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i:vu llimilltiiu'd Debut on Hie SttiK".
UoontoN. N. J., Sep. 2. Mrs. Eva
Mann, or Mrs. Hobert May Hamilton.
fche prefers to call herself, iniulelur debut
on tho theatrical Rtnj,i- here last nilit.
Hit posters state that "Mrs. Hobert Kay
Hamilton, the most famous woman In the
world, will itnm-ar In a play entitled 'Ail
a Mistake. " Tin- audience did not gtei t
her with any applause at her enttaiKr
upon the stage. She failed to rise to the
requirements of the emotional scenes and
the pluy asu wnoie run nai.
A Deep Scheme.
Tourlst-Thut Is an odd setting for a
photograph gallery a gaunt oak Umb
with a dmiKllntf noose mid a background
of a howling mob.
Oklahoma Photographer That's n lit
tle Invention of my own. Lots of now
comers from tho east have their pic
tures taken witli that nooso around
their necks, to send back whoro thoy
canio from. It is choaper than paying
their debts and easier than gottlng a di
Miss IUrdlo llcainnls complains of
Sicadacho. Ilcr llttlp sister Molllo has
toothache Miss IUrdlo says;
"Molly, you must have that tooth
pulled If it achos. It is hollow InRido."
' "Sister lJirdio, don't your head ocho?"
you must havo your head
It's hollow inside." Texas
ACCUSED OF IRREGULARITIES
An HiTort to Itemovo Philadelphia's 3Icr
PuiuvoEM-niA, Sep. 3. -City Treasurer
W. E. Wright ha forwardod a lettor to
Auditor-General McCamnnt, asking tliat
ho Join witli him In the dismissal of Mer
cantile Appraisers Edward N. I'atton,
Albert Crawford. Samuel V. Houseman,
llarrv Hunter and James Jf. Doll, consti
tuting the present llosrd of Mercantile
Appraisers for tho Ulty anu wouniy oi
Philadelphia, and makes tho following
charges agnlnst therui
1 That the appraisers nave roguiariy
and deliberately, fur the purposo oi uo-
franding the Stato, assessed uciuious
persons and those from whom uo pay
ment of mercantile taxes was or could bo
2- -That they have regularly exempted
from the payment of tho tax those who
were subject to and perfectly able to
3 That they have grossly underrated
many hundreds of prominent merchants
and dealers for purposes beet known to
1 That they sent out notices of assess
ment placing certain taxpayers in a high
class, while they have returned them to
this department as assessed In a lower
class, thus enablinn third parties to col
lect from the taxpayers the larger sum
while tho smaller amount only was paid
into the treasury and tho State was de
frauded of the difference. .
5 That their plan as to reduction and
exception has been a systematic scheme
of swindling, which has resulted invana-
bly In oppression to the cltUen, in loss to
the State and in demoralization to tho
Tho Union I'nclOo Humor.
New Youk. Sou. 2. Speaking of cer
tain rumors regarding changes in the
Union Pacific managment, a prominent
stockholder said to-days "1 havo not heard
that Gould. Saeo or 1) lion havo som any
of their Uuion Pacific holdings as is re
ported. They are ail heavy subset lbers
to the debt certificates and it would bo
hardly likely for them to sell out at this
time. Upwards of three-quarters or tno
iloht certificates are now placed and tho
amount 1b beintt steadily increused. I do
not know whether Mr. Dillon is going to
resign or not."
AU tho Kiutcrn Clubs lloaton
Chlcairo 0 0 0 0 0 2 1
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Ilstterles -Vickery and Bohrlvers J, Ewlng
PttUbunr 0 3000010 0-8
Philadelphia 0 0000001 3-4
Dnttcrlos-llaldwln and Miller; Esper and
CLEAIl TIIIJ rOMPIilSXION,
MlIGIITIiK TIIK KYKS,
SWEHTItN THR UTtliATn,
TONE THE RTfmnriT.
xartjat51Biei nEOULATE THE T.IVEIt AND lowiw.
tnd 1IU1I.D UP THE WHOLE HYSTH1I Til PKUIfP.rT irr!t.Ttf
cffw"rcoZaVonM0 Hoof Ian Podophyllin Pills
Cincinnati 0 0
noiton 0 0
llattorlos-Hhluos and Harrington! ClarKson
Clrvelnnd 0 00. 1 3000 1 7
Urooklrn 0 uuduouih .
Iliittorles-Younjr and Zlmmcr. Carrutuers
National I.cubuo Record.
.-.... tl-. r,t tvt nil!,. irnn. Tsui, fit
rhlnavn 07 41 .njO nmnkln.47 57
Hostou .ooj wovei.inii.ou w
Now Vork.55 44 .560 Mttfburir.14 03 .411
l'hl.a'tihla.55 60 Mi ClnotnuatUJ 0J .404
Jones wns greatly annoyed by a beg
par who had followed him for somo distance.
"Only a nickel, sir. I haven't had a
mouthful slnco yesterday.
"What's tho use, my good fellow?"
enanncd out Jones, angered into speech.
"You're sure to bo hungry ngain to-
A Prominent Personage,
.Tnwklns Who i3 that man yonder
who iroes along with his noso in tho air?
Hogg Shi He's a mighty important
persouago. Hlspicturo and biography
arc in nil tho papers.
Jiiwklns What lias ho done?
Hogp He's tho mun who was cured
cf catarrh. Judge.
An Unsolicited Compllmont,
Dr. Binks (tho family physician) I'm
fifrnld your wifo is In a very serious
condition. Mr. Tangle.
Tangle That's just what I've thought
for somo time. Dr. Itinks, and Ivo been
tolling her all along that sho ought to
liavo o, better doctor. Munscy's wcci
A Dreary Prospect.
First Tramp (glancing over a bit of
paper) Say, Milto, here's a new socler
ty a-startiu' up, tor furnish work for th'
Second Tramp Things is gettln' so
there uin't no comfort for a gentleman
nowhero. N. Y. Weekly.
A Healthy Patient.
Young Monoybags Doctor, I want
you to proscrlbo mo a trip to Newport.
Doctor And for what disease will
that bo a cure?
Young Moneybags Why, for a long
lng to go to Nowport, of course. Mun
Pulled Uotli Wars.
"Harrows lacks decision. Ho never
goes ono way or tho other."
"What could you expect? IIo has a
porous plaster on his back and another
on his chest." N. V. Sun.
I.lqilar DoHlcrs Convention
New YonK, Sep. 2. Resolutions adopt
ed by the Liquor Dealers' Convention de
clares against high license, endorses tuo
Minor law, condemns the Civil Damage
act and demands tho repeal of the prcsont
arbitrary and unjust oxclse laws and tho
passage of a now law wuicn win allow
tho oeoplo of tho State that personal lib
erty which is enjoyed in othor countries.
American Association Games.
Poston 1 0 3 1 0 0 3 1 1-0
Columbus 0 00U00lJS-6
llatteilcs-O'IlrlOQ and Murphy: Sullivan
Athletics 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 l-o
bt. LcUtJ 0 000010UU 1
Itattorlw-'WoThlna and Cross; Btlvetta and
Milwaukee. 0 4 110 0
llRltluioio 4 0 0 0 0 U
IlHtterles-Kllleen nnl Vuugbu,
The Army Worm Appears In flermany.
BsnLlif, Sop. 2. Tho appearance of the
army worm, as It Is called, in the Han
district, has given rise to forebodings
among tho peasantry of tho approach oi
war. It is said that the presanco of this
worm or grub has always been followed
nt an early uato by war ana tamine. ino
grub does not injure tho crop3, eating
only fallen leaves or vegetablo refuse.
0 3 1-0
Non-Union Men Assaulted.
Allentown. Pa.. Sep. 2. Tho company
offlcers offer a reward of $300 for the ap
prehension of the parties who nssuulted
the sevorai men yesceraay wuonave ui&un
the place of strlkors at tho Catasaugua
Manufacturing Company. It Is thought
tho strikors had a hand in the matter.
Several arrests have been made.
Philadelphia and Beading .Railroad
Time Table In eieel Jiij 10, 18V1
TRAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOW,
r or rew xorx via Philadelphia, week day 1
2..0 5.23, 7.20 n. 111. and 12 83 2.60 aud 6..I
p. m. oiinany 2.10 ana 7.4s u. m. For Nr. I
Vork, via Mauch Chunk, week days, 5.1 J
h. m. ana liua and 2.60 p. m. i
..'forKfadlne and PhlladelrihlA weekday!
iiu, 7.20, a. m., 1Z33 ?,ZQ and 5.63 p, I1
i.nav OlHnM.u. ... . .... ..... -
v 1 1 . u',n8,lu,i P. ni.
naton o 1 u - u
Loulsvlhe 1 0 0 0 0
Curao called on account of darkness.
nntterlos-Korcinan McOulro; Btrutton nnd
American Association llecord.
(Tu'M. TTon. rs"t. o
riliimhil. .61 03 .147
Miluauk'o.47 01 .433
Lou'vlllo...:i9 71 .'160
Wosh'ton..3S U0 J15
niltis. Wan. lL 7t
Htton....77 S3 .700
fct. Louli..70 48 .1)28
HaltlmoraSO 4H .651
Alhiotlu..S8 52 .'.527
His Aocouuts Short, Ho lleslzns.
r, . xt t- C?.. O . .. ..n.t..n.
dent of tho Poor Grimes has tendered his
resignation to tho Hoard of Supervisors.
Tho resignation is the result of disclosures
of irregularities in his accounts. A short
age of sevorai hundred dollars was iounu,
which Mr. Grimes promises to makogood.
CACTUS BLOOD CURE,
SUFEBfOR TO SIBMUi
Purifies tho blood, tones up
the system, gives an appetite.
Cures dyspepsia, constipa
tion, sick headache. Regulates
tho liver and kidneys, and bo
sides cures all blood and skin
diseases, whether manifested
only by common pimples, or
eczema, or by ulcers, abscesses,
and tho more violent effects of
scrofula and blood poison.
Is perfectly harmless and
So!d at Klrlin'a Drug Store,
Ferguson's Ifoiel Block, Shenandoah, Pa.
ajrljburg, week aab, 2.10,7.20 a. n
1,10, 5.Mp. m.
V or Aiieatown. week davi. 7.50 . m
..Kot Pottsyille, week days. 2.1f.7.20.s. m.
jz.3j and ft.65 p. m. Hnnday, 210aud7.3l
Kor THimKiua nnd Mahanoy citv. week
days, 2.10, 6.2.1, 7.20, a. m., 12.3, 2.60 and 6.68
p. n. Sunday. 2.10 and 7.48 a.m.. 4 an m
Additional lor Mahanoy City, week nays 7.66
Kor Lancaster and Columbia, week days.
Kor 'Wllllamsport. Hunbnry and Lewlsburii,
eek days, 3.25, 7.20 and 11.80 a. m., 1,83. 7.54
i. m, Hnnday 3:23 &. m., 3.03 p. in.
Kor Mahanoy Plane, week days, 2.10 3.25,
!W. 7.20 and 11.80 a. m 12.86, 1.35, 2.60, 6.55,
7.00 aue nx p. m. Sunday, 2.10, b.23 and 7.48
a. m. &05, 4.30 u. m.
For Ulrp.ra.vHIe illapiinhannock Htatlon)
n-k days, 2.10, 3.25, 6.2S, 7.20 and 11.80 a. m.,
12.85, 1 86, 1.60, 6,65, 7.00 and H.25. p. m. Hnnday,
2-10, .2 1, 7.43 a. m.,8.P6, 4.80 p.m. "
1- or Ashland nnd bhamuitln. week davs.o.
3.23, 5.25, 7.20, 11.31 a. m 1.83, 7.00 and
Murdered a New York Pidlcoman.
New Youk. Sep. 2. Tho brutal murder
yesterday of Policeman John J. Shermnu
by tho negro, Francis Noah, in tho apart
ment house in Harlem has cast a deep
gloom over the Harlem Police btatlon, to
which Sherman was attached. An ex
amination by doctors showod that tho
policeman's throat was cut from ear to
ear, and that he died from loss of blood.
As the negro was being transferred to tho
One Hundredth Street Station an angry
crowd followed, and at one time it lookod
as if au attempt would bo mado to lynch
Confessed to Murder Hut ltulnusnd.
Wheelino. W. Vo., Sep. 2. Cartis
Willis, who has been uudor nrrest hero
charged with tho murder of Uos.s Watts,
on n boat somo time ago, has been re
leased, the Grand Jury having brought
in a truo bill for murder against a man
named Morris Davis. Willis a short time
ugo mado a confession, in which he de
scribed the crime and said hu did the kill
ing. Tho jury, however, refuted to en
tertain his Htorv. Tho murder win
brutal one, and tho case has excited much
llnitcrn Association Games.
Game postponed; wrt grounds.
Lebanon 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1
llljr Etrllco at Sunbury, Pa.
(ttTiHnv 13n Cnr. O Tin nntnlnimi .
of the Sunbury Lumber Company havo I
gono on Htni.u u?euusu ui u i;uin.uuiiubuti
reduction in their wages. Tho planing
mill nnd saw mill of tho company uro the
laigest in this Eootion.
WE'RE AFTER I i
llnrralo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dattorlos- Ncul and Satto; German and v, ecu-
A llemarlmblo I'honomcnon Promised,
ROCIIE6.TEB. N. Y.. Sop. 2 Prof. Lewis
Swift, of tho Warner Observatory, calls
attention to a remarkable phenomenon
soon to occur, never yet seen by any
human ovo. During tho morning hours
of September 4 Wolf's periodlo comet
will nass illrectlv ovor that well-known
cluster, tho Pleiades, popularly caueu ino
seven stars. The phenomenon is con
sldered by astronomers of great import
auce aside from its never having been
A Poor Itrooniinrndatlon.
Salesman Now tills carpet, madam,
can't bo bent.
Mrs. Mnldoon Indndol an' how in
tho worruld would I got tho dust out of
it? Munfcoy'B Weekly.
Tho Leader of tho Pair.
Grafton (to llaboony, with big dog)
I enwn't bco why you iro 'wound with
that rnohstwous beast.
llaboony 1 don't, deah boy; ho goea
'wound with me. Judys.
I'or tho Hot of Itrasons.
"Keep your faoa towards tho foo
nlwayi, my on."
"Then you'll never lo shot In tho
back." Munsey's Weekly.
Jones (just reached tho fishing-
gronnda) Vllat itlud of luck orb you
i trown llmt-rate. lleen here on hour
and hain't fell In yet. Judtfe,
"I feul It just as much, my dear llttlo
tooy," said iapa after he had spanked
"Y-yoe," sobbed llillykinB. "n-but
n-not in the s-B-Bumo p-p-ploco." Life.
She Ills mtirriago tnorcennryl Why,
the girl had little or nothingl
IIo Yob, but ho owed her father.
What Did She Meant
Cora What would you do If you had
a voice like mlno?
Dora I ahould bo very oarcf ul not to
overwork IU Jury.
Couldn't Pool Him.
"Them's not tenuities," said Johnny
when tho tomato patch was shown him.
"Tematies gwows In big you cons."-Judge.
NEW YORK PROHIBITIONISTS.
In Convention nt Albany To-day A Ilosu-
lar btuto TicUet I.lhcly.
ALPANT, N. Y., Sep. 2. Tho Prohibi
tion Stato convention was called to order
in Hnrman's Meeker Hall thin morning
bv Clay Ilascom of Troy, who 13 a mem
ber of tho executive committee. After
the tomporary organization a recess was
taken until 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Francis Baldwin, chairman of the state
Kxecutivo Committee and a resldont oi
Elmlra, says this morning that tho real
work of tho convention would bo done to
"Besides tho Honor Question wo havo
other great issues to bottle," ho said, "the
farmers' question in all Its different bear
inas. ond tho labor problem, and tho
mlvnnced and wise position taken by our
papers nnd prominent men is such that
it places tho Prohibition party before tho
neoiile in a riitlit attitude upon thoso
questions, and if a fight this fall is
waned with wisdom and discretion wo
shall see a great advance of our prin-
clulos and ournarty."
It is understood to-day that a regular
Stato ticket will be nominated, but so
far no slate has been prepared, and it Is
claimed thero is no concensus of opinion.
It is hinted that there is a isentimont in
favor of the possible Republican nomi
nee, Androw D. Whlto.
Dcmocratlo Colored League Convention
HAnniBBuRO, Pa., Sep. 2. Tho Exoou-
tive Committee of the Democratic Colored
League has decided to hold tho noxt con
vention of tho League at Pittsburg ou tha
8Sth of this month.
Your trade is what we
This Ib how we propose
to get It.
By selling you a flrst
class article ; by sellingyou
for leps than others; by
selling you furniture, an
organ, a, piano, a sewing
machine or anything else
in the lino of household
We have a large ond va
ried stock to select from.
No trouble to show goods.
Pnll. pvnmliiA iul lift
m. Bunday H.25, 8 82 u. m 8.05 p. m.
TitAljNn KOrt HHliNANiiOAH 1
lave New York via Phltadelnhla. week
Jays. 7,45 a. m., 1.80, 4.00. 7.80 p. m 12.16
alijlii. Bunday, 8.01 p. m 12.15 nlcnt.
Leave New lork via Mnur.h Chunk, week
days, 4.30, 8.45 a. it)., 1.00 and I.V) p. m.
Leave Phllodeiphlu, week days, 4.10, ami
10.00 a. m. 4.00 end o.OO p.m., from Broad
and Callowhill and 8.35 o. m. and 11.80 p. m.
from t'lh anC i.rti-a streels. Huudnv 9.03 n.
m. ll.SO p. m. (Tom Dth nC i.(c.
Leave tuaamit. weec aavs. 1.3). 7.1 1. lu.io
And 11.60 a. m., 5.65, 7.57 p. m. ijuuday 1.33 ana
Leave Pol Isvllle. weec dnvs. 188.8.131.52 n. m..
I M0. 0.11 D. m. Hundav. 2.40. 7.00 a. m. una
2.C5 1. m.
javexamaqua, week days, s.'.w, s.ia ana
21 a, m.. 1.21. 7.13. and tf.18 p. m. Sunday S.i.0
7 43 .. ill. and i50 p. m.
jrfave Mahanoy Ulty, week days, 8.10, .:8
and 11.47s. in., 1.61, 7.42 and 8.41 p.m. bun.
day, 8.4(1,8.17 a. m 3.20 p. m.
Loave Mahanoy Plane, week days, 2-45, 4.10
U.3.1, 0.33, 11.69 a. m.,U'C, 2.C6. 5 20, 0 26, 7.67, and
"i.f)Ti. m. Bunday 2.4v, 4.00, and B.i.7, a. m.
3 37, 5.01, p. m.
ijoxo Glmrdvllle (lUppuhancock Btatlon)
week days, 2.47. 4.07, 6.38, and D.41 a. m., 12.0,
I J 2, 5.28, 6.82, 8.03 and 10.06 p. m. bunday, 2,47,
0., t.S3 u. ra. 3.41, 5.07 p. In.
Leave Wllllamsport, week days, 3.00.9.45 ana
11.55 it. m. 8.85 and 11.15 p. m. Bunday 11.13
Vox Baltimore, Washington and the wesl
via II. & O. K. B., throiiKh trains leave Glrard
Avenue station, Philadelphia, (P. tt B. K. R.)
at 4.16, 801 and 11.27 a. m 1.81, 4.24 , 5.55 and
7.23 p. D). Hunday, 1.16 8.02 11.27 a. in., 4.24
65 and 7.23 p.m.
ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION.
lieave Philadelphia, Chestnut Street Wharf
una Bouth Street Wharf. ,
For Atlnutlc City. Ijj
Week-days Expreis, 5.15,8 00.9:00,10.45 a
m. ana 1 i'i (Hmurdays only, 1.30), 2.C0, 3.0O.
3.30, 5 00, 0.00 p. ui. Accommodation, 7 40
a. ui.. 4.15. 0 30 o. m.
inun. clxnress. 5 15. 7.00. 7.30. 8.00. 8 SO.
9.00, 0.30 a. m. aud 4 SO p. m. AOcoinniuutuon
8.00 u. in. aud 4.43 ij. in.
........,. Inn... iflnn.l.nitn a.a4 n..n b
1 MnntlonJid Arkansa" nvenues. week-fa"
KacpreRS, 7.00, 7.30, 8 00, 9.00, 10.00 a. m. and 3 15,
4.00, 5.30, 6.8H, 7.30, 8 30 p. m. Accommodation
0.00,8.10 a.m. aud 4i0p m. Sundays-Ex
press, 8 30, 4.UU, 5 00, B.OU, U'aU, 7-0U, 7.8U. b.UU, D.aO
p. m. Accommodation, 7.30 a. m,, 5.05 p. m.
tv. v. JiL-lvUl-T , Ufll'l J JU-0 1 AKI
MULKOI). Pres. at Oen'l Munaeer,
THE OLD RELIABLE,
ihould bo displayed In buying modW
line above all things. In selecting
remedy for any disease, you should bo
positive that it contains nothing Inju
rious to tho health. Many roraedlea
on the market leave the patient In
much worse condition, than bofara
s. s. s.
bt purely vegetable, and perfectly
harmless; the most delicate child cast
tako It with absolute safety. It contain
bo mercury or minerals of any kind,
rod yet it never falls to curs the dis
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseasea fro.
Swift Speciflo Co., Atlanta, Gft
Vanderbllt, owner of tho yacht Conqueror,
held by the Custom House authorities for
duties, through his attorney has niea a
the Conaueror was built at Glasgow; that
ho bought her thoro; that ho is a member
of tho Iloyul Mersey Yacht Club, and
that his yacht is enrolled on that club's
list. Ho asks that ho may bo placod iu
possession of the yacht.
is and will over be tho
t,-,1,i on'rn TtfinktlOUO.
'-e.hn in tha Rirtn. ohoet ana
Joints, Kouralgia, Bpraino, &o
Before you aeed to loyi ottaia
tli voloaHe bookt "Qulie to Hwltb," with
oadorsemeatB of piominsnt phyKiclaas. A
Prize Medals Awarded 1
Vienna, Prague, BotterdBm, qiten(
Nnrembsru? Houstein. Leipslo.
50 Oent3 a bottlo, For Salo by 13
X. I. I). ICIItXjXN,
,C. II. IIA-GlONIiUOII,
and other oressuu.
Wants I'osseaolou of III-) Yacht.
New YonK, Sep. 2. Frederick
all tho troubles and ailments that
make woman's lifo a burden to her.
Sho's relioved, cured, and restored,
with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion. Periodical pains, weak back,
bearing -down sensations, nervous
prostration, all "female complaints,"
-11. T. ! .1!
are curcu dv it. n improves ui
gestion, enriches tho blood, dispels
aches and pains, brines refreshing
sleep, and restores health and
lams (6 Ik,
On and after Kov. 24, 1890, trains will lean
Bhenantloai at fallout:
For Wlecan. Gllberton. Frackvllle. NeTji
Castle, 8t. Clair, and way points, 0.00, 9.10
in and 1.15 p m.
Hundays, huu, .iuamana8.iup m.
Kor foltsvlllo, 6.00, 9.10 a ni and 4.15p m,
Bandays, 600, l!.4U a m nnd 8.10 n m,
Kor Heading, 6.00, 8.10 am and 4.15 pm,
Bandays, Boo, 9.40 a.m. and 3.10 pm.
Knr Pottstown. 1'hoenixville. NorrlBtown,
and Philadelphia (Broad street statloa). 0.00.
v.iu a m. ana i.io i
15 p ni wees days
SoutU Blnin St.,
Loliigli Valley Railroad.
ABltANOEMENT OF rASSEKGEU TllAINS.
MAY 10, 1891.
Passenger trains will leave Bhenandcah for
lauch Chunk, Lehlphton, Blatlcston, Cata-
T. , , , ii sauqua, Allentown, ueiuiencm, nvasion, rnu-
It's a powerful general, ns well as BQeiphia and New Voric at 5.17,7.40, 9.03 a.m.,
ror iieiviuere, jjemwuro whiui 3ay uiu
nncaftVB. duu. u.u ujuo.iudju .
Trains leave KrsckvlUe lor Bhenancoah at
10,40 am and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m, Hulidays,
U.13 a m and 6.40 pm. i
Lieave l'oitavllle lor Shenandoah, 10.16 anQ
11.48, a m 7.15, 9,42 p in. Uundays, 10.40 .a txi
5.15 p jxu
ljeave fiiuaueipuiii vUJ:1Jliu nixrcL butiioaj,
;or I'OllflVllie una naeDanuouxi. o.o.iu.aa
2.10, 4.iu ana 7.uup m wees aays,
a in nnd 1.10 n. m.
... x. . .1 tm , nc j ,n c
For w xtjin. o.u. i.w. s.w. u.ou
s.tfjo.iy o.w, jj.wuuu.jiiunju,u.wuuujj.(ijju
Ilea express, i.w auu .ou p ju.i lmi, lvj, z.ou.
9.20, 4, 6, 6..6.80, 6.50 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 p 111, 12.01
On bundays, 3.20, 4.05, 4.40, 5.85, S.12, 8.80. 9.60.
8, m. and 12.49. 3.20 (limited 4.50j, 6.21!, 6,80, (i.K
7,i n.u p m ana i-.ui nisni.
, 6.67,10.25 b m
5.85, 6.50, W.
uterine, tonic and nervine, imparting
in the United States District Court vigor and Strength to the cntiro SVS- atroudsburg at 5'.47, a. m.. and 5.23 p.m.
".LInVi tCm- CntilinS n0ilkh01 t0hTl- TmBi
Jcean Grove, Asbury 1'iirk, andjong Branch
8.20, 11,15, A. in. 4.00 p. ni. week duyr fcoi
rTeenoia, o.v 1 v, iu. n etj. uniu
lialiloior- and Washington, 8.60, 7.20, 8.81
9.10, 10.20, 11.18 a m,12.v5 (limited express) 8.41
4.41 6.7 an.7.40 p. m., and 12.03 nlaht. For
nfn . nr. ottm,i- rtv enrrnr rn f npnnfn I trtn ftdT. u.iik. 111.41 a. m.. a.iu ana dm d. m. I
V" 'V'"l' -&- nSSi5irk in Tjiam. 3.1b and S.2S BaUlmore. niy 2.02, i.i i, & us ana 11.30 p. m
digestion; a legitimate medicine m on Bnndays,8.Ep. 7.W, y.ioand . n.i a. m. 4.4.
not a beverage. gAubur. I.baca; Geneva and and Lyon. JS'iS YiJB'p
If you're a tired, nervous, or suf- 'yM fiSMSS
To rnitest Against the Panama Sclauro.
Cape May Point, N. J., Sep. 2. The
President has directed the State Depart
ment to enter a stron protest with Min
ister Pacheco, for tho Salvadornn authori
ties. iiKiiinst tho seizure or the Ulty ot
Panama when that vessel calls -nt Cen
tral American ports on her return pas
sago. Ho MiKsests diplomacy a3 the
means to settlo tho dllllculty, and con
voys the impression in his instructions
that American property win uo proiccwxi
ut nil hazards.
Colonel Cognwcll Ai;aln ltejected.
Cokcobd. N. H., Sep. 2. The Gover
nor's Council has again rejected tuo nom
ination of Col. Ihonias Cogswell ns ltau
road Commissioner, The two Democratic
membors of the Council then presented
to the Governor tho name of a gentloman
whom thev had acreed upon, and request
ed that he be nominated. Both they and
the Governor uecllno to say who the pro-
nosed nominee is. Tho Governor hai
taken tho matter into consideration.
Working en tho lluruaby Case.
Denvek, Col. Sep. 2. District Attorney
Stevens has lust obtained an injunction
from Judge Allen restraining the Western
Union Teleitranh Company from destroy
ing any telegrams which may have passed
between Dr. T. Thatcher Graves and
friends In Rhode Island while tho dootor
was in this city before and after tho death
of lira, llarnaoy.
An Accessory to a Criminal Operation.
Boston, Sep. 2. John N. Winkley, ol
the firm of Winkley & Mnddox, ice dealers,
has been held in $2,300 for tho grand Jury
on the charge of being an accessory af tei
the fact to a criminal operation com
mitted upon the person of Allco 13. Rich
ardson, a girl of 20, who died in Somor-
vilio on July 7.
Hollered to Huvo linen Drowned,
H.nn,m...n Un,., CAn O -nrtlllnn.
JUAIIltljt.UJ.AJJ. .UUN. H. ,1 .......1,
O. Tucker and William Garvin, who lefj
here on August IB In a dory for a trie
along the coast, have not been heard froui
since the 20th inst, when they put in aj
AnnUquan, and it is feared they hart
fering woman, then tho "Favonto chioiKo and au poinu west at 10.41 a. m,aud
Prescription" is tho only medicine 5-0Pr Wmlra and the West via Salamanca at
that's guaranteed, in evory case, to
bring you help. If it doesn't give
you havo your
Bank Counters, Tylor System, Port
amo, uncqunieci in styics,
Rnot nnrl f?lnltVl.
lBOrarflCattlutrueorCouatert, IluU etc IUttilrsted la
Culort. Itool. Fre-t ra.lnj,. l&Cpntl.
Also i'yier's jioym
Offlce l)c-.I.. nnd Ty!e-
xvrllvt CitltlneU. UOIJ
Styles, llest and cheap.
cat on earth, with great
reduction in prices.
'XTBins jeaTe jnarnauurK lur jriiuiuuxjj, nut
the west every day at 12.25 and 3.10 a is anC
8.00 (limited) and 8,40 p m. Way for Altoona
4.15 a m ana i.iu v m every aay.
it or jruisnurK ouiy, u.w a iu uauy kiiu iu.a
rti week days.
l.onvB Hnnbnrr for Wllllmnunorl. Elmlra
Oanandalgua, Koclieter, Bullaloand Nlagan
Kails, 5.1U a m aany, ana i.a p m wimjk uuys
For Vatklns, 6.80 p m weekdays.
For JCrlo and Intermediate points, 6.10 a mi
dally. For IxicK Haven, 6.10, and 9.53 a m
aauy, ImJI ana o.&u i. in. wwn uas. jcu
Hfliiova 6.10 a m 1.43 and 5,30 p m weex days
i.iu a. m oaEaitya.
(1HA8.B POOH. I. K. WOOD.
Hen. Mairr en. ra's. aki
YTTILMINQTON ft NOllTHKHN II. K.
lme laoie infarct may, xv, loyi.
Trains leave Reading IP. & 11. station) fc
Gibraltar, Beyfert, lllratboro, Joanna, Hprlcn.
Held, Wuym Bbiirtc Junction, Coatesvllle,y
7.40, 9.08, 10.58 a.m., 122,3.10,4.10, 6.26 and 8.0S Wilmington and lnterniedfale stations, dull
p.m. . except. nunuay, uiu.aoiiiiu e.ou u.iu. uuuo.,,
For Buck Mountain, New Boston and p, m. Hunday only al 8.05 p. m.
Morea. 7.10. 8.08, 108 a. m., 122, 3.10, 6.28 and For Warwick. Ht.l'eters aud Intermedial
6.0Sp.m. . , UtationB.dally exceptBunday,at.20a.m.,an
ror jnvcu XVUU, VCUUtUJU, Ull. uujjjci .jj I
a 10 n. in
Kfir Auaennea. iiuzietuu. diul-iliuij. jjuw
her Yard. Weatherlv and Pcnn Haven Juno
Hon at5.ir,7.40, 9,0Sa. m.and 12.52, 810 and
yzn p. ro. .
For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and Beavoi
iiMiinw. 7.40. 9 08 a. m. and 6.28 n. m.
For bcrantonat 6.47 9.08, 10.41 a. m. 3,10 and
H11 HRT. fl MrtMJK. JHUUU. UrllLUU 11 11 LI ricv
land at 6.47. 7.40, D.U8. 10.41 a. m 152 8.10 and
r Or jpeUDB. U11UCIIUI1 ttllU iU.VJ. 1113 Ml
5.50andt.08a m., and 4.10 p. m.
IP V.i-.,llln llohnnnv Cttr oHrl DaTonn
5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.il, 10tW a. m. ,12.52,3.10,5.2a, 8,03,
hftr ixisi iTeeK. iraruviii uuu aku huu
i irt I ill u CO ID It o v 1 fin 1 Af A 111 ft fits.
t.l , 4.1U,0.(M iJ.XU n. liWi .IV JV
ft in tinii f) 14 n. tn.
f or uarKwaver, au kjibit ana rovuivjiio,
tiharaokln, 8.52, and 10.15 a. in., 1.40, 4.4C
ana .w p. m.
1 TUluS JCUVe nuiuiiuuiu iur Diicnanuunu,
5.19 Tt. in. Mundnv unlv 8.15 a. m.
For Uirdhboro and inlermedialo statlont
Saturday only, at 12 m. 8
or uauimore ana waBuiDcioii iui
Poblniis 19 cti. lull Hits
nhka. Ibklrt. TaUri. Itook
l'.ri, CiblnrU, Legal HUi.li
lii)lft, cic.f aiwajiiniLociit
TYJLKK DESK CO.. Ht.l.onla, Mo.17.H.A.
isu pace cauii Fw, 75 njfo a. m.. 2.10, 40 and 9.30 p. ra., arrivlnjj R.) dally except bunday ate.25nd 8.80 a. n
tii ue ui . uhmHtitiDHii. a. m.. vz.yz. a.iu. d.X'j ana and Kn m. snnniiv nniv ai am n. in.
k . - . i "i" -r ' . . . t. .it .......
Trains arrive ai xteaaing u .
from Wilmington, li. & O. Junction, Mon
1 1 i i iHAinD.
For LoBt Creefe, Olrardvllie and Ashland,
Um onlf Riuukaa l.truan Amtricta
fJ.l.lLl in tbf (tulUd Hut wtu It
abh w cu Blood Polaon,
olnl niannAAA 9t UtH
BkiuDtiiMei M4 Spoti Palm tn Iht
Blotohi!, rimplM, IrnpUooa, tort or
bar! I'lotri, eweiung, irnii,uiio(
l.ttsnmsllnlll and BnaniDSii
Ruloturti, Wcakaeia and Earl
4ar. loal mamorr. wak bark meutal anilaty.
Hla-IOtr Wieawa aoJ aU piaeaata mvlUBf ifTV.'
ludlMntioii r Of.rwork Bcenl ewMfnrrf JJ $t-
j"?- ' sr. A7'-.::.T:H;v.Vun baa mm.
iiSfi deUBiicu from
ta.loMi, ou. yodh, iiiDPii ian D woii "'Mp;"',,
. . t . i mi inn tor nnnu
.- t u 10. Bnndw till " . ""7?" 7.n.
phnuln. t:hnddB!ord Junction. West Chestc
6.50, 0.10 11.36 k. m., 2.45 p. m. I Leiinpe, Coatesvllle, Wayiiesburi; Junctloi
For Uarkwater. Bt. Clair and jVolUville, Hnriuirflcld.Joanna.lllrdstore. Gibraliar.Be.'
6.50, 8Jiu, m.,x.4op. m. reriund luiermeaiate ttations, oany excel
Kor Yatesvllle, Jlalianoy City and Uelano, Sunday at 10.20 a. m. 6.52 and 8.17 p. m. Bui
s.w, 11.UO a, m., i.su, o.w p. m.
rOr IMliy, AUUOUtlCU JIUU 11UZ.1VVUU, u.w
a. in.. 1.4(1 r. mi
h-nr Muiipn iTnnnic.
nlHRftnniiii. Allentown. Hellilehcm, Kastoi
and Kew York. 8.00 a. m., I.iu p. m;
Oen'l Pass. Ant., Hejlileliem.
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
duv nnlv at 11.24 a. m.
From Bt. l'eters, Warwick and Intermedial
stations, oauy except Munnay, at 8.23 a. n
and 2.26 p.m. Bunday only at fl p. iu.
From lllrdsboro and intermediate station
Saturday only at 1.40 p. m.
From Wainlncton and llaltlmnrp. dallve:
cept Bunday, 10 20 a. m. 6.62 and 8.17 p. r
HOWNE88 l!ItIG08, Gen'l Pass. Ag",
All persons are hereby warned
We, the underslgn4
aro entirely filled 1
lturture by Dr. J, ,
MAYElt, 881 Arch Bt., Ttilla. Thomas
llarlung. New ltlnggold, Pa.. I.Pandt, Bov
1 1). , T. 1. - A 1 . i , I. r.. L- f I .nr I'
SOT TO FISH IN TOE DAMS !
lwl AU 11UU 1U" uiuu klWil,a i vm.E.lianenstine. fhoenlxvll
Belonging to the Heading. Pa., J. C. Lyme. 1310 W. Howard f.
TCCJTrn lOrr Paslt!ilyOiirlwi
IllUUlkU IJIUU, VS1W1MS
Li.fi - -lenti lifo ii;
Hire cured many '
l,ut'ele'',, '' ,lle 'll-sl t '
rmntonit sre emc.-d I i .r PRBB BOO If "
et.lnus turel. I CIl U AT u furfil.lieA rtlCu you oMei
Shenandoah Water Company,
I and all parties caught violating this, notice
llarrlsburir. l'a.. u. K ten n. Jj0licias6vilie.(.
Mr. MAYlill Is at Hotel Penn, Heading, ji
on the 2nd Baturday of each month,
TT It. BRtOKER, M. D., a
Trespassers. XX. 1
rof PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON?
pxin ana au jipcciai aieue a epociaiu.