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ItBI 1MIFD DAILY, SUNDAY KXCK1TKD IT, C HOWIl. Hilllor anil I'uhllther. V .If. J. VTATKIiiS, leal Mlfni-. ALL TH E NEWS FOR ONE CENT J'; KVysiva JfKRAT.Dhata laraerrir t 'aon ui ,s, i iitmOtMih than any oilier paper pub'ii ' . Jlf'ft' tprn to all. subscription rates: VK i.v, t year,. ..WOO Weekly1, per year 1 SO Eat 1 i 1 d at ( h Pnitomco, al Bhonatdonb, P, for transmission through tb mall an levond alow niflll matter. LAKBSIDB, DATES. P'lurcs Demonstrate the Popu ltuiiy oftlia Rosort. At) Ct Ao t I.. Au C u-i. Evangelical Lutheran Suiday i" nu. '. -Young ilea's Demoi ralie .MOV CltV Ob. What n. dough. i I I i.i'Mil 'fli. I il.. .1 t I ji'' H S J r ... i to ii il ..1 1 lu ll.' ykil'lt' il 1 u .. u .1 (OUi.ll. " ,' uiuie u.'.i . n i. yi . 1' l'o i i.l ... I". - i i)ll' I'm. ..i i men, N K. mo i i ' ' tll.l'U ,1.11.. vl 'UiVll Cl' , ...I ,& I. 'JUIS . i . itu t.ui ten ) i ieti . i ,jnp uiHi- Alt, , f . do I W : l t, de or ! ,mi Suld b; diiatr A' nil Rn tl H i.U' .-canon. io en e Ask Your Friends About It. Your d'-lreisinn cough can bo cured "VVo know it tiMHuee Kemp's 15lwirc within the part few yeitrs has cured so yr ny coughs and colds in tbKeomnuuiity, 1H ica' irksble sale has been won entirely bv its i.nnuino merit. Ask some friend who has u-od it what Iib thinks of Kemp'F Bate m. Tbeieis no medicine so pure nonc-o effective. Large bottles COc andll at alt diuv-oU'. A Cure lor Constipation and Headache. Dr Kiln Lane, while in tho lloctry Moiniii m dUcovereti r root .hat wlvm com- cd wi'.U other herb', make- f.n ei. and c i 'i cute for (ot'i ' tut'on. It if iu the ii ii oi" dry root" anl lesvcn, and in known will c ' livor t ' r 'tnti " sell u iii 1! Line's J J n)y Jlodicirc. It n . k headscii '. I'or tho blooit, i i i'ikj", m d for clearing up the on it dVtT ;wondori. lJrugui us ' i cunts a pai'kago . inimn'igt.t. jir.w York, rein e-iy rs, isw . zliin.i hi 1 1 no l.'ii, (Jen einiit: ! n i"i. y .". io liecuiol e itli yoi auiii c if, iiu en -n i. i i v. "u Mir.e.i. ..urn it . i e M ! r iiw tiL , ur r ,i . I' il. 1 Jln 1 W A It 1 1 iv, t lr il- il tut .0 1 I i lit- Mil. A U.,i'.' .1 J i u i iiy wc 'i, n il iior i ' y l'i i t.y o-lc blitfci !. ilcKEO.N, S 8 1-. avenue i r. . i Jiu.ini? i o 111. 1 1 u ix .uulf . Ji i iitjuauUoci. qll'i'j C "J. SI' j i'h ConmimptlOTi Cure. I ! enl i I. It. lllOUt StlC- .mi I'll i t.avt evt-rsold. ii' 'oi- 1 1 1 wo m c; - ol tfirv it. woii. . i UAiiriijiiiou i-. I ' . OI JUttVUIilr tm a -ol'i ou h uei med'.wi i 'en. t- i,dic n .ma I I O t - I .,', ito'd o ,,i oii.f-r Mh.ii p id I . II 1 IOi How to Suoceocl. I J i i.tiegieitl problem or Ills which lew lj folvc. mine lull neeuiibe oi ii- 1 li, others wuni ol lutk, hu' tue 'viiuiu dfli leut Bitt waiitol neiv , ,' nervous, lirttolute, cUaugeuui i tie bh en snd ' lake the kplms Ooiwii li - the uptrliK up," limn warn iiik 'I., i ' linn', oppoituu'ty uuu uen e Km... '1 1 - nuiliiiig like llielleslOriiveNi'Vliii . i .in (I ny i lie uiest ii)lslin, Dr. ... il. -, . aiiieivuiw di i .isc. hh liouiluilie, i lie iil luiMiua luo-iiHtuiii, Klceplekmii-H, ii. i in. si. Vriis d ti ce, tlt, iidiI liyne:lB. i1 i", mi , mil flue 1k.hu of te tnnoiilals at t . 11. IIugeubtlch'K di UK stole. I rii ' 'i ii !,' pi. I II i'ii il 1 D lii I 1 .'till. A Fatal Mistake. . t' .iiis make no more latal mistake til. en iliey Inform patients t lint iiervoim ii i.iiiiles oowe fioin Hie slinnacn Hint ol liiile ion equence. Dr. Franklin tu noleil Indiana i-iicmllH., liim . i im coutraiy m Ills new UkiK on l' - e." wulch nmy be had lies at II i nidi's di iw m oi t who mi' raniten i ii oil Dr. M Its u squalid New i .-, ubub lm . i lie lurgeki sale ol any n yi 'i tue vroild. llcurei neivnus 1 e hi ' 1. disease, kbniL IjichiIi n. i n or lendrrut sa In the side, arm . mi J. i la i' inline .Jlutlil t.i'liiDuii i ' ), .ic. His Htm iraint) Kenjim ma. lie, fits, CUJ. in ns. M A' I J M A ' new pi' ii .i'-ri tuv . fir f u In 1 1 Hit I lie i ;h .lu It ; r ' .lis. kptfll") . "' llVi.plc inn, lu-iu ivi r 1' '. " ' lli'i'ii. i .uivtasti, ml. i v I free, st (j .mi 'i- v I b ' rii. en. H il. UU.K11 Completed to Deadwood. Tho 11 1 i nifton Boute, o., B. &Q. R. it,, , o n ( i '"i', l'eoria nil St. I.ouln, in now i ii ni ! uil daily pmrnt'iiKer tisint sre i.i ' h oujiii Jiiucuin, Nelt., mid ( -i. I)., to ldw.Kl. AltotoNew (i " V yomltij. Bion' ait canto Dead wo '. tl I ' ".'ite Harvest BxcxubIo'is . uri Fiw li" lUiiwaV hm! 1 on A .. ltm'.iifi ! tun s i-"!' I- ow rs " '" 't Kx-'.' 'i hi o :-'i mh '.c M ... , Iinii' A'kn -t , T - tii'd nil pi . iinl M iIWi-', Aux1'"' -j.n, Bev ii'. " JthaadUHh. Tick-l good r th i i'i; irifurni'h KMover pr.v lp - ' i . nun of nnd. Kurt 'ef i .i .i .nil liy any o'' the cora 1 - , : II C. T w c .1, Oeneml P k' t -J l'k't Al ut, St LouI, M. 8 : :t MURDER AT A CHRISTENING. A AVoinim Killed liy Her Brother During a Ilrunlun llrtiwl. Chicago, Aug. 24. A drtinknn lirnwl nt a christening party last night remitted In the murder of Mm. Amelia Dtinvnld by her brother, Albert Kinkl, a laborer. The evening wan Hiient in card plnylng, Ringing, anil beer drinking, and at mid night the beer began to effect the crowd. An hour later a numberof tho party were greatly Intoxicated, and a dispute aroMs between Klnki and one or the guests named Kralich. Words led to blows, and Kinkl drew a revolver, which he flour ished in the air. Mrs. Darwald attempted to wrest the revolver from her brother. He pulled the trigger twice and sent two bullets into his sister's bruast, killing her almost Instantly. An officer was called and arrested the murderer, who was stupidly drunk. BEATEN TO DEATH. A U'lilli) AVoninn llrtitally Murdered by Her Jealous J'aralliiitir. TwtNTOX, N. J., Aug. M. Mary Lyons, n white woman lielonging to Uristol, Pa., was beaten to death In the uionilng by her colored paramour, William Scruby, Soruby and the woman had recently separated. Late last night he heard that she was here in company with a colored man named lTiiyne. lie went to the Wagner House and bent I'rayne and an other man named Uaynrd until they ran away. He then struck the woman with a chair and continued to boat her until her head was crushed in. Scruby was found on the farm where ho was employed and arrustbd. MURDER - SUSPECTED. A I"iirmer' Son Dies from tho UiTrcts ol mi UicrdoHO of Morphine. SyhacusK, X. Y., Aug. 24. Charles Buck, the son of n well-to-do farmer, died here last night from tho cflccUj of a dose of morphine. Jlo had been living with a woman named Ella Hisley, who said that Uuck committed suicide because of Jealousy. Uuck had been on n spreo for a week and both ho and his mistress wero drunk last evening. The woman has been arrested. Her statements are contradictory and it is suspected that It is sho who administered tho drug. There is another woman in tho case, of whom Mrs. Hisley is believed to havo been jealous. Shot and Killed Hit IIuhIkiihI. Nicollet, lliun., Aug. 84. Mrs. John D. Miller shot and Instantly killed her husband yesterday. They had been divorced for some weeks, but Mrs. Miller had continued to live in her husband's home. She was Jealous of his attentions to a young woman named Schee, and on meeting them together, drew a revolver and killed her husband. Upon seeing Mrs. Miller with a revolver, Miss Schee ran for the door. Mrs. Miller fired nt her twice, one ball making it llesh wound in tho shoulder and another cutting away n part of her hair. Iloth women were ar rested. Vuliio of Argentine Crops. Wasiiinoton, Aug. 21. The Bureau of American Uepubllca has information in dicating that the estimated value of Ar- ...... Hi, ,.vn.,u rlilu uiiinn will lm if.l) 1(1(1 . 000, of which $:)0,O00,b0O will bo available for export. The probable yield of wheat will be miU.OUU tons, of which .iUU.UOU will bo available for export, and tho yield of maize will lie 1,000,000 tons, of which ono lialf can be sont abroad. A Fraudulent Concern AsHlgn. VheeUNo, W. Vn., Aug. 21. The Fra ternity financial Co-operation made nn assignment, to 0. H. Edmunds, of Phila delphia. Tho victims numbered 14,000 and lived mostly In New England, Now York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Tho gang of operators are believed to have obtained upwards of $1100,000 from members before they were compelled to close up. Judgement ihould be displayed In bnytnfr raeW due aboro nil tilings. In selecting a remedy for any dleecuo, you aliouldbo positive that It contains nothing Inju rious to tlio health. Many remedies on the market leave the patient In ft much worse condition, than boiom taking them. s. s. s. U purely vegetable, and perfectly hut-micas; the most delicato child caa take It with absolute safety. It contains no mercury or minerals of any kind, and yet It never fails to cure tli dis eases It Is recommondod for. Hock on Blood and Skin diseases frca. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oft a Genuine Xn, 13 anJ will over bo tho best Betnedy for rLnnf Tviflnfitip. "nnukaolio. TJoina ,n ili.-lRlrln. CI hi? tit anil I Hdu'.a yon need to o7i 0i..ala he vain iblo book! Urn's - ir";0i wlWi endorsQtaents of prctutr.iiai poyuiuaae, .nnlbss SIU Brondway, WfcW TMBIt., 28 Medals Awarded 1 aropeanHoneilIlndoliUdt,I,inaoii ' leani, Pregne, Uotteidam, Olteo, 1 50 Cents a bottle, For Balo by X'. X'. J. Jtlltl.IIN, kC, II. IIA.OX01N JJTJOII. SHENANDOAH, PA., ana ouer orasuii. ONE HUNDRED DEAD Obarrod Bodies Tnkon from tlio Ruins in Now York. OVER, EIGHTY STILL MISSING. Men Work All Night Trying to Oloar Vy the Wreck, Derricks Will Have to bo Uned to Be move tli Machinery-Crowds Visit Hie Krone of the JUsastrrSiul SIrIiU nt (lie Hospital nnd ItlorgncTrjing to ldtttt lfy tho Dniid. New York, Aug. 24. When tho bodies of nil tho unfortunate men nnd woin-ii hurled Into eternity by tho collupse of the buildings Nos. 08, 70, 72 and 74 Ptrk place on Saturday have been recovered, it will bo found that tho fearful list will contain 110 names. But sixteen of tho mangled and burnt bodies were taken out up to lastmldniglt. Eight were tnken out up to Saturday mkl- night and eight moro wero recovered :u tho next twenty-four hours. At 11:00 o'clock last night tho Italians wero put to work again at removing tlo debris, nnd half an hour later two bodl were found near a mass of machinery. The bodies wero lying at about tho foot of tho stairway of No. 72 Park place. Both were bodies of men, and one of them wote a blue jumper and lean overalls. Tie other wore striped trousers. Doth bodies wero terribly crushed and burned. Deputy Coroner Collin, who viewed them, said that ho believed theie were fifteen more bodies within a few fett of them. Theo two discovered could not be re moved, as tho whole mass would come down u!on tho workmen nnd crush them Tho missing list na.v numbers eighty. There is little hopo that any of the escaped, as they would have notified the nnxlous relatives who gave their numes to tho police. Alivtons Watchers. Around the scene of the disaster nnxiouj persons stood watching the men at work, peering into tho ruins on tho lookout for missing friends. Tho cordon of police detailed to guard tho lire lines were kept busy throughout tho night and day keep ing the people back. Among tho anxious watchers all last night wero threo young women nnd young man. Thoy weie looking for somo missing friend, but they did not say who it wns. Finally tho escort of the ladles told a policeman that one of them was the fiance of A. B. Peterson, son of tho proprietor of tho restaurant, who is among tho missing. Peterson was 21 years of age. In the morning a body win found nnswering his description nnd it was Immediately recognized by his friends when brought outside tho lines. The body was badly burned, but tho Identifi cation was made positive by Jewelry found on the body. Tho firemen and laborers worked dili gently this forenoon, but they made poor progress owing to tho heavy machinery being In tho ruins. It will probably be necessary for tho men to use derricks to get the machinery and Iron girders out of tho way. Iilcntlfylnff the lloiltin. John Low, of Brooklyn, called at tho morgue, and after carefully examining tho bodies identified ono as that; of his son George, 15 years old. Tho old man's grief at sight of the charred remains of his boy was unspeakable. Two other bodies were recognized later on as Qustave Zickler, of 810 Washington street, Hoboken, and Leonard Cole, of Bedford avenue, Brooklyn. INCIDENTS OF THE DAY. "Women AVltli Tc:ir-Stalnecl I-'iice Keep Tlielr lyes on the Ui'hciii!1-h. New Yohk, Aug. 24. Uy 8 o'clock nt least 3,000 people tvere ussemhled ut tho ends of tho block ut Cottage place and Greenwich street, anil us the day wore on their ntimlier increased rapidly. Finally the pressure became so great that tho police found themselves unitblo to keep the throng in check, and by order of Inspector Williams ropes were stretched ncioss tho street. Even this expedient failed in its purposo, for ono of t he ropes was cut, and utter uwlilie tuey were replaced ny stout telegraph wires, against which the crowds surged in vnln. It wus noticeable that the throng was composed of In the main of morbidly curious persons. They could tee literally nothing except the great gap on tho south side of tho street nnd an oc casional figure of a fireman looming up through the smoke, yet hour after hour they stood patiently in tlio boiling sun light, bound by n fearful fascination. Ilere and there in the front ranks might bo picked out nn anxious fnco thut gazed fixedly nt tho wreck, knowing full well that some loved ono lay beneath it, but these wero few. A number of vendors of lemonade, fruit nnd ioo water took ad vantage of the opportunity to erect stands ou tho shady side of Park plate, above Col lego place, and they were liberally putron ired. Within tho pollco lines a still more singular crowd wus assomblod. All who were fortunate enough to own an estab lishment or be employed upon tho block wero there to see tho fearful show. Many of them brought their sister and wives and provided them with Boats beneath uwnlngslnnd at windows where they could huvo the bust possible view of the Bceno of death and not full to witness every horri ble detail attendant upon tho removal of the bodies. There wero other women there, too women with tear-stained faces and quiver ing lips, who kept their ejus llxed on tho rescuers and burst Into frantic weeping as body after body was brought out In the awful dread that It might be that of somo dearly loved one. Mothers watched thus for sons and wives for husbauds, and side by side with them there smiled women who were drawn to tho spot by no more worthy motive than that ot curiosity. AVIiut CaiiBcil the Accident. The Fire Marshal Is making a rigid ex amination in the matter and It is not at all unlikely that somo ono may be called to a strict account lor tuoawiui calumny, Tlio Hie chief is of tho opinion that there was an explosion of gas or chemicals and this together with heavy machinery in the building pulled the structure down, It is really a miracle that any ono in tho building escnped allvo, for within ten minutes from the time of tho collupse the whole ruin was a roaring moss of flames, the fire In Itself beliicc flcrco and stubborn, nnd tho drenien wore kept busy In their cllort to keep the flames from spreading to adjoining prop erty. WILL CURE EVERY FORM Two Killed by I.l;htliiK. pFrr.KSBuno. Vn., Aug. 24. James Wells, a well-known ritlzen of Nottawny County, and his sou sougit sholter in n bam during a thunderstorm yesterday afternoon. They had been there but a short tlmo before lightning struck tho bnni nnd both wero killed. nood Outlook for Crops in Ireland. LoNliON, Aug. 24. The County Down, Ireland, which usually exports in consid erable quantities to Great Britain, reports crops this season above tho average, and the crop of llnx the best in many years. The returns from various parts of Eng land, on the other hand, nro not favorable. Two Illicit Illstlllers Klllod. New Orleans, Aug. 24. A special from Shubula, Miss., says that during a fight between a United States Marshal and his deputies and a gang of illicit distillers at Balden Springs, James and Ualley Sims, brothers, wero killed and two of tho officers wounded. Tatlier nnd Child Drowned. ScunNECTADV, N. Y., Aug. 21. As John Glbney, his wife and little child worn crossing a canal bridge last night the child fell through nn opening. Tba folher jumped into tho canal to rescuq the child and both wero drowned. New PeiifllonorH. Washington, Aug. 24. Tlio Pension Offlco during the week ended August 1.1 issued !5,207 pension certificates, calling for a total first payment of $501,817, and on uverago first payment of $100.04. CYPI0HTie9l The smallest is the best in pills, other tilings being equal. But, with Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets, nothing else is equal. They're tho best, not only becanso they're tho smallest, and the easiest to take but becauso they do moro good. Thoy cleanse and regulato the liver, stomach and bowels iu a way tho huge, old-fashioned pill doesn't dream of. Think of trying to regu late tho system with tho ordinary pill. It's only good for upsetting it. These arc mild and gentle but thorough and effective, no pain no griping. One little pellet for a laxa tive three for a cathartic. Tho best Liver Pill known. Sick Head ache, Bilious Headache, Constipa tion, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks and all derangements of tho liver, stomach and bowels are provented, relieved and cured. ' Put up in sealed vials a perfect vest-pocket remedy, always conven ient, fresh and reliable. They're tho cheapest pill you can buy for thcy'ro guaranteed to givo satisfaction, or your money is re turned. It's a plan peculiar to Dr. Pierce's medicines. You pay only for tho good yon get. can you asii moro r HEADQUARTERS FOR Pure Ice Cream BREAD AHD CAKES, WHOLESALE and EETAIL, Orders promptly stienclid to. rnttlcularal- leuuub phici in iiaus, l'icuxs, Kemltuls, etc. IF. EIEITHIAIT KOltTil MAIN HTHEET, Near Corner of Lloyd, f liENAf.COAH. PFNNt DR. THBEL, 538 SPSS Fourth at., D. fHU.AIKU-KIA nlr onnnloe OeriBAQ AtDCrlOU tbl to can BlOOd POlaorti Nervous Debility "8pb- 1nl Dlnnnflon f both ex, fckja Dlw&iM, Kod Hpoti Pftlot In tit fcotKi,soroThroatKioutn. BlntohM, Pimple. ImpUooi, aoH or fctrj Uloen, BirtrlUoai. JrrluUoo, Iniuatuatlona and Bunoimi, airiotuits, Weikmn to4 Emly doeM. loll memory wa tiuk oentl mlttT. KMmj HiftiKnr iiiHwi ui ill umuei rviumun n ; IoAUcr Uon i Omwor. Kcf ol euei oared la 4 to 10 a . rUef i once. Do not 'oe hope, n nwtw bt M"'' tl.tn n...iA. Hnaitk P.mlW nr HninllBl PhVHtfikQ bU UtlW, Ur. THRLL curei positively d ulibool deuntloa (rem t,H.n.a Ain. vnttM. umnl.l iilfn AMD THOU I COTVHPLATIIt miiui. ri n or pour im;. Sc itAinp for book 'TnilTH ep"lnK Qoaalu anli-r iworn UttlmoDUU, Uvm, dall? from 9 to 8, Kt'i I , M. n Br et to 19. Sut1r till 1. Wrtto or eu mna m htm. For BifernoUiW4n. 4 BtMdj PtU. dfcllj Itme Or (lie Llqiuur Jtlubii, aoltltvly Curvu uj-auwiuimrrjiiff ir. iiuinc' It f i manufaoturAd &a & rjawdnr. whfnh nnn Vi iritrn In Klaaa or boor, a cup of colfet or tea, or In food, without the kaoTTfodfro ot the patient. It ii absolutely uiuuiica, uuu wm eu&ct ii permanent ana Gpecuy are. whether the oaiient 1 a moderate drinker or aaalaohollowMok It has been given In thousands vi vmoo, miu iu vvvry (uituua a ten cot cure dm ioi lOWSa. It niT(r Pall. Thenvittm nnAAlmnTMnnb ed with tho Upeoiflc.it becomes on utter Impossibility C. H. HACENCUtH, DtUBCist. Elnnundcah WATER OF LIFE. A newly (llimiHKl MINIUAIj WATKH ilieiibeul Willi li li im ply IniporUut rlo meuiu nmi-S' ly 10 jirpun. 11 miii cure inn Kidneys. l ivei.HKiinhi ti, nnd all lioweland HlHddir OikeuM". i will dlwolvtt calculi and remove tlirm. It rtinovm Hie iv 10 RCld from the blood and tlnm rtPh'roy Malaria and Cli I lis. It cure h Bniilil'H difccane, and U ea- pecially rerommended for people advanced In lite, and for general debllny. For undoubted proofs ot tlili tend for runvphltt giving mil rRrlicuiRm.io j u. i'khhy, water ot u; Co., 81 Houtb Main Kt WllSes-Biure fa. ' i yy LJ EISSCELL5S sra DISEASE OF From Simple JPlmplcs to ohstlunfe ECZEMAi aloo KTCIIINQ IMI.IJO. f"8cm1 for."nintn for Kltctten ncitl QtcSc Itoom," a handy book for tlio household. JFIIEE. CACTUS BLOOD CURE. TO Purifies the blood, tones up the system, gives an appetite. Cures dyspepsia, constipa tion, sick headache. Regulates tho liver and kidneys, and be sides cures all blood and skin diseases, whether manifested only by common pimples, or eczema, or by ulcers, abscesses, and the more violent effects of scrofula and blood poison. Is perfectly harmless and never fails. Sold at Klrlln's Drug Store, Ferguson's Hold Block, Shenandoah, Fa, 'Pi?n vi iWli all Your trade is what we want. This ia how we propose to get it. By selling you n flrst clnss article; by eellingyou for less than others; by eellh'g you furniture, an orrjau, a pinno, a hewing machine or anything else iu the line of household goods. We have a Inrge and va ried Ftock In select from. No tioulile to show goods. Cnll, t'sainlue and be convinced. 4 b 9 H H r Cl P THE OLD RELIABLE, I1AFT111! OUI1UVJII, W", OtT KorPottsv'"le,. J.P.Wiliiains(IBro.)sll ' n.30 a m. and 4.15 Soutli Main St., SEC 33 ISTA-OSr ID O-H. Leliigh Valley Railroad. AKKANGIMEKT OF PAthEhOEIl Ti:AIUB. -MAY 10, 1891.- 1'af sender tialos will !Rve Klif usuclcah li -auch Cfiunk, Lclilclil'iu. t-latluctou. Cata- nauqua, Allenlown, lJclhleUcni, atou, Phil adelpii.aand'ew Vors nt 8.47, 7.10, 9.08 a. in izjr, 3.iu, o.'t, p. m. f For ueivideie. iieinwaie wmet wan and etroudbbur2at5.47, u. ni., aud 5.1:8 p. 111. For LamueitMile and 'f teuton, y.us a, m For 'Willie Haven. Willi et-Bune aud Pltu ton 5.17. 9.18, 10.41 a m.. 8.10 nnd 5.20 p.m. por'iuuKuauuccK, lu.ii a. m., fi.111 ana p. iu For Aubntn, Itliarn, Geueva and and Lyoin ju.ii e zn un .in p. m rur iact-j vine, jowano". eay:e, waveny, IClruua. Rorhttioi. Dutlalo. r.'iEara Fall. Cbicaau aud alljioinU Went at 10.4 la. m.,and 5.2np. ui. For Imlia aud the Wett vlatJalsmanra at 3.10 p.m. rur Aiiaennea, uazieion, aiocaion, j.uni' t,er Yaid, Weal l:irly and I'onu Haven Jure Honat5.4,7.40, 9,0aa. m.aud 12.62. 8.10 ai d 5.26 p.m. i'or jranesviiie, Levimon and tseavc Meadow, 7.10, 9.03 a. m. r id 6.' p. in. For Bcrautonnt 5.47 9 0S. 10.41a. m. 8.10 and 5:S) p. iu. i'or Jiazie uroos, jenoo, uiirion ana r ree Iiuid at 5.47. 7.40. 9.0S. 10.11 a. ra.. 1U2 3.10 and 5.26 p.m. r oriiaiiniie hi. 0.41 anu n.uo a. ui., anu 3.10 p. m. For Wigaaun, Gilbeiton and Frnckvllle at 6.50B3dtf.03a iu., ami 1.10 p. in. F'or Yatekville. llabauoy City and Delano 5.17, 7.10, 9.08, 10.41, 10.68 a. m.,12.52,3.10,5.26, 8,03, 9.2 aud 10.27 p. 111. For Loit Cicek, 31rardvl!la and Ashland 4.27. 7.40. 8.52. 10.15 a. m.. 1.00.1.40.4.10. 6.85 8.10 and 9.14 p.m. For DniKwater, Ht. tleir and Pnttvllle, 7.40, 9.0b, 10.68 a. in., 12.5,3.10,4.10, S.'.tl and tJX p.m. ior uuck mountain, new notion ana Moieu. 7.40. 9.08. lvM a. u... 122. 3.10. 6.26 and 6.01 p. 111. For Haven ltiin,Cent'a'ia, Mt. Carmel an Bbamokln, 8.52, aud 10,16 a. m., 1.40, 4.4C anu B.uo p. m. TiaiiiH leave Bbamokln for Shenandoah, 7.55 11.55 a. m 2.10, 4J0 and 9.S0 p. m., arriving ut Sheuanaoah, 9.05 a. m., 12.32, 3.10, 6.28 and 11,1a p. m. ouniiA 1 xitAin, For LoKt Cieek. (Ilraidvll'o and Ahhlanil. 61O, 9.10 I.3f a. 111., 2.45 p. 111. For Uaikwaler, ht. yialr and I'ottsvlllo, 5.60, 8.011, 9.30 1 . m., 2.45 p. ra. For Vaiesvllli , Mahauoy City and Delano. h.iki, 11.85 a. ru., 1.40, 4.40, 6,03 p. in. rur iii ly, Auaeurieu anu uacieion, b.u a- m 1.10 p. m: ForMauch Chunk. I.ehlghton, Blatlnston, Cataauqua, Allmtown, lTethlebem, ator and New York, 6.00 a. ro., 1.10 p.m. for muaueipnia, i.4u p. in. k. B. BYINOTON, Ueu'l Pate. Act., lietlileliem. IMPORTANT NOTICE ! Alt renoDK aie hereby warned NOT TO F1SB IN THE DAMS ! Belonging to the Shenandoah Water Company, and all parties caught violating this notice will be Prosecuted as Trespassers. By order of THE COMPANY, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Time Table in efieet Juty JO, 1S91 TRAINS LEAVE SHEMNDOAU AS F0IL0W3 NowYor via Philadelphia, weekdays, 0 7ia) h- nd 12 8S 2.C0 and oM tX via Mauoh Chunk, week dy, 5.S6, .20. ft. m. Anrt 19 Qt n in .7 - J "" lng ana flilKuleipbia wetk dn8, 2.10. 6.2j. 7. uuiiny, z.iu 0 &M p. in. ' lu',!' mi' Op. ni. olwn' week 7-K o'' Pottdvllli, -wrelr dpy. 2.1H,r.9na ,a . Fci ininuun nnd Mabsnor city, vrtut ii.j-a.2J0, 6.25,7.20, r m., 12 8! o Vnd "ss i-J5...s,n,?day 2,10 ud 7,18 B-m- P. m. Additional lor Mabanoy Oily, wees uayi 7,00 Kor lAncater aud Colnmbla, week daye. '.iwr, m.,2.0p. m. For WllllaiiiKport, Hunbury and Ijewimjnru. week days. 8.25, 7.30 nnrt il 81 a. m., 1,85,7.54 :i. m. Sunday 8:25 . m , 8.05 p. m, Kor Mauanoy Plane, ween Qyi, 2.10 8.25. VS,7J and 11.39 a.m., 12.35, l.n W.', 6.85. 7.00 n .. n in. Bundoy, 2 10. a.2i and 7.J h. iu. ua'o, -i.au i). ni. m. u,cd, i,iiu n. m. or Glmruvllle (Rappatumnocx Stutloni days, 2.10, 8.25, 6.25, 7.20 end J 1.80 a. m.. S, 1 8S, i.oO, 6,6 , 7.00 nrt 9.25 v. m. hunday. i 0 . 1 jti 4 o iC a on . ' rur 12.33. 1 z-iu, -i i, 7.48 a.m., 8.ie, 4.8U p, m. 'or Aabland and Biwiuuwiu, week diy. J.25, 5.26, 7.20, 11.3(1 a. m., 1.85. 7.i'1 and hi m. Bundsy u.23, 8 32 n, & ., n i "i n. m. XHA1NH KOlt hHKNji NuOvU t Leave New Yorft via Po I' lei.u a, week lay. 7. a. m.. 1.80, 1.W, 7. '0 ... in.. I2.1S nrlit. 8undi.y,p.00p. m., is l ,nl-.'(ii lave Ne Yuri: vn jiri ( jo jit. w)s ir, .SU, 8.4S a. n.. 1.00 end 1.0.1 p. m. Leave PbtHdeiflna, teit uav. i.io, mil 10.00 n. ni. .00 hdO ,.W ,,.m. A ,ri Jjroad nd Callowbill and 8A3a. m.a ni i"i) . m, from 9:buc ,v.eu irM'ik biuci-'? v.os a. m. 1!.) p. m.i oia Otii ..( i- lve 1. diuj, wteK O.'.n, 18'.. 7.10, KI.CS iUd l'.u.). io., 7.H p. ai. 8m dw I.Mi.nil i'I.'Ssi. m. Leave Tuiuvi ie, week oy. v.W.ISJt a. m., 12.80,8.11p.m. Sunday, 1. 10, 7 00 r . m. anrt 2.(5 ,. en. Leave Tamaqua, weeit mil, 8 8.(8 and 2a.ui.,1.2l, 7.18, and a.lsji. ni, y i ..iW 3 !0 7 41 .. in. aud i.u'j ji. m. i.eav J)ii''Uoy City, aeslt dv. 8.40. 9,!8 ind 11.47b. to., 1.81, 7.4 ioiid 8.11 p.ui. 14 no. day, 8 48,8.17 a. m., S." i :. LiAitt juabanuv l'laue. ..ielc davn. n.4.ni (.), 8.S-5, 11.19 a. iU.,I.t5, ij .8. 5 2J, 8 J8, 7.67, and iiuiOo. m. Hunday 1W., 4.00, and S. 7,n, m, ooi, u.ui, p.m. iMa Ulrnrdvlllo (lUpyabunuuctt motion) weex days, i.47, 4.07, b.86, and 9.11 a. in., 18.0J, i 2, 6.2P, 8.82, 8.03 and lll.u8p.iu, uuday,2,47, 0;, 8 S3 a. ru. 8.41, 0.('7 p. m. uea.e Wllllamiii'ort, wwedays, 3.00,9.43 and 11.64 a. m. 3.95 and 11.15 p. m, anudny 11.15 p. in. For Baltimore, Waohlngton and the weet via Ii. A O. K. It., through trains leave Olrara Avenue station, Philadelphia, (P. & B. H. K.) at 4.18, 801 and 11.27 a. m.,i:., 4.24 , 6.55 and 7.23 p. m. Sunday, 4.1S 8.02 11.27 a, iu 4.34. j.05 and 7.28 p. m. ATLAJSTIO CITY DIVISION. Leave Philadelphia, Chestnut au-eet "Wharf ana rionth Htreet Wharf. 2-or A.lautlc CIS. We-duys Kxprew, 5.15, SCO. 9.00, 10.4.5 a. m. aud 1 (i (Saturdsyn only, L30), 2.10, 3 00, 3.30, 1.1 1 , 5 00, 8.00 j . ui. Aooonmio Jftlloa, 7 40 tv.111., 4.15, 0 30 p. ui. innn.j ,. jijcprens, 5 15, 7.00, 7.31, S.CO, 8 30, 9.V), 9.30 a. 111, nnd 4 SO p. 111. vb..uaia.u -uiiiuii 8.00 a. in.and4 45 j.-1-. i.e'urn'ng.le&ui! Atlantic C'ltv, (Biotcorner vi antlonnd Artanaii avpnufn. Vk.i Kxprew, 7 00. 7.r,0. 8 00, 9.00, 10.00 a. m. aud 3 15, 4 00, 5.30, 0.30, 7.I-0, 0 SO p. in. Accomniodutiuu 0.00, 8.10a. 111. mid 4.0). 111. Kiinctnys -Ex-prcm, 3 30, 4.00, 5 0), 0 00, CS0, 7-00, 7.30 8 009.80) p. m. Accomuiodatlun, 7.30 a. 111., 0.03 p, m. A. A. WCLKOD. Pres. ftUea'l Manae. 5NNSYLViNlfl RAILROAD. BcnUYI.Kn.I, D1VI8TOK. On and after Nov. 24, 1880, ro(it uilt lean Mitnamlvoh ai follows: For Wlggou, Gllberton, Frackville, New Castle, Ht. Clulr, Knd vay polntu, 6.00, U.liS k la and 4.15 p m. auaaeys, mil, 8.40 am and 3.10 p m. Kor Pottsvr le, 8.00, 9.10 a ni and 4. 15 p ra. t.uu. w.iunni aim 1.15pm, ,1UHiJI1i UUU Tl m. Phoenix ville, oi!lown (Broad Ktreet etatlnm. mxi- n Ttl week davs nucaays, tuu, u.iu a m d.iu p m Tralna leave Frtctv'Ue lor bhenandcah at 10.40 am and 12.11, 7.42,10,09 pm. Sundays,. 11.13 am and B.40pm. Leavo Poitsvlllo torGhenandoah, 10.16 anG 11.18, a in 7.15, 8.42 p m. bundays, 10.40 a in 5,15 p ru. Leave Philadelphia (liroad street station), for PotUvllltinrtBucnandoah, 6.57,10.25 a m -.10, 4.10 and 7.00 p m week dayi. bunday8.se am and 1,).' p.m. "r w t '.l'K, 3.20, 4.05, 4.40, 6.35, 8.50, 7.'S0 d.Alo.SO, il.5 :i,UOaDdll,15ani,rjOJaoou (Um' Ilul av.vca 1 flf.Dt..4 J m 1 il. c0. 4, i, U,tb.M, t'.Ki 7.18 8.12 and 10,00 p m, 12.0 j U1K1IL. ( )n Hunoya, 3.20, 4.05, 4,40, 6.3s b.12, 8.80, 9.50. A m. and i..i'J, 0.211 ilimlted 4,501, 5 28, II li, 6,50 7.i- f.Vj i in -Jia ulgbt. For Sea Utrt, dprius Lake, Iielruar, ocean urovc, Anbury Park, ana Long llraiicb 8.20,11,16,1. m.4.00 p. m. week aavr For Freehold, 0.0 , p. m. weem day. Balllmor- and Wnnointlou, 3.60, 7.20, 8,31 910, 10.20, I1.18H m, 12,"S (limited exprei.8) 8.48 4.41 6. ai 7.40 p. in., and 12.03 night. Fo Baltimore- a,j i02, 4.1 1, 5 08 and li.30 p. in On Stmdayt. ,1.50, 7.a). o.llund 11.18 a. ra. 4.4 8.57,7.40 11 i.i. 12.03 ulghL Baltimore only 5.08 aud 11.01 nm. For itiotirf mdand tho Houlh 7.2011.18 o. ra., iLimlliid Kxprew 12.35 p. m.,;12.0ll n!ght,week aaya. aunaaye, tw u. ni,, niguu .IB, ULIIIIM0! I .-J ... 11, T rulni leave ilarrlsbun rg for 1'nisDiirc ana ihe wet every day at 12:28 aud 3.0 a m anCt j.oo cllailted) andS.to p m. Way for Altoona, 15 a in and 4.10 i m every da v. For Pltubn- only, 11,20 a in dally and 10.2O i m week days. l eave Hunbury lor WUUainaport, Klmlra, 'nuaudaigna, llocliostor, Butlaioand Jilasr.ro ana o.iu h m nauy, anu i,u pm vreezaays. For V.'atkiiiw. 5.80 n m week davit, For Krle and intermediate polnti, 5.10 a m;, daily. For Lock Haven, 5.10, and 9.53 n m. dally, 14 and 630 p. m. week days. For ruinova aiv n in i.4j ana o,,. p ni vreex aay. lo n. hi imuue.ya. OHAB. K PUOJU, '4o. Star r J.B.WOOD, 1JU !'. Act, ijy ILMINGTON A KOBTIIKHN It. H. Time-table in effect May.10, 1891, Trains leave Beading (P. & 11. station) fat Gibraltar, fteyfert, Blraiboro, Joanna, Spring, field, Wuync sburg Junction, CoatesvllIe.West Cheiiler.tliadsford Junction, B. A O. Jnuctlou, Wllmlugtcm and lnieimediale illations, dally rxcept Hunday, at 6.25 and 8.30 a.m. aud 8.15 p. m. Huuday only ai 3.05 p. in. For Warwick, ht.Peieih and Intermedials Mattons.dally except Hunday, at 9.20 a.m., and o,19 p.m. hunday only 8.15 a. m. For Uirdtboro and Intermediate stations, Saturday only, at 12 m. gftij For Baltimore and Washington H. A O.K. R.) dally except Hunday at0.?6and 8.30 a. iu. and 8.15 p. Hi. tunday only ai 3 05 p. m. Trains arrive ai lteadliiK (P. utatlon) Irom Wilmington, U. fc O. Junction, Alont i IihuId, tliadanioid J unit Ion, Wst Chester. Leuape, Coatesville, WejutttmiK Juucllou, bprlngllcld.Joanna.Blidi'boio, Gifrallai, Bey feriand Inieimedlai station., daily except hunday at 10.20 a. m. 5.52 and 8.17 p. m. Bun. day only at 11.91 a. ra. From Bt. Peieie, Warwick and Intermediate stations, daily except hunday, at 8.23 a. m. and 2.25 il in. Sunday only at 8 p. m. From liiidiboio and lntcrn-ctuute stations, Saturday ou ly at 1.10 p. m. Fium Wa.hinctou and Baltimore, dally ex cept Hunday, 10 20 a. m. 6.52 and 8.17 p.m. Sunday only at. 11.21 a. m, BOWNF.HH ItlilGUH, Gen'l Psss. Agt. A, t. JtlWA UHUAflU, HUpt. RUPTURE. We, the undersigned, are entirely cuied ol ltuntnre Lv Dr. J. II. MAYF.K, 811 Arch St., Plain. Tl-omuH U. Hartuug. New Bluggold, l'o., I. i-audt, bouib Eithtun, I'a., I,. P. A C. A. Deturck,Oiey,Pn II. G. Hlanley, 421 Hiitiu e Bt , Lebanon, l'a.,A. Hcliueider. I.oi uki Iiu'e, Ph., D, 1). Koll.l.lmt klq, Pa., Wm. li. Har eunttne, i'lioenlxvllle. Pa., W. M. Irflnbuch, 024 Wnnliligton Ht., Headlug, Pa., J. C. Lyme. IilloW. Howard Ht., Harrisburi!, Ph., C. Ktelin, DuutilaBevllIe, I'a. Dr. MAYEB la at Hotel l'eun, Beading, Pa., on the 2ud Saturday ol tach rnouib. Call to nee blm. K. BBIOKER, M. D JPHY&IOIAN AND ShBQEON, No1. UKast Centre Btreeti Mnnanoy City, Pa tikln and all special diseases a specialty.