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IS GOULD TRAPPED
"Wall Strcot Rumor lluit Ho
Will Loso Millions.
A BIO SENSATION PROMISED.
Bald thit the Wmrd's Only Salvation
Lies in a "Black Friday" Orasli.
Jay, Omirgi-, rtal., Ileporteil Away Short
of ths Market, mid Conimnnclliir to liny
Id A Dull llotwaen til Vnnderblltt
and til (lout'ls-Not (ho Speculator!!,
but t!ie Investor, Who Will bo Hum
med liy the Advance In Stnckt.
Nhw YonK, Deo. 13. "The money
market is on tlio eve oC one of die most
exciting opWortes in thu history of the
street," slid Mr, George Crouch this
morning. "Jay Gould, hie sou George
anil their followers are away short of
the market, anil the point has been
about reached whero they will begin to
buy In. Everybody, of courso, knows
that this will create n sharp advance In
"It appears to me to bo a duel be
tween the Gould and Vanderbllt forces.
It has been known for some time that
there was an unprecedented sbort Inter,
est in American stocks, anil on settle,
mant days, which occur fortnightly,
the Loudon peoplo have nntumlly won
dored and asked who the people were on
the bear side, which is only natural
with a big Arm carrying any amount of
"Now, why did Mr. Gould, who has
more ready money than, perhaps, any
mnn In this country, look with favor on
tho groat export ot gold miles ho do
sired to bear the market? The heavy
export caused no little alarm on tho
stroet at the time, almost $03,000,000
being sent to Kuropo, of which only
about $57,000,000 hns boon returned.
To be candid, it Is believod by stock
brokers in general that Mr. Gould was
largely responsible for this large ox
port. "It Is well known that when Gould
got a controlling intorost In the Union
I'sclflc ho opposed Charles Price
Adams, who was oustod, and some say
evidently tried to ttirow tho road Into
tho hands of a receiver, but that Mor
gan and theVandorbllts took charge of
the floating debt for three years, and
blocked the plan.
"Vv'iien these facts nre considered It
will bo seen that the Gould peoplo
stand to loso somothlui up In the mil
lions. Tho speculators, however, aro
not making any money out of the deal,
but tho investors, who are buying stocks
out and out, are ths people who are
reaping the harvest,
"Some people say that Gould's only
salvation will bo some terrlilo crash
Hur.h aa 'Black Friday,' in which event
bo can buy In his short Interests at u
"But I think Gould will emulate
Napoleon In a certain sense. As long
as Napoleon was advancing with his
army he carrlod everything before him,
anil thu ouomy fled; but when he gave
the order to retreat the Cossacks wheeled
around and hastened his stepi. "
Others corroborate Mr. Crouch, the
majority adding that there was no
clique or combination to down Gould,
but that It was the natural course of
the market and that Gould had placed
himself In the predicament sot forth
and would probably pay the tolls before
he got through.
One broker who was ssen but did not
wish to be quoted said that ho thought
it was more, the followers ot George
Uould and George himself that wore
short of the mirketnnd that tho old
gentleman naturally had to back thorn
Ollvar IVilauu Doml.
Baltimore, Md., Dee. IS. Oliver
Wilson Doud, the well known actor
manager, who Is dead at Mount Hope
Iletront, near Baltlmere, of paresis and
derangoment ot the digestive organs,
brought on by overwork, was nearly 87
years old. Ills stage career was begun
In Baltimore with John T. Ford at the
Ilolllday Streat Theatre as call boy. He
next became prompter, nnd afterward
was stage director for Mrs. Lander on
her tours. Ho dlroctod for J K. Kin
met, John E. Owen, Charlotte Cusb
initn, and had charge ot the Arch Street
Theatre stage, Philadelphia, tor Mrs.
Drew. He accompanied Mary AndJrxon
on her memorable tour to Knglaud, uud
from that' time until two soitsons ago
waB first with Lawrence Itarrott nnd
with the Booth and Barrett combination.
K&-pmikBr Iteed'it l'lctur.
WA8nittaTO.N, Dec. 12. Tho portrait
of ex-Speaker lined which was placed In
the Speaker's lobuy ot the House tho
other day, and just between the like
nesses of ex-Speakers Randall and Car
lisle, has boon, at tho request of the
Maine statesman, removed to another
wall In tho west end of the lobby. It Is
stated that Mr. Heed requestod tho
change for the reason that there was a
bad light where the picture formerly
bung. Mr. Itced says that ho couslders
tho portrait ot himself a success from
nu artistic standpoint, but he must let
others say whether or not it is a good
Jlvftlli nf mi Hid "J'unnxy" Kmployee.
PlIIl.APM.VHiA, Dec. 12. Thomas It,
Davis, auditor of ths disbursements of
the I'euusylvaula Jtnllroad Company,
is dead, lie was 01 years old. Air.
Davis had been in the omploy ot tho
Pennsylvania II. It Company tor more
than forty years.
.lul.liud ik Kulf. Into II la Throat.
N-KWAltK, N. J., Dec. 12. Herman
Klemens, who attempted suicide in H
saloon on Howard street at 8 p. m. will
die. lie jabbed a kuife iuto his throat
several tiuiejt.lnllicttug horrible wounds.
The investigation of Ilarrlsburg'i
Inky water has ouluilnate.l In a fresh
deposit ot culm In the river.
The following fourth-clam postmas
ters have been appointed for Pennsyl
vania! R- 11 Steven. Mills; S. Wolfe,
Whtednle; J. King, Worth.
buffalo anl Qlean (N. Y.) parties,
Oeortf" V. Foreman, principal, have
purchased Ijie Home Natural Uss Com
pany plant of Ilutler for fl67,0U0.
Another attachment for 1-31,400 has
boen issued Ha-alnst William Wharton,
Jr., IO., I"" i uuaiieiiiuitt cuuvrauiurs
..'.!. I'1..p.I Ar.mi. Ynrlc, fUhl.
. I , -1 . Til !.-.!.- . .
Jtoad. la favor of J. iloQuft4..
THE ' STRIKING TELEGRAPHERS.
I.IkxIIihhhI Dill ICv. cy Mini on the Huntl
l's sj'.um Will (I.i Out,
Et, I'aso, Tex., Deo. 13. The strlks
of thu telegraph operators bjtwesn this
city and Yuma on tho Pacific Divjslun
of the Southern Pacific Hallroad Com
pany promises to dovolop into mammoth
The superintendent of tho Santa Ft
ordered tho dispatchers to handle the
Southern 1'aolflo trains between this
city and Darning, N. M., but the opera
tors bluntly refused, and tho superin
tendent was notified,
If he tries to force tho matter and put
non-union men to work, it means a
strike on the whole S mta Fe system.
Tho district superintendent ot the West
ern Union onle'ivl the men to bandit
the trains between hero and Settling,
but the men would not, and the mattoi
rosts there until higher ofllclals art
The trainmen between here nnd Yuma
are holding meetings to decide as tc
whether they shnll take nuy action In
ths present difficulty, la an interviow
one of thorn stated that It tho Southern
1'aolflo Company succue ls In defeating
the operators they will be the next to be
dealt with iu a like manner. The op
erators have received nsraiices from
every connection and they will stand by
each other In this cise.
RUSSIA'S SAD STATE.
Ilnnkruptcy Rpri-ndlng, and the lllch Do
mr oendlne lo 1'ovnrty.
Sr. PETEHSDUtto.Dec. 13. Bankruptcy
Is spreading in this city, and tho gen
eral condition ot trade is deplorable
The same account Is received from all
parts of Hussla. Iu city and country
insolvency is the rule, Insteal of the ex
ception, an 1 while tlio respectable poor
aro becoming mendicant, the noble and
formerly rich aro descending to poverty.
Tho prospect for the remainder of tho
winter is most gloomy. Fewer deaths
nre roportod from starvation, but the
area of destitution is muoh increased,
tho small number of deaths bolu t at
tributed to the greater olUcieucy of
government relief. Tho relief is now
largely supported by the proceeds of the
recent loan, and It Is extremely doubt
ful whether any tuxes can be collected
In more than half the empire.
The Cnse of Knclneer ClilUon,
Rutland, Vt., Dec. 12. Tho jury In
tho cose of Eugene Chllson, engineer,
Indicted oil the charge of manslaughter
for causing tho collision ot trains on tht
Kutlnnd liallroad, near Brooksvllle,
Nov. 30, 1838, in which several poraout
Were killed, brought in a verdict that ha
was guilty of criminal negligence and
lecommended the prisoner to the mercy
of thu court. He has been released oo
ball to allow ot tho legal points In the
case to be heard before the next session
ot the Supreme Court. The only wit
ness introduced lor the defence was the
engineer himself, who testified that he
was very sick on bis locomotive, which
was a strange one, on a road over which
he bad never run a mile, and was as
signed to this special train in the night
time on "wild duty" agulnst his own
London "Time " Sfan on ths Mtstsnge.
London, Dec. 13. A dispatch to tht
London "Times" from its Valparaiso
correspondent, who has been sending
former dispatches antagonistic to the
United States, says that the portion ot
President Harrison's message relating
to Chill Is certain to produce a painful
impression, that the American colony
is Indignant at the action of American
representatives In Chili, doclaring it is
based on parsons! motives and soock-
gambling. The correspondent expresses
a hope that Congress will demand nil
documents relating to affairs with
Chili, when it will be saen that an
apology Is necessary from President
Harrison to the Chilian Government.
Oov. Hill's "llody-C.liard."
Albany, N. Y., Dec. 12. The sensa
tional stories sent out from hero by
'specials" that Gov. Hill Is accompan
ied by detectives on his way to and from
the capitol to guard him from assault
by cranks and that guards have been
employed for that purpose at the execu
tive mansion, and that all "visitors are
inspected" before admission to the ex
ecutive chamber, are wholly untrue.
Gov. Hill has netlher solicited nor ac
cepted protection, but comes nnd gooj
as usual, and visitors nre received at tht
capitol in the usual manner.
A FalUi "Cured" Maniac's Crime
GnEENSHUito, Pa., Dec. 12. John W.
Mack was released from the Bethany
Home, n "divine healing" Institution
here, an cured of Insanity a few days
ago. In the night ho went to the house
ot George Fisher, at Bolivar, and an
nounced that ho was going to kill the
family. A terrific struggle ensued, and
neighbors coming to tho rescue over
nowerud tho madman, but uot until ht
had lutlicted fatal Injuries upon Fisher
nnd frightened his Invalid wife so she
lllacUniullurs IlidJ for Trial.
NkW Haven, Conn., Dot 12. Sydney
Coo und bis wiio iimlly have ueen re
manded for trlnl for attempting to
blackmail James D, Bowell, tho I'resl
dent of the Chamber ot Commerce. Mrs.
Coe has ooufessed that she sent the en
ticlng letters to Mr. Dewell and that she
did so at the Instigation ot her bus
baud, who threatened to kill her if she
did nut write the letters.
Attftinpt un Miners' I.Ives.
Biuzir, Ind., Dec. 12. A diabolical
attempt on the lives of many men was
made hero at noon. While a numbor ot
non-union mta were at work in tho
mine, a bomb was exploded in soina
mysterious manner, causing parts of
the mine to cave in. It Is believed that"
no lives were lost. The atrocious deed
is accredited to striking union men.
The Victims Now Nuiulior Nine.
St. PaUI, Minn., Ueo. 13. Nine is
now tho number of klllod in the Shep
anl block dlsastor iu stead of eight,
George Morris, whose skull was frac
tured, having died at the City Hospital.
NEW ENGLAND BRIEFS.
The First Natl on nl IJmk of Arling
ton, . Mass., capital (110,001 has been
authorized to begin business.
The funeral ot William Clapp, -of the
Boston "Journal, " took place Friday.
Many men of not were present.
Flro In the wool bouse at Stevens'
null in Franklin Falls, N. II., caused a
. f tn nnn
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THE PHILADELPHIA PRESS.
Published Dally, Sunday, Wook'y.
A fi.mliy psiier whlcu'' it 'anrt,'' uutdn
Minimi and Jim the po'r for ttfls Atnflri
'nn'liomo. The 1'reta bus tho belt' plj&fdo oraiilz
urn lo secure nw from tho most itnnor-
snt fources, and wi'h tienrlv -100 corro
ynn -ent In l'Bniisjhnnls, Nbw Jerfej.
.nd Delaware, thattnlo and rtoar-stdionu
'ipws Is coverod with a roullno carolulne
md attention to detail not uvon attempted
by sny othur pspor.
The Press has aUo tho best of correspon
d"i)U H all the great cities of the Unite..
Stales, ns well as) financial and railroad
I'xporteln Cnlfago nnd tho Weet, whi.
KM-p tho pspor mnro than abreast Willi
Tho columns of tho Sunday Press a. r
Hnriched by contributions from thoso
lio names aro wriUun high in our lift
i groat author), novelists, oteiiylsU, a
well as fiom mon of high rank iu publio
ifo. Tho bet authors know that thir
neat i.udloncos aro tho radera of tho dally,
Sunday, and Weekly Press.
Ill politics The Press knows no other
tna-tur than tho pooplo uud tho past year
'.as loen, as hns been soon before, the
marked fact that It U subservient to no
political boss. It has no political ambllions
to foster, but looks alter the interests of its
renders, and dolivors Itielf upon tho issues
of the day in a raannor boih frank and
itarloss, lotting tho lacts epouk lor them
selves and evading no iesues hut meoling
them all on the basis of fair play to all
men at all limes. In pagi know no dis
tinctions and tho righls of ono class ovor
another aro neither recognized nor sup
ported. Advertisements of IiVlp, "Wanted, Busi
ness, Opportunities, Keal Estate, etc , may
ho inserted in The Press for one cent a
Terms. By mail, postage fren in tho
Uniiod Statos and Canada: ' Daily (except
Sunday), ono yoar, ?0.0O; Daily (except
uudnj), one mimlh. Wc; Dally (Inc.u in.
unduy), ono year. S7 CO; Daily (includinx
Sundv). ono month, C5s.j Sunday, oni
. ear, f 2 00; "UVekly Press, ono year. 81.00
Drafts, checks and other remittances
ho'ild be made paynblo to Iho order of
The kkss Comi'AUy, Limited, Philadel
1'reAohsr Who Imagined Himself Uylnj?.
WiLKESBAKRB, Pa., Dec. 13. The Kev.
8. Zehner, ot Berwick, suddenly awoke
from a doep sleep, and found that his
false teeth were missing. He thought
he felt a choking sensation. Two doc
tors were sent for. They could give no
relief. Tho minister gasped (or breath,
lie boils farewell to his family and
thought he was going to die. His little
daughter soou found the missing teeth
in a bureau drawer. Ths patient at
once recovered. )
Sirs. Cleveland Nut 111.
Buffalo, N. Y., Deo. 12. Henry E.
Ferrine. of this city, received a dispatch
from Grover Cleveland contradicting
the roport of Mrs, Cleveland's Illness,
The dispatch says: "She was never bet'
ter In her life."
Caps and Gowns for Yale Seniors.
New Havkn, Conn., Dec. 12. About
two-thirds ot tho senior class at Yale
have voted In favor of caps and gowns,
and they will be worn on commence'
NEW YORK NEWS IN BRIEF.
The' wife of Col. A. F. Ltndley,
of Fougbkeepsio, lias deserted mm
They wero married in April, 1838, ho
being her third husband.
Georus S. Stokes, the lunatic lawyer,
Is resting qnlutly in the Insane pavilion
at Bellevue Hospital, Dr. Douglass and
bis associate examiners express little
doubt ot his insanity.
Mrs. Emma B. Swan, New York, con
victed lust week ot an attempt at ab
duction of her own daughter, was sen
ten ced by Judge Martino to two years
imprisonment In states prison.
T. C. DoWitt, a farmer of Hawleyton,
ten miles south ot llinghamton, was
thrashing buckwheat with au old fash'
ioned Hall, when It flew oft the handle.
and. rebounding against the rafter of
the barn, struck De Witt, crushing in
There's a wide difference
between tlio help that's talked of
and tlio liolp that s guaranteea.
Which do you want, when you'ro
buying inodicino f
If vou'ro satisfiod with words, you
got them with evcry blood-punQcr
i but one. That ono is Dr. Pierce's
Goldon Medical Discovory, With
that, you get a guarantee. If it
doesn't help you, you have your
monoy back. On this plan, a medi
cino that promises help ia pretty
Biiro to give it.
But it's bocauso tho medicine is
different, that" it's sold differently.
It's not liko tho Barsaparillas, wliioli
aro said to bo good for tho blood
iu March, April, and May. At all
seasons and in all casos, it cures
permanently, as nothing elso can,
all tho diseases arising from a tor
pid liver or from impure blood.
It's tho beet blood -purifier, and
it's tho cheapest, no matter how
many dosos aro offered for a dollar.
With this, you pay only for tho
good you got.
Can you ask more?
Glsdiluil the lifnrtx ()f tllH tlllt finua
liwn BonictlilMg frnm our immense took of Toys
iiiilNiivollio-. bolls, etc. Call yourself foriiny.
Itlllg I1' WoOd ullll willowWHt-w f.mrliui-v rrlueo,
ami Inmps. Our tinware department
i nriyiit, now gooda uud very cheap.
vei d i Patent Autl-ltiist Tlnwure, uNo
Inuiite Ironware. H.-irlftiturt.m fa
Vitse nnd Piano Lnmpa. Come uud seo
Sylvia Banquet Lamp,
jmmm OF SANTA cues
6 M Centre Street and 34
MONEY IN IT.
China Sets, Magic Lanterns, &c.
To ministers of the gospel and school teachers, 10 per cent, oil on all goods
bought. All goods must be sold before
reinsert, cull (any anu nave tue picit
want, which will be set aslde,on payment
IMLA.'SL REESE, Agt,
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THE TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION
sis' InstiUts of Schuvlkill Co.
will bo held in
HGUSON'S THEATRK, SHENANDOAH, PA,,
December 14- to 18, '91.
Major Henry O. Dane
Ono of Hie greatest Orators and Word Paint
or. lie Uai made a tour around the worU
wlthasucciss l.ttleless than marvelous.
Dr. JamM T. Jledtey
The ureal Orator of tie west,
Hide of Mlc."
Jflns Ollfe Torheland Iter Concert Co
Klirnor Vlltorla liaoeirlul. Sonrano.
Miss Pauline Monu-grlffo, Contralto
Miss Kdiih I'ond, Singing Reader,
Mr. Gustavo Tu ilborg, Tenor.
Aious. uesiorurjiex, namsi.
All eminent and popular artists.
Marshal J, mider, 1'he Great Humorist.
l'Iio Park Blhters Q,uarlette:
Miss A...nle A. Parle, Uoruel and Zdher.
MU George V. Parte, Cornet aud Mandolin,
illis Kalle llelUi Park, C'oruelXr ) nhone and
Hits Ada Li. Park, Cornet and Mandolin.
ALU SOU) AUTIHT8.
From 'be Huston Transcript; "The Parle
Concerto muanymve one of their popular
C'liiiierts Mouday evenlog Tn itntlre con-ert
as received wi'li ranturout applause as i ley
appeaiel In Hie r different selecllons. They
aion lartsu, and deserve all the applauto
thedelliihte I audience bivo ' hem,"
1IIU1I SCHOOL QUAnTETTK.
Hecurlns Iteserved Peats, J;- ;1-
Hlngle admission GOo
Thoebrtfir the tale of reserved seat tick.
pt will lidonnnd at the box OH Ice of Fe eu-
son'BTheulro, on Saturday, Ijecsmlier 6, ut
1U.30 , m. ueiore opening cnai panics as
HrlutJU) urcbaso tickets will draw numbi rn
for iiosliiou In line. Eaeii teacher In line
miy puroaase any numher of tickets not ex
ceeding iweniy, ami even viuwu in iiue uiuy
imr-h:iKa anv number not exceedloz ten.
Tlierptesentaltveoreaoh distrlot will be
required toprescutto Iho ticket Hgeut a list of
the names of the teas lers (or whom he buys
UPrKon mav 1011
socond ttmo with the same nrtvlUses as at
After December 6 the chart will be open at
Jiirnri's urug s ore.
Doors opn it 7 p, w, Entcrtalumeut com
Trains niter each evening entertainment to
oil nnlnta nn 1.. V. 11. 1L between Ashland
and Delano. ArriuKements for kpecial trains
o other poinuon l. v. , u ana rran-s n,
H. can be made with Hupl. A. P. Iilaktiee,
Delano, and u. u. iewis, rmisviiie
Lareest and oldest reliable pnrely-coih coin
120 S. Jardm St, Shenanooah, Pa.
Tiie uignest grade ot uocoa jnanulacturcd. reriecuy g
Pure. No breakfast tablo should bo without it. m57.
rl A.VE you tried our fino CANDIES
L yet? If iiot, doso iifconco. Twenty
cents per pound, nil kindtf. Brjst.
made and warranted absolutely pure.
Nice line of
V 8 South Main Street,
Birth Main Street Slienandoali.
HPHEIIE Ib monoy in It for you if
you purchase your holiday goods
from ui. Five hundred utyles dressed
dolls, from 5o to $t.60 each. Dolls'
shoes,, stockings, trunks, tables,
bureaus, chairs, toilet sets, paintboxes,
writing desks, doll swings, nlr rilles
drums, trains of cars, gun boats and
other articles run by steam, A large
lot of mechanical toys, tool chests and
all the latest games, ABC and build
ii xuuui uuu iixumuuiu i.
Antique silver toilet and manicure
sets, dictionary and blDle stand hold
ers, hook and ladder and fire engines,
tin stoves, German tops, trumpets and
many other articles In this line.
Perfumery, Sleighs !
January 1st, and no reasonable oiler
or tueiot. you can select what you
of a small deposit.
i -i f ii
Loliigh Valley Railroad.
AKKANOEMENT or PABSENQHB, TKAJN9.
NOV 15. 1891
Passeniror trains will leave Shenandoah for
Mauch Chunk, Liehlghton, BLatlagton, CaU
sauqua, Allentown, lietuleliem, Easton, Phil
idelphia and New York at 5.47, 7.10, 9)8 a. m..
Fjr Belvldere, Delaware Water Gap and
oirjuuauurK uba.il, u. uuauu onp. ill.
For Larabertvllle and Trenton, 9.08
For White Haven. Wllkes-Uarre and
oon 5.47. 9.08. 10.41 a . in.. 3.10 and 526 n. m.
ForTunkhanuock, 10,41 a. m., 8.10 and 5.26
For Auburn, Ithaca; Geneva and and Lyoni
10.41 a. m., and 5.2d p. m.
For liaaey vllle, Towanda. Bayre, Waverly,
Chicago and all points West at 10.41 a. in.,and
5.20 p. m.
For Klmlra and the West vlaHalamanca at
3.10 p. m.
For Audenried. Haileton. Btockton. Lum
her Yard. Weatcerly and Penn Haven J una
tlon at 5.47, 7.10. 9,03 a. m. and 12.62, 3.10 and
For Jeanesvtlle, Iievlston and Beavei
Meadow, 7.40, 9,03 a. m. and 5,26 p, in.
For Hcrautonut 5.47 9.03, 10.41a. m. 8 10 and
sail p. m.
For Uazle Brook, jeddo, Uriaon and Free.
land at 5,47,7.10, 9.03, lorii a. m 122 j.iu ana
.a p. ui.
or iuasaKe at 0.47 ana v.ve a. m., ana
10 o. in
For Wlgiians, Qllberton and Fraokvllle at
,50 and 82 a. m.,and 4.10 p. m. 1
For YatesvlUe, Mahanoy City ana Delanc,
5.47, 7.40, 9.03; 10.41, a. m., 12.52, 3.10,5.20, 8,03,
aoaiui p. in. .
For liost ureCK, diraravine ana Asmana
.27, 7,48,8.62, 111.15 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10, 0.35
1X0 and 9.14 p. m.
For DarKwuter, Ht. Clair and potlsviue.
CO 7.40, 8.62, 9.03, 10.41 a. m 12.62, 3.10, 4.10, 6.28
For nnok Mountain. New Boston and
Moron, 7.40, 9.03, 10.11 a. tu., 12.52, 8.10, 6.28 and.
5.US p. m.
Fnr Itaven linn. Centralla. Mt. Carmel and
Hhamokin, 8.52, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 1.40
ma b.w p. in.
Trains leave Hhamokin for Bhenandoau.
7JB 11.55 a. m., 2.10, iJM and 9.30 p. m., arriving
at Uheaandoah, 9.05 a. m., 12.52, 3.10, 6.28 and
11.1.1 o iu
ForLolty, Audenried, Bllver Urook Juno
tloiian' Ilazhtiin 0,47. 7 40, 11.08, and 10.41 a.
m., n oz, ii.iu, o.i anu e.ia p. m.
For Lost Creek, Glrarrrvllle "and Ashland,
6.50,9.10 11.85 a. in., 2.45 p. ra.
For Darkwater. Ht.
lair and PoltsvlUC,
3.00. 9J m. m.. 2.45 c. m.
f or xaiesviiie, iananoy uity uuu ueiau?,
3.00, 1135 a. m., 1.40, 4.40, 6.03 p. in.
f or ixniy, Auaeuriea una xuiKiewn, o.(a
,n 1 4(1 n m
llatasaiqua, Allentown, iietnienem, jsasio;
anu now iu, o.w a. iu., t..tv p. m.
r or miiaueipuia, x.iu p. ui.
fc. B. BYINQTON,
Uon'l Pass. AKt., Bethlehem.
Grepn Truc,k Stand !
Cor. Mala and Oak Streets.
Fro3li Qysters Received Daily,
A One line ot Choice GKOCBIUES
Nuts and Candles.
Poultry of all Kinds,
Mr, Costlet receives his green truck dally
Irdru the "city markets, which isu guarantee
to his cuitomeri that they will receive frost!
gooaswnu ouyii.girom mm,
&. BRIOKISU, M, D
PJITSIOIAN AND S TjROEON,
No. 9 Eait Centre Street:
Mahanoy City, Pi
Uftln and all eneolal dlseasss a special
'hi atiolpliia and Kotuting Railroad
r' &tts M ftfeef Xov. IB, iXUl
I4IMS itLU SHENANIIUAii AS FOLLOWS
vtVr IlfiTc'SrSirK rf,. Il,l1nni..u. ,
0J!5Jl, 5. m' Rnd 12 85 a.50 and S.B
Vn1?y 2:,u Hnu 7M Vot NSW
i !ia M5nS 1.(!hunki wee days, 5.25
7 i) a. m. and l'i.Si uud J.io p. m.
m aa rmuuieiphu week dayr.
iv, H. ril.. 1Z.1L1 V HI and KM n n
1 .i. U " m., 4 -jo p. rn.
.JmJMlrlabU WB81c tt. iI0.J.3
uu, s.on n. m.
., .J' Allentown, week dayn, 7.20 . m, 12.85
!.,r.J.v,uI,i1? weok dRy8j 2-". 7.20,4. m.,
SA' p' m' uny, 2.10 and w
a. .4.30 n. m
"OT XaiilAtlua and Mnlinnnv fit..
rto 2.10, 7.20, a. til j, 12.35 2J50 and 5.M
m iuuu uiiy, wees: nays 7,00
For Lancaster and Columbia, week days,
";i rriuiampon, nnnDnry ana LAWlsbark,
week days. 8.25, 7,20 nnd 11.30 a. m 1,35. 7.00
p. Sunday 3:21 , m., 3.03 p. m.
tor Mnhannv Plnnn. wmak rinva Qlh
5.15, 7.20 and 11.30 a.m., 12.35, 1.35, 2,50, 555.
wane m. bnnday, 2 10. SJia and 7.43
a. m.- W5, isa n, ta.
vrT Ulraruvllln (ltnnnnl,Aniirw.V Rfulnl
weeK nys, a.-ij. B.25, 7.ai and 11.80 a. in.,
12.33, 1 85 ii.60, 6,55, 7.00 and 9.23. p. m. HnndayV
tfl0 3 25, 7.48 a. m., 8.05, 4.80 p. in.
ir Ashland and Hhamokin, week davsS
S.2d, 5.25, 7J0, 11,30 a m 1.85, 7.00 and e",25
l j. Hunuay a.z5, 7 43 a. m., 8.05 p. m.
J.'i;A.IHa FOll HUKNANUOAU 1
eava New Ynrtr via l)ii ..I. i . v
days, 7,45 a. m.,- 1.80, 4.00, 7.80 p. m' 12.1i
nr. onnaay, o.uo p.m., 12.16 nlgnt.
LQAVe New Ynrlr via Mannh 'l.nnV wul.
dstS 4.10. 8.45 n. m.. l.flOnnrl a. n m linn.
day, 7.00 a. m.
-V6 -miaeipnia. wees: nays, 1.10, aid
10.00 a. m. 4.00 nnrl R DO nm..immnmtil
a id Callowhill and 8.35 a. m. and 11,80 p. m.
rem mnnno Hreen streeu. Hnnrtav fl.nfi a
n. 11.H0 p. m. from 9th ano wren.
rfave Beading ,Teek days, 1.85. 7.10, 10.05
nd 11.50 a. m.. S.S'i. 7.(57 n.m. Hnnrtuv 1 jut ai a
10.48 4, m.
-nMVe Poturvllle. week davs. 2.40. 7.40 h m..
12 to, S 11 p. m. unnday, 2.40, 7.00 a, m. and
Leave Xamaoua. wees davs. K.1H una
11 2 a. m,, 1.21, 7.13, and 9.18 p.m. Bunday 8.20
7 43 .m. and 2.60 p. in.
I.evre Malianov City, week dnvs. 8.40. 9.18
aid (1.47a, in.. 1.51. 7.42 and 9.41 n.m. Hon.
flay 3.4H,8.17ji. ra., 3.20 p. in.
Leave Mauanoy Plane, week days, 2-41, 4.00
0 30, IJJj. 11.09 a, m.,1.05, 2.0(1. 5 20, 6 28, 7.67, and
10 00 o. m. Monday 2.411, 4.00, and 8.27, a. m,
d 37, 5.01 p.ni.
i.tavo uiraraviue ( itannauannocK cstationi
wees: days, 2.47, 4.07, 8.30, and 9.41 a. m., 12.05,
H C.82. 8.03 and 10.0(1 D. m. Mnndav. 2.47.
107, S3 ..m. 3.41,6.07 p. m.
n-'vti vy luiamspori, weecaays, 3.uu.u.4aana
ilM 'ta. and U.16 p. in. tftuiday 11.15
GV (more. Washington and the wet
via . u. K. It, through trains leave Giraid
Avpimn station. Philadelphia. (P. a K. K. K.l
Jit 3.05 801 and 11.27 a. m 3.50, 5.42 and
7 13 p. m. Bunday. 3.55 8.02 11.27 a. m.. S.M
5 42 and 7.13 p.m.
ATLANTIC CITY DIVIBION. -SM
Leave PhlladelDhla. Chestnut BUeot Wnh!5
a jU joutU iltreet Wharf.
For Atlantic City.
Week-days Kxpress,9:00 a. m. 2.00, 4.W,
p. ml Aosommodatlon, 8.00 a. in. and 6.C0,
Baadsys. Express, 9.01 a. m. Aooom
no iaiioa, S.00 a. m. and 4.30 p. m.
A Kntlc and Arkansas avennes. Weekslaj s
I5x press. 7.80. 9.00 a. m. and 4.00. v. m. Ac-
connnoJatlouS. 10 a. m. and 4.30 p, m. Ban-days-Express.
4.00. d. m. Accommodation.
7.30 a. m. and 4.30 p. m.
u. u. a&iAJUik, uen-ix-ass'r Agi.
V K. McLt.OD. Pres. A Uen'l Man&srer.
On and aJVnr November 15, 1891, rafn will
leave aiienuna-MH atjouaws:
For WigKan, uuijerton, rrackvllle, New
tie. Ht. Clair, and way nolnU. B.(x). 9.10.
11.45 a ra and 4.16 p m.
junuays, boo,.4uamanas.iup m.
yor Pottsvllle, 8.00, 9.10,11.15 am and 1.15
Sundays, 000, 8.40 n.ra and 3.10 v m,
For Heading, 8.00, 11.45 a m and 1.15 pro,
Hundays, 801), 9.40 a.m. nnd 8.10pm.
For Pottstown, Phoenixville, Norrlstown
i PhlladelDhla (Broad street statloui. 6.00.
11.45 a. m. and 4.15 p m weekdays
jacoays, uuo.w.ioaraa.iop m-
Trains leave Fracfcvllio lor Bhenasdoah at
i,iuHiouuuii,ii.ut, iu,u p iu. nan.
diyj, Ui.liamahdb.40 pm.
'jtjve i-oitsviiie lor uuenonaoaa, lu.ioan"
11.48, a in 4.40, 7.15, 9.42 p m, Bandays, 10.40
I m 5.15 p m.
Leave Philadelphia (Uroad street staUon),
or Pottsvllle and Bhenandoah, 6.57, 8.35 a pi
t.0 and 7.00 p m weok days. Sunday 6.50, and
I. 3 am
'or New York, 8.20, 4.06, 4.40, 6.85, 8.50, If
.208.3'!, .60, lLOOand 11.14. 11.85 am.l2.tmpo
.limited express, 1.03 4.60 p m.) 12.44, 1.35 I.W
L80, 4.) 4,4.02, 5,6,6.2), 6.50 7.13 8.12 and 19.00
m. 12.01 menu
in Bundays, 8.20, 1.06. 4.40. 5.SS, 8.12, 8.80, 9.60,
II. 35 a ai. and 12.44, 1.40, 2.30, 1,02, (limited,
0, 5.23. 8.21, 4.5 ,'.t .u a m and 12.01, night
For Bea Girt, Long Branch and Intermediate
stations $20 and 11. 1 1 u. m., 4.00 p. m. week
days. Freehold only 6.0 p m week days.
For Baltimore aud Washington, 3.50, 7.20,
9.10 and 11.18 . m., 4 41, 0 57, 7.40 p.m. and 12.03
night dally and 8 31, 10.20 a. in., 12 35 (limited
express with dining car to Baltimore) 1.30, 3.48
p. m. we-k days. For Baltimore only 2.02, 4.01
weos days, 6.03, 11.30 p. m. dally.
For Itlchmond, 7 20 a, in. and 12.03 night
daUy. 130 p. m. dally, except Bunday.
irains leave narrisoiirg mr i-iLisuurg ana
10 west every day at 12.25 and 3.10 a ra and
t 'I'm l ed) and 8.40. 7.25 d m. Way for
too ii 8 1j im and 1.1(1 p m oviry day.
w or iriusouTg oniy, 1.211 a m aaiiy ana iv.m
m week days.
Leave Bunburv for Winiam..ort. lllmlra.
Unandalgtia, Rochester,, w-'ialo and Niagara
'al'' M0 am dally, ao 35 pm weekdays.
oi Klmlra, 5 30 p rn wc leys.
Fui Urlo and lntermoo.i.te points. 6.10 ami.
(ally. Fnr Lock Uaveu, 5.10, and 90 a in,
tally, 1A5 and 6.8i p. m. week days. For
teunva l.lu u ill i.oo ana a,ou p ill weex uujrs
HAH. K. POGI
J. It. WOOD,
4en. P.is. Agt
First National Bank,
A. W. Leisennqg, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrinq, Cashier, .
9 Wi Yost, Ass't Cashier.
Open Dully From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST I
Paidon HfiylUKit Deposits. 1
JOHN H. EVANS' SALOON, .
30 E. CENTRE HT., BHENANDOAH
FRESH BEER. PORTER, AUi; I
Finest brands of ottcara always on banc'
Tho best tomperaaoe djin&s. I