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PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY IIXCRPTHO XT. C.JIOVV.II, IMHor ii ml J"nMI7ier. ir.1I. .7. WATKJXS, Local llitltor. ALMY BEHIND THE DARS. Christie IVnrden's Munlorer Placed in Manchester Jnll. MAtfciraeTnii, N. IL, Auk. 20. Georgo S. AMxjtt, alias Frank 9. Almy, tlie mur derer of Christie Warden, Is now in jail hero. While on his wny to this city a number of neonle boarded the troln ALLTHE NEWS FOR ONE CENT and tried to get a glimpse of the prisoner - - .- an he lay In hU cot In the special car. pi-pvivn imitA T.nhaia lnracrcir- In tho car besides the murderer wero culaion ut Mrnandoah than any other paper published, Hooks open to ull. SUBSCRIPTION RATES". DAtiT.per year,.-... 'Wkkki.y, per year,. ...00 . 1 60 DIGGING FOR BODIES Tho Ghastly "Work in New Y6rk Still Continues. OVER 60 VICTIMS THUS PAIL Entered at the Postotttoe, at Shenandoah, Pa. for transmission through the nmlls an n..vUUl olaw mall mattur. LAKBSIDB DATES. Tisures Demonstrate tho Popu larlty of the Rosort. Ana. 27. Yountr. Men's Democratic Club, Mahanoy City. FATAL EXPLOSION. One Killed ami Many Wounded In n Now Jersey Quarry. New Bkumbwick, N". J., Aug. SO. In formal inn has reachel hero that n fatal csplrHinn occurred in Shandley's quarry on tho outskirts of New Brunswick. Daniel Haiuierty was killed, and two 1)0 -I named Young and Swoonoy, as well ns several Italians, were wounded. Phy sicians from Princeton attended the In jured, none of whom aro supposed to bo nerlauily hurt. This is the third fatal explosion which has occured in the quarrieH at that place in the last two years. Oh, What a Oough. Will you In ert tho warning? The signal per haps ofil-e sure bpi roach ot that more fer Sheriff IJrighorn and deputies and several newspaper men. At Canaan. lion. Oeoroe W. Hurray, ,,..n ,lPUr,,lo,l Alilmti n. Ma frlnl fnrtho i I--. i.. r . .,... l l,,.,,t, Ilow Jinny More the car and Immediately recognized me prisoner as his former client. On the arrival of the train nt Concord the crowd was so great that Abbott's car had to bo run into the yard to await tho making up of tho train for Manchester. Warden Phlllsbury, of the State prison, oamo into the car hero, and taking tho prisoner by the hand said: "How do you iln. Alilmttf" The prisoner replied: "I do not know "you." He appeared to be afraid of tho crowd, and drew a sheet over his face to prevent recognition. Ofllccr Foster, who lives near the War den farm, on leaving Abbott, grasped his hand, when the latter said "good-byo" and burst into tears. Almy denies that ho is Abbott. Ho says lie wants to bo tried for the murder of Christie Warden, but not branded as a horse thief. A Largo Poroa of Men at Work on tho Euias To-day, HE SAVED HER LIFE. Jlx-llanh Frcslilrnt .Tnines I). rish Ilcues u Woman at tt Tire. Sea Qiht, N. J., Aug. SO. About 2 a. in. tho residence oi ionn J. uuuer uero was discovered to bo on fire by Mrs. v. II. Brown, who was the only occupant of tho house. Almost overcome by smoke, Airs. Drown made her way to a balcony and cried for heln, An old man occupylnu tno next nousc hoard her call, and crossing from tho ail- HESSiCELL'S OINTMENT SKIN DISEASE will cune EVEI.Y FORM OF Prom Simple IMinulca to ntintltinte 1CZK3IA alao ITCHIMO 1IL,BH. ?8enrt for "Uinta for Kltcl.cn ana SIclt. Kootu," a handy book for tho household. FtEE. Uodlr-s Lie Burled Time Will Tell Many of Those Recov ered Aro Torn Asunder Preparing ttio Unldentlflcid nt tlio Morguo for Ilurlnl. More Heartrending Scenes. Nsw YonK, Aug. 20. Tho Park place ruins are yielding up their death Stub bornly they cling to tho bodies, making tho rescuers light for every men ol van tage This is tho fourth day since tne collapse of tho building, and no one yet knows how many aro burled there. In a hundred homos aro waitings of women mourning for their lost onos. Many have not even the melancholy com fort of having their dead with them. So all day long they haunt tho morguo or tho scene of ttio disastor. Up to 1 o'clock tho bruised and burned bodies of sixty victims of the Park plaoe Ore had been taken from the ruins. How many tnoro blackened corpses are still under tho mass of bricks, broken timber and twisted iron is yet only a mat ter of conjecture, but there will probably bo forty more unearthed before tho debris hae been cleared away. Crowds Surround tho Itulm. Tho crowds of peoplo with morbid curi osity continue in tho streets adjacent to tho scene of tho disaster. Thoy fight and push and maul each other for places near the police line, wnero iney may nee ut lltjr Dry Goodi Rtnro lltimcd. llnuuKLYN, N. Y., Aug. 20. Tho dry goods itore of llurke ot Ryan, on Atlantic avenue, was bfirned lat night. Loss, $100,000; insured. The Ore was caused by the ignition of some light fabrics by a gas jet In tho window. Transfixed With n Piece of Wood. Baltimore, Aug. 20. John W. Per kins, while at work here at a circular saw In the mill of Schneider & Fuchs, was transfixed with a piece of wood which the saw hurled at hint. He died of his injuries in a few minutes. Two llroniiml While BHtlilna;. CojfcORD. N. II., Aug. 26. Flftvius Labbe and Theo. Leraartl were drowned last evening while bathing in the Merri mac river near Peuaoook. Neithor could swim. j)iti ... . ""t" "i'l , - iiuuru UCl uiu, i. in wura... .... ..... .... ltle pujmo HUG, hhu wt.vj iu.; oi. Vt vnn n nHoSa" ft,?'? iTnke olivine 60 ll"lnK 1,nlc0"y Bnvotl tho woraan ,r.om least the boxes that contain tho mangled cfnt, to runthoTlshand rto noiblne for It. tho flames, which wero fast approaching nnd burned bodies of the victims as thoy We know Iron experience that HhlloU'B L'urs j10r, are liftet1 out. They can see nothing elso, i wilUurejoiir Cough. It never falls. This txplalrs why more than a Million llotilos wire M)id the past yoar. It relieves Croup nnd wtKinrlnB f'riinrli nt once. Muthers do not be without It. For Lame Dnck, Hide or tlieRt, nc Bhlloirs l'orous nasitr. eoia uy C. 11. llturetjhuch, N. K. comer Jlnln and Lloyd streets. Fall trade will soou begin to open. Ask Your PrlondB About It. Your distressim? courIi can bo cured. "Wo know it becsufo Kemp's Balsam within the past few years has cured so many counhs and colds in this'.comuiunity. Its romarkablo salo has boon won entirety by its (jonuino merit. Ask bopio friend Who has used it what ho thinks of Kcmp'f Balsam. Thoro is no medicine so pure, none bo effective Law bottles GOc and $1 at all druggists'. Vacation days aro becoinlni; fewer A Gtiro for Constipation and Headache Dr. Silas Lane, whilo in tho Itocky Mountains, discovered a', root that whn combined with othor herbs, makes an oasj and certain euro for constipation. It is in tho form of dry roots and leaves, and Is known as Lane's Family Medicine. It will cure sick headache. For tho blood, livor and kidneys, and far clearing up tho comploxion it does Jwondors. Druggists tell it at 60 cents a package Tho old man proved to be J araos V. vt. t.hav stand and fililit for hours. Tho Fish, ox-president of tho Marine Bank of roofgj the Are escapes, the windows of tho CACTUS BLOOD CURE. TO Purifies the blood, tones up tho system, gives an appetite. Cures dyspepsia, constipa tion, sick headache. Regulates the 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 moro A'iolent effects of scrofula and blood poison. Is perfectly harmless and never fails. Sold at Klrlin'o Drug Store, Ferguson's Hotel Block, Shenandoah, Pa, Philadelphia and Reading ilailrond Kme Table in tgeet July 1 0, 1SB1 TBAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS S-orNew York via Philadelphia, week day, 2.j0 5.25, 7.30 a. m. and 1Z83 2.60 and 6M P. m. Sunday 2.10 and 7.4s a. m. For New York, via Mauch Chunk, week days, 5.25. ?.'). a. m. and 12.M imi inn n-. o,nr,iJa?!fig aud Philadelphia week days, 2.10, B.35, 7.20, a. m 12.35 2.W and 5.05 p, m. ij,juiiuu (,B.m., 4.3 p.m. Uarrlsburg, week uay, 2.10,7.20 a, m,i 12.38 m.. WE'REAFTERYOU! .D, p. m. UltKruvllle (Bnrpahannock Htatlon) iy, 2.10. 8.23, 6.35, 7.20 and 11.30 a. m 5, 1.60, 5,55, 7.00 atid.25. p. m. Sunday, New York, who was sent to Stato Prison for wrecking the bank in connection wjtn the failure of Urant 6i waru, nnu par doned by President Cleveland. Tho building and contonts were aam- oged to tho oxtent of ?1U,UUU. NOTHING LIKE ITI Rood Is thickor Uian watoi, ad must be kept pure to Insure good health, B wilt's Spkcifio is nature romoiy (or this purpose. It nover to falls ell innate the Imps tics and build up tho general htaVJh. There is only one Swift's Specific, and there is nothing llko it Be sure and get tho genuine. Treatiso on Blood and Skin Dtaearc mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, (i Grapes will be plenty. New York. February 28. 1800 Alvrt'H ltrnzlilnn Hnecldc Co. Gentlemen J 1 take p.camre in ccrtl ylng to the cure lie ccted through your medicine, the Cactus Illnnil Cure. 1 have been a ntllerer from eruptions upon tho t.feln eczema, etc., for everal years. During that time I was treated by bevtral skllh d pin slclaus In thono troubles without any ueuellt. Alter taktne two bottles I nm ei tlrely well, uud heartily recommena ine moaicine to nny one huner lnir Irom like troubles. II. JlcKUON. 8 SMxtli avenue Bold at Klrlln's Drug Btore.Feruukou House JJloctt, pnunanaoai'. Dog days ended. First National Bank, TIHJATKK IlUII.niNO, SHENANDOAH, PENNA. Capital, $100,000.00. Shlloh'B OonBumptiou 'Jure. This Is beyond question the most 800 ceuitul Cough .Medloino e hav. evtr sold, a lew doses Invariably cure the worn catc 01 4. ougu, c roup, tmu uii'ui-JiiiiB. i iiiiv io nuu ... . derlu! Bucotfs In the cure of Consumption Is J, y, LeiSeMlO, rVS., witnont a parallel in tho history of medicine. " Hmco it's llrstdlMiuverr It has been om on a guarantee, a lest which no other medlclue can mmil. H you have a Couuu we earnestly ask you to try it. l'rlce 10centF,60ents, aud Il.tO, If your I.ungs are fore, chest or Hack lamo. nun Hblloh's i'orous l'laster. Holil by C. a. llageubuch, N. K. corner Main and Lloyd streets. Consistency is a Jewel. It Is not fashionable to wear niuuh jewelry. How to Suooood. This is the great problem of lite which fow satisfactorily hulve. homo lall because ot poor health, others want ol luck, but the majority fiom deficient grit want of nerve, They are nervous, Irresolute, changeable, easily get the blues and "take the uplrlls down to keep the spirits up," thus waiting money, time, opportunity and nerve torce. There is nothing like the llestoratlveMervlne, ellscovcred by the great epcclallst, Dr. Miles to ctue all nervous dtoafaes, as headache, the blues, nervous profctrutton, bleepluHnes, nnralgiu,Ht. Vltu dunce, flts, and hyueila. Trial bottles and tine bonk of totluionlals lice at C. II. Ilagenbuch's drug store. P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres., J. R. Leisenrinq, Cashier, S. W. Yost, Ass' 't Cashier. adjoining buildings are all crowded, and in those crowds aro women, dozens, hun dreds of women, all anxious to see a burned human being. Many Ohastly Scenoi. From midnmbt until dnyllght the acenos witnebsod by tho watchers confirm tho belief that the greater number of tho victims will be found under the center of the debris where tho full weight of tho building fell. From hour to hour tno scenes arounn the ruins differ but little. It is the samo ceaseless round of dinging at tho wreck, broken bv tho occasional linuing ot an other body. II there is any cnangeni nu It is that the fact is brought moro and more strongly to tho mind of the great extent of tho tragedy. Every now and then during tho day tho Itnlluna unearthed narts of human beinpts all in a very de composed state, legs, arms, feet, and In one or two instances neaua were iounu uuu nlaced carefully away with any parts of clothing that may nave oeen iounu near them for tho purpose 01 tdentiucation 11 nossible. At 7:10 a leoriuny mangieu oouy was recovered from the east side ol tho ruins. Onn-half of tho head was completely crushed, and nothing was found which might lead to Ulentlllcatlon. At &50 another bruised form was found. As tho coroner stepped up to view it as it was being raised by tho firemen, the head dropped off and disappeared in tho black denths below. Tho body was that of a vounor clrl about 17 years old. At this time three mangieu rorms wero in Bigut. These three, and also another one, wero taken out by 10 o'clock. Tho last four bodies recovered wero those of men. Tlio Dead Waeon In Demand. Tho nolico on duty have made of a muddy plank from tho wreck a sort of counter, upon wnicn tne papers anu valuables taken from each body as It Is dug out ore ranged for official registration and examination by the friends present. Alongside of the officer who does this stands tho comn containing tno cnarreu enrneo that is belnc: searched. It Is usu- ally the ton 01 a pile turee or luur mgu. Feriodicnlly tho dead wagon comes for its load, and the die Is removed or dwin dles down to one. But ere long it has grown again to its former height. The dead wagon has many a weary loumev ahead before it shall have made Its last trip down Park Haco. It will not bo to-day, and mayiiap neuner to-mor row, nor the day after. H H A teoman " run-down," H nvnrronrlrnrl. wnnfc. IlprVOUS anil (JO- "J liilitated that's a woman that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is mado for. It gives her health and strength. All woman's weaknesses and all woman's ailments aro cured by it. It's a legitimate medicine not a boverage ; an invigorating, re storative tonic and a soothing and strengthening nervine, free from al- i 1 i ; ji T. - conoi anti injurious mugs, im parts tone and vigor to tho wholo system. For all functional irregularities, periodical pains, organic displace ments and uterine diseases, it's a positive remedy. And a guaranteed one. 11 it doesn't give satisfaction, in every case, tho money paid lor it is re funded. No other medicine for women is sold on theso terms. That s because nothing elso is " itist as cood." Perhaps tho dealer will offer something that's "better." IIo means that it a bet ter for him. Bank Counters, Tylor System, Porfr nolo, unequaiea in atyios, Cnct nnri Ftnlfth. ISO Fax Catalogue of Counter, Deiki etc, Uluitrated la Color.. Itonhii, I rto ro.tago IS Cent. Also 'ivirri uuyui OIBcc llcakt and 'I'5 ! writer Ciitilnela, BOO Ntvl... neat nnri cheat est on earth, with great reduction in prices, llto it.ao eatatcfu Frcr. Toklaxo 12 rta. Full liar, of IeU, Chain, Tablet, Hook Ca.ei, Cauioeta, Loral Illanl Cabinet., cle.. alteai.la atoefc. Ki.erl.1 work naile to order, TVl.Kll lIl.Ik,UU., Ht.JU.OUH, Illo, aJ.a.Aj THE UNKNOWN DEAD. Open Daily From 9 to 30 3 PER CENT. INTEREST ! rnlel on HnvlniiH DepnHltH. The b(iilrrt'l season will open Tuefe- tlay, Bettember 1st only a ween oil. A Fatal Mistake. Physicians make nu more fatal mistake than when they Inform patients that nervous noari iruunies come innn ine biuiuhou uiiu are of little ronoequence. Dr. Frank). u MIlep, the noted Indiana specialist, na proven the contrary In his new book on 'H.-art liitfttae-ej.'' which mav be had free at O. It. II igeubuoU's dru store who iiuaraultei nnd recornmeod Dr. Miles uuequalt-d New Ht-art Cure, which ban the laraesl sale ol any heart remedy In the world. It cures nen ous nd oi'Kunle heart dlseate, thort breath, fluuerlng, l'"lu or tendt-rness In the side, arm or stioulder. Irregular tuilse falntlnar.sinother- littr. dnipsy, tlo. Ills ltewtorailve Nervine! cures noiiaacue, nm, em. Tlio excursion season will pooh bo I over ami the fall ron'.fno will begin. Miles' Iservo una Liver Pills Act on a new principle regulating the I 1 Iver, stomach and mwela through the nerrt. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' fill" speedily I constipation unequaled lor men, women, I children. Hmallest, mildest, surest I Sjdosen, I 21cts. Uamples Free, at C, 11. IlftKenbuoh's drug store, Gomplotod. to Doadwood. Tho Ilurlington Koute, O., D. &Q. It, It., from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, Is now complotod, and daily passenger trains aro running through Lincoln, Nub., and Cutter, S. D to Doadwood. AUo to New castle, Wyoming. Sleeping cars to Dead- wood, tf t?a!!JffHiBS5 e is and will over be the best Bemody for rri,.f Tnfliin-nft. BnokaohG. rpnimi in tiin Rtdo. chest anal f JotntB, Wournlgia, Bproins, &o Before you seed to luyi ooteia T.AD.R1CHTER&C0. 310 Broadway, NEW YORK. 23 Prize Medals Awardsdl SnroreanHouMlBudo Nnronber?? KoaBteln, Lelpalo. 50 Cents a bottlo, For Sole byK i. i. r. icuitiiiv. kC. II. 1IA.G33NIUCII, 8HENANDOAH, PA., andotaeraracgtii'. To be Taken from the Mnrguo and Hurled To-day. New York. Auk. 20. Tho scenes at the morgue to-day were, if it were possi ble, more pathetic and touching than on any othor day since tho dreadful calamity. The "body" room is lined with pine boxes each containing Its grim corpso, some of which are becominK so far ad vanced in decomposition that the odors within the bulldlna aro most offensive Somo women looking for tho remains ol missing husband, son or brother, minted, nnd had to bo carried out oi tne uuuu- int?. The clothing, what remains or it, ana nnythlng else that might poisslbly lead to Identification, will be preserved and sep arately marked with the number of the box In which the body was, nnd the bodies will each be burled separately in marked graves, so that they can ue uientineu anu readily exhumed In case thoy are claimed by the menus or relatives. DR. THEEL, coo North Fourth St., UOO Lai. Green. PiiaDiLi-t.i, v.. nw iTHtiulna Oermm Auerieui pptwlkUit la the United butci liO W bi u cure Blood Poison Nervous DeDiiity"tP olnl Dlfinnses ' ( bkla DlMiawi. Kevl (Spot! Fftlm In tb txno,soreThroat& Mouth, Bictcnra, Plmplra, FmpUoni, uft cr infldramndoni ai Iiuniiliiii, Strluiure. Wfcineii and Earlr Kllntf "1 Atcy, loit memoiT, w5t bwk. tl Milely, "fl HU-ltl-T MteftMi autl tl PUeiHi wnmnf from Inilidrt-tioii gr OTrwork, Reotnt cm curM tn 4 to 10 ni rellr at one. Do not Iom hope, do matter wok ir- . n t, x.' ii. tin.Ht.t Phnlrlan ba latlea. Dr. THEEL ram popltlvely "4 without drtetUon from y.uiiai, rich cr poor, woJ U. tiiip tot bOOK "TRUTH" rii Qujk iir u m"B Tho Italian Thlof fiontcnopU. New York. Aim. 20. TXtmi Savarlni, tho Italian who picked the pocket of a waistcoat which he found In the ruins of tho Park plaoe fire, hae bean sentenced to the penitentiary tor six montna. Or ttie Liquor Jlablt, sultltaly Curcu ioldeit iSuccllIc It li manufaotUTSd as a powder, whloh can betrlveil In a claaa ot beer, a oup of coffee or tea, or in rood, without th knowladge ot the patient. It 1 absolutely liarmlead, and will effect a permanent and ipeedy cure, whether tho patteut la a moderate drinker or an aloohollo wreeit It has been given in thousands i, ana in evry iun;tutao peri out uure amm ioi It never lVlla. Theavatottl onoe lmnraenab edwitb the8peaiAo.it booouit-a an utter impoaelblUty vo polio uowtt oi uarvioiuar jrue.y4,o do uaa nr C. H. HAGtNBlirH, Drufiglst, Shtnardoah Your trade is what wo want. 'f bis Is how we propose to get It. By selling you n flrst claes article; by selling you for lees tban others; by selling you furniture, an organ, a piano, a Bewlng machine or anything else in the 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. THE OLD RELIABLE, 4 3 H d J. P.Williams & Bro.. Soutli BlaiuSt. Lehigli Valley Railroad. ABItANOEMKNT OT PASSEOIn TEAINB. -3NIAY 10. 1891.- Hinaa: For ,:o, B.Kjp. m for AUeutown, week day, 7. 20 v ... v p. 1UI for Vottsvillo, week days, 2.1o, 7.40 . m IS.3 2.K) nnrlS.Mp. in, Hnnday, 2.10 at d 7.15 a. bo , 4 80 p.m. For 'i'ainauua and Mahanoy city, weolc days, 2.10, 6.3fi, 7.'M, a. m., 12.35 2.E0 anrt 8.55 i ra. ouuuay, ana a. m., p, m. Additional lui Mahanoy City, week daya 7.00 P.m ror .Lancaster ana uotumuto. weatc navi. ISO a.m., 2.60 p.m. ror vriuiamapori, "unouryanu ijewisrjurit, weet day., 3.25, 7.20 and 11.80 a. m.. 1,36, 7,00 p. Pit, Bimaay 8:24 . ra , 3.06 p. m. f or atauanoy l'lane, ween nays, 2.10 3.24, .'4. 7.W and 11.30 a. m.. 12.85. 1.36. 2.50. B.VL 7.00 and . m. Sunday, 2 10, 3.23 and 7,48 a. m. i.du p. m. tor uiraravine wpe any.. 12.3s. 1 36. 2'10. 2 . 7.48 a. m.. 8.06. 4.30 p. m. ' or Asniana ana nuaiuoKin, weert aayg. 3.25,5.26,7.20, 11.30 a. m., 1.36, 7.00 and V,K p.m. uunday 3.25, 8 32 h.ui,, 3.06 p. m. XKAINH KOH B1IKNANDOAH : iitavc Hew Yort via Philadelphia, wee days, 7.45 a. m., 1.80, 4.00, 7.30 p. m 12.1S ulRht, Sundxy, rl.00 p. m., 12.15 nlcnt. Jjeave New Yort via Manrb Cuunk, week 1yo, 4.30, 8.45 a. ra 1.00 and 4.03 p. m. Leave PhllnrJclphla, we aas, 4.10, and 10.00 a. ra. 4.00 and 6.00 p. in., from Broad nd Callowhdl and 8.36 a. m. and 11.30 p. m, from Hth an c ureeu troet. Bnnaay 9.03 a. m. 11 .10 p. m. from Inn ane wren. Ieave Keadlue. week days, 1.35. 7.10. lO.tG and 11.50 a.m., 6755, 7.57 p. m. Buniny 1.33 ana W.48 a. in. Leavo Poitsvllle, week days, .40, 7.40 a. m.. iMC, 8.11 p. m. Hunday, 2.40, 7.00 a, m. and 2.C5 p. m. UeaveTamoqua. week days, 3.20, S.13 and " 2l.m., 1.21, 7.13, andtf.18 p.m. Hunday 3.20 7.43 m. ana 2.60 p. m, iave Mahanny Oity, week days, 8.40, U.18 jLod 11.47 n. m,, 1,51, 7.42 and 8.44 p. m. Uun. day, 3.40,8.17 a. m., 3.20 p. m. Leave Mahanoy Plane, week day., 2-10,4.(0 9.30,0.35, 11.S9H. zn.,l.(6, 2.00. 6 20, 6 28,7.57, and tp.mn. m. Hunday 2.4c, 4.00, and 8.i7,a. m, li 37, o.ui, p. m. jutve uiraravine iiiuupauanirocK oiauuai wwk (lays. 2.47. 4.07, s.30, and D.41 a. m 12.05, l '2, 5.28, 6.35, 8.03 and 10.W p. m. Hunday , 2,47, i 0 , 1 33 a. m. 3.41, 5.1 J p. m. L.eave wmiambpon, wee aays, if.w,tf.43aoc .1.56 a. m. 8.35 and 11.15 p. m. bunday 11.15) P.m. for uajiimorc. waBntntnon ana tne wesi via II. A O. K. K., through trains leave Ulrarcl . j.t. ...... . t t r. t. ... at 4.16, 801 and 11.27 a. m 1.34, 4.21, 5.55 an.t 7,23 p. m. Bnnday, 4.1S 8.02 11.27 a. m 4.24 ), anai.jip. m. Lave Philadelphia. Chestnut Street Wharf ana uouth Street Wharf. for Atlantic Cltr, Week-days Express. 5.15. 8 00. 0:00. 10.45 a. m. and 1 in (Saturdays only. 1.30). 2.10, 3.00. 3.30, l.i" , 5.00. 0.00 p. m. Aouomuotlatlon, 7 40 u. m., 4.io, u au p. in. HanoMs.-express, o id. 7.uo. 7.bu. s.uu. a so. tf.00, 0.30 a. m. nntl 4 30 p. in. ACcounnnation b.uu u. m. ana t.io p. lu. iveiurnmir. leave auruuc iiiy, uepoi. comer .t'Rnt!nRtid ArkHDan avpnnea. week-rlnvi Express, 7.00, 7.30, 8 00, 0.00, 10.00 a. m. and 3 15, 4 00, 5.30, 6,3t', 7.30, 0 SO p. In. Accommodation 0.00,8.10 a.m. atid 4.t0p m. Sundays-Ex press, O OV, 4.UU, o w, v.w, u ou, rw, O.W, p. m. Accommodation, 7.30 a. m.,6.05 p. m. A. A. M0LEOJ0. Pres. A Hen'l Manager. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. BOjnjTLKIlX DIVISIOS, On and after Ifov. 24, 1890, trains will lean anenanuoan as rouowi: n.A nilk.An Vi.n.VwIll. Wan Castle, St, Clair, and way points, 6.W, 9.10 amanat,icpm, uundays, ooo, u.io a m ana 3.1 o p m. For Pottsvllle, 6.00, 0.10 a m and 4.15 p m. holidays, 600, 6.40 a m and 8.10 p ra. For Beading, 6.00, tf.io a m and 1.15 p m, Sundays, Coo, 8.40 a.m. and 8.10 pm. For Pottslown. Pnoenixvllle. NoiTlotowtt mi Philadelphia (Broad street station), 6.00. i.10 a m. and 4.15 p m week days rtundays, 600, D.40 a m s.iu p m Trains leave Ersckvlhe lor Shenandoah 10.40 am and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m. Sundays, 11.13 a m and 5.40 p m. Leave potisvmo xor nnenanaoan, lo.isano 11.48. a m 7.15, 9.12 p m. Sundays, 10.40 a m 5.15 p m. ieavo x-niiaueipma yaiunui hiikvi mauuui, tor Pottsvllle nnd Shenandoah. 184.108.40.206 a m 2.1C, 4.10 and 7.00 p m week days. Sunday D.ffl a id ana x.iu p. in. For w York, 3.20, 4.05, 4.40, 6.S5, 6.60, 7.80 8.208.80, J.50, ll.oOanan.lOam..OOnoonWUm1 lted express, 1.08 and 4.60 p m.) 12.44, 1.40, 2.80. 8,20. 4, 6, 6.80, 6.50 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 p m, 12.01 niRuu un uttnoays, i.uo, i.iu, d.m, 0.1-, p.aw, .j o-lyl.ttnil 12.411. : .'.II lltmllcd l.BCI. (L!3I. ILXtl. fifi 7.13 .12 tt m and 12.01 nlent. ror aea uirt, lapnau ijvjlv, Weimar, Oceen Grove. Astmrv Park, and Ltone Branch S3), 11,15, a. ra. 4.00 p. ni, week davr I'or rTeenoia, o.v p. m. weex qbjo. Haltlmorn and Wtwitilncion, 8.50. 7.20. 8.81 9.10, lu.20, 1 1.18 a m, 12."i (limited uxpres) 8.49 i.u p.91 uurw.au p. xu., uiu x-.vai uiui. ru: Paescnzer trains will leavo Bhenandcah for Mauch Chunk. Lehlehton. SlatlBeton, Cata- adelpblaandNew York at 6.47, 7.40, 9.08 a.m., vzjyt, &iu, p. w. For Helvldero. Uelawaro Wnter Gap and Btroudslmrg at 5.47, a. in., and 5.28 p. m. i'or L.amuen.viiio aim xreuiou, ir.ua a, ui Fur White Haven. Wllkes-Barre and Pitta mn Hit. II ns. 1(1.41 n. m.. 3.10 nnri 6.23 n. m. 4.41 B.M an.7.10 P. h'nr' nnRnminficir. i .11 n. m.. a.iu una d.zu naiiiLuurtji uiy . liuvwhuu xx.ov li. iu. 6.57. 7.40 TO m, 5.08 and 11.30 pm. 12.03 night. Baltimore only vi m iror Auburn, Ithaca, Geneva and and Lyons 10.41 a. m., ana 5.18 p, m. For Lacey vine, rowanaa, nayre, waveriy, Elmlra. Rochester. Bnflalo. MaKara Falls. Chicago and all points West at 10.11 a. m.,and i'i.2H n. m. For Klmira and the West vlaSalamanca at 3.10 p. m. for Attaenrieu, xiazimuu, ttiui'ftuju, xiuiu. hpr Yard. Weatherlv nnd Penn Haven Juno Hon at 6.41, 7.40, 8,08 a. m. and 12.62, 8,.0 and 'MO p. in. For Jeancavllle, Levlston and Beavei Mpn.lmv. 7.40. 0.08 a. m. and 5.25 n. m. ForHcrantonat5.47 9.08, 10.41a. m. 3,10 and tsop. m. iifir inz e iiruuix. jeuuir. xiniiuu ttuu rrev lnnd at 5.47. 7.40, U.i. 10.41 a. m 12.52 3.10 and 5.26 p.m. For Quakake at 5.47 and 8.03 a. m and S.lOp. m. 5.WJ udq .ua m,,Bna i.iu p. m. ... .. . 111., . I ., I ........ . ni, 5.47, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, 10,58 a. m.,122,3.10,5.28, 8,03, KXiU p. 1U. For Lost Creek. 31rardvllle and Ashland 1.27, 7.46,8.62, 10.15 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10, 6.35, 8.10 and 8.14 p. m. For Dnrkwnter, St. Clfllr and Pottsvllle. 7.40, 9.08, 10.58 a. in., 12X2,3.10,4.10, 6.26 and 8.02 D.m. For Back Mountain, New Boston and Morea, 7.40, 9.08, 10.58 a. m., 12X2, 8.10, 6.6 and o.u.1 p. m. For ltaven Hun. Centralla. Itt. Cancel and Shamokln, 8.52, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.4,(1 and 8.06 p. m. Trains leave Bhamokln lor Shenandoah, 7 .oo 11.00 a. m., z.iv, ana vkj p. m., arnvin; at Shenandoah, 9.06 a.m., 12.52. 8.10, 6.26 am 11.15 p.m. SUNDAY TRAINS. For Lost Creek, Ulrardvllle and Ashland, SHI. U.in 11 ttn. m.. 2.45 n. in. For Darkwater, St. Clair and PottsviUt, fXrneid LJoVnia. Blrdsfeore, 8.00, 9.30 .m., 2.45 p.m. fen and Intermediate stations, dally except ii ok Van j in nw ' -.", Hunday at tu.au a. m. o.oiaiia e.n p. m. Another Italian Ilohblngr the Ifend. New York. Auk. 28. Another of the Italian laborer was detected last night searching a coat which ho found in tho I ruins. He waa hustled oil to jail at double-quick speed. Crushed to Death. Dawbtot, Conn., Aug. 20. James Harry was crushed to death last evening bv the cavinu ol a ditch on LiDorty street. Bevaral other men were partially buried and received serious injury. Those ox John Utland will probably prove fatal. WATER OF LIFE. Anenly discovered MINMIAL WATEIt. the ueol v tilth will supply Important ele ments iirriMu.ry to lietiltu. It will cure tne Jtiuneys, a.iver, muiuucu, uuubji itowniauu Itlsddernlteases. It will dlwolve calculi and re move them. It removes the nrlc acid from the blood and thus destroys Malaria and Chills. It cures Bright' dlMase. and Is es- peclally recommended for people advanced In lite, and lor general ocblhty. Tor undoubted, proolsol this hend lor pamphlet Klvlng full portlcuiars.toj.il. rjatiiY. water ot uie Co., 34 South Main St.. WlUes-Barre Pa. FIRE INSURANCE 1 Iqtit ni Ciitit Iilli.li Partlj Cti. Ciifii'.i The Western BUlka Unded. PBOiuA, 111.. Ann. 20. The switch men's strike Is at au end. The striken made on unconditional siu-rcado. Represented by DAVID FAUST! 110 8, Jardln Street BUENANBOAH.PA ura ii K. l .n . n a no M o.w. j.. .xi n. xu.. i.iu. v.w. u.ira v. a... For Lofty, Audenrled and Uaileton, 8.0( a ni.. 1.40 ii. in: For Mauch Chunk. Lehlgbton, Slatlntton, uatasauqua, Aiientown, lietntenem, liasior and New York, 8.00 a. in., 1.40 p. m: For Pbllndelnhla. 1.40 v. m. E. B. BYINGTON, Oen'l Pass. AuU. Bethlehem, For .etiohmond and the South 7.20 11.18 a. m.. (Limited Express 12.35 p. m.dri.03 night, week days. Sundays. 7.20 a. ra., 12.03 night. 'irainrj leave jiarrisonrK ror ruisourK ana tne vebt every day at 12.25 and 3.10 a m aciS J.00 (limited) and 3.40 p m. "Way for Altoona, 4.10 a m ana 4.iu p m every aay. for I'liittourg uniy, ii.n a ui uaiiy ana iu.av -i m week days. Leave sunbnrv lor Wllllamsport. Elmlra. Canandalgua, ltochestcr, Buflaloand Niagara fans, o.iu a m aaiiy, ana 1.4-3 pm weec auyo. Dn. I7n,vln. K Wm m vw.lr da.. For Krle and'lntermedlate points. 6.10 am:. dally. For Lock Haven, 5.10, and 9.53 a ra. dally, 1.31 and 6.S0 p. m. week days. For neno n o.iu a ui i.io tuiu o,ov p m wee. uuj e, M0 a, to Sundays. :iiA8.e iuou, j,,wuuu. a. mrd'i- un. i'a. ei. y-ILMINGTON & NOItTUEHN K, K. lme laoie in rnect Aiay.iv, 1031. Trains leave Iteadins (P. & H. station! for uiuioiiai, ucjicii) uuuriAiiu, u unu un. ui iu( Held, Wayneseurg Junction, Coatesvllle.Wesl , unester,tJuaubioru j unciion, u, at u. J uuciion, Wilmington and Intermediate stations, dolly except sunuay, at, 0.10 ana B.3U a.m. ana 3.19 p. m. Sunday only at 8.05 p, m. jr-ur VYBrw.cu, nuxeitra uuu iiJicrineuiuio statlons,dally except Sunday, at 9.20 a.m., and o.lop.in. ouuuuy vuiy 0.10 u. 111. For Blrdsboro and Intermediate stations. Saturday only, at 12 m. SAS ror xiailimore una wasnineiun ix. w v, R.l dally except Sunday at 0.25 and 8.30 a. m. and 8.16 p. m. Sunday only at 8.05 p. m. .arums HIT1VO Ul xieuuiiiK xr. w av. nauuuf lrom Wilmington, B. & O. Junction, Mont. cnaniu, cnoaosioia jnnciiun, wtbi uiMifr, Lenape, Coateavllle, Waynesburc Junction, icepi Sua day only at 11.24 a. m. From St. peters, Warwick ana intermediate stations, dally except Sunday, at 8.23 a. nu nnd 2.25 n. 1 From JilrosDoro and intermediate stations, Sunday only at 6 p. m. Saturday only at 1.40 p. m. .from wanuiugn cept Bunday, 10 20 athlngton and Baltimore, dally ex. o.ou ana e.i p. in. IMPORTANT NOTICE ! AU persons are hereby warned Sunday only at 11.24 a. ni. BOWKESS BRIGOS, Gen'l Pass. Agt. A. G. MCCAUSLANI), Supt. RUPTURE. We, tho undersigned, nre entirely cured ol Hupture by Dr. J. B. MAYER, 831 Arch St., Thlla. ThomaB 11. Hartuug, New Rluggold, Pa I.Fandt, South Easton, Pa., L. p. ft u. A. iieturck, uiey wnrn nnn mon tm frill? kw i ,.r&s"1ii itUl 1U 11011 111 lUli liillllO ! Schneider. Locust Ilale, Pa. D, B. Noll. Lime. Belonging to the Shenandoah Water Company, and all parties caught violating this notice win oe Prosecuted as Trespassers. By order of THE 003Sw(IIAN-5r. kiln, Pa., Win. E. Ilartenstlno, t'boenlxville, Pa., W. M, Lelnbach, 624 WathlDgton St., Reading, Pa., J, C. Lyme, 1310 W. Howard St., Harrlsbure. Pa,, O. Keehn, Douglassvllle, Pa. Br. MAYEH la at Hotel Penn, Heading, l'a.. on the 2nd Saturday of each month. see mm. Call to JJ B. BRIOKER, M. D JrMYSIQIAN AJVJJ XUKUJSVJH, So'. 8 East Centre Btreeti Mahanoy City, Pa Dun ana nu anecuu uxacaaoa at bptouuut.