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rUUMSHKD DAILY, SUNDAY MXCElTMD It. O. JlOl'HU, JHUor mhi! l'ublUhe-r. WW. ,t. WATK1XS, Ltient Miter. ALL THE NEWS FOR ONE CENT ThrKVEXlTta HERALD hat a larger cir culation In Shenandoah than any other paprv pubMud, Jt'ioki i,prn tnjalt. SUBSCRIPTION HATK: liAtt.v.oar year - on WEKi.r, per year .. , 1 W Knterrd t the P train ie, at Shenandoah, for tmnnulwtloTi through the matin wwi) iflw man mil.tr. LAKBStDOATBS. Figures! Demonstrate the Popu larity of the Itesort. Aim. 6 M. K. Sunday school, Arhlsr-d A ia. 6. Evangelical Sunday school of Mabanoy City. Aug. 7. Welsh Congregational, ilaba noy Oily. Aug. a M. K. Sunday school, Gllber ton. . Aue. 10. M. B. Sunday school, ttlrerd- ville. and Union Sunday school, Iioit I'n ek. Ana. 11. Welsh llapust, Congreg' tional and Methodist, Shenandoah. Aug. 12. Lutheran missionary festival 1 1R Knliconal Sunday school of JIhlmnoy Olty. Ant. 14 Reformed Sunday school, of Tamsfitia. Aug. 15. Eisteddfod. " 17. Lutheran Sunday tohool, 01 rardvllle. Aug. IB. Knglish Baptist Sunday tchool Alnbsnoy Olty. Aug. 16.- M. B. Sunday school of Shen andoah. Aug. 80. Trinity Retormd Sunday school of Mabanoy City. : Auir. 80. Evangelical Sunday soliool picnic, Delano. Aug. 21. Daughters of Rebekab, Maba noy Oily. Aun. 26 Evangelical Lutheran Sunday K'bniil, Twmo.ua. Auk. 27. Young Mon'i Republican Clu Mabanoy Oity. Aug. 22 V. M. Sunday school, of Gil borlnn. Aug. 24. I. M. Sunday school of Shen. nndoah. Aug. 26. English Lutheran, Mahsnoy City. t Rooky Mountain Cure. The druggists claim that lienplo oall diily for the new euro for constipation and ci. k boadache, discovered by Dr. Sila Lane while in the Rocky Mountains. It I said to be Oregon grape root1 (ii great remedy in the far West for those com plaints) combined with simple herbs, and is made for use by pouring on boiling water to draw out the strength. It sells at CO cants a package sod is called Lane' Fpmily Medioine. Harvest icrmons tire now In order and the preachers are announcing them. Hold It to the Light. The man who tells you confidentially ust what will cure your cold is proscribing Kemp's Balsam this year. In the prep itration of this remarkable medicine foi coughs and colds no expense is spared combine only tho best and purest ingredi onU. Hold a bottle of Kemp's Balsam tho light and look through it; notice th bright, clear look; then compart) with othir remedies, Price 50c. and $1 Nothing made with Bugar, fggs and milk hJUld reaoh the boiling point. To Nervous, Debilitated Mem li you send us yyur address, we vtril mail you our illustrated pamphlet explain in it all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro Voltato Belt and Appliances, and thai charmiuir eileots upon the nervous billtaled Bystem, and how they will quiokl restore vou to viwor. and.manhood . 1'aranh lot free. If you are thus afflicted, we wil send vou a Belt and Appliances on a trial Voltaio UieT.'v Co.. .larstiall, Altec The o will bo plenty of c.bbago and lots of sour kraut for next winter. A Mystery Explalnod. The nnncrs contain freuuent notices of rlcli pretty imd educated ulna cloning witl uoeriiea. iranina and omuhmrn. Tbe woll Known specialist, Dr. Kranltlln Mllcw, fnyHull Burn giriK nre more or uss nyxuiricai, nervot vcrv Tmnuislve. unbiilmced: usually aublv to hi'iidaclio, ncumlKla, 6locpleHsnos liu modrrale crylnif or luuuhlDi;. lliMte shows weik nervous aystem for which there la uo remedy equal to Koi'.oratlve riervine. Trial kotilea and a line book, eonlnlnluK man mitrveloiis cures, froo 0. 11. llnireiibneh' druit store, who also sell, and eimrimUe Dr. Alilea' celebrated New I loan Cure, the fluent or heart ionics. Cure lliUlerluK. short bieath, eta This is the month to lake cuttings flowers for winter growing. Shlloh's Consumption Cure. This la beyond quern Ion the most aue- ccssful Coua-li Medicine vie have cvir mud, a lew doew Invariably cure the woist oi.i-e"ii( t'oiigb, Croup, and Ilronchttls, while lis won. is wituoutaparallol In the history of intdlelue Hlnce It's flrst discovery It has lieen sold nn s uerdiitee, a teat which no other medlelne nn stand, li you h.ive a (YjukIi we earnestly esK you Ml try II. j I iv mill., w nuift nun Si. to. If your Liiniia are leie, ( nest or lines i.niie. use Khllnh'a Corpus PJasttr. So'd ' H. Hagenbuch, M. K. corner Alain am i. ya atresia. Thu i-ounty fair pumpkins are bloomin A ik at a lively rate. A Glorious Record. Hinoe the Introduction of the Funioua Pan TinaOouab and Couaumptlon Cure In this viril ity, the dcotn rate Iroin Coiitiinptlou li a (iranwva wfinaeriiuiy ; li neer tana in ii.-cT aenre, and la the beat Cough medlelne iiy l. Trial uouica tree at Kirllu'a drus; TL la ia a cholera morbus weather. shou (1 Iwcnn'ful what you eat. You IIabi.gu, January 28. 1800. l iu n 1 1 msi my ounu, iHluoniUMin ' i. i with a very bad skin disease i he is s unr Inside of the m aa. Tl inv i n'mmi with lnulieilug Hires, a ins eyea were awonen snui ouucoiuinoi f. ires nn the eyelids, aud hla nosewiid iha'alna matter, and was full Insldeoftl (t.i.'S. IirHVe lum the Cactus lllood Cure lor four weeks, aud today my baby is entirely IIS KhsI lQUth alreet. N. Y. Bold at Klrlln'a Urug Htore,Ken;utou House oiiock, iueuunuoau. DASEDALL SCOHE& Tile (Hants Win and UlilcnEO mid lloiton Defeated. AT NKW TOlllC. Nw York 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 p (I- 0 Cleveland. U 0 0 0 1 a 0 0 0-4 llnttwta liusle ntltl Buckley; Shearon and Zlmtt.er. AT HftOOKI.TN. Brooklyn 01108000 0-4 Pittsburg 0 0001000 0-! Dnttorim-Terrr riiiI Klnslow; Iktldwln mm MHOk. ' AT MOM OK. Boston 0 0000000 0-0 Cincinnati ...0 oi40B00x-7 Batteries Nlahols and ORnwIli HWmf J Keetwn. at rniwDMLrwA. PhlladclDhla.. ...8 ...0 0- 7 o- a Chloairo 1 astterlea - Thornton and Clement: Ilulcliln- ou and Klttrldge, Tim National Loilguo Kecoril. ubi. iron, Ijntl. CI awu. iron. Tsk cam.. ..SI as .007 rihll,r1el'fv..a0 43 Nbwfork..4-t OH JS71 Urooklru ..38 43 IJbston ....48 !M .808 Cincinnati .30 46 Cleveland 44 .488 PltUbur ..38 48 Association (tallies. AT OOLUMBUS. OOlurhlMis 1 3100000 0 fi IMltlmoU 1 10000088 7 lhtttories Knell and Donahue: Madden and Koblnaon. AT OIXCIrTKATI. Tho Cincinnati. WMhlnirtnn ammo wm Duet lKjned on account of wet grounds. at sr. umrn. St. I-ouls 3 0000303 0-8 lioaton o o o o i l o l o a ltattoi-lea-MoOIll ami Uovlei OrirSth aud Mlirphy. AT ioctsvii.ut. AtllV&tlOS 0 0000000 0-0 WlitaVfUO 0 0 1 1 0 3 8 0 X- B Batteries -Chamberlain and Alllliirau: Strat- toil and Oahill. Tim AsAoclulliin Iteconl. Per ClKlM. mm. Lrmt. ft Tuli: IPhn. fist. C't Columbus. .44 40 .489 IliMtiin....ril) 120 .070 Kt. l.oul..fjll :I3 .048 Cmclnn'tl. M0 40 .44.') JUUtlnioreou lit .sal Wasb'ton. "H 17 .330 Alhlutlo.,41 41 .500 Lou'vllle....31 ISlistern l.nRjpiin. AT IIOOHBSTBK. Iloeliwtcr 0 0000000 00 Syracuse. 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 a- 3 Iiatlerlea Cushman nnd Sairo: Kllrov and Quinn. AT BUFFALO. lluffnlo .4 S 0 0 3 0 1 2 1-13 Albuliy 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0- O Hatteplos llarr. florman and Weokliauker: Devlin anil Hess. at biBAiroir. Ielavnou 3 New Haven 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 8 0 0 03 0 1 x 6 llattortos-QoodAle Rial Kura: Clarkson. Bales aud Tliiosou. AT thoy. Troy l'rovldenoo., ..0 0 3 0 0 0 ,.3 1 0 0 0 0 s- a O 3 ltatterlea Hhen nnd Wislla! I.vston and Murphy. NEWS OF THE DAY. Bishop Flnsch died at Lacrosse, Wis.. yostorday. Oalumut nnd Ilccla has declnrod a dividend of $0 per aharo payuble Septem ber 10. Tho arrest of an nntt-I'nrnelllte M. P. for bigamy la snid to be oxpeutod In Lon don. All the bricklayers In Omaha hnvo utrtiok for sovou bourB work on Satur day with eight houra' pity. A despatch from Paris says: Tho Ger man Government has Interdicted tho solo of Lo Gnnlols In AUnco, Lorruino. Tho election of tho Itev. Isaac Lea Nicholson ns Bishop of tho Episcopal illoceso ot Milwaukee una beou approved by 27 dlocesos n majority. The French Consul nt Chicago denies that representatives ot his government in this country nro keeping a watch upon unnaturalized I'renclunou. The Natiounl Union of Textile Workers opened their second saml-nunuiil couven tiou at Fall Klvor, yesterday, President Sullivan in tho chair. Over thirty dele gates wore prcsont. Tho stntuo of Pope Loo XIII., presented to tho Catholto University ot Washing ton, by Joseph de Loubiit of Now York has arrived at the Georgetown Custom House from Rome. Samuel Hans, a well-known real estate iloalor at AllstonMnsa., hna made nn as algument to hla father, Louis Hans. His liabilities are $500,000, whilo his gross assets aro $1,000,000. Inability to obtain roudy casli Is given as the cnuse. Tho Samuel Hans Company, to which Mr. Hans sold out about a year ngo, nre In no way Involved, having no Unhllltlos. Tho American Glucose Company, which has factories in Buffalo, N, Y. , and In other cities throughout tho Unitod States, announces a general reduction ot 10 por cent, in salaries aud wages, taking effect nt once. The cut Is made uooessnry by tho high price of corn, exceBsivooom potitlon since tho breaking up of tho glucose combination 'last fall aud the cheapuess of sugar. The cut affoots about 500 employos In this city. Tv, o Qenuluo Ttr. v: 3lB n mm H 9 BeP 2 is and will ever bo Uio MS bestfF Worn A fn9 W Oout, Influenai, Baok aoho, f-Pains in tho Sic'o. Ciiost told I Joints, Neuralgia, Mprauis, o j Belh' S yoa sood to hay, ofc Ja 49-FREE OF CH ARC'S "Cl tin j . . T, -7.1. t l.t S I O Bi odilwa, IEW YOBIl. 28 Prize Medals Awarded! r XikTspsan nonsesi jiuiuiniaui.,ijeD!iua Nsrambsrei Xanatoln, Lai pal, 50 Cents a bottle, For Sale by I J. I. I- li-Utl.ITV. C 11. lUUMNJIUCII,! SHENAHUOAII, PA., sod other dragguu. OLD HEMS IN LINE Forty Thousand 'Boys in Blno rarndins; To-Dny. AN JMMENSE CROWD IN DETROIT- The Silver Encampment Worthy to bo (Jailed a Perfect Buooeas. FntMr I.ttltn (lllU fell til Ortailril Vol biuus vv f . Ti flowers One Goinpiiny Carry-the Old kprlnitflalll Muakcls They Uitetl lu the War Tho Culured Ltuu a l'elptnxlni; Question Tilts Year. Detroit, Mloh., Atrg. '4. The veterans nre here and we nr theirs is it sentiment that is eeboed throughout this olty. The principal street are not only bias ing with the national colors In every conceivable design ana degree of pro fuseness on either side, but Immense flags nnd shields almost obscure the night lu gaslng up the centre, owing to "erosa-atrlnglng." Not only are business plnces univers ally decorated, but private residences on the main streets nre literally bid from view under the mass of Hags and bunting. There aro four handsome triumphal nrohes (manning Important streets, whleh nre models of taste autl elegance. One, spanning Fort street, near Gris wold, ia surmounted by nn elaborate FloridA display of tropical plants, and during the parade to-day 4-t beautiful girls filled It ami pelted in a rets with roses. The Oreat rarnde. Tho parade opened this morning with 40,000 men in line nil old veterans, not a single military company turning out. lOvel'V street Within three uiookb 01 thn line of march was closed by trie proclama tion of the mayor, und intrusion was further guarded ngaiust by the roping off of tho section nnd the stationing of n strong armed guard nt each atreet inter section. Oue company, that from Union City., Mloh., appeared In heavy marching arms, with tho old bprlugueiu muskets aud tho same accoutrements ns they wore when they marched out of Detroit In the stormy days when men were needed nnd Michigan did Its duty. Mimln Kvary whare. With its streets full of marching men, with every house quartering n veteran, with the strains of intislo lloutinti on every breath of the wind and with tho sound ot the drum and the shrill note ot the fife In the air, Detroit is experiencing n time the like of wiiloh it has never seen before and will never see again. Thanks for the norfect nrrauaements there ia room for all with plenty to oat and noth ing lacking to make tho silver encamp ment worthy of the name of perfect sue oess. The "Color" QuoHlou. Everybody Is so busy hero that tho nuostlon of drawing the color line In tho G. A. R Is practically receiving no at tention. Not only nro tho newspapers so occupied with other matters that the suu. Ject is dwarfed, hut until the posts all Ket In and settled ana tne parade is pver, thqy hnvo little thought for the matter that the light is n coming issue. The Southern men seen nearly all be lieve that the negro has eot to go into a department by himsolf, but to what OX' tent they nre organized oannot at preaout bo determined. RIOTS IN ROME. boclnlUts lltivn n Vortlfin of tlia Town Hall Many tVi.nnded. Rous, Aug, 4. The muniolpal election in Romo has been attended by terrlblo riots. A socialist nnmod Carlffo led the riot ers, who looted and burned a portion of tho town hall, destroying valuable nrchlves. In tho suppression of the riot one por bou was killed nnd many wounded.; IS. W, Herliiji for Ouvtirnor. Cincinnati, Aug. 4. E. W. Scrlpps, proprietor of tho Cincinnati Post, is talked about as a suitable candidate for Governor of the People's Party ticket. A committee will wait ou Mr. Scrlpps at his resldonco lu Westchester for consul tation in reference to tho use ot his name before the convention at Spring field to-morrow. This will be in the na ture of a surprise for that gentleman, who has had uo Intimation that he lias been considered ns 11 possible caudldato for gubernatorial honors. Ulrw. Riorum's lteinaliis Arrive, New York, Aug. 4. Tho North Ger m m Lloyd steamship Ems, which just arrived here from Southampton and Bremen, has on board tho remains of Mrs. Elliott T. Slocum of Detroit, who left to vlalt her sister iu Dresden on February lust aud died there June Oth. The cofllu was received nt the dock by ox-Postmiister-Genor.il Dickinson ond Bishop Wilmington ot Nebraska. Tho remains will bo taken to Detroit ou President Ladyard's private car, Mrs. Slocum was the daughter ot tho late Ransom Wood. Italy Mas lleoruu lletrcncliliig. Londox, Aug. 4. From Italy comes the news that the government has begun retrenching nt the foot by deciding to dismiss 8,000 worklnumeu from the gov ernment dockyards this mouth. Thu de cision has aroused widespread discon tent among the workmen, and the large number to be thus thrown upon their own resources are said to bo ripe for mischief. The Uprising in llareelmm. I'ARis, Aug. 4. Senor ZorllU, iu an interview, denies all ooinpllolty with the uprising in Barcelona. As for himself, be said, he would attempt nothing with out a oertalnty of auooess. Tho latest advices from Barcelona Justified the be lief that it was a genuine Rapubllouu up rising. lcubbar Winks ltesumlnc. South Fk amino u am, Mass., Aug. 4. Tho Para Rubber Shoe Works, which on May 90 closed for an Indefinite period, has re sumed work in the mixing rooms, and by Thursday all the departments will be iu operation. Father of Tneutr-sovaii Ghlldran. IlALTiMonc, Md., Aug. 4. Mr. George W. Bush, agsd 00, died in this oity lost eveninic. He was the father ot twentv- seven ohildren, thirteen of whom survive survive him Bn.h w,Wnln HoiH.nr. n,.i- UlS was Drn in Ualtltaoro County. "Will Sinn U llli Neu-Unlmi Men. ronsviLt-E, Pa., Att. 4 It has beci Jccldeil to start up the 23 lush mill o the I'ottsvlllo Iron nnd Steel Ooiiipatt: with a number of i.ien tv io h.ive lal tho nrmy of 800 ti ikerg. A numlier c men from o it of town will nWo be on tjnged as eoou as wanted. T. e Amalga nlillexl AS'iuhilion have promised aM to the striken and t'io mnj nt of tliem nre still out. Kllnr AIM ii ml or Visit the Uir. St. nmuumiHO, Aug. 4. Kin Alexan der, the youthful ruler tC Servta, is guest of the Csar, nnd Queen Natalie I making things very disagreeable. Shi Iwgs tire Czar, as her c .' god-father, U order him to see his mother. The tiaar. of course, is power I est to luterfvrt, em by suggestion, as King Alexander i Il tho care mid custody of the Chief Resut M. Blstllcb, who accompanies him. Aim oil Clinked Aiiv, CoLCMSua, Iiid., Aug, 4. While Job' Wagoner, an employe ot the Cerealln Mills nt this place, was inside ot aue a the bolleis dunning, it, another employe not knowing that Wagoner was tuerv turned a stream of hot water in ou blm, almost cooking him ullve. Eteoti-le itlubt Hulldlnte Kurneil. Nrtv Yomc, Aug. 4. Fire started ubou? 0 o'clock last night Id the large brio). building of tho Richmond Electric Light Company at St. George, Staten Island, and within nn hour destroyed the entire structure with its contents. Loss (200,000 Denth-of n. Welch 1'renetiAi'. London". Aug. 4 Rev. Dr. Owen Thomas, the celebrated Welsh Presby lorlau minister, la dead. llrooklrn.llern'atu 1'uH Ittrkr. Fall Rivbb, Mas., Aug. 4. The Brooklyn Cricket Club defeated tho Fall Elver Club, by a score ot 88 to 75. Advertising It is said will sell anything, tbis is true in a measure; but for staying qualities,- merit ia the test Extensive advertising may sell anything where J$ is new or unknown, but after it comes into general use, it is Judged according toils worth. The continued and steady growth of Swift's SpccifU la the bost evidencu of its excellence. It is most popular where it is best known. Every bottlo sold, soils text others. Every one that take it be comes its friend, nnd rocotr.mcnda II to their acquaintances. Treatise on Blood and SklnDiscawo rallied frco. Swu-r Spkcitic Co., Atlanta, Gs W-Moiial Bank SHENANDOAH, PENNA. Capital, $100,000.00. A. W. Leisennng, Pres., P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres., J. R. Leisennng, Cashier, S. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier. Opcit Dally Front 9 to 3. 3 PER CENT. INTEREST I I'alcl uii tiavlnuH ncpusitn. The fsaioaj firm of OCULISTS and OPTICUXS or pmiiADnt,iiiiA IIuvo arranged to p-nd one of their Rliveclallst 1. A the EYE TO SHHNANJJOAII, Saturday, August 15, IS91, lie will beat the Forfiusou Bouae, lromK.SOA. M. to 6 P.M. Those whose eyis are (auamg dlseoraforl should rail upon our sj-cclallit, and they will receive intelligent und skillful attention. DS4 Hirttmtt 61., VhlUultlpliln, WATER OF LIFE. A newly discovered MlNliHAli WATltH, the uteoi vl.li li will mj.ply In portaut ele nients ntctisury loheollli. It will cure the Kidneys, l.lvt-r, Hloinucli, nnd all Dowel and llladder diseases. II v 111 dissolve calculi and remove them. It removes the urlo acid from the blood nnd thus destroys Malaria and uuuis. ii cures iiricnvs mseasc, ana is es. peclally recommended for people advanced In life, and for teneral debllll v. For undoubted for teneral debility. For undoubted I proofs or th proofs or this tend lor pairpblet giving full J panicuiBis.ioj.it. rsiuti, water oi r.ue V. i Hunth Main HL. Wllkea-Barre. Pa. Only tei nlne b'ood purifier known. U enrw ttln dlsue, lhenmatsm, gout, liver and luluey troubles, . nil removei all srrorulous nd spHjlflo blood tatiiis, Mo mluernl, nt nllutis and no relapses. Sold sl Itlrllh's Drutj filore, FtrgtuotCs llottl Mock, Shenandoah, Pa Your trndo la wlint wo vnnt. This 1b bow we propose lo get it. lly selling you n ilret clnps article; by Boiling you fcr ks tlum cilliers; by telllig you furniture, nu organ, n piuno, a sowing muciiiue or anything else in the lino of liotnehold goods. Wo have a large nnd va ried stock to select from. Notioublotosliovi'Boods. Cnll, examine nnd be convinced. fi. D h Id THE OLD RELIABLE, .P; Williams 4-Bro., South Main St!, . .- SHE 3Sr.3ST3D O-A-IES:. Lehigh Valley Railroad. AERAtlQEMENT OIT PAbSlU.Qm TKA1K0.' -MAY 10, 1891.- I'nsseneer trains will leave Bheuandcab ft j Maticn Chunk, Leblghton, Slatlnuton, Catn ,nuou:u Allenlown. Bethlehem. Kaston. 1'hil dt 1 nil la and New York at 5.47. 7.40. 9.08 a. m.. I2A2. 8.10. 5.28 n.m. For Uelvldere, Delaware Water Gap and sirouagnurK ato.7, a. m ano o.p. m. r or L.aiuueri.viiic ui.u arenion, y.vo a, in For White Haven. Wilkes-Uarro and Pitts IU1 V.I , , O.VO, lU.1t f ,U, ItllU UUU . IU, e.i on. ii. a, o lit .....I e on n . For runuuannocK, lo.u a. m,,3.iuunuB.yt p. In For Auburn, Ithaca, Geneva and and Lyosc iu.4i a. in., ana o.w p. in. ior uioeyviiie, iowanoa, oayre, waveny Elrulia, Itocbesier, llulllilo, Macara FaUs Chicago, and all points Weht at 10.41 a. m.,a)u i.iw ii. m. Fpr r jmlrn and the West via Hnlnumnca nl 3.iu p. ra. Pnr Audenrled. liazlelon. Etockton. bun.- i.cr Yard. Weatterlv and l'enn Haven Jnno lion nt 6.47,7.10,9,08 a. m.and 12.52, 3.10 aDd 1.26 p.m. For Jeanosvlllc, Lcvlston and Beavei Meadow, 7.40, 9.08 n. m. and 5,28 p. m. For Mciauton at 6.47 9.08, 10.41 a. tu. 8,10 and 5:20 p. ui. For Hezle Brook. Jcddc, Urlfton and Free land at 6.47, 7.40, Uli, 10.41 n. m 12&2 8.10 and 6.28 p.m. Fur Quribnko at 6.47 and 9.08 a. m abd 1.10 p. m. For W lggaiis, Hilberlon and Frackvllle at 5.(0 and 9.03 am,, and 4,10 p. in. For Yatesvllle, Mnhanoy City and liriano 5.47, 7.40, 9.C8, 10.11, 10,68 h. m., 12.62,3.10,5.6, 8,03, 4.2 1 aud 10JJ7 p. rn. For Lost Creek, 31ratdvllln and Ashland I. 27. 7.-JB.8.K!, 10.15 a. iu., 1.00, 1.40, 4.10, Uliti tUOnnd 9.11p.m. For Uarkwalor, Ht. Clair and Pottsvllle, 7.40, b.08, 10.58 a. m., 12.62, 3.10, 4.10, 6.20 and 8.0i p.m. For Duck Mountain, New Borton and Mora., 7.40, 9.08 , li .63 a. u,., 12.62, 8.10, 6.26 and 8.03 p. m. ' For Haven Run, Ccntralla, Mt. Carmel and Hhamohln, 8.52, and 10.16 a. m., 1.40, 4.40 and 8.08 p. m. Trains leave Hhamokln tor rJbenandoab, 7.K. 115 a. m.. 2.10. 4.80 und 9.80 p. m., arriving at Hhenandoah, 9.05 a.m., 12.52. 3.10, 6.20 and II. 15 p. tn. HUNDAY TltAINH. For Lost Creek, Ulraidvlllo and Ashland, 0.50, 9.10 11.35 a. m., 2.45 p. in. For Uarkwnter. 81. Clair and Pottsvllle, 6A0, 8.00, 9,S0 a . m.. 2.45 p. m. For Yatesvllle, Mabanoy City and Delano, U.UO, 11.35 a. tn., 1.40, 4.40, 6,03 p. m. For lifty, Audenrled and Hnileton, BIX a- ra., 1.40 p. m: Fur Manch Chunk. I.eLlphton, Blatln;ton, ratusnuqua, AUeutcwn, liethlebem, Kastoi and New York, 8.00 a. in., 1.40 p. m. For Philadelphia, 1.40 p. m. k II. BYINC1TON, Uen'l Pass. Agt., liethlehem, Or tho r.liinur llal.ll, lillli l.r Cueeu uuuiiuiMierliit; nr. ualuete Uobleii Nin llle. It Is manufactured a a powder, whtoh oan be elvon In a fflfuu, ot baer, a oup of coffe or tea, or In food, without the knowledge of the patient. It li absolutely barmleM, and will effoot a permauent and epeody eare. whether the p-uteut is a moderate drinker or an oloohollo wreulc It dm been elven In thoutenda of oases, mad la eveip nulanoe a perfeot oure haa fol lowed. J t never t'alla. The uyetem onoe impreanat. edwttn the 0peoiflo.lt beoomea an uttlr nupoaalmlity (or tns liquor appet. te to extdt. 49 pace book of partloulora frt-e. To be bod Q C. H- HAGENBUCH, Druurjlst, Shenatdoah IMPORTANT NOTICE I All persons are hereby warned NOT TO FISH IN THE BASIS ! Belonging to the Shenandoah Water Company, and all parties caught violating this notice will be Prosecuted ns Trespassers. By order of the aoMF-A-asTTzr. I'liFlllOB! biladelpliia and Bending ailrc;d' lime JYiWe in effect July id, ittyi um LEAVE SUENANUOAH 4S F0U,0ffS i MSuS,h,.hunl e-k daysy MS. n-W-JSnd M4ind 2.t0p. m. idaiPt m,1' 18 85 " 'n urt "S6 r tnj 0, S. p. in.. "'7-; o'p. 'iM""wn week tlaya, 7. 20 . 20 a m,, 2.W S 4 80 P.!,?. ainai,fl!:ii S?' a-'osT"- 5in5 MuhB;y 'ity, ml qt, iio, ,.po. a m., 123' 2,r,o nnd r ji ii,.,8"ma' 2-"'Bl,rt 7,a.m , " al) 1, , IMltlona, ,0, -uauanoy City, week tfaya1 '7.06 mi.mVf'm" 0o""W. week days, "Si y2i!aJS!1,onJi 'unbttry and LewlM.nra. iek days. s.2i, 7.26 an.t 'i 8.1 a. in , j.35 7 Sl . Hnudaj' 1:2-. . in , ,1.06 p. m. or Mahaiio Fiaue, ita Ui vs 2 '0 9 ,.7.saDd 11.8J o.i,',., lii., 1 :.r" ?V m . -io, 4 so . i.t -or Glrfravlll (lUppahannock Bb.tion) IZ.8B, 1 as ,'.o, 6,55, 7.00 aud 0.25. p. m. Hunday , J'.O. 2 , 7.4S a. iu.. i .,fl. i.ao n. m. r kSntaUd And hHllli.ltl,, aruab- A.m . .2 , 9.25, 7.2U, 11.81 a in., 180 V.X) nnd 9,2 1 KA1NK K)H rtl'.BNANljUAHi 1 New York via PblladUpula, week - m., 1.8O, i.ou. 7.00 j.. m., 12.1S .Ul. Handiy, d.0o p. in..la.is jlgnt. ?.a,t-.NJ Vork vl" Msneli (flunk, wee ijs, 4.IW. 8.46a lu., i.ixiand4.0J p. m. ,'e PblKdelpmu wt ..,, ai, ,ofl id Oallowbill and 8.86 a. m. and II K' p ro. rom mh am . j , .vota. huuday B.05 a. u. 11,10 p. ra from lo.. Ifi -Tl 1 ueev KtiidlUK, wi-i days, 1 8 . 7.11, iiu 0 d ll.SU a. m., 0.6S, 7.57 p. m. Bnuday 1 .Ho m .4h a, m. beave IHittavllle, wm.k dayi. '-V, 7,4i. rr iu. tt 11 k). m. b.lu...i.r. 41: 7 IK1 -t ,1 .... U6...I11. ' xveTn ill aqua, wu. ic days. 8.A), a.ih mu Uli, 11, MO, HUM lt, II, 111, OU1IUE1 it J 7 43 ra. and 250 p. m. .eave asaiuuio , ij , weoR nays, b.4U, u. rt ad 11.47-1 m., 7.4V and H.44 p.m. tut) .iy, 8.40,8.17 a, m., p. m. Leave altanoy 1 m e, week day... 2-4 , 4.1 0 .80. HJ. 11.-9 a. m.,1. 8, ilea. "1 20, 2d 7. ;, aii'i 1 i'(i n tn. Mnndav !4 . 4.0J. i.nd f 7. ... m 3 37, S.01 p. ru. ..h1 uirareiviue titappanauiiiwiL uuuion res days, 2.47. 4.07, n.S6, and v.41 a. ru., ik.O'i, 2, .'. 'H, 0.82, 8,08 and 10.08 p. in. nondnj , 2,47, 0 ,. S8a,m,B.4i,5.ii7 p. m. ,xute Wllllwnwtnrt, wees days, 8.oo,ti.4, aa a. m. M and 11.15 p. ra. Utuida. ..Hi. Put UsJUmore, Washington and tup west .a B, A O. n. It., tbrongh trains letve Uli . rd 1 venue station, Pltlladelpblii, , & K. K lt.i a 4.10, SOI and ilia a. m 1.84, 4. J4, r..65a. t 28 p. ra. Htinday, 4.18 8.02 11,27 e., m., tin 65 aud 7.34 p. in. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION. eaveFblladelDbla. Chestnut riu-6ot v- uarl i,u i-iohtd aireet wnarr. For Atlantic Cits. week-d.ya Kxnresa. 5.15. 8 00. 9:00. 10.45 . -n. nol i fSaturdav-t only. L.W). 2.10. sou. 3.80,.. , 5 00 (1.00 ... m. .ojouiJi.iJat. u, 7 10 . n., 4.10. e ou ;. tn, Min i . rutpress, 5 15, 7.00, 7.3J, 8.00, 8 80, J.OO, 0.30 4. ra. and 4 30 p. m. -ve -o.iiu, 4.00. u. re. and . 45 p. .t-. returning, leave Atlantic City, dei nt curne, : nUoa.nd Arkan tvww.- v e-k ii ' press. 7.00. 7.30. S 00. 0.00. 10.00 a. m. nnd 3 15. 4 00, 8 SO. ti.3 ', 7.110, 9 80 p. in. Accommodation u.w, B.iua. 111. ana u.up m. nunuays - nx press, 3 SO, 4.00, 5 1X1,0 00, 0 00 7-00,7.30 8 00, 9.! p.m. Accommodation, 73Jn.ni ,6.05 p m. v. . HAJStitjK, lieu 1 1 ..., 1 .tfH MOlifiXJl). free. A Ken'l Wanauc-T JVCKSTLVAKIA RfttiROAD Ki POHtTTUtlLI. DIVIBtOF. ntandaier ATcr. 24, 1890, trains wilt Ur.v nhetumdaali at toUnwt; For Wlsgnn, Gllberton, Frackvllle, New Jaslle, St. Clair, and way points, e.00, idi m and 4.16 p in, Sundays, 800, 9.10 am and. s.lOp m. For Pottavllle, 6.(10, 9. 10 a m itcd L 15 p m, Sundays, taw, tf.40a m and S.10 p m. For Reading, 6.00, 9.10 am and 4,15 pm, Sundays 000, 0.40 a.m. and 8.10pm.' For Fottstown, 1-hoenixvllle, HorrlstO'rn uia Pblladelphla (Brosd street station), 6,00, .10 a m, and 4.16 p m weekdays unndays, 600,9.ua m 3.10 p m TtrIub leave Frsckvllio lor Bhenandcah at. 10. 10 am and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m. Hnndays, U.18 a m and 6.40 p m. Lve PattsvUle lor Bhenandoab, 10,16 audi il.ii, a ra 7.15, 9.42 p in. b-antlays, 10.40 a m 5.15 p lo. Leave Philadelphia (Broad suect elation), lor PoUsvlllo aud Hhenandoah, 6.57 10.25 1 ra 2.10, 4,10 and 7,10 p m week days. KuuOayf.a, a :n nnd 1.10 p. m. For w York, 8,20, 4.115, 4.40, 6.35, ii.6e, 7.80, i.208.80, J.60. 11.00audll.l5am.l2.00uoon, (Pro' lted express, 1.06 and 4.50 p in.) 12.41,1.40,2.,-), J.20, 4, 5, 6..6.30, 6.F.0 7.13 8.12 and ltl.CO P nt, 12.01 night. On Hnndays, 3.2U, 4.05, 4.40, 6.85, 8.12, 8.S0, 9.60, at in. and 12.49, 8.20 i Hint led 4.50), b.'li, o.ai 7.18 v m and 12.01 night. lor Hna Uirl. ynrln.- Ocean Grove, Asbnry Park, and Lonff llranon j.SO, 11,15, a. m. 4.00 p. n . week davr For Freehold, 5.0 p. ru. week days. Baltlmor- nnd Wnst.iuston, :) 50, 7.20, B,tl 9.!", llf.20, llJS-u m.S (limited exrr"p!R. 46- inu 111, T llU.iu;u Bipp-; 7.40 p. m., and 12.03 night. Fo nly 2.02, 4.1 1, 5 08 and li 30 p. m. s.S.ft), 7JJ, V.lKind 11,18 a. m. 4, .t o.r anr 4.if flaltlinore. nly On (Sundays. S. 4.67,7.40 n ra. 12.03 night. Baltimore only tl.un Hna u.ou p in. For tllcbmond and the Booth 7.20 ll.lt a, n, Limited KxpteBS 12.85 p. m.,)12.03 nlEbt,week lays, riendays, 7.20 a.m., 12.03 night. Trains leave Harrlsburg for 1'liuburc anQ thB west every day atl2.25nud 8.10 a m aid J.0O (limited) aud 3.40 p xa, Wny for Altcoaa, (.15 a m aud 4.10 p in every nay. For 1'lttBbnr only, 11.20 a m dally and 10.20 . m week days. Leave muibury lor Wllllamsport, Iflm!n, Mnotidalgua, ttochesler, Bullaloand Nlaguiu sails 6.10am dally, and 1.48pm weekdays. iTor Vattlcn, 5.E0 p m week days. For Frte and Intermediate points, 6.10 a mi, la1ly. For Lock Haven, 6.10, and 9.63 a ro, tally, 1M and 6.S0 p. in. week days. Foi ltenova 6.10 a m 1.43 and 6,30 p m week clays, 1.10 a, m Hnndays. '5HA8. B I'DGII, J. B.WOOD, (Ion. Man'r Gon, Pot-a, AKt, "YTIIiMINGTON A NOItTHISUN R. It. Timetable intffect May, 10,1891. Trains leave Heading (l. d. 11. station) for Glbialtar, Meyfert, Illraiboro, Joanna, bprlng fleld, WavneBburK Juuctlon, Coatesvllle.Weat Cbestcr,Chadsloid Junction, B. i O. Junction, Wilmington and Inlermedlolc stations, dslly except Bunday, at 6.25 ond 8.80 a.m. and 3.15 p. m. Hon day only at 8 05 p. m. For Warwick, HUl'eteis und Intermediate stot ions, dully t jtcept Hunday, at 9.20 a.m., and 5.19 p. m. bunday only 8.15 a m. For BlrdsU.ro and Intermediate stations, Saturday only, nt 12 in. For Baltlmort and Washington fB. .t O. It. It.) dally except Hunday at 6.25 and 8.80 a. m. and 3.15 p. m. bunday only m 8.05 p. in. Trains arrive 1.1 Hthding (P. & It. itatlon) lromWllnilngton.il. it O. Junction, Munt-. ebunln, Chuddsioid Junction, Wtbt t'btstir, Lenupe, Coatesvllle, Waynesburg Junction, Hprlngneld,Joannn, r.lrdsboro, G ibialtai , Hey fen nnd Iniei mediate stations, dally except Hunday at 10.20 a. m. 6.62 and 8.17 p. in. bun day only at 11.24 a. m. From Ht. Peters, Warwick and Intermediate stations, dally except Hnuday, at x.iii u. m. aud 2.25 p.m. Bunday only at 6 p. m. From Blrdsboro aud Intermediate etatlona, Dctu.iut; tiu.j Rt i.iv p. lit. From WasliluKton nnd Baltimore, dally ez ccpt Hunday, 10 20 a. m. 6.62 und 8.17 p. m. Sunday only at 11.21 a. m. liOWNKHH BHIGGH, Oen'l Tass. Agt. A. G. MCCAUHItAND.Hupt. tl II nTII n r Wo he undersigned, H 1 1 r I I H r . nrB tntlroly emed of II U I i UliLl Rupture by Dr J. II. MAYKlt, 8.11 Arch HI., Pblla. TLomas 11. Ilartttng, New lllnggold, Pn., I. fandt, Houlh Kaslun, l'u., L. I, it C. A. Deturck, 0:ey, Pa It. G. Hlanley, 421 Spruce St., Ibnnon, la., A. Bchuelder. Loctu-t Dale, Pn..D, B. Noll, Lime kiln, l'u., Wm. 12. Har tustlna, Phoenlxvllle, l'a., W. M. Iiflnbach, 621 Wakblngton Ht Heading, Pa., J.C. Lyme, 1810 AV. Howard Bt., Hnrrisburit, l'u., O. ICeehn, Dutnilassville, Fa. Dr. MAYKIl Is at lintel Penn, lteadlntr, Pa., on the 2nd Haturday of each month. Cull lo ste lilin. H. It. UIUOKER, M. D PHYSICIAN AND STOJtOEON, Not UKast Centre Btreet; ilahanoy City, Pa Hkln and all special diseases a specialty .