCBOH, MANAOKK.
WEDNESDAY DEO. 2, '91
Third season of America's represen
tative Irish comedian,
JOSEPH J. SULLIVAN,
Supported by a powerful company
in the successful musical
The Black Thorn.
PUETTY OIULS. NEW DANCES.
O.YTCUY SONGS. SPARKLING MUSIO
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Prices S3, Si uud 60 cents.
P. J. FEROUSON, MANAOEB.
SATURDAY, DEO. 5th, '91
The acme of realism, clnrmlng
HETTIE BGHNAIin CHASE
and aperff ct company of pliyers, in a grand
s o.io proauciiou ana picuireujiiu
! "Uncle's Darling" I
Theherolueof the light house.
An Alaska romnnce. with scenes and char
aiders entirely new to the btage. A fortune In
iiTilmuli to add to Hie r-ullsin ol the nlav.
'the only team oi irainea reiuaeor in exist
ence. The most, wonaeriuuy intelligent nurse
in tha wmld A troune of cenuine E&nulmauT
dogs, brought direct from Alaska. Mu-ttft
ana baue clogs, "King" and "Count." The
pheuomoual acting bear, '-Topsy," and the
precocious tries mule, "Mlunle."
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P. J. PKKOUSON, MANAQEH,
ONI3 NIQIIT ONIjY.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1891.
The charming soubrette,
In the great New Yorit success,
'Sie Couldn't Marry Three" '
Suppoited by the eminent singing comedian
tier uroiuur, uuu a si rout; uumeuy
Product Willi All Tlie'r Own Scenery.
A grand scene of the Cornish coast with
lolllnx light house. Dinghy tunnel, greatest
rutirtua tceno ever mint.
Prices, 25, 50 and 75 Cents.
Ferguson ! House ! Restaurant
(Under management of Enoch I.ocketl)
Cor. fllnin nntl Centre Streets,
FIR3T.CL.VW8 LUNCH COUNTER.
Ilest beer, porter and nios always on tap.
gars of the finest urands.
i liiladelphia Cheap Bargain Store,
For a full line of
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TO THE PUBLIC. Mv wife, Frau
ds Wonu, having left my bed and hoard
without Just cause or provocation, this Is to
notlly the puolio not to give her any credit
on my account, as I shall pny nothing con-
inicieu uy ner. uuaur. wujn.
uuoerton, t-a., jnov. au, lcut. ll-30-3t
FOR SALE. Tbo gray team of
horses recently used by the Columtila If.
&s. F.'.B. Co., No. 1 The horses will be a
bargaluto the purchasers.
J amui McDonald,
CHARTER NOTICE. Notice Is
hereby clven that an amplication will
be mnde to the Court ol Common Heat nl
Schuylkill cinnly on Monday, December 21st,
A. D. 1891. nt 10 o'clock In the foienoon, un
der the'corporutlon net of the commonwealth
01 t'etiusj lvRUln, approved April 29, 1871 " and
ine Ruppiemenn inereio, ior ine cuaiier oi an
Intended corporation to be called "St. (leorge's
Lithuanian Cat hollo Ueuenclal Mocletv. ol
Shenandoah, I'd." Maid association Is to bo
locatea inmieaanaoin, l'a,, ana to nave ior
lis oojoct ine iniiiDionance ot a society
rot boclal, educational and beneficial pur
poses to Its members Jrom lunds collected
H. G. M, IIOLLOPETEU,
Attorney for Applicants.
Bhenandoah, la., Nov. 23, '91. 11 2J-iw
THE TWEHIY-NISTH ilKUAL SESSION
Tgchiis' Instiiuts of Sohuylkill Co.
will be held In
FERGUSON'S THEATRE, SIMANDOAII, PA,,
December 14 to 18, '91.
Major Hcniif . Jane
One of the grmrtfRt Orstors and Word Paint
eri. He hannadea touraiound tbeworlt
wlthasuccss 1. tile less thau marvelous
Dr. .Tames T, lledley
The ureal Orator of tao West. "The Bunny
Bldo of Lllo."
Jins Ollle Torbet and Iter Concert Co
Miss Ollie Torb'lt, Violinist.
Hlgnor Vlltorla llicoirlnl, Bnprano.
Miss Paulino iloniegrlffo, Contralto
Mlfcs Edlih Pond, Singing Header
Mr. Gustavo Tn ilborg. Tenor.
Moos, lienor 11 irjlov, Pianist.
AU eminent aud popular artists.
Marshal J Wilder, 1'he Great Humorist.
jl'Ho 1'nrk BUIers Quarlelte.
Miss Annie A. 1'ark, Cornet and Zilher.
Mi-s Georsle T. I'ark, Coraet aud Mandolin.
Miss Katie Del a Park, Cornet Tr j.nboneand
Miss Ad. lb. Park, Cornet and Mandolin,
AT.Ii ROIJO AllTIbTS
From the Jloston Transcript: "The Park
Concerto impnnyg.ve one ol their popular
ooncerts Monday evening Th entire concert
i as received wl h ranturous applause as tsey
nppearel In their different selections, They
aieaUart'sts, and deserve all the applause
thedolijjhte'l nudleocsKivo ihem."
man BOIIOOI. UUABT&TTE.
Becurlus Ilesorved Poats,Jft;3'j
Bingle admission , 50o
Tho chart fir tho f aloof reserved spat tick
ets will be opened at the b ix ofllce of Fe gn-so-i'sThea1,
on Baturday, December 6, at
10.30 i. m. Before opening chart parth s do
sirlusto urcbase tickets will draw numbers
for position' In Hue. Each teacher In lino
mny puroaase any number of tlekets not ex
ceeding twenty, and each citizen In lino msy
purchsKO any number not exceeding ten.
The representative of each district will be
required toprescutto the tickelxgent a list ol
the names of the tcao lers lor whom he buys
tlckols. Any person may Join ti e line a
second time with tho same privities as at
After December 12 the chart will be open at
Klrltii's drugs ore.
Doors open it 7 p. m. Entertainment com
mence at 8.
Trains after each evening entertainment to
nil nnlnta on L. V. H. It. between Ashlnnl
and Delano. Amusements fori.peoinl trains
o other point on L. V. It, It and IVnn'a 11.
It ran be made with Bunt. A. P. Blaksloe,
Delano, ana u. u. iewis, roiisviue.
G. W. mEIH,
surpass our previous flattering results.
Line of Finest Candies.
Look over our Btook.
South Main SI,, Shenandoah.
and moro satisfying than
nerves. Taico no substitute.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
ABBANaEMENT Of PAS8KNOEB TBA1N8.
NOV 15, 1891.
Paeseneer trains will leave Bhenandoah for
MauchChnnk, Lehlghton, Slatlnctou, Cata
sauqna, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Will-
ft?S!R?.la New "rk at B-n U.(W a. m.,
12.52,3.10, B.2fl p. m.
For Belvidere, Delaware Water Gap and
tftroudsburg at 5.47, a. m., and 5.20 p. m.
'or Lambertvlllo and Trenton, .u) a, m
For White Haven, Wilkes-Barre and Pitts,
ton 5.47. 8.08, 10.41 a. m., 3.10 and 5.26 p. m.
ForTnnkhannock, 10,41a, m 3.10 and 6.20
For Anburn, Ithaca; Geneva and and Lyons
10.41 n. m., and 6.26 p. m.
For Laooy ville, Towanda, Bayro, Waverly,
fclmlra, llochester, UuIIulo. Niagara Falls,
Chicago and all points West at 10.41 a. m.,aiid
5.28 p. m.
For Klmlra and the West vlaBalamanca at
r or Auaenriea, iiasieton, HtocKton, Lum.
her Yard, Weatherly and Fenn Haven Juno
tlon at 6.47, 7.40. 9,03 a. m. and 12.S2, 3.10 and
?,26 p. m.
ror joanesviue, Leviston and Beavei
Meadow, 7.40, 9.08 a. m. and 6.26 p. m.
For Boranton nt 5.47 H OX. 10.41 a. m jniinil
f or nar.ie uroos. jeaao, Drinou and Free
land at 5.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41 a. m.. 12.12 3.10 nnd
5.26 p. m.
f oriiuaKaKO at 5.47 and 9.03 a. m nnd
3.10 d. m
For Wlgnans, Gllberton and Fraokvillo at
3.50 and 8.52 a. m., and 4.10 p. m.
ror latesvme, oiananoy uiiy ana Delano,
.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.11. a. m.. 12.62. 8.10.S.2S. 8.03.
9.81 and 10.27 p.m.
roriiosi ureeK, jiraravme ana Ashland
1.27. 7.46. 8.62. 10.15 a. m.. 1.00. 1.40. 4.10. 6.SS
S.10 and 9.11 p. m.
For Darkwater, Bt. Clair and Fottsvllle,
5 60 7.40, 8.52, 10.13 a. m., 12.52, 3.10, 4.10, 6.28 and
For Bnclt Mountain, New Boston and
Morea. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41 a. m.. 12.52. 3.10. 6.26 and
For Raven Bnn, Centralia, Mt. Carmel and
Shamokln, 8.52, and 10,15 a. m., 1.40, 4.40
emu o.w Ui.
Trains leave Bhamokln for Bhenandoah,
7.55 11.65 a. m., 2.10, 4.30 and 9.30 p. m., arriving
at Shenandoah, 9.05 a.m., 12.52. 3.10, 6.26 and
ii.xa u. ill.
For Lost Greek. Glrardvllle and Ashland.
i.50, 9.10 11.35 a. m., 2.45 p. m.
For' Darkwater. Bt. Clair and Pottavltlr.
S.00, 9.30 a.m., 2.45 p.m.
D or xatesvme, Aiahanoy utty and Delano,
4.00, 11-35 a. m., 1.40, 4.40, 6.03 p. m.
For Lofty, Audenrled and Hadeton, 8.00
a m., 1:40 p. m:
For Mauch Chunk. Lehlghton, Slatlnslou,
Catasauqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Kastos
and New York, 8.00 a. m., 1,40 p. m;
r or i.'niiaaeipnia, i.iu p. m.
K. B. BYINGTON,
Gen'l Pass. Act.. Hetblehm
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a lit 1 1 factor p lninrcElon en tint intim. Biri
la connection with the JUli, convince the itiflertr that
tbe proper tenicdjr haa ben found, You aretarDiitly re
qui ted to test lite merlti of
at iti valuable properties are endoned hi hundred of tto
most flatterlon teiilmonUls.
Only vegetable Ingrcdletiu, remarkable for their curative
powcri, are used (a ttie maroracture of hEULT'3
$1.00 Pef Bottle. C Dettlos, t5.C0. mis, 5 Ct. Box.
If ;r.ur ilorekfleppr dufii not keep It, Beud f 1.25 to iht
Buaufacturer, and too vlll reoeie It lr citU.
3037 Market Street, I'lillud'n, Ta.
People's Oyster Bay !
12 E. Centre St., SUennndonli
CHAS. C. GUISE, Props.
ltiw, Stewed, Scalloped, Panned or
Fried to or Jar. Fam 'lies supplied
at their house with the best oysters
the market n (lords.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
Green Truck Stand !
Cor. Main and Oik Streets.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily,
A flne Hue of Choice GItOOEHIK3
Nuts nnd Caudles.
JPoullry of all Kinds.
Mr. Costlet receive Ills green trnck dally
Irom ttie cltr markets, which is a Kimrautt o
tohlsemiomers that they will receive fresh
goods wlun buyU.gfrom him,
LEATHER aidJHDE FlIHGS
DP, J- CLBARY,
Dealer In all kinds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and (1 rat-class stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson House building. SHENANDOAH, PA,
Q M, HAMILTON, M. II.,
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Otnce-26 West Lloyd Street, Bhenandoah
P i adslphia and Reading fiailroad
i.me mole in effect Xov. in, 1891 1
)iAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS
. n05,6w.?rlc vla 1'hlladelphla, weekday J
SJ-uJaW S'...m- and 12 35 i60 and&lil
tn. Hnnday U.10 and T.ii a, m. For NevJ
ik, via Maucli Chunk, week days. S.asl
.', a. m. and 12.31 and 2.60 p.m. A
n t oTV"s'"" x iitiRuoipuia" weec aayry
1.10, 6.25, 7.20, it. m., 12.35 2,!io and 6.1 Pinil
I ndny, 2.10 and 7.18 . m im 5 v' I
,50?5.55prrrnbUrE We6k aay" Uv'7W m'j
O p. Suenlown' week dy. 7 20 . m., 12.1
' "r FotUvlii. week dayn, 2.10, 7Mn. m.l
.trr JL!mSll"a-aIl Mahanoy nitT. we.J
VS?' TiS'-SS 7ni JtlJ2 2.60 and 6JSM
im whjs nays l.l
IK ma2w''tman1 0olumbla week dayijj
(orwilllarniiport. Hunburyand Lewlebnrt
ok days. 3.2, 7.20 and 112W a. m.. 1,85, 7
m. Hnndav 3:25 a. m.. .ns w m ' ' ' ,M
For Mahanoy Plane, week dav. sun x.v
7.20 and 11.3D a m.. i V. iu
I-00"0, "J V. m- any. a'lO, 3.25 anil
v,vut i,ou Vt III.
rur uiraravuie (itoppahannock Slatloil
.oT, Ay . ru '-w ana ii?Tira
9lft H ?H? T i9 n ' one J on 1 "
... 1 ' OV li. 111,
"Of ABb Inn fl tintt Hhamntln nrnnk
3.25, 5.25, 7.20, 11.80 a. m 1.85, 7.00 and 8,1
i. in. Hunday 3.25, 7 48 a. m., 8.05 p. m. '
Leave New York via Philadelphia, weei
lays. 7.45 a. m., 1.80, 1.00. 70, p. n., 1SJI
tight. Bnnday,6.00p.m.,f2.l6niKnt. ' 1
Leave New York via Mannh ofinnk. ie4
a inn HiitcMt hum a i if ft a u
laVB. f.TRl. K.Ah A. m.. l.flOan 11 i.t n n u..n 1
uaj, ,.w . ill. i
VJ?aTa ""aaelphla. week days. 4.10, and
'"w a. m. i.uu ana b.uu p.m., from Broad
au usuowdui ana .3d a. m. and 11.80 d. ml
from 9th and Hreon streets. Sunday 9.05 al
ui. xi.w p. xii. irum via ano uren. 1
Leave Heading, week days, 1.85. 7.10, 10.05(
uu xi.ou . in., o.cu, i.oi p, m. nnaay LXi and
C0.43&. ru. 1
Leave Fottsvllle. week dava. 2.4(1. 7. jn a ml
2.8G. 0.11 d. m. Hnndav. 1 7.mn. m onJ
JL,save Tamaqna, week days, 8.20, 8.48 ami
ia,m,,i.di, 4.lo, huuu,io u. iu. Dunoaya,
7.43 4. m, and 2.50 u. m.
uwtv iitttianoy uiiy, weeit aays, w.ia
tuu it. ui., i,ox, t,ii, anu e.it p. m. Hun
lav. 3.48.8. 17 a. m.. 3.20 u. m.
Leave Mahanov Plane, week t)ava.2'4).4.(iol
1.30,95. ll.&9a. m.,1.05, 2.06. 520, 628,7.57, an
3,37. 5.01, p. m. 1
ijtw.vo uiraruviuo utappaDannocK Hiauonl
veete days, 2.47 4.07, tf.36, ana 9.41 a. m.. 12.05.1
i 12, 6.2 6.82, 8.03 aua 10.06 p. in, ttunday, 2,472
UI) DtiM tti IU, O.ll.UtUi U. Ill y
I .ativa UritllavnuiM.fl htah b Vnr D IV1 n it 1
1.65 a.m. 8.85 and 11.15 p. m. Hunday ll.ll
for Baltimore. Washlncrton nnd the wen
.-'.a B. & O. It. It., thrnili'h trains leavn 3lra O
ivenne station, Philadelphia, (P. A B. K. Kl
I 4.16.801 and il.27 a. m.. 1.31. 4.24. r,.BftanJl
7 13 p. m. Hunday, 8.55 8.02 11.27 a, m 3.5J
(J 14 tUU 4 Id p. 111. k
ATIjANTIO OITY DIVI8ION.IU-4
teave Philadelphia, Chestnut Htreetri!
aid .jonth Btreet Wharr.
for Atlantic CUT.
Week-days Expresa,9:03 a. m. 2.00. 4.oJ
p. m. Aocomtuodatlou.SOOa. m. and 5.0 1
saadays. Express, 8.00 a. m. Ace ami
mo iaUon.8.00 a. m. and 4.30 n. m. 1
Kotnrnlne, leave Atlantlo City, depol
vttantlo and Arkansas avenue. Week-day!
express, ..iu, v.w a. m. ana i.w, p. m, Ati
commodatlon8.10 a. ru. and 4.30 p. m. Buna
days Exnress. 4 00. n. m. Anrimmndatlnnl
7.su a. m. ana 4iu p. m.
u. u. hainuouk, uen'i rans'r A
a. &. Muijr.uu. rres. a uen'i manacer.
) and after Septeviber 1, 1891, train wilt f j
Bhenandoah as faLlnuiM 1
For Wlgean, Gllberton, Frackvllle, Nel
Oastle, Bt. Glair, and way 'points, 6.00, U.fl
. UL IUU V.XU f 111,
Hundays, (WO, 8.40 a m and 8.10 p m.
For Pottsvllle, 6.00, V.10 a m and 4.15 p m,,
ouuuiija, vw, u.iuu uinuu o.lu I' HI,
for Heading, 6.00, a m and 4.15 pm
Hnndavs. 600. 9.40 a.m. and 3.10 nm.
For Pottstown. Phoenlzvllle. Norrlstml
nnd Philadelphia (Broad street station), 6.'j
u. lit. ttuu ..la i' in vfwim uuys
Hundavs. 000. 9.40 a ra 8.10 n m:
Trains leave KrackvlUe lor Bhenandoah
10.40 am and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p n). BundaJ
11.13 a iu and 6.40 p m. , 1
Leave 1'ottsvllle lor Hhenandoa'i, 10.16 ail
ti.ig, u in v.u p in. Dunoaysii, iu.iu & 1
l,eave Philadelphia (Broad stretA fitstlo
ror roitsvuie and unenandoau, 5.57, 8.3 1 a
4.10 and 7.00 p mweek days. BundaWO
(Umlted exnress. l.Oil 4.60 p to.) 12.21 1ZU.
2.30, 1.20, 4.02 5, tl, 6.2), 6.50 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 i
m, 12.01 nleht. 2
rtn Ur...n...,A Q of, intttntoeii ... D c.r, n
11.35 t m. and 12 21, 12.41, 2.80, 4 02 , (llmitel
t . n n. i , ..t. . : o ill MUU 14.UL mI
For Sea Girt, Long Ilranch and lntermedli
siations u.m, sm ana ii.ou a. in., 4.00 p. I
week dava. nuudava 8 25 a. m.
For Baltimore and Wnsiilngton 8.fl0r-7.l
u.iuauu ii. ts a. in., i u, o 07,7.40 p. ra and li
nlgbtdaily and 6 31, 10.20a. m., 1235 (limltj
express wlin dlnl.igcar toilaltlmjro) 1.30, si
'. ui. Yfa uuytt. r tjr liaiLllliuru only 1
weeicdiys. 5.08. 11.80 o. in. dallv.
For lllchinond, 7 20 a, m. aud 12.03 nlej
dully, 1 30 p m. dally, except Hunddy, 1
iT4ia leave uarriBuarg ior I'ltuiDurg afl
.he west every day at 12.25 and 8.10 a m al
MKI (limited) and 3.40. 8 80. U.8a a a. Wnv fi
,t(.ujun la n ui nuvi tau u ui every titty,
For Pittsburg only, 11.20 a m dally and i:
heave Bunbu'ry lor Wllllamsport, Klmil
ttuauuuiKUH, nocuesier,nnatoana JNtagi
'&1U, 5.10 a m dally, and 1.42 pm week del
or vniKiss, a,aup m weekaays. 1
K'or Krle nnd lnlermedlato oolnts. 6.10 a 1
ially. For Lock Haven, 6.10, and 9.66 a
Jally. 1.42 and 5.80 v. m. week days. 3
Isnova 5.10 a m 1.42 and 6,30 p u week del
J. U.WOOD, J
A. W. Leisenring, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrmq, Cashier, ,1
9. W. Yost, Ass' tCashil
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 IER GENT. INTERES
Paldon HavltiKB UcpoMlts.
JOHN H. EVAN3' SAL001
aQE, CENTBE ST., SHEN
FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE, J
rinest brands ol olgars always on
Toe best tompemoco drlolta,
First National Ban