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17 m iii Hull 1 1 1 n 1 1 n in Tlio Nor'-wester Greiitcs Havoc in Many Quarters. SEVERAL SQIP3 DRIVEN ASHORE A Factory Hear Btaglmmton, N- Y., Blowa Down and Employes Injured- Cleveland Hncipt by a llllxrnril ntil Trnfllo Inipednd by the Rnotr Kallrnad Prop erty on the Hudson Destroyed by n Tor nado P.nra fur VeRftcM ntl I.tilif; Inland fionnil Worst Mnrm In Year. Nkw Havkn, Nbv. 18. The itorni which reached liore yesterday has clone n (earful imiount of. damago along the shore of the Sound. All tho linrhors are (all of nailing craft Ihnt have run tn for shelter. The New Haven Yacht Club Home was lifted from He foundation uud dropped hack some eighteen Inches from where it originally was. Siuull bouts were driven up Into the flats. A slice ot dock No. 8 was washed nwny, and a largo amount of coal dropped Into the harbor. , A stretch of roadway along the shore at West Haven was washed away so that passage Is imposslhlo for over a mile. One of New Haven's famous olms was blown down on ltroadway and wrecked a small cigar store, leaving nothing but the rear wall standing. Nkw I,onio.v, Conn., Nov. 18. Tho storm hero Iibh been tho most severe slnoe last winter. The tide was un usually high, anil tho wind attained a velocity of !)8 mllos an hour. All the summer cottages at Kastern Point were damaged. Ilridgot have been carried uway and docks broken by the waves. At Nlantlc the wnves washed over tho railroad tracks anil aioilnst pa-iBing trains. A tliree-ninsteil schooner Is ashore on Flshor's Island. DlxaiiAMTO.v, N. Y., Nov. 18. Tho four-story Lester shoe factory at Lester shire, a suburb of this city, was blown down by the tfalo. Tho western end of too building began to give way, and tho wall bulged out. Suddenly there was a loud crash; a nonnd of Hying timbers and tho entire force of 70U men became panic-stricken. Many jumped from windows add many were Injured. The plnnt Is valued at $1,000,000. Daniel Lainnnt and and ex-Secretary Falrchild of the Cleveland Cabinet aro the principal stockholders. Tho acci dent has thrown 700 men out of employ ment. The building was 400 fuot In lerieth nnd SO feet high. Hamster, Mich., Nov. 18. Tho cichoouor.Sigel, from Cleveland, loadod with coal fur this port, went ashore last evonlng, north of Manistee piers. Two men aro reported drowned. Tho life saving crew is now trying to get to the wreck. Tho "northwester" which pre vails is the worst of tho season. Damage Uy a Tornailn. NvAck. N. Y., Nov. 18. A severe tornado, which formed In New Jersey yesterday afternoon, Hwept across tho l'ullsndes to the Hudson Hlvor' with a terrific roar. It then passed rapidly up the river to the long pier at Pied mont, where it struck tho lung trestle and costly hoisting machlnos usad In shipping co il, and did damage to the amount nt several thnusund dollars. The machinery Is owned by the Erio Railway Company, and a largo number of mon wore employed tuoro, but thoy wero fortunately on slioro owing to tho ruin. No ono was hurt. Many peoplo saw tho tornado as it approached tho plor und avor that It sent the water sixty fuot in the air. f lleivy hnnw Mnrm In Ohio. CtjF.vi-.i.anii, Nov. 18. A torrlflo Northwester has been raging hoie all day and all travul has been impeded by the falling snow. Vessel men nro anxious for their craft on the luko ami but little hope Is entertained that nuy vessels caught outsldo will escape being wrecked. Street car lines aro having tho utmost dilliculty in operating. Tho storm is the worst November blow kuown In years. Mini anil KvaBtlll Dl.eiiMed. UnOOKl.Y.v, Nov. 18. The alleged miraculous e-enpe from drowning of Miss Eva Jewell und Samuel W, Thornton still excites tho membsrs ot the Con gregation ot tho Mount Olivet Presby terian Church. Some dissatisfaction is expressed with Pastor Junor's report, but it is denied that Pastor Junor con templates a second trip ot Investigation to the South. Mr. Moos Y. Young, a member of the church, has interviewed many captains of vessels with a view of testing the probabilities of Mr. Thorn ton's remarkable story and may be able to explain uway some of tbo discrepan cies. Advices are still awaited from the cnptalux of two vessels that sailed from hero at tho time the voyagora dis appeared. Vernier of Olminnlty Arreste.l. PlTTSiiuiiG, Nov. 18. Josoph Slattery, n ex-priest, who has been lecturing in Lafayette Hall during the past week, was arrested last evening on the charge ot selling obscene books. Five hundred of the hooks wero confiscated by the po lloe officials. The lecture and the books purport to be nu oxpose of "secrets of the ooufBssiou," together with other se rious charges against the priesthood. Dr. Viwe Held for Trial. Faix Kivik, Mass., Nov. 18. As a re sult ot preliminary examination yester day Dr. Thomas Vose, who Is charged with malpractice at South Somerset, whloli resulted In the death of Mary Tallpn, was held In $1,000 bail for the Superior Court, and Berube, the man who brought tho girl to the dootor's house, was held In $50j as a wltuois. Minn Wlltnrd Ut-elnrted. llotiTO.v, Nov. 18. At the fourth day's session ot tne until temperance conven tion Miss Frances IS. Wllliird was re elected president, receiving il'J3 votes out of a total ot 800. Mrs. Mary A. AV'ood bridge was ohosen recording secre tary, Mrs Caroline K. lluell of Chicago corresponding secretary, nud Miss Esther 1'ugh ot Chicago treasurer. A Sudden Dnxlli, I'tULAM-Li'liiA, Nov. (.-Howard II. Ensign, Treasury of the Maryland Steamboat Cmipauy, w'llle on hi way from Lakewood to Baltimore died sud denly from heart disease yesterday. AGAINST RACING. 7lless1lly of Home Itanlnc and Tool Krltlmr Arilrmeil. Thknton, N. J., Nov. 18. Chancellor IfcGlll, In the Court of Krrors nnd Ap peals yesterday decido 1 tho appeal in 1 the case of Harlng against tho State, nnd has alllrmeil the judgmont ot tho Supreme Court against the legality of pool selling on the raoe tracks. This was a test cine, and tho final de cision by the highest oottrt has been awaited with much anxiety by nil the sporting men in the State of Now Jersey, and, indeed, in the country. I The case has gone ngalnst them. I The Monmouth Park track was not opened during the p.ist season, tho of ficers announcing that without the ex citing adjunct of tho betting ring horso ractng could not bo made to pay, even at ' Long Branch. The Monmouth held oft ponding this decision. The case against Harlng was prose cuted In the Supreme Court, where he was Indicted under the law forbidding the keeping of disorderly houses, tho prosecution contending that pool-felling nnd hookmnklng camo within the mean ing of that law. I The Court found ngalnst Harlng, and tho Court of Errors nnd Appeals now affirm that finding. The sporting fra ternity will now appeal to the Legisla ture in nn effort to get tho law repealed or amended. The Linden Park Racing Association officials wors punlsho 1, and their track Is now closed. So nro moit of the othors, and thoy will not attempt to open ngnln uuloss tho law Is amonded. i New York Navy Yaril Foreman. Washington, Nov. 18. By direction of Secretary Tracy an examination will bo hold at the Now York Navy Yard on tho 30th Inst, for position of foreman ot I that yard. This examination has been ' ordered, as the board which conducted tho former examination for this position stated, In Its report, that It did not con sider those oxamlued camo up to the re quirements, xiio board rocommendod Mint tho person who passed highest bo nppolnted until nnothor examination could bo had, and tho recommendations of the board were adopted. Chorus (llrl Hnli- to a fortune. Boston, Nov. 18. A chorus girl Inth Ship Ahoy Company, Ada Fells, has fallen heir to $100,000, loft by her grand mother In Springfield, 111. The girl's parents are also woalthy, but because thoy refused to pormlt hor to go on the stage, she ran away from homo months ngo, since which time Bho six has been with tho Ship Ahoy Company. ratal Itiillrninl Colllilon. Fremont, Neb., Nov. 18. In a collls. ion yesterday morning between n freight nnd n pnssengor train on the Elk Horn Valley Railroad, tho conductor nnd brakemnn of the passenger train were killed and several passengers seriously Injured. Ed. Hardy, of Omaha, a trav eling man, was fatally burned by col liding with tho stovo in tho smoker. Ilnrsn Dealer McNair's Liabilities. s CuAMiinusBuno. Vn., Nov. 18. Tha liabilities of Washington McNalr, tho horse denier nro $85,000. McNair's failure caused tho entering of judgments against Christian Brechbill and R. H. Boyd, McNair's endorsers, to thonmount of $50,000, Brechbill has made an assignment; NEWS OF THE DAY. J. S. Moulton, of New York, confiden tial clerk to the Commissioner of Pen sions, has rosigned. A banquet was given to Hon. Wilfred Laurior and his party from Canada In Boston, last night. Gov. Russell spoko ' for Massachusetts. Tho Treasury Department has decided thnt goods that pay n specific rate of duty nro not llablo to additional duties , for undervaluation. Fonseca has issued a docreo creating a specinl crodlt ot 13,000,000 of milrels (over $13,000,000) for tho purchase of nrms and munitions ot war. The shorlff yesterday levied on all tho property of the Grand Rapids, Lansing & Detroit, nnd tho Detroit, Lansing & Northorn Railroads. The levy was made on tho suit of two contractors, who have nn unsatisfied judgment against the roads. ' AVentlwr Indications. WAni:NaTo". Nov. 18. VorNow England: Clourlng; decidedly colder; high westerly winds, with a cold wavo; colder and fair to morrow. For Eastern Now York, Eastern Pennsyl vania, New Jersey, Maryland and llcla- wnro: Doclueiliy comer anu rain nign norm- westerly winds with cold wavo; coldor and fair to-morrow. For Western New York, Western Tennsylva- nia: Colder, northwesterly winds; generally fair, generally fair to-morrow. NKW YOltK MAKKKTS. New Yonrc, Nov. 17. -Money on call eaiy at Band 6 per cent. 11UNU3. Closing Yesterday. 2 , He UJi 4 8, Coup 110) i s. Ilea 11714 u s, toup Ill STUCK MARK Ur. Closing YcsleriUv. Canadian l'nclllo , Htili Contra! I'Honic tiiloiuu, llur. Sc Qulncy 11 i Uelaware tc Hudson 1 1" if! Del. Lack, ii Western 1:17 Krie SiH Krle pref Lake chore Louu & Nash 77J.S Michigan Central 10.. u Missouri Tactile UOli Now Jerwiy entral 1UH) Northwestern US Oreon NuvhraUon ?4( FaaittoMail XH lieadlnu J8 ltoek Island 70 Bt l'au 75 Union PaoIIIo 4IH( WesUH-n Union. HI UltAIN MAltKIir. Closing To-day. 117K 117), ClOSllli I o-day. 3ls 107)1 Jail 07i 77 si . 751. 3 til Wbedt--ilai ket ODduod wealc aud unohanirsJ tbrouKbnut d.iv. No. ii, reJ winter clo.oJ lUJIi; Deo.. M): Jan. lWi CorH-Markut openu.1 weak and closed weak er. No. v., mixed, 70, Nov., MH: Uoo., M)i Jan.. a7Ts. Oats-- Market dull. No. 3, miiod, 38i.3i)4; Dco..38, rilODUCE. noTTEn Cienmery, Stato Si Venn., oxtras.38 Creamery, wotern, Ihtts. 'i't Cre.mery, western, MHioiids.,,,.,.'-!! RtatoUair), Ii. f. tubs, extras, ca28Jio. C.UV7 c, .u'Ji o. caw c. Ciikkse - Btute laotory. full cream. Sent, fancy., all btato factory, lull orouui lOulOU Htate factory, full oream, line 1 1 ul.'lj rJtateiH' i try, inn .tuuiu, koou to prime '4ttiu Hlulo f.ictorj, coiuuiou lu fair ...BH uu?, LlVK HOULTIIV - Bpring chickens, cb doe, large perbl. alll Spring" enlckuui. prime rjvtai.i Fowls, Jersey, HUtoS To., iwrlb.,.. VJi al DllESSEO l'OULTUV Turkey, miiod wolshts, per lb 11 aM iip'gcuk's., VMIsl Uttlbt. topalr.,.i!0 Ml "ALMY BREAKS DOWH Mrs. Yal(lcn'g Testimony Shakes His Stolidncss. THE TRIAL LIKELY TO BE SHOR1 Evidence for the Btato All In, and tho Do fenea May Oloso To-dav. An r.nonncMH Crnml Present at the I'rn. cvefllni; Statement of ChrUtln War den's HIjIbi Alrny t'ntltlvxly Identified as Abbott by Jxlfor Nenrnll -KITorts In the Murderer's Ilehalf. Plymouth, N. II., Nov. 18. Tho im mense amount ot interest taken in th atrocious murder of Chrlstio Warden, and the fato of her murderer, was shown in tho enormous crowd that gathered about the court house long before the time Qxod for Its opening. Whon thi doors were finally opened nil the avail able space, oxcept that reserved for the judges, counsel, prisoner and wltnnsios, was quickly lilted. Even the hallways were packed, while those who failed to get in the building at nil llngored around outsldo In groups nnd discussod the matter from thplr various points of viow. County Solicitor Mitchell, who hai tnken n prominent part in tho case since tho night ot tho murder, opened for tha prosecution. He said ho proposed to prove deliberate murder on the part of tho prisoner. Many ot his statements of alleged facts woro ruled out by the court. At tho conclusion of Mr. Mitchell's argument Mrs. Warden took the stand nnd was sworn. Her testimony of what happened on tho night of the shooting was substantially the same as that al ready published. She went on to tell of the home lifo nt the farm ot Almy nnd Christie. The prisoner, who hitherto had maintained that wonderful nerve for which lie has become noted, broke down completely during Mrs. Wardon's rec'tal of these facts, covered his face with his hands and Bobbed quite audibly. As Mrs. Warden continued, Almy leaned forward and cried nut in a voice shaken by emotion! "Oh, Mrs. Warden, please tell It nlll" Mr. Hurley, of his counsol, restrained him and Mrs. Warden's examination was continued without interruption. She told of the friendly relations exist ing between her daughter and Almy, re lated that, as both bad a tasto for lit erature nnd poetry, that they often read together nnd that thoy frequently ex- cuaugutl presents. The faintly, how ever, never allowed them to be alone to gether. Some member of tho family was always present during their meet ings. Mrs. Warden said she did not be lieve that Almy was forming an at tachment for Christie. At this point Almy held a conversa tion with his counsel, ovldently tn rela tion to tho testimony of Mrs. Warden. Mrs. Warden, continuing her testi mony, said that when Christie wus at Manchester, she had sent two letters there. Ono of those contained n mes sage to Almy. Mrs. Warden sntd she had scon nothing in Almy's attentions to her daughter indicating a desire to make the latter his wife. The family, she concluded, would not have ap proved of nuy attempt at courtship. Fanny Warden, sister of the dead girl, then took the stand. In lelatiug the story of the murder, she s.tld that Almy had lived three (shots nt her and finally dragged Christie away from her, pulling tho latter through the fence bars by her skirts. When Christie's body was found, she was lying on her back with her legs crossed. Miss Warden said she found her sister's dress, skirt aud underskirt off and lying at some distance from tho bodv. These garmonts were -here pro- duced aud showu to Judga Doc, during which procoodiug Almy agalu broke down and wept bitterly. Miss Warden was thou t'cro3s-oxam- lued by counsel for defense. She said she dlil not get along very pleasantly with Almy. she always intended tuat he should knuw what she thought of him. Christie, she said, did not want to nrovoke the prisoner, because sue was afraid of him. She thou told of Almy's attention to Christie and said he worked lu every deceitful wuy possiblo to gain her affections. The witness said the prisoner had a revolver when ho 11 rd t came to tho Warden house. Ho showed it freely and said he came from the South where everybody carried a slml lar weapon. Miss Wnrden remembered oulvouo occasion wlien Alrny anu uuris tie were alone. This was when thoy walked home from Hewett's togetlior The familv never know that Almy hud Christie's picture. Ha ctol ethut, Miss Warden said. Kmmett Murshalh who came to th assistance of the WTU-dens on the uight ot the murder and was fired at by Almy, testified to tho circumstances of the murder and tho finding of the body Tho prosecution thou Introduced some medical evidence to snow tne nature or the wounds Inflicted upon Miss Warden. Witnesses also ideutlliod Almy's hand writing, and tho revolver and car tridges taken from him. Tha State then rested Its case uud testimony for the defense begun. Andrew Warden, Christie's father, was the first called. Ho testified to Almy's attachment for Christie, but Bald no member of tne i.nniiy una ever eouraiiod it. Myra A. Warden, a. slstor ot the de ceased, testified pructloully to the same ellect us her father. Several neighbors of the Wardens were then called aud tetlfle.l as to Almy and Christie being together at parties uud driving together. Jailor Newell, of Haverhill, who had Abbott lu charge when he was com ml t ted for burglary, saw Alrny last night nnd is positive that Almy und Auuott are one aud the same person. NEW ENGLAND BRIEFS. General Butler Is seriously 111 in Bos ton from an abscess of the ear. Boston Aldermen propose to pension aced aud worn out city employes. The Uottau'e Hotel at 1'ittstiuld, Mass, was damaged by fire to the. extent ot 13.000 yesterday. Itiohard Parker, the lessee of the hotel, loses $10,000 on fur niture. A warrant has been Issued for tho ar rest ot Charles Cowley, of Lowell, Mass. out ot the best known lawyers In Mid dlesex county, upon cornplalut that hi violated the law In regard to lest' In prosecuting a claim for pension. mBM"lMgnBMWMBWIBMMMMaiJilllii.w- (ZlfK 4 2 "3THE PEER 0F ALL COCOAS. ""V dehes all honest competition. Economical. Pure. Obtainable of anv reliable (rrnror. fair Warning. A Division street lady stepped on n blnck cat whilo going down tho cellar stnlrs, last evening, but didn't allow the Interruption to deter her from continu ing on into the collar nnd over two boxes nnd n tub. Wo aro not cognizant of the fate of the cat, but it would bo well perhaps for the lovers of sausage to uso extra caution for a few days. Too Absentmlnded. An abKctitminded resident of Wooster street shut down a wiudow Monday and forget to draw In his head He was calling for Helen Blazes when discov ered. J M BAII.KY A Lingering .Toy. The reason nn urchin gave for being late at school Monday was that the boy in the next house was going to have n dressing down with a bedcord and ha waited to hear him howl. Not Particular. A man who applied to one of our citi zens lor help for his destitute children, being asked what he needed, said he was not particular. "If he couldn't get bread Iih would take tobacco." .1 M. Baiijsy The best heritage any citizen can loivt! his children Is n good name. k COPYRIGHT IB3I Ward off disease by removing tlio causo of it. It's with tbo liver or tbo blood, nino times out of ten. A sluggish liver makes bad blood and bad blood makes trouble. Dr. Pierce's Gold en Medical Discovery makes pure blood. It invigorates the liver and kidneys, rouses every organ into healthful action, and cleanses and renews the whole system. Through tho blood it cures. For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousness, Scrofulous, bkm anu iscalp Diseases oven Consumption (or Lung-scrofula) in its earlier stages, it's a certain remedy. Nothintr clso is "iust as cood." Anything " just as good " could bo sold just as this is. It's tho only blood-purilicr that's Guaranteed to benefit or cure, in every case, or tho money is rutunucu. Tho catarrh that isn't cured costs $500. lTot to ifou, but to tho pro prietors of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Rem edy. Thoy promise to pay you tho money, if you liavo an incurablo case. Thoy don't believe that you havo one. SI AN' OUDINANCK to amend nn ordi nance nasied on tho 3rd dav of February. A 11. i.v . HiiMLinn .n uriiinunre con erriuu: ou t Malianov tltv. Shenandoah, (lirrdvl le and Asulacd Hallway Ciinpaoy the rUut to biilKlanu operate an oiectric rauwiy on cer tain s routs in tho lloriuirh of ShenandOHh," li U urilamaa, uy llio Town ou icu 01 me tntoush of Shenandoah, and It Is hereby or dained by the authority of tlio Kirne, th.it the ordinance of sild borough heretofore passed on 1 lie tulrd dny of February, A. 1). le'Jl, re- lmiuir to "An ordinance conferring on the .1 11 inn v Mi v. i-nen:innn,in. iiiniruvuie a u iVshlsnd .Htreet Hallway Company' the right 10 uuiiu anu ujiertiie au eifcinu runway uu cer-iiiu birtci iu me nurouuu oueunu donh," be simenueu, Ann isnoroDyamenatiuuy cniuB lui the words ' llanuo rail" In mid ordlui.nco to the words 'Trail." ana that the said ordi nance be Furthermore Amended. Ana H nerooy iimcnded ny rhauKlue the uuice ol track lu said ordinance from five feet two and oue It Uf Inches (5 IX.2V. lu.) to tho gu iso or four tect eltthtand ono-tiulf Inches (4 ft Kin.). l'rmid'd. That the said "Maiunny City. Shenandoah, (Jlrardvllle and Ashland Street Hallway company." witiiinlwoivc(l2)monins Imm the comrdetuin of said railway, shsll re ui'ivo the said "Trail" and subhtltute tho "lltngo rail" ir the said "T rail" snail prove to he uiif ntllactory and unacceptable to the said itiwn i;o.incu; anu 1'rovldnl Furthermore, That the laid "Ma hanoy Clty.Sliena jdoah.Hlrardvllleaud Ash land street Hallwav Com nauv" shallnecent the provisions of this oidluil ico within Un 1101 tiavs frjm the ua&saee thereoi Kunctfd and passed Into au ordinance at Biienaunnaii, i'a , me 111m any 01 iiuumuur, A, i, isui. A. 1). UAliliK, Pres. of Town Council. JAS. II. LK83IO. Chief Ilnrgess. V. J. I'OIITZ. 11-12 lOt Town Clerk. A J. GALLAGHER, Justice of the Peace, Deed, Leones, Mortguges and Bonds written, Marriage licensee ana legal oiaims promptly attended 10. leal Est tie, Collection anil Insurance Agency ieneral Fire Iusurance lluslness, Kepreseuti the Northwestern Lire Insurance Co. OrriOB-Muldoon's bulldlntr, corner Centrf 411U weiraus.,Bueuaunnau, ru. Good Properties of All Kinds For Sale, I A two story double frame dwelling house sioreand restaurant, on East Centre Ht. J. A dwelling aud restaurant on East Uentrt street. I. Desirable property on corner Centre aufi jaruiu sireeis, suiiaoie tor uusiness par noses. I. A two story double Iramo dwelling, or Wet Llovd street. I Two 2-story frame dwellings on West Cen tre street. l-Twn 2storv dwelllniri on tbn corner o: Coal and Chestnut streets Htore room It one. 7. Two-story single house on North Ohestnu' street with alarge warehouse at the rear Three two-story double frame bulldlngi corner or M-iyq ana Miioert streets. ATIOfiHEY-A T-LA W. iXSM-iealAUt balltlla xnner Main taa Osalfc Lehigh Valley Railroad. . lUBlNttltsr.ST or PASdBNORB TRAINS. NOV 15, 1801. Casseneer trains will leave Hbenaudoah for Ataucli chunk, Lehlshton, Slatlneton, Catn saiiqua, Allenlown. iJctulruem, Kaston, Phil fflwissipjsr torkat5-.. .. For Uelvldere, Delaware Wntei (lap aud Jlroudsburg at 5.47, a. m., and 5.26 p. m. Kor Lamuertvlllenud Trento.i, tf.08 a, m For WtiltoHavon, Wllkes-llarro and Pitt wm 5.47, D.US, 1H.41 a.m., 3.10 and 52(1 p. m. ForTunUhannoclc, 10,41a. m., 3.10 and 5.21 p. m. For Vnbnrn.IthftOa, Geneva andnndLyont 10.41 a. in., an 1 5.20 p. m. KorLaoeyvllle, Towauda, Bayre, Waverly, Blmlra, Itocheeter, UutTalo, .Niagara Falls, Uhlcafto and all points Westat 10.41 a. m.,and W6 p. m. For Mmlra and the West vlaUalamanca al 3.10 p. in. For Audenrled, Ilasletou, Hlockton, Lum tier Yard, Weatherly and Penn Haven June lion nt 5.4f, 7.40, 9,08 a. m. and 12.52 8.10 and 5,28 p. m. For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and Heave' Meadow, 7.40, 0.03n. m. nnd 5,20 p. m, Fort)crautonat6.47 9 0x, 10 41a. m. 3,10 and 5:20 p. m. For Hanle Brook. Jeddo, Drlrtou and Free land at 5.47, 7.40, 8.08, 10.41 a. ra 12.52 3.10 and 5.26 p. m. For Cluakake at 6.47 and V.03 a. m end 4.10 p. in. For Wlgttans, Ollberton and Frackvllle al I. 50 and 0.U8 a m.,nnd 4.10 p. m. For Yatesvillo, Mahanoy City and liriano 5.47, 7.40, P.08, 10.11, a.m., 12.62, 3.10,5.26,8,03, HJnod 10.27 p.m. For Lost Creels, airardvlllo and Ashlana 127, 18.104.22.168, 10.15 a. m., 1.00, 1.40, 4,10, 8.85 H.lOand 9.14 p.m. For Darnwater, Bt.. riMr and Pottsvllls 7.40,9.08, 10.58 a.m., 122, 3.10, 4.10, 6.26 and 8.0, ;.. m. For Back Mountain, New Hostin and Mnrea, 7.40, 9.08, lu.63 a. ru., 12.52, 3.10, 6.26 and '.Oil p. m. For llavon Kuu, Centralla, Mt. Uarmel and iliamotuu, 8.52, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.41 indK.OO p. m. Trains leave Hhnmokln for Shenandoah, '.y 11.55 a. m., 2.10, 1.30 ana 9.30 p. m., arriving 11 Shenandoah, B.05 a. m., 12.52. 3.10, 5.26 and II. 15 p. tn. SUNDAY TKAINM. For Lost Creek, Qlrardvllle and Ashlano, .50, 9.10 11.35 a. m., 2.4-5 p. m. For Dartcwater. Mt. Clair and HottsvllU, JjO, 8.00, 9,10 a. m., 2.45 p. m. For Yatesvillo, Mahanoy City and Delano, U, 11.85 a. m.. 1.40, 4.40, 6.03 p. m. For Lofty, Audenrled and Hazleton, 8.W v m 1.40 p. m: For Aliuich Chunk. Lehlehton. Rlatlnxtnn Cdtasauqna, Allenlown, Bethlehem, IS&stot and New York, 8.00 a. in., 1.40 p. in. ror rmiaaeipniu, i.w p. m. Jfi. B. BYINOTON, Uen'l Pass. Ant.. Uethlihtm A BIG DRIVE IN FURNITURE. We are making a big drive in fur ulture, but; malicious desire Is not its object. VVe desire to dispose of a large surplus stock, and propose to give our patrons the benetlt of pome extraordi nary bargains. J. P. Williams & Bro., Soutli main Sit., SHE IST-A-ISTD O jXI. THRATUR BVlLINfi, SHENANDOAH, PENNA, Capital, $100,000.00. W. Leisenrng, Pres., P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres., J. R. Lcisenrwg, Cashier, 9. W. Yost, Ass't Cashier. Open Dally From 9 to 3. 3 PER GENT. INTEREST ! Paid 011 BuvInuM ueposltii. People's Oyster Bay ! EOAN' IlUILUINa, ra K. Centre St., Slienaurloiili CHAS. C. GUISE, Props. OYSTERS It'w, Rtewcd, Boalloped, Panned or Fried to order. Fain lies supplied at their house with the bestoyslers iue tuurjLei, uuurus. All Orders Promptly Filled. first National lkiik Philadelphia and Boadin Tlnu Table in tgott Jfov iilNS LEAVE SHENANDOAH 891 ,0LL0W5 Tor Now York via I'hiladelphit weekdays , Ti20 5'. m- Bnl 1235 i'-M and6.lt Duiiuuj z.iu ana i.n a. m, For New ' i ' M1u.ch. Chunk, week flays, 6.25. JO, a. m. and 12.35 nnd 2.C0 p. m. U0, 7.20, a. m., iz.35 ? Ko aud 6.55 p: m. nun. uuu im a. In.. 4.nn n. m. 51?5 55 prrmbnrg' Week ' 'JM ra' For Allentown, week days, 7.20 v m.. 12.85 o p. m. tT, liOttavliie, week days. 22.214.171.124,. m., Hi ,-50.l?-55 Pl m' 2. W and 774 i Ol , 4,30 p.m. rot 'I'amaoua and Mahanoy City, week l'V. 2.(0, 5.45, 7.20, a, m., 12 8? 2.D0 and 6768 Additional (or Mahanoy City, week iiv '7.nii p. m. ror .Lancaster ana Columbia, week days. 1 iOn. m.,2.50 p. m. For Wllllamsport, Hunbury and Lewldbnri-.. -.ek days, 8.2), 7.20 and 1130 a. m 1,35, 7.Si m. Sunday 8:25 a, m., 3.05 p. m. i'j, T.20 and lf.3,'l a. m.. 1 a-. j n c r.e' 7.00 anu .5. v. in. Sunday, 2 10, 3.25 an'd7.4s' a, m. J.05, 4.30 p. m. " for uiraravllle (Rappahannock Station) .' . V ' -"lLt o.j, i.t ana ii.su a. m., 12.35, 1 35 2.&0, 6,55, 7.00 and 9.25. p. m, Sunday! A .V J -, ,.1D ... 1U.1 O.W. tQJ II, 111. WrT . .Ill" am.. LJ , , a zj, 3.a, i.tu, iisi) a m 1.35. 7.00 and m. rjuuuay j.ij, 7 a n. m 3.05 p. m, rAINS FOIl UltKNANIiniHi jeave New York via Philadelphia, week iys.7.45 a. m., l.SO, 4.00, 7.30 p. m 13.11 ishl. Bnndi.y. 0.00 p.m., 12.15 nlent. 'joave Nop York via Manoh nhnnk. wnek 1-vs. 4.30. 8.45a. m.. l.mnil :t. n m un. dny, 7.00 a.m. jbbvj i-miaaeipma, week aays, 1.10, ana 10.00 a. m. 4.00 ann 6.00 p. m., from Broad tua Callownul and 8.35 a. rn.nnd 11.30 p. m. rrom 9th and Mreen streets. Hamlav 0.05 n. m. ll.W p. pi. from 8tn anc ' ma. Wave KeMtag, week days, 1.85. 7.10, 10.C6 ml 11.50 a. m.,fi.t5, 77 p,ra. MundaylSana 0.I8 a. m. iioave PoiUrvlUe, week days, 2.40, 7.40 a. m., .SO, Oil p. m, Sunday, 2.40,7.00a, m. and t.05 1. m eave T amaqna, week days, 8.20, 8.43 anO 21 A. m.. 1.21. 7.18. fr," '8 ti. m. Hiindav S.2B 7 43 . m. anu 2.60 p. m. cave Manauoy ''ity, wok days, 8.40, 8.18 id 11.4T a. n l.a, ' , . 0.41 p. m. Bnni -y, 3.40,8.17 1. ra 3S0 p. m. ueave Muhanoy Plane, week (Jays, 2'4J, 4.00 30. 9.35. ll.U a. mUU5, 2.08. 5-20, 8 20,7.57, and "tin. m. Hundav 21. LOfl. and 8.27. a. m 3 37,6.01, p. m. ueave liiruravuie t.iiappanannocK aiauon) feok days. 2.47 4.07, (1.3(1, and 9.41 a. m 12.03, 2, 6.W, 0.32, 8.08 and 10.00 p.m. Hunday , 2,17. 0 , 8 33 . m. 3.41, 5.D7 p. m- eave Wllllauisport, iieokdays, 3.00,9.45and 1 ,55 a. m. 3.35 and 11.16 p. m. Bnnday 11.15 . tn. For Baltimore, Wasiilryiton and the west la B. & O. K. U., through trains leave Ulrard vvenue station, Philadelphia, (P. B. K. It.) (.18.801 and il.27 'a m..l.l. 4.24 . 6.65 an 7.13 p. m. Uunday, 3.5," 8.02 U.27 a. nr., 8,00 42 and 7 Hp. m. eave Philadelphia. Chestnut Street W5.'.' a hi ain rii.reei w nan. Fur Atlantic ciJtT. oo7N.no. Week-dtys Express.9fl0 a, m. 2.00. Vno, P. ai. AasoaimiJitlou, 8 00 a. m. and 5.C0, p. m. Sundays. Srpress, 9.00 a. m. Acorn 00 ntuon. .4.00 a. 111. una -10 o. 111. Itetnrnlne. leave Atlando (JIty, depot Uantioand Arkansas aveuuet vepkla, s Express, 7.30, 0.00 a. m. and 4.001, p. m. Ac connnoJatloDB. 10 a. m. aud 4.30 p m. Bun-davs-Exnresn. 4 00. d. m. Accommodation. 7.30 a. m. and 4.30 p. m. u. u. oAnuuuiVi uen'l rasa r aki. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. BOUUYLKILL, DIVISION n and after September 1 1 jsi, 'ra4iw Mill tear tihenaiidoat at (oUows: For WlgKau, Ollberton, Fmcfevllle, New ustle, Ht. Clair, and way points, 8.C0, 9.19 m anil 1.11 n m sauaays, uuu, u.40 a m ana j.ju n m. For Pottsvllle, 0.00, 0.10 a m ana 4. 15 p m, -inndaye. 600, 9.40 a m and 8.10 p m, Ifor Heading, 0.00, a m and 4.15 pn. dnndavs. 000.9.40 a.m. and 3.10 nm. For Potutawii, PUoenixville, Norrlatown .nd Phlladelohla rltroad street ntatlnm. S.OU. a. 111. aim iuo p ui ween uuys lundava. bOo. 9.10 a m 3.10 n m. Trains leave FraoXvlbe lor Bhenandojh at ,'i.Wam and 12.14, 7 12,10,09 pm, Hnudaya, .1.13 a 111 &un p m. ueuve l uiusviuv lux auomiuuuuu, iu.id anu .i.to, a m .ij, v.j i ux. Ciunaays, lu.&o i.15 D m. - LdfiTA PhllnilAlnhln IP,tsiaA Atrrtftt. Htnf1nn lilt L JLLSV 11113 UUU DUUUHUUUail. O.Ui. O.d 1 U U v:a am Vn. V .-..I. O IM A 1 A ATI s U KOI n I pui v a, v.i-j, .r.fxj, v.uu, i.a (umnoa or. "rein, i.w i.uu p m.i iz..i 2.30, 1.30, 4.02 i, tj,b.2), 0.50 7.13 8.1iand Ml m. 12.01 nlebt. ln .1.. nn,. .... il nil A t A An R 41! V 14 ivn n II 11.35 k tn. li'il 12 21. 12-11. 2 30. 102. flirnlt.R,! HtaLlons Q.Wt 8.Uj and 11.39 a. ui., 3.30, 1,00 p. in week days, Mimday 8 n. iu. D.IUUUU 11.1Q . til.. 1 II. UUI4 iilll 11.111 HUU 1 u express wiin uiuine car ioiaium rv) i,Ji- p.m. we kdayH. bor Jl<imore ouly 2.0H i wteiiuyB. o.uo. ii,ou u. iu. uhiiv. Uf PlnhinnnH 1 ,i in mirl ..lvt VJ UUUILOUI UUU O.IJl O iXI. W.OJ I II. VWHVII Miiis, o.iu a ra aaiiy, ana i.iu pm weecc ?ar ECrln n.nA tnffirm.dlnt in-itntJi. TlII) n. i V.tly. Knr JjOcjs Haven. 6 '0. nnd 9X0 ft huuvm iLiu a. li i .mil n.rvj i) ti wuuk. uk 1iB.B I'UHB. J.K.VrOOUr uxme MDie tn eneel May, iu, iBiti Trains leave Readme fP. A li. stAtlon) llUCBUJl .LllllUlUUl U. J 1-1. IB V. tl UULL1 except Sunday, at 6.23 and 8.30 a.m. ana siaiions,aauy except nunaay, at v.vu aw,, n o.ivn. m. nunaav oniy e.iD a, m ib rur uirubuoro unu lQionneuiaLU -ii and 3.15 p. m. rinnday only at 3.03 n. m. i miun arrive tti nmuiui: r. ot lx, Biuu Irom Wilmington. II. Sc Cy Junction. Mi chanln, Chaddsrord Junction, West Chet ten ana iniermeaiaie siaiions, aaiiy exc Sunday at iu.au a. m. S.52 and 8.17 p. m. B uay only at i i.2i a. in. From St. Peters. Warwiok and Intermed' stations, dally except Bnnday. at 8.2d a, and 2.25 p.m. Bnnday only at 0 p. m. - From Blrdsboro and Intermediate stath Saturday only at 1.10 p. m. r rom wawinKion ana uauimore. aavi: cent Bundav. 10 20 a. m. and R 17 e Bnnday only at 11.21 a. m. UOWNBsh U1UUUH, Qen'l Pass. A A. Q. MCUA IJBliAN U, Bapt, John R. Coyle. A.ttorney-at-Law AND Real Estate Agel OFF1UU BKDDALI.'S liUILDINO, I Cor. Main and Centre Streets. SHENANOOAlj PROPERTY FOR SALE: lK two and one-half story double uwemuK uouse. Willi bure-rouiu taurant, juocaiea on tail uemr 8 A valuable property located oiA din street. k S Haven dwelllne houses at ilie corner Dm ana iiova sireeis. u.-ioa inves Terms reasonable.