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ALLTHE NEWS FOR ONE CENT
WieliVr.XlXQ llMtALDhata larger cir
culation tn Shenandoah than any othtr pajier
ptiblUhed, llonkt open to all.
DAlI.Y.per year W 00
WKKKi.r, per year 1 80
Iinternl at the Postoffloe, at Bhenandoab, Pa.
fortransmliwilou thronuhtlie malls
b seeond nlass niBll matlT.
Figures Demonstmto tlio Popu
larity of the Bosort.
Auk. 20. Evangelical Lutheran Sunday
Auk. 27. YouriR Men's Democratic
Club, JJalianoy City
Oh, What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning? The Iedb1 per
lintis of lf Hire npi roHcli of 1 lint more ter
riiiin rtitrnvp. Crinminntlon. Ask yourselves
If you enn nllorcl for the safce of wiving 60
cm - Li tun the risk and do nolhlnsr for It.
Vckn w ticri expt rlenco that Billion's Cure
willtun- M.nr Cough. It nevir Hills. Tills
explm h why more llian a Milium Bottles
wuofo d the past year. It relieves Croup
and Whipping Cough at once. Mothers do
not be wtthoi t It. For Lame Bach, Side or
(.'best, lit Billion's Porous Plnsltr. fold by
l.l'. Ungenbuch, N. E. corner Main and
To be cooler.
Rooky Mountain Cure.
Tho drUKRists claim that pooplo call
daily for tho new euro for constipation and
tick headache, discovered by Dr. Silai
X.aiio whilo in the ltocky Mountains. It is
naid to bo Oregon grape root', (a great
remedy in tho far West for thoso com
plaints) combined with eiroplo herbs, and is
mado for use by pouring on belling water
to draw out tho strength. It sells nt CO
cents a package and is called Lane's
Hold It to tho Light.
Tho man who tells you confidoDtiallj
ust what will cure your cold is proscribing
Kemp's Balsam this ycir. In tho prep
aration of this romarkablo mcdicino for
coughs and colds no oxponso Is sparod to
combine only tho best and purest ingredi
onls. Hold a bottle of Kemp's Balsam to
tho light and look through it; notice the
bright, cloar look; then comparo with
othor remodios. Prico 60c. and Jl
Peaches are now on top.
New York. February 28. 1890
Alva's Brazilian Bpeclflc Co. Gentlemen:
1 take nlcn.ure-In certl vine to Ihecurolie
eclved through your medicine, t lie Cactus
lllood Cure. 1 have b.en a Hillcrer from
eruptions upon tho skin, eczema, etc., for
several yeais. During that time I was
treated by hcvcral skilled pluslclans In those
troubles ullhmt any benefit. Alior tuklng
two bottles I hut ot tlrely well, and heartily
recommend the mouiclne to nny tine Miner
luirirom like troubles. II. McKEON.
Bold at Klrlln's Drug Stoic,!1 ergutuu House
Tho knty-dlila nro
busy these even
Shlloh's Consumption Ouro.
Tins Is beyond queMlou the most unc
cesslul Couuh Medicine we have ever sold
a low doses Invariably cure the wot at cases of
Congb, froup, and llionchltlR, while Its won
derlu! t.ucces In the cure of Consumption u
without a parnlltl In the bIMory of medicine.
Brace It's first discovery it has been told on a
guarantee, a test which no other medicine
ennstand. Ji you have a L'uubIi neesmtsliy
ask you to try it. l'nce 10centt.,60cents,aud
J 1.10. If your Lungs are fore. I best or Back
lame, use Hhlloh's I'orous l'lahter. hold by
O. U. lliiKcnbuch, M. K. corner Main and
fair time 1b rapidly np-
How to Sucoood.
This Is the gteat problem of life which few
satiilurtorily solve, imjiiio lall because ol
poor health, others want ol luck, bin the
majority from tlcllolent grit want of nerve,
'J.'hty tire nervous, Irresolute, clinugenble,
easily get the blues slid "Utlte tho tplrits
down to keep the tptriis up," tliuswnBtlug
money, time, opnoituuity and nerve force.
There Is nothing like tlit-Meliorative Nervine,
dlsi-overed by the gieat siieclallst, Ur. Miles,
lo cute all nervous dueusuu, us henduche, the
blues, neivous piobtiutlun, sUenleMiies,
neuralgia, St. Vitus dance, nis, and hytteila.
Trial bottles nnd flue bonk of testimonials
tree at O. II. llugenbuch's drug btorc.
itro canvassing for the
A Fatal Mistake.
Physicians make no more fatal mistake
than when they Inform patients that nervous
heart troubles come fiom the stomach nnd
are of little rontequenco. JJr. Franklin
Miles, the noted Judiana hjfclullst, has
proven the contrary In his new book on
"Heart D.seaso," which may bo had lice nt
V, II. II igenbuch's dmn store who guarantee
ami recommends Dr. Miles uucqualedJfow
Heart Cure, which hat the largoslMileol any
licart remedy In the woild. It ctitet nervous
nnd orKantc heart dlsense, thort breath,
fluttering, pain or tendnneks In the side, arm
ii- shoulder, Irregular pulse hilutlnn.Rinolher-)u'-',
dtopsy, etc. Ills Kestoratlve Nervine
cures headache. Ills, etc.
publio tciiools ruojien
Mlleu' INorvo una Llvor Pllta
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver. Klomuch and bowels thtinuh the nerrei.
A new discovery. Ur. Miles' Illls speedily
cute blllousuoMi, bud taste, torpid liver, piles,
constipation, unequaled lor men, women,
children. Htnallut, in I Id est, surest I SldcwR,
SAcis, Haniples Vrm, nt O. It, llagubuelt's
Complotod to Deadwood.
Tlio Iiurllngton Itoute, O., 11. & Q. II, It.,
from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, la now
completed, and daily psMenger trains are
Tunning through Lincoln, Neb., and
Custer, H. D,, to Deadwood. Alto to Now
catto, Wyoming. Sleeping cars to Dead
Only think ; 30 pounds of blood per minute
thrown from heart ; 907 jards per mlnute,7 miles
IH-r hour, KIM miles x?r day. Is It wonderful that
man's excesses aiul follies wreck lives 7 The only
safety Is In pure blood, and tho only Infallible,
eafo purely vegetable blood purifier now known
is the Cactus lllood Cure. No rival, no mineral.
Do you sutler with Consumption, Coughs or
lAjiusT iuu ouii ue curcu it yuu taite ran
Tina Cough and Consumption Cure 25 and
60 cod U, Trial bottles tree at Klrlln's drug
THE PRESIDENT'S PLANS.
He Will Itctnrti to Capo May Point Satnr
tlny to Remain Three Weeks.
Washington, Aug. 25. It Is not likely
tlint tlio rieslclent will return hero lie
lore, the middle of September. Ills plan
when lie left Cnpe May looked to a return
to that point on Saturday next. .
There he will remain certainly for threo
wcoks. Ho expects Mrs. JtcKee and Mrs.
Harrison to return home about tho 4th
of September, and they will spend a few
days with the Presidential family. Airs.
Kussell Harrison and perhaps Mrs. Har
rison may then go to Omalin for a short
period to visit Senator Snunders, Mr.
Russell Harrison's father, whilo Mrs.
McKce will join her husband in Boston.
President Harrison hopes to get a
chance at some sport, as he lias been told
that there is line snipe shooting in Jer
sey. The White House is hardly in
condition to warrant a return for somo
BAY STATE PEOPLE'S PARTY.
Tho State Commlttcu Doclilo to Nominate
a Sllllo Ticket Thli Tall.
Boston, Aug. 25. The State Central
Committee of the People's Party met horo
and a thorough State organization wns
effected. (Jeorge F. Washburn, of Boston,
wns elected permauent chairmnn and V.
Gerry Drown permanent secretary. It
was voted to put a State ticket in the field
The platform endorses the action of tho
conference held at Cincinnati; demands
that Treasury notes lie Issued in sufficient
volume to transact tho business of tho
country on a cash basis; favors the es
tablishment of postHl savings banks; de
mands the enactment of laws which will
prevent tax dodging, and favors a gradu
ated tax upon Inheritances; favors gov
ernment ownership of all means of com
munication; advocates municipal coal
ynrds; demands that the importation,
manufacture and snlo of nil spirituous
liquors bo conducted by tlio government
or Stnte; declares in favor of the olght
hour day, and demands restrictive immi
gration. HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
Thero is no tonic for child-
ron equal to
s. s. s.
Send for our treatise on Mood sai
Swii'T Si'Eciyto Co.,
Ensllv. Oulcklv. Permnnentlv Restored
SVcfiknetn S'ervouneM, llcblllty. and fill
the train nf cvlla from (inrlv firrorsarlator oxcofPCS
tbo results of overwork, sickness, worry, etc. I'll
strength, development, nud tono piven to every
orcftii and portion of tho body, tilmplo, nntur&l
methods. Immediate Improvement seen. Failure
Impossible. 2,onu references. IJook, oxplanaUone
ad proofs mnllod (sealed) f reo. Address
ERIE MCOIOAL CO., UUFFALO, N. Y.
First National Banl
A. W. Leisennng, Pres., ,
P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres.,
J. R. Leisenrng, Cashier,
S. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier.
Open Dally From 9 to 3.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST I
l'nlel 011 Hnvlngs nepositH.
yyO GonuinoJij, J7
is and will ever be tho
rton. Tnflna-nza. BnckQOho,
-p-tfnn in thn Flldo. OhOSt P.ndl
Joints, Xleuralgia, Spraino, so
Boforo you aeed to lay, obtala
mr-PREr? OP CHARCEta
the valnaliis booki "Qnlde to Health," with I
QUaortttlueUlS ot promiuu i)ujrsiviaus
Frize Medals Awarded!
1 European nouioetEudolitadtiLondonA
vieaoa, rbu.?i wfi
Norsmbete. IConsteln, Lelptlo.
50 Cents a bottle, For Solo by
p. i. x. icxrtt,TN,
c. 11. iiACriaivnuoii,
and otber dnigsuti.
THE CHILIAN BATTLE
It Bngcd Hotly All Day at
Vina M Mar Beach.
BOTH SIDES FOUGHT BRAVELY.
Time After Timo tho Eebok Dashed
Against the Government Lines.
tVlten Morning- Uroko n ring- of Truce
VTu Kent Out Until Armies Besting for
tho l'liial Struggle gcoutltiR Parties
Scouring tho Country fur Huppllcs Tho
ltobol Genornl's New Scheme.
VAU'AnAiso, Chill, via Oalveston, Tex.,
Aug. 2-1. Darkness stopped the battlo nt
Vina del Mar Beach, opposite this city,
which raged hotly nil day yestesday, bo
fore any decisive result was readied, and,
like tired gladiators, tho contesting armies
got themselves In tho best possible condi
tion for the final bout which must soon
decide the mastery of Chill.
Balmaceda's line of defenco was strongly
fortified, and wns under tlio range of the
guns from Fort Cnllao. While many of
his troops wero raw recruits, thero was a
good leaven of veterans among them.
Time after time the rebels dashed against
tho lines of tho government troops, only
to bo repulsed with great bloodshed. They
were not the only sufferers, however, r
their artillery played with telling efleet
on tho enemy, and their lifles were not
usoloss In their hands.
Attack and repulse wero repeated timo
after time, with no decided advantage to
either side. The most desperate valor
was displayed by veteran and recruit,
Balmacedlst and revolutionist.
There was llttlo regret on cither side
when darkness camo down and stopped
tho bloody work.
Under tho cover of a flag of truco the
ambulance and hospital corps of tho op
posing armies wero busy during the night
searching the field for tho Wounded and
caring for them.
When morning broke It wns expected
tho fight would bo resumed. Both armies
had suffered, severely, however, and
neither appeared to bo in a position to
assume thejj offensive, and practical truco
with no fighting has been the rosult.
Neither side has been idle, however, dur
ing tho day. Scouting parties from the
insurgent armies have been scouring tho
country for supplies, and one of them cut
the railroad to Snntiago at Salto.
It is generally believed that General
Canto, the general commanding the rebels,
will attempt a flunk movement when ho
resumes operations, and this tho lialnin
cedlsts are doing everything in their power
lngllshmeil Side AVlth tho Insurgents.
London, Aug. 23. Great interest is
felt hero in the pending struggle in Chill,
as it is bolievod that tho encounter be
tween the two contending parties near
Valparaiso must lead to a speedy end of
tho contest. The English interests in
nitrato, of which Col. North is the chief
representative, aro nnd liavo been all
nlong friendly to tho insurgents, and It is
belloved that it was through their agency
that tho insurgents received their arras
which enabled them to makotl.eirprcsent
nttnek upon the centre of Chilian terri
tory. English sympathy with the insur
gent cause is general and outspoken, nnd
Iialmaceda is denounced as a despot and
THE KAISER ALARMED.
XIo Is Strcngthcninc; the Garrison In Al-
BEnLlN.Aug. 33. Orders havo been is
sued to strengthen the garrison in Alsnco
Loralne and all along tho eastern frontier.
Tho Kaiser is said, on semi-official au
thority, to bo of the opinion that France
is in a frame of mind that might lend nt
nny moment to war; that tlio peoplo of
Franco havo been so stirred up by the
evidence of Itussian sympathy and friend
ship that they are likely nt any moment
to insult Germany in a way that would
of nocessity lie followed by war.
Tho French sentinels on tho Alsaco
frontier have of late becomo very arro
gant In their treatment of Germans who
cross tho line, and refuse sometimes even
to look nt passports, driving the Germans
back at tlni point of the bayonet. A
similar disposition has displayed itself re
cently among the French customs oillcers,
nnd all tho conduct of tho French points
to a willingness to provoke n crisis by
tho maltreatment of Gorman subjects.
As for the Kaiser, it is snid he would
Moncr fight whilo Lord Salisbury is in
power in England, ns ho feols he has noth
ing to hope for from a Liberal Cabinet.
The Koln Gazette's correspondent nt
St. Petersburg has just sent word that
the Czarina has Influenced the Czar in tho
direction of establishing friendly relations
with tho government of France, nnd that
the Hiihsinn nmbnssador at Paris, Uaron
von Morenheim, has obtained from that
government- an assurance that should
ermany bo defoated in war by France
nnd Itussla, Schloswig will bo returned to
I'ulsoned Ills Wife.
Buffalo, X. Y., Aug. 85. Howard D.
Earle attempted to kill his wife during
the day by giving her a dose of laudanum.
The woman relieved herself of the dose.
whereupon tho husband forced her to take
a larger ilose mul Jolt Her to ulo. Neigh
bors discovered her condition nnd physl
clans who were summoned resuscitated
her and sent hor to tho hospital. Earlo
Another Chinese Outbreak ICxpectaxl,
San Francisco, Cel., Aug, 25. Accord
ing to ndviees by the steamer City of Itio
do Juneiro, whloh has just arrived from
Hong Kong, via Yolymnmn, the war spirit
is still rampant in China. While very
few actual outrages have occurred slnco
the arrival of tlio last China steamer, tho
foreign population of Shanghai expect au
Horribly Mangled by a Train.
PERnv. N. Y., Aug. 85. J. C. Herrlck,
a jowelcr of Nunda, N. Y., aged 85 years,
while walking on the trade between fall.
vcr Lake nnd Perry during tho morning
was struck by a freight train and instantly
killed. He was horribly mutilated, Ho
was spending the summer with his family
at silver Lake.
Damage by a Cloudburst.
Oahlislk, Pa., Aug. 85. A cloudburst
occurred near Uillsuurg last evening, do
ing considerable damage to property and
crops. It is reported that several wash
suts have occurred on the Dlllsburg 8a
Mecnanjcsburg itauroad, blocking travel.
Death of If on. John Pnvo.
MoNTPnuun, A"t., Aug. 25. Hon. John
Page died here at evening. Mr. Page
was State Treasurer from 1886 to 1882,
and had lioen for thirty-five years presi
dent of the Vermont Bible Society an
president of the First National Bank fo.
An l!ngllli Church ScIUmii.
London, Aug. 23. Rumor has it that
the Bishop of LiuoLi. who was tiled by
the Privy Council fo.- riu.u! hrtio practices,
intends to start a new Church should the
verdict go against him.
Itonl ;stat Ualcr Ai-roatfMt for Forarvry.
KichsionI), Tft., Au 25. W. E. Da
Child, a promin nt d-al.r in real estate,
has lieen arresteil on a churge of forging
notes for $1,700 on J. L. LuU-ig, of Pitts
-more than over when
is "bad." It makes
in a cemgh
tliincs easy for Consumption. But
there's a cure for it in Dr. Pierce's j
Golden Medical Discovery. A posi
tivo euro not only for Weak
Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bron
chitis, Asthma and all lingering
Coughs, but for Consumption itself
in all its earlier stages. It's rea
sonable. All these diseases depend
on tainted blood. Consumption is
simply Lung-scrofula. And for
every form of scrofula and blood
taint, tho "Discovery" is a certain
remedy. It's so certain, that its
makers guarantee it to benefit or
cure, in every case, or tho money is
refunded. With a medicine that is
certain, this can bo done.
There's a cure for Catarrh, too,
no matter what you'vo been led to
bcliove. If there isn't, in your case,
you'll get $500 cash. It's a bona
lido offer that's mado by tho pro
prietors of Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Jtemedy. There's risk in it, to bo
sure, but they aro willing to take
the risk you ought to bo glad
lo take tho medicine.
Bank Counters, Tyler System, Port
amo, unoquaioti in styles,
Cost nnd Finish.
160 r-a?o Catalogue of Couutm, 1'c.Vs etc., lilaitrated la
Culors, Pooh. I'rrft Foitaiie ISCtnti.
Also Tyler's icoyni
Office Denks and Tyie
wrlter Cabinets. l!(lll
Ntyles. Kent nnd cheap
est on earth, Kith great
rcaiiciion in prices.
ISO tuts cituluBiie Free.
rn.lage 18 eta. Full Ilaea of
Ile.Va, Chain, Taklea, nook
Ca.ea, Cablueta, Letel Blank
lamnria, ie, m.iji in Biota,
Sn.el.l wfirb mado to nror.
TTl.i;il IIKSIC CO., 81.1.01110,310., VT.H. A,
KQQ Morth Fourth St.,
UOD l.rtt-n, pHILaDBLhUU,
tie ti It fenulQn OfTnittt A merle tn
BpecUlUt d the tulwd BtU ho U
able to euro Blood Poison
Norvoua Debility na Spe
cial Dloeaeeo ih sex,
tttta DlKtUM. ltdbpouPalmlDthi
Biotcbut. Plmplei, Fruptton, toft or
hrd Lloeri, Swelling, Irritation,
InHmnniatloni an J Ronntogi,
Euioiuru. WfakneH aol Early
detjaT. lwt memorr, wak back, mental anile.?, Klioy ana
Hla-Mer auJ all Dtwasw rwuuiDK mm r;7.
Intlacr.fitm or Or-rworll. ItMrnt eaM urd ,n 4 to 10 tiaa,
it.i.... Ti,..tnt n-.v v..n. s i..mltal Plivtlrlan baa f at led.
Dr. THEEL curei poffltlvely ni ttbool deuntlcn trcm
bnilOMI. OtD, TOC, MIPRLB AO KD NO THOal ColfTIMl'taTII")
uiaattnt rbh or pir, a.'iirl :o Wmp for bOOU
"TRUTH" i!"-iii Quaoaa mulrr iworn tMtlnwulaU.
II "if 'rJJilT trm 9 toS, Ktm 6 W 9, Wed, and 8t
Zr'g to 10. Bandar fl Ull 1J. Wrlto or can ann m max.
Tur RahruwH Weda. -4 Saturdaj Pbll. dally Time
Or tlio 11 1 ii or Iliil.il, I'oalili t'ly Curv
bj'UUmliilNlorliiff Ir. llulmV
It im manufactured as a nowder. whioh can hm trio An
m n Kiaas oi woer. a gup oi coneo or iua, or in looc
without th knnwfioiliTA nf thn ruittant It in nHAnlntatl
harmleaa. aud will offoot a permauant and peedy
eura.nvhfithor the n&itciit la a modat-ata drlnlcnr nf
An alooholtu wrsek It baa butm given In thousand!
oi Doaea, ana in overy laaiaurw a parieoi our naa 101
lowed. It ii ere i Fail, Theayatetn once iinprescab
eawttn tna opeoiKc n beooroeaftU u't-tarlmpOMibiUty
46 paao book of parttoulars'fte To bo bad
C. H- fAGE KEUFH, Drtctiltl, Ehtnntdoah
WATER OF LIFE.
Anettly discovered J1INKKAI. WATER,
ice uteot wuun win mppiy tnponani eit
lneniR rtrcssMV to licultb. It will cure lh
Kldueys, Liver, Htomticb, and all Bnweland
Dlttldtr tilseases. It vllldlwohe calculi and
riiiiovo Hull). It removes the uric scid from
the blood and tlms destroys Malaria and
I hills. It cures UrlKbt's dl.rase, and Is is.
ifclally recommended for people nd anrod Id
life, and for eeneral debility. Kor undoubted
proofs ol tills .end lor r-nmiililet giving: rail
parllculars.toJ.lt. I'KHHY, Water ol Ule
Co., 81 f outn Main nt wuues-tiarre fa.
FIRE INSURANCE I
lnjtil tii Clrlest Billttlt Ftitlj tu. Ciouili
120 8, Jardln Street
From Simple Plmplcn to ohntlnntc ZlCZV.SIAt
nlHO IXCIIIJSO pilub.
rtPS"? r?r"Hl"f for ICIlclten and Oleic.
XSooiu," a handy book for tlio household. FKEE.
CACTUS BLOOD CUHE.
Purifies tbo blood, tones up
the system, gives an appetite.
Cures dyspepsia, constipa
tion, sick headache. Regulates
the liA'er nnd kidneys, and bo
sides cures all blood and skin
disuascs, whether manifested
only by common pimples, or
eczema, or by ulcers, abscesses,
and the more violent effects of
scrofula and blood poison.
Is perfectly harmless and
Sold al Klrlln's Drug Store,
Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa.
Your trade Is what we
This la how we propose
to get it.
By Belling you n flrst
cIcbs article ; by Belllugyou
for less than others; by
EelHiig you furniture, an
orgnn, a piano, a ewlng
machine or anything else
in the line of household
We have a large anil va
ried stock to select from.
No trouble to show goods.
Call, exumlno nnd be
THE OLD RELIABLE,
Soutli main St.,
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
ABRANC.EHF.NT OF PABSEKQKR TRAINS.
-MAY 10. 1801.-
l'assencer trains will leave bheiandoah for
sauquu, Allen'own, Bctbletacm, Kastou, I'll II
udelphla and New York at 6.47, 7.40, 9.08 a.m.,
LZJtt. tt.lU. O.t't V. 1U.
Fur lielvldere. Delaware Wnter Gan and
airuuusuurg; ut o.i., u. m., ana 0.211 p. nt.
l-'or WUltelIav6n, Wllkes-llarr'e and i'ltta
luii ihti, o.yjo, ai.A n uj., o.iu uuu uu in,
lorxun&lianuock, 10,41 a. in., 3.10 and 5.20
For Auburn. Ithaca. Geneva and and Lyons
iu.-u a. iu uuu o.m p. m.
l-or Utcej vine, Towanda. bayre, Waverly,
i.uuiita, iwiirrici, jiuuaiu, l.ii.aita fait,,
flilcago and all points West at 10.41 a. m.,and
5.2 p. m.
For J- Imlra and the West via balamanca at
v or Auaenriea. unziemn. utockton. Ltim
her Y'nid. Wealkerls and Penn Haven Juno
Slouat6.4,7.40, 9.08a. m.and 12.52, 3.10 and
tor Jeanosvllle, Levlston and Beavei
.Meadow, 7. iu, u.osa. m. and 5,20 p. m.
For bcrauton at 5.47 9.08, 10.41a. in. 3.10 an
5:28 p. in.
r-or jiax o nrooE. jeono. uritton nnd in-eo
land at 5.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41 a. m.. 122 8.10 and
6.20 n. m.
For Unakake at 5.47 and 9.08 a. m., and
d.lU p. Ul.
tor muslins, uimerion ana FracKvme at
o.ou ano ti.ua a m., nua i.iu p. ra.
For Yatesvllle, Malianoy Cttr and Delano
5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, 10,68 a. m.,122,3.10,5.20, 8,03,
If. ' KtlU IV.it l. Ul.
tor iosi L.reeK, jiraraviue and Asmand
1.27. 7.40. 8.52. 10.15 a. m.. 1.00. 1.40. 4.10. 6.S5
8.10 aud 9.14 p. m.
Kor Dnrkwater. St. Clair and Pottsvllle.
7.40, 9.08, 10.58 a.m., lZbS, 3.10, 4.10, 6.20 and 8.02
or nncK mountain, Xaew lioston and
Morea. 7.40. 9.08. 10.53 a. n... 12.52. 8.10. 6.28 and
8.03 1). ra.
For Haven Kun, Centralia, Mt. Carmel and
suauiuKiu, o.xe, uuu ju.id a. m., i.vi, i.H
KUU D.UV P Ul.
Trains leave Bbamokln for Hhensnrtnita
i.x ii.oa a. m., ixu and 9.30 p. ra., arrlviu
at Hbenandoan, 9.05 a. in., 12.52, 8.10, 6.20 am
ll.JO p. Ul.
For Iost Creek. Ulrardvllle and Ashland
6.50, 9.10 11.35 a.m., 2.45 p. m.
For Darkwater, bt. Clair and Pottsvllle,
5.50, 8.00, 90 R . m., 2.45 p. m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano,
4.00, 11.36 a. in., 1.40, 4.40, 6.03 n. m.
i-ot umy, Auueuriea ana uazteton, b.u
tn., 1.40 p. m:
Kor Munch Chunk. Lehlehton. Blatlnrton
ratatauqua, Allentown, liethleliem, Knstoi
uii u now iurs, eAvs, iu., i,su p. ja.
For Philadelphia, 1.40 p. ra.
K. B. BYINGTON.
Uen'l Pats. AkU, Bethlehem.
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IN TOE DAMS
Belonging to the
Shenandoah Water Company,
and oil parties caught violating this notice
n in do
Frosccutcd us Trespassers,
By order of
11 AFTER I0II!
hiladelphia and Beading ilailroad
Time Table in effect Julu 10, 181)1
RUINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS
Kor New York vin Fhlladfitphm, week auys.
York, via Munch Olinnlr. utaaV rtoco s
. n.Jn-niiti iii.S5nnd2.tO.rQ.
anaar, 2.10 and 7.18 a.m., M0 p7m. y
i nns m ure' weelt att' lo,7.ao a. m
nor Alleatown, weelt dajs, 7.20 i. m. 12.3B
''or rottsvir.4, week days, 2.1o,7.vn ,n..
2.3". Zi 8Dfl5jip.ni. aunJay, 2l6na73
i. w . 80 n. m.
for 'i-Btnaqua and Mahanny city, weo
lays, 2.10, 6M, 7.20, e m., 12 35 2.10 and 6M
n. m. Mnndnv. 2.10 and 7.iHn. m.. Jan., ,
Additional lor Mahanoy City, weeh days 7.00)
ror lancnster and Columbia, vfoek days.
20 it. m.,2.t0p. in.
For VVHIlamsiwrt, Hunouryand Lewlsburu.
week days. 8.21, 7.2(1 and 1180 a. m., 1,35, 7.00
. bi. mmuHy d.ao h. m , 3.U0 p. m.
for Mahanoy flane, ween days, 2.10 8.25.
76, 7.70 nnd 11.30 a. m 12.KS, 1.35. a.60, 5.66,
.00 ano - tn. Bunday, 2 10. 3.2S and 7.1S
in. y.uo, 4.u n. m.
10. i 2 . 7.4S H. m.. S OS. 4.30 n. in.
or Ashland and BUhuiokIu, week days,
2"), 5.25, 7.2li, 11.81 a. m., 1.80, 7.00 and 9,96
: ra. bunday d.25, 8 82 a. tu., 3.05 p. m.
TitAINS FOK attENAjSDOAll l
Jjfcnvo JSew York via i'hilaneinhin. vrov
4ays,7.46 a. ru., 1.80, 4.00, 7.80 p. in., 12.1S
lgni. unaay, (j.oo p. m 12.15 nlgnt.
hWVO HOW York via Unnch C-liiinlr. Raato
days, 4.30. 8.45 a. m., 1.00 and 1.0J p. m.
l-eavo Pbilsdelnlila. wn.R ilnvu. a in r.-nn
10.00 a. m. 4.00 and 6.00 p. m., m Broad
nd CallowbiU and 8.35 a. m.and 11.80 p. in.
from 9th an urtuu (streets. Bunday 0.05 a.
m. 11.10 p. m. from dtn u u-u.
ieuve iiaiut., week days, 1 35. 7.10, 10.CB
na 11.50 a. ru., 5.S6, 77 p, m. bunday 1,35 and
l'i.4 a. m.
i.eave I'oitsvllle, week days, 9.40, 7.40 a. m
:iH0, (ill p, m. Hunday, 2.40, 7.00a. m. ana
i.ua n m.
ivexumaina. week days, 8.20, 8.48 and
2 1 a. m.. 1.21. 7.13. and U.tS n. in. Hurninv : '.n
43 . m.and 2.50 p. m.
and 11.4 m 1.61, 7.42 and 0,41 p.m. bun.
o.-iu,o.a, ju,, o.d, i, ill.
uwive mauanoy l-jsne, weeK nays, a-4J, 4.to
,80, Wi, ll.'.fl a. m.,1.05, 2.C0. 5 20, 0 20, 7.57, and
"v m. buudayZ4., 1.00, and 8.17, a.m.
37, 5.01, p. m.
iMtve Glrurdvillc (Knonahaunock Htatlnna
week: days, 2.47. 4.07, B.30, and 9.41 a. m 12.05,
, i, 0.04, o.uo .uu ii. su. ounaay, ,47,
0 , b 33 a. m. 8.4J, 6.1.7 p. m.
ijeftve WllUamsnun. wiie: davs. S.nn.0.4ariiv
U.65a. m. 3.S5 aud 11.15 p. m. Sunday 11.15
For Baltimore. Washlncton and tbo went
via B. A: O. It. K.. throueb trains leave Glrard
venue station, t'lilladelphla, (P. te K. B. It.)
at 4.16, 801 nnd 11.27 a. m 1.31, 4.21, 6.55 un,
y, in, oiinuay, s.io a, in,, t.vf
.55 and 7.2.1 p, m.
AlljAflXlUUO t JUiVlBlOJN,
Leave VblladelDbla. Chestnut Hlreet Wharl
and uoutn btreet Wharf.
for Atlantic Citv.
WeeklovB Exnress. 5.15. 8 00. fl:nn. 10.4S
m. and 1 1" (Haturdavs oulv. 1.301. 2.1U. 3.0O.
3.30, i.i ' , 5 00, (1.00 p. i. Aocotupaodatloa, 7 49
an". cixnress. 5 15. 7.00. 7.80. 8.00. 8 30-
9.00, 0.S0 a, ill. and 4 30 p. m. A&ouiiuu.uuun
8.00 a. m.and 4.43 u.
jcveinruius, leave auhiiuo vuy, uepoi corner
41 antic and Arkansas avnmipf:. WKFlrifi.v!
Express, 7.tX), 7.30, 8 00, 0.00, 10.00 a. m. and 3 15
.iv, o.vj. o.oi', .ou, v tiu p. in. Accommouaiion
.00.8.10a.m. and 4.M)n m. bundavs-Kx-
press, 3 30, 4.00, 6 00, 6 00, 6-SO, 7-00, 7.80 8.00, 9.30
p. m. Accommodation, 7.30 a. m., 6.05 p. m.
. A. MatiKOU. I'ren. A tien'l Manscer.
Onand alter Nov. 24, 18H, (t-oin will lean
amnaiiaoan at louowt:
4.V.. U'lmran f3lll.cv..n l,M.Vllt. Vn
Castle, Ut. Clair, and way points, 6.00, 9.10
IU UUU v ui.
nunuays, buu, v.iua m anas.iup m.
For Pottsvllle, 6.00, 9.10 a m and 4.15 p m.
Bunday s, COO, 9.40 a m and 3,10 p m.
For Keadlug, 6.00, 9.10 a ii and 4.15 pm,
Bnndays, too, 9.40 a. m. and 8.10 p m.
For Pottstown. Phoenixville. Norrlstown
ind Philadelphia (Bread street station), 6.00.
3,10 am. and 4.15 p m weekdays
liunaayB, ouu, uau a m a.iu p m
Trains leave FrsekvlUe lor bhenandoah al
10.40 am and 12.14, 7.42,10,09 pm. bnndays,
U.18 a m and 6.0 p m.
lieave rousvuie ior anenanaoan, lo.taana
U.48. a m 7.15. 9.42 u m. bnndays. 10.40 a ra
5.16 p m.
iicave r-niiaueinnia (uroaa sireei Htauoni,
for Pottsvllle aud Bhenandoah. 188.8.131.52 a lit
2.10, 4.10 and 7.01) p in week days, bunday 9.23
am and 1.10 p.m.
KOr WlOrSC, il.-AI, 4.U0, 1.40. 5.S5, 0.50, 7.30.
S.20b.8l J.60, .0fle.;rll.l5am.l2.00noon,(llm,
Ited express, 1.06 and 4.50 p m.) 12.44, 1.40, 2.30',
4, 6, 6,..d0, 0,50 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 p in, 12.01
On BnndayB, S.20, 4.05, 4.40, 5.3-5, 8.12, 8.80, 9.50,
a tn. and 12.49. 3.20 (limited 4.601. 5.28. B.tfl. 6.66
7.13 8.12 p m and 12.01 night.
ror uea unx, nprinK iiiute, iieunar.
jcean Orove. Ashury Park, and Lone Branohi
8.20, 11,15, a. in. 4.00 p. m. week davr h'ox
eTeeuom, o.v p. m. weeK nays.
Haitinor" and Wasntmiton. 3.50. 7.20. 8.31
9 10, 10.20, U.18 a m, 12,v5 (limited oipress) S.4e
t.ti o.t anr..tu p. m., ana iz.u) mgni. 1 07
BJtluor nly, 2.02, 4.1 1, 6 08 and li.30 p. m.
On Hundays, 3.50, 7.20, 0.Hiund 11.18 a. m. 4.41
1.57, 7.40 p oj. 12.03 night. Ball'-nora only
anu ju.su p ul.
'or Klciiraorid and the booth 7.2011.18 a. ra..
rLlmlted Kzprtes 12.85 p. m..)12.03 mght,week
aays. r?unuai)u, 4.M&. u, x.iu uigni.
'('rains leave llarrleburi; lor Pltusourtc and,
the west every day at 12.25 and 8.1U a m and)
8.00 (limited) and 8.40 p ni. Way for Altoona,
i.jo a m ana i.iv p iu every aay.
For Pittsbure only, 11.20 u m dally and 10.2O
m woeE days.
L,eave Bnnbur' tor VVUllamsport, Elmlra,
Oana adalgua, Kochester, Bu flalo and .Niagara
saitSj o.iu a m uany, and i.w pia wee& auys.
For V7atklns, 6.30 p m week days.
Kor tCrle aud Intermediate points. 5.10 a m..
dally. For Liock Haven, 5.1o, and 9.53 a ra.
dally, 1.M and 6.30 p. m. week days. For
nenova o.iu a ui i.u sua o,tM p m weom nays.
MO a. ui Sunrt.iyu.
UiAB. F. PUU. J. It. WOOD,
Gen Mnn'v 4sn. Ps. iVat,
ITy-ILiMINaTON & NOHTIIEKN It. K.
jtmeiaoie m rueci way, it, i&vi.
Trains leave Beading (P. & 11. station) ol
Gibraltar, beyfert, Blraeboro, Joanna, bprlng
Beld, Wuynesburc Junction, Coatesvllle.WesI
Chester.Cbadsfora Junction, B, A O. Junction,
Wllmlntrton and lnlermedlale stations. dallv
except bunday, at 6.25 and 8.S0 a.m. and 3.15
p. m, rnnaay only at a.uo p. tn.
For Warwick, bt. Peters and Intermediate)
statlons.dally except Him day, at 9.20 a.m., and
6.19 p. in. bunday only 8.16 a. ra.
For Blrdsbnro and Intermediate stations.
Saturday only, at 12 m. Ea
f or i.iuuniore anu wasntngton m. a: u, n.
It.) dally excent Bunday at 6.25 and 8..'K) a. In.
and 8.15 p. ra. Bunday only at 3.05 p. ra.
xrains arrive ai iieaaniE ti'. a it. station;
Irom Wilmington, II. & O. Junction, Mont
chunln, ChadUslord Junction, West Chester.
Iennpe, Coatesville, Waynesburg Junction.
bprlngneld,Joanna,Blrdsboro, Gibraltar, Bey.
fertand Intermediate statlons.dally except
bunday at 10.20 a. m. 5,62 aud 8,17 p. in. buu
day only at 11.24 a. ra.
From Bt. Peters, Warwick and Intermediate
stations, dally except Bunday, at 8.23 a. m.
and 2.25 p.m. Bunday only at 6 p. m.
From Blrdsboro and Intermediate stations.
Baturday only at 1.40 p. m.
From Washington and Baltimore, dally ex.
cept Hunday, 10 20 a. m. 6.62 and 8.17 p. m.
Bunday only t 11.24 a. m.
hOWNEHH BBIGGS, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
II u I I UIILI Hupture by Dr. J. B.
M AYE II, 831 Arch Bt.. Pblla. Thomas II.
Hurtling, New ltlnggold, Pa. I.Pnndt, bouth
Easton, Pa Ii. P. ,s O. A. Deturck, Olcy, Pa
It. G, Blauley, 424 Bpruco Bt., Lebanon, Pa., A.
Schneider, liocust Iiale, Pa.,D, B. joll,L,lme
klm, Pa., Wm, E. Ilurif nsllne, Phoenixville,
Pa., W. M. Lelnbach, 624 Washington bt..
Beading, Pa., J. O. Lyme, 1310 W. Howard Bt.,
llarrlsburcr. I'a.. ft. Ke-flin. DnnDtnsRvllln. fa.
, iiA xj--.it is ui jiuiei i ena, xveaaiug, l'a.,
the 2nd baturday of each month. Call to
JJ P. B RICHER, M. D.,
PHY&I0IAN 4ND SUXGJUON,
Sol B East Centre Blreets MsUanoy Clty.Pa
Ukln and all sseclal, dlseaucs a special ty,