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Evening Herald. lTJHLISIlIH) DAILY, SUNDAY MXC1UTED JT. ailOYttn, l'Altnr nml VuMlnhrr. IIMf. ,T. U'ATKtXS, jAienl IMtor. ALLTHE NEWS FOR ONE CENT 27.c m'JSXlXO JlJSllALDhaia larger cir culation in Shmandoali than unp oilier jmper publUheit, Honkt t.prn to all. "subscription rates: HAiiv.iwr var " " WKRKi.y. per year 1 "0 Knlerfd at the l'oatofflce, at Shenandoah, r. for trannmlsston through tb malls v wwoml nlft mull mf.tWir. A l'AIIt OF TIIUM. BAD STATE OF AFFAIRS. nalllmore " HwpoM'Hs " Call Torth I'm touts AKHtmt Alled Immigrant. Washington, Aug. 27. There is every indication that n crisis U arising in tho matter of tlie present flood of assisted Jewish immigration from Russia. It has been the lieltef of the Trenmiry Depart ment, ns well as of the now Ilnrenu of Immigration, that ero lonsi would arise complication resulting from this sudden influx of people, men and women, who are willing to work at almost auy prlco. A formal complaint was received nt tho Treasury Department from a labor or ganization in Haltlmore, which is com posed of tailors who work for the many ready-made clothlnrr houses in that city. In the protest It Is stated that largo numbers of these Russian iramlKrants re main in Baltimore, and that they make up ready-made clothing at such very low rates that American workmen cannot compete with them; and an Instance Is ? liven of the results of this competition n the statement that, whereas one year turn the Baltimore workmen were paid $15.78 ft dosen for finishing vests, tho steady Increase of immigrants has mado lalor so cheap that now only ?i.o per lozen is paid for the samo worK, a price, It Is added, which it is impossible for Americans to accept. It Is stated, unollicially, it Is true, but from excellent authority, that there have grown up in Baltimore recently "sweat- pits" which rival the most tiornoio tene ments in New York, Kochester and Chi cago. Just what stops the Treasury will take it Is as vet imnoislble to ioiv Fuddleton (to hotel clerk) Gimmo zcr besht room iu zer houshc. Hotel Clerk (blandly) Sorry, sir, I'm lull. Fuddleton Zhat so? So'ni I. Good nltfht. Judge. A tigtist dnys are going. Rocky Mountain Ouro. Tho druftKinU clfiim that people call dally for tho now euro for constipation and tick headache, discovered by Dr. Silas Lano while in tho Kocky Mountains. It if mid to be Oregon grape root (a great romody in tho fur "SVoet for thoso com plaints) combined with simplo horbe, and is mado for uto by pouring on boiling water to draw out tho etreneth. It sells at 60 conts a package and is called Lano'f Family Medicine. Tlio boys are kite Hying. Hold It to tho Light. Tho man who tells you confidentially ust what will cure your cold is prescribing Kemp's Balsam this year. In tho prep aration of this remarkablo mcdicino for coughs and colds no exponse is spared lo combine only the bost and purest ingredi ents. Hold a bottle of Kemp's Balsam to tho light and look through it; notico the bright, clear look; thon comparo with othir remedies, l'rico 50c. and f 1 MURDEROUS ATTACK Shot His Mother-in-Law, His Wife and Himself. NONE OP THE INJURED AXIE DEAD A Dollberately Planned Triple Tragedy Near New York. Advertising It Is said will sell anything, this fa tnro In a meusuro; but for vtayiiig qualities,- merit is tlio test. Extensive advertising may sell anything whera It is new or unknown, but after il comes into general use, it la judged according to ita worth. The continued and steady growth of Swift's Specifi U tlio beet evidence of its excellence It in most popular where it Is beet known. Every bottle Bold, sell tea others. Every ono that takes it be eomos its friend, and recommend It to their acquaintances. Treati&o on Blood ami Skin Dlcuzraa culled free. Swut Specific Co., Atlanta, & LJ ESSgCELL'S I 1 OINTMENT ISEASE skin di WILL CURE EVERY FORM OF FroniBlmplePimples to olmtlnute KCiUJ.HAi xtroend for"2IInt for SXIlclicii nntl Sick. XSoom," a haady book for tho household. rjtr.E. APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MIM. PERFECT IN FORM I MATCHLESS in WAR I So anxioai wert tb taelenti for tulwurl men thU j puny dojii oiria were punoacaia. Every MAH can ba 8TRUNO I and VIGOROUS In all reload. YQUF.Q MEN OR OLD, ufir!ng from NERVOUS DE I11LITT. Loll or Tallinn Man- hood, rhyikil Ezcenii. Mental Worry, Stunted Development, or ut PEKflOHAL WKAEHIB3, can bt reetorea to PERFECT HEALTH at.1 tho NOBLE VITALITY of 8TR0HO MEN, tea Prldo and rower of nation.. We claim by years of practice by our pxclualra method a uniform uonoroLY or success" in treai- Affllctlone of Men. Testimonial ' f rf m CO Btatos and Territories. iimiii m r icitlbr ient tret.. sealed. Dost- UUU ntW DUUftpaid.foro, limited time: Oet It while yon can. Full EipUnatlone for HOME TBEAT UEMT. You can be FULLY BE8TORED ae Thooeandl bare been by ne. Head oar teetlmonlale. Addreeeatonca ERIE MEDICAL CU, UUhh ALU. H.T mm I li-4 1 Uesncrato StrnBglo With nn Infurlnted llustianil-IIo lrlred Four Shots at Tils Wire, Knocked Her Down and Ulclied IIcr-nelondloB Ills llovoKcr He Tried to Commit Rttlclde, nut Failed, NEW YonK, Aug. 27. Henry Miller la dying at Great Neck, L. I. j his wife Is in a critical condition, with four bullets in her head, and his mother-in-law is suf fering from n dnngerous acnlp wound in flicted by a bullet. This is tho result of a desporato attempt nt double murder and suicide, mado by Sillier. Miller married Christino Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Lilllo Nelson, four years ago. They did not llvo happily, and the wlfo went to live with her mother. Yesterday nfternoon Miller bought n 83-callber revolver and went to seo his wife. It was after 10 o'clock at night when ho arrived at tho Nelson house, lie pounded on tho door. Mrs. Miller came to nn upper window. Miller osked her to como down. She refused and closed tho window. Miller found an axo and battered down tho door. Ho then rushed up to the Becond floor and de manded that hla wifo should return to his home. Sho refused nnd Miller seized her by the arm and dragged her toward the Btalrwuy. ' Mrs. Nelson came to tho rescue and Miller drew his revolver and fired. Tho bullet took effect In her head, inflicting n painful but not necessarily fatnl wound, and rendering her unconscious. Miller seized his wife by the throat with his left hand, while with his right he leveled tho revolver at his head and fired four shots. Allot the bullets took effect. Tho woman fell to tho landing nnd stag gered into the hall. Her husband over took her, knocked her down and kicked her until sho fainted. Believing her dead, - Miller left the house. After walking about n mile, ho reloaded hla revolver and fired four shots, two In his tcinnle and two In his mouth. Ilo remained unconscious, according to hla statement, for about four hours. On recovering consciousness he got up nnd walked four miles to tho house of his mother at Great Neck. In the meantime Mrs. Miller baa re vived and started to a neighbor's some distance away. She fninted twico on the road, but finally reached the house and nave tho alarm. Mrs. Nolson was found just returning to consciousness. Mrs. McKrf inn! "Irs. lli.rrlf on Sail. Liverpool, Aug. '-7. Mrs. McKee and Mrs. Kti'iell Harri-.m. tlm daughter aud daughter-in-law of Pi evident llarrUon, sailed for New York on the Whlto Star steamer Majestic. A VounB l4Mly Drowned While llnthtna;. Nyack, N. Y Aug. 87. Miss Hoc Cooke, a highly respected young lady of Upper Nynck, was seized with cramps while bathing In the Hudson Hiver during the afternoon and was drowned. Accnsed nf Murder. HklvitjERB, N. J., Aug. 27. A negro named Alfred Johnson has been arrested at Stanhope. He U believed to be one of the men who murdered Theodore Frezo at IIoie a month ago. CACTUS BLOOD CURE. TO Philadelphia and Beading JRailroad Timt Table in e&cet July JO, 18V 1 TRAINS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS Por New Ynr Tin 1h!liirtp,lrihlft. tveelr rtitvii. 2.i0 5.23, 7,20 a. m. aud 12 83 2.60 and 5.58 m. oonaay z.iu ana 7.M a. m. For Heir .cm, !)., j.ai, a. m., 12.35 3.W) and 5.86 p;m, r m. uunimy z.iu ana a. m, or neir Voik, via Manch Chunk, week days, 5.2S, 7.20, a. m. and 15.04 and 2.60 1. m. 'or neaaing ana l'niladelnhla weeK dfty, Tho tlog star relgna uo longer. New York, February 28, 1890 Alva's Hrazillan Hjiecino Co. (lentieinen: 1 take ulnafcure In certlivmtr to lliecure 1 le- ceivcd through your medicine, ihe tnotns lll iod Cure. 1 Have icn a sunerer iroin eruptions upon the bfcin eczema, etc., inr evernt yfnrs. During ilint ilinu I vus treated bv everBl Khllltd nln slclaus in tliote trouble without any uemnt. Aller taklnic two bottles 1 am ei ilrely well, and heartily rccoinmeud the medicine to any onp suOer- log lrom iiRetrouuie. u. jmckh.u.m, 8 8 HUtU avenue Bold at Kirlln's DrugStore.berisuBon House Jlloolc, ahenaudoa . Elderberries plenty aud cheap. Shiloh's Consumption Ouro. This Is beyond o,uetlon the inon suc ceulul CoiiKh Medicine we have evtr sold, a lew doea invariably cure the worn cvmwoI Cough, Crimp, and llioiiclillln, while lis won derlul bucoets In the cure of Consumption l without, a paiallel In Hie hlMory of nitdlclue, Hlnoe It's ilrat dlacovery it lias been told on n guarantee, a teat which no other medicine can stand. Il you lwve a rough we earnestly asfc you to try it. l'rlce 10 renu, 50 ctnls, and U0. IS your I.uugs ore tore, Chest or Hack lame, use Blillob's l'orous l'lakttr. KoHl by C. 11. llagenbuch, N. E. comer Main and Lloyd streets. The moffiiiltotB jmilciit this Beasou. First National Bank, TMEATRIi KUH,UrNO, SHENANDOAH, PENNA. Capital, $100,000.00. ure ilecidely itu- How to Succeed. This is tbo great problem of lllo which lew satisfactorily solve, fome lall because 01 poor htulth, others wunt ol luck, but tbe majority from deficient grit want ot nerve, They are uervouti, Involute, changeable, easily get the blues nnd "take the splrtl dowu to keeji tbe spirits up," thus wasting money, time, oppoituulty and nerve lorce. There Is nothing like IhelteslorattveNervlue, discovered by the great specialist. Dr. Miles, to euro alt nervous ditcafcea, as headache, the blues, nervous proatrutlon, kleepleaaneris, nvuralglu, St. Vitus dance, tits, and hytteila. Trial botllfs and line book of tettlmonlala free nt C. 11. llagenbuch's drug btoie. A. W. Leisennng, Pres., P. J. Ferguson, V. Pres., J. R. Leisennng, Cashier, S. W. Yost, Ass' t Cashier. Open Dally From 9 to 3. 3 PER CENT. INTEREST I'nlil 011 UnvtiiKH DepoHltH. To roaeli the earn of corn this your it almost require a step ludder. A Fatal Mistake. I'hysloians make no mure fatal mistake than when they inform patients mat nervous heart troubles oome from tho siomaoUand are of Utile conequence. Dr. J-'ranklin Miles, tbe noted Indiana t.tclhltn has t)rnvn th eonLrarv In his uew book on Hart Disease," which nitiy be had tree at t . It. Hagenbuch s drutc store who MUHrAtitri-s and reoommendi Ir. Miles ui.t mulrd New Heart Cure, which haa 1b largest stile o any heart remedy lu the world, il curea nervnua nd organic heart dlseaae, abort breath, tlutterlng, pain or lemlcrnckH lu tbe side, arm or shoulasr, Irregular pulse, falutiug.sniouur lng, dropiy, et. Ufa lteslorallve Nervine cures headache, flu, etc. It take) 11 pretty uond man nowadays to bo us good nn "wheat. " Miloa' nerve and Llvor PUla Act on a new principle regulating tbe liver, atomach and bowels Uaouah the iien tt. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Illls speedily CUID UlllUllBUn, i.UU IH'ltj lAJ.JIlM 11, VI, I11B, constipation. Unequaled lor men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest I 5 dot.es, Stcts, Samples Vie, at C. II. ilagenbuch's arng store. Oomplotod to Deadwood. The BurlinRton Kouto, O., D. & Q. II. It., from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, U now completed, and daily passenger trains Are running through Lincoln, Neb,, and Custer, S, D., to Deadwood. Also to New- castle, "Wyoming. Sloeping cara to Dead' wood, tf is nnd will ever bo tho Bemody for rrjniit. Tnfliiftnrn. Saakaoho." f-Poina in thn Rido. Chest and! f JolntB, Neuralgia, Sprain3, &o Bsfore yon aeed to Inyi oitala km;rfp OP CHARCEtC tto yalusUe hooki "Guide to Health." with T.AD.RiCHTER&nO, 310 Broadway, HEW TOKR. 28 Prize Medals Awarded! EnropeanllotiioailtudolBtidt, London! Vlfnna, Srsgnei Botterdaii, Olten, HnrsmberirT KottStein, Lelpslo, 50 Cents a bottle, For Sale by x. r. x. iciitLiiv, C. II. IIAOIJNIIUCII,, SHENANDOAH, PA., ana otccr aragxuu- MALLEY'S CASE SETTLED. Mrs. Uelnbort Withdraws Iter Chorses ol nreach of rrouilso. New IUVEN, Conn., Aug. 27. It is announcod that tho suit brought by Mrs. Mario Eienhnrt, of Now York, against Edward Mulloy of this city for breach of promise of marringo, laying rtamases at S25.UUU. has been settled, Tho terms are kent a strict secret. It Is also allcceu that Mrs. itelnhart was within reach of her most intlmato friends at tho time of her alleged mys terious disappearance from flew York. and that her legal adviser was awaro 0: hex whereabouts. Mr. Hamilton, counsel for Mrs. Iteln' hart, is now absent on his vncatlon In Nova Scotia. Ho will not return for two or three weeks. It is hinted by somo who know tho parties In tho case that Mrs. Eeinhnrt bus accepted a sum considerably less than ono-llfth ol her original claim. It will bo remembered that sho was em ployed as a governess in tho family of Mr. llalley for nDOUV two years, duo aneges that Malley betrayed her under promise of murringe. Her child, a boy, was named Edward Mallcy. It died in February of this year. 11 V Purifies tho blood, tones up tlio system, gives an appetite, Cures dyspepsia, constipa tion, sick headache. Regulates 11 1: 1 1 ; i -il aays, z.iu, a.zs, e.a, 7.iu ana iumb. m. the liver and Kidneys, and be- 12.85, iss, w,6.,j'.()and!us..p.in. Sunday . . , , 2'i0, 2 1, 7.48 a. m., 8.PC, 4.30 p, m. vaiii, ivcea uhjii 1 35, 7.00 and S.id -junaay. 2.10 and 7.48 n. m . j so n ,Fnnr iiarrlSburK wect oaja, 2.10,7.20 a. m, i,i 0, 5.96 p. m. m Afloatown, wee days, 7,20 . m., 12.38 a. 0 P. 111. For ' FotUvlLt, week days, 2.1().7.V0,a. to., 12.35 2.M i at.dB.rfp.jn. Hunday, 2Ms.nA1.ii . in , 4 30 p.m. For 'raniHqua and Mahanoy City, week days, 2.10, S.J5, 7.20, a. in., 12.31 2.W and 6.5S p.m. Sunday, 2.10 and 7.4S a. m., 4.80 p, m. Additional tor Mahanoy City, week days 7.00 p. m. For Lancaster and Columbia, week days. 7.30 a.m., 2.60 p. in. For Wllllanuport, Kunbury and Lewlsburs, week days, 8.25, 7.20 and 11 S3 a. m., 1.S3, 7,00 p. si. Hnnday 8:2S a. m., 3.05 p. m. for Mahanoy Piano, days, 2.10 8.29, 'Mt, 7.20 and 11.30 a. m., 12.W, 1.85, 2.50, 5.5.5, 7.00 ano .2f. n. m. Sunday, 2.10, 8.25 aad 7.43 a, m. 1.f'B, 4.30 n.tu. ror oiraravino (itnppanannock station! kdays,2.iu. 3.25, e.25, 7.20 and ll.a.in. m SlCleS CUreS all blOOd and Skin L0J"uia.nd.??d SbampKin, week days. J.2 , 5.25, 7.20, 11.30 a. THAU i ! I.ave New York via Phlladelp only by common pimples, or aays.7.45 a. m., i.so, 4.00, 7.ao p. J J . , 1 , 1 ' night. 9nndfy.il.00 p.m.. 12.15 nlgu eczema, or by ulcers, abscesses, ftSjft nnd the more violent effects of scrofula and blood poison. Is perfectly harmless and never fails. Sold at Kirlln's Drug Store, Ferguson's Hotel Bloch, Shenandoah, Pa. IcopYHicirr leoi A ringing noise in tho care, headache, deafness, eyes weak : obstruction ol nose, dis charges falling into throat, somc-j times profuse, watery and acrid, at others, thick, tenacious, bloody and putrid ; offonsivo broath ; smel and tasto impaired, and general debility. Not all of theso symptoms at once. Probably only a low ot them. That's Uatarrli. A mcdicino that by its mild, soothing, cleansing and healing . t .1 it. l. properties una uuiuu niu mum iiujio less cases. One that will euro you, no matter how bad your case or.of how long standing. A mcdicino that doesn't simply palliato for a time, but produces perfect and per manent cures. That's Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy. A cash payment of 8500, not S.y you, as yon might expect, but lo you, if you can't bo cured. It's an offer that's mado in good faith, to prove their medicine, by responsible men, tho proprietors of Dr. Sage's Remedy. That's the kind of mcdicino to try. Doesn't it seem so ? WE'RE AFTER YOU! 3 H The Williams' Grovo Gathering. Wiluaiis' Grove, Pru, Aug. 27.- Tha V lliLUAAia UllUVH, xtu. niijj, mb attendance at the third day's assembly ol tho Parons of Husbandry Is estimated at 10.000, Ex-Lleutenant-Uovernor lllack spoke in favor ot n constitutional conven tion, l'ennsyivama not, navniB nao, no nsscrted, nn honest election in twenty-five years. Congressman Beltshoovcr opposed silver coinase. In the afternoon tho now Grange Hall was dedicated, on which oo casion Generals Gregg and Gobin and Mr. Southworth spoko, tho latter advocating silver coinage Odd rcllowa to Erect a Grand Temple. CmoAQO, Aug. 27. Tho Odd Fellows' Teinulo. to bo crvcted soon in this city. will not only bo the tallest structure in tho world, but it will also bo tho biggest In other rosnects. It Is to be a building that will ecllpso anything evor before at tempted in cither the classical or modern niia In tho architectural lino. It is said that over $1,000,000 will bo expended In tha undertaking lor we purcnase oi real estate and tho construction. Your trade is what wo want. This Is how we propose to get it. By selling you a flrst class article; byeelliugyou for less than others; by selling you furniture, an organ, a piano, a sewing machine or anything else in tho line of household goods. We have a largo and va ried stock to select from. No trouble to show goods. Call, os a ml no and be convinced. THE OLD RELIABLE, via Philadelphia, weelt yj p. m.i jz.i nlgui nuns, weec d, a.uw. utii n. au.i a.w nuu i.uj y. ill. I leave Phllsdeltihln. wme dnm. 4.111. anil 10.00 a. rn. a.00 and 6.00 p. in., from Bread itnd Oallowhill and 8.S5 a. m. and 11.30 p. m. from 9th and urean strecw. hunday 9.03 a. m.ll.so p. m. from Otn n inwu. ioave Heading, week days, 1 3i. 7.M II).' 5 jr.d 11.50 u. m., 6M, 137 p, m. Huuday 1.35 and. ui.48 a. m. ijbave 1'ottovUle, week days, 2.40, 7.4t) a. m., I-3.K0. 11 r. m. Hundav. iAO. 7.00 a. ai. and 2.C5 p. m. J-ve Tamaqua, weec days, B.V0, 8.3 and 21 a. m 1.21. 7.13. and 'J.1S 11. 111. Sunday u.i.0 7.43 H.m. and 2.50 p. m. ueavo Aiananoy uny, wcex days, v.ia nod 11.47 a. m.. 1.51. 7A2 anf B.41 r. m. uun. day, 3.40,8.17 a. m 8,ao p, m. Leave Mahanov Plane, week davs. 21i .4.(0 s.80, VS5. 11.09 n. m.,l.t 5, 2.C0. t W, ao, 7,57, and inivir. rn. Knndav 2.4.. 4.00. and 8.. 7. a. rn. 3 37,5.01, p.m. Xivmv uixuruviiio ixuippauanuoca. ouiliune ffeeic days. Z47. 4.07. 6.3(1. and 0.41 a. m.. 12.0." J '2, 5.WI, 0.82, 8.03 and 10.00 n. m. Hnnday, 2,47, i u , b oua. m. i,.4J, o.vi p. m. 4 . ! 1.6S i 8 H cl Lieave Wllllatiibport, wees days. 3.00,9.45 anc ,.oo n. m. u.ao ana n.io v. m. aunaay li.ia P.m. pot ijaiumore, wnsningion ana me wesi via li. & O. K. It., through trains leave Uirard Avenue station, Philadelphia, (P. & It. H, K.) id, cui ana n.j a. m,, i.-i, o.do an d. m. Hundav. 4.10 8.02 11.27 a. m.. 4.24 i,55 and 7.21 p. m. Axuutiiuua i xiivitsiuri, iave Phlladelnhla. Chestnut Utre'jt Wharf autt aouth Btrect Wharf. -C For AllHiitlcCllT. f l) Week-days Exnrens. 5.15. 8 00. 9.00. 10.45 a. m. andliKi (Saturday, only. L30). 2.(0. 3.00. 3.30, l.i , 5 00, 0.00 p. ki. Accomuioilailon, 7 40 m., 4.10, u du p. m onni tixoress. 5 15. 7.00. 7.30. 8.00. 8 30. 9.00, 0.30 a. in. and 4 30 p. m. accooiuu uuon, 8.00 a. w. and 4 45 p. iu. rtdtnrnlng, leave Atlantlo city, depot corner '. t lantlc nnd Arkansas avennes. Weeb-navg Express. 7.00. 7.30. 8 00. 9.00. 10.00 a. m. and 3.15 4 00, 5.30, b.3t, 7.30, U 80 p. m. Accommodation 8.00, 8.10a. m. and J-tOp m. Sundays-Express, 3 30, 4.00, 6 00, 8 00, 0'30, 7'00, 7.30. 8 00, 0.8O p, m. Accommodation, 7.30 a. in. ,5.05 p. m. u. u. lui,u, udu irab&rAKii A. A. MCLEOD. PreB.aGrn'l Uanaser, J. P.WilliaisdEro., Soutli Main St., Bank Counters, Tyler Systom, Po able, unequaled in atyioa, find- nnrl Plnlsh. ISOr&TO CtUloffue or Counlrrt, Deaka lc. Uloilrli In Colon, llool. Fire ToktB J5 Cnta. Also 'iyicr-o nffirii ItpkkB nnd Type writer CablnetM. SOO Htyles. Best and cheap est on earth, with great redaction in prices. ISO pate euicpu Fe. Poktac utt r DekLt, lhlri, TuMot, llooh (r, CalilntU, 1KI Rlank CublnrU. tlr( twij lo ttork. HnorUI wArk tiiitls to order TILKIt J1E8K CO., St.I,ouU,Mo.tU.SaA. Lehigli Valley Railroad. AERANGEMENT OV PABSEKOEB THAIN8. -rAY 10, 1891.' DR. THBBL. 538 nrth Fourth tit.. ,tl. Oreen, Philckumi. the onlT genuine Gennn Anieneea Siw'eleuil la i thn rnlud buu-e ba II able w care Dlooa r"Olsone Hsrvous Debility aaaopk. elal Diseases Sklo DUt mi. fted Srle Fain lo tbe tont.e,soreThroat& Mouth Elotihue, Hmrlri, FropUoni, eofl or hard Uri, SwelUnsl, IrritetloDi, liinacimetloue an! Kuaolnge, buicturte, Wcakoul aod Kerly leeir. Ion memorjr. week back, mcotal aniltlT, Kianrj llla.Hn DUeaiee and all Dlereiee rciolUul trera lalUaNtlonorOTenrort. Roent eeieeeurM n',lB..V rellr et onee. no not loie hope, no malKr wbl ear. tlelo Ooelor, IJovli, Femlly or Iloiplul ThjeitUa u nr. TBCKL or positively a"1 ""boot itunlton ttca bnilneil. old, toduo, midblb oa i THoea eowmriiTiM yiaauni. ritb or pot'. eAnd H. Ilamp for DOOK "TRUTH" epoln QoaoH nnd'r eworn teedmaalau. lio?",rilllr t,,m 9 to 1, tViit to , Wed. and Sal. Ir'ia lo 10. Sunder 0 tin IS. Write or eU end l Tor BehrenoeeeeeWedo, "d Setnrdey Ptlla, dall Tlmea A Protest Inspired by Monopolists. Wasiiinoton, Aug. 27. A dispatch from Madrid says tho Chamber ol Commerce at Barcelona has determined to send a formal protest to the Govern ment and Cortes against the now treaty with tho Uuitod States. Tho Chamber holds that tho treaty inflicts soiious in jury on the trade of Spain with the Spanish West Indies. The Catnlonian monopolists mainly inspired tho protest. Favor tlitf ftun-'i'roaaury cneine. Tertle SriuNQs, Mo., Aug. 27. In the vote In the Alliance Convention the Sub Treasury people carried the day by a voto of 8U to 2D. Leverett Leonard was elected president. Cunoda's Ceuaus lluturns. Ottawa, Aug. S7. The census returns, which were submitted to-day, indicate a population ot 6,000,000 for tho entire Doe mlniou. Oh, What a Cough. Will you heed the warning? The signal per haps or thn sure approach ol that more ter rible dlseabe. Conanmptlon. Ask yourselves If you can atlord for the take ol saving 50 cents, to run the rlslc and do nothluE lor It, Wb know Iron experience that Hhlloh's Cure will Cure your Cough. It never fulls. This explains why more than a Million Ilottles were sold the pabt year. It relieves Croup and Whopplnu Cough at once. Mothers do not be without It. For Lame Back, Bide or Chest, use Bnlloh's 1'orous 1'laster. Bold by C. II. llagenbuch, N. K. corner Main and Lloyd streets. ttv Or the litriiior Jltitjli, I'oalilicl? Cureu ujmitiiuiiMtvrliiff ir. uuiuca' dolilfii Sliee'llli'. It la manufactured aa a nowder. whlah can ba dven tn a clasa ot baor, a cup of cotiaa or tea. or In food, without the knowledge of .he uutiout. ltlaabsolutoly hormloas, and will elfcot a peruianeut and epeedy eure. whether tho patient la a moderate drinker or an alftoholiowraok It haa been given In tbouaanda of caaea, and In o err Inatanoo a perfect oura haa tol owed, it never all, xneayitem onoaimpreirnaD. d with the 8peolno,lt beoomoa an utter ImpoeelbiUty (or the liquor appetite to exlet. 48 page book of partioulara free. To be had o C. H., HAGENBUCH, Dncrjlst, Eben&ndoah Passenger trains will leave Bbenandoah for jlaucn i;nnuK, l.euiKUion, eiaungxcn, ui. saunua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, I'bll HdelphlaandNew York at 5.47, 7.40, DXfia.ni., if'. a.iu. D.ti d. m. For Uelvldere. Delaware Water Gan and Biroua5Durgai o.ti, a m., ana o.op. ui. rur LLllUUClbllllUUUU iicniuu, o-.uo a, 111, For White Hoven. Wilkes-Iiarre and Pitts- . n.. TL IT IW 1,1 A1 n w QUI nn.l K Oil n vn LUll Wtl, W.W, n. u., .uu .u. 1 or Tunknannocic, 10,41 a. m., o.m ana o.n p. m. For Auburn, Ithaca; Geneva and and Lyons ju.41 n. m., anu o j.. m. Forlvaceyviue.Towanaa, tiayre, waveriy ,..1 , 1,.1 nM ll..l,nln K.tnnrM. V. Laiuutt, JHJiutcioi, liooniu, ,'inknn, -jia, Chicago and all points West at 10.41a. m.,and 5.20 p.m. For Imira nnd the West vlaBalamanca at 3.10 p.m. ror Auucuneu. xiuzietuu. muuiiiuu. .iiuj' hf-r Yard. Weatherlv nnd Penn Haven Juno tlon nt 6.41, 7.40, 8,08 a. m. and 12.53, 3.10 and p.m. tor Jeanesvlllo, Levlston and Beaver Mpndnw. 7.40. 0.03 a. m. and 5.29 n. m. For licramon nt 5.47 9, OS, 10.41a. m. 8,10 and 5:26 p. m. Vnr Hnzle Brook. Jeddo. Urlflon and Free land at 5.47, 7.40, 0.08, 10.41 a. m 1Z52 3.10 and 5.26 p.m. KorQuaknie at 5.47 and 9.08 a.m., nnd 3.10 p. m. For WIpKans, QUberton and Frackvlllo at 5.50 and tf.OS a m., and 4.10 p. m. For Yatesvllle. Mahanov City and Delano. 5.47, 7.40, 9.18, 10.41, 10,68 a. m.,12.62,3.10,5.26, 8,03, v.i acaiu. ii.ui. For Lost Creek. 31rardvllle and Ashland 4.27, 7.46, 8.52, 10.15 a. m., 1.00, 1.40, 4.10, 6.85, g.iu ana u.u p. m. For Darkwnter. Bt. Clulr and Pottsvllle. 7.40, 9.08, 10.58 a. m., 12.52,8.10,4.10, 5.25 and 8.03 n.m. For Bnck Mountain, Now Boston and Morea, 7.40, 9.08, 10.68 a. m., 12.62, 3.10, 5.26 and 8.03 p.m. For ltaven Hun, Centralla, itt. Carmel and Shamokln, 8.52, and 10.15. a. in., 1.10, 4.4C and 8.06 n. in. Trains leave Bhamokln lor Bbenandoah, 7.55 11.65 a. m., 2.10. 4J50 and 9.S0 p. m., arriving at Hhenandoab, 9.05 a. m., 12.52, 8.10, 6.26 and li.ia p. m. nuniiAi i i.in. For Lost Creek. Glrardvllle and Ashland, 8.50, 9.10 11.36 a. in., 2.4.5 p. m. ror uarawaier, nt. ciuir nuu ruiusviue, 5.50, 8.00, 9.80 a.m., 2.45 p. m. r or x aiesvuie, Aiuuuuuy uuy uuu xoiuuu, T3ENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. $Z SOHTIUCILI. DIVISION, On antl aer Nov. 21, 1890, fralnj ttl tao Bur.unaoai as cii'out: Il'ur n igKuu, unuciiuii, mi:a.V41iei .,0,7 Castle, Bt. Clair, and way points, 0.00, 9.19 it m and 4.15 pm. Huuaays,ouo,v.4uamanas.iop m. r ut r uiusviiiu. u.w, o.iv iu nuu i,ivu lu. bnndays, 6U0, 9.40 a m and 8.10 r m, For Beading, 6.00, 9.10 a m and 4.15 pm. Sundays, tjO0,9.40a.m. and 3.10 pm, For Pottstown. FhoenixvlUe. Norrletown mil Philadelphia (Broad street Btatloni, S.CO. J.10 a m. and 4,15 V m week days rinnaayn, oou, v.u a m a.iu p m liralns leave Frackvlhe lor Hhenandoab. ab 10.40 am and 12.14. 7.42. 10.09 n m. Bundavs. 11.18 am and 5.40 pm. wave roiitrvuio ior oncnanaoan, xu.ia and 11. IS. a m 7.15. 9.42 p m. Bundays, 10.40 a EC 3.15 p m. JjO&vo I'nuaueipnia turoaa Bueet suttionj, for rott8Vllle nnd Bhenandosi. 22.214.171.124 a nu. 2.10, 4.10 and 7.00 p m week days. Bunday IS'-mt I am anai.Jup. m. v For w York, 3.20, 4,06, 4.40, 5.S5, 6.50, 7.30' 8.208.30, i.60, ll.00andll.15am. 12.00 noon. (llm? ilea express, i,w ana .cu p m.i i.w, i.w 4, 5, 06,S0, 6.60 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 p m, 12.oi un unaays, 3.2U, 4.uo, i.w, uaa, b.12, b.bu, v.&o, a m. and 12.49, 3.20 lllmited 4,510, 5.26, u,y). 8,60 7,13 8.ia p m and 12.01 night. For ata uirt, upring ivftite, Beimar Ocean Grove. Abbnrv Perk, and Lone lirancla 8.20, 11,15, a. m. 4.00 p. to. week dayr For X retiuoiu, o.v i v. ui. weea- tiuytu Baltlmor" and WasninKVon. 3.60. 7.20. 8.31 9.10, li.20, 11.18 a m, 12.'" (ltmlted express) 3.4t t.u ti.1T ani'i.iu p. m., ana iz.u3mgm. ro- Baltljjior my, uti. J.ii.sosaad n.du p. m. On Sundays, 8.50, 7.20, 0.lllmd 11.18 a. ta. 4.43 8.57.J.40n ni. 12.03 nlzhL Baltimore only 5.08 and 11.80 p m. tor tticnmond ana tnetiomn 7.20 11.18 a. m Limited Kxpress 12.35 p. m.12.03 night, week- Hcnaays, p.. m., n.w nigni. Sand 3.10 a m anil drains leave iiarruDnr; the west ovory day at 1 WATER OF UFE. Anely dhcovered MINtRAL WATER, the ute ol which will aurinlv lmnortant ele ments Dccctsiiry lo health. It will euro the KIOEpys, Liver, Stomach, and all Howe! and muuaer ciFeases. il v. ill aisuive cmcun uuu rtmovethtm. Itremoves the uric acidtVom the blood and thus debtroys Malaria bed Chills, ltcurisllrlaht's dlbease, ann is es pecially recommended for people advanced In life, and for general debility. For undoubted proolsor this (end lor pamphlet giving full nartIrulars.toJ.lt. VEKRY, Woter ol Lhe Co., 31 Bouth Main Bt.. WiUrw-Harre Pa. FIRE INSURANCE I Uijut ul Oldest foWt Pinlj Cuk tBfiilu Represented by mrg for lltuDurs ana day at 12.25 and 3.10 a m anil j.oo (limited) and 3.4) p m. Way for Altoona. .15 a iu and 4.10 l m every day. a or ruisourfe; onty, u.w a m aauy tmu iu: (, m week days, ijeave Banbnrv lor Wllllamsnort. E.rnlra. Canandalgna, Rochester, BnQalo and H lagam a aus, o.io a m aauy, ana 1.45 pm weec auys. e or vaiKins, d.su p m wees nays. For Erie and intermediate pelnts, 6.10 a, dally. For Lock Haven, 6.10, and 9.53 a m. dally, 1.31 and 6.80 p. m. week days. For ttenova 6.10 a m 1,43 and 6,S3 p m week days, MP a, m Hundaya. CHAB. F PDGH, J.R.WOOU, 1-ifiU. KW ' liflO. pats. ACT, 7"ILMINQTON & NORTHERN R. R. jime laoie in rneci jwy, iv, loyi. " Trains leave Readlne (P. & R. station) fof uiuraiiar, eeyieri, mrabooro, Joanna, opnn field. Wavne sburir Junction. Contesvllle.Wc' i.uetit;r,v.iiHUMuiu juuuiiuu. u, a kj. juuuiioLrrry Wllmlnetonand lulermedlale stations, dally Y except bunday, at 6.25 and 8.S0 a.m. and IMS' p. m, Hnnday only at 8.05 p. m. rur warwii'ik, cuniein uuu luteruitruiuio stations, dully except Hnnday, at 9,20 a.m., and o.is p. m. nunaay only s.io n, m. For Blrdbboro and Intermediate stations, Saturday only, at 12 m. W3' f or iiaitimore uuu wutfuiiipiuuiu. o. u. i. R.) dallv eicent Bunday at 6.25 aud 8.30 a. in. and 8.16 p. m. Hnnday only at 8.05 p, m. lrom Wilmington, B. & O. Junction, Monty chanin, cnaaasiora junction, vt esr unesier, Lenape, Coatesvllle, Wnynesbnrp Junction, ttpringueiu,juuuiitt, xirueuuru, ummuur, cey rnnnnd intermediate stations, dallv excenl nunuay ui, io.u u. m. u.ud uuu o.ti p. ut. 8.00, HJ6a. m.,l-.4p.4.40,8:08p.-m. . . 3Sv on'lvatll 91a. ra. "-" ' For Lofty, Auaennea ana iiasieton, w From Bt. Peters, Warwick and intermediate . , wv.rw.r. . ana -'-a, u. ui. otinuuv oniv fit n n. m. Kllillinm. KAJ1U1V i . In . . i I . - r . . Cahasanaua. Allentown and Mew York, 8.00 a.m., 1.40 p. m; tor rnuoaeipnia, i.u p. m, fe.B. BYINGTON. Grn'l Pass. Agt., Bethlehem, IMPORTANT NOTICE ! n. i From Blrdsboro and IntermeOlntK clatlnns. Baturday only at 1.40 p. m. From Washington and Baltimore, dally ex cept Bunday, 1020 a, m. 6.62 and 8.17 p. m. Bunday only at 11.21 a. m. uutvkjshs uiuuus, Gen'lPass. Agt. A, G. McCA UBLAfS D, Bnpt, RUPTURE, DAVID FAUSTi 120 B, Jardln Btrvet BHENANllOAH.PA All persons are hereby warned NOT TO FISH IN THE DAMS ! Belonging to the Shenandoah Water Company, and all parties caught violating this notice win ue Prosecuted as Trespassers. By order of We, the undersigned, are entirely cured oi Runture by Dr. J. B. MAYER, 831 Arch St., l'hlla. Thomas B. Hartung, New Ringgold, Pa., I.Pandt, bomb i.v. .. . . .. li., r , , .. n . .t.,..b in 1 1.. ..no i vj ii , x ut, . i. v., .'i-iiiii n, uirr, ra R. G. Btanlev. 424 Bnrnce BL. Lebanon. I'a.. A. Bchnelder. Locuat Iiale, Pa.. D, B. Noll, Lime- Klin, pa., win. i;. lianensune, t'noenixvliie. Pa.. W. M. Lelnbach. 624 Washlnirtan St.: Reading, Pa., J. O. Lyme, 1810 W. Howard Bt., iiarrisDure, pa., u. iveenn, uontiiassviiie, l a. Dr. MAYER is at Hotel Penn. Readlne. Pa.. on the 2nd Baturday of each month. Call to see mm. TX K. BRIOKER, M. D., Not 8 East Centre Btreett Mahanoy City, Fa tajuu uuu uii specuii uiseuaw a speciauy.