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THE G-REAT FIGHT ON
Is balni? manifested nil over tlia State,
nml tlint a most, hlttor light In In pro-
Kress. Tlie Kenuhllcaiis regnnl MclCltt-
l ley's election as already settled, lint the
T;!11ph( ElppHnn Tiniinriq frnill ! 1'mnocr.its concede nothing. The pre
IaIIUSI JiltLlUMl JlOpOllS 1I0U1 ,)n,...t)l,,.ror receiving the election ro-
NEW YORK'S EXCITING CON TPS T.
Both Sldw An Olalming Viotory by Dig
A Close Itaoe In Mnii.MchtuUf Domo
cnts find lUpiihllonnii Confident Alike
In Inniylvnnl MnKlnley rn. Camp
bell A Stubborn CnntoAt In Intra- An
Utitiiunlly Heavy Vote llelng I'nllcd.
' New Vork, Nov. I). Election day Is
turns tu-niuht nre tho
ever mnile In this city.
The Oovcrnnrtlilp Clalmml liy Until limn
tcrat nuit Republicans
Hoston, Nov. 8. One o the largest
vote? in the history of the State U being
polled to-day, and from tho reports al
ready tent in it Is thought tho total vote
will reach 800,000.
The Democrat are confident that
Governor Hussell will be re-elected, and
have some hope for the rest of their
State ticket. The Republicans, on the
other hand, have no doubt at nil of the
election of the candidates on their State
plurality of at least 10,009 for Colon el
Allen. Hotting, as between Allen and
Hussell, Is about even.
pasting off remarkably quiet. Up to ticket, save for Governor, and expoot
noon reports trom an uie up-town voting
booths indicate that a large vote 's be
ing brought out. Tammany tncu are
working hard, but the Republicans are
by no means idle. Only ono or two dis
turbances liavo been reported to the
police so far, and they were of little
A number of arrests have been made
on the Kast side for attempted repeating
nnd illegal registration. Tho men as
airestrd were conducted to the Fodornl
Court, In the postofllce building, whore
they were either released on habeas j
corpus proceedings, or committed. j
Ilx-President Cleveland left his houso
on Filth avenue shortly after 0 o'clock,
nnd walking to his polling place deposit
ed his ballot, after having been in the
booth only one minute.
The number of voters sent back to tho
booths because their Imllots are not pro-
jiorly foldixl is not so large ns Inst year,
but is sufficient to show that the new '
ballot law Is not yet thoroughly under
Tho Democrats claim to be more than
holding their own. The Itepubllcan '
leaders, however, do not appear dlscour-1
lured. t I
Hon. William Croker sold this morn- '
fug that, he estimated that Flower would
receive 70,000 majority for Governor,
Maryland Conceded to the Democrats
IiAi.TiMolci;, Nov. 3. The vote here
to-day Is an avornge one, and beyoud the
usual number of slight disturbances,
1 the day has so far passed without Inci
dent. Republicans generally concede the
election of Frank Urown (Dein.) for Gov
ernor, although they say his majority
will be small.
A CloMe right In Iotra,
j Des Moinks, Nov. 3. Both Democrats
I and Itupublicnns aro straining every
nerve for success, and the vote Is un
usually largti. Doth sides aro confident
of winning. Tho Demoornts claim Coles'
election by 5,000 while Republicans say
that Wheeler will be olocted by 8,000.
The election Is a quiet one, on the whole.
President anil Directors of
liio Maverick Arrested.
THE EXCITEMENT AUGMENTED.
President Potter Said to Be Iuvolved to
ithe Amount of $1,600,000.
llol Fight III Ilrooklvn.
Brooklyn, Nov. 3. Both parties aro
liard at work tn day and the result will
likely be a remarkably large vote. It
vim claimed at noon by some of Meyer's
friends that the Republican candidute
for Mayor was being traded for Fnssett.
The rumored dissatisfaction of the Mc
Laughlin men over their defeat at Sara
toga Is not shotting itself. Both sides
nre confident of electing their candidate
llorr it Is (loin
up to noon
B. Tho vote here
has been rather light
the Republican candidate
for Attorney-General, whoso home Is in
this city, will run awny ahead of hiB
ticket In Monroe County, as nearly as
can be ascertained. The dny Is fair and
cold, a fact which the Republicans claim
will make victory for tho Stnto ticket
Jonas' Actions In Doubt.
BixoitAmton, Nov. 3. A largo vote Is
being polled hero and thore Is groat en
thusiasm. It cannot be told with cer
tainty whether Lieut. .Governor Junes'
friends aro knifing the Democratic ticket.
Governor Hill and Mr. Jones met yes
terday and shook hands cordially, and
irom this it is augured that tho I.ieut
Govornor is not working ngainst his
party, it he is not working for It.
In feliuoliiin'" Homo.
BtrnrAl.0, Nov. 8. Tho fight hero to
day Is ft ret-hot one, and tho voto will bo
unprecedented. The Cleveland Demo
crats aro knifing Sheehan tn some ex
tent, and Republicans nro jubilant over
IIKK IIEAIIT WAS nilOKEN.
The True Cause or tho Death of Isabella
WlLKESIUHRK, I'll., Nov. 8. Tho truo
cause of the death of Isabella Murphy,
the 20-year-old daughter of Merchant
T. P. Murphy, at the hospital, was a
brokon heart. The physicians gavo out
that she was n typhoid fever victim.
Two months ago she created a great
sensation by causing the arrest of W J.
Lewis, a professional nurse. Lewis was
in attendance upon her father. Miss
Murphy said Lewis had betrayed her.
The young lady's parents took the dis
grace hard. Isabella wns taken sick,
and she was forthwith removed to the
Kdllors Sued by Senator Qnny.
Meadvillk, Pa., Nov. 3. R. B. Brown,
editor of tho "Messenger" (Dem.); Goo
H. St. John and L. A. Tuckor, editors ot
tho "Pennsylvania Farmer" (People's
Grange Alliance), woro nrrostod yester
day charged with libel by Senator M. S.
I Quay. Tho amount of damage claimed
in each case is $3,000. Tho accusod gave
ball in $3,000 each. Senator Quay also
sued Editor McEnnuey, of the Tltus
vlllo "American-Citizen," and has In
structed attorneys to bring civil suits
against the "Western Press at Morcer,
Pa., lor llbol wltu damages uxeu ui$iu,
000. Drclared Onllty of Murder.
Yomc, Pa., Nov. 8. William Henry
Palnton was vosterdav nfternoon found
' guilty of murder In the first degree for
the killing of Michael Stroulngor.
' Tho defonse nppealed for a now trial.
Pilntnn. with two other men, now un
der indictment, in burglarizing tho
houso of Michael Stronlngor gaggod nnd
bound tho old farmer and bis wire.
When tho aged couple were discovered by
the neighbors Mrs. btroningcr was ueau,
"Nervy" Ilvnns I'rlemW Sar That He
Killed Hlumelr to Save Mr. Potior,
Who If Ilellered Tly Many to lie Re
sponsible for the Suicide Iloiton Ilanlts
Vote to Hake an Amessment to Aid the
Boston, Mass., Nov. 8. Asa P. Pot
ter, president; Col. J. II. French and
Thomas Dana, directors o( the Maverick
National Bank, were arrested by United
States Marshals last night. Tho former
was arrested at his summer residence
at Cohassott, and the two dirootors were
arrested at their residences in this
It is understood that tho warrants
charge embezzloment nnd the violation
of the United States banking laws,
which forbid loans by a National Bank
to any slugle individual amounting to
moro than 10 per cent, of Its capital
It is understood that tho amounts ln-
olved will reach $1,500,000 in tho case
of Mr. Potter, $000,000 In that of Mr.
rench, and $300,000 In that of Mr.
The men wcro brought before Unltod
States Commissioner Hallett, who fixed
bail in Dana's caso at $75,000, which was
furnished. Potter's ball was placed at
$150,000, and French's at $100,0:10.
A rumor was prevalent yesterday that
tho Boston & Mnlne Railroad Company
had $700,000 on deposit at the Maverick
Bank, which amount was to be used to
cover their November dividends. The
fllcors of the railroad company say
the amount Is $400,000, and not the flg-
About $o,wuu ot the Firemen's nellof
mid wAs in tho bank, as was also tho
John Boyle O'Reilly Fund, amounting
Fromlssors ot a national bank nro
allowed by law to borrow only ten per
cent, of tho capital stock of the institu
tion on the same collateral. In this In
stance it is alleged that Asa P. Potter
owes $1,300,000; Jonas II. French, 80U,
000, nnd Thomas Dana, $100,000, a total
f $2,500,000, although under law only
$40,000 could proporly bo loanod to any
The excitement over tno rauura or too
Maverick Bank continues as lutenso to-
dny as it was yesterday.
The friends ot Irving A. lavans ueciaro
that ho offered up his life as a tribute to
friendship. They say be wns worth
Statu by -15,000.
PlHl.iDBl.rwA, Nov. 3. Tho vote hero
Is much heavier than el the'- party an
ticipated. The Republicans are very
confident. Chairman Watros, of the
Kapubllcnn St.ito Commltteo, stntcs
that, In his opinion, the majorities for
tlrsuir and Morrison will be botwoon
Italians Who Will Illot No More.
ScoTTDAbE. Pa., Nov. 3. As the re
suit of the riot at West Nowton, two
Italians will die. Tho affray was be
t.wmi a lot of coke workers and Italians.
Tim Italians bad llnuor and were vUitod
by the colters. A ftglit ensued and both
nartios were badly cut up. Two of the
Italians followed tho cokers to thei
linnma. anil whllo attempting to break
Into their houses were fired upon and
Redmond Tillies OUIrluii to Task.
Cokk, Nov. 3. John F. Redmond says
that another canvass of the electors will
bo necessary, as the priests havo In
and aauOOL Tho Republican , man- ' ""TnS votTho i
Bgets ot the local campaign are "kowku , --,--":. ,,,,, ,,aa mlthorl7.ad
,.,.n.i..nt- mi n. iuiiiirit.r or :m.iiuu v.u.
1 tho estimate that is placed upon the
Chairman Kerr, of tho Democratlo
State Committee, claims that his party'B
ticket will win by about 15,000 majority,
expecting that the recent Treasury ex
posures will win many supporters to
Radmond has authorized
O'Brien to publish tho story ot tno Bou
I louna negotiations. He says that
I O'ltrion's course throughout the trans
I actions was cowurdly nud dishonorablo,
I l'lltilnll'B'n Local Flsht.
riTTsUUKO, Nov. 3. An unusunlly
heavy vote Is being polled In this city,
nlthough the election is progressing
quietly. Both parties aro working liko
beavers. Dispatches from the neighbor
ing towns Indicate that the Republican
Etata ticket In tho western end of tho
State Is being helped on account of tho
local Judgeship light. The local Repub
lican element is divided nnd a bitter
contest Is being waged on the county
judgeship ticket between the "straight
outs" and the "regulars." The Demo
crats have no County ticket in the Held.
M BEST JtGOCS FARTHEST.
is universally acknowledged to bo infinitely superior to
1, l. 1 r ! .. .1 i! Tn..r..u.r
cm. uiuci uiiuiun, iuiuij;ii ur uuinuauu. x iiiuuu.y x uiu.mm
A recilllnr Apple.
CllAUDEnsnuritl, Pa., Nov. 8. Horti
culturists who havo seen it say that an
apple which was picked the other day In
E. P. George's orchard, Now Franklin,
could only have been produced by a pe
culiar grafting dons by the bees in the
apple-blossom season. Exactly one-half
of the apple Is golden russet, like the
apples that grew on the same tree, and
the other half Is bright greon pippin,
such a variety as grew on trees 100 yards
distant. In blossoming time a be must
have transplanted a part of a distant
pippin's blossom Into the potals of the
russet's flower. Dr. A. Grove has pre
served his unique fruit in aloohol.
Ills Mind Said to bo Unbalanced.
Kingston, N. Y., Nov. S. Receiver
Brodhoad of the Ulster County Savings
Institution has been out of town for
several days, nnd stories have beeu cir
culated to tho effect that his mind has
become unbalanced owing to worry nnd
excitement Incidental to the wrecking of
the bank, of which ha was executive of
ficer. His friends say he overtaxed him
self in performing the duties dovolvlng
upon him anil tnat his physicians ad
vised him to take some recreation.
Headache, "Cold in tho Ilcad"-
everything catarrhal m ita nature,
18 cured, aa if by magic.
It's a way 60 euro that tho pro
prietors of Dr. Sagc'a Remedy
oiler, m goou iattn, 500 lor a
wiiicu. they can-
If it's euro enough for them to
mako the offer, it's sure enough
lor you to make tno trial.
Hity risk 0500. What do you
THK CONThhT IN OHIO.
No SavlncH Hanks Involved.
Boston, Nov. 3. Tho Commissioner
of savlnirs bank oflleluls announces that
none ot the savings banks ot the Stnto
can bo involved in the failu o of tb
Maverick Hank and that thoro Is no oc
casion for any nnxloty on the part of
any depositors in such banks.
The Children tlurned to Death.
WahsaW, 111., Nov. 3. Yesterday
morning, Mrs. Eliza Riley locked two of
her sons, children, aged 2and4yoars, in
tho houfco while she went on an errand.
From some unknown cause tho house
was fired, and before asiistanco arrived
the children were burned to death.
of a Clue IHectloti
CmciKHATT, Nov. 8. Tho great Gu
bernatorial fight Is being stubbornly
contented, and reports from all seetlons
Indicate that the result will be very oloae.
A treweudously large vote Is being poll
ed, and both shies are working with tho
The Democratic State Committee at
11 . ui. claimed a plurality ot 10,000
for Campbell. This 1 based on tno as
sertion that the oppcttition to hi in in
Hamilton County, which was so pro
nounced In the beginning of the cam
paign has largely melt! away.
Tlnjy claim he will carry even Hamil
ton County by 1,000 majority. On tho
other hand, the chairman of the Republi
can Stat'i Committee 'lalms u plurality
for McKiuley of 20,000. This estimate
makes McKiuley carry Hamilton County
In Ohio's Capital.
Oolcjtjus, Nov. 3. The greatest
activity is lwing displayed by both great
parties iu getttug out the full vote, nnd
tue result in this city Is likely to be
close. Advices from all quarters up to
11 o'clock show that the same intemk
Over im KmbnnUment and Killed.
Lima, O., Nov. 3. Yesterday aftor
uoou while Mrs. Kelfer and Mrs. John
son wore driving In the country their
horse took fright und ran away, dashed
down a 00-foot embankment, wrecking
the carrluge killing both ladles.
NKW KKOUSU HIIUVITIEJ.
The union printers of the Providence,
Evonlng "Telegram" aio on a strike.
The oelebratiou of the 100th anniver
sary ot Methodism in Marblebead, Mass.,
will close to-night.
The Narragnusett Mill strikers at Fall
River, Mass., met again yesterday anu
votod to remain away from looms until
Col. Jonas II. French of IIoston Is pre
paring to make an assignment ot all his
property to lleury JJ. uyue anu ju. r.
Commandant Selfrldgo otthe Charlos
town reoeived instruction from Secre
tary Tracy yesteiday directing that the
eruUer Newark, now at xioston, be raaue
ready for sort by Nov. 10.
The Old Colony railroad sheds at
Marlboro. Mass.. In which were stored
rrin. straw, wood and coal owned by
focal dealors were burned yeiterduy by a
iparlc irom a locomotive. Ltosi, $a",uuu.
your sufferings from Catarrh.
That is, if you go about it in tho
There aro plenty of -wrong ways,
that perhaps you've found out.
They may relievo for a time, hut
they don't eitre.
Worse yet, thoy may drive tho
disease to tho lungs. You can't
afford to experiment.
But thore is a right way, and a
euro way, that does cure. Thou
sands of otherwise hopeless cases
have proved it. It's with Dr. Sago's
rinforrli "Rnmnlv. "Rv ita mill!
$800,000 one year ago and gave all thnt ! cnntl.:nir pVansinrr , hfilinrr
and more to save his frionds. Chocks BOOtUing, Cleansing anil Healing
were "kltod" by him between New York i properties, it jiuimuneuuy cures uio
and Hoston and ho had enormous nrbl- i worst chronic cases. Catarrhal
trage trade transactions In both ox-
changes to mako clearings lutween tno
two cities and assist tho Maverick Bank
to meet ono draft with another. Whon
this strain could no longer be borne, ho
overdrew his account nttho bank tomake
bis own clients individually square, do-
utfnirnd nil nvlflfnnn imtulcaunrr anv
other partleB and. declining to return to ! C.1SO of Catarrh
tho city to ellect a settlement upon ms not cure
own account at the bauk, lie put him
self out ot tho world to suve Mr. Potter
and the bank.
It was understood by Mr. Jivnus'
family, previous to hla suicide, that Mr.
Evans was Insolvent, anu tunt no owou
tho Maverick Bank 4000.000 and had
up $300,000 nominal collateral, and
It was ii settlement wun tno onus un
his brother had arranged the day before
the fatal act. It was represented to tno
bank that tho house was only $35,000
uuder water, and If the bank took tho col
lateral Mr. Evans' father and brother
would mako the niuouut good to the
house and liquidate tho creditors on tho
basis of 10'J cents on tno uoiuir. ims
settlement was oxneuted a few days aftor
Mr. Evans' death, and tho bauk direct
ors voted to release Evans & Co. from
It Is probable that the directors did
not know the amount of the liability
they woro writing oil. As tho collateral
is worth but little moro than $100,000,
the loss taken by tho bank on this ac
count is about $500,000. but if tho bank
wore othorwiso good, this loss should
only havo roachod the surplus by 50 por
Mr. Potter says that at tho time of
tho settlement ho was oll'ered a release
for any personal liability ho might havo
with Evans & Co., and he declined it be
causo there was no such liability exlstlug,
nor had Mr. Evans any account upon
which ho wns legally or morally respon
sible. Mr. Toboy, a partner of Evans & Co.,
admits that ho never sent a statement
to Mr. Potter of tho account upon which
he believes Mr. Potter was liable. Col.
Albert A. Pope said that he had no evi
dence that Mr. Potter was responsible.
for Mr. Evans1 sulcldo, but ho believod
it, nnd If the ovldenee was good the joint
account would oe couocteuu ii, muu wo
roof off some Institution.
Asa P. Potter was worth $7JJ,UUU a
few years ago.
An Asaeumant Votod
The banking institutions of Boston
have voted to assess themselves o per
cent, of their loans. This will raise
about $1, 000,000 for loau to the Maverick
President I'otter, ot tno wrecicea uanu,
has made an nssismment ot his hull
vidual estate to Postmaster Thomas IS.
Hart and Henry D. Hyde. Postmaster
Hart said It would be Impossible to get n
detailed statement for some days us Mr.
Potter Is sick at bis house.
Mr. Hart said that at present he did
not know who the credjtors are, nor has
he any Idea of the extent of Mr. l'otter's
nsrsonal assess ana lluuiuuties. Air.
Potter's property at Cohasset stands to
his own name and Is free from ineunv
brances. It is estimated that the prop
erty has cost him $150,000.
The Commonwealth avenue property
stands In the name of Mrs. Potter. It
is valuable. Mr. Potter has a large
life Insurance, tho aggregate amount of
which is sa d to ba In tue uelguiiornoou
of S90U.0J0. Col. Jonas H. French Is
nronarinit lo make an assign neat of all
his property to Henry D. Hydt and M.
F. Dickinson, Jr.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
ABBAKQKMENT or PASSENGER TBAINB.
MAY 10. 1891
Possencer trains will leave BUenaurtoati foi
Mauch Ohnnk, JLclilelilon, Slatlngkm, Uata-
lauqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Kaston. Villi
sdelphlaand New York at 6.47, 7.40, 9.03 a.m.,
For Uelvldere, Delaware Water Gap and
Slroudsburg at 6.47, a. m., nnd 5.28 p. m.
For Lambertvllleand Trenton, D.Urt a, m
For White Haven, Wllkos-Darre and PHU
ion 6.47, 9.03, 1U.41 a. m 8.10 and 628 P. m.
For Tun khan nock, 10,41 a. m 3.10 and S.2C
For Auburn, Ithaca; Geneva and and Lyonf
10.41 a. m., and 6.28 p. m.
Forljaoeyvllle, Towanda, Havre, Waverly,
Rlniira, Itocueeter, lluiralo. Niagara Kails.
Chicago and alt points West at 10.41 a. m.,and
5.2H p, m.
For Klmlra and the West via Salamanca at
3.10 p. m.
Fur Audenrled, llntleton, Btockton, Lnm
her Yard, Weatherly and l'enn Karen June
t Inn at 6.47, 7.40, 9,08 a. m.and 12.52, aio and
5,28 p. m.
For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and Beavei
Meadow. 7.40. 0.08 a. m. and 5.28 n. m.
For (Jcrantonat 5.47 K.OS, 10.41a. m. 5,10 and
For Hasle Brook. Jeddo, Drlflon and Free
land nt S.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41 a. m 12&S 3.19 nnd
S.28 n. in.
Fur Qnakake at 6.47 and 9.08 a. m., and
l.W p. m.
For Wigsans, Ullberton and Fraokvllle at
J.50 and tf.OS a m and 4.1U p. m.
For Yatesvllle. Malianov City and Delano
5.47, 7.40, 0.08, 10.41, 10,58 a. m.,12.52,3.10,5.28, 8,08,
nitliM p. m.
For Lost Creek:, 31rardville and Ashland
1.27, 7.40,8.52, 10.15 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10, 8.35
4.10 and 9.14 i. m.
For DnrKwater, Bt. Clair nnd l'ottsvllle.
'.40, 9.08, 10.68 u. in., 12.52, 8.10, 4.10, 6.28 and 8.0!
For Back Mountain, New Boston and
Viore.i, 7.40, 9.08, lOJB a. n.., 12.62, 8.10, 5.23 and
S.0.1 p. Ml.
For Haven Hun, Central !a, Mt. Carmel and
Shamoltin, 8.52, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.4C
and 8.(18 n. m.
Trains leave Bh&mokln for Shenandoah,
7.55 11. 55-a. m., 2.10, 4 JO and 9.30 p. m arriving
at8henandoah,9.05a.m.,12J3. 3.10, 5.28 and
11.15 p. m.
For lxist Creek. Qlrardvllle and Ashland,
l.W, 9.10 lI.S5il.El.,2.1'ip. m.
for utwawaier. hi. uiair ana roiiavuia,
Mr, O.ia', P.ou rt. iu,, - J j., m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano,
t.iAi, lijua. m.,i.?u,.w, o.ujp. m.
for i-rfiiiy, Auaennoa ana uasieion, o.u
m., l.w p. m:
For Mauch Ohnnk. Lehlchton. Blatlnrton,
Tatasanmm. Allentown. Bethlehem. Eastor
na er lors, s.wa. in., i.sup. in.
or rnuaaeipnia, l.ao p. m.
Oen'l Pass. Agt., Ketnlehnra.
rsi I -T ii 1 T 1 ooairax milon,
First National Bail, M
' 4.30 p. m. Ban
'htladolphia and Beading Eailroad
rime Table n effetl Jutu 10, 1801
eUlNS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS
JFT New York "via PhllftdAlnhln. wpnlc duvs.
2.i0 0.25, 7.20 a. m. and 12 35 2.60 and 5.61
m. Hundav 2.10 and 7.4s a. m. For Now
-rk, via Manoh Chunk, week davs. 5.25.
A), a. m. and V2.H nnd I NI n. in
For keadlbir and PhilfldAlnhiu wmaIt davs.
2.10, JI.25, 7.20, a. m., 12.35 2.So and 5.65 p.m.
3 Jiday, 2.10 and 7.48n. ra.. ISO n. m.
'or liarrlsburg, week days, 2.10,7.20 a. m,i
0. 5.55 u. m.
For AUentown, week days, 7!0 . m., 12.8S
ir Potlsvliid. week dnvii. 2 10 T l . mi.
12.3 . 2.50 nnd 5.65 p. m. Monday. 2 10 and 7.48
m.. 4.30 n.m.
For 1'Hinuaiiu and Mahannv rut v. nuik
d ys, 2.10, 5.25, 7.20, e, m., 12.34 2.50 and 6.65
D m. Hundav. 2.10 and 7.48a. m.. 4 flu n.m.
Aldltlonnl tor Mshanoy Oily, week days 7,00
Fjr Lancaster and Columbia, week days.
7.20 a. ro., 2.60 p. m.
r ir wuiiamspori, ounDnry ana iiewisDuru,
vcek days. 8.23, 7.20 and IU) a. m., 1.33, 7.00
tn. snnnay bi . m., a.vo p. in.
For Mahanov Plane, woea davs. 2.10 8.25.
Ii. 7.20 and 11.80 n. m.. 12M. 1.35. 2.60. 5.55.
7.00 and LIS. n m. Sunday, 210, 8.23 and 7.48
a, ra. 8.05, 4.30 p. m.
ror uiraruvine ttiapp&nannocK riiaiioni
k dovs. 2.1.i. 8.21. 5.25. 7.20 and 11.80 a. m..
I2JM. 1 35 2.50. 5.55. i.W and M.25. n. m. Hundav.
2-10. .2 , 7.48 a. m 8.05, 4.30 p. m.
or Ashland and BuamoKin. week davs.
,21,5.25,7.20, 11.3) a. m 1.86, 7.00 and 9,25
m. nuauay .&yt d ifi h. m., a.va p. m.
Liave Mew xortt
.... n , I
'lent. Hunday. 8.00 n.m.. 12.15 nient.
Leave Now York via Mnuctf t:Tmnk. week
lays, 4.80, 8.45 a. m., l.oo and 4J p. m,
ave PhlladelDhta. weec davs. 4.10. and
10.00 a. m. 4.00 ami 8.00 p. m from Broad
nd Callowbtll and 8.35 a. m.and 11.80 n. m.
'rom 9th anO ureen streets, uanday 9.05 a.
m. 11.30 p. m. from 9tti anO Uren.
Laave Keadlmr. wook davs. 1.83. 7.10. 10.06
ind 11.50 a. in.. 5.55. 7.57 D. m. Hundav 1.35 ana
0.48 a. m.
lieavePoilsTUle. week davs. Z.40.7.4U a.m..
1 30. 8.11 o. m. Hundav. 2.40. 7.00a. m. and
ve Tamauua. week davs. 3.20. 8.48 and
2 1 a. in.. 1.21. 7.13. and 9.18 p. m. Sunday 3.20
7 43 . u. and 2.7) p. m.
eave Mahaaov ottv. week davs. 8.40. 9.18
ad 11.47 a. in.. 1.51. 7.43 and 9.44 D. m. Hon.
ty, 3.48,8.17 . ra 3.20 p. m.
ijsavo Maiiaooy i-iaDe, wees uav3,2'j,.uu
.30,1)35. ll.atl a. m.,1.05, 2.8. 520, 028,7.57, and
n Oil n. m. Uundsv 2.4 . 4.1)0. and 8.27. a. m.
3 37,5.01 p.m.
iouve uirarnviiie tivappauannucK uiuunj
Mi a. m,, i.oo, i.w ana v,dO sa
3.2"), 8 82 . m 3.05 p. m. j v 1 V
FOR HllENANtHJAil! FA . k .
fork via Philadelphia, weele VW '
., 1.30, 4.00, 70 p. m.i 12.16 V
vnpk davs. 2.47 4.07. 8.88. and 9.41 a. m.. 12.0 .
.r. . M -h ,. ... A.. .. . ,. ...
'A, n.K,o.usaua iu.us p. m. aaunr, 2,?f,
.0. , 8.33 a. m. 3.41,5.117 p. m.
eea uays. a.w,n.9juxiu
p. m. Hnnday 11,15
For liaitunure. wasbimrtou and mo west
r.R B. tk 0. 11. It.. throuk'U trains leave Ulrard
Avenno station, Philadelphia, (P. & K. K. U.)
' 4.18, 801 and 11.27 a. m., 1.34, 4.21, 5.55 en
23 ii. tn. Hundav. 4.18 8.02 11.27 a. m.. 4.24
.55 iaL 7.23 p.m.
eave I'hJladoInbJa. Cheetnnt UtreetWhaif
a .u outh Htroel Wharf.
Weok-d'vs Einress. 8 00. 9:00 a, ra. U.CIW
3.00, ..on, 5 00 .. 10. Aoooaimolatlon,7.40 fca
.ji. and 4,lj, 0 30 . n.
aaayn. -eixpress, 8.00, 0.00 a. m. Ac-
auon, .uu a. m. anu .u p. ui.
leave Aiiannc uny, aopot,
Arkansas avenues. Wek-iH s
.;, 9.w a. in and 3 is, i.w, 5.30
mulallon 0.00. 8.10 a. m. and
Accommodation, 7.30 a. lu. and O.Oo p. m.
u. u. UACiuuua, ueu-i rasa'r Atl.
y, A. UCIiKOD. Pres. A Oeu'l Mansser.
SHENANDOAH, PENNA. P
l.vans' Will Pr-ibiled. "
IlosTOJt. Nov. 3. The will of the late
Irvlnir A. Kvans was admitted to pro
bate in the Sullolk Court yesterday
mornlnc without a contest. Under Its
provisions Wdtn.it U Evans, a brother
ot deceased, Is appointed executor.
in and after Stptember 1 1131, (rami uilt teat
anenaiiuoan as lououti:
For Wlggan. Gllberton. Frackvllle. New
histle. St. Clair, and way r.olnls. 6.00. 9.10
in and 4.16 p m.
Hunaays, euu, w.iu a m ana 3.1 u p m.
For Potuvllle, 6.00, 9.10 a m and 4.15p m,
Sundays, 600, b.40 a m and 3.10 p m,
For Heading, 8.00, a ra and 4.15 viu
Holidays, 600, 9.40 a.m. nnd 8.10 pm,
For Pottslown. Pbosntxvllle. Worrlstown
ind Philadelphia (Broad street station). 0.00.
I a. in. and 4.15 p m week days
nnnuaye, ouv, v.iu a in ij.iu p m.
Trains leave Frackvllle lor Shenandoah at
0.40 am and 12.14. 7.42. 10.09 o m. UundavK
1 1.18 a m and 6.40 p in.
Leave Poilavlllo lor Shenandoah, 10.15 and
.1,48, u m 7.15, 9.42 p m. Uundays, 10.40 a in
3.15 p m.
L.enve x-niiaaeipnia tniuao siieei HiKiionj,
ir Pottsvlllo and Shenandoah. 6.57. 8 3a rr
9. W. Yost, Ass't Cashier. J:28nm7,00p mW68k anys- Sunday,t50' BDa
iror now York. 8.2U. 4.B. 4.411. o.ro. n.w. i.w.
i.208.3'i. J.60. ll.OOand 11.14. 11.35 aro. 12.00 noon.
I .. - - . nn . . . inn. ,n . . . Mn'
I iiuniiou ezreijF. i.uo t.oii
o, o,ai, o.w
A. W. Leisennnq, Pres.,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisennnq, Cashier,
Open Dally Prom 9 to 3.
J.80. 130, 4.02 5,
m, 1Z.U1 nigm,
p 111.) 12.21 12.41, 1.4U,
107.13 8.12 and 10.00 P,
inuys, 8.20, 4.05, 4.40, 6.85, S.12, 8.VITV ' I
1. and 12 21, 12 41, 2.30, i02. (llruSkf, I
1. 2)i, ,n aal li.oi ntKbl J
3 PER CENT. INTEREST
Puld ou SnvlnuH ncposlts.
A BIG DRIVE IN FURNITURE
Wo nre making a big drive in fur.
ulture, but luallcloua desire Is not Its
object. We desire to dispose of a largo
surplus stock:, nud propose to give our
patrons the benefit of some uxtraordl
J. P. Williams & Bro.,
SoutH Main St.,
S IEEE KT-ISriD O
LEATHER and SHOE FIIIDIK
Dealer In all kinds ot
Shoemakers' : Supplies !
Large and flrst-olass stock.
All Demands of the Trade Supplied
18 W. CENTRE 0T.,
Ferguson House building, SHENANDOAH, PA.
Pure Ice Cream 1
DREAD AND CAKES,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
Orders promptly attended to, Particular at
tention paid to Halls, picnics,
IF1. ZKZIEITIEa: A.IsT
NOtlTIT MAIN BTltEKT.
Near Corner of Lloyd, SHENANDOAH, PENNA
AllE QOINQ TO
Missouri, Kansas, ArlcniiHnp,
Texas, NeliniMlm, I.ouiHliiiia
Colorado, Utali, Calltornlii,
New Mexico or Arizona,
and will send tne a postal card
or letter stating
Wnere you are going,
When you are going,
Where you will start from,
How many there are In your party,
What freight and baggage jou have,
I will write you or call at your bouse und
furnish you wltb the fullest information
regarding routes, lowest rates of all
classes, bstldos maps, descriptive and Il
lustrated land pamphlets, resort books,
Hot Bprlngs guides, etc.
Cheap Farinlne Lands in Missouri, Arkan
sas, ivuusos anu xexuu.
J, P. McCXNN, Eastern Trav. Agt.,
W, E. HOYT,
.E. P. Agt.,391 B road way ,Ne w York
Iron Mountain Route,
MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
A J. GALLAGHER,
Justice of the Peace,
Deeds, Leases, Mortgages and Bonds written.
Marriage licenses and tegat claims
promptly attended to.
Ilea Estate, Collection and Insurance Ageacj
General Fire Insurance Business, ltepresenti
inettorinwestern i.uo insurance uo.
OKFicE-Muldoou's building, corner Centre
and West Hla., HUenaudoali; pa.
Good Hroperties of All Kinds for Sale,
1. A two story double trame dwelling house
store and restauraut. ou EasMtantraHt.
2. A dwelling and restaurant on EastOentrt
8. Desirable property on earner Centre and
jaruiu streets, suttaoie tor ousiness pur
two story double frame dwelling, or
4. ni. B
For Boa Girt. Lonir Branch and Intermediate
stations U.5U, 823 and 11.3'J u. in., 4.00 p. m.
un,, nuuuujr s o M U III.
For Bililnioro-aud Wasnlnatou 184.108.40.206.
0.10 auct 11.18 i. in,, 4 11, (1 57,7.Wp.m and 12.03
nigmuauy anu a ji. m.ju a in., iaa ii luiiea
express wli n dint g car to llattlm ire) 1.30. S.1U
p.m. we K nays, por uaiuinoro ouiy z.ifj,s.ui
weoldiys, 5.0S, 11.80 p. tn. dally.
For lliclnnoud, 7 20 a. m. nud 12.03 night
dally, 1 30 p tn, (tally, except Huud y.
lraLUDiuavu xiarisuurie iur x-iLiuuuric anu
le west every day at ?.5S and 8.10 a m and
I.Xllmltedl and 3.i'.i. 8 30. 0.33 0 ra. Way for
Ulooan i a m and i.io p at every day.
sror Pittsburg only, ii.xj a m datty nud iv.JO
m wbsk aaya.
Leave Hcraburv tor WlUlamecort. Klmlra.
nandalgua, Hochester.BnQaloand Niagara i
ins, o.iu a m aauy, ana i.n p m wees: uays.
'or Watt Ins. 6.80 n m week davs.
For Krle and Intermediate points, 6.10 am,',
any. I'nr lioos naven. d.iu. ana .oo a iu.
tally. 1.42 and 6.30 n. m. week days. For
innova o.iu u m i.w sua WJ P m wees aays, i
.ut a. m nnnuays.
(IAB. E PDG1I. I.K.WOOO.
nnu. Mnn'r Men. Pass. A at j
r-ILMINGTON ft NOItTUKRN It. It.
jimc lame tn eneti jtiau. iu. jkui.
Trains leave IleadTne (P. Alt. station! foi.l
Gibraltar, Beyfert, lilraiboro, Joanna, Bprlng- j
Held, Waynesbnrg Junction, Coatesvllle.West'l
Cliesler,L'badslord Junction. U, A O. Juuctlon, I
Wilmington ana intermediate stations, a.uiy
sxcept Hunday, at 6.23 nnd U.30 a.m. and !).!( 1
p. in, nuaaay only ai a.wt p. in. n
ror warwics, riureiers ana iniermeaiau. i
tatlons,dally fxcept Hunday, at 9.20 a.m.,an' J
.iu p. m. Bunnay only o.io a m, iw
For Birdsboro and Intermediate station?'
Saturday only, at 12 ra. r. J
ror uauimore ana wasuingion 'is. rvv. tv j
It.) dally except Hunday at 0.23 and 8J?f. rrJ
ina s.io p. m. nunaay only ai a.uo p. m. -j
Trains arrive ai ueaaing (P. & u. station
rom Wilmington. Ii. .t O. Junction. Jlon
ibanln.Chaddslord Junction. West Cbestei i
Leuape, Coatesville, Wayncsburg Juuctioij.1
4prlngneld,Joanna,lllrdsbnro, tilbrallar, Hej 1
eri. auu lniermeaiaie hiations, uauy ex( .
-tunuayai iu.z i ajn. d.va anu s.if p. m. bui.
dnv onlv at 11.21 a?m. '
I.'.i ... L' . I. .. n-.. lir...ml.lrBlM InlB.ntulld, ,
ind 22i p. m, Hunday only at 6 p. in.
From uirasnoro and intermediate siaiior ,
-taturiiav onlv at 1.40 d. m
From Wablnatonand Baltimore, dally i
jeptBuuday. 1020 b, m. 5.62 ana 817 p. r
maatiy oaiy hi xwn a, ra.
uowvNks liitiuuM, uen'i rasa. Agi
a, u. auua uauvru, tsupi. ij
John R. Coye,
Real Estate Agen'
OFFICE Beddall's DuiLDiNa,
lor. Mtln anil Centre Streets, SHENANDOAH, P
i. A two story
West Llovd street.
5 Two2tory frame dwellings on West Cen
6. Two l story dwellings on the corner ol
Coal and Chestnut streets Htore room lu
7, Two-story single house on North Chestnut
street, wttua sree warennuse at tne rear
8. Three two-story double frame bulldlng
PROPERTY FOR SALE:
I A two and one-half story double fra
dwelling home, with st .re-room and i
taurant. Located on Kast Centre slree v
i-Avalnable property located on Bouth j '
J Meven dwelling bouses at the corv jf
Good laves tm