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PtJBLlBHKI) DAILY AND ivVKKKLY, H 0. B0VEB, Editor and TuWlshor, W. J, WATK1NS, Local Editor. subscription rates: DAILY, per year - Wxuklt, per yr ,. .0 . l an tCaUrod at Mm I'tiBlce,- ml Shenandoah, P. for transmission mruoin tnauu. M Kccmil elnm mull mrttr. IM'HLIHHK.,) DAILY Alpl) WMKIC1A'. Colliery Bntflneer Pookot Book The Colliery Knuineer Co,, Sorjnton I'r., Publishers. This Is r convenient voi mo of over 400 paa printed on flti" paper with clear new typo, thus enablinji tb imblUhers to furnUh a vast amount i matter In handy shapo. ThU book hat been especially prepared Jur the uiit of colliery officials awl minert who have lon lelt tlie WHtit of a convenient and simple referents book, conUiniuKTulu and tablet specially adapted to tlieir u.. It is a text-book for the miner who if f tudvintr the principles of ventilation, min ir.ir, etc., and the most convenient pocket' book for tho mlnlnf? engineer, suneriiilen dent, or itber colliery officials It was nol tiretiared for colleiro erndUHtes, and anj intelligent man can urtdor'lanil Hip princi plo and rules contained in it. No othet book is required by tho student for a mine foreman's certificate. Tho following among many other sut Jects, are treated on In full : Arithmetic; mensuration; weights anc moasuros; strength and weight Of inateriale; proapcctiiiR; timborinn; methods of work inn; cafes; ventilation; colliery machinery surveying; mino railways; steam; faults; electricity; square; cubos; square roots, and cubo roots: sines; tangents, etc., traversf tables, etc., etc. llrmnrl In rlnth ti Ml Hound iu flexible leniher, rouml corners.. 2 r Bound In llexlblo leather, with flap 2 76 Oh, What a Cough. Wlll I'ou heod the warning? Tho slennl ner- lintirt of Die sure anorOHCh of 1 1110 sure approHCii 01 mni more ter- rlble illefte. Consumption. AsK yourselves If you cau n flora (or tlio sake of wiving .") rvmlfi. Iji run Iho rink, lllld do nothing forlt. We know from experience that Milloh's (;uro will Cure vonr Cough. It neVfr lulls. Tills explains why more than n Million Uot'lm wi.ra n!d lhn rotst veftr. It lclleves Croiui and Whoppluc I'oiiKb nt once Mothers do not be without H. For Inline Hack, Hide or Olinst, UHoHhlloh's i'orous l'lftstrr. Hold liy O. II. Ilaueabueli. N. E. corner Muln und Lloyd siroeU. Oardon voRotnbles sro ReltinK to yory plonty and quite cheap. bo Tho Groatost Striko. Amonz the crcal strikes thnt of Dr. Miles In discovering his Siw Heart Cure has proven lihelf tu he one of tho most Importuut. The demand ror It has Decomoa.ionismug, Alrnadv iheLrHiLtmenl, ot huart dlHfaetsbtf lng revolullonl7ed, and many unexptcled cures cllected. It noon relieves short brcnth, llniloiliiL'. iialus In side. nrm. shoulder, weak nud hungry spells, oppression, swelling ot auKies, smoiucring ai.q uenn uropsy. ur. Allies' bonk on Heart and Nervous Ulhcntes, Iree. The nuequaled New Heart. Cure is sold au guaranteed byC. II. llaBenhncli.thodrug Elst, also his Hestorallve Ncrvlno for liend nche, nis, sprees, hot Hashes, nervous chill, opium habit, etc. This is a good time of tho year to pay jour dolinquontsubscription. To NorvouB, Dobllittvtod Mon. If you send ua your address, we will mail you our illustrated pamphlet oxplain Init all about Dr. Dyo's Celebrated Klocti'o Voltaie Holt and Appliances, and their charmint; eflocU upon tho norvous de billtatod system, and how they will quickly restore you to vigor, and manhood, l'araph lot freo. If you aro thus afflicted, wo will ond you a Belt and Appliances on a trial. Voltaic ))kiv Co., Marshall. Jlich. lUllroails oxpoct a brick summer ox ur cion business. Office of J. M. 1! Hoiiinson.1"2 Kast ISOth st. 1 Kesldencn, 685 KatH3 sireet. J Nkw YoliK, January 81, 18WI. Alva's Ilrazlllan Hrecllle Co.-Oenilemeii Having snllered for the past two yenrs with rheumatism, ludlgostlon, sore throat, nuda wjmpieie oreamng uown ut xuy wouie system 1 was Induced falter ticallne with sevtra pronilueut doclors) lo try tho Cactus lllmd Cure, which 1 contlmied to use for about thirty days, since which time I have been en. tlrelv Ireelnmi the above-mentioned troubles, and have more ambition today than any time In the past four years. 1 can heartily recommend ine same lo any one navingiue eame tioub es. J. M. II. KOIIINh-O.N. Bold at Klrlln's Drug Btore.Keuuson Home jiiock, nneuanooau. Anothor warm wave may bo cxpccted'in u few days, A Ouro for Constipation and Hoadaoho. Dr. Silas Lano, while in tho Kocky Mountains, diacoverod a root that when combined with other herbs, makes an cafcj and cortain euro for constipation. It is in tho form of dry rootB and leaves, and Is known as Lane's! Family Jiodicine. It will cure sick headache. For tho blood, livor and kidneys, and for clearing up tho complexion it doe wondore. Druggists sell it at CO cents a package Tho camp meeting season is rapidly ap proaching. Ask Your Frlenda About It. Your distressing cough can be cured, AVo know it because Kemp's Ilaham 'within the past few, years has cured so many coughs and colds in this communi'.y Its remarkable title has been won etitlrolj by its genuine merit. Ask some friend vho has used it whUift thinks of Kemp's Balsam. There is no medicine so" puro. none so effective. Ltn Kettles 60o and 51 at all druggists'. Tlie gl oriout old Fourth of July will ba the noxt legal holiday. Bhlloh'a Oousumptlou Curo. This Is beyond iiuekllon the Ii osl suc cess! ill Cuitvu Medicine v e huti ev rsnld. a frwdoe luvarlably cure Iht hckscioI CookIi, Croup, and llfonchllli', while lt vton clerfn' sucoen In the cure ol C''iisuiiiptlnii ! wltbout ntirallel In the bictory of nxdldne. first rtltocnerv it las bent ioIiI on n guarantee, a test which no other medklue can stand. il you have a I i liub c ramtMly try It. Price II) rent. 6" ci m, and fl.tO. It your Lung re sore, C lit ht or liack lame, use Mhllnh's l'orius IMaster. f-otd bv U. H. Hogenbucli, 14, K. comer Slain and xuoyd slreeU, J Hie Olfitirntrfl Anflnvor case. IVistos. Juno 23. The supposition lias been general that.' the celebrated Atiilo vercaso had -beep decided .by tho full court and that Judge field whs preparing tho oplnlpn. H la now possible, how ever, UlFll. IUU f tru Judges Allen and Devetis have died since the caio Was begun, and Chief Justice Field ha not xat since January, owing to 111 health. In any ovent, no depipion will be reached for at leant a year. So .Kplileiulc at Scaurlcht. SEAnnioiiT. U. J., Juno 28. There is ono calamity wnicn mis umunuiinie place has beei BpaiHl, that la an opl- demio. Of coure such a hium of nun--would speedily have prtml lkne, but tho measures taken to uinnteeinieiu uj tho committee hae prevented tlil ami thctenr-only thtwrtiKht- ohmh of - 111 iiom In the town. What trie DVb bursts say of Heiskell's Ointment. Wli'pn wo nrc nkll to lft'tniHimenil ft prepara tion fur sin aimmwa litum uui HktmM.i.'s Ointment, wltti ewry cnnO'lvnm of liasuocusn- fill triwtuH'nt of Uw 'llmww. J, C. Itk.un K, 5 Muln St., IluUer, Pa. 'I hfHl-tl SUlllnK; IjMSKKtt'H Oi.MoeT foreltvsn yvan. Halves uiilNefMil suilsntciloia H will cure Tftthm. - ....... (1. W. lUcKKNHKBORB, Balnbrldfe, r- We l(v VvMence of the cumtlv prnportif of Hkukkulh oi.niuk.s i liere. It in nooi" relfitb1 trtotifMmt" 1'i.kmino A EHi.Ffi,Tarentum. Pn. In' nil skin illwnsMi I tnviirtelily rtuoiunntj JIU8KKLL'8(J1S(IMF.M' J. J. Km., WmrnBhure. Pa. TlKisKrt.T. Ointment cuns win n nil elw falls." McClkm-an A ItKKii, Kri'i'iiort. Ta. HRrnKWIX1! fllNTMKVT sells oh lis own merit " II. it. Hilton. Klttauniuu, To. APOLLO WAS A PERFECT UhU. FEhFECT ID FORM I-MATCHIESS 01 WAKI &t Aoiiou vera tha aDafBDUfor atalvartncn IhtA puny doji ai una wcrt puiioaiaia. Everr HAN can b 6TR0N11 ana viuu&uus in au reipecu, YOUNQ MEN OR OLD, tniTtrlnir from NERVOUfl DE HII.IT7. T.mt af Falllnur Ll&tl' hood, fbrilcftl ricMin, Mental Worry, Btuntti Development, or ntr PERSONAL WTAKME83. can be reetored to FCAFE0T HEALTH aid the NOBLE VITALITY of STR0HQ MEN, the Pride and Power or flationi. We claim by years of practlco by our cxrlualvo mpthnrtn a uniform Ji AOletioBiof Men. Teallmonlalii 1 ' frrm 60 Htfttps and Territories. OUR NEW BCOKp'daMltW It whlla roacAn. Full Izpl&satlona for SOME TEEAT tiATebaenbyiii. RaAdtnrtaitlmonUla. AddrailAtonca CRlt YIEUICAb Wa DUrrALU, NaT SPEOIAJj NOTICES. The vestlbnled compartment sleeping can recently Introduced on the Chicago, lit. l'aui mid Kansas City Hallway are models oi com ion, convenience ana luxury. Any pairou oi the sleeping car is enabled, by tnu lutrodur Hon of i hese compartment cais, to secure Hit Barne jirlvary nnd onvenieuco that he would In the best hotel. No other line west of Cht cago runs (he compartment cars. In add lion, the tralusaro equipped w ill tho regulni open Pullman sleeper, giving passengers iheli choice, 'f no dl lug car service Is rully up K the requirements oi modern railway service Au excellent cuisine, promptly served umlu elegant surroundings, at moderate charges leaves nothing now lobe desired. Any ofoui people contemplating a trip to any part of iht weBt or northwest camiul roslbly seeur belter accommodations or lower rates thai. by addressing v. 1'. Cooley, uenerai Agent oi me i'nsscnf:er ucpnrinieni, &it uuejiinuiai., Philadelphia, Pa. WHITE l'KAKS AND DAItK OANOKS. Colorado Is a land of sharp conuasts, ol brilliant 11k Ms. ot Intense shade ws: a laiid where heights and depths make obvious ,i tio meaning oi ine worn uniimesu: a lanu where every mood In mmd can nnd an unswei-lnir mood in nature, ine nigu, wane minareisot float thu wind-blown bunuers oi the snow, ap peal wuu sueni eloquence 10 ine louy uspir.t tlonsof the soul; tho sombre chasms cleft by 'ritntl fntr..M tlnnilL'li r'riitillH.liej.rtprl hllbi within wlioso depths darK shadows throng nnd swirling torrents dashspeak to the heart, u language that thrills, Inspires and awes. It does not follow that thoe glories of while peaks and those glooms of dark cnnonB pre- cttiuo mo pleasant internets, ine suud meadows or the secluded nooks wherein th tired mind or wearjed boiy may nnd peace, lul rest and reluge Horn luriiKiU and toil. To one muklug a Journey In Colorado, Nw .Mexico or Utah, or taxlug a trauBcontinentfil' lour irom u.ai-1 10 wesi, or viccvema, ine xien ver and Hlo Urande Hnllroad oilers accutn utodatlous equal lu ekgauce.convenience and luxury to those of any other Hue with the ad ded utttaeilous of the unrivalled scenery along Us line, ubouudlng In a ningulilcejit opulence of while peaks nnd dark canous. The month of November, lbW, witnessed one oi ine mosiimponani improvement in rail' toad Incllitles that has yet been made In Col orado nud the West, Tlio completion of the standard gauge of the Denver and KioGrande juturonu irom iienver, Colorado, over mo mountains to Ogdeu, Utah, which Ave years ago -hum deemed an lmposblblllty, is certainly a triumph of darlug nnd engineering skill. 'Ihe new Hue Is uj the war ol LeadvlUe. tun. uellngTennes-ee I'nss, threading the canojis of ihe Faglouud Or.ml Hlvers, giving a view ot the ilountof Ihe Holy Oro&, enroute, tak ing Us trains through Glenwood Hprlugs atd down the Grand Hlver to Grand Junction, Ihonce to- Hlt Lake City, Ogdeu and Bm Frnnelfcco. lly this route one is given an op portunity to behold the magnlflceuco of Eagle Hlver Canon nud the marvelous beauty and grandeur of the Canon of the Grand. The overland tin'.n Is n model In every respect. From the engine to tho last nrst-clnss coach everything Is bright nnd new, and of Vie niml elegant style of workmanship and Ilul.u, , If auy reader desires to know more about (hese ktupendous works of nature, wrlle toH. K. Ilooprr, General l'afcsenger Ageut, Denver, Colorado, and he will Eend you. free ol cost, eleguntly Illustrated booss, glvlntr a full de scription of the marvels of the ''Ucanlo Lino."- Stanley Wood In the "Great Divide.' Genuinely HI la and will ever bo tho best Homody for IEUMJ 3iif TnfliianRn. Uankaoho. ' PniriH in tho side. Chest andi Joints, Neuralgia, Pprains, &o Eefors you aul to Day, obtain. the valtuble WV'Galjlo to HMlth," wi tllj eauorifiinjavB pi iuuiuiuoui pujgiiumBi sADhR!CHTEK&C&. 10 Broadwayi NEW TOIta I'riie Medals Awarded! 'Ettropeaa Hoqiaet Koi3olt(it,Lnndon, BDJtmDIIir. &OUWIII UOIPB10. 50 Conts a bottle, For Bale by J 1. I. J. 3CI.TtrN, SHENANDOAH, PA., and other drueslita. 0 A WA wtw AN IMPOSING FEAST. ' Tho Ceremonies lerformetl nt Ilonnparte'a 'WeiltUn llanqnct , After the marrintro of Nnnolofm nnd Mdrln Louisa tho ' city of i?aris truva tliom n snletulcd banatct. which Cant. fjoignet describes ; lu hit "Narrative." Ho was on duty nt tlio llotol do Villo, wlicro tho bnnriuet was served, with a ifitittd of twcntytfrcnudlors. Tlio table was liorScsliooVBhaped, and around It vt ere placed armcliairu. Tha dishes wore of aolid crold. When tlio. mtiBtor of ceremonies announced "tho 'emperor," llonap.rtb-ontored, followrx) by liia Avifo and flvo kings. Ilavlna seated hiinfsou at tlio tnule, tho cm. peror lfiade a bljfn to tho guoste to taky their places. ' ' 1 1 As soo.n as nll weroseatcd tho tnblo was cleared, as is usual at frrcut din ners', " nnd every dish was carried Int an adjoining; room whero the carvers dlfl their work, llehltltl eacli'ltlnjf thcrfl were three fodtmoit about a step from 6ho another. Other footmen comraunl catd with carVers, and passed the plates without turniutf mora than hall Why round to get thent. Vhen a plate canto within roach of a 14lnj(f, the boail footinali presenteil it to him, and if ho shook his hcud the jilato was Withdrawn and another brought immediately. If tho head did not movu tlio footma-n placed the plate in front of his master. Not n worn was bnoken Kach napkin, as soon as once used, disappeared, the footman slipping: in another. When tha banquet was oyer5, a pile of napkins lay Imhlnd each chair. No one was permitted to speak c.v copt when tho emperor addressed him "That may bo ItnpoBlnir, but it is nol at nil jolly," Is tho captain's comment Youth s Companion. A Blatter of Economy. Business Man (furiously) What do yon mean by kissing my daughter? Underpaid Clerk (meokly) I desired id show my appreciation of your daughter's loveliness, and kisses aro the only things I could afford to give her. N. Y. Weekly. Ilev. Ttarr to bo Arrested. Lakcastkil Pa., June 23. A wnrranl has been issued for the arrest of Eov. N. A. Barr, of Adamstown, this county, whe is charged with sending nu abusive postal card to Kov. Sir. Sperry, of Cleve land, 0. The prosecution Is the out growth ot tho Jioymian right In tho Evan gelical Church. ltalfour loMukn r Statement. London, Juuo 23. Tho Times says thai Chief Secretary Balfour announces thnt ho will make a statement, soon in ref erence to communications with Mr. Par- noil as to ntlvaucing money to erect dwellings for laborers in Ireland pond ing the operation of the Laud Bui. Moving Tlmbor and Logs. Look Havcx, Pa., Juno 23. All thq timber and logs along tho river will, it is thought, bo brought along by tho heavy rise In the stream caused by the rocent, heavy rains. A flood six foot deep is re ported from Clearfield. KI11..1 by Lightning. EiumA, N. Y. Juno 23. Philip Corner, of Wollsuurc, was struck and Klllou uy lightning Inst night as ho was looking out ot a window of n big tannery at that placo. Tho buildlug was not damaged. Wlint the Soldiers Cost Pentiaylvaula, HAimisnuita, Pa., June 23.. The total amount of expenses for the maintenance and transportation of troops during the coke reglou riots was Jj,U."J.U. Death of llrlgadlor-Qonoral Illanctrtl. New OnuEAxa, Juno 23. Brigadier- General Albert years, is dead. O. Blanchard, aged Oi AVenther Indleatiotm. WASIUaTOI, Juno 23. For Now England and Uostern Now York: Fair; warmer: south' westerly winds. For Now Jersey: Fair: warmer; southwost" erly winds. For Wostcrn Now Yorfci Fair; warmori southwesterly winds. NKW YOUK SIA11KBTS. Nnw York. Juno S3. Monoy on call loaned easy ut 'H and 3 per cent, BONDS. Closing CInj Saturday To-day 1B01 lleg 100 100 4WS, 1891 Coup ...100 100 4 a, 1007 Iteg HOW 118ljt 4 s, 1007 Coup 118i 110J.2 STOCK JIAUKETS, Cloelns Clo'lni Saturday To-day Canadian raeino 7ii to r,ttit litiifin nnu nt Chicago, llur. & Quluoy. hOM 89, Bolawaro & Hudson l'-'RVft 1" Del., Lack, it Western 13SM 1:105, Erie m V.ria Tirof...i CO .SO l.ukaBUoro HWU; 1U0U Louis. &Narii.... 73)1 Wlcniitun Lemrai eu ou Missouri l'oclllo. , ASH U75: New Jersey Central 101) lOOli Northwojtern 103J$ 101( Oroiron Navitnltton 70 71 l'aclilo .Mttll. 3D 3S lteading 31H 30 Hock Island 73 71 St. I'utll Ul 03; Union l'aclilo I4!; 45 Western Union.,., 81 70i PRODUCE MARKET. July. Aug. Sept. Wheat 101l 101 a 102)1 luril,,, ,.....,, taQ tJ-. Oats 44 MERCANTILE EXCHANGE. Rutter In more demand and iteady. West- ern extras. Inc. Chenje - Dull. State, factory, new, full cream, choice whltn. 8lc. LVss Quiet. Stute ftosh, 17)6 c.ul8a WCiUltll 1IVSU, IlLUIJIjO. Effects of Colors Upon tlie Insane Effects of variously colored lights on lnsano persons have been observed by tlie director of the Ililan Insane asylum. A melancholy patient in a rosy light' Improved perceptibly in twelve hours. In twonty-four hours ho called for food, although for many preceding days nouf- lsluncnt had been administered to him' against his will. Thereupon tho di rector had rooms furnished in solid col ors and confined patients In them. Green and bluo were found to be tho most quieting, rose tho most cheering" and red tho most exciting. AU tho pac tients in the asylum will bo confined) hereafter In apartments furnished In colors -to suit the nature oi their mala ilea. every WATERPROOF THAT CAN BE RELIED ,ON , , ISfot to SnPll-t ! ro-t to Pisoolor! lEARJ THIS MARK. BE' UP TO THE MARK WEEDS NO LAUNDERING. . CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. LAKESID The finest in the interior of the State. 1 Only available heal th and pleasure grounds in tlie Anthracite region. The iiutural attractions and liiiignill- cent scenery of the pluce aro un equalled, und u day of recrea- Hon nnd pleasure may bo spent iu jt to advantage'. There is good llshing nnd batliiup; in the twin Jakes surroundingthegroundR. Boat houses will be built on the lakeside nnd regaltnswill be frequent this season For Sunday Schools, Lodges, &c, riie grounds are most suitable for pic - Information, call O. A. KEIM. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. SCHUYLKILL DIVIBION. and after Nov. 24, 1890, train will tem Shenandoah a follows: For WIggan, Gllherton, FrackvlUe, Nev 'astle, Ht. Clair, and way points, 6.00, 9.1. m and 4.15 p m, Sunday s, boo, 9.40 a m and 5.) 0 p m. Kor rotuvlllo, 6.00, 9.10 a m and 4. 15 p m. Bundays, 600, 8.40 a m and 3.10 D in, For Ueadlng, 6.00, 9.10 a m and 4.15 p m, Bundays, 600, 9.40 a.m. and 8.10 pm. Kor Pottstown. Phoenixville. Morrlstowi ad Philadelphia (Broad street station), 6.00, ,iu a in. anu 9.13 1 4.15 p m week days Unndavs. 600. o, v.u a m .iu p m irains leave rxac&viiie lor Duenanaoan ai D.40am and 12.14, 7.42,10,09 pm. Bundays 1.13 a m and 5.40 p m. Leave foitsville lor Bhenandoah, 10.15 anO 1.48, a m 7.15, 9.42 p m, Hundays, 10.40 a it i.lB p m. Leave Philadelphia (Broad street station) ir Pottavllle aud Shenandoah, 6.57,10.25 a m 1.10, 4.10 and 7.00 p m week days, bunday 9.2S int anaiaup, m. For' w York, 8.20, 4.05, 4.40, 55, 6.50, 7.80 -.208.30. J.60. Il,00andll.l5am,12.00noon,(llm ted express, 1.06 and 4.50 p m.) 12.44, 1.40, 2.80 ..204, 5, 6..6.80, 6.50 7.13 B.li and 10.00 p M, 12.01 'onHundays1, 3.2d, 4.05, 4.40, 5.35, 8.12, 8.30. 9 Jh a m. and 12.49, 3.20 (limited 4.60), 5.28, 6,80, 6,5( '.13 3.13 n m and 12.01 night. For tiea Uln, Hpring Lake, lielmar, 'cean Groyo, Ashury Pork, and Long Brand. J.20, 11,15, a. ra. 4.00 p. m. week dayr lfoi freehold, 6.V; p. m. week aays. Kaltlmor. and Washington, 3.50, 7.20, 8,31 i 10, 10.20. 1 1,18 a m, 12.v5 (limited express) 8.41 4 416,7anl.7.40 p. m., and 12.03 nlehL Fo ilaltlUiore. nly 2.02, 4.1 1, 5 08 and li5o p. m On Sundays, 3.50. 7,20. .10and 11.18 a. m. i.il 4.57,7.40 p m, 12.03 night. Baltimore only 1 08 and liisopm. For ttlchmond and the South 7.20 11.18 a.m., Limited KxpreBS 12.35 p. m.,)12.03 night, week, lays. Sundays. 7,20 a. m., 12.03 nlgnL Trains leave Harrisburg for luistmrs ano .be west every day at 12.25 and 3.10 a xa and i.00mted) and 3.40 p m. Way for AJtoona, i,15 a m and 4.10 p m every day. For Pittsburg only, 11,20 a m dally and 10.20 m week days. Leave tsuuburyilor Wllllamsport, Elmlra, Janandalgua, Rochester, Buftalo and Niagara falls, 6.10 a m dally, and 1,43 pm week days. Vor Vatklns, 6.80 p m week days. For Krle and Intermediate points, 6.10am. dally. For Lock ilaven, 6.10, and 9.53 a m. dally, 1.34 and 5.30 p. m. week days. Foi Kenovafi.10 a m 1,43 and 6,30 p m week days, .iua. m aunaays. 1HAS. F. FUU1 J. R. WOOD, Hen. Pass, Act Oen. Man'r -7-ILMINGTON & NOB.THEKN It. It. Time table in effect May.VS, 1891, Trains leave Reading (P. . 11. station) for Gibraltar, Beyfert, Illrcitboro, Joanna, Hprlng neld, WayneBburg Junction, CoatesvllIe.Wesl Chester.Chadsford Junction, B, a O. Juuotlon, Wilmington nnd Intermediate stations, dully except bunday, at 6.25 and 8.80 a.m. and 8.16 p, m. Hunday only at 8.05 p. m. For Warwick, Bt. Peters and Intermediate statlonB.dally except Hunday, at 9.20 a.m., and 6.19 p, in. hunday only 8.15 a. in. Kor Blrdshoro nnd intermediate stations, Eaturday only, at 12 m. For Baltimore and Washington (B. A O.K. It.) dally eieept Sunday at 6.25 and 8.80 a. in. and 8.16 p. m. Bunday only ul 3.05 p, in. Tialns arrive ai Heading (P. & It. Million) Irom Wilmington, II, & O. Junction, Mont ehnuln, Chaddslord Junction, West Chester. Inape, CoateBville, WayneBburg Junction, Hprlngneld.Joanna.Blrdsboro, Gibraltar, Bey fert nud Inteimedlale statlonB, dally except BunOay at 10.20 a. m. 6.62 and 8.17 p. m. Bun aaj uiuy hi. ii.-t a. in, From Bt. stations, dally except fctinrtiiy, at 8.2J a. m. aud 2.25 p. m, Sunday only at 6 p. m. Front lllrdhboro and Intermediate stations, Baluiday only at 1.40 p. m. From Washington and Baltimore, dally ex cept Sunday, 10 20 a. in. 6.62 and 8.17 p.m. Bunday nuly at 11.21 a. in. BOWNKWH DKIUUS.Gen'lPass, Agt A, G. MCOA UBLAIS D, BupL For LOaXcrFAIMNQ UAtfllOOD) Of neral and 1IERV0C8 JltHIUTYl Wi.alrn.Banf rtadvandlfflnil. tfeCt. lilof llrror.orElcetJtilnOMor Yourl, tlr..Vl'liV. III, lDKaUirH01tUXS riUTS ui ou J. iWil.lr .f.lllDi IIOSB IIIinjltvT-U.a.Oti la.dij. tltm ta.llf from 60 Stjitai d raralto Countrlaa. Writ, tkaia. nclolLtl. Ka, .nlaaatloaftad proflfa nallad (laalad il-Jfa "Han ErtlE MEDICAL CO.. UUFFALO. N. V t COLLAR or CUFF E! Slimmpn fjp:nrf Pir-mn vuiuiiwi nesuri, ricnw and Pleasure Grounds! T AKKSIDE (East Mabanoy Junction) m!d- .Ul way between Jlalmnoy City nnd Tama qua, now managed by a new stock com pany, will be open to tho public within nlew weeas, and dates can now be (ecured, A number of societies have ulready been booked nnd others wlbhlng desirable dates should make application without delay. Under tho uewraanagement many Improve ment" will bo made, somo of them being now under way, that will make it tlio plc-nlcand pleasure grounds of the region. A large dancing pAvilllon and a trotting rnrk aro among the new additions. The best hurses lu the Btnte will bo secured to run or trot tuls.season. nlcs and outings. For dates and other on or nddress, Excursion Manager, SIIENAKDOtn, PA. Williams & Bro. 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For undoubted proolsor this lend lor pamphlet giving full particulars, to J, It. l'KUItY, Wafer ot Lite co., si Boutn Main Bt., wiiKen-uarre, ra. FIRE INSURANCE I Lirjtit ul llitil Btllt.le Firt! Cut Cimjuliil Bepreaentea by DAVID FAUSTii IX Bt Jardln 8Uet, B1IKNANDOAH, PA PhiladolpMa and Eeading Bailroad,' Ttmt Tnbtr. In effect May 10, 1891 TRAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS Kof New York via Philadelphia, week days, 2. 0 9.25a t.'S m. and 12 Si 2.60 and 6.M m. Hundav 2.10 and 7.4s n. m. Vnr Mm ;orl, viaMauch Chunk, week days. 6.2Sa 'm, p. m.'and'12.Iand2.f0p. m. or Ileadlnz alld Phllndnfnhla null itiaa. 2.10, 5.25. 7.20 a. m., 12.35 zSo and 6.5i p. m. .uuaay, a.iw ana , a. m, For Harrlsburg, week days. 184.108.40.206 a. m.i 0. 5.65 p. nu (or ABeulown. week davn. 7.20 i. in. 12.35 2.3,2.60 and 5.6$ p.m. Hpnday, 2,10 and 7.48 Vor Tamaaua and Alahano'v nitv. week 'ays. 2. 0. 8.19, 7.ae, a. m.. 12 31 2,10 and 5.SS i. m. Sunday, 2.10 and 7.48 a.m. Additional or Mahanoy City, week days 7.00 i. in. ,itr Lahcanier and Columbia, wutk fluva. Ja.io.t2.t0p,m. ror wjuiantspon, nunouryana Lewisourg, rfbefc days.8.2i, 7J and 1L3J a. m.,1.35, 7.&0 ' m. Sunday 8:25 . m. h or Mahanoy Mane, weekdays, 2.10 8 35, 1 M and 11.33 a.m.. i.Xi. IS. iffl s.. 1 7.00 nne i.-2b, p. in, HuLday, 2.10, 8.25 and 7.4a a. m. vop. m. For Glrardvllle (Rappahannock Htatlon) -ek dave. 2.1H. 11.21. 5.25. 7.iKl nnd 11 !U u ill.. 12.85.185. a.W.().56.7.0iloud9.25.l).m. Hundav. 2'i0 2 ,7.48 a.m., 8.15 p.m. vor Ashland and bnainokln. week davs. .21,5.26,7.20, 11.31 a. m., 1.85, 7.00 and ,20 xn. snnoay a.'ii n. m., .uo p. m. X'llAlJNH HOB HUKNAXDOAU! . Leave Hevi York via Fhlladelnliln. wpV light. Munday, 8.00 p.m., 12.15 nleuL Leave New Xork vl.i Maneh chunk, week My.4.8U.8.45a m 1.00 and 4.0J p. m. Leave rhlUideinliia. wes davs. 4.10. and 10.09 a. m. 4.00 "tin 6.00 p. m., from Broad ,ud rtallnwlnll und S..1" ji. ni. nnd 11 '41 t. .n. from 9th anci urwu bireets, uunday 9.0S a. m.o p. m. from tn am -u. Leave tteodlug, wtea days, I B), 7,10, 1U.C& n.; a. m., 6.65,7.57p.m. tmudny 1.35 ana Leave l'otuvme, week days, 2.40, 7.40 a. m.. .2.30, 8 11 p. in. Hun day, 2.40 a. m. aud 2.05 p. m. Leave Tamaqua, week days, 8.20, 3.48 ana 11.2 1 u. in., 1.21, 7.13, and U.1S p. m. Uunday 3,10 i. in, and 20 p. m. ieavo jiauanoy iuy, weetv uays, s.u, icd 11.47 a. m 1.51, 7.42 and 8.41 p. iu. Bun day, 3.4(1 a. ni., 3.20 p. in., Leave Mahanoy 1'Inue. week days.2'4J.liu il.30,9J5.11.;0a. m.,1.05, 2.C0. 5-20, 82ti,7.57, ana 1U.O0 p. m. Uunday 2.1 , 4.W, and 8.28, a. m. Hi, p.m. jeave uiruruviuo ixutppauunnocK OLauon week days, 2.47. 4.07, 8.30, and U.41 a. in., 12 05, 3.12, 5.28, 6.32, 8.03 and 10.06 p. m. Hunday.2,47. 1.27, 8.26 a.m. a Up. In. Leave Wllllanisport, weekdays, 3.00,9,45 ana lL55a.m.8.35 and 11.15 p, m. HundftyUI5 p. m. ior Baltimore, Washington and the weal ' viail. & O. K. K,, through trains leave Ulrura Avenue station, Philadelphia, 11?, & li. It. K.) , -it 4.16, 801 aud il.27 a. ni 1.31, 4.24 , 6.65 an ; r,23 p. it . Hunday, 4.16 8.02 Ui7 a, m., 4.24 I LDoano i.aip. m, i Leave J?ailadelnhla. Chestnut Utreet hart 1 ana tsouth Utreet Wharf. vor Atlantic citv. Week-dava Kznrebs 0:00 a, m. and 2.00. 1 1.00 p, m. Accommodation, 8.00 a. m., 6.001 aunaays.iXpret,s, v.w, a. ux, Accomii lAtlnn. M.00 a. in. nnd 4.80 d. m. ueiurntnE. leave ALiauuo iity. ueput comes i Atlaulioand Arkansas avenues. we&k-aayt -Kxnress. 7.30. 9.00. u. m. and 4.00. p. mil Accommodation, 6,00, 8.05 a. m. and i.SO 4.30 p.m. a ounaayH. iLxpress, i.uu p, m, Accommoaavi lion, 7.80 a. m. ana 4.30 p. m. t U. . HAiiCOOK, aen'l 1'ass'r AgtJ A. A. jaoijii.uLi. j'res. ik uen'i Aianacer. Lehigh Valley Railroad. ARRANGEMENT OF 1'ASSEKGER TRAINS. MAY 10. 1891. PAAbfmcrer trains will leave Hhennndnnlt fn Miuich Chunk. Leblghlon. Hlatlimtou. Cataai sauqua, Aiientown, ueinienem, tusiou, run adelphla and New York at 5.47, 7.40, 9.08 a. m.? l.D, O.D p. IU, (I For Belvldere, Delaware Water Gap and HirouasDurg ai 0.4, a. m ana u.-u p. m. For White Haven. Wllkes-Barre and Pitts. ton a.47, v.w. io.4i a.m., 3.10 ana oza p. m. For Tunkhanuock, 10,41 a. m 3.10 and 5.21 n. m. l. or Auourn, imaca, ueneva anu anu uyono lo.ii a. in., ana o.m p. m. For Laeey vine, Towanda. Bayre, waveriy,' Kimira, iwcuesior, liuuato, Niagara i-aus Chlcaeo and all points West at 10.41 a. 5.2K n. m. For Imlra and tho West vlaBalamanca at' 3.10 p.m. i or iiuaenrieu. iinzieion. iocaion. x.um her Yard. Wcatherlv and Penn Haven JunoJ Hon at 6.47,7.40, 9,08 a. m. and 12,52, 3.10 ana 9.26 P.m. i For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and Beaver! Meadow, 7.40, 9.0S a. m. nnd.5.26 p. m. For Bcrauton at 6.47 9.08, 10.41a, m, 8,10 an D:op. m. I'oriiazie urooa. jeaao, uriuxm ana r . laud at 5.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41 a. In.. 122 8.10 ; 5.20 p. m. rorvuaauae ai o.ti ana v.uq a.m., oiiu 8.10 p. m. For Wlggans, Gilbert on and FrackvlUe at 6.50 and 9.08 a. m and 4.10 p. In. For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Deiano, 1 6.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, 10,58 a. m., 12.52,3.10,5.28, 8,03, 9.2i aud 10.27 p.m. For Lost Creek, 31rardvllle and Ashland, , 4.27, 7.46,8.52, 10.15 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10. 6.35t . 8.10 and 9.14 p. lu. i For Darkwater, Bt. Clair and l'ottsvllle. ' 7.40, V.08, 10.58 a. in., 12.62, 3.10, 4.10, 6.26 and 8.03 , i or lines jviouniain, ivew iosion anra ' Morea. 7.40. 9.08. 10.58 a. m.. 12.62. 8.10. 5.26 and) , 8.03 p.m. : , For Haven Rnn. Centralla. Mt. Carmel audi f Bhamokln, 8.52, and 10.16 a. m., 1.40, 4.10, ana e.ou p. m. ; xrains leave nnamoain ior nenannoaui 7.55 11.55 a. m., 2.10, 4.30 and 9.30 p. m., arriving! i at snenanaoan, 9.05 a. m., 12.52, i.iu, b.'JU ants; i uao p. iu. BUIH1JAX TKAIAH. For Lost Creek. Glrardvllle and Ashland.? 6.50, 9.10 11.85 a. m., 2.45 p. m. For Darkwater. Bt. Clair and Fottsvllle, i For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano. , Q flit 11 Qt n M 1 Aft A ,1, il ,11 n M '1 , o.uv, .x.uu n, u.,, ...v, i.m, u.vj au. ror iuiiy, Auaenriea ana iiaxieion, d.iai In- in., a.up, iu: ForMauch Chunk. Lehlehton. Slatlntton. I Catasauqua, Alleutown, Bethlehem, Kaston i ana new xora, e.wa.m., i.iiip.m; r or riiimuetpnia, i.w p. in. c. B. BYINGTON. Gen'l Pass. AkL, Bethlehem, Nature's triumph over disease. Without anl equal, wimouia rivai. Alter sue years' e-i i peneoeu iu uruzu nnu iwuyeorn' nieaiom vtn I In this countrv. ucknowledt-pd ihn tlrtttanca'J oniypurtiy vegeianio anaenective neuuui- izerana erauioaiur oi scrotuiouB ana spectua oiouu puiBouu lauutvit, no mineral, noian- urea, uu loxui'sen. Sold. nt. Klrlln's Drug Store, Ferguson llqiel Slock, SiermnaWi, FaA HOUtt Uill - tnit by i in 1 - nit il ulu CURE G'ir t