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IT MAY MEAN FIGHT
Chili's lipply llegnrdod as Al
most nn Insult.
A SECOND DEMAND TO BE MADE.
1'V' iirs Knturliiliicil (lmt Minister Kfran
Jlay Itucolro Hough Treatment
Tin; 1'iu:sii)i;nt much nnritr.ssr.n.
The Saucy Answer of tha Junta Creates
MlnMer lignn IllftpatcliIlpportril Hint
He lint llenn Orderi-il to Itemovo tliu
l:iVcU nf the United StntM I.oi-ulloti nt
ftHlitliix" to tile lhtHlimirn Chilians
"Would 1.1 It o to l'lailit Ui-Acllrlty nt
the Navr Yards llnglniul's -View uf tlio
Washington, Oct. 80. It Is not too
much to say that a Koneral beliof til
"WnshiiiKton is that relations between
tlie Utiitoil States and Chill aro In dan
ger, not only of diplomatic rupture but
0 violent fracture.
As might he oxpecteil, the persons
who are aware of the oxact faols nt
this crisis are oxtremely reticent. Neither
the President, Soorotary lilalno nor Sec
retary Tracy can be persuaded to utter a
A sensational rumor Is current hore
that .Mr. Kgan lias been Instructed to
remove the property of the United
Slates Legation at Snntiao and the
refugees there to the United States
cruiser Daltimoru in Valparaiso liar
bur. This is not very probable as such ac
tion might require force and Santiago U
eeveritl miles by rail from Valparaiso.
'1 he report telegraphed from Santiago
ycteiday that excitement h id luen
caused by news of attack upon the
Chilian legation In Washington W re
Kiirdi) i here ns mischievous, and as in
clicntiiiK a deliberate attempt to fan
popular passion there.
In the present excited condition of the
Chilian populace it is fearad that harm
limy be done our representative there
unless unusual precautions are taken.
J. Mllltnlcr ltrtlll'n llUputrli.
Minister Kgan's Valparaiso dispatch
vtlmli was received yesterday afternoon
Kives the folloiVliiR as the reply of the
Chilian novernment to the President's
teleKiam of October 23, askln repara
tion for the recent murder of American
sudors In the streets of Valparaiso:
"Minister for r'oroign Affairs replies
that the government of the United
Statos formulates demand aud ad
vances thro. its that, without being cast
back with acrimony, are not acceptable,
nor could they bo accepted In the present
case or In auy other of like nature. Hu
does not doubt the sincerity, rectitude
or cportness of Investigation on board
tho llnltlmore, but will ccognizo only
the jurisdiction and authority of his
own country to judge and punish tho
guilty in Chilian territory.
He says the administrative and "ju
dicial authorities have baon investigat
ing the affair; that judicial Investiga
tion under Chilian law Is secrat and U10
time has not yet urrlved to make known
result; when that tlmo does arrive, will
communicate result, although he does
not recognize any other authority com
petent to judge criminal cases than that
established by tho Chilian people.
"Until tho timo arrives to disclose tho
result, of Investigation he cannot admit
that the dlso ders In Valparaiso or tho
silence of his department should appear
as nn expression of unfriendliness
towards tho (Jovornment of tho United
States whleh might put in peril tho
friendly relations between the two
A Keconil Demand to bo Mudo.
Mr. lilalno will make a second presen
tation of the views of the United States
to the Chilian government, and will
call attontiou to tho fact that wa have
not "formulated demands" or "advanced
throats" or attempted to intitrfere with
the "administration of judicial au
thority" of that country, but hiva sim
ply presented tho case to the Junta and
asked for proper reparation.
If the demand is not prompt! met by
a suitable apology, the punishment of
tho criminals and an indemnity In
money American vessels will begin to
concentrate on the Chilian coast nnd
very arrangement will be made for the
bombardment of Vnlpalralso It such a
course may be deemed necessary.
The President and Secretary Blaine
are very much in earnest In the feeling
that we should allow no trifling in so
serious a matter, and that wo should
not allow it to appear that wa are Indif
ferent to tho Buffering which has been
inflicted on the families of our sailors by
their causoless murder, nor to the digni
ty of our uniform by the outrage put
I'nrea Is Xaoilml.
It is not believed In diplomatic aud
saval circles that correspondence with
out a show of force will bo likely to
have any effect.
"The Chilians are a fighting people,"
said a distinguished naval oflicer last
ulght, who has touched at Chilian ports
on many cruises. "They had rather
light than eat. Moreover they have just
got through a little fighting among them
selves and their blood is up. The aro in
a pugnacious mood and think they can
lick creation. It was just the same way
with us utter the close of the Civil War.
"Wo had a chip on our shoulder for years,
And we were eager to sail into Great
.Britain or Spain."
'Would Tvuch litem n I.ion.
"The Chilians will be only too glad of
as opportunity to show the United States
svht they are made of. They have
-never liked us nnd they have a very In
adequate Idea of the strength of our
navy. As a matter of fact they have
nothing that could successfully 00m pete
with us If we should assemble our tight
Jng strength before Valparaiso."
Cuuiitlnjr on Kitglaiitl' Help,
On of the reasons of the bellicose at
titude of the Chilians Is hinted at In a
letter received by a naval oflicer, from a
comrade on the Baltimore. This letter
states that the Chilians are counting, in
case of trouble, upon the support of
Great llritalu. against the Viiitud States,
They have im warrant for this in Bny
Intimation from the British Government
or Jtuy declarations of the representa
tives of .Great Urltaln in Chill, but they
diane IhoJr tope upon the large English ,
.Snteratt in CMli and the relative
IIIIVAN AVAR TO
tits Ilnmli Uttrrimof a A
clpltitteit the Jtlnt
I.trrut Hock, Ark., Oct. 30 Advices
from Ilucksport, the scone of the riot,
are to the olTectthnt everything Is quiet,
but tlio feeling against State Treasurer
Hryau of the Farmers' Alliance Is very
strong. He has left tho County and his
whereabouts are not known. Hryau hai
been lecturing through the State on tho
Sub-Treasury, land and loan schema .
The fact that his friends went to the
meeting armed with shot guns caused a
Bentiment that trouble was anticipated.
Ills harsh utlernnoes against his politi
cal opponents at Bitcksport are said to
have been tho came of tho troublo.
Itryan had hardly finished speaking whon
n shot was II red which caused a
liuok Jlnnnlng who was Injured, died
yesterday. A little girl was found
crushed almost beyon 1 recognition.
Manning and Towns were shot with
Winchesters. Five others woro seriously
It Is feared that should Bryan nttompt
to speak In other parts of tho Stats
there will be sorlous trouble. Alliance
men claim that an attempt was mado
to prevent Ilryan from speaking, and
this caused tho troublo. liryan is an
Alliance candidate for Congress from
tha Fifth district. .
Till: SI1NATK INVESTIGATION.
Obstruction ThcIIoi AllogoJ -Adjournment
Until Next Waelt.
IlARmsuuno, Va., Oct. 30. Tho Sen
nto adopted a motion yesterday after'
noon, nftor Judge Orvls had concluded
his argument on jurisdiction, permitting
counsel for the Philadelphia magistrates
to discuss tho same subject.
Senator lioii raised the point of order
nt'a subsequent stugo of tho proceedings
that the necessary two-thirds hail not
voted for tho motion, but tho chair de
cided that as business bad intervened
the point was not admissible.
Senator Hall intimated that tho pur
pose of the Semite in allowing the argu
ments for tho Philadelphia magistrates
to bo entered, was to prevent the Attorney-General
from summing up tho
evidence In tho IJoyer case until aftor
The Senate will ndjourn to-day until
r.vNNiNo van"ti:h to die.
llu Cut Ills 1 In nut While on Ills
to u Connecticut Prlmm.
New IIavkv, Conn. , Oct. 30. A ten
satlonal attempt at suicide was made
hero yesterday morning. Joseph Fan
ning, a young uiau who had served one
term in prUon for robbery, had been
sentenced to Wotlierslleld for seven
years. With a batch of eight other
prisonors bo was being taken to the
train for transportation to tho pribon.
As ho entered tho door of tho railroad
station he drew n knlfo from his pocket
with the arm which was free, aud, open
ing the blado with his teeth, drew it
sharply across his throat'. Ho slashed
again, but his arm was hold by one of
Tho blude had skipped the jugular vela
and he may live, lie mndo frantic ef
forts to tear tho bandage from his throat,
hut was constantly watched. He was
taken to prison and placed In tho hospi
tal there. m.oj
MiW.S Of Till! U.tll.
Franklin, Williams County, Tonn.,
was half destroyod by fire.
Potor Jackson says ho Is not avorso to
Riving Peter Mahor, tho Irish champion,
Premier Mercier, In his tostlr-.ony In
Quebec, Implicates Laurler in tho Pa-
cauil IJIUU.UJU scheme.
Forest tiros aro raging in Nowton
County, Tex., and much timber lias been
destroyed. The country is dry from
loug protracted drought.
Yesterday Spanish securities closed
strong in London on a report from Paris
that the agreement in regard to the
new Sliauish loan had been signed. The
report has, howuver, not been con
Mr. James H. Wanlle, the assistant
cliiof clerk of the Census Bureau, hai
been appointed an assistant to tho
Hoard of United States Government hx-
hibitu at tho World's Fair to represent
the Census Bureau.
Weatliar lu.lloatlous. 1
WjtsniNOTO.Y, Oct. 30. For Noit EiijianJ;
Fain warmer, soutliarly winds.
For 12a&teru Pemuylvaiila,Now Jorsey, Mary
land and Dotaware. Fain warmer; south
For Eastorn Now York: Fain warmer,
Fur Western Xow York anJ Western Tonn-
sylvauU: Fair, warmer; southerly wiutls.
NKW YOniC JIAH1CEH.
New York. Oct. 20Mouoj- on call loanol
) at U por cent.
ranitdlnn Pucltlo 873
Cvutral 1'ncllic U3
Uilctttfo. Iiur. & Oulncy USM
Delaware & lludsim tU'JW
Del. Lack. 1; Wuituru 14'.'t
CI Oil n I
1.11U JIV. . wi
llito uore 4-
Loiili & Nash
iiisjourl l'acltlo tiOU
New Jersey cntrsl 117
Oieiron .Nuvlantloii 71
Hodintr 4 Hi
Itoek Island )i
Bt Pain 74 5 j
Union l'Aoitlo 40;
Wtslurn Union V-n
Wheat Irnwuliir. No
Ilan . llljlt' Jan. 107.
3 rod winter,
Corn clou! tlrm. No. 3 mlxeJ. 00;
o.j i: lieu, oil Jan. dju.
I iitu olosed stuiur. No. smlxoa, saiaui
nov. -uu, utu. jj.
Creamery. BUta & Venn., extras. 30 e.a3U(i.
Lruamury, wosteni. firsts 2 7 aaiJ ,
Creamery, wosceriu aeuouUs 'Ji o.a'J o.
btauumry. n. r, tmii. uirm....2iJ o.a'-I7 e.
Elate lucforr. full cream. Sent. fanoy..O'SOW
btate fuotorr, full croam. Auk. (anuy...uiia01t
Mate luclurv. lull cr am. tine Uijuii
btaie factory, full uiwiin. uoo4 to primeSltau I
ktuto factory, cummou to lair ,,,7 nii
Live Poui.tiiy -
Pprlnirclilukons, ch Ice, lame po hi ulo
hurl uf chlckuns, prime RV(a 8
Fowls, Jersey, btato & Pa., ier lb. . ., bti 9
DftESSEU Poulthv - I
Turkey, mixed weljrtits. ptrlb I J all
I cun, I'niiiu, oat iu, w pair. . ui
::.::i,jhaiirity's big game
Helping His Man Tiklen Ovor tlio
A SHREWD DOUBLE PLAT AT BLUFF
Tlio Wily Democrat io Boss Working
tho Koibmiers In Philadelphia
mill Trjlnjj to Gull tlio 1
l'liiineiw in tho State.
Hurrity Is playing a big gamo of
politics to get control of tlio finances
not only of Philadelphia, where he has
liia man Wright running for city treas
urer, but of the stuto us well. When
Burdsley resigned as city treasurer of
tho Quaker City, Harrity picked out a
young man for the place nnd got tho
governor to appoint him. Having con
trol of the Democratic machine in Phila
delphia, ho readily had Wright nomi
nated to succeed himself for the full
Harrity's next movo was on the state
treasury. With almost as firm a grip
on the Donuvratio organization in tho
state as he wis in the city, ho deter
mined to nauio the candidate for state
treasurer. He found the mail lie
wanted in his own offico, his deputy
secretary of the commonwealth, A. L.
Tilden, of Erie. He -spoke his wish,
mid the Deuicratio state coveiition
promptly ratified the selection.
How to got ills candidates elected,
now that they wero safely nominated,
was the next problem for Harrity to
solve. With the quick inspiration of a
shrewd politician , ho formed his plans.
Th.df.n " Can't you lift me a llttlo higher?"
IIaiuuty " I'm doing my best: I don't think
wo can reueh J "
He started out his canSdnte for city
treasurer as u reformer. He resolved to
play for the independent nnd mugwump
vote of the Quaker City. He has not
?;otten muchenconragenientthere. His
ioutenauts realize that a Waterloo
stares them in tho face.
To work the stuto for Tilden, the
crafty Harrity hit upon a regular bunco
game. He rigged up his candidate for
state treasurer as a farmer. The Demo
cratic county committees wero instructed
to muouueo him at all meetings as
"Fi.rmer Tilden." They were also
directed to form so called Alliance
clubs, and get the impression abroad
that there was really a "farmers move
ment" for Tilden. As a wag, who saw
through the scheme, remarked the other
day, "It is arranged for Tilden to keep
his pockets well filled with hayseed, to
throw into tho eyos of the farmers dur
ing his meanderings through the rural
regions of the Kej btone state. This gives
him u tsovt of fresh, agricultural flavor."
1 The farmers of Pennsylvania aro a
1 verv Tilain sort of neonle. and not easily
1 deceived by Mich kind of chaff. They
, i,.ir.,,. ti,nt- 'l'il,lPr, 1, hem nn oflUnn
seeker all his life aud that he now draws
a f,.t gularv from Ins noaition as deputy
' gecretary of tho commonwealth. They
' know irom retidinir the uioirruphical
, Bketch sent out bv Chairman Kerr, of
tlio Democratic state committee, tnai
Tilden started in the lumber business,
then became an oil operator, next a
purchasing agent for a railroad, then
got into the wholesale spice business,
and that he fed ut tho publio crib as
county commissioner for two terms
before he got his present suiiij berth.
They do not look upon him as u farmer
Captain Jolin W. Morrison, the brave
soldier, it was remarked the other day,
will havo an easy thing of it dusting the
tliistloblow out of would-be Fanner
Tilden's coat tails.
Harrity will hardly succeed in getting
his inuu Tilden over the Btato treasury
fence with attempting this sort of a
bunco game upon tho thinking farmers
Tlio contest, tills year In Pennsyl
vania, ns olo where, is ouo Tor ail van-
tage in tlio great Mnijju'o of'02.
Kvery Republican should respond
to tho roll call on Tuosilny next.
ItlHiVU 11101'OHIO VOTING.
General Gregg captivates wherever
ho goes. Captain Morrison also wins
votes by ins modest uoarlug.
Keep national isbties to the foret
Upon these the battles of this year should
turn, lor we are ginriaisiunglor
Pennsylvania could not uive a Demo
cratic majority at this time without do
ing just so much to encourage the free
trado majority in the national houbo of
representatives auout to meet.
Every Republican worker should see
that his district polls at least ns many Re-
Eublican votes as it did last year for
lieuteuant Governor Watres. That
will give to Gregg and Morrison a glort
Governor Pattison, with all of his
partisanship, cannot bfing auy charge
against either General Gregg or Captain
Morrison. Tho candidates are above
suspicion, and they will receive united
A Democratic victory in Pennsvlvft'
nia would be a Democratic victory with
all that such implies. It was claimed
that no national issue was involved in
last year's contest, but Governor Patu
sou was no sooner elected than lie be
came a presidential candidate. His nom
ination would be assured Bbould the
itate 0 Democratic this year.
S1 fy PERFECTLY PURE.
'cm moukwib (Sbcoa
is far cheaper and much
try it once. All reliable grocers sell it.
A BIG DRIVE IN FURNITURE.
We are making n big drive in fur
niture, but malicious desire it not its
object. We deslro to dispose of t largo
surplus stock, and propoao to give our
patrons tho benefit of some extraordi
J. P.Williams & Bro.,
A FIM SHOW
If youwanl to seo a fine display of Hoots and
bliOOS, go to
W. S, SNYDER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
(Mastollcr's old stand,)
Corner Coal unci jnrrtln HXh.
Custom "Wo rlc and Repairing
Done In the bostttjle.
LEATSItri anil SHOE FIHDIHGS
Dealer in all kinds of
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and first-clans 8 loci.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE ST.,
Ferguson ITouFe building. SHENANDOAH, PA.
Pure Ice Oream 1
BREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and EETAIL,
Orders promptly attended to,
tentlou paid to Halls, Plcnlcn,
NOKTII MAIN BTF.EET,
Niar Corner of Lloyd, SIIENAVDOAH, PENNA
Newly, Refitted and Renovated.
TONSORIAL : PARLORS !
Hair Cutting and Hair Dressing I
SUAMPOOINO, ETC., 11Y
E. G. J. WADLINGER,
Under Poslottlce Building,
Main and Oak Sts., Shenandoah.
45-Hot and cold baths. Polite, tiromnt and
People's Oyster Bay !
72 IS. Centre St., Sliciiaiidonu
GUISE & BEYRANT, Props.
Itiw, Stewed, Scalloped. lMnnedor
rrieu mortier, r ain lies supplied
at their housR WtU the beatoyHlera
me muricei auuraa.
All Orders Promptly Filled.
JOHN H. EVANS' SALOON,
30 E. CENTRE BT., SHENANDOAH
FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE.
Finest brands of clears always on hand.
The best tcinperauce drinks.
lfflM-.tlMUu"sbulldln corner Lfaln ia Osatil
It. BRIOKER, 11. J).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
4o'. 8 KHit Osatte HtreeU Mtmnoy Uty, P
Sxln n1 all cM"M iwww wwiwmw
p M. HAMILTON, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SUR0E0N.
Otnot-26 "West Lloyd Blreel, Bhenariant.il
better than tea or coffee.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
ARRANGEMENT OF PAB3ENQER TRAINS
MAY 10. 1891
Passenger trains will leave Hhenandoah ft.
ifanehltlinnk, Leulglitnn, HlatlnctoD, CnU
lauqua, Allenlown. Betliloliera, EnMon, Phi
delplilaand New York at 6.17, 7.40, 8.03 a, m
i:a, 3,10, 6.2.1 p. m.
For llelvldere, Delaware Wnter Gap ane
trouUuuric nt 5.47, a. m., and 6.2a p. m.
For Lambertvllleaud Trento'i, 9.0S a, m
For White Haven, Wllltus-Uarro and Pitt
on 647. 9.03, 10.41 a.m.. 3.10 and 6.2 p. m.
For Tnnkhan nock, 10.41a. ra 3.10 and 6.2
For Auburn, Itlinca, Geneva and and Lyoni
10.41 a. in., ami 5.2rt p. m.
ForLaoevvllle, Towauda, Hayre, Waverlj
ilmlra, ttocheeier, HulTalo. Niagara Falit
Chicago and all points West at 10.41 a. m.,ano
i.2il p. m.
For Hmlraandthe West via Salamanca nt
For Audenrled, llazleton, Btocktonr Luro
ser Yard, Weatherly and I'enn Haven Jntic
Ion atS.ir,7.40, 9,0da. m.aud 12.52 3.10 an A
1,28 p. m.
For Jeinesvllle, Levlstou nnd Heave
Meadow, 7.40, 9.08 a. m. and 6;M p. m.
For Bcrautonst 6.47 UOH, aula. m. 8,10 and
For Har.le llrook. Jortdo, Urlfton and Free
!and at 5.47, 7.40, 9.03, 10.41 a. m., 122 3.10 and
5.28 p. m,
ForQuakako at 6.47 and 9.0S a.m., and
1.10 p. in.
For Wlgsans, (Jllborton and Frackvlllo al
i.50 nud ) W a. m and 4.10 p. m.
For Yatevllle, Mabanoy City nnd Delano
iI7, 7.40, M, 10.41, 10,53 a. m.,12.52, 3.10,.23, 8,03,
4.2i and 10.27 p. m.
Korlxiit Creek, 3Irardvllle and Ashland
I. 27. 7.-10. R..-)2, 10.15 a. lu., 1.00,1.40,4.10, 0.35
1.10 nnd 9.11 p. m.
For Darn water, Bt. Clair and I'otUvIUe
.40, '.08, 10.63 a. m., 1232,3.10,4.10, 6.23 and H.U
For Uncle Mountain, New Boston and
vtorea, 7.10, 9.08, 10.53 a. it.., 12.52, 3.10, 6.23 and
For itavon Ituu, Centralla, ML Carmel and
ihamokln, 8.52, and 10.15 a. in., 1.40, 4.41
4iiil 8.03 p. m.
Train leave Bbamokln (or Shenandoah,
r.Sr 11.55 a. in., 2.10, 4.30 and 9.30 p. m., arriving
at Shenandoah, 9.05 a.m., 12.32. 3.10, 6.20 and
II. 15 p. m.
For Lost Creek, Glranlvillo and Asnlano,
9.10 11.35a. in., 2.4) p. in.
For Darkwater. 8t. Clair and PottsviUt,
ia0, 8.00, 9.30 . m., 2.45 p. m.
For Y itesvillo, Mahanny City and Delano,
..00, 11.36 a. m 1.40, 4.10, 6.03 p. m.
For Lolly, Auilenrlert and Uasleton, 8.0t
f m., 1.40 p. m:
For Muucli Cnuuk, Lelilghton, Blatlnfton,
Oatasauqiia, AU. nt-iwn, lietblehem, ISaetoi
tnd New York, 8.00 a. in., 1.40 p. m.
For Philadelphia, 1.40 p. in.
K. B. BYINGTON,
Uen'l I'ase. Agt., Uetlilehoru.
first National Bank.
A. W. Leisenring, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenring, Cashier,
9. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open O.illy Prom 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST !
Intd oil Bavluira DcpoHltH.
AHE GOING TO
Ml4ourl, iCniisaH, Arkausan,
Texan, NcliriiHlcu, Louislaiin,
Culornclo, Utnli, Clllonila,
Mew Mexico or Arizona,
and will send me a postal card
or letter stating
Where you are K0l"Bi
When you are going,
Where you will start from,
How "many there are In your party,
What freight aud baggage you have,
I will write you or call at your house und
furnish you with the fullest Information
regarding routes, lowest rates of all
classes, besides maps, descriptive and Il
lustrated land pamphlets, resort books,
Hot Bprlngs guides, etc.
Cheap Far ml ur Laidi In Missouri, Arkan
sas, jvausas auu 1 mus,
J. P. McCANN, Eastern Trav. Agt.,
W. E. HOYT.
G. E. P. Agt., 801 Broad way, New York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
A J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Donds written.
Marriage licenses auu legal ciaiiun
promptly attended to.
Real Est&ie, Collection and Insurance Agency
General Fire Insurance Business. Ilepresenta
the Northwestern line insurance uo.
OrpiCK-Muldoon'e building, corner Centre
and westbte.,aneuanaoan, ra.
Oood Properties of All Kinds For Sale,
1. A two story double frame dwelling house
Btoreand restaurant, on East i!entre Bt.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on East Centre
3. Desirable property on corner Centre and
jiirmu sireeis, suuaoie tor uusiness pur
4. A two story double Irame dwelling, on
T 1 Jill V U lirWL
5 Two2 story frame dwellings on West Cen
8. Two 2 story dwellings on the corner of
Coal and Chestnut streets Htore room In
7. Two-Btory single home on North Chestnut
Btreet. with a I arc warehouse at the Tear.
8. Three two-dory doakl frame buildings
liladolphia and Beading Eailroad
lime Table 4 11 tgeet Juty JO, 1801
LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS
For New York via Philadelphia, ween days,
. 0 S.as, 7.20 a. in. and 1285 Z.SO nnd 6.59
in. Hunday 2,l and 7.4j a. in. For New
irk, via Mauoh Chunk, week days, 6.25.
l, n. m. nud 12.3ind 2.60 p. tti.
,or Uoadlnc and Phllndernhla weekdays,
.10, 1x3b, l.ta, a. m., 12.36 2.F0 and 5.55 p;m,
uiUy.210ana7.48n, in,, 4.80 p.m.
nr llnrrlslmre, wcok days, 2.10,7.20 n. m,i
0, 5,S5n, m.
For Aflentown, wee day, 7.20 . m., 12.88
0 p. m.
'or Pottavliie. week day. 2.10, 7.50,. m;,
iaii.no nd5.55p.m. Uunday, 2 to and 7.18
m, 4 30 p.m.
"'or 'ruiuiuina and Mahnnnv nitv. paa1t
d 8, 2..0, 5.25, 7.20, a, m., 12 31 2.60 and 5.55
p n. Hunday, 2.10 and 7.48 a. m., 4M p. m.
A .dltlonal (or fdahanoy Ulty. week (tare 7.00
F ir Lanraqtor and (Viliimlila. waaV tinvn.
I J .. JU., .QU 1. 111.
ir r vimanispori, Hnnoury ana Lewtsmirii,
-e t days. 3.25, 7.20 aud 11.31 a. m 1,33, 7.00
m. Hnnilay 3:23 a, m., 3.05 p. m.
rur iananoy rjane, weea aayn, z.iu
.1, jjhqh ii.aj a.m., w.w, i.&i, ojxt.
00 and it.'- m. Sunday 2 10. 8.25 and 7.48
k. m -1.05, 4.30 p.hi.
Kor Ulmrdvllle (Rappahannock Htatlon)
- divs,2.tu. 3.25, 5.25, 7.20 and 11.80 a. m
2.35. 1 35 U.60. 6.55. 7.00 ami 0.29. D. Qi. Hundav.
l-M, 2 , 7.48 a. m 3.06, 4.30 p. m. j-
nr Asnianti nnn KhHtunicin. weeir
2i, 5.25,7.20, 11JH a. m., 1.85, 7.00 and P,P"
Hunaav 8.2i. K3Zn.ni.. 3.05 d. m.
TKAIIia FOH BUENAiSnOAU 1
ijave Now York via Philadelphia, week
f.7.45 a. m 1.30, 4.00. 7JS0 p. m 12.lt
alit. Bnnday, COO p.m.. 12.15 niBnt.
leavo Ne York via MaiiPh Chunk, week
ays, 4.30, 8.45 a. in., 1.00 aud 1.0 J p. m.
1 eave Phllndclnhla. wui davit. 4.10. and
10.00 a. m. 4.00 and 8.00 p. m., fr.ira Broad
. mi c!lowiiill and 8.3 a. m. and 11.30 p. m,
rom 9th ane ,4reen titreeta. Huudav 9.05 a.
3i. 11. w p. m. irom vui anc
uwta KeaatnE, week days, l.3. 7.10, I0.V6
ad 1LS0 a. m., 5.55, 77 p, m. Hunday 1.35 and
i,48 a. in.
Lrfovo Poltsvllle, week days, 2.40,7.40 a. m
."0, O il p. m, Uunday, 2.40, 7.00 a. m. ana
05 . al.
.'.vo ramaqna, weok days, 3.20, 8.48 nnd
2 1. in.. 1.21. 7.13. nnd 9.18 n. m. Uundav 3.20
7 43 to. aud 2.50 p. m.
.iave Mahanoy Ulty, weik days, 3.40, 0.18
a J 1L47H. ra 1.51, 7.42 and 0.44 p.m. Bun.
1 ly, P.1,8.I7 1. m., 3.1 p. m.
Jjoavi nalianoy Plane, i?esk 0nm,'l'liXQ
.0.3j. 11.39 . ml.05, 00. 5 20, 6 28,7.57, and
1 no n. m. Sunilav '1A . 4.03. and 8.27. a. m
3 37, 6.01, p. m.
usave uiraravuie (ttappanannocK niaiioni
i-aek days, 2.47 4.07, 6.38, and 9.41 a. m 12,0.1,
'2 S,l, 8.31, 8.03 and 10.0H p. m. ttmi3ay,2,47,
0 , 33 i. m. 3.41, 5.17 p. m.
hbavu Wllllamsnort, week days, 8.00,9.45 ana
i,55a. m. 8.35 and 11.16 p. to. Hunday 11.15
.'or Baltimore, Washington and the west
la B. U. it. II., through trains leave Ulmrd
1 venue station, Philadelphia, (P. & K. K R.)
.1 4.18,801 and 11.27 a. m., 1.84, 4.21, 6.55 ani
28 p. m. Uunday, 4.13 8.02 It 27 a, in., 4.24
55 nud 7.2) p. m.
VTLANT1U OIT 1HV1HION.
cavo Philadelphia, Uheetnnt dtreetVhaif
a x lo.iin-iireei wnari
i'or AllHtttfe Cllv.
Weok-dnv -Express. 8 00. 9:00 a m. S.1
3.00. .00, 5 00 . 41. AooovilDioJatlon,7 40al
aud 4.1j, u 30 . '11.
huuIuvo. -Uxnre.n. 8.00. 9.00 a. id. Ao-
coiiiai-nnm, i.OO a. m. aud i.45 p. m.
bl.ii-nlnv ltu,od Altaniln .Tilt. rlannf
frtantlonnu ArkansaH avenuei Vclr -oh' s
Kzprtss, 7.00, 7.30, 8.00 a. m and 3 15, 4.00, 5.30
p. m. AccommoilaUon 0.00, 8.10 a. m. aud
4.30 p. m. Buudayx -Kxprexj, 4 00, 0 00 p. m.
Accommodation 7.3 ) a.m. nul 5.0 j p m.
u. u. ti.t.Nuuuh, nun 1 rv iaci,
A. McLlWU. Hrnx. k (len'l Manat'er.
unit nrtft Siqrttmbcrl lS'Jl, troini Kill teat
MticnanUoah as follows:
for WlgKnu, (illberlon, Prackvllle, Hen
Jaetle, Ut. Clair, and way points, 6.00, 9.19
i. m and 4.15 p m.
Hundays, 800, 9,40 a m and JJOpm.
For Pottavllle, 8.00, 0.10 a m and 4.16 p m.
tlnndays, 0J. 8.40 u m nnd 3.10 p ut,
for Heading. 8.00, a m and 4.15 pn.
(Sundays, 600, 9.40 a. m. and 3.10 pm,
For PotUtown, Phoeaisvillo, rlorrletows
nd Phtladdlphla inroad ttreot station;, 8.00,
a. m. and 4.15 p m. week aays
nucdays, boo, 9.40 a m 3.10 p m,
Trains leave Frsckvitle tor Hhenandoah at
10.40 a m and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m. bundaya,
.t. 13 a m an-t 5.40 p m.
Lioave Poltsvllle lor Hhenandoah, 10.16 ana
1,48, a in 7.15, 9.42 p m. Hnndays, 10.40 u m
1.15 v Til.
tieave Philadelphia (Broad blreut ntntlon),
or Poltnvlllo aud Shenandoah. 6.57. 8 3n m
M n an T N n m wanV A a Trn tttinri.i (l fJ nr. A tl
9.28 am .
for New York. 8.20, 4,05, 4.40, 6.35, H.60, 7.80,
i.wo.o 0.uu, i.wnuu 11,11, 1. iu. uuiu; .
(iuntteaex iress, i.ui i.ou p m.) ij.ii 12.11, 11,
X8t, 3.20, 4.02 i, (i, 6.2), 8.50 7.18 8.U and 10. A
m, 12.01 night. V5
nn Muuaays, 8.20, 4.M, 4.40, 5.35, 8.12, 8.80, Will,
11.35 . M. Kid 1221, 1241, 2 30, iOi, (limited.
4ll. 5 2S. 21 tin , " . ai aul 12 01 nlr
For Sea Girt. LonBrnuch and Inlermedlat
stations 0.50, 8.25 aud 11.30 a. in., 3.30, 4.00 p. m.
Wf-ek days. Muudayi. 8.2.5 a. m.
For Ualtlmoro and Washington, 8.50, 7.20,
9.10 and 11.18 .1. 111., 4 41, 0 57,7.10 p.m and 12.03
n hrul daily ana 8 31. 10.20 u. m.. 12 33(1 mliea
axprebs wflh dint 11; car to llaltliiuire) 1.30, 3,48 j
p.m. we Kdays. r or llallluiore only 2.02, 4.01 1
weexdivs. &.U8. 11.80 n. in. dallv.
For iiicnuiona, 7 20 a. m. auu 12.1M nigui
aauy, loop. m. unity, excepiaunnuy.
ho west every day at 17.25 and 8.10 a m and ,
.til limited) and 3.40. 8 30. 9.85 n m. Way for
AHooaa 1 m and 4.10 n ni every day.
For Pittsburg only, 11.20 a m daily and 10.20 1
m week days. )
liaave bunburv tor Wllllamsnort. Klmlra. '
lananaaigua, uocneier, uuunioana jniagara
-aii3, a.iu a m aauy, ana 1.42 pm weet. ays,
for vatklns, 5.S0 p m week days.
r or ine ana lniormeaiavo poinus, o.iu a 1
lallv. For Liock Haven. 6.10. and 9.E0 a :
lally, 1,42 and 5.30 p. m. week days. For,
itenova o.iu am 1.12 ana 5,10 p m weei aays, "
10 a. m unndavs.
UAB. If POliU,
J. It. WOOD.
'Ian. Pans. Aet I
"XTTIliMINGTON A NOItTUEKN 11. It.
. ....... km
Ltime laoie tn tneci juav. iu. tovi. ?m
Trains leave Readme (P. All. station! for i
Gibraltar, Beyfert, lllrasboro, Joanna, Spring
Held, Waynesbnrg Junction, Coatesvllle, West 1
Chester.Chadsford Junction, Is. A o. Junction, I
Wllmlneton and Intermediate stations, dully I
except Sunday, at G.2S and 8.80 a.m. and 8,15
p. 111. nunuay umy ai d.uo p. m. s. w
For Warwick, HU Peters and Intermediate!
stations, dally except Hunday, at 9.20 a.nv,nd
6.19 p. m. Hunday only 8.15 a m. '.
For llirdsboro and Intermediate sla
Ratnrilav onl v. at 12 m.
r or iMiumore ana wasningum i. a u. ".j
It.) dallv exoent Hundav at 8.25 and 8.30 a.
and 3.15 n. m. Hundav onlv al 8.05 n. m.
'irains arrive ai iteaaine r. a u.. kiauon
Irom Wilmington, is, t 6. Junction, Mout-a
chanlu.Chaddsrord Junction, West Chester,!!
UCUnpC, Jd,CBVIllCI, naiuvgifui. UUUVI.WU,M
Springfield, Joanna, iSlnlsboro, Gibraltar, Hey!
fertaud Intermediate stations, dally except
Hunuay ai iu.20 a. m. d.o anu o.u p. in. duq.
flav nnivnt. 1121 a. m. 1
From Ht. Peters. Warwick and Intermediate!
stations, dally except Hunday, at 8.2J a. m
and 2.25n. in. Hunday only at 8 n. m.
From uirasuoro ana luiermeaiate stations, 1
Saturday only at 1,40 p, m.
cent Sunday, 10 20
asblmrton and Baltimore, dally ex-1
ay. iu j a, m. o.ta ana H.17 d. m.i
Hunday only at 11.21 a. m.
bown(W3 mtiuus, oen'l Pass. AgU
A, G. MOOA UHLAN 1), Snpt.
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Agent,
OFFICE Reddall's Buildino,
Cor. Miln and Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, PA
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
1 a. lwo ana one-uair Btorv nontiiA nmm
dwelling house, with H ire-room and res
taurant. Located on East Centre rjAiAt.
-A valuable property located on 80Q. la
S Seven dwelling bouses at the corner of G
nun ana xioy a Bireeis.