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. " " Evening Herald. milMBHRD DAILY SUNDAY MXCM'TIH) IT. C Jtomil, Ihlllor nml 1'iitlhhcr. II'.M". .T. U'ATJCIXS, focal IMltor. ALL TH E NEWS FOR ONE CENT J7ie HVUXIXa JtllllA I.D lias a larger eir. eulaUm tn Shenandonh than any other im;r jtubltthetl, llookt .) to all. subscription rates: DAILY. r yr W 09 Wkkki.y. tr yr, 1 So Entered Uthe Postolnoe, ntHbenandomli, Ka, for transmission through the mails MMwintl olass ranll matter. LAKESIDE DATES. Flsuros Domonetrato tho Popu larity of tlio Rosort. Aug. 8. Kng lie)) llaplitt Sunday schoo of Shenandoah. Auk. 4 XL. 15. Sunday school of Mith noy l'lane. Auk. 6 M. K. Sunday toliool, Aihlaftd. Aur. 0. KvaiiKolioul Sunday school of Miilisnoy City. Aug. 7. Welsh Congregational, ilaluv noy City. Aim. 8. 11. K. Sunday toliool. Gilber- ton. Auk. 10. M. E. Sunday eohool, Girard ville. and Union Sunday school, lest Crook. Auk. 11. Welsh linpliet, ConErega tlonal and AInthodUt, Shenandoah. Aug. 12. Lutherun missionary festival. " 18. Kniiconal Sunday school of Jlahnnoy City. Auir. M Koformod Sunday school, of Tamaqua. Aug. 15. Eisteddfod. " 17. Lutheran Sunday school, Gi- rardvillo. Aug. 18. English Haptisl Sunday school, Mahanoy City. Aug. 19. M. E. Sunday school of Shen andoah. Aug. 20. Trinity Itoformod Sunday school of Mahanoy City. Aug. 22. 1. M. Sunday school, of Oil borton. Aug. 21. 1. 11. Sunday school of Shen andoah. Aug. 25. English Lutheran, Mahanoy City. Rooky Mountain Ouro. The druggists claim that ponplo' call daily for tho now euro for constipation and sick hnadaohp, dlscovcrod by Dr. Silas Lano while in tho Kooky Mountains. It is jaid to ba Oregon grapo root' (a groat remedy in tho far West for thosa com plaints) comhinod with simple horbs, and is made for uso by pouring on hciling wator to draw out the strength. It sells at 50 conts a package and is cnllod Lano's Family Modicino. Corn tassels aro now waving in tho sum mor liroozo. Hold It to tho Light. Tho man who tells you confidentially ust what will cure your cold is prescribing Kemp's Balaam this yoar. In tho prep' aralion of this remarkable medicine for coughs and colds no expense ia spared to coinbiuo only tho best and purost ingrodi onU. Hold a bottlo of Kemp's lialsam to tho light and look through it; notice the bright, cWr look: then compare with othir remedies, i'rico 60o. and $1 Now is a good timo to fill up the coal bin ior winter. To Norvou.8, Debilitated Mon. If you send us your add rose, wo will mail vou our illustrated bamvihlat uxnlttin Inir all about Dr. Dre's Celebrated Eloctro. Voltaic Holt and Appliance, and thoir charmlnir. ofroots upon the nervous do bilitated system, and how thoy will quickly restore tou to vieor. and manhood. Pamph let froo. If you aro thus afllictod, we will onu yon a uoit ami Appliances on a triaL VOLTAIO IlKT,' CO.. Uarsaltll, juicn, An inch of rain moms on ovory acre. 100 tons of water A Mystory Explained, The nil Tiers contain frcauent notices of rich pretty nml educated glrjs eloping with negroes, tmmris nnd coachmen. The woll- Jcnown specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all sucn gins are moro or iss hysterical, nervous, cd: usually subject to headache, neuralgia, sleeplessness, lm modprato ervlni: or liiueliliiK. Tliesoehow weak nervous system for vhicb there Is n remertv eriual 1o Meliorative Nervine. Trln Ixitllos nnd a tine book, containing inuny marvelous cures, free- nt O. II. llogeubuclrH drill! store, who aHb sell, nnd cunrante Dr. AilleH' oelehratoil Nbw Heart Cure, Hie finest of heart ionics. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. Gold glovo hooks aro a new hit of jowelry, Shlloh'a Consumption Ouro. This Is leyond quehlluiiMlie trost suo ceHSluI Tough Medicine we hnve ever sold, lew doses Invariably cure tho worst rbpol Cough, Croup, nnd llrunchltls, while Its won derful success I" the cure of t'onsumptlon Is without a parallel Iji tb lilMory of tmdiclna tlinoH It's II it discovery it has been tola on a gnantntee, a test which no other medUlne ran stand. It you have R Count we earnestly ask you to try it. i'rlm lOeeiils.&Ootnts.Hnd Sl.dU. If your laiugs ure una. Chest or back lame, use Hhltnh's Porous I'lestfr. Bold In I' II. Ilaeonbuch, N. K. corner Wuln aud Uod streU. Oily ono person in a thousand d es of 1 age. "What a Prominent Physician nnd Chemist aye After Analysis and Practical Test Dr. J Mi i tJHX Al (I )' sub) Ii Her. furmtrty nt tlellevue JTotpttal f '(( (iimI l.wtu Jtluml Oatlege ' f 1 1 lot ninn ; - i.W Yoke, October JS, 1800. ('.: i -neolflo Co., b Wall Mr ct. in s mi. i of your Osotus I Hood 1 1, ' i i, in ht f'jr analysis, I have , - thorough lei, Hurt ran 'i i uii i in, p "i mtueral or mercurial llui; irer. ai , w, ,t. uimifver, and, aslhavo bad "u)"-! 1' r.in'o nvi'iMieBoe in tin coiistnu llouu II' ,-t la ciiitiu dlMMMM! already ltnnwi''y i, I i 'insider It the salrst aud betv ,ttl i.l'io 1 1 urltlsr In the m kol. Yi-uis resneetfdllr, 1). J. IjYWKB. Ph U, M. I). Sold atKlillu's Drue HUrssremusou House lllook, ritienandoa1 Has no rival In the world. SOD years' sxperlenoe In lirazil awl two yeara lu this oouutry. It posi tively curtM all diseases arhlnK from linjiuro lilood, No mineral, no failures, no relajites, SULLIVAN AND SLAVIN. THE OLADI ATOF19 WHO WILL MEBT IN SEPTEMBER. Allhmmli .Tnlm 1.. I Dime With I'rlzo-lfltilitliiii llo Will o In for ii Slnlco Willi Sort :iivo--nie C'oiitruct I Ileitis Arrnwioil, Tho nnnouiicemont wnsmnde In these columns some days ago, thut John L. Sulllvnn had pormnnently retired from tlio price-ring, rue Rtntcinent rx . holds flood. Tho champion or chum pious will novur enter the- ring afr n priweflglitor ngiiln. He lro ileeirtfxl though, to tnko homo of tho concoit out of Krnnk Sluvin, who Unsi recently ihccn having things protty much, his own way. John Ii. Sulllvnn will moot Slnvin, with soft gloves, in either Now Yorkoi Chieiifro, next Soptomher. About that timo Sulllvnn will nrrlvo home from his Australian tour with rhtnenn' Har rison. The two runowned pugilists are anxious to meet for a knock-out, and thcro is no longer any doubt nbout tho match. Sullivan lias authorized ilamos Wnkoly. of Now orr, and Charles Johnston, of llrooklyn, two of his original hackers, to match him ngalnst Slavln, Tho conditions ho names call for ten rounds, Queensberry rules, 810,000 in stnkeS, winner to tnko nil. and tho matcn to bo contosteu ue- fore the athletic club which offers the largest purse. Theso stipulations wero Included in a telegram which Sullivan sent from San Jose, Cal., on the night of .lane 18. Of all tho men who saw the conte- between Slnvin nnd kilrnin, nono wathed It with greater interest than tlul J nmes Vakel v and L linrlos J olinston who furnished a good part of Sullivan's (510,000, stake In his fight with KHrain at Uichburg. They aro both good judges of tho sport, and are convinced tnat. una Muiuvan open in mo ijniu morean's place there would havo boon tlireo lieart broken passengers on one of the big ocean steamers which sailed for Europe Juiio J!0 l'addy Slavin, Charley llltchell and George Washing ton llooro. Wnkoly and Johnston aro ready to match tho phenomenal Ameri can pugilist against Kiham's latest conqueror for 810,000 n side. If this proposition meets with favor in the eyes ol Slavin, the matcn, wmcn win uo tno most important pugilistic event in the history of the ring, can bo mndo at onco. Slavin sailed for England on Juno 10. Sullivan loft San Francisco, for Australia on J my "S. FIRE ON A STEAMER. TWEI.VB IIONDIlKn rASSENOIJltS BE- rr t- iilvin CIMiTPIf TV New Haven, Conn., Aug. l.-As the sleanierEUn City was returning from en excursion from New York and Coonev Island, with the St. Patrick's Total Abstinent e Benevolent Society on board, the boat caught lire from an overheated boiler abaft of tho port wlieelhouse when oil JNorwalK. There wero about 1,200 persons on board and for a timo there was the. wildest, panic among tho frightened passengers. ThrmiL'li the coolness of Captain Tucker and the crew of the boat, order was Boon restored, tho hand were or dered to their places and the fire was soon extinguished. One young man fainted from terror aud several of tho woman had to bo attended toby their escorts. . Tho boat arrived here llfteen mln ules after 1 o'clock in themorning. 7vT0 Genuine I&K v is nnd will ever bo tho foest Bemody for rihlnii'ln tho Plifln. ChOSt &Il(ll f Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &o B'fore you aeca to Duy, octain the vela&Ma bwlti "ani.le to B paltli." with endorsements of proniiouLt pny slolaas. & .AD.RIGHUR&COy 310 Broadway, NEW TOItll. 23 Prize Medals Awardedl wopean Hoasssi Bndohtdt,tonaon Hursmusrirr onstelu, Lsipalo. 50 Cents a bottle, For Balo byS X. X. 1. IClItLTN, iC. II. IIAQliNllTJCII.j SHENANDOAH, PA., otner urugsuu. ft J1"1 A SAD, PITIFUL BEAUTY. SHE BELONGS IN THE HAREM OF A DESPOTIC RULER. Something About llio Women III nil Aliterlnit llnroin Superb I'ncr nml Ourseou Cottuiiicfi A Street Sccno In tho City of Aliilnr. The position of thb' Arab woman in Algiers is far superior to that of her mix In Turkey, nnd the French law, ' li 1" rigiilly enforced, provents her IiliU In into slavery. Hli is, now- ctor, "tho victim 6f a brutalizing so cial code, founded oil hfld Wound up in a religion whose theory is puro but WHOM! practice) is bnrbifrous." Hon a oiilUl Is born to n iloorisii woman she considers It a blessing If it bo a hoy, u curse if a girl, and directly the girl comes into tho world she is baptized m tlio namo ol imtlima.wniuu Is tlio namo of tHo mother of tho prophet. A week after another namo is given her tho choice lies ljotweun only nineteen nnmes, uio preuiesi oi wmohare llimi, Zlua, Zorii and lla- llma. Tho little girl vnntures early and U inarrlod at ten or twolvo yoaris of age. As for her father, It is all he knows of his ilnughter when some one takes her from him in marriagu. If the child be A STREET SCENE IV AT.GIErtB. the daughter of poor parents sho grows up to be L'oaten, overworked anu de spised. If a rich girl she is neglected bv her mother and is triven over to tho caro of an old nogress till sho Is Old onough to be marViediUnd then her life is lived out in a harein. Tho French have tried to suppress the harems, and in a measure they havo bilcceodcd, but among the rich thcro Is no power on earth that can force them to change their ways of living. Tho government hns guaran teed to the natives tho possession of the civil law, which Is tho Koran, and tho social code aud civil law are one. They might as well decreo that tho women go unveiled or tho men change their costumes as to interfere with the domestio arrangements of the Moorish customs. Tho wives of the rich Arabs aro kept more in seclusion, than their poorer sisters, but on Frldavs (Mohammedan Sunday) thoy aro allowed to visit tlio cemetery, though accompanied by fe male attendants, and this is their one great privilege. Strangers of tho gent ler box only aro allowed to visit tho cemotory on this day, and when the poor veiled creatures look upon their liuropcun sisters .is it to oe wonaorcu they realize in a measure their degra- tion? However, to our eves it really was a beautiful sight, for thero Is nothing in tho world more lovely than a beautiful woman and we had a good ohanco to judgo of these young women's appear ance thoy not only threw off their veils and loidcu tncir imrnousos, out thoy also took oft thoir shoes aud short stockings, displaying thoir born ankles heavily banglod with silver and gold ornaments, fino enough to turn a col lector of such antiquities green with envy. I wonder if you know what wo mean by pitiful beauty? Thero seems to bo no other way of expressing those su perb faces than by saying they wero pitifully beautiful and tho beauty was enhanced by tho gorgeous costumes and glorious jewels glittering in tho sunlight. AVhat it contrast we experienced as wo turned from this place and wan dered through tho old streets of tho Arab quarter, writes a lady correspond ent of tho Washington Star. Tho occa sional glimpse wo had of tho intoriors of tho houses showed how differently tho women of tho lower classes appear and those we una just left. If on tho street thoy remain veiled, but at homo thoir common painted faees aro exposed to their women friends. When tho man of our party I" I Ir VI. 11KAV 11 ." attempt i-U t-1 iro or look in tho court yurd whore tho women sat eating their couscous, ho was rudely pushed aside by tho furious men and women on tho Inch way. The greeting of two Arabs on the stroet is very prettily expressed. They clasp hands and then each man lclsseg his own hand which hit just touched his friend's and tlioir strong, manly faees beam with pleasant expressions so unlike tho grunt nnd nod our Kn glish cousins give each other as thoy pass by. There can bo nothlrur more hrtrmon' Ions than tho soft colorings, of tho man's costumes, which thoy wear under thoir largo white burnouses. Greon is tho color of Mohamet, and with it thoy wear soft faded pink wishes und rich velvet walstcouts, heavily embroidered in gout. Aluminium bronze Is rapidly super seding manganese bronzo for screw propellors In high speed vessels. liummn being is renewed ouoe In Mven years, hut,strunge to say, any foreign substsuco on It, such as ftmple, boils, tvmo v, canceft, etc, reftiftui. Tho reason is that they are dlsoasos and are fed nnd kept allvoby Impure matter in tbe blood. It will be seci) at once tlmt a qmto aan only 1)6 nceampllshed by purifying iho i.lood. This being done they die for yantof support. Many of the herbs to be found In the vegetable kingdom pos sess the power" to so cleanse tho blood, awl, whon combined with certain vita lizing Chemicals aro a power for good. Thatllrown'sSarsapni-Illats such a com bination uono can doubt after rcadlug tho following t At all Druggists I.OO. o It lras been said tho bod of n DON'T take Something else "Just as good." IT IS MOT. t Aba Waiiben & Co., t'olo I'roprietors.Cangor, Mo. 'ttlUllBigiRIIIIIIISIIIIeiElllRISIBtStSIIB8IBIldlSSIlSi:iBtIII.43tlllltfS4 M I OIMT WILL CURE EVERY FORM Lebigh Valley Railroad. ARRANGEMENT OF rASBENOElt TRAINS. MAY 10, 1891. I'nsfienecr trains will leave Bhcbandcah for Jiuucli ("hunk, LehlKhlon, Blatlngton, Cata Bauqua, Allentown, lit-thl. boiu, Easton, i'hli adelrhlauiidNew Yort at 5.47, 7,U, li.03ii.ni., UJz, a.iv, o.u p. m. , For Belvldere. Belowaie Wntar Qan ond Htrpu(lsburgatS.(7, a. m., and 6.20 )i. m. i-or uinjiicnvnie aua ireuiou, t.u9 a, m I''or "White Haven. W ilkes-Barre and Plttf ton fi.47. D.C8, 1U.41 B m.. 3.1U and 5.2(1 p. m. f or jumuiunuocK, iu.ua, m., a.io ana o.i For Auburn. Ithaca. Geneva and and JLyon 10.41 a. tn and 6.26 p. rn. lori-acejviiie.'jowanaR, Kajre, waveny Klrulra. Itochesler. BuQalo. .laeara Falls Chlcsgoand aUi olut West at 10.41 . m.,aud 6.2Hp. m. rorr miiB anaiiie wc&l viacaiHiuuocu ui 3.10 p. ra. ror AoneDritrn, iPKieioD, oiorKioji, I er Yard, Weattirly and 1'cnn lluvcn' June lion at 5.41,7.40, tf.Db a. m.and 12.52, iUO and 5,i6 p.m. or jpnuesvuie, ievisicu uuu iieHYt:i Meadow, 7.40, 0.08 a. m. nnd 626 p. m, Forticranton at 6.47 D.W. 10.41a. m. 8.10 and 6:is p. ni. t or uazie irooK. jeaao, uimou ana rrec lnd at 5.47. 7.40. 0.08. 10.41 a. m.. 12&2 SJOand 6.23 p. m. J or iuhkhkb at, o.tt una v.uo a.m., rlu 8.10 p. m. For Wlggane, Gllberton and fTackvllle at 6.60 and tt.08 a m., and 4.10 p. m. -' for xniesviiie, wananoy city ana jjemuo B.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41. 10.68 a. m..l2X2.3.I0.5.20. 8.03. 9.2 and 10.27 p.m. rorj-,obi ureeK, jjraraviiie ana ykHniiuiQ 4.27, 7.46, 82, 10.15 a. m., 1.00, 1.40, 4.10, ' 8.10 and 0.14 p. m. For Barfcwuter, Bt. Clslr and Fottsvllle. 7.40, 0.08, 108 a. in., 12.62,3.10,4.10, 6.26 and 8.Cf p.m.- Morcii. 7.40. 9.08. 10.68 a. a... 2Jb2. 8.10. 6.26 and 8.03 p. m, For Haven Rnn, Centralis, ML Carinel and BhamoEln, 8.62, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.41 and 8.00 p. m. Trains leave Slifdnoklu lor Bhenandoab, 7.55 ll-6o a.m., 2.10, d.SO and 9.S0 p. m., arrlvlne at Bbtnandcah, 9.05 a.m., 122, 3.10, 6.26 and ji.iop in. For lxst Creek. Glrardvllle and Asblano. 6.50, v.io ll.S6n.ru., 2.45 p. ra. For DarKwater. Bt. Clair and Poltsvilk, 6.50, 8.00, b.SO 1. . m., 2.45 p. m. For Yalcsvllle, Mabanoy City and Delano, 8.00, 11.35 a. xn.. 1.40, 4.40, 6.03 p. m. for i.oiiy, Auacnnea ana xiazieion, dm. a-111., 1.40 p. m: FcrMauch CliuDk. Leblghton, Blatlnjton, CaUsauquu, Alltntown, Bethlehem, Kasuu and New York, 8.00 a. m., 1.40 p. m: For Vhlladelphla, 1.40 p. m. ii. B. BYINGTON, Uen'l Pass. Agt., Bethlehem. First National Bank THEATllK nUIX.lJlNQ, SHENANDOAH, PENNA. Capital, $100,000.00. A. W. Leisenrmg, Pres., P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres., J. R. Leisennng, Cashier, S. W. Yost, Ass't Cashier. Open Dnlly From 9 to 3. 3 PER CENT. INTEREST 1 I'nia ou HavliiKtt.ncpoHltH, MEntDEir, C0NN,J Mny 0,'80. f Brpwn'H Barsaparllla Is unequalcd as a purifier, having used It In our own I family. Yours truly, ; Anna HicnMOND, . flj Newton Bt, McrldcHt-Conn. ; Bevkhlv, MASS., JIarch a),'89. I will stato to you that 1 havo used Ilrown's Sarsnixirllln and find it very I Ijenoflclnl as a spring medicine, nnd liavo Just commenced with ltagaln this f spring, nnd most cordially recommend X It to nil people having nny disease of j the blood. ' E Mns. SABAIt C. Stevens, I No. 40 Stono St, Ueverlyt Mass. ; Mr. Georgo W. Littleflcld of Orrlngton, Mnluc, says! - "IT MADE A HEW WOMAN Of MY WIPE" Every wornait may havo new life, nnd vigor by using Ilrown's Barsaparllla. No Woman having Kldnetrduble, ac companied wllb. those deep pains across the back, drawing down pains, dizziness, restloss sleep, etc.', ban expect comfort in this life until the cause bo removed. This cause Is disease of tho Kidneys, nnd can only be reuched tluougli theso organs. Mrs. W. 1. llcrrlck of Olenburn, Mc, was soaflllcted, and sought various channels for help. Hearing of Brown's Barsaparllla sho tried it, began to rally at once, and to-day onjoys good health. Ilrown's finrmparllln Is peculiarly adapted to Kidney Disease bottles for 3.00. SKI Ol mum Sftrout Simple pimples to otintlutitc EJcaKMAi also XXCSSING 1'IE.SiSi. AJrOeiitl for"XTIntn for "Xltct'oi) and SIc. Kooni," a handy book for tho household. SSIEEJ. lias a niccefslul blslciy of thre cenlnr)rsin Brazil aid two )emv (rltlcul UH In this country, te'ence piociunctslt the flrstnud only Inmlltble ncutiabzer ortciorulous and Bpiclllc blood poUoiikjet dlttcvcied, . Sold at Klrt.'n'e Drug Store, Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa. Your trade Is what we waut. This is how wo propose to get it. By selling you a flrst claBs article; by selling you for ieps than others; by eellirg yon furniture, an organ, n piano, n Bewlug machine or anything elae in tbe line of household goods. We have a large and va ried stock to select from. No trouble to show goods. Call, examine and be convinced. B H I THE OLD RELIABLE, Soutli Main St., SH33 OJBC. Or (ho .Liquor flabli, K'osltlwly Cuneu uyauuiiniftieriiiff . iiuiuc It Is manufactured a powder, which can ba given tn glass of beer, a oup of coilee or tea. or In food, without tbe knowledge of the patient. It la absolutely harmless, and will eifeot a permanent and epeedy cure, whether the pi' lout la o uudurate drinker ot an alooholio wraolc It haa been given in thousand! of oases, and in every iuatancejt perfect cure has fol lowed. It never r'allsi. The system ouoe Impregna d with the Opeoiflc.lt beoomus ai) utter Impossibility lor the liquor appstite 10 aitst. , , , . 48 page book of paruoulars free. To ba bad or C. H. HAGENEUCH, Drucolst, Shcnardoah WATER OF LIFE. Ancwlv dlsrovered MJNtltAL. WATER. tlierseol wbleh will supply Important ele ments r-fCCBSNry 10 ueauii. 11 win cure ine Kidneys, Liver, Btomacli, and all Bowel and Bladder dlserfles. It will dissolve calculi nnd remove them, ltrunovcs I be ui lo acid from the blood and thns destroys Malaria hud Chills. It cures Brlght's disease, and Is es pecially ice jminenaeu ior people aavancea in life, and for general debility, for undoubted proofs of this send lor pamphlet giving full partloulars.toj.lt. l'KHUY, Wnler ot Llle uo., cl bouiu uam Bt., wilKes-jiarre, ra. WE'RE APTERYOU! dlladolpnia and Boading Eoilroadi Jims Table in ejieet July 10, JSI'l mm HAVE SUEN ANDOAH AS FOLLOWS s'ftf MW Ynrfcf vlA thlliulAlnhln. vpnk fluvn. 2. 0 5.S3, 7.20 n. In. and 12 35 2.E0 and 5.65 , m. uudaj" 2.10 and 7.4s a. m. For Nrvr crk., via Mauoh ' chunk, week days, 6.20, 'A', a.m. nnd 12.81 and 2.50 p. m. Tor ltendlriff ftnrt Phllnilpfnhln tcAk dsvfl. 2.10, 6.2'j, 7.U0, a. m., 12.S5 M0 and 5.66 p. m, inar.z.ioani7.48n.ni , 4.30 p. m. ""T HRrTlHbuig,, week na, 2 10,, .20 a. ni,i 0, 0.5.') i . m. , or Allemown, week dayH, 7.20 t. m. 12.33 0 p. ni. .JrJot,?",eB Week lyj 2.10, 7.,- in. 2.3. S.ffl sndVSop.m. tjnuday, 2 10nnd7.4V i . 4.30 n.m. For i'mriauu ond Mahanrv dty, weeK t.ys, 2.10, 5.25, 7.20, a. m., 128? UO Vnd nr.. rimiav O til An. 1 t .o .. m i nn . Additions n.1 Aiunanoy City, wees. Unys 7,00 t or Lancaster and Columbia, week days M a, ni., 2X0 p.m., . for Wlilhunsjioil, Sunbury and Ijewlsburg, otk days, 8.25, 7.20 anil it 3') a. tn.. 1.35. 7.00 sn, Bnctlny 8 21 . in., 8.05 p. m. Hov Muliiinoy llane, ween days, 2.10 &.2-1, . 7.20 and 11.30 a.m., 12.86. 1.35. .50. 6.65. 7.00 aur M in. Bunday, 2 10. s.2i and 7.4 a. m i.i'6, 4.30 m. For UlrHruvllle (llappahannock Htallou) k davs. 2.1 . 8.2.I. 5.25. 7.20 and 11.30 B. in.. 12.35,185 ..jO, 6,55,7.00 ard ".25. p. n Bunday. : , o, 2 . 7.48 k. in., 8.05, 4.80 p. m. or Ashland and hnumusiu, week daya, i.2, 5.25,7.20, 11.3) B m., 135, 7.W nnd 9,26 in. BunOny K.2 8 32 a. m., S.l'6 p. m. rKAINB 1011 ouKNANl.OAlli lHve Mow Yort via l'hiladelpnla, woee,J ?j-e,7.45 a. m.. 1.30, 4.00, 7.30 p. m 12.15 11 ii.br. Htmday, 6.00 p. m., 12.15 nlgnt. lieuve Wet ork via Mauoh L'hunk. week " "inj-i, 4.S0, 8.46 a. m 1.00 and 4.0) p. m. 1 save I'hlli OelnlilR, weiz uays, 4.10, anil 10.00 a. m. 4.00 and 6.00 p. m fr m Broad in4 Callowtull and 8.85 a. m. and il.dO p. m. from 9lh anc , ruuu nireots. Bunday 9.05 n. in, 11. SO p. in. from Pin nc tii. iave HcAdHig, week diiys, 10i. 7.10. 10.f(5' -D4 11 10 a. m., 6.65, 7JS1 p. to. Bunduy 1 J5 uuc. W.4H . m. lieuve 1'oiUvlIlo, week days 1 10, 7.10 a. m., 11.10. 611 . m. Bundav. 2.40. 7.00 a. m. anrl 2.(5 ... m. .eave laomqua, v.cekaays, 3.20, 8.48 ana 2 : a. m.. 1.21 . 7.13. and 9.18 v. in. bandar 8.10 7.43 m, sum Z33 p. in. . ,-ave Mahanoy City, week days, 5.10, o.ia ind 1L47 h ra 1.61, 7.42 and 9.44 (i. u. bun lay, 8.46,8.17 ,u in., 4.20 p. ra. lioivvu .uuhanov I'lai.e. week days. 2-4 1.4.(0 H.80, 9.35. ll.uO a. m.,1.05, 2.10. 5 20, IS 'X, 7.7, and ll'HI m. HundavlL4 . 4.00. and 8A7. li. m. 3 37, 5.01, p. m. uiraraviue iitHpitunHuucvji ntuiiuuj e'is. days. 2.47, 4.07, 0JW, and 9.41 a. lu., 12.05, 2, n.9fi 0.32, 8.03 am! lo.lis p. m. Bunday, 2,47, i.O , 8 S3 a. m. 141, 5.07 p. ni. littve Wllllamgport, week days, 8.00,0.45 ana 1 1.56 a. nx, 8.! and 11.16 p. m. bnmlftj 11.15 i'. m. f'cx Baltimore, Washington and the west . lu B. O. K. It., through trains leave Ulrard vvenne station. Philadelphia, (P. 4 B. 1L It.) at 4.16, 801 and 11.27 u. m., 1.84, 4.24, 5.65 ana ;,23 p. :u. Bunday, 4.16 8.02 11.27 u, m., 4.21 55 nnd 7.23 p.m. ATijANTIO CITY DIVISION. ueave l'hlladelphla, Chcstnat Btreet Wharl na Mouth Htroet Wharf. For Atlantic Cltv. Week-days Express, 0.15, 8 00, 9.00, 10.45 a, m. and l i (Saturday only, L30), 2.(0, 8.00, 3.80, .." , (i w, u.oo hi. AOJomuiutaiion, 7 n. oi.. 4.15. 0 30 oi. ", axprewi, 5 15, 7.00, 7.3), 8.0O, 8S0 9.00, 9.30 in. nnd 4 30 p. m, aolouiiu.. tuon. 8.00 u. ra. nnd I 45 p. tu, .ketamlng, leave Atlantic City, depot cornel "ntlcand Arkansas twenties, wceb-rteva Express, 7.00, 7.30, 8 00, 9.00, 10.00 a. m. aDd 3 15, 4 (10, 5.30, 0.3', 7,80, 0 80 p- tn. Accommodation 0.00,8.10a.m. and i.f0p m. Sundays-Kx-press, 8 30, 4.00, 5 00, 0 00, 0-30, 7-00, 7.30 8 00, 9.t p. m. Accommodation, 7.30 a. in., 5.05 p. m. u. G. HANCOCK, Utu 1 1 iu r JJtH . A. MoliFXID. I'res. ei Uen'l Mnuaeer PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. SOHCyLKtU. DIVI810K. On ami after A'ov. 24, 1890, trains trill lean Shenandoah at follow: For Wlgsan, Ullberton, Frac&vllle, Kow Caatle, Bt. Clair, and way points, 6.00, 9.1U m and 4.15 p m. Huudays,ti00,9.10amand8.10p m. For I'ottsvllle, 6.00, 9.10 a m and 4. 15 p m. Bundays, 600, 9.40 a m and 3.10 P m. . For Holding, 0.00, 9.10 am and 4.15 pm. Mondays, 600,9.40 a.m. and 3.10pm, For l'oltstown, l'boeniivllle, fSorrlstown wd fblladelnbia (Broad street station), 6.00, I. 10 a ra. and 4.15 p m wees: days nndays, 600, 9JIJa m 3.10 p m Traina leave Frackvllie lor Hbenasdoah aU 10.40 a m and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m. Bnndays, II. 13 a m aud 6.40 p m. lava l'oitivllle lor Shcnnndo&h, 10.15 ana 11.48, a m 7.15, 9.42 p ra. Sundays, 10.40 a m 5,15 p m. leave Philadelphia (Broad strent station), for I'ottsvllle and Bhenapdoah, 6.57,10.25 a rn 2.10, 4.10 and 7.00 p m week days. Bunday 9.2& am and 1.10 p.m. For W Yuri, 3.20, 4.05, 4.40, 6.35, b.60, 7.80. 3.20 8.S0, J.50, 11.00 and 11.15a m, 1Z 00 noon, (11m; ued express, 1.06 and 4.50 p m.) 12.41, 1.40, 2.W. 1.LU 4, 5, 6, 6.30, 6.50 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 p m, 12.01 ,112111. un uuuanys, 5,zu, s.uo, 4.su, o.aa. v.ou, l re. and 17.49. 8,2 (limited 4.60), 6.28,0.80,6,50 (.13 8.11 p m and 12.C1 nli'hu For Be uin, npring uiko, ueimar, .ean drove. Asbury BarK. and Lone Branoli 4.20, 11.15, a. ra. 4.00 p. ra. week dayr For t reenoiu, o.v, i. m. wwjk unys. Kalttmor" and Wothinffton, 8.50, 7, R,l 9,10, PiJ, 11.18a m, U.'Xlrmlted express) 8.46 l.ll 6.W nm 7.40 p. m., and 12.03 nlsht. Fo' Kaltluorci my 2.02, 4.1 1, 5 08 ana u.uu p. m. u Bundays, 3.60. 7.9), 9.1(and 11.1$ a. m. 4.4 4.67. 7 40 n m. 12.03, nli:bt. Ball 'more only 108 aud" 11.80 pm. For tuenmona ana tne sonin i.m 11.10 a. ni,, Limited Express 12.85 p, m.J12.03 night, week. lays. Bonaays, i.m a. in., iz.uj nigui. Trains Irave 11 arrlsbuig for l'ltutburg ana in tvst Averv dav at 12ji5 and 3.10 & ra and .'.00 (llmltd) and 3.40 p m. Way for Alteon a, 16 a m and 4.10 P m every day. I or Pltlsbnrg only, 11.20 a m dally and 10. m week days. Leave Bunbury lor WilUamsport, Elmlra X nsudolgua, I'.ocbtstcr, Buflaloanrt Nlean alls 5.10am dally, and 1.43 pm weekdays. "'01 ;tttklns, 6.30 pm weekdays. For ICrle and Intermediate points, 5.10 ami, tally. For hoes-Haven, 6.10, and 9.5S a m. ially, 1.34 and iSO p. in. week days. Fo? Benova 6.10 a m 1.43 and 6.30 p m week days 1.10 a. mHouilayn. 11 PUGH, J. R. WOOD, Hen. Moo'r Hen. lasa. Agt, -TTrTILMINQTON 4 NOIITUEKN It. It. Timetable iniffect Joy.10,1891. Trains leave Reading (1. & It. station) for Gibraltar, Beyfert, Blrafboro, Joanna, Bprlnp. field. Waynesburg Junction. Coatesvllle.Wes Chester.Cuadslord Junction. B. A O. Junction, Wilmington and Intermediate stations, dally except Bunday, at 0.25 and 8.30 aan. and 8.15 p. ra. Bunday only at 3.05 p. m. For Warwick, Ht. return and Intermediate stat!ons,daily except Bunday, at 9.20 a.m., and 6,19 p. m, Bunday only 8.15 a m. For Blrdsboro und Intermediate stations, Haturday only, at 12 m. For Baltimore and Washington (B. 4 O.K. It.) dally except Sunday at 0.25 and 8.30 a. in. and 3.16 p. ni. Bunday only at S.05 p. m. Trains arrive ai Beading (P. & It. nation) irom Wilmington. B. fe O. Junction, MonU rhanln, Cbadilslord Junction, West Chester, Inape, Coatesvllle, Waynesburg Junction, Bprlngfleld.Joanna.lllrdsboro, OlErultur, Bey fen and intermediate stations, dally except Bunday at 10.20 a. m. 5.52 and 8.17 p. ra. Baa. d nnly at 11.24 a.m. From Bt. l'eters, Warwick and lnteimtdlata stations, dally except Hnnrtay. at 8.29 a. m. and 2.25 p.m. Bnnday only at 6 p. m. From Blidsboro and tntermeaiato stations, Saturday only t 1.40 p. m. From Washington und Baltlmoie. dally ex. cept Bunday, 1020 a. m. 6.62 and 8.17 p. m. Bunday only nt 11.21 a m. BOWlSKbH KKKIOH, Gen'l Pass. Agt. A. G. 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