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ONE MORS RIICTIOH
Pierce Fight Jirhvoon tho'
llbal Irish Factions.
JOHN DILLON HIT BY A STONE.
Many Heads Broken at tlio Ooaveatiot
of OouDty Olara- I
McCarlhyltps nml lariii'UltL' Suttln Tlmli
lin"rmic- Willi Vim. r.iitliuilasiii,
Blniirs mill lllucktlinrus Stunning lb, '
Town Hull 11 1 i:iiiiI--I'c1Ii: C011I1I
Klarat Ilia Combatant. -Nut i;uuush
1 Doctor to Oirp fur thw Injured, j
Dublin, Deo. 10 TI10 Clare County
Convention whs helil at Ennls, capital 1
of that couuty, yesterday, anil nil pre-1
sent had a most lively axperienco. Mr.
John Dillon. M. P., wan mot on arrival
at the rallroail station by several bands '
of music and by a largo delegation of I
JlcCarthyltos. Surrounded by the most 1
distinguished Irish loadors prosent, Mr. I
Dillon placed himself at the head of the
procession, which marchod from the
railroad depot to the Town II.ill. I
The I'ariiollites, however, were ulso
out In force and did not Intend to let
the occasion pass. Consequently thoy !
made a succession of llercu attacks
Upon the McC.irthylte procession, stones,
brickbats and blackthorns being najil ',
In the most olTeotlvo manner possible
by both parties. Time and time again 1
wero the 1'nrnellltes, fewer In number
than thoir opponents, repulsed, but
each repulse seemed only to nerve them
on 10 rcnoweu vigor in anotuer on
slaught On both sides tliero were scores upnu
scores of wounded, tha majority of suf
ferers cuuipl.iiiiiug of broken hauls.
AV uilows were broken on all sides and
doors were broken in. Tue police were
hustloil and jostled about like corks
imou an angry sea uutil they were mus
tered in a solid body near the Town
Hall and were prepared to use other
weapons than tliair batons.
The McCartliylte procession, amid
gio.ius lro:n the rarnellites, w.ts halt id
at the O'Counell monument, and tliero
iur. L.inon mane several attempts to an- ,
dross the surging crowds aroiiuit him,
while the battling witli the l'aruellites
was continued in the side streets with
the utmost vim and enthusiasm on uo.li
In vain diil the distinguished member
of Parliament arise to the occasion lu a
jaunting car at the foot of the monu
ment. He was groaned down repeal 1
ly by the I'aruullitus, who wero not to
be cowed hy oahsr the constabulary or
the blackthorns of their political adver
saries. Finally the lighting became so general
and furious that the ontlre local foroe I
of constabulary, reinforce 1 from tho I
outlying distrif s, was m.irciiol to tlio j
scone and fought its way around the
jucvarLuyiiea mini ib luriuua a cuiuon
separating them from their enemies.
Even this enforced cessation of hos
tilities did not dampen the ardor of the
l'aruellites. Thoy gathered tlnlr
forces together, and wnile the McC.ir
thyites' meeting was being held undjr
the protection of tho police, thoy
charged upon nnd captured the Town
Hall, where they held a meeting of their
This howsver, was more than tho lo
cal authorities, to say nothing of the
McCarthyltei, could submit to without
a protest. Consequently, the police
and the McCarthyltos combined tlulr
forces, and literally stormed the Town
Tliero were many persons Injured dur
ing this series of convention lights, but
no deaths from such Injuries are report
ed. On the other hand the local physi
cians have treated several hundred bad
cases of damaged heads, in addition to
paying more or less attention to several
other hundreds of cases of slighter dam
age. Mr. Dillon was one of the wounded.
He Is suffering from a severe scalp
wound caused by a stone.
rlinmtierllllli nu Homo Ilul.
London, Doc. 10. The Right Hon.
Joseph Chamberlain delivered an ad
dress in Edinburgh last night ou the
political situation, with special refer
ence to Irish Home Kulo. Tliero was a
largo attendance of Unionists. He
said that Mr. Gladstone had spent
three yours trying to prove that l'ar
nell was a reliable statesman. The
bogy of coercion, ho said, was now at
rest, and the police, so long and severe
ly denounced as the minions of tyranny,
now found their time taken up in pro
tecting Agitator He.iley from getting
another thrashing, and lu saving Dil
lon and O'Brien from having their
heads broken by their former follow
ers. A Dublin Parliament would bj a
doubtful blessing for Ireland. It was
noticed that Mr. Chamberlain was
as emphatic as Lord Salisbury in pre
dieting a civil war as tho result of Irish
Dmllcntlon tiftlm Fuirbniiks .Museum,
St. Joukmiuky, Vt., Doc. 10. The
dedication of the Falrbmks Museum of
National Sclenei1, presented to the town
by Col. F. Fairbanks, president of the
Fairbanks Sealo Company, took place
last evening 111 the presence of a lirge
gathering. Col. Fairbanks made the
presentation speech. lis v. C. M. Lam
son accepted the gift on behalf of the
people, ii.iil a speech was delivered by
President M. H. Buckhaiu, of the Uni
versity of Vermont. Following the ex
ercises In the hall a public reception
was held In the museum. The museum
Is one of the finest buildings In the
State, and Its contents the finest private
collection ln the United States.
Henry J. Laydon, president
Potters' Brotherhood, recently
Kast Liverpool, O.
The State Convention of the New Jer
sey Socialists has been called for Jan.
17. It will be held lu the Jersey City
The organized unions of Illinois will
meet ln annual convention at tue State
House,, Springfield, on the second Tues
day' in January.
The United Uurman Trad Unions of
Philadelphia have resolved that every
delegate to their central body must be
a citizen of tho U 11 iced .States.
The Cbllds-Drexel Fund for the Home
of jAged Prluters amounts to about 00,
000 al present, $13,000 of which has
been spent on the Colorado building.
MISSING CASHIER COLE.
Ills Wlfn lias Orili-rril III. Arrnst-Kon
.Htltllllll llfVMillHlllil CxpfUti'ri.
NrAnic, N. Y Dec. 10. The expert
accountants who nr. titamitnntt the
books of James H. Dlauvelt 9b Company
linve not yetcoioluded their labors.
They flud their worK much more exten
sive than llii-y autioipatod. They re
fura to make any statement ns to what,
if anything, they have thus far discov
ered. It Is expected that the result of the
examination will be surprising so far as
tlio firm is concerned; but few here ho
lteve Edward II. Cole, the missing book
keeper, is a defaulter.
It is now definite);, known that Cole
has been seen In New York since Sun
day, and In cons'nuenco the excitement
over his disappearance has Increased.
The townspeople do not particularly
care to say anything about tlio matter
to strangers, bat If they told what they
believe is about to come ont many
would think that Cole was not the only
ono who will prove to have beou in
volved, If ho lias been involved at all.
The question that Is agitated most
hero nt the present moment Is, What
was the exact ronson why Cole lleilf
Those who are supposed to know do not
care to make known to the public their
views on the subjoct, though some of
them go so far as to intimate that Hock
land will be more than surprised when
all the dotalls are out, if they over do
Thore nre those hero who oxpress the
opinion that while matters at the pres
ent moment appear to be ' aping them
selves in such n way as look promising
for a sensation, when the crittoat time
arrives, family pride wilt come to tho
front and play an Important part in
keeping the more Interesting features
from developing to an extent sulllcit'iit
to force matters to an issue before tho
President Kline, at the request of Sirs.
Cole, has telegraphed to Inspector
llyrnes, of New York, to arrest and hold
her husband ou a charge of abandon
ment. WREJK OM THE
N. Y. CENTRAL.
rvinatt Kllti-d, unit 1111 luieinoer l'u-
tally Senhl-l - russenneis Hurt.
NkwbUboii, N. Y., Uec. 10. The Chi
cago Limited express on the Hudson
Itiver Kallrosd, leaving New York at 1
4. Jill 11 in . nml liialcinv nn st.mis lietweetl
jfew York and Albany, r.tu into a train
0j tilroa c0,,i cnM ttn onglno and tender,
at Kishklll station last night
Both engines were completely wrecked,
the llremau of tho oxpress, John Smith,
of Albany, was scaulod to death, and
tho ongin.'or, James Kully, of Albany,
was so badly scalded that his lite is de
spaired of. Several of the passengers
Were cut by glass from the windows,
and others bruised hy concussion. None
were fatally injured.
A corps of physicians from Fishklll
and Matteawan attended tho sulforiug.
Tho Limited was behind time, and the
coal train was switching with soma-
nhnrns set for ilnnanr. Tho tracks wero
wot and the air brakes of tho Limited
refused to work. The tracks were
blocked all night.
Tim Itj-rnns Inilfutml.
St. PaVL, Minn., Dec. 10. There was
no longer any doubt of the indictment
of Tim llvrnes, the national organizer
of Ilepublicau Leagun Clubs, when that
gentleman was arraigned before Judge
Loch ron yesterday in Minneapolis ou
tlio charge of forgery in tho first degree,
lie pleaded not guilty, and waived tho
reading of tho indictment. The bond
was fixed at $2, 000 and the trial was
set for February IS. The indictment
cliargeB him with having uttered a
forged certlflcato of satisfaction and dis
charge of mortgage on eight lots ln the
Evergreen addition to Minneapolis,
upon Mary A. Uooilrlcb, his mother -In
law, through Lester B. Elwood, on
January 1U, 1BSU.
nav State Hoard of Trails.
Boston, Dec. 10. The first annual
bannliet of the Massachusetts State
Board of Trade was held last evening at
the Revore House. Covers were laid for
250 persons. President Charles E.
Adams presided. Among the prominent
guests present were (Jen. A. li. Mettle
ton, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury,
Hon. Ueuiaiuiu Butterworth, of Cincin
nati, Judge E. J. MacDarmott, of Louis
ville, and Herd. W. 1'ecK, 01 Cnlcago.
Qen. Nettlcton Bpqka extensively
on the immigration question, Commis
sioner Fred. W. Peck, Judge MacDer
liiott, of IoulsviUe, Hon. Benjamin Hut'
torworth and others also spoke.
New Orlaim Tire Department.
New Orleans, Dec 10. The New
Orleans Voluntoer Firo Department,
the last of its kind in the United states.
disbanded yesterday, nnd the city will
In future have a paid lire department
like other cities. The voluntoer depart'
ment Was wholly distinct from the city,
and made regular contracts with tho
city to attend all (ires for, $11)0,000 a
year. It closes Us existence lu good
financial coudltion, nnd It will be kept
up as a suc.nl unit cnarltauie association.
jov--I.lcot McKinlay's Condition.
Canton, 0., Dec. 10. Go v. -elect Mo
Klnley, who has been Indisposed for
some days, Is still confined to his bod.
and is believed to bo quite 111. Mo one
Is allowed to visit hm, and his physl
clans are reticent. All muttors relating
to complexion of stall or oilier appoint
meats have come to a standstill, as his
physicians have forbidden hint all men
till activity. The say the disease Is the
grip, with complications.
lllttou by a St.id Cat,
Newawc, N. J., Deo. 10. A pet cat
belonging to a Mrs. (ieiger, who resides
on Soveutrnith avenue, went mad on
Friday anil bit a number of piople. At
first it was thought that the cat had a
fit, but It was kept by a doctor until
yesterday, when It died of hydrophobia.
I'lve of the people who were bitten will
go to the Pasteur Iustltute in New York
Mr. Mills Worse.
Washington, Ilea 10. Repreentatlve
Hills, who lias been iudlsposod sinco the
night before tho Demoorutio annus, has
become considerably worse. Ills physi
cian has been oonipelle l to Insist that
he shall nut receive visitors. They fear
that tho siivero oold froiii svhich he lias
been sulTeriui; may develop Into pneu
monia. Ill ivi rlok Hunk lllvlilaml.
Wasiiinotux, Dec. 10. It Is expected
that a dividend In favor of the creditors
of the Maverick National Bank of Bos
ton will be declared by the Treasury
Department within a few dajs. mml
New Scnln for I'lillatlr.t plila rrlnter.
I'iiILadkI.i in A, Deo. 10 'Iho compos
itors on the "linie," "Inqulro.,"
''Iteeonl'' and "North AiUlriuili" pre
sented demands to their employers last
night for an lucreasu In their wages
from 40 to 43 cents per thousand outs,
The "Tunes" and "iJurtir American!'
granted the demand, nml nn agreement
was reached at the " 'Inquirer" oUloe,
by whiuh the men will continue work
pending a nuttloment, but the "Jteoonl"
lecllnes to ileal with the men and is
A'orking with a new force.
Mftntlnc: of Hllvnr Uiiimnlttn (JhIIihI.
WAKinrtrtTov, Dec. 10. Hon. Ai J.
Warner, chairman of tho National Ex
ecutive Silver Commutes, has cilled a
meeting of the coiumitto) Hera 011 Tues
day, Jan. f next. Gen. Warner snys In
his call that, In view of the probable na
tion of Congress nt Its present session
on the silver question, the meeting of
the committee will be nu important ono.
pMitilor Hauler's Wlfto Vary '111.
WAgiUMiTax, Dea 10. Snntor Haw
loy's wife Is d ingeroitsly 111. Jits.
Hawley has Iweti 111 t )r a fortnight, and
yesterday sii minted to 11 3a.rj.0al opera
tion for abscess, the result which is
awaited with great anxiety and ear
for her recovery.
i ci-ulm v I ualm's Iiu,iruv ult'fit.
Washington. Dec. 10 Secretary Fos
ter has so much Improve 1 1 iat Dr. Hamil
ton, who 1ms itt.ni .0 I iiiai ever sluoo
I. vimh taken tick, Inlfc Washington for
Cnic.ij.t yesterday to icUiiii ltis o III el at
duties at that plai.e.
It Corel Colas,Conrhi.SoreThrMt,Crop,Inane,
Whooping Couh. Bronchitis . 1 Asthma. Ae.rl.1
Mro fof Consumption in flrt " i "'
1vncrd tase. ita.ionoe. Yoawlll bcs thoei-MU-nt
r fleet after Ukinic tho first dm Ml k
Std.n t erjwt.tr.. Urj. mut, to u m (IM.
On ami aft r X veiaher l, ls.91, fraim will
leave tflemm t nt'i i lo'to its:
Tor w.k-t.11, li'eiua i'iao&v lb,
"He. 8t. Clair, .rn way pointo, isoo. '. 0.
1. 13 a 11 and 1.15 p m,
,audRyieOU,n.Si. uias" ' up 10.
.fri'ottjViLs, 6.W, u.U', 11 n u in ana '.l
.undays, 800, ii.soa m ana 3.10 r m,
Vr Reading, B.oo.,11 ij 1 ic ina.15pu.
;tmlya. (toe, !MU u 111. iinrtS.l'Jpm
'or .Pottstowu, I'lioonix viae, fHoirinti
" hiladeiihta (Mrod Htt xtAtlnm. '
1 U j i.m.unil 1.15 p or wank days.
L.tays, we, .su a in a.iu p in
"'Has leave Knwv tit- lor Miienaudo
n.lJamaad U.ll.6.01. 7 U U.U) 0 oa. Si...
diys, '1 11 a in andu.so p ai.
.uve io!i.viue mr -it'-'uao ioiii. iu.io .
i.b,uu 4 13, 1.15, Mi i in. Hundays, 19.40
a r " p m.
Ueavo fntlalelphla (iiroad strent station'
or I'oltsvllleaudKhsannilnah. 5.57. 8 3"r n
l.'O and 7.00 n m woelt davs. Bundai fl 60. and
3.X!B.'M rf.K), ll.CJandll.il, 11.35 ira,12.Wuoon,
Xlit. (.J ' 1. .02. ',o.t).2). 8.50 7.13 S.U and 10.CO
On bauaays. 1.2(1. 4.05. vi.s.5.i!.ia,t;.!W.BA,
1136 . hi. tn1 12.il, 1.10,2 30. 4 02, (lltnltei!,
i sn s 'is Hais. , . i. a ..aa u.ut mem
I'orHea Girt, Lonirlirancuan.l Intermediate
slalious 8.20 and 11 11 a. in., 4 1)0 p. in, wrek
days, fieelioiu only sou p m weeaoays.
For lUlllmore and WasliloKtou. 3.60. 7.20.
0 10 and 11.18 a. m.,1 41, 0 57, 7.10 p.m. and 12 03
ulglildally anc 8 31, 10.20 a in., 123j (limited
express wuu dining car tuilaltlm roj 10, 8.48
p. m. we kquvh, ror xiaituuore oaiy s.ik, s.vi
wtfii days, 5.VS, 11.30 p. in. dally.
Fur Klchmoud. 7 20 a. m. aud 12.03 nlcht
dally, 1 ao p in, ually, except aundiy.
le wist every day at I2.il aud S.13 a in rt
3 ' Hm ed and H.n, 7.25 p m. Way to-
too " 813 i a aud 4.10 p m every aay.
j CUisuure! only, II 21 a ni daLy aon i l.i
ui week days.
i'7C tsunbnry for WUllsmspDrt, K'Ti rs
iOD'1'laUna, tto.-heslo;, P 'rtalo'iuO sjiajr
i IJ a m dally, and . 83 Uooad;s,
ro' Klmli a 510 p in weekdays. .
fin a.rle ud Intermediate pslnts, 5.10 a lc.
ally, "or Loci Haven, 5.10, Rnd a in
lally, 1 33 and 6.3" o. m. week days, Ifo
tnova a.iu a mui una u, w p in wi-nn uny.
.10 a. io .-snudaya,
i. It. WOOU
'intx. Psss. Ki
ilea. &l4tt r
A J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages nnd Bonds written
Marriage Uconsxs aud legal claims
promptly attended to.
Rc&I Estite, ColWm an Insurance Agcac
General Fire losoranoe Business, liepreeeati
tlie Northwestern Life tusuranoeUo
OroiCK-Muldoan'obulldlng, cornur Centrt
and WeatUts., tlbenandoah, l'a.
Oood Properties of All Kinds For Sole.
1. A. two story double frame '(welling limits
stO'oand restaurant, on But ijntre Bt.
2. .Vdwel.lDsaod restaurant on ISast Centrt
8. 'leslrable property 011 corner Centre anc
Jardin streeui, suitable (or business par
4, V two story double Irame dwelling, ot
5. Two 2-iilory frame dwellings on Went Cen
6. Two story dwellings on the corner o!
Usalanuuuestnuibiroeis More room in
7. Two-story Blnale house nn North Cliestnnl
street with a tarire wareboune at the rear.
i. Three ttm-siory doable frame buildings
oorueroi iioyaanu Miiuertsireeui.
John R. Coyk,
Real Estate Agent,
OKK1CK Hkodall's liuILUINO,
Cor. Main and Centre Streell. SHENANDOAH, PA
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
l A two and one-half story double -frame
aweuiug uouse, witn si ire-room Tares
lauram nocawa on uasi ientre street,
l valuable property located on Houth Jar
? Heven rtwe'llne tiouitw attheoornerofGil
fcertMadMoydstrei. Good Investment.
Candies, China and Lamps.
QUIt OTfinsn thli week to teHchirHs full nf ItitmM. 1) .n't you kitnw
why Woh o lioiulqunrlerH for XitmsKift-and holiday k 01N of almost
DlfcCOUN r 01' I EN I'htt CICNT. on nil 1 UTuliure to tliu ninmmt of 85 00
mid upward o all toauhfr. I'luuli Goods, Doll itnd Tuvs in etullees variety.
Toilet sets, ull makes to suit nil pursed.
Are pronounced most delicious, only 20 cents per pound, nil kinds.
UHi M (t 1 IM lV
IV. VI 1 ij
16 M Centre Street and 34 North Main Street, Shenandoah.
TIIEItE Is money lu It for j'ou If
you purchase your holiday goods
from in. Five hundred styles dressed
dolls, from 60 to $1 60 each. Dolls'
shoes, btocklngs, trunks, lablts,
butoaup, chairs, toilet sots, paint boxes,
writing desks, doll swings, iiirrlllia,
'rums, trains of cars, gun boat" and
ilhor articles run by steam, A lurgo
li t of mechanical toys, tool chests and
all the latest games, ABC uud build.
Plusli.ToilBt anfl Manlcnre Sets
u'!qua silver toilet and manicure
eta, dictionary aud biule stand hold
rs, hook and ladder aud tire engines,
lu stoves, Q.-rmun top, trumpets and
many other articles in this Hue.
China Sets, Magic Lanterns, &c.
To ministers of the gospel and school
bought. All goods must lie sold before
refused. all early and Uavetlie pick
want, wiucn win oe so amue,on paj ment or a e mail deposit.
Lxccls all others, in purity, flavor and economy.
" Un.ce tried, always used. Ask your grocer. n6o'
Phi udelphia and Beading itailron
rime Table in effect JVoe. IB. ttftU
mm LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWi
Cor Hew York via Philadelphia, week: dayi
10 5.ir), 7.20 a. in. and 12 85 2.50 and lC 6
. m. Hnnday 2.10 and 7. a. m, For Kv
orh. via Maucn Chunk, week davs. B.
7.20 a. m. and 12.3 i and 2.50 p. m.
IT T Keadlng and f Ul'adelphla week dayi ,
.10, hOb, 7.20, a. m., 12.35 2.50 and 6.55 p. or.
;inaay, .iuaua 7,4a a. m., syj pi m.
For Harrlsburg, week days, 2.10,7.20 B. 111,
50, 5.55 p.m.
or Allentown. week days. 7.20 . in., 12.8!
2.50 p. m.
f or fotuviue, wees days, 2.11 m.,
l'UO 2, i0 and 6.65 p. m, Huaday, 2.10 and 7.l
a, 'a , 1.30 p. m,
for Tamaqua and Uahanoy City, week
da a, 2.10, 5.2, 7.20, a, m., 121 2.50 and 5.61
p. n. ouuaay, z,iuaua .so a.m., tsu p. 111.
Additional fur Mahanoy City, week days 7.00
vor incasior anu ixnuinuia, wwx uays,
7.30 n. m., 2.60 p. m.
jior wuuamspori, ounoaryana uiwisunri.
HrciK uuu. .V nui. u,a . hi.i im, i.wi
p. it. Sunday 823 a. m., 8.05 p. m, '
'cr Mahanoy Wane, week days, 2.10 S,2j
5.-3,7 20and 11.30 a.m., 12.15, 1.35, 2.50,6.55
7J' d .. n. m. Hnnday,-2 10. 8.25 and 7.4b
a,' (.05, 1.30 o. ra.
for Ulraravllle fhannabannock Htatlon
week dayi, 2.U', 3.25, 6.25, 7.20 and iv u.
LX. 1 "A W). 6.55. 7.00 and 11.25. p. m. Hunday
2-10 3 25, 7.48 a. in., 3.05, 4.30 p. m.
01 Ashland and Snaiuokln, week dsy
3 25 i.25,7.20, 11.30 a m 1.35, 7.110 and f 25
ai. BHnday 3.25, 7 4S n. m., 3.05 p. m.
XHA.1NB FOK BUKNANDOAil !
Irfave New York via Pbllftdelnhln. wotk
lays 7.45 a. m., 1.30, 4.00, 7.S0 p. m., Vi.:o
u .ot. ounaay, o.uu p. m 11.1a menu
iave New York "la igucn t.'itunx. wK
las s 4.U. 8.S5 a. m.. 1.00 and 3.15 D. m. Hue-
day, 7.00a. m.
jave I'm aaeipma, wee oa s, s.iu, ai a
0.00 a. m 4.00 ami 6.00 n. m.. irom llroi d
aidOllowhilland8.3,ia. m. and 11.S0 p. m
rum ktnano ureon streeui. tianany v.03 a
on, ll.'ft p. m .from 9th nc 'i"OD.
' 4ve Koadlne. week davs. 1.31. 7.10. ln.a.'
and 1.50 a. in., 636,7.57 p.m. UundaylJSa d
Hi. IS a. m.
bssve l'ottffvllle. week days, "M. 7.40 a. m.
121 Slip. m. Buuday, 2.40, 7.00 a. in. aof
11 t, a.m.. 1.21. 7.13. and 9.18 d. in. tiunday3.2(
7 43 1. in. and 2.60 p. m.
ieive iuananoy city wees; cays, fi.iti, 9.ir
d 11.47 a. m.. 1.61. 7.42 and U.44 o. m. Bun
day 8.4,8.17 a. m 3.20 p. m.
Leave Mahanoy 1'laue, week days, 2-41, 4.0(1
030, U5. llr. ra.,1.05,2.08. 520, 0 2d. 7.57, an.
10 00 1. m. tSuuday 2.4 , tJX), and 8.27, a. it
I.i-avo Ulraravllle (Kappabaunock tstatioD
wtiek dars. 2.47 4.07. hM. and 8.41 p.. m.. 12.0"
2.2 xW, .82, 8.W and l'J.oa p. m, Hunday , 2,47
t 07, "-3.1 K. m, S.41, 6.U7 p. m.
save wuiiainsport, weec aays, o.w.u.soino
6 . in. 8.84 and 11.16 p. m. bnnday U.I
ir Baltimore, Washington and the we-t
via 't. it O. H. K., through trains leave Ulnv d
Avenue station, fhlladolphlaf.A it.it. 11
at 3.56 H01 and 11.27 a, m.. 8.50 5.42 anil
7 13 p. in. Hunday, 8.55 8.02 11.27 a, in., 8.50
o a Aua I li p. Ill,
Leave fnlladelpUla, Chestnut dtreei Wua I
a u soatn (street w nan.
Vnr llunli- "r
Week-dsys-Il!xpress,9:00 a. m. 2.00. 4.W,
p. u. (vcoo-nmoasuon, e.uu . m. ana o.'ju,
Haadaya, Krpress, 8.00 a. m. Acoom--no
ntoa,S.00 a. m. and 4.30 p. m.
tntnrnlng, leave Atlauilu City, depo
A Uailo ant Arkansas aveuuBR. weAk-Os t
Kxnress.7.30. 9.00 a. m. and 4.00. 0. m. Ac-
(-ommojatliirS.lO a. m. aud 4.30 p ra, Hun
days -Express. 4 00, p. ra. Accommodation
7.30 a.m. and 4.30 p. m.
u. u. ta&csuui.ii&, uuq'i x-ass-r ak'
V MnljKOI). Pres. A (Jen'l Manaser.
Grand Holiday Display
Of new and desirable presents ;for the old
102 North MdiD Street, Shenandoah.
8 South Main Street.
Perfumery, Sleighs I
teachers, 10 per cent, oil on all (roods
Junuurv 1st, nnd 110 reasonable oiler
or tlie lor. You can select what you
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
ABllANQKMENT OF PAB8ENOEK TKAINB,
-NOV 15. 1891.-
I'assenger trains will leave Hhenaudoali for
nauon i;nunk, -eniguton, mallngton, cata
sauqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Phil
aoeipnia ana ts ew 1 ora at o.n, 7.40, a.ua a. m,
1252. aiO. 6.28 n.m.
For Belvldere, Delaware Water Gap and
oirjuusoargaLo.s, a. m., ana o.ep. m.
U-n-l Dn.l,anHllaanil fPHn.n,. 'aiN n m
For White Haven, Wllkes-Barre and Pitts
ton 6.47. 0.08. 10.41 a. m. 3.10 nnd 52H n. m.
ForTunkbannock, 10,41a. m., 3.10 and 5.26
For Auburn, Itbaca, Geneva and and Lyont
iu.sl a. in., ami o.v p. m.
ForLaceyvlllo.Towanda, Bayre, Waverly
E.1IU1JU, IHKUCCLVI. UUUIU, 1' lOKAIil I '.LIB,
Chicago and all points West at 10.41 a. m.,aDd
5.28 p. m.
For Klmlra and the West via Salamanca at
nor'Anaenrien, iiazioton, tstockion, l.nm
her Yard. Weathorlv and Penn Haven Juno
Hon at 6.4f, 7.40 p,0$ a. tn. and 12.52, 3.10 and
58 d. m
For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and
Meadow. 7.40. 9 08 a.m. and 5.28 n. m
ForHcrantonat5.47 9.0K, 10.41a. m. 8 10 and
5:28 p. ra.
For uaxie uroos. jenao, uriiton ana jrroo
land at 5.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41 a. m.. liM 3.10 and
rortjuaKaKo at a. 17 ana v.ue a. m.i ana
8.10 d. m
For WiKeans, Gllberton and Fraclcville at
5.50 and 8.52a. m.,and 4.10 p. m.
For Yatesville, Mahanoy Olty and Umaut i
5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.11, a. m., 12.32, 3.10,5.20, 8,03,
9.21 and 10.27 p.m.
f or Liost ureoa, jiraraviue ana Asmano
4.27. 7.48. 8J52. 10.15 a. m.. 1M. 1.40. 4.10. JM
8.C8 and 9.14 p. m.
Fon Darnwstflr, Ht. Clair and PottsvHle
5 50 f.40, 8 52, 9.08, 10 41 a. in., 12.52,3.10, 4.10, 6.26
For Hack Mnnntaln. New Boston and
Morea. 7.40. 9.08. li'.41 a. in.. 12.52, 3.10, 6.28 aud
S.C3 p. m
for ttaven itun, uciurana, mu uarmei ana
-ihamokln, 8.52, and 10,15 a. m., 1.40, 4.4(
tnu B.uo p. m.
Trains leave Hhamokln for Bhenandoah.
.5 11. a. m., 2.10, 4J10 and 9.30 p. m., arrlvlne
at Shenandoah, 8.05 a. m., 12.52. 3.10, 6.20 and
KorliOtty. Anacniiod, suvnr urooic jiiuc-
tl.iun i 118115,17,7 40.9.08, and 10.41 a.
m., 12.02, 3.10, a.JU and 8.' u p. m.
For Lost Greek. Glrardvllle and Ashland.
B.3U, u.iu iiu a. ra., z.u p. ra.
For Dartr water. Ht. u
Ulalr and I'otLs villi,
8.00. 9.30 u. m.. 2.45 n. m.
f or Yatesviiio, aiauauoyuity ana uoiani
8.00, 11.85 a. m.. 1.40, 4.10, 8.03 p.m.
f or Xjoiiyj Anaenriea ana uacioton, e.u
m 1.10 p. in:
For Manch Chunk. Lehlehton. Blatincton
Oatasauqua, Allentown, lletblehem, Kasto.
anaxsew xors, s.uua. ra., i.su p. m.
1 or rmiaaeipuia, i.to p. in,
K. U. 11YINGTON,
Gen'l Pass. Ast.. Betbltham
Green Truck Stand
Cor. Main and Oik Streets.
Fresli Oysters Received Daily.
A One line ot Choice OHOCBUIKa
Muts and Candles.
Poultry 0 all Kinds.
Mr. Costlet rrciives his areen trnotc dally
from the clt markets, which Is a gusranue
to bis cus oinerf that tbey will receive fresh
g XKii wu-n ouyiugirom mm,
g R. BRIOKER, M. D.,
physioiajj and snnanotf,
.Mo'.BEail Centre Street; Mahanoy Oily, Pi
duunjuhii svwjiai aiseaara a specialty.
Aiteerlifmenin In IM. mtumn. nut meriting
w cr, .,r wemK. aural ntht lltvpie. JV-
MOMl $. ' '
U'Olt HKVr A six roinieil Inline.
nwiviti Ini. a unit p.roi. Apply to
Mrs. It ibettSlddal ,3-18,4. JarVllns.ree'.
WANTED At oik!.., four brick
la)prsnadslxslono husiustn work ou
ho electric rallioait.ut ItappulKmock. 3t
Jj'OH SATjK. A frosh c fur enlo
. rtienn. Arnlv Ln rianmsl ft. Arbni 11a
W. Coats, reel 12 15 3t
V?Ol SAIjE Ko(
iiorse. SUilltoie for all kin's nf w rk. fnr
saieclteip. Apuly 10 o. J. Union, 21 Kast
Centre street, $heuaiidOnh. 12 1 tt
FOU SVLE. One store room .uud
nns rtw lllug house. Iit 30 Net front
slid 1111 feelda o. Place. MIS ws Ro I sirxnt.
Kasy ermj. Apply to Frank Warn'c.
TOU SALE. TIib gray team nf
JL horses r 'oentlv uso 1 hv the Colombia 11.
,t -t. l' Co.. No. 1 The liur.as will be a
bargaluto 1)1 j purchasers.
JllIlS KlSB IIOiVKII,
KllANK ' OIllllNOTONf
J A SI IS McllONM.I),
CHARTKU NO riOK. Notice Is
' hereby given that nn appilcatlAu Will
be inde Hi the Court ol Common Fli-a nt
SchnylU'll cumly ou Monday, December 21st,
A. if, is'ji. atiuociocK mine loienoon lln-
ler tbo"corrostl"iii act or ihw common wealth
ol Pennslvapla, approved AitI129. 1874 "and
the sunplement1 ibTeto, fnr the caaltcrol an
inte ded corporation tobe called "St. Hporge's
Lithuanian I'atbo lo Boocncla! Hoclctv. of
8110' andoali, l'a." sal assiclaiion is to be
locaio i in sueoauaosn, r.i., tinil t' nave i.ir
is omo.-t ine ma lonauo1' Ol a soo'ciy
social, educational and benflrlal mir-
oses lo lis members fro n muds collected
a. U. Mi J.OI.LiOl'Kl Kit,
Attmiipy fir Applicants.
Buennmtnnh, Pa.. N iv. 1, '91. 11-2I-3W
irst National Bank,
W. Letsenrmg, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
. J. R. Lcisennttq,' Cashier,
" V? W.Yost, Ass' 't Cashier.
Opeu lially Kroln 9 to 3.
PER GENT. INTEREST !
Paid on HuvlnicH nepoaltti.
GO TO HEADQUARTERS !
Tree Orniimehts, i&c.
Wholesale aud Retail.
I amr - pin rsBKini 1
Rfl V liLtAK UAlllJIt '
Aro absolutely pure, hnnday Pctiools,
Churches, Boclcites. eta, 'supjilled at
ce Cream, Bread and Cate !
104 N. Mam St., SHENANDOAH.
For the beflt cold and silver rimmed
spectuclen J3yes tested free or charge.
102 N, MAIN ST., SHENANDOAH.
WALL PAPER BARGAINS I
Largest and cheapest stock ln town.
Artistic Painting, Graining and Decorating!
J. P. GARDEN,
10 2 Bm 231 W. Centre St.. SHENANDOAH
AL00N AND RESTAURANT
201 N. Main St., Shenandoah.
Tho Finest cM of Beers, Ales, Cigws. ic.
JOHN H. EVANS' SALOON,
.WE. CENTRE fT., SHENANDOAH
FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE.
Finest brands of clears always on hand.
Tho beat urnoeranca drinks.
PCUthf.ter'. F.ntll.U Diamond Ilr.qi.
TrV.? urc tJj rulUbl laoics m
,f (tOa VryjxUl tar Chkhtslarg PI,,
lilVLfWNianu.l HAJ In llA r.,t 4!.,IA m.i.lli.V
ns other Rttu danatrou auhmtam
In utter fur partteuliit fvUmooUU al
M ltlltf for IHlcs" ' nr, bj retsm
f SIPIL H'.UUU T. MitiiuiitM'. aami i-aper,
hill IT !l tOkO r . -. "tU. iftZ