What currency was used in Lithuania in the late 19th century?
Lithuania had lost its independence in 1795 with most of its territory being taken by Russia. It remained under Russian domination until World War I, so in the late 19th century its currency would have been the Russian ruble.
2 hours. However, that would not have taken you very far into Germany. Lithuania and Germany (Ostrpreussen) bordered each other in the 19th century, so depending where you were in Lithuania - it could take as little as 5 minutes. The district of Klaipeda (previously Memel) in Lithuania was part of Germany in the 19th century, as was the area round Tilsit.