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1'0Mj!SI1H1 DAILY, SUNDAY EXCiUTKD 11, C. HOY till, Ddtlor and 1'nlitlnlier. IC.ir. J. WATKTSH, J.oenl IMtor. ALL THE NEWS FOR ONE CENT ThtMl'SlTTXa 11 Hit A LI) hat a larger cir culation In Shenamloah than any other jXiper published, Jtookt (.pen to all. cubscription rates: daily, twr year - ts in Webkly, ir year 1 6c Entered at 'Ma Pmtoffloe, at Bhenandoah, P ft for transmission thronghthe malls m Mieomt alwM mall matter. LAKHSIDH DATES. Figures Demonstrate the Popu larity of the Reeort. July 20. Girardvilla 1'. M. Sunday school. July 21. German societies of Heading, Sbamokln, etc July 28. Wm. Venn Sunday Khool. " 21. St. Nicholas Sunday school " 27 .Temperance liand, Shnnun doali. July 28. The Washington llook & Lad der Company, nf Mahanoy Oily. July 2B Trinity Iteformed Sunday school, of Shenandoah. July 80. Young Men's Kepublican Club of Mahanoy City. Aug. 8. KnglUb Baptist Sunday school of Shenandoah, Auk. M. 12. Sunday school of Mah anoy Plane. Aug. 6. M. E. Sunday Ttehool, Ashland. Aug. 0. Bvatigelioal Sunday school of Mahanoy City. Aug. 7. Welsh Congregational, Maha noy City, Aug. 8. SI. 12. Sunday school, Uilbor- ton. Aug. 10. M. K. Sunday school, Girard. villc, and Union Sunday., school, Lost Creek. Aug. 11. Welsh Baptist, Congrega tional and Methodist, Shenandoah. Aug. 12. Lutheran missionary festival " 18. Bpisoopal Sunday school of Mahanoy City. Aug. 11. M. E. Sunday school of Ash land. Aug. 15. Eisteddfod. " 17. Lutheran Sunday school, Of rardville. Aug. 18. English.Baptist.Sunday school, Mahanoy City. Aug. 19. M. E, Sunday school of Sben. andoah. Aug. 20. Trinity Koiorraod Sunday school of Mahanoy City. Aug. 26. English Lutheran,'. Mahanoy City. Rocky Mountain Curo. Tho druggists claim that people call daily for tho new cure for constipation and sick headache, discovered by Dr. Silas Lano while in tho Rocky Mountains. It if said to be Oregon grapo root (a gresl remedy in tho fur Wost for those com plaints) combined with simplu herbs, and is mado for use by pouring on boiling water to draw out tbo strength. It sella at 60 eents a package and is called Lane' Family Medicine. The man who likes all sorts of weather as what ho wants this summer. Hold It to tho Light. Tbo man who tolls you conildontiallv uet what will curo your cold is proscribing Komp's Balsam this year. In tho prop aration of this romurkabls medicine for coughs and colds no oxpeneo is spared to combine only the best and purest ingredi onto. Hold n bottle of Kemp's Balsam to the light and look through it; notice tbo bright, clear look; then compare with othor remedies, l'rico 60o. and $1 The nights have boon cool enough far for sleeping comfortably. thus To Nervous, Debilitated Men. If you send us your address, we will mail vou our illustrated namnhlnt nTiilMin- Ing all about l)r. Dyo's Celebrated Electro- voitaic uoit ana Appliances, ana tnelr charming ofiecls upon tho nervous de bilitated system, and how thoy will quickly restore you to vigor, and manhood. Paraph lot froe. If you are thus afflicted, wo will end you a Belt and Appliances on a trial. Voltaic Bbiv Co., Marshall. Mich. Not infrequently it suits tbo tailor to indulge in cutting remarks. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. iitm is ticyona nuesiion the most nao cohoiui ikiUKii jvieuiciue we imvo ever coin, u lew uoeM luvarlably cure the worst cases oi Cough, Croup, and hioncliltls. while Its won derful Hiiooess lu tho cure of Consumption is without a jiarallel in the history of medicine. Ulnae lt'K flri-tUlsoovery it lias lien sold on a guarantee, a teat which no other medicine oau Bland, li you have a Cough wo earnestly Rk you to try it. l'rloe 10 cent. 60 m nUs, and ci.iu. ii your i.anga are horo, Lin-si or linen i Blue, use finioii H rorouK 1'insier. Isold by P. IJ. Jlavenbuoh. N. E. corner Main and l.loyd klreeU. Dog days. Miuzle the canines. The Secret of Suoeees. ,0. H. Hagonbuob, the drniigltt.bellevee that the morel of aueceu Is leraeveranee. Theie ruie he peraUU lu keeping the must line of yuiuiuerieii, louel r llclen, uonirietlce, driiRi louei RNlclen, eoeirietlos, drugs ana euemi wit on me market. Ileespeclaly Invite all neraonn who Iibva nainifafin Miort breath, weak or hungry spells, mlu hi kldeitr Hboulder, opprewilon, nlghtniare, dry cough, Man; iertug, dropsy or heart dliWe lieioreltU loo late, ft has tue largest kale of uU) free. Ii. Mllen' KeMuralive Nervine u uniurpMsed for a eepleamiess, liesdache, nu, etc., and it eon talus mo opiates. August and bay-fever come on apace. A Hueband'H Mistake. IIu amis too olltm permit wives, end par enutelr children, lo Miner from beadacbe, dUulBeM, neuralgia, eletplersnesK, nu. ner voutnuM, when hy the use of ir. Mllee' Itestoratfve Nervine such serious results could easily be prevented Druveltts every where my It gives unHersal Katlnrxoilon.aud Jiai.ar imoiense sale. Wooduoith A Co., oi Korl Wajoe, Inil.; Know 4 fo., of Byracuse, N. v.: J.U. Wolf, Hillsdale, Mtch.inud bun. d'fdeot others say '-li 1h the greatest seller they ever knew. It contains uo opiates. '.Trial bottles and tliie book ou Nervous lilseases, free at C. U, llugenhucli's. OUR NEIGHBORS. Important Itoms Takon From tho Frackvlllo "Itom." On Monday tho Peuiwylvtuila road tried an experiment on tlio heavy tirade between Morca and St. Clali that nettles nil controversy as to Ui, elllclcuuy of tho air briiko on coal trains. An eugmo witn a train oi ;io numbers of large coal hoppers with air brake equipments was started from Mnren, on a grarilaiitof 100 feet to tuc mile, with very satisfactory results. Tli u test consisted or slow aim iasi running and In each case the engineer liau perfect oontroi oi nil train. ai nronuhlmr Wuck Water station the aneed was verv nearlv 40 miles nu hour and yet the ouglneer passed the station under a perfect c introl as though he had only two or three puis- saucer cars attached. The result Is vnrv iimiorlnnt to coninaiilea Workllli' on heavy grades and It is HUely that the Pennsylvania will lead the way by equipping its coal cars with airbrakes. To tho men worklnir on these grades tho result is likely to reduce tho dan gers of their vocations to a minimum Tho Board of Trade Is about to start a factory that will employ 60 young Kills, it Is only toe initiatory, auu u those who can, and should, perform their part, our youug people will have an omiortunitv to leurn ahusiness that pays them well and adds greatly to the welfare or the town. On Monday 'l nineon match was ar aimed at ''liillle" Taylor's between William Reirtm and Peter Borl rutin . of town, to Bhoot at 11 birds each on the 15th of AiiKUSt for $150 a side. The auroemeut calls for 21 vards rise and 00 ards boundary. This is the largest stakes that have over been vtagotl on nnv local match and the Krone interest manilesteu oy wio teverai irieausoi tho resncctlvo principals promises lots or money Doing piauuu on tne contest On Wednesday evening four little stria left their homes on Railroad ave nue to piay in mo ueiu in irout oi their homes. The little ones by means of a chair succeeded in ciimoing tit one of the mauy trees there, one llttK tot lour years o n neceuti ui; to tne top moil limn, a tu tauuo oi auotii a ieei. While playing at. this distance from the urouud the little une lost her hold and fell lietttlluuu to the ground. Parties who witnessed the accideut Here horrified, expecting the llttleou to be killed, hut to their ast Hiishmcnt the little tot merely complained of liitio pain and toddled home more fiighteued tliun hurt. Ills now clven out that as soon ns tho lVnnsy completi's Its own line to Frackvllie. there will bo a Junction at Head of Grade and a line across the Reading above grade and run vi Locust Summit to Its Northern Central brunch. The contemplated Readin branch over the same route has been abandoned for aline from Suydertown to ilarrlsuurg which K is said will ac complish -the same purpose. That is very encouraging news which wo hear, tho news that th uorth.of-the-mountaln towns are to have big improvements in their mail service. If this is in line with th scheme which tho Ithm originated and published a month ago, we shall be very glad and somewhat proud The Schuylkill Press Association had a delichtful trip to Harvey's Iiak through the courtesy of the Lehigl: Valley company. How would a elm liar trip to Eagles Mere strike th scribe-? The Reading Railroad Com pauy will take the hint if Messrs, Zerboy and Rarron but give It utter aticc. If, after tho discovery of so much wealth lvinir in the earth about us this town fulls to realize any benefit therefrom. It will bo the fault of th men of tho town themselves. If men of means wont take a hand In devel oping our resources while others throw cold water on an plans ever proposed then certainly nothing win he nccom pushed. What a Prominent PhyBlclan and Chemist says After Analysis and Practical Test. Dr. J. Lyiter, formerly of Jlellevue Hospital Medical College and Luny Jilanil College, .r.,r Avj,k, uuuuci mi. tow. Alva s Brazilian Speclflo Co., OWalfstr.et. Gents: The samp o of your Oleum Blood Cnre, which I bought for analysis, I havo subjected to a very thorough tert, andean tlud not a single Hate of mineral or mercurial pioparatlon lu It whatever; nnd, as I have M ..... Vmur n.lnk..lK lOnil nau consineraoio oipenenco in nsconstuu. tional l-IIVct in certain diseases already known to you, i consider It tho safest and best vegetable uioou puriner in mo mumot. Yours respectfully, U. J. f.YSTElt. hi L.. SI. D. Sold at KIrlin'H Drug Store, ferguson liouse uiock, auenauuoao. SPEOIAL NOTICES. WHITE PEAKS AND DARK CANONS. Colorado Is a laud of sharp contrasts, ol brilliant llghte, ot Intense shadows; u land where heights and depths make obvious the moaning of the word antithesis; a laud where eyery mood In mind can nnd nu answering ruood in nature. The high, while luluarolH of me moumuiaB, nom wnose sicnaer pinnacles liiwi rue wiuu'Luowu winners ui inesnow, ap peal with silent eloquence to the lolly aspira tions or tne lioui; tne sombre cliasinH clea by Titan forces through granite-hearted hills nlihln whose depths darlt shadows throng and swirling torrents dashspeak to tile heart it n language mat tnnus, inspires and awes. does not follow that these glories ol white pe'HKs anu inose gioorDsoi aaric canons pre clude the pleasant Intervals, the sunny meadows or the secluded nooks wherein the tired mind or wearied bo.ty may And pear, ful rest and rcluge from turmoil and toll. To one making a Journey in Colorado, New Mexico or Utah, or ruling a transcontinental tour from East to West, or vice versa, t he Den ver and Klo Qrande Hatlroad olb re accom modations equal In eifcgsjce, convenience and luxury to those of any 1 her line with the ad ded attractions of the unrlvulled scenery along tin line, abonudlug iu a luagullloent opulence of white peal " and dark oauons. The month of November, 18W, wllueteed one of the most Important Improvements lu rail road facilities that ban yet been made in Col orado and the West. The completion of the stan dm d gauge of the Denver and HioUrunde ltullroud from Denver, Colorado, over the mountains to Ogdeu, Utah, which Ave years ago was deemed nu impossibility, is certainly a triumph of daring and engineering skill. 1 he new line is by the way ot Uadvllfe, tun neling Tennessee fuss, threading the oanons or the Kagleand Urend Rivers, giving a view ol the Mount of the Holy Cruea, euroute, tak ing its trains turouth Ulenwood Bprlngsand down the Orand Jllver lo (Jrand Junction, thence to Bait Ijrke City, Ogdon and Han Francisco. Ily this route one is given an op portunity to behold tho magnificence of Eagle Hlver Canon unrt tho marvelous teanty and grandeur of the Canon of the Grand, 'the ovfrlaud train Is a model in every respect, from the engine to the last Srst-class coach everything Is bright and new, and of the most elegant style of workmanship and finish. If any reader desires to know more about these stupendous works of nature, write UH. K. iioopir, Oeneral Passenger Agout, Denver, Colorado, and liewlll send you. free ol cost, elegantly Illustrated boots, glvlne a full de scription of tho marvels or the '-Boenlo Line,"- Stanley Wood lu the "Great Divide.' TOO MANY. Clinrlr IV. Wright, Well-Kuotvii Musical I'rofrKitor, Accused. six years ago n prolossor of named Clmrlos W. Wright went to Holly Spring's, Miss., wbure be pro cured employment teaching private classes. Being to all appearances re ligiously inclined he wns employed s musical professor 'at Mra. Clark's fashionable femalu college, and began to pny court to Mrs. Clark's hand Rome sixteen-year-old daughter. Con- ?reBsman Manning, then living, took lie trouble to And out Wright'! his tory, and startling information was re ceived from the Amerlenn minister at oltihlo. Oermnnv. that Wriirht hud de sorted ills lawful wlfo and child at that place. His attentions to JHbs Clark continued and Mrs. Clark discharged the profeBtor and sent her daughter to Texas. Miss Clark recently disap peared from her uncle's house, and, as Wright was known to be in Texas, u dawned upon her relatlvos that they iou eloped, J ho couple procured a marriage license at Cisco. Wright dis covered that a clergyman eould be found at a cowboys' camp a few miles distant, and they repaired thither without delay. The sheriff of Cico was notified and started in pursuit, but the professor and Ida intended reached the eaiap first, Before the minister oould ti the knot, however, the slierilf was oa tho scene. Texas cow boys are nothing If not gallaat, and uiov stood uio snerut s posse ore wmi six-shooters while the minister made Miss Clark wife No. 3 of Prof. Wright. Shortly after tho couplo went to Mem. phis, where liey llvod together until Miss Writrht was about to become a mother and proceeded to her mother's homo at Holfv Springs to give birth to tne clilld. Wright was engaged at Memphis as organist for the fashiona ble Episcopal Calvary church, but dis appeared, louring his wife and many creditors in ignorance of his where abouts. Prom there he wont to I lenvor, from Denver to Seattle, and from tho latter place he blow into tiulvchton Texas, last sprintr. He was there em ployed as organist oi St. John s Episco pal church. A church entertainment was gotten up for tho benefit of tho UalvcBtou liOHpltnl. Wright wns made treasurer, out lie. instead of the hospit al, proved the beneficiary. Ills pu&t C. W. WlilOHT. SIIR6 CLAIIK. record leaked out after he failed to turn over the proceeds of the enter tainment nnd Wrieht ciulotly decamped. During bis atny in Seattle he gained the affections of Miss Ida Vincent, Northwestern belle, and an engage ment followed. Ho confided in a vounir muslulan named Floyd at GalveRton, and confessed that he was about to wed imss Vincent During ull these years Ills wife at Holly BPriuirH has been titetuliast, in ner tie- votion, refusinff to bolieve tlie many fctories ntloat. Slie has remained with her mother, firmly believing that her faithless, husband would yet return The authorities of Seifttle havo been notified and be will flually wind up his career in tho penitentiary. SnwteH'rVlfeDond. The wife of Isaac Sawtell, now In prison under scutenco of death at Con cord, N. H., for the murder of his brother Hiram, at Hochester. died tho other day ut the asylum for the lnsano, of which institution she had been an lnmato for many years. Snlllvnii In .11 n l-Me. A woll-known sculptor of Jiew York has just finished a marble statue of John L. Sullivan. It stands three feet fn height and weighs 1(10 pounds; it is an artistic model uud represents tbo champion lu fighting attitude. The Fair and Contract Labor. Washington, July 18 The Attor-uey-Qeneral has rendered an opinion that skilled empkyei of foietgn exhlb Itors of the Chicago Exposition, who came lu good faith for the purpose of setting up and operating the machinery of such exhibitors, are out side of and not subject to the contract labor laws nf the united StBtes. The same opinion Is expressed with refer ence to clerks, stall keepers and other persons coming to tho United Slates for the solo purpose of aiding foreign exhibitors. The Attomey-Geueial says: 'This would seem, in all fairness, to be tho clear and reasonable Intent of tho legitlation us affecting the great Exposition enterprise nnd harmotiy with the spirit and purposes of tho not of Congress approved April 25, 1891, provldlug for the due and proper cele bration ol the four hundredth anniver sary of the discovery of America by Christopher Cniinni'io.." POOR FOOLISH MENl COFTRIGBTES TAKE A WOMAN'S ADVICE AND U6C WoiiTsAGMEBIacking AmwnlflMnt Ileen Illreek I'nllnli, which Us t. on Meg's boots a week, and tin Women's n Month. 25 Dollars worth of New Furniture for 25 Cents. HOW? By painting 25 square feet of Old Furniture with WOLFF S RANDpLFK, Philadelphia, HE LOVED WILL CURE EVERY FORM . Senator's Opinion. ; Hon. Eugene IULk, Un.tctl 3ti.u. S i utor nxm Mnliic.v-t.b a llfo-lomj frl-jcd and ; eompBUlon of Dr. Win. H. Btmvn. fin emf.loyed U:a ini.tes: nu iiy j hi. 'I opportunl S tlos of observing him ut I1I3 prnottoe, a ad . o:jsldorl him one of the ablest rnon of ht-i Z time. Mr. Hale hud ocoalrin. firtAr Mw i .... w r.t r-w. Rn.n... i.!,uhtnwn..atii,n 5"""" wuuiioq, niier ioe u.'iuri or vr. crow:;, u u-e n:s preparation of "HarsaparlUa, and sent a message fmm V-litn.t..u r,'.i cttc th.it a ease 01 tne k.-wu J family modiolus be forwarded, which wns con-irll'd wlthlat once. It due won sir, g Haloaoknowledgca thoraoelptof th Brown's UarsaparlUa, and r.t the same tlmo said : si 1 APHII.Z2, 18S0. ; If this preparation was only a common mixture, we should not call your attention 5 I to it, but It Is unlllso any other ever formulated! lias boon In uso by eminent physi-S ; clans for years, and Is to-day tho best remedy, in overy sense of tho word, In tho world, 5 S for nil forma of kidney, liver and blood diseases, and never falls to cure. Now is tho s S tlmo to cloanso tho eystom, purify tho blood, revivo tho liver and give tone and eltts-" ; ticity to tho whole body. You can do It wltn a bottle of ! At all Druggists 1.00. 0 bottles for s.OO.w 1 DON'T take Something else 'ost as Rood," IT IS NOT.t ARA Warren A fin.. 8nl Pmrirtp.tnrs.nnnmr. Mft t sverv WATERPROOF f " i THAT BE UP TO THE MARK KEEDS HO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. Lohigh Valley Railroad. AKBANOEMKKT OF 1'ABSENOEIt TItAINB. -MAY 10, 1891.. Passenger trains will leave Shenandoah foi Mauch Chunk, Jjchlgbton, Blatlncton, Cata sauqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Iiaston, rhll adelphla and Mew York at 6.47, 7.40, 8.03 a. m., 12.62,8.10, 5.28 p. m. For Belvldere, Delaware Water Gap and Btroudsburgat 5.47, n. m., and 5.20p.m. For Lambertvllle and Trenton, u.OB a, m for White Haven, Wllscs-Barre and Pitts ion 6.47. 8.08, 10.41 0. m., 3.10 and 550 p. m. ForTunkhannock, 10,41a, n 8.10 and 5.2t p. m. For Auburn, Ithaca; Geneva and and Lyont 10.41 a. m and 5.2U p. tn. ForLacoyville, Towanda, Bayre, Waverly Klmlni, Rochester, itullalo, Niagara Fails Chicago and all polnta West at 10.41 a. m.,ond 5.2H p. m. For Klralra and the West vlaHalamanca at 3.10 p.m. For Audenrled, Hazleton, Btockton, I.um. per Yard, Weatherly and Penn Haven June lion at5.tr, 7.10,9,08 a. m.and 12.62, 8.10 and 58 p.m. For Jeanesvllle, Levlston and Beavei Meadow, 7.40, 8.03 a. m. and 6.2)1 p, m, ForBcrantonat6.47 8.08, 10.Ha, m. 8,10 and 5:26 p. m. For Hazle Brook. Jeddo, Drirton and Free, land at 5.47, 7.40, 8.08, 10.41 a. m., 1Z52 8.10 and 5.28 p.m. For tluakake at 6.47 and 9.08 a, m and 8.10 p.m. For Wlggans, GUberton and Frackvllie at 6.60 and y.08 a.m., and 4.10 p. m. For Yatsvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano 8.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, 10,60 a, m.,122,3.10,5.26, 8,03, 0.21 and 10.27 p.m. For Lost Creek, 31rardvllle and Ashland 4.27, 7.48,8.62, 10.16 a. no., 1.00,1.40,4.10, 6.35 8.10 and 9.14 p.m. For Darkwater, Ht. Clair and l'ottsvllle, 7.40, 9.08, 10.53 a. 111., 1Z62, 3.10, 4.10, 6.26 and 8.02 p.m. For Jinck Mountain, New Boston and Moroa, 7.40, 9.08, 10.68 a. m., 12.62, 8.10, 5.26 and 8.03p.m. For ltaven Hun, Ccntralla, Mt. Carmel and Khamokln, 8.62, and 10.15 a. to., 1.40, 4.40 and 8.06 p. m. Trains leave Hbamokln for Hhenandoab, 7.65 115 a. m., 2.10, 4.30 and 9.30 p. in., arriving at Shenandoah, 9.03 a. m., 12.52. 3.10, 6.28 and 11.15 p.m. SUNDAY TltAINH. For Iiost Creek, Glrardvllle and Ashland, 8.50, 8.10 11 .85 a. m., 2.45 p. m. For Darkwater. St. Clair and l'ottsvllle, 5.60, 8.00, 0J10 a. m., 2.45 p. ra. For Yatesville, Alahanoy City and Delano, Bim, 1JJK a. m..l.40, 4.40, 8.03 p. m. Fur Lofty, Audenrled and Hazleton, 8.0 a- nr., 1.10 p. m: For Alauch Chunk. Lehtghton, Blatlngton, OaltiRauquH, Allentown, Bethlehem, Kastoi and New York, 8.00 a. m., 1.40 p. m: For Philadelphia, 1.40 p. m. Jfi. B. BYINGTON, Uon'l l'ass. AirU, Bethlehem. FIRE 1NSUEA2TCE I Uitil ui Olitil Sellable Pmilj Cut CiijiiIh Represented by OAVlBFAUSTfi 120 0, Jardin BUeet HEN ANDOAH. PA mtol L08ror VA1IJNO HANHOODl jOf ner) and NKIIV0U8 BtBILITK 1 Kutuial, fct-bl UiMIOUU fully tttklorcil. Hon tonUr hn& fetr31lil)nKAk.l aUKtXLUrxUUIfOAIlDArAttTHUtriiUUIa ibiolu(l nafiilllav HOaU 'IHKiTBEM-liiotflli In ft dajr, San twtlfy rron (U bUtu nnd iortlfa t'oaetrlot. Writ kt du w.lplW Honk, Mplanfttloii ftsd proof nultcd ttt ld) fr Uirn, tRIS MEDICAL CO., BUFPAlO, N. V LJ ESSICELL9S oft 11 aRiTunET OF S&M DISEASE From Blniplc? IMmplca to nlmtlnntc ECiliiBIAi nlBO ITCIIINO lIt,IJS. 3-Bend for'TItntu for Kltclicti nnfl OIcU. Hooni," a handy book for tho household. FItEU. n s. -I" COLLAR or GUFF CAN BE RELIED ON s Mot tO 301i3COXcQ5? g BEAR' THIS MARK. ;f TRADE tor of Impure blood, and a radical cure for rlipnuiattcni. fnnt. ntifl ntrln rikodica n. speclllo poison In a few months, and eating ulcer In as many weeks. No failures and no 1 L'.njJDCo. Sold nt,Klriln'sDrug Store, Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa, UFFERINGWKft Wtiea troablM with thodAnnoorlntf IrrefltalnrltleB trpqufniiy louowinKB cnui or t iofure, or jrou voi tutuUonal Weak nMei wo tecullbr to thbir cx. ahcult Uae uk DUCIIOINIT'S CA Phfntftd FEMALE REGULATIMG PILLS. They ere 8trencthnnl.-iu toth entim tftAtt , i.apr tone, rigor and raagnbtfo 'oroeto nil fnnctionnof bodj auu uiiuu, dbui nv mini, m-rur" y MUiiBti, ri, nnur" Or. Hortur Mottl-Jlr-e C t.,St-LOUIS. K0 WATER OF LIFE. A newlv rilfirnverprt MTKP-TtAT. wath-u the use of which will supply important ele ments nertssary to health. It will cure the jnuueys, r.ivCT.Biom.cn, ana all Bowel and Bladder diseases. It will d!si.o)ve calculi and remove them. Itrfmnvpn ihA nrin n.ir rrr.ni the blood and thus destroys Malaria and Chills. It cures Brlcht's disease, and is es .'cviuijj. inuiujuruueu lor people auvanoeti in life, and for eenera) debility. For undoubted proofs of this send for rmmnhlM. oivino. fr.it particulars, to J. R. PKBItY, Water ol Llie vo., ot Bouin juain at., wiures-uarre, t'a. look: here, A grand opportunity (or Joining a new society, The Beneficial Order of Equity A fraternal society for both sexes. Pays From $200 to $5,000 IN SIX YEARS. Advances money to buy hemes, cancels the mucuiruutta ju rwe ui cilFaDJlliy or ueam n,a liva uuuutHlu UVJJt-UJB, l or further partlcuhus call on or address, DANIEL OEAN, . . . Deputy Supreme President, iv juain m., cnenauaoau, ra. hiladolpWaand Beading Eailroad? T4me Talle in tOeet Stay 10, 1801 RAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS e?rew,X?rl,; vlft lTllfllelphta. week days, .JL 7JM S,m' ""O 12-85 and 0.M irork, via Maueh Chunk, week day... 6.J5. u. m. ana i2.3- ana 2 50 p. ra. ''. """"'"s ana rnnsaeipnia week days, 10. 5.26. 7.20. a. in.. 12 an -jro r r vs n Vn' unday. 2.10 and 7.48 a.m. -n m,Dnle' weelc day 2.10,7.20 a, W., For Allentown, week daya, 7.20 1. m. 12,30 .0 p. m. io'S'o .1nottT.'i1f wek dRy"; 2-11 7.20,a. m., 12.312.50 and 5.55 p. m. Bunday, 2f.10aiid7.4j 1 Uli For Tamaoun and Mnhn lajrs, 2.10, 5.215, 7.20, a. m 12.31 2.60 and 58 1. nj. ounuay, a.iu ana 7.48 a.m. Additional rrMahanoy City, week flays 7.00 p. -n. ,20 a, ni,, 2.60 p.m. For WllllAmsporl.. Hnnburv nnrt Tn-iahnri.. week days, 3.25, 7.20 and 11 a. m., l.Si, 7,00 meunuay 9:23 4. m. For Mahnnov Plann. wfifik ilavn. 0 in k 0... 25, 7.20 and 11.80 r. m 12, 1 as, 2.50, 5.65. ,00 ana tU6, p. m. Bunday, 2 lu, M and 7.4a iu, a.vo p. m. For Glrardvllle (llatroahannock Htattnnl 1235, 1 3o, i.50, 6,65, 7.00 and 9.26, p. m, Hunday, iu a. 2 , t.w a. m., n,vo p. m. f'or Ashland and .bumofc-ln. wpftlr Anvj ,21,5,25,7.30, U.8) a. m., 186, 7.00 and 9.4 1. m. nunoay s.-y a. m.( a.i'O p, m. fBAlNS FOR 8H15NA UOAHl liee.ve New York via 1 hlladembia. week days, 7.45 a. nr., 1.30, 4.00, 7.W) p. m 12.16 Diaui. ounuay, .uo p, m.. u.ia nltuu Leave Ne York via Maucb Chunk, week dy, 4.30. 8,46 a. m , 1 ,00 and 4.01 p. m. Irfavo l'hllkdelphla, wees: days, 4.10, and 10.00 a. ra. 4.00 and 0.00 p. m fr m Broad na cauownui ana 8.85 a. m. and Jl. p, m. from 8th anC ureen .- rreeta. Bandar 9.0G a. m. 11.SQ p, m. from Hb am, l,.-wn. Muve IteaainK, week days, 1 3 . 7.1" 10.' 5 me. 11.50 a. m.. 5155. 7.57 u. m. Sr.utlav 1 33 ana 10.48 a. m. Leave Pottavllle, week days, 2.40, 7.' a.m., &3G, 0 11 p. m, Sunday, li.40 a. in. and 2.1 6 p.m. lave Tamaqna, week days, 3.50, I-.48 and 11 21 a. m., 1.21, 7.13, and 9.18 p. m, Bunday SAO a, m. and 20 p. m. Lrfavo manauuy uny, wees nRys, o.w, u.iv and 11.47 a. m., 1.61, 7.42 and 0.41 p, ui bun. day, 8.46 a, m., 3.20 p, in., benve Mahanoy Place, week dajs, iM0,4.CO 9.30. 9A5, 1U-9 a. m.,l.r5, 2.CB. 6 20, 8 20, ;.57,nua lO.'Xlp. m, Bunday2.4 , 4.00, and 8.1:8, . m. 4i, p.m. lave uirarovilie tnappanunnoc& ni&uoil) UnBi t.VI, DriV, HUU JJ.11 U. llii, U.W, :.12, 6.26, 6.82, 8.03 and lO.Od p. m, Uunaay,2,47, 1.27, 8.26 a. m. 8.41 p. 10. jjeayo wiriramsporx, wees uays, &.uu,u.43Hiia 11.55 a. m. 8.35 and 11.15 p. m. Bnnftay 11.15 p. m. rut cuiujiiorv, w unuiu&vjn huu iixv wont . Jla B. A O. K. It., throuch trains leave Ulrard ' Avenue station, Plilladelplila. U". It. B. !') i at 4.16, 801 and 11.27 a. m 1.84. 4.24, 6.55 anil I p, m. ounuay, i.10 e.t xi.xt a, m .00 ana i.Asy. m. ATUANTIO CITY DIVIHION, Leave Pnlladelphla. Chestnut Btreet Wbari una uouin pirwi wuitrr. 2SP For Atlantic Cttrv. WAAtrwIhVHKxnrcfia fl.-OU a. m. and 2: 4,00 p. in. Accommodation, 8.00 a. nr., 5.00 nunaiyB. express, -a.w, a. iu, ac.:ojiiuiu. Nation, 8.00 a. in, and 4.30 p. m. iteiurmug, reave Aunaur viiy, aepoi ooruei -lUantio and Arkunsas ivenuee. Week-dayi -KzpreM, 7.80, 9.00, a. m. and 4.00, p. m. Accommodation. 6.00. 8.05 n. m. and 4.30 4.T10 p. m. snnuays. impress, .w p, in. Accommooa tlon, 7.30 a. in. nnd 4.30 p. m. S., A. MoIiGOD. Ilea. & Hen'l Manancr. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, BOHVri.KII.1. DIVI8ION, On and after JS'ov. 21, 1890, traini Mil lean anenanaoan as jaiiovis: For Wigean, Gllberlon, Fraokyllle, New Castle, Bt, Clair, and way points, 8.00, 9.19 ft bi aiiu i.io p ill. -uunoaye, ouu, w.iua m ana3.iop ni. For Pottsvllle, 6.00, 8.10 a m and 4. 16 p at, Sunday s. 600, 9.40amnndS.10pm, For Heading, 6.00, 9.10 am and 4.15 pm. Bnndays, 600, 8.40 a.m. and 8.10pm. For 1'ottstown. l'hoentxville. Norristown ind Phlladelohla (Broad street station,, ff im. .1,10 a m. and 4.15 p m week days ounuays, dw, v.iv u m o.iu p m- Trains leave Frsckvllle lor Hhenondoah ut 10.40 a m and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m, Bundaye, U.18 a m and 6.40 p m. ' Lieave Pottsvllle lorBhenandoan, 10.15 and U, 'K. i jo 7,15, 8,42 p ra. Bundays. 10.40 a m 6.15 p m. lieave rnnaaeipnm (isroaa street station), tot Pottsvllle and Hhenandoab. 18.104.22.168 n m 2.10, 4.10 and 7,00 p mweek days. Bunday SJS am onai.iup. m. .t For w York, 8.20, .05, 4.40, 6.35, 60, 7.(9 Y, .2080, i.50, ll.Wandll.l5am,12.ounoon (lhlt J? lieu eium, i.vu uuu .oo p in. I iz,ii, i.hj. 3.20. i, 6, C,;6.80, .50 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 p rn. l2.ol On Sundays, 8.20, 4.05, 4.40, 6.S5, 8.12, 8.S0. 9.50, iin. and 12.1'J. S'J) llmllAri 4 JM. K.2ii. h nl h kA 7.13 8.12 p m and 12.01 night. or ceu uiri, oprinc iae, oimor. OceaU Grove. Asburv l'art. and Lom.' Brannti S.20, 11,15, a, m, 4.00. v. m. week Unvr For Freehold, 5.9 , p. m. week days. ,tiaiumor ana vasnington, 3.&U, 7.v0, 8,31 9.10, 1U.20, ) I.IK a m,12.S (limited express) 8.48 4.41 P.")T an(, 7.40 p. in., and 12.03 night. For Baltimore, nly ti.02, 4.1 1, 6 08 and li.30 p. m. On Bnndays, 8.60, 7,i, Wl'and 11.18 a. m. 4.4 6.57, 3.40 p m. 12.03 nlghU Baltimore only 6.08 and 11.30 p m. For Wlchmond and tho Bouth 7.20 11.18 R. m (Limited Express 12.S5 p. m.,)12.03 night, week days, Bnndays, 7.20 a, m,, 12.03 night. ITalns leave Horrlsburg for Pltwbure and the west every day at 12.26 and 3.10 a m and 3.00 (limited) and 3.40 p m. Way for Altoona, i.16 a m and 4.10 p m every aay. For Pittsburg only, 11.20 a ci dally ana 10.20 i ra week days. Leave Bunbnry tor Wllllamsport, ElmlrR, Canandalgua, Itoctiester, Bnoalo and Niagara Wj Vi.U V. 'V. U.U.J, , CVUU liW y ... t WM. UM, IC . For WatfciDS,6.S0pmweekdayB. For Krle and intermediate points, 5,10 a mi, dally. For Ixick Haven, 5,10, and 83 a m. dally, 1.34 and 6.80 p. m. week days. For llenova 6.10 ' a m 1.43 and 5,80 p m week days; uun.iu uuuuyH. 1UAB. K. PDGH, J, It, WOOD, Gen. Una Gen, Pass. Alt, YTyiLMINGTON & NORTHKKN II. It, ov..iHl.l. M .at.., , r .... in 1cm Trains leave Reading (P. & It. station) fozj uiurmuir, neyien, itirasuoro, Joanna, pnnxii Held, Waynesburg Junction, Coatesvllle,Wes4 unesier.unaasioru junction, li. a u. juuctu Wilmluirtou nnd intermediate slatlous.diT except Hunday, at 6.25 and H.S0 a.m. and 8.1 D. m. Hunday only at 8.05 r. m. For Warwick, Bt, Peters and lntermedlata' statlons,dally except Bunday, at 8.20 a.m., and 6.19 p.m. Sunday only 8.16 a. m. ' For Blrdsboni and Intermediate stations, Saturday only, at 12 m. For Baltimore and Washington (B. A O. It. It.) dally except Bunday at 6.25 and 8.30 a. m. anu 3.1D p. iu, cunuay onjy ai a.uo p, m. Trains arrive at Heading (P. & It. station) irom Wilmington, 11. & O. Junction, Mont chanln, Chaddsford Junction, West Chester, Lenape, Coatesvllle. Waynesburg Junction, Bprlngneld,Joannn, Blrdsboro, Gltiialtar.Sey" fert and Intermediate stations, dally except Bunday at 10.20 a. m. 6.62 and 8.17 p. ra. Bun day only at 11.24 a. ra. F rora Bt. Peters, Warwick and Intermediate stations, dally except Hunday, at 8.23 a. m. and 2.26 p.m. Sunday only at 6 p. ra. From Blrdsboro and intermediate stations, Saturday only at 1.40 p. m. From Washington and Baltimore, dally ex cept Sunday, 10 20 a. ra. 6.62 and 8.17 p. to. Sunday only at 1 1.21 a. m. BOWNEHH BHIGG8, Gen'lPass. Agt. A. G. MCOA UHLAN D, BupL RUPTURE, We, the undersigned, nrA pntlrolv rnrrt nf Itunture by Dr. J. B. MAYEH, 881 Arch St., Phlla. Thomas II. Hartung, New llluggoid, Pa., I.fandt, Bouth Kaston, Fa.. It. P. it 0. A. Deturck, Oley, l'a It. G. Stanley, 421 Borneo St., Lebanon, Pa,, A. Schneider. Locust Dale, Pa..D, B.Noll, Lime kiln. Pa.. Win. 13. Ilarienstlne, Phoenlxvllle. Pa., W. M, Leinbach, 624 Washington BL, Heading, Pa.. J. C. Lyme, 1310 W. Howard St., liarrlsburg. Pa., C. Keehn, Douglassvllle, Pa. Dr, MAYER Is at Hotel Penn, Reading, Pa., on the 2nd Saturday of each month. Call to see blm. R. BRICKER, M. JD PtfYSIOIAN AND SLROEON. Not 9 East Centre Btreet; Mahanoy City, Pn. o&iu tuiu ail spcoiui uineaaeii m specially.