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P UBLIBHKD DAILr AND WEEKLY. S, 0. BOyES, Editor ani PaWlsher, W. J. WATKIMS. Local Editor. subscription rates: Daily, per year,...... - W 00 Whiki.t, per your, 1 6n Knttred At the Postofflce, at Shenandoah, Pa. for tmHsinUwton through the MalM a seeond olass mall mtltsr. l'UBlIHMKl) DAILY AND WHKKLY. ROYALTY AND BACCARAT. The I'rluco of Wnle Drnnuneed by Non comforml.t l'rflnchurs. London, Juuo 15. The allusion to tho scandalous conduct of the Prince of Wales yesterday by Noncomformlst proaohwrf loft no doubt, It any was en tertnlued, of the attitude of the dissent ing clergy ou the subject of royalty nnd bticoArRjt. Tho manner lu which those allusions were received by the congregations showed With emphasis how the people who are the bone and sluew of luiglaud feel us to the confessed violation of law bv the future king. The energy of the police in prosecuting caws of petty gambling by the poor has added strongly to tne puuuc iceung, auu everywhere among the tolling masses tho demand is heard that the law shnll bo enforced against the gamblers of Trnnliv Croft. Ileretoforo Home Secretary Matthews lias disclaimed all knowledge of the Tranby Croft nfTalr. This he can do no longer, ns tho evidence lu court, Includ ing the testimony of tho Prince of Wales himself, has rcmovud any grouuu lor lg nornnce or denial. Instead of being "Hayed, the sontlmcnt on tho subject of the scandal is growing. When It was remarked yesterday lu tho presence of the lubor agitator, Tom Mann, that tho Kurl of Coventry would be removed from tho olllco of Master of tho Buckhounds, Mann uskedi "If Cov entry is unfit to be Mooter of Hounds becauso he is a gambler, is tho Frinco of Wales fit to bo master of n kingdom r This is hut an illustration of the gonoral sentiment among all below tho rank of tho aristocracy nnd among tho aristocrats cllartnlat anil riimiUBf nrtivnll. Office of J. M.B. Uobinson 1U East lfCth si ltesldence, (U56 East 141 street. Nkw Yuhk. January 31, 1800. aiwi'b itrnTiiinn HnpiMiin rn. (leui lemen Having suffered for the pnst two years with rheumatism, indigestion, sore throat, andu complete breaking down of my wholosyetem r u-iib irwtnrri fuller treatloe with wivrn nrnmli ent ilndtnrsHo trv the ("actus lllond Cure, which I continued to use for about thirty days, since which time I havo been en. t'relv lioerrnm the above-mentioned troubk'i, nnd li.ivn mnrfl nmhlllnll to dnv thatl aHV time in the past four yeais. I can heartily recommend the same to any one having the -same troubles. J. M. 11. HOItlNlrON. Bold at Klrlln's Drug Store.FerBUion House uiock, MiieuauooaD. Tho bicyclo rider is ono of tho few mon who know when thoy aro well off. Hold It to tho Light. Tho man who tells you confidentially ust what will cure your cold is proscribing Komp's Balsam this yenr. In tho prep aration of this romarkablo medicino coughs and colds no expense is spared combine only tho best and purest ingredi ents. Hold a bottlo of Kemp's Balsam tho light and look through it; notico th briirht, cloar look: then compare with otb.tr remedies. Prion SOc. and $1 Sometimes whon a man la put on his mottlo the material is brass. Hooky Mountain Ouro. Tho druggists claim that people call daily for tho now euro for constipation and sick headache, discovered by Dr. Silas Lano wbilo in the Kocky Mountains, It said to bo Orogon grape root (h great remedy In tho far Wost for thoso com plaints) combined with simple herbs, and made for use by pouring on boiling water to dntw out tho strength. It soils at cents n packago and is called Lano' Family Modicino. Tho worst "lovers' at home to you. not" is to find her not Sudden Deaths, Heart dlsense Is by far the most frequent cauio 01 suauen ucain. wnicu in three nut or four cases Is unsuspected. The symptomsare notcenernlly understood. These are: lying iu me ngni sine, snort, ureiun, pain onus cross In side, back or shoulder, lrremilai pulse, asthma, weak and hungry spells, wind in simnncn, swelling 01 nnaies or aropsy oppression, dry cough and sniotberlnt. Dr Miles' Illustrated boon on Heart Disease, frer ate. H llagenbuch, who sell and guarantee Dr. Miles' uuequaled New Heart Cure, and his iiesturame iservme, wiucu cures nervout ncss, neaaacne, sieepiessnes". enectsor drln jug, etc. 11 contains no opiates, Tho mania for perfumed letter paper on tho incrcaso. Shlloh's Consumption Ouro. This Is beyond question the most sue- cessmi Cough medicine we havo over sold, a tew doses Invariably cure the worst cases ol Cough, Croup, and llronchltls, while Its won. derfn) tfuccess in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel tn the history of medicine. Hlnce It's first discovery It has been sold on n guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. Ii you have a Cough we earnestly ask yon to try it. l'rloe 10 rents, SU cents, nnd (1.(0. If your laiugs nre sore. Chest or Hack lame, use Million's Porous Plaster. Hold by C, II. Haeubuc)i, N. K. corner Alain and IJoyd streets. Tho richest people often want tho most for nothing. To Nervous, Dobilltatod Mon. If you send ua your address, wo will mail you our illurt rated pamphlet explain ing all about Dr. Dye'i Celebrated Electro Voltaic Bolt and Appliances, and their oharming effects upon the nervous de bilitated system, and how they will quickly rosture you to vigor, and manhood, l'amph let free. If you are thus afflicted, we will send yoa a Belt and Appliances on a trial, Voltaic Bjilt Co.. Murihall, Mich. Fotivls will now have a run for tome time to oouae. Mllae' Nerve and Liver Pills Aet on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels thrtmah the iimis A new dlsanverv. Dr. Mllee' Pills sneedllv curi- biliousness, bad Usla, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Uneqnaled lor men, women, children- Bmallest, mildest, surest! Aldoses, 2fict. Samples free, at C. 11. Hagenbu'-h's irnif star. AUkiDgthe best of vacation days. It don't do to neclect nature's warnluz acnes through the ystem, caufe Rheuma tism, Neuralgia and liacKacue. Try iled nag OU, the Famous l'alu Cure. 26 cents at Klr lln's drug store. - WILLIAM BLANEY HANDED. Its Murdered Ills Grandmother and Annt, nnd Onco l".cntoil from J nil. Bamimoiie, Md., Juno 13. At 10il8 n. m. tho drop fell and William Blnnay, the double murderer, who on tho night of May 2, 1800, killed his nged grand mother and aunt with an axe at their home, 1085 Greejirnouut avenue, expiated his crlms on tho gallowg In the yard of the Baltimore city jail. Blanoy died with oalmness nnd nerve, professing penitence and confidence In tho offlcnoy of tho Roman Catholic faith Which ho adopted, to secure his pence with heaven. Blaney's tragic end was the legitimate outcome of n life of wiokednos, Indo lence nnd Ignorance I he crime for which ho was lmnged was one of tho most brutal and inhuman ever com mitted in this city, The victims wero his need grandmother and his aunt, both of whom had always loved him and often Aided and befriended him. The weapon used was a small axe. With It he literolly pounded their heads to a jolly. He was dotectod by thorn while robbing their houso nnd then com mitted tho crime. Blauey was convicted on Oct. !24, and on April 18, a few days after tho donth warrant had boon signed and tho day of execution appointed by tho Governor, the city rang with tho news that Hlauoy had escaped from jail. This ho had ac complished by prying apart an iron window bar. He was recaptured tho following day and tho death watch woi immcdlutoly placed over him. Drowned In the Canal. Medina, N. Y., Juno 1U. Irving Mo- Cargo, a son of James McCnrgo, of tho Flower City Life Association.was drowned in the canal last evening. Ho was un able to swin and ventured out too far. His companions were panlo etricken and unnblo to assist him. Throe Killed by Lightning. Haumontojt, N. J., June 13. During tho heavy thunder storm yesterday, Daniel Cross and two of his children were killed by lightning. Ho loavos a widow and throe children. Tho Irish Lund Hill. Losdom. Juno 18. Tho Houso of Com mons has comoleted tho committee etngo of tho Irish Land bill, which will go t third reading on Monday. Tho United Statos lias; of July 1th of this year will havo forty-four stars Wire doors and window screens are in domand. SPECIAL NOTICES. The vestlbuled compartment slcenlnir can recently Introduced ou the Chicago. HI. 1'au, and Kansas City Hallway are models of com- ion, convenience anu luxury. Any patron or me sirepuig eur is euauieu, uy me lnirouue Hon of these compartment cars, to secure tht same privacy and onvenieuce that he would In the best hotel. No other Hue west of Chi cago runs the compartment cars. In odd). uon, inu trainsnre equipped wun tne regular ipen nunnan Bieeper, giving passengers men moice. xne ai -in car service is miiv 1111 u the reoulrements oi modern railway service An excellent cuisine, promptly served amlfl elegant surroundings, at moderate charge. leaves noiuing now to no aesirea. Any orom people contemplating a trip to any part of thi west or noriuweBi cannot possimy secure better accommodations or lower intes than Dy aaaressing w. r. uooiey, uenerai Agent o! me rassenger uepaninem, two unesinui cu. x-uimueipuia, ia, WIIITK l'EAES ANU DAKK CANONS. Colorado Is a land of sharp contrasts, ol brilliant lights, ol Intense shadows; a land where heights and depths 11111I10 obvious the meaning of the word antithesis; a land where every mood in mind can And an ansnerlng mood in nature. The high, white minarets of the mountains, from whose slender pinnacles tloat the wind-blown banners 01 the snow, np- peal with silent eloquence to the lolly aspira tions of the soul: the sombre chasms cleft by tons of the soul; the sombre chasms cleft b L'ltnu forces through irraulte-hearted hill Titan forces through granite-hearted bills within whose depths dark shadows throug and swirling torrents dashsneak to the heart, a language that thrills. Inspires and awes, it does not follow that these glories ol white peaks and those glooms of dark canons pre clude the pleasant Intervals, the sunny meadows or the secluded nooks wherein the tired mind or wearied boly may find peace ful rtBt and reluge from turmoil and toll. To one making a Journey in Colorado, New Mexico or Utah, or tanlng a transcontinental. tour troin East to West, or vieeverm, the Den ver nnd Klo Grande ltallroad otters accom modations equal In elegauce.convenlence and luxury to those uf any other line with the nd ded uttiactlonB of the unrivalled scenery along Its line, abounding in a magnlllcent opulence of white peaks and dark canons. Uhe mouth of November, lbSK), witnessed one of tho most important Improvements in rail road lacllltles that has yet been made in Col orado and the West. The completion of the standard gauge of the Denver and KloGrande ltallroad irom Denver, Colorado, over tho mountains to Ogden, Utah, which five yeais ago was deemed an Impossibility, Is certainly a triumph of daring and cnglueerlng skill. The new line Is by the way of Ltadvllle, tun neling Tennessee 1'ass, threading the canons of the Eagle and Grand Itlvers, giving a view ol the Mount of the Holv Crost. enrnute. Ink. Ing its trains through Glenwood Bprlugsand down the Grand Iliver to Grand Junction. thence to Salt Lake City, Ogden and fan Francisco. Bv this route onalgzlvennnnn. ponunily to behold the magnlncencc of Eagle Klver Canon and the marvelous beauty aud grandeur or the Canon of the Grand, The overland train Is a model in every respect. i-rum iuc engine 10 me insi nrst-ciass coach everything Is bright nnd new, nnd of the most elegant style of workmanship and finish. If any reader desires to know more about thsse stupendous works of nature, write tor). K. Hoonrr, General Passenger Agent, Denver, Colorado, and he will send you, free ol cost, elegantly Illustrated boots, giving a full de scription of the marvels or the 'Hcenlo Lino."- Stanley Wood In the "Great Divide." -o,. mm zmim. Is and will over bo tho -best Remedy for Ront. Tnfluonza. Baokaoho. Fainn in the Bide. Chest and Joints, Nouralgia, Sprains, &o Eefors yea aoed to tray, oltala J-IFREE OF CHARCE-Cft tho valn&ols tooki "Oulde to Health," with I 1 eadorttmests of prominent pnjsiolins. F.AD.RICHTER&C0.V 3 IO Broadway, HEW TUKrV. Q8 Prize Medals Awarded 1 European Homes 1 RadoliUdt,Londonp Uoremberg, Ko&Bteln, Lelpslo. 50 OontS a bottlo, For Salo by i. 1. r. acixtrnv. C. II. UAGJilS'JiUClI, 8HENANDOAH, PA., and otber drucguti. BIG ABATTOIR BURNED. Two Thousnnd Cnrcnsies of Heel entirely Consumed Philadelphia, Juno 15. Tho main building of the abattoir, west side of tho Sohuylkill River, opposlto Arch strpet, Was completely dostroyod by fire oarly lu the morning, and at 8 o'clock th sur rounding buildings had Ignited, the fire men devoting their nttontlon to those nnd abandoning the main structure to its fate. Tho origin of the fire Is somewhat of a mystery. Some sny It started In tho ou glne house, while others ploco it at other points. , Ibree alarms wero sent in, and. soon nosrly all the engines In.the city were nt the sceno of tho conflagration, mere woro several explosions from tho am monia condensers, used in tho refriger ating building, which keep tho tempera ture below tho freezing point tho yenr around, in this store room woro z.uuu oarcasses of beef, which wero ontlrely consulned. Charles Hoecko. n curiosity seeker, was hit on tho head with a flying timber nnd received Injuries from which ho will probably dlo. It is understood that tho total loss, In cluding machinery, building, sheds, re frigerating apparatus and dressed boor, amounts to nearly $500,000. I he lire was got under control nuout 4 o'clock. Tho buildings aro said to be fully insured. HAUNTED BY HIS CRIME. Thirty Years of llumorse Drovo a Iilur- derer tu Sntcldo. I'AHKEnsBuno, W. Va., Juno 15. A ro- tjnrkablo story of remorse comes to light In the suicide of Jesse Dovore, an old nun aoarly 1)0 years old, who lived In the country several miles from tho town of Bridgeport. Forty yoars ago Dovoro murdered n negro, nnd for tho past 80 years ho has been at times tormontod in Imagination with gangs of negroes who pursued him to kill him for his crlmo. About 20 years ago he shot himself through the head in ordor to rid himself of haunting momorios, but recovered. A year or two later he stood on tho bank of n stream and struck himself on tho hoad with a stono, knocking himself unconscious In to tho stroum, whero he would havo drowned but for n passer-by who dragged him out more dead than alivo. Dovoro mndo several othor unsuccess ful attempts at suicide. Finally, on Thursday lust, ho went to tho houso of a neighbor named lsunigaruner, whero ne put up for tho night. After- all tho fam ily had retired, ho got up, secured a ropo, and hanged himself. BURNED TO DEATH. Three aitmibors of One Fntnily Caueht in n Tenement Honso Fire. Nirw Yoiik, June 15. Throe persons, members of ono family, woro burned to death yesterday In a tenement houso fire on uppor Third avenue, Thoso who lost their lives aro: Philip Brady, nged C5; Catherine Brady, his wife, aged 40, nnd their 18-yoar-old son, Phllly lirady, Jr. Tho lire broke out at 5 o'clock In tho morning and caught tho tenants asleep. Tho Brady family lived on the ilfth floor, and from tho positions in which itheir bodies wero found, It was evident that they woro not awakened until tho Are had them surrounded. Their bodies were burned almost beyond recognition. Many others of tho tenants had narrow escapes. Tho pecunlnry loss to the build ing and tenants is about l.,uua Tho Wheat Sprouted In Ills Head. Salem, Pa., Juno 15. Thos. Strotoh, tho S-yoar-old son of miller Ilceve A. Strotoh of Lower Alloway, Creek Town ship, was quite seriously Injured on May 18 by being caught in a holt at tho mill. nnd would have been killed but for tho promptness of his father in stopping tho machinery. Ho has now almost recov ered from tho effects of tho accident, but a few days ago a dark spot was noticed over his eyo. It was carefully oponod with a lanco, and was found to bo a grain of wheat which was sprouted, Tho grain was probably forced undor tho skin whon his head struck a bin whilo he was being whirled around the shaft. Cunnda's New ministry. Ottawa, Out., Juno 15. Senator Ab bott, who was called upon by Lord Stan ley to form a cabinet, being asked as to tho composition of tho now Ministry, Bald ho thought it would only bo proper that tho Houso of Commons should be first taken into Ids confidence. The names of tho members of the Govern ment will therefore bo made known when the House meets to-morrow. Mr. Ab bott's selection Is a great disappointment to the Chnpleau wing. The ex-Senretary of State hod a conference yesterday with Mr. Abbott and then left for Montreal, A We Woollen l'irni In Trouble. Philadelphia, June 16. The large woollen manufacturing firm of Seville, Scuoueld, Bon & (Jo., of Alanyunk, which employs X.UUU hands, is in financial dim culty. Its liabilities will probably reach $800,000. Among the lnrgest creditors are Coats Bros., $85,000, and Chas. Webb, $23,000. The mill property Is worth from 8500,000 to $1,000,000. It now seems probable that John Dobson, Mr. Scho field's son-ln-iaw, will bo made the as signee if an assignment becomes nocos- sary, 1,000 lien Strike. Chicago. June 15. Over 1,000 men en gaged in the architectural Iron trade and Us brandies, including tne metal work ers nnd pattern makers, went on strike to-day for 8 hours work per day at the rate of 80 and &) cents por hour. This doclsion was arrived at a meeting held Saturday night. Tebeuu Managing the Denver Club, Denver, Col., Jnue IB. Tho interest In the Denver llasoball Ulub owned by Mr, van Home has boon purchased by number of prominent citizens, who or ganized for that purpose. Mr. Van Homo was Immediately deposed from tho management nnd Qeo. Toboau, the well known plnyor, was ohoson in his stead. A I,lfo-Sver's llodr lteeovorcd. Erie, Pa., June 15. Tho body of Capt, William Clarke, the keeper of tho life- caving station, who was lost lu tho surf while assisting, tho Badger State, wan round yesteruay. it is bullevod that the body was robbed. V-rinco Dlimareb Slclt. Berlin, June 15. Prince Bismarok suffering from lumbago. ilSIIMRIRiiBlOQD 'HS 'i II !! Hi I mill I II 11 II Mi IB ualM9KMj nnd 11111,11 IP Till: ivimr.it uvwti.-ii -t-,. ,,,,iir ...... W,.. cirecuvecatZruTuso Ho of land's svEnr WATERPROOF THAT BE UP TO THE rJARH Krot to T53ots 1 NEEDS KO LAUfJDERINC. CAN D. WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. LAKESIPE! I'lie finest in the interior of the State. Only available ! health and pleasure grounds the Anthracite in tne -anuiracite region. Tlie natural attractions and magnifi cent scenery of equalled, aud tion and pleasure may be spent in It to advantage. There is gookl fishing and bathing in 1 he twin lakes surroundingtli egrounds. Boat houses will be built on tho lakeside and regattaswill be frequent this season For Sunday Schools, Lodges, &c, The grounds are most suitable for pic - l PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. BOHUTLXIJJ. DIVISION. On and after iVbv. 24, 1800, train lotlt feat Shenaiidoah at follows.1 Por Wlggan, Gllberton, Frackvllle, New Castle, Ht. Clair, and way points, 6.00, 9.1:1 t ui uuu t.ia p 111, sunaays, euu, v.w a m ana uo p m. For I'ottsvllle, 6.00, H.10 a m and 4. 15 p m, Sundays, 600, 9.40 a m ana 8.10 p m, For Keadlng, 6.U0, 9.10 am and 4.15 pm. Sundays. 600. 9.40 a.m. and 3.10 Dm. For Fottstown. Phoenlxvllle. Nnrrlstnwi and Philadelphia (Broad street station), 8.00, v.iu a in. sou Linn 111 weea. aays sunaavs. eoo. .4U a m a.iu n m Trains leave Frackvllle lor Shanandoah a, 10,40 a m and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m. Snndayi 11.13 a m and 5.40 11 m. Leave Pottsvllle lor Shenandoah, 10.15 anC ii.io, a m j. la. p.u p iu. auuuays. iu.fu a n. 0.1Q p m. lieave irniiiuieiDnia iiiroaa street siauoni for Pottsvllle and Shenandoah. 188.8.131.52 a 11 2.10, 1.10 and 7.00 p m week days. Sunday 9.21 U IU UI1U uiv p. III. f or w xors, a.ai, f.va, .iu. d.x, b.ou, 7.50 8.208.3(1, J.60, 11.00andll.l5am,12.00noon,(llm lted express, 1.06 and 4.50 p m.) 12.44, 1.10, 2.30 , 0, 0,10,0(1, o.ou i.io 0,14 uiiu lu.w p in. 12.0. nlcht. JU DUUUU; 0, O.U, U.OU, 0,14, OtOU, O.OU a tn. and 12.49. 8.20 (limited 4.50). 5.28. 6.30. 6.511 4.1a o,i a p in ana 12.1U nignu For sea uiri. BDrine LaKe. lieunar. Ocean Grove. Asbury Park, and Long Branell 8.20, 11,15, a. m. 4.00 p. m. week dayr J'oi) r reenom, a.v , p, m. ween aays. Baltimore and Wasblneton. 8.50. 7.20. 8.8 9.10, lu.20, 11.18 a m, 12.5 (limited express) 3.ii i.u 0.01 Hurw,u p. in., anu i&uj nigni roi Baltimore, nly 2.02. 4.1 1. 5 08 and li3o p. m On Handays, 8.60, 7.20. 0.lllaud 11.18 a. m. 4.4) e.n, 7.40 n m. uMi nignt. Baltimore only D.uo ana ii.au p in. For Richmond and the South 7.20 11.18 a. m (Limited Kxpreos 12.35 p. m.O12.03 night, week Trains leave liarrUbure tor lliuiburc and the weet every day at 125 and 3.10 a m audi 3.00 (llmlLed) ana 3,0 pm. Way for AlloonaL i.ia a m ana 4 a m every aav. For Utsburt only, H.'20 a m dally and 10.3U P m wees aayR. i Lieave Hunhurv for Wllllamsron. Elmlral uananaaigru, uocneaier, unnaioana ni&g&n rtui9t o.iu a iu Quay, huu piu weesuayw Kor iCrle and Intermediate nointB. 5.10 a m dtlly. For Iock ilaven, 5.10, and 9.63 a m dillv. 14 and fi.SO t. m. week dava. Fo H -nova 6.10 a m 1,43 and 6.S0 p m week day&l jiiuH, ui ouuuuya, n.i iu it uiTiYr t ir urnnn W ' -r. jl uvaj.( n uvai in mad'- "An. I'ftPfl A nil -y-JL.MINGTON & SOUTHERN It. IU Trains leave Reading (1. it 11. station) rdr Gibraltar. Heylert. Blrotboro. Joanna. HDrlnit. Held, Wnynesburg Junction, Coatesvllle.Wei 1 Chester.Chadsford Junction. H. t O. Juuctloi , WUmlnKtou and Intermediate stations, dull ? except Sunday, at 6.25 and 8.80 a.m. and 8.1 5 p, ra, miuany oniy at a.ua p. m. For Warwick. St-Fcters and Intermedial station s.dally except Sunday, at 9.2U a.m., auU 5.19 D. 111. Sundav onlv 8.15 a. m. I For Blrdsboro and Intermediate tliitlon. FuiUlUUjr tflll, ui 14 ui. i-or imunncire nuu wasnincion tu. a u, i 11.) dally except Sunday t 0.25 nnd 8.30 a. lit. and 8.15 p. m. Sunday .ly at 8 05 p. va. I Trains arrive at Beading U' . tatlotl) from Wilmington, II, O. Junction, Moul. c-banln, Uhaddslord Junction, West Chestei-, iuape, uoaiesvuie, VYaynehuurg junciion, tjpriugneia,Joanna,Blraiioro, uiuraitar, se) fen and Intermediate stations, dally exeei Sunday at 10.20 a. m. 5,52 and 8,17 p. m. Suit- any only at u.il a. in. From St. Peters, Warwick and Intermedlat stations, dally except Sunday, at 8.23 a. ui HIIU I. IU. DUIlUHyUlliyHlVll. HI. From Blrdiboro a ad Intermediate statloni Saturday nnl? at l. A n. m. From Wanhiigto; I and Baltimore, dally ex) cept Sunday, 10. 'V i. ro, 6,52 and 8.17 p. ml Sunday only at 1. 'i.i t . m. BOWNESC t?' 'GG8, Gen'l 1'ass. Ast, A. Q. McCAUH; All V, Bupt. l'luar the roMriirxior, HKHJIITnN Tim I3YKS, swkhtun tih; imnATn, TONE THE HTOMAnir. nTrm'T.iTiT?! rvrtjp i.tvrn inn iwti,.Vr. PodophyHin Pills COLUR on CUFF V CAN BE RELIED ON ;lQl3llt! to 3315toolojjt! 1 11 -- BHARl THIS MARK. t BADE mark. Summer Resort, Pic-nic and Pleasure Grounds ! T AKESIDE (East Mahanoy Junction) mid- Li way between Mnhanoy City nnd Tama qua, now managed by a new stock com pany, will be open to the public within a few weeks, and dates can now be secured, A number of societies have already been booked nnd others wishing desirable dates should make application without delay. Under the newmanagement many Improve ments will be made, some of them being now under way, that will make It 7ib plc-nlcand pleasure grounds of the region, A large dancing pavllllon and a trotting park aro among the new additions. The best horses In the Btnto will be secured to run or trot thlsseason. the place are un a day of recrea - nlcs and outings. For dates and other Information, csjsllon or address, O. A. KEIlVl, Excursion Manager, 1 HHENAMlt),VH, I' A. films & Bro. Chamber BetB, Bedsteads, Bureaus, ChlllonlerB, Wash Stands, Couches, Dressing Cabinets, Wardrobes, Armolres, Sideboards, Dining Tables, China Closets, Dining Chairs, Buffets, Smoking Chairs, Card Tables, Mirrors, Sofas, Tea Tables, Parlor Suits, Lounges, Divans, Easy Chairs, f arlor Cabinets, Easels, Muslo Cabinets, Piano Chairs, Hall Stands, Settees, HallTableB, Fancy Tables, Wood Mantels, Book Cases, Writing Desks, I T U Secretaries, Book Cabinets, Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines, E BEDDING UPHOLSTERY GOODS BOTTOM PRICES. P. Williams & Bro SHENANDOAH, PA. WATER OF LIFE. A newly discovered M1NMIAL WATEIt. the use of which will supply important ele ments necmury to health. It will cure Hie Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, and all Bowel and Bladder diseases. It will dluolve calculi and rtmove them. Itremoves thHiirlnniMri rrnm the blood and thus destroys Malaria and viiuiB. xi cures uriKui'H aiBease, ana is es peclally recommended for people advanced In life, and for general dehllli v. Knr uniinutit nrt proofs of this send lor pamphlet giving full particulars, to J. 11. l'EHHY, Water ol Lite mi-i Duuiu Aiaia kv., wiutes-jiarre, fa. MladelpMa and Heading Bailroadi Time Table in tBect Man JO. 1811 TBA1NS LEAVE SDENAND0A11 AS FOLLOWS n ,W0,I 'V'a 1'hlladeiphin, week days, 0?-?S' 7s" " m' hd 12 85 2.10 and o.M m. Hllnd.1V 2.10 null 7 1. a Ka S. n' !ift.M5u,c4,.Chnnk, week dajB, 5,38, in ? 2 nnA Philadelphia week days, nnday, 2.10 and 7.m a. m ' '0?8.Mp7mbUrE' week dRy"' al0'7'!0 a m'' op. m. wn week tBJr''' 7,20 v W" 13M z.ajiM and 86 p.m. Sunday, 2.10 and 7.IS r 7maffl .2,n1 Mahnoy city, week or Mahanoy fchy. week d? 7.00 v.m. ' ,xl'zmm. ""nml'ln. week flaye, For WllllarnRTioA.. Hnnhnr.. , weekdays, 8.25,' 7.20 and ll'SB In TT.i . m. Sunday 8:25 h. m. ' ' "w ror Mahanoy Plane, week days. 2 10 a 35 46,70 and 11.8'J a. m . 12.30, lS, lis,' ouano p. m. Bnnday, 2 10. u.2 5 and 1 or Ashland and hhamoklu, week days, i ,''73 m- 7.00 and ,3S r-KAINH miiiHHtn.tiiuiiu, Leave New Ynrlr -vln Philnrtinhia ,.Aw lays, 7.45 a, m 1.30, 1.00, 7.30 p. m' 12.15 dght. Btinday,B.t)op.,m..f2.l5nignt. i.te ixew iorK via Manoh Chunk, week lays. 1.80. 8.45 a. m 1.00 and 4.03 p. m. "!;??anm-. 1l J53-ew) P-m'lrmiroaa .na Callowhdl and 8.a5 a. m. nnd 11.30 p. m. from nth ana ureeu streeta. Sunday K0S a. u.. u. n. v. mi uuui yi.it nan i--een. ijve iieaamg, wees days, 1.81. 7.10. 10.1& aid. 11.50 a. m., 6.55, 7.57 p, m. Sunday 1.35 ana Leave FotUvllle, weok days, 2.40,7.40 a.m., 2.3(, 8 11 p. m. Sunday, 2.40 a. m. and 2.U5 1. in. lieave Tamaqua, week days, 8.E0, 8.48 aoo 2 1 u. in., 1.21, 7.13, and u.18 p. m. Sunday 8.10 , in. and 2.50 p. m. Leave Mahannv (;it.v. wnuir itav. r in. am ind 11.47 a. In.. 1.51. 7.4Jnnrt 41 n 'm knn. lay, 8.40 a. m 3.20 p. to., uvaB mnuanoy i-iane, weeic oays.x'J.l.tu ,30. 85. llifl a. m..l.l.5. 2.00. 5-20. ti va. 7.S7. nun lO.O'Jp. m. Sunday Z4'i, 4.00, and 8.20, a. m. .7, y. tn. Leave Uirardvllle (KaDDahannoek Kifltlnn iveek days, 2.47, 4.07, 68. and Ml a. m 12.0x u.o, o.o, o.vo auu m.uo p. m. eunaay, i,tv, ,2?,8.2aa.m.a41p. m. ' Leave Wllllamsport, week days, 8.00,9.45 ana 1.55 a, m. 3.35 and 11.15 p. m. Bnnday 11.15 ', in. For Baltimore. Washington anil the wt la B. & O. R. K., through trains leave Olraro .I j""t BKiuu. 1 uiiuuciium, ir, n x., iv. it 4.16, 801 and 11.27 ft. m 1.84, 4.24, 6.55 ana i.23 p. m. Sunday, 4.18 8.02 11.27 a, m 4.2 i.65 and 7.23 p. m. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION. Leave Philadelphia. Chestnut street Wharfl nd Honth street Wharf. For Atlantic Cltr. Weok-dsys Kxnrei8 t:uo u. iu. and 2.00. l.fUl r. Bl. Af.M,m.nnila1lnn CM n m Ann P.m. Sundays. Express, 9.00, a. m. Accommo lntlon, 8.00 a. m. and 4.80 p. m. Aeiuming, leave Aiianiic uuy, aepot cornet tlantlc and Arkansas avennes wetk-davu -Express. 7.30. 0.00. a. m. and4.U). n. in. Accommodation. B.U0. 8.05 a. m. and t:.ia (.30 p. 111. snnaays. express, 4,uu p. in, Accommoia lou, 7.80 a, m. and 4.80 p. m. O. O. HANCOCK. Qen'l rass'r Ae A, A. MOLKOD. fres. & Uen'l Hammer. Lehigh Valley Railroad. ABItANQElIKNT OF PA6SENQER TBAIN8. -MAY 10. 1691.- Passeneer trains will leave Shenandoah fcr Mauch Chunk. Lehlghton. Slatlnston. Cata- sauqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Phil. adclphlaaudNew York at 5.47, 7.40, 9.08 a, m.i ViOit 0.1U, 0.1 p. Ill, For llelvldere. Delaware Water Gan acc Stroudsbnrg at 6.47, a. in., and 5.28 p. m. k'n, lnn,hlilllnDnil Tin,n.. U,M n m For White Haven. Wllkes-Barre and Pitta'. ton 5.47, 9.08, 10.41 a. m., 8.10 and 66 p. m. or mnanannocK, iu.ua. m a.io ana o.xt . in, LTn. Inhrin. Tfl.nnn. flnnnn n M A T .nMn 10.11 a. m and 5,2tl p. m. r nr ijaco vine, xowanua. cayre, waveriy. Chlcairo and nil points West at 10.41 a. m..anrj 6,28 p, m. For Klmlra and the West via Salamanca at 3.10 p. m. f or Auaenriea, iiazieton, stocaion, Lum. her Yard, Weatberly andPenn Ilaven Junc tion at 6.47. 7.40. 9.08a. m. and 12.52. alO ana 5,28 p.m. or jeanesvuie, Levision ana ueayer Meadow, 7.40, 9,08 a, in. and 5,28 p, m, r us ovraiiiou u. o.ti o.vo, lull ti, ui, o.iv lulu 5:26 p. m. For llazle Brook. Jeddo, Drlfton and Free land at 5.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41 a. in.. 1252 3.10 and! 5.23 p. m. For Quakake at 6.47 and 9,08 a, m., audi 3.10 p. in. For Wlggans, Gllberton and Frackvllle at 5.50 and D.0S a. in., and 4,10 p. m. For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Deiano, 5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, 10,58 a. m.,12.52,3.10,5.26, 8,03, 9.21 and 10.27 p.m. f orijosi ureea, iiraraviiie anu Asniana. 4.27, 7.48,8.52, 10.15 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10, 6.35, 8.10 and 9.11 p.m. For Darkwater, St. Clair nnd Potlsvllle, 7.40, 9.08, 10.58 a. m., 12.62,8.10,4.10, 6.26 and 8.03 p. m. f or ancK Aiounuun, isew iioston and Morea. 7.40. 9.08. 10.58 a. n... 12.52. 8.10. 6.23 and) 8.03 p. m. For Ilaven Hun, Centralis, Mt. Carmel and Shamokln, 8.62, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.40 ana B.ua p. in. Trains leave Hhamoklu tor Shenandoah. 7.65 11.55 a. m., 2.10, 4.80 and 9.30 p. m., arrlvlne at Shenandoah, 9.05 a.m., 12.52. 3.10, 6.26 and, 11.10 p. m. For Lost Creek. Uirardvllle and Ashland. 8.50, 9.10 11.85 a. m., 2.45 p. m. For Darkwater, St. Clair and PottsvlUe. 6.60, 8.00, 90 a. m.,2,45 p. m. For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano. 8.00, 11.35 a. m,, 1.40, 4.40, 6.03 p. m. For Lofty, Audenrled and Ilaileton, 8DO a m 1.40 p, m: r or aiaucn lhuqk, i.euiKnuin, oiaiiusiuu. Catasauqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and New York, 8.00 a. m., 1.40 p. in; f or ruiiaueipuia, i.w p. in. .B. BYINGTON, Gen'l Pass. Act., Bethlehem: Tinn't. foriret that this Is the onlvrnrelvvei-. table and effective blood purifier known. Uea lor oou yours iu uinzn,anu iwo years tested In this country. It abtolutely neutral izes and removes nil Impurities of the blood, whether ol scrofulous or speclno origin, in herited or. acquired, and Is the only reliable remedy, Contains no mlueral, and has no failures and no relapses. Sold at Klrlln's Drug Store, Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa. 1 lwiiiaueiitly curt i l.y lUULADEM'nj .iA. Kae at ouce, no operation or luu of tiuiti fT..ui t'uMiuM. Capruuuunceilla curable by omoi a u Ante J. bwtiil for Cf rciuar. CURE G'JARANTEED. oatsuSafmix For Olruravllle (liappahannock Htatlonl 12.3o, 1 35, njo, 655, .OO and ,25. p. m. Bundayl 2vU . 2 . 7.48 n. m.. S.(H n. m. " - Tliousiut.i ii. , HI5