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THE DEADLY' CRAEHS
ioi in ft.'' fclf How lie (utt in Uia Knssoll Sago'ti 0 L V.. uuuri fTBtl.l T WO KILLED, BIX ffA! bet" iPjttTn Kadinan WUson'i Attemp'. to TCill thi ffl!onftlr With Dyaamlnr . lr. Is Not Fatally nar-Krr(bla ei'ni'"XRr itYe IVneflS "BWilOT tht JWimb auirlit l,fto the Drank Kxeept lilt HertdilVhtnB KA. aktfnjlfitittlA.. by Mr. Ab The Manlae Wni fimlrif, Only tfrftntoita Mule Ova? (tltttA. T Nrw 'York, Dei 5.--?Tbt tn many 3'i',ai'3 lias there btren tack excitement line a was cheated When; 'it beoArue 1-mvvn that th AViAtM building on io ui way hud bwii w re (Hied by au ex-plii-doii, eattsed by the hand of a maniac v no had demanded en (mormons eiuii ol money frixu Russell Rage, and who, on being rotused, had , h.iuiad a dyna mite bomb at the millionaire broker. The report of the explosion deafened ovury one In the building and mi hea'd for several blocks. IM force w' tremendous. It shook, the building, cliettered the second floor from the' Broadway side half way back to Church street, and lta downward force vrreokod the vucaut room In the first floor uuder imjhUi the office of Russell 3age. Win dows were broken frotn the basement to the fifth floor, as were also the Inside glass partitions and the skylights. lb U main force of the explosion whs c-prnded In the two offlois of Hussell Sagln tho meeting room of thedlrec tors of the' Manhattan I-Ullroad (Jom puny, which is directly west of Hmisell Bilge's private office, nud In tho telegraph room of W. K. Connor & Co., adjoining I " HUSSELL SAOE. thn room where the bomb was thrown. These four apartments were "destroyed, with nil that tbev contained. Dividing wlls were entirely torn. away. Heavy lrjn saftfs were movd or overturned, lr n flrepbicei were wrenched apart, yawning cracks weie made in tho brick vails, d mr wore blown to pieces, hun dreds of pounds of brick were torn out o it wall a foot thick, marble w&sh n imds were broken Into small pieces, lead pipes were wrenched apart, one m n was blown through the windows in o It 'cior street, and a tombstone In Trinity Churchyard, 100 foet away, was shattered by the conousslon. Immediately after the explosion tho -fvil lest rumors beoame rlto, and it was ntatjd Ibat a dozen people had boon killed, and as many injured. T iu correct lint, of the dead and injur ed is as follows: (4. KILLED. t "D. II. Wiison," the bomb-thrower, nee about 45: home unknown. JlKNJAMtN I'hanklin Nobton, 19 years old; unmarried, home, Fur Hooka way. INJU1IRK. ititssell Sago, aged 75: lacerations nhout faoo and head: sufToring from shook. Frank Itobertaou, 10 years old; sight cf one ye destroyed, the other badly injured., severely cut all over body and face: recovery dmtbtiul. Willlum If. Loitllow, Jr., 35 years old, nnmi and left leg badly bruised, laoer ntml wounds on body and head; suffer lmz from shock. O. W. Osborne, fit roars 0ld, com pound fracture of the skull; faoe and bauds bruised: recovery doubtful. S. 0. Calhuun, bruised about the face; not seriously hurt. Joseph J. Slocum, Aged 50, bruised about face aud neck. ilr. Bage was transacting business in hlb ollice. Hhortiy after noon a oler t untered with a oard bearing the uama of U. 13. Wilson. Mr. Sage sent the clerk baok to ask the man's business. Thn olrrk returned and said thu mau was from John Kooko feller nud wished to see Mr. .sage per sonally. Ur. Sage want out to see him. He found a neatly dremad mau sitting ie the ante-room, clutching between his knees a email black bag. He said to tho man that he was vary busy, and asked him to b seated a short time, when ha wonluscemui. netnriien to enter his office, wheu the visitor raid: Ike nemiiHd. r "Ur- Sage, here is a latter that will ex; Uln itself. R ad it." Mr. Sage t ok the letter, told the man to lit dwn. and read. It said: "J hold iu my band tan pounds of dynamite. If I dron it on the floor It wll blow tbi building and ovary on in it to pieces. For $1,300,000 It will not a op. s or nor Mr. Bege kuaw at ouoe that he bad to deal wttn a luuutio, aud iu a collect! manner saldi "I buve an Important business or msgemeut In half an hour aud cannot give the matter attention until than. yon Diust return " "Thun you rof uaa," said the lunatic, as Mr. Page imnde l dock tn letter. ' Why no; I tall you that as non as have done with my engagement I will clvevou an answer." ''That will not do," the man replied as Mr. Sage turned to enter his offloe Then ralnlust the satchel hlh over his lead the visitor dashed It tu the floor. eheuded by the lloiub. Thero followed the awful explosion, lancn Into tatter. .1 Ml ii li ' h ! ' I, u I) tIi re I, 11 1 nn I IV si-vered IK A knife hit! dn'iu the work Of, 411 th man who wars in the .room whii-l tlm bnmb was 'thrown the ifi tmiflhil victim amn tn hitva lnn thn leust injured. llfiliaiKld were rtlaftitly t id, hit face Was out by flyioB glw clothe wm tern ff.om lite book, but wasVnble M walk " nenrtjf drugstore, whore h had bin wonnls fiscal year Hie nxiasa o7l jHPii . i-j .Ircati-d, nml he is quietly resting at 4Ms about $1,000 001). 1. Is ,a s.ri' I, , it home In Fifth avouuu. fact, however, that nh't t1 ,n i i . .Ooprge Uould, Jy Gonld'n son, wni In tba nui'junt of "supplies" u ' Itting iu his otUce, whloh wimrut that was $7110,000, tli iuoraese in tils unkn ot Hussell Sn, when the bomb wu . tlty expended "for use"' was 'II, 41)0, )0J. thrown. Ha give the following abcbuut The total VaiUe bf iallf naval Auriifi ctf what lj knew of .the itit niv- afjoat and at shore strttlohs ai iioi'n "I Was writing a letter when t heara upon the hoolis Juife B0( lSOt, Was f a noise Ilka that, ina le by t he explosion 110,391.61, showing a net decri' ; - us of a shiiou, fottoyf fl by itinck, whloi fomparad w(t,U be preejlox y-ir of brohght down the Walls. Idid not lAoji (195,000, and this, notwittataXntM t to Inquire the cause, but tundu my way fact that during the yew tnor U.iv out of the building as fast as I could, baen added to the beffnaMFflV'stores at Whan I reached the attest I wax told the navy yur.la, such as gUfj, gun car that solne one had tnrtwn a bomb at t some one had tDrQwn a bomb at Sags. : 1 wn more frighttinod than t. Col. Hln, his private secretary, Mr. hurt, Mr. Kransloli, and Wnshinglnn ii. Con Her got out of the building unhurt with i Ru-sell Sa(' Rtatsment. Hussell tiage has made the followlnc orHr440,00J peoln were nuiierad home statement to Inspector Byrne : "3 leas aud destitute. came out of my omcs, having been sent for. 1 found thero a man with o aatchel. He handed inns card with the name 11. D. Wlluon uo It Me said he nnuie from John O. Rockefeller, and at the same time handed me a typewritten ' letter In a sealed onvelops. It was ad dressed to trie I npoited It, and found it was a demand upon me for the Hums-1 dlato payment of a million and a quar ter dollars. The letter stated that if the money wae not glveu np at once to the possessor of the letter that he would blow me, himself and the entire plaoe up with dynamite. I road the lotter aud placing It In the envelope handed it back to him, and tuitiod to go lute my private ollice when the explosion oc curred." Ifussell Sflfto, Jr., declarer It to bo his bolief that thn Insane assailant of his father is the same miiu who has been for some time past sending threatening letters to his father, hut beyond this no claw can 1m mid. A half a tloxan or more ot these had been received. The nume used In these letters was James Walsh. In these let ters the writer ilenjnnd.i t thn payment to him ot the sum ot $1,300,000, the identical sum demanded by tho inau who Jttllod on Mr. Sago. Why this special sum was wanted the writer ot tho loiters did not specify. Nut I ha Utens Fulls Lunatlo, that the dynamite thrower might be ! lliram Wilson, of G-ieuu Falls, who ia known as a dangerous lunatic, and who recently regained his liberty. A Kei tlcmati in this city, who was well ao- i..i...i '..i. tti-... nrii.An . ni....a IUIIIUICil 1TUU 111AU1 IlliaWi, Ml uinu rail, viswou tun uuuy HI, UUUJ IIUUW taking looms last night and said: "Hiram Wilson, of Olehs Falls, who has been suggested ss the thrower o! the bomb, is older thuu the man whose remains are at Uully's undertaking rooms. His hair and mutache wore ' gray, his face smooth shaven and his ' teeth decayed. The points he had in , common with the do ad mau were fanati-. clsm, a hatred of the rich, and a habit , f threatening to kill people who crossed i his path or refused to leud him money ! ou demaud. " THE JEWETT AFFAIR. 1'arMOL1 Ilon-.b-TI:roTv!ng Uncalled by thn 1'rAseut Ovem-rcuo. j New York, fiec 6. On April 5, 1877, n similar oscurieuoe look place in the ollloe of .Tewett Se Co., Unsead oil deal cm, at llu'llng Slip and Front street. The cxcltenijut wan preat, and the fatal results, together with the promi nence ot the victims, made the affair the ralgntug sensation ot tho day. Shortly before la o'clock on tho day ot the tragedy there were present in a back room ou the second floor of tho Jewctt pUuH ot btiuinasi George Jowett and his nephew, Orvllle Jewett, and Joseph A. Dean, uow a dealer In lin seed olU and also located In Hurling Slip, was near by. All that oocuired in tho office has never been made pub lic, but it is knowu that for some rea son a bomb was thrown by Orville Jow ett. The explosion startled every one tn the bulldlui; and In the Immediate nelgborhood, and people at once rushel to the scene of the accident. Mr. Dean was found coming down stairs with ouo leg badly shattered. Ou the Hour of tho back room lay George Jowett, terribly manuled. Hediad been apparently In stantly killed. .Near him lay Urvlllo Jowott, uia au thor of the calamity. lie woe still allvo, and near him was a heavy Colt's revolver, two chambers of whloh had been discharged. In young Jewett'a breast were found two gaping bullet wouuds. Surgical aid was at ouoe called, and Jewett was taken to the Chambers Street HosuitaL where ha died at I o'clock that Arening. Mr. Dean recover! from his iujurles That Imaiilty Stury Unfniiiuleil. Vienna, Duo. 0. A newspaper ot this city started the report, three weeks ago, that the (ieroian K,ilar was considering the idea of hnviug an Inquiry by medi cal experts as to his own sanity, not that the Kaiser ever doubted his sani ty, but that be whlied to prove to tho world that the French, and other ru mors affecting bU saulty are wholly un founded. '1'he Socialists, in lierlio, Vi enna aud Paris, are dotal! everything possible to spread tUaie rumor, with a view of weakening th popular confi dence In thu throne. Dtage-Rtrnek OlrlS Disappear. B 'ai'o.v. Do. 5. Nellie Horrls, aged 18, nud Kclllu l ivrry, ogd 13, diaappeAr ed from tneir liomJo lat Saturday, and are believed to h ivs gone to New Vork with two men. dime museum perform era The tctrl were stagj atrtiok And were oouBtaat visitors to cheap pi of Amusement. Franco's luttuiuUea t tUa Vape, VARia, lieo. o. The breach govern - tnent has aunt an Intimation ti the Vat ican that Krauoe will hi cn.i.iii-.uua 1 to withdraw tliu Krunch A u insaJor to thu Il'dy Sh,' if I.. litie uii'-iiiiraei the Frcniu lii'.hipi in ti.i'ir d. ,u'j.i.ii rutioni Against Uie "','! .11.1 '.it. The Uari Ualvundml. Waahinotok, Deo. 5. Act mi Ssoro tary Spauldlng bus investigated the charge that convict labor was beirut r NAVAL. SUPPLIE3. XayrnK.'ter-Oi'nernl hlnwurt's II.-,,, ir Allows a 111k tiieri-uln f l-'ipi'in! 1 ' hi . WAmiNiiroM, Ilea b. ) nymi'Miar Crsunral Stewart, Chief- ' the .Jlurmlu of Truvi I cms and Ll'ot)Ut(4, Id.'l., , An- na port to the b '.Butnvy ui the -hhty, sh.vs tlmt th dfbwUkof tf navy has called tor KreallrllirriaadMti) ildi- tttree at Hume slaltowr dwiniinli'i dkt riagea, anohors, etd., 'ittfktwHaiiug i riages, anohors, etd,, aggreuniiug in value 11,000,00(1, which sum If included in the balance above stated, ! '' NWa riP TUB ttaV Iiy the great HHrthquake In Japan The principal business blook of Ar Eyle, All an., was destroyed by fire. Lois, $1(H),00Q; Insurance little, COPYKIGBt IWM A spell cfi richness is Uuo wlK'n ino oysiem'8 7eakellea, and tlie hlood imtiure. It's fliat you must expect. But It's what you must pi-event, too. And Ur. i'ierce'8 Uoluen JUeU' ical Discovery pi events as Wfll as cures. It invigorates the liver and kidneys, purifies and enriches tho blood, sum pens the nppetitc, mi P08 d'811,011 a"d restates health and Btrenifth. For Dyspppsia, "Livor Complaint," and evety form of Sorofulous, Skin, or Scalp UiS' oases, as Salt-rheum, Tetter, Ery sipelas, or any blood-taint, if's an utiequaieii remedy. it's not liEe thG sarsaparillas, which claim to bo eood lor tho blood in March, April and May, At all seasons alike, and in all cases, tho "Disoovcrv" alone is guaran teed. If it doesn't bsneflt or cure, you have your money baok. It's the cheapest blood-purifier, no matter how many doses are offered for a dollar, for you pay only for tho good you gel. But it's tho best, or it couldn't be sold so. AMUSEMENTS. SATUSDAT, 'DEO. 5th, '91 a be acme of lealuna, ch irrolog HETTIE BERNARD CHASE andapertfct oomny of pUyers, lo a grand St'OiJlC proauCV'Oll Hliu jnuburotiiuv melo-aramallo comedy, "Uncle's Darling" j The heroine of the light houM, An Alaska romance, with scenes and rJiAr nctera entirely new to the stage. A f irtnrje In anlmul tinAA tn liift r rillHm at the Alav. Thouuly team of trlued rclu l-er la exist ence. The most won lerru'ly lniBlngeot nore In t.hAurmlri A Lnmnfl Ol If&ilU HIS IfitaUlmaU dogs, broueht d reo from Al .nka. Majt'Il nmi iifLnnrtAirfl. 'lin''"Mnd "fj mot." The ubeoomeuttl actlug bear, 'Topsy," and the precoclou- trloa mule, "Minnie." :erioa. act. uo, vSo. F StROUSOM' THKJTRE, P. J. J-KKUCSON. ltNGSft.- OKB NWttT ONLY. MONDAY, DHBEH 7, 1S9I, The ehAtmiog aoubrettc, ' LILLIAN KENNEDY, imtfWKiHrti 'She Couldn't Marry Thrt" HnpportAd by the emlaeo' sinxlng ronMdlAU, iter umuier, i ' nviwus wxmuisv company- PMdvnd With AU TWr Owi tMimrj. A vratul sauna or the Uorn si OOAAt with rollwg light honea. Pingby tn anel, eCAAtsst rauroua scene ever onut. writitn, 5, so and 7 tmta Ferguson ! House : Restaurant (Under rnit'iiifcemcnt 11 F.nn 'Ii 1 in''..ctt) Dr. Main axtt Ctutrt- Streets, FIRST-CLA-SB LUNCH LOUMl'BR, Best beer, porter cd alcnslwsys outar. Ot' gaiuof the tlncHt .nauds. FIRE INSURANCE. Largest and oldest rellab'r pnMlycjIicaa. pan let represented by 3D.AVir FAUST, mo S. JardmSt, SAenanaoah, Pa. ; t? .i . 4' V r?! i ' in iu, .iv-i - i-i.ii . iVt . Cut) yMiiraf i i. ii 'M' II 1 1 oxv v, re. pnu i-r; 'it Ii i I 1 ' fo, ( ' rl) irtnii 11 M -v !l ' i I i i v r i ; i 1 1 i i ti I UtU.j.,. ln1pff i :n :u d ii. - (',' Lamp, : vr lX1TiVPA vuiii iY 4trf Sy ONCE Ik ED is ohooring, moro sustaining rt, n Hjuurcouec. IJOttQr lor t lenervoa. ' 'n. rn nr anhst.Hiifn .. WAMTS. too. Adiertttemtn't th tMi notumn. not nrj-orrihm 5 lines, 6 e tor oat instf? Uctt) 76o. tor two: $1 for three: one week, ttM; two weak, ft: one norUA, IB. W 'ANTED. Young fejlow about 1h 1 vcnM r.r Rn. Annlir ol ohinidt's store. it 2t-lf FOR 8 IiE. Ono sthre room und in i dwi-lllo; bouse. Tot OO&et front nd 14(1 feet da n. Plane. SIS wee Cn I m rest. Eftty erra-. Apply w Frank.WamiBi. ii-ii-im WANTKO. Gond cahvn sit for "AdV'n nrssln the Kllnei." tbe onlv work over nub'lched ilvlmrucomnl-te r corfl and description nt -he reat mlplu di'usteri ot America. Terms liberal, -(irtress, I. I, O'M dtey, Uanton, Ohio. 11 21 41 ev sat XrOTICTE.Notlco Is hereby given to merohantsandoUiers not to trust any n my aocouui. ai i wii not Day any i uin contracted In lny name 1 17 otuem, nnlets they bftvb an order eiirned bv me. Hit's T ii OH B TlCJlfBST, Shcnaudoab, I"a., lieo.4, 1891. - 8t TT'OR SATjE. The amy leatn nf JL? hones ren tly use t bv tliACole.inlil i 11. AI.!'. S Co., No. 1 The houses will be a bargaluto tne puiohevre l' kah& I.BWIO, Job v Kisb - uo wnn, JSiiB O'HUht l'UAKK l'0))BTNT3TON, J AM SB MOUON I,D, 11-ai-tr Ti nsfeee "1H ARTE It V J biiebv srlv NO HOB. Notif-o le lven that an application will iimnidii 10 the Onnrt at t'ommou Plna' nt oliiij lk'll county on Monday, 1 -eember 21st, A. II. 1801 at 10 o'olook 1n ino foiononn, un ier the'corporatUui act oftbicommonwHllb ot toii09jlVBula,npproved ArrllHO, 1874 "aud tho usplement thereto, f-ir the oriai ler o! an IntAiiilfdcurimrntlnlitobn called ''Ut. Oeorffe't l.lthuaulun t'atholla Beneflolul Hoclety, of Hbe' anaoan, I'ft. ai 'i assi ciai io.i is 10 no local?-! in shenaudoih. Pa., and to have fir us object the roil tenancy ot a society vti espial. A.1tiflfl.t1fm)tl and bnf1&lBl mn- n-wes to Its inerdbers iroji muds collected therein. 8. Q, M. IlOliLOBBrEH. Atlnmcv f r Annllofti ta, BhenanaoAli.Ia.,Nov.a8, '91. ll-Wv THE.Min-mn ahio&l sessicii OF TUB wiU be held In FfifteUSON'S THEATRE. SHENANDOAH, PA,, December 14 io 18, '91 HOND1Y, Major Henry O. liane One of tne greatfs'. Qraton and Word l'alnt eri. He na ni.idj a touf aroit nd the wuri i wlthasucc.iH 1 tllwlesa thai marvelous TUHfSM.tV. Ur. Jnrnn T. JItillty Tbeitrettt Orator of tae West, '"The Sunny Side of Lite." Vt'KDNMHitYi jr( Offfe 3rlei't Ir Ooi&ert Co - JIlasyil'eTorbHt, Violinist Mtinnr Vlltorla Uccrlnl. Suprano. Miss Paallue Monngrlno, Oiutrjlto M Mlsi fc'Klirii t'oart, Singing Header r rsnatnvMTi ilhArir. Tuno. Si.il.lR. lies'r l igieT, ruwisv. All eminent and popular artists. " TMURSnAY. Maritihti: Wilder, 1'he Qr"rt Humorist. cue raranisteisuanei,i.e. Mlw An1n A Park, J.irn' nud Z liter MbsOeo iile I'. rVrs, ( r liland Mnudol'.n. Winn K.ilic licl a Virk, Uoru-l Tr nbone and fmli'i. Miss Ad i ij. Pa-k, rVirnstnnd Mandolin, Al.ISOl.0 A1(TT IU Frim the Botlm Trmttc-inl: "The Park Concert C mpa iyg-ve o i their popular Ouiu-crts Uo dayeenbg Th "nitre mm.' art As reeiveu wi u ranunnu uppia'iHo ua l .uy apiara ' In t. f dUT-rent sietio .s. -i ney mi) .1 1 ari, Bl I . vi m, u.muqv the delitatel audienox K -ve benn." t linwn vnii. m. (Male voices bkahojj ticki:th. Ueourlhg mserved feats j J, , 7'y ....81.75 ,-.!) Sicjle admission Boo Xbenbsitf ir the nale of reserved ?at llok ets w 11 be opan d a' tut- b ix office or Fe gu spx'sThea're, nu rauird, i rcemberS, at 10.80 iu. Befiri open ai mia t pai'il 'S de siring lo nrchows tickets vlll draw numb rs for nosulo.i lu Hue. Uuo i i- leln.r in Hue nur mitv.. ,uu n n V nn flllHT nf Ilr S nOt flV eeedlngt.tt'i'y, and ce h 1.1. n In 1'nc may nirnih.iM' inv tinuilici ii.ll i'r.r '"al "' icn. Thor p i i.-ntttt1 -e ot tae i i.lsM"t will be rcuotiL-ii wti' siiuuiili' l,ik't ii 'nt a i kI ot tUenJ.ncHof Ui-? tcic iit-i I ir v'mih ba bins l.lr.k. 'a tuv i r on nuj J l i t c Hue swo id U.o with Uic inni" pilWlhics as at AOtr D-ae.nKT 12 Uinoh.ut will be open st Krb ii at ig h ore 1).kih 0,1 -ii t7 p.m. Entertainment com me c. at 8. R11LWAV AllltAKUnMEN'lB: Trains ait.- curb v'n'ujjt enmittin nenllo nil I Is on l.v It lie. it u a. nan and luimi'i Air uicnnu 'm p,-i''.il ti i i o o' o poi'l-oi I V tt It and un a It, r. I'm bo ii. aim ul'b '-.ui" . ' bl.ucidce. UeUuo.uud O. O. Lcwia, I'ljlUvdl". O. iv, VVK18H, OouolvSnpr.nlciideit, Philadelphia top Baria Sioro. Fo' a full Luc oi WINTER UNDERCLOTHING, Ladles' and UentV Furntahlug Goods at the lowest prlc e v-reclai lloeoiOom- firis itfl '.SCJi'li. J, RAB1N0WITZ, 110 1 Centre stmt m i' i A mU' fine Vk N DI i; l(i tn t, mo.o at tm. Twenty c uHiud, all kinds. Best ' w;. !) itd abs ut(j pure. lies, i, y 7 21 in II I ,1. ' TOYS, -i ! Glassware, Crockery, 7' -V; 7' " ' , ' "i p.m. ' ' .'UI 0, ' - "1y. SI').. 74. . m, 4 K p ,-, ' " I i . . t tlij.l.V I'1 . , t3Uk i , 1 I'l I IV I iyo r A'iv ,srn - tro I AM x H full i. (. Hup nf b . inn ui J' ii lii stor ' oiii nww 8Soush strret - ALWAYS USf). and moro satiefying than Leiiiglt Vallfty Railroad. ABRHOMltT or I'ABSBimBB THAI ITS. NOV 15, 1801 "assenjEer trains will leave rttwsandoab fcr -raaoh (ilinuk, JLehlghtoD, Hletlneton. Oats int. Allontown. nethlebnm, Kasto, PW1 thfa nnd New York at 5.4T, 7.4. i).(B.tti. ilefr. a.10. li.Mii. m. v r oeiTiaero, jjciiwaro w -i ter Qap And Btr luaibnrg At6.7, a,m and b.-Mn. in, Kor fmbertvllie and Trento , 9.U8 a. in for Wlnto linvon, VVllaes-Barro andTlim jjn 6.47, 9.08, 10.41 A. m 8.10 mil 6.SW p. m. VorTnnKnaiinock, 10,41a. m , 8.10 and 6. P. tn ,Fpr Autmtrj. Itb&ca, Geneva and and Lyont 10,41 a. m.; nl S M p7m. I"or IiAceyvlUe. Towanda, Bayre, Vaverl7, Wralra, Kochosler, IHnnalo, wtagara FaUs ijuloafco and nil roints West at 10.41 a. m.,at,d p. iu, Foi hllrnlra lld tho West vlf, lta1nr.lr,nAO. o.t .10 p. m. r or Auuanriau, uwioion, aiooaton, i.uci ior Yard, Wentl.-erly and i"eno Haven Juno ion at 6.4;. 7.40. 0.Oaa. ln-nnrt IKK!! JtlOonrt M v. m. pot .1001109 vi ue, jLevuun ana usavoi lOAflow, 7.40, e.OS n. m. ttnd 6,36 p. ro, I'or Heraaton at .47 I' d"., 10.41a. m. & 10 And Vi p. m. Vor UftAle nt oot. Joddn, Urlfbsn and Free and at 5.47. 7.10. U.06. 10.41 a. m.. 1!UI2 s.10 and 5.SS n. m. ror nuaKaKo t B.47 rjia cos n. m,, end ic n. m nor v uttranc. Qiiberlon and ffiaorvllls .30 r.n 8 a m,, and 4.10 p. m, d Dfllano, aj, v.ui, xt.ti, it. m., iz. .ai 4ndl0J7n.m. V.10,5J,8,., j or uosi, vreeK. jiraruvms ana Asnisna 1.ST7 7C.S.aSL 10.15 n. m.. 1.03.1.40.4.10. nJK S.0C and U.14 p. m. H'or .UarRwnter, St. Otalr And PoXrsvlUe. 6.60 M0, Siia, 0.08, 10.41 A. m TiZiMO. 1.10, 6.26 o. ia. For HuoK Mountain, Mew noston And iloraiu 7.40. O.OS. 10.41 a. tt... 12JW. 3.10. S.yO and vOi v. m rot ctavse tvun, usuiraua, Ml. uarmoi ana -hirmkln, S.53, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.4t nd .08 p. in. Trains leave Shamokln lor Shenandoah, .to L' .56 s. Hi., 2.10. 40 and 6M p. m., arrlt lag tl. Sheuaodoah, 9.06 A. m., ia.32. 3.10, S.1M And 1.15 " Kijrliolly, Atidenrted, Silver Brook J"nc lion a" Hail Um 6. 17. 7 40, 0.08, aud 10.41 a, m.. 12 62. 5 10. 5.20 abd 8.D n. in. . rillJMUAlt i'lKVLPitJ. JPot fjoarl. Greek, Glrardvlllo and Ashland, 1.50, 'i.IO U.84B. m., X. p. ra. For DArkwater. l. Ulalr and Pottavllh, S M, 9 0 :. . m 2.45 p. m. tor Ystosvllle, MahauoyOity And Delonr', i.OO, 11.35 a, m 1,43, 4,0, .0B p, ro. For Lofty, Audeurled and llarletou", Ml i- m 1.40 p, m: For Jlauch Ohunk. Lehltrbtou, 81atlnloo, :alasauqna, Allcutotvu, Bethleliera, lSa-toi tnd New York, 8.00 a. rc., 1.40 p. ra. For Thliadelphla, 1.40 p. m 15 B. HYINOWN, , t4en'l re. At.. H4tib h w DO YOU WANT RELIEF? EROUT'S KHEUMATIC REMEDY Will jpromptly roHcto the nifnt die trewlng oswfl oV Acit 01 Cbrunlc Hlieu matlBia or Gout. By ftncMy olwerviog tliatHreaiona, It will cuibjti perman ontly ; . - Uullktt th fitiiDcrvUR nriRrfttlom thct fiood taecitontrr, ihli redlc(t)S fa appoolQo (brtha Trloas forma of HieonmUmi onlr, uid not io any Mfi a "curaU" on bottle nmtm & svitilhotorY 1uiDreik)B on ih Alpm. utid in ocaneetlrn with tho illl, cotivlnoe the nutlftrr that the pfijwr remedy bu beea found. Yoo re citrudvtir re qt?Ud to trit the lucrlu of KUOUl'8 ltULUlHATIO KEMilTiV, IU fmtuable proper Ilea oDdorwd by bucdredi of t tttokt flsiturlng tci lira nn lull. Only .cgetftbU lurcdinu, letntrkabl for their oorattvs rQwen, ate urtod io Ibe inatutaotiirp or KK OUT'S ElifaUMATTO HKWKUY. $1.00 ter BftttU. C HottlM, SO. CO. Pflta, . Sex. If your ttorkep'i do not Jteep It, send SI, to to Uia nuuuTaotcrWi ttnd rou will nxjeire ft bv naJI. ALIIKUX KltOUT, 3037 T.InrUet street, I'liHad'fl, Pa. People's Oyster Bay ! HOAX' BUILniNQ, rs K. Centre St., Sfeciifssnloali CH&S. 0. GUISE, Props. ltiw, Stewed, BoalloMd. F.innednr Fried to ord ir. Fain lies supplied at their hoaei w'tlt tne best oysters the amr -ei alloras. AH Orders Promptly Filled. JOHN COSLET'S Green Truck Stand ! Cor. Main aoit Oik Street. Fresli Oysters R9ceiv6d Daily. A dnellne of Cb.ilo? OltOUIClUKS JSuLc aud Ca dics. Poultry 0 all Kinds. Mr. CostM r'Oflvei! bin eioon truck dally iroin tbe clt mtr!i.t- whi. hlsa gu u-an e to bu im oiii-r-i Hiut'ei ll receive fresli H ind wb n liuvl k 'rorn li'iu, LEATHER and SHOE FHGI DP. J. CLBARY, Dealrr in all ktuds of Shoemakers' : 'Supplies ! Large and first .onus stock. All Demands of the Trade Suppliea 18 v. CRNTRIS PT., Fftvuson JI'mihp imllrllMi SHENANDOAH. PA. fl id. ilAM JiVPwN, M. " PHYSICIAN UNO SUMBiON. omoe-iM west Lloyd Htrc-et, Hhonandoab i X 1 HI ai .1 . i.. , iv '. AI I . 11. n Mays 1 iMJii bVfM!lt.vib' ,i - V ' ',RiT 1 ' "' 1 1 . ID. 2 "o i , i ' ' ' O' tir u,-'i , t-i t.iM I 'tl- , t 1 . ' n l. H-iV:3 ; , :i.(, m. f tad 11 8 1 i . i . . l 8'i n, i , ' 6, t.V) . . I . ii i . .S .-111 tut -n 1.1K U.SI n IrtAIN'J 'Mil' ,:t i-l'iovt, , ' New York i r-nllsln:;'i,i i ' -45 A. m.. 1.80, 4.Co, 7.:f) ta., 'i.. miij"y, ii.oo p. m. i.'.lfl u'.unt JjVO New York vlo Mmlrh t'hnnl- i deje, 4.80, 8.46 B.m,, 1.00 snt 8.45 p. m 'I.J , ( W II. III. v rnii'aoipmi, noiK aajs, t.w. n ').li a. iu. 4.00 end 6 0u p m., r-.i. , Ibui d a i Cnllowiull and (t.S6 a m. And H." p ru. ,om nth am .fen streets. 8uoiay B.Oj a. a. I i.io p. ta from fttn ni" Boutltm. wceic dsvh. i.J.. 7 tn. tw.ns nnn i sua. ro o.6j, 7.67 p, iu. sunflay ' .8:mi d in. is i. m. j "e IM'lsvuio, wie ORye, a.W, ', 40 c. m., 13 0, "11 p. m. Sunday, U.40, 7.00 h. d:. and Leave tV.Tsou. n:--'. ri-i. a.20. rprl 11 . ai.,l.VI, 7.13, p.n .U p. m. Kui'dui S,".0 '4 n. tcid2..V)r. tn. lieiro Manttnrr i.,l , ..ec'it rtnjo, " ie, 918 d I.i'r. m., 1 61, V t'Juid t.U p. ,i. tjan. viay 1.46A17 t. m., 4 i I r. m. Le ive lauanoy Fla p, week nav, i- 1,4 '10 6 w, '.S3 11.. i. m.,'.n5, A0. 5 20, 1. ", end 10 00 . m. annday 2.4 . tM. and t""7. t. in ii 37, 6.01 n. m. Libwo ub-ardv!lie (BannahauaocB -,:i tlon) ween iiire. 2.47 4. i(l , in. m.1 k41 a. . I 03. 9. i VK, O.fo. K.O'l ard 1 ).0B p. ti. lti.uiy, i',47, 4 07, i.SS a, m. 8.41, 5.0" p. rj. mve i.-iuiamBLon, wi.es onys. t..if.i,'i.nnii Il.of) . m, &M ana UM p. ra. lltunLny U.lo p. in. Esltlm.010, 'Wa&bingtpn nnd tht wcit vie 1 4 0. R. i:., tbrntura trains lc?.- CUa d Avenpe tUou, 1'hlladelpbla, (P. 1 ii. It. At 3.65 nnd 11.7 a. m S.iA. 6.'?. anfl 7 IB p. m. unnday, 8Ji5 E.02 11.27 a, m., 8.66 6 42 ndf lit m. XliAKI lO CITY IJIVIUlDH LeAve ItDuvIelphbt, Chestnnt Lient WUMt a al watk erof t Whaif TPct Atlnnttc r.ttv. Wcck.rtivB Klmsn.M) c. jr. S."0, 4, CO, , m. Aocommolitlon, f,00 i. m. U11U I VJ, Hiiodays. Siprcas, 0.90 t, in un ii 'on. S.'IB a. in.i,(l(J0 o. m. Am. VDUIUILIU,, lYU -I MIIVIU .1, ..C1.UI. A M ulo and A' .aoRai "'naei v.'r. i'.-a a fij:press(7.80, 9.0U c m r.nd 4 00, v. fi. An commo.tatto' 8.10 a. m. and 4.0p ,a. Plan day s -Kiprwf, 4 OO, p. i.i. Accon.i n:-li.Mon, 7.$9 B. m. and 4.33 p w. t). .. ftu Gen'! ."ksT Agt. V MOlil0O. Krop. ien't it.n OIHN3YLVANIi A. SOHl A RA1I.R0B. SOHllTIlljI. PIVIBION On. and afl'r Nnvcmlir 15, 18t, rrafn; vtp . leave Sncnu,ui mi uncl'ows e'or vi,t'i, vsiicuri, ju, ii,uctillls. Hi ''"no, Bt. Clair. "M v.ay points, 8,00,0.0, 11.15 , nunc! 4.15 pu: .iadavo.ti00. B.4"msns1.'0 n rorFottsvme, B.W, tl.lu, U.t5 a in end 4.15 V ffi. oonaayd. nw, v.V) a m ana iiau t m. For ReAdtue, 8.00 U ft 3 m r-d 4 15 pat Sundays. eOO, 9 M n . i-t . tad 8.10 r m . for Fottelown, I'uoenisville, I'oui'dTCTn -1 PhlUtolubia ilizoto. titiefct tU.li"..i. 6.C0. ll.na. in. and 4.11 p mwekdhys ..i.m Miui I, ill u m y ill n m 1 .alns leuve lira-itvtiK tor MltenjaCO .a Al tUOnniand 12 H.u.oi. 1 41. 10.03 p ra, bun- dtyi L.J8 r. lo. s.u . ,..J p m. tfWV Hi Villi- .1' lUMUlAl'U'J, XH.L W" ll,4i, am ' ' i, 7,15, ').U yr ru. ti'andr.io, lO.il 1.11 1 m. L ,ve.' lAteiputa (rji'ORQ 6'.oet ' ; oi 1 PrCl , - r.a ioJ bi r'.jdosh. i.i: . t-rr t. 0 1 7.00 i, id vr, v nayo. Bnua" (i.uO, ojid 1 m , ..ii-Ma'-tT n.'lr W.t.r. 4.49. .', 'j. ..'l.. 1.2B. ;as.t j.bi. iLt:..m,t ii.;.il.So j . uoun. (rtu-t.Jl 'l "ij.t.iJt, l.'ip -o.) VIA 1 "1 !.4X tin , 1 , 4, i.w-, 1 , n,mit,icc,iuiii .ia..iu 111. 12.t!l i-.nrut. Muu.lnvtf. X ' 1. 4fVt 4 40. ..W. .l '. t . R. 1185 -i 11 li'.44, l.'!!,'2.30, idv Ii 1 l 11 . 21 fi.r . .1 . j mi 1 Bunions 8 , 1 and 11.14 u. 111., 4.00 p m. weak d.va. F.eeboid omy 6X!) p m veek a-i - . i'or llMUiiiioifi ami v.'asiimeton 7"i. 9 10 and 11.18 1. n., 4 41. u 7,7.4up m a .d iv.t)i nli 11 daily ano. 881. 10.1 u i : t ..Ma express Willi dint it fir Ic Itoltlm re) 1 , 8. tC p. ra. wo ir tuys. l'o, u utiinorc uni: .ui wee 4 ttiyR. D.OH. 11 sn d. ij. aauv. tor itiohmand, 7 20 a. m. and 12.03 nlsht dnllv. 1 80 n in. jail' . exoont r;uo'i .v. rniiilMiilt.ir:.diiiN ,nr "V i.i n.,nr nnd ,i week d ivs. 1 n . 1 . , . n 11. ., , b j n..-Btf nli el(llnl' 'ardialen)l:it"i. 5.1inEti, liv. I w xnai r.v 1. sn. WMt u jo jhui ua. inui3av, tA3. 11 POSa. J.R.tt( 09. 11UU lUll'iUUUIl iUi:llls TIIIvA.TE BEE.BI?!0, ... .4. r . .j . 1 i,. . lt j A L l I . -l Wj'J'-' , V' W.i A. W. Leisennng, Pres., P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres., J. R. Leisennng, &u hter, V IV rtr. St., - r',,rf ,M rr ii'oi, yo:- 1 Open Dally Prann. 9 io 3. 3 PER GENT. INTERS IT! Palil on eHVura Depo hco. JOHN H. UVANB' SAL'JIM, A 1 E. OISNTHK 8T., BH ENAN DOAI FRESH BEER. PORTER, ALE. Finest brands of clears always on bn,i and tho wad robber was blown out of ra. ice nest icmpetauoe annus.