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Pusllsked daily, except Sunday by nn ha Li) vviiLisniNa COMPANY, rubllcatloi office and mechanical department, 2.15 East Coal Street. iha Tlamlrl ls delivered In Shenandoah and p.uu Burroundlng towns tor Six Cents awcok.piyable to thocarrlers. Ilymall, Three Dollars a year orTwenty-Qro cents per month, 1 a4 ranee. Advertisements charged according to Bpaco i4 position. The publtsbcrs reserve, tho tight it change tho position ot advertisements when ever the publication of newH requires It. Tho right Is also rcsorVod to reject any advertise meat, whether paid for or not, that tho pub lishers may deom Impropor. Advertising rates raadc known upon application. Entered at tho post omco at Shenandoah, Pa., ta second closs mall matter. TllK MritNIXO It KHALI), Shenandoah, I'enna. Evening Herald. THURSDAY, AI'MIj 2fi, 189J. iikaiiquautkiis Hki'uiimcan Statk Committee, Philadelphia, Feb. U, '1)4. To th Republican Klrctorso 1'cnniyleania : I -am directed by tlio Itejiubllcan Stnlo Committee to nnuounce that the Republi cans of Pennsylvania, by their duly chosen representatives, will meet in State convention at Harrlslmrx, l'a., on Wudnewlay, Mny 2.', at 11 o'clock a. m., for the following purpose, to wit : For the nomination of candidate-) ro Biwctively for Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, two members of Congress from the state at large. Auditor General, Secretnry f Internal AfTair, and for tin-transaction of such other business ns may be pro Minted. Attention is called to the rule adopted At the State Convention of 1HM3 providing for the basis of rnpri'sentation ns follows : Representations in future state 'conven tions shall be based upon tho vote cast at the Presidential or gubernatorial election Immediately preceding, one delegate being Hotted to oach legislative district for over 2,000 Republican votes and an addl ttonal delegate fora fraction exceeding 1,000 votes, each district to have at least one delegate. By order of the Republican Stato Com. 11. K. Gii.kkso.v, Chairman. Attest: .TF.ItK I). REX. A. D. Killkuolf, Secretary. The representatives to which each dis trict of the county is entitled to is as fol lows: First district, 1; Second district, 1; Third district, 1; Fourth district. 3. It is a decidedly dull day for "armies" when a new one is not reported to bo marching on to Washington. They evi dently expect to find at tho National Capital the "crop of clover" they were promised with the election of Grover. TiimtE is a wife in Gotham who has broken the record for presence of mind and a common sense treatment of emer gencies. She found her husband hang tug by the neck, in a nearly successful endeavor to commit suicide. She cut him down, revived him, found not seriously injured, promptly boxed his cars and then as. promply turned him over to the police. to be punished for attempting his life. It will cause no general surprise to learn that this unfortunate gentleman's motive ivaa despondency. CITIZEN GKOHOE FltANCIS TltAIN has announced that hu will Join Coxey's ar.ny. Considerable Bttrpriso has beeu expressed that tho boss crank hnd not enlisted under the folds of Coxey's banner at the inception of tho organization of vagrants and tramps. He can't make it any more ridiculous than it is, unless lie writes tho army's "war songs" nnd in duces the recruits to slug them. Coxoy's hordes singing Train's metrical compost tujus would bo more terrible than nn army nitbthe latest improved implements of That tho people of Paris have Implicit confidence in tho government of their city, is evidenced by the celerity with which they snapped up a municipal loan of ftO.OOO.OOO at 2', per cent. Aunrchy may intermittiugly break out in spots in thetiny Capital, but those who participate in the lawlessness toon feel themselves in the clutches of the strong hand of tho law. AunrchUt speeches nnd speakersare soon suppressed, and there nrc not n score of so-called "urmles of unemployed" marching on to the city to demand that laws shall not bo passed to benefit a for eign country to thu great detriment of their own. Till, voice of Georgia has now become the supremo voice in pension adminis tration, for is not thojippeal otull pension matters to Hoke Smith, of Atlanta, by the grace of Grover Cleveland Secretary of the Interior f The local boards aro not abolished, but their power to rate the pensioner's disability n vital power for his protection la taken from them by administrative order. And, after all, i.eorgia has carried her point. She is urely In the saddle, well Illustrating the apt saying that thero wns a time when ihettoyswere "marching through Geor gia," but now is tha time wheu Georgia is marching through the boys. The expected desoent of the Coxey army" and Its congeners upon Wash ington has caused considerable apprehen sion In official circles, both high and low. The subject tins beeu discussed with the utmost gravity In tho Cabinet, in which differences of opinion are understood to xlst as to the extent aud meaning of the "Commonweal" movement, If Mr. Cleve land had any thought of Issuing a proc lamation calling for the preservation of tho pence and of good order, ho has aban doned tho intention, for the present nt least, llut District Commissioners havo sent out a manifesto dcolnring their purpose of enforcing tho law against all offenders. So far ns Congress is concerned, tho Senate has ruthlessly voted down 1'elTer's resolution for tho appointment of a committee to greet the "army" with duo honors. HARRISON ON THE STUMP. The Xi.rresldrnt Spraku for Protection In Indiana's1 Cnnipntgn. INUIAKAPOLU, April 2tl. The Republi can state convention which convened hero yesterday was tho largest since the war. The venernblo e)c-Secretnry Thompson was chosen permanent chnlrmuii, and delivered a stirring address. The convention went wild with excitement when ex-lresldant Harrison wn introduced. In his speech General Harrison paid a tribute to Presiding Ofllrcr Thompson. He eulogized the past history of tho Re publican pnrty of Indiana, and said tho country was awakening to the fact that a restoration of the Republican principles of government was CBnential to the pros perity and happiness of the people. Ho evoked prolonged applause by tho an nouncement that throughout the cam paign he would hold himself nt tho dis posal of the state committee. Ho would not concede (hat an ex-presldent had lost his citizenship or subscribe tothe doctrine that the discussion of great public ques tions was undignified in any man. Speaking of the present national rendi tions, lie said that the people had become so prosperous, so rich, labor was so uni versally employed at good wages, that the people had ceased to think of the danger and disaster involved in an abandonment of protective principles. Hut recent events had stirred that interest to the very depth of our society. What orators and pamphleteers hail failed to do a bitter ex perience thnt Introduced sorrow into every home and starvation into many had done. The American workmnn had realized that it was not possible for him to sepa rate himself from the interest of the man ufacturer that employed him to listen to wicked and vicious reports, to strike at his employer without the blow recoiling upon himself nnd his family. This was a timo of unrest, disaster and apprehension, but he believed that all tumult would be stilled if it were once known that no at tempt to strike, down the citadel of protec tion would lie successful. General Harrison spoko briefly on the silver question, nnd concluded with an earnest appeal against over confidence in the campaign. On retiring he was given another ovation. For the state officers thero were forty fivu candidates. Each nomination was a prolonged battle, and the ticket as a whole is a victory for Harrison Republicans. Tho ticket nominated Is as follows: Heeretary of state, W. I). Owen, of Logan-port; au ditor, A. C. Dailcy, of Lebanon: treasurer, F. J. Scholz, of Kvnnsville; attorney gen eral. W. A. Ketcham, of Indianapolis. Italian ltnllrnni! Laborers Arrivn. JOANNA, Pa., April 20. Three carloads of Italian laborers, over 100 men, arrived I here from New York to he employed In the construction of the new railroad through the Concstogavnlley.fromapoint I on tho Wilmington nnd Northern railroad one mile east of this station to the city ot Lancaster. Tho men will receive tt per day. The advent of the foreigners hns caused considerable excitement in this neighborhood. Handball Gumei Yesterrinv. At Brooklyn Brooklyn, 8; Philadel phia, 2. At Baltimore Boston, 0; Baltimore, 8. At Washington New York, 14; Wash ington, 5. At Cincinnati Clevclaud,12; Cincinnati, C At, Louisville Pittsburgh; Loulsvllle.l. At St. Louis St. Louis, 13; Chicago, 3. HercniHiin'a Kxccutlon 1'iiAtpnneil MoitltlSTOWN, N. J., April 2(1. Thomas J. O'lirien, counsel for Augustus lierg ninnn, hecured a stay of the execution in the United Stntes court nt Trenton. This is nn indefinite stay lor the execution, which was to have taken place this morn ing. l'enn.yHaula and New Jttrsey Ilrltltrt. Washington, April 20. Senator Cam eron, of Pennsylvania, introduced a bill to incorporate the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Hrldge company, and to give tothe new corporation the authority to construct and maintain a railroad bridge ovor the Delaware river between a point in the city ot Philadelphia within u distance of two miles from the point at which the Krnnkford creek enters tho Delaware aud a point in Now Jersey two miles from a point where Pcnnsnuken creek enters tho Delaware. After an K.caped Prisoner. Chattanooga, April 20. John Skelton, charged with the murder of Cashier Hoss, of the Scottsboro (Ala.) bank, overpowered the jailor, who was the sou of thu sheriff, aud made good his escape. Bloodhounds were soon put upon tho track of the es. caped prisoner. After a run of ten miles over tho country the sheriff's posse met Skelton's brothers, who admitted that they had placed their brother on horse back, and he had gone on ahead. The sherill and posse are in hot pursuit. PUT UP class rials, hermetically sealed, and Pierce's Pleasant Pellets come. When you take a pill it's nn lmiwrtaut poiut to have them small provided they have equal strength and efficacy. You'll find what you want In these little liver Dills of Dr. Pierce's. They're put up in a better way, and they act in a better way, than the huge old-fashioned pills. What yon waul" when vou're"all out of sorta" grumpy, thick-headed and take a gloomy view of life, us iiieso reueu to cienr up your system and start your liver into healthful action. Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, i Conktmntion. Indigestion. Un ions Attacks, and all derange ments of the liver, stomach and bowels, are prevented, re lieved, nnd cured. They're the cheaw tt pill you con buy, for thoy'ro guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money Is returned. You pay only for ux goou you get. HOGAN DM GUARD. Fodoral TroopB Oapturo tho Com monweal Train Thievos. DEPUTY MAESEALB DRIVEN OFF. Th7 Attempt to Arrest Hogan and Ills Knglneer, but Wore Utterly rowerleis. General Relley Ilegretl the Scene! of Bloodshed at Millings, Moot. HlLtnras, Mont., April 36. At noon festerday the COO members of Hogan's army, on their stolen train, arrived In this tlty, and close at their heels was a train bearing fifty deputy marshals, and a con flict between the deputies and the army was at once precipitated, whloh resulted In on man on each side being severely wounded. The deputies overtook them at Columbus, a small station, and demanded their surrender. General Ilogan paid no attention to the oommands ot the depu ties to give up possession of the stolen train, and ordered his men to go ahead. The two trains camo on slowly during the forenoon, the deputies closely follow ing after the Coxeyltes and watching for an opportunity to scire them and their trnin. On arriving in this city a stop was ordered, nnd the conflict resulted. United States Marshal McDcrmott ordered the leadora of the array to surrender, and on their refusal a few of the deputies, nerv ously and without any orders, fired upon the men in the cars. A few allots were exchanged before the marshal could regain control of his men and stop the firing. The shooting occurred on tho platform hero. An attempt was made to arrest General Hogau and Kugineer Wiley. Re sistance wns offered and firing begun. Tho elation platform was crowded with women, children and men. Charier Hardy, n peaceful man, was shot through tho head and will die, while several others were wounded. The army, aided by citl r.cns of Hillings, disarmed tho- deputies and drove them out of town. Then tho army secured a slow "hog" engine and proceeded slowly on the way to Miles City. There was a rciiort that "General" Ho gau was himself wounded three times, but the fact that the train pulled out for tho east mnde it impossible to confirm that report here. Marshal McDcrmott de cided that hla men were not equal to the work cnt out for them and as soon as ho got his men to stop firing, he withdrew them and notified the authorities that his forco was insufficient for the arresting of so large a mob. Meantime, by order of President Cleve land, in response to an urgent call from Governor Rickarts, of Montana, the troops at Fort Keogh waited for the stolen train to nrrlvo at that point, when they wcro instructed to capture tho train and its occupants. It is reported that tho train was captured at Fort Keogh by the fed eral troop-, and tho Industrials, who of fered no resistance, were placed under ax arrest. POPULISTS DISCUSS COXEY. Grave Fears as to the Outcome of the Next Few Ilnjs. WASII1NOTON, April 20. The Populist senators and representatives in oongress were in caucus last night at tho Populist national headquarters to reach an under standing ns to the Populist attitude to ward the oncoming Coxey army. There were present Senators Stewart of Nevada and Allen of Nebraska and Representa tives Pence and Hell of Colorado, Baker and Harris of Kansas, Iloen of Minnesota nnd Kem anil McKeigan of Nebraska. Chairman Tnubeneck, of the national committee, was also there. The Coxey movement was fully dis cussed. While there was no Indorsement of the movement the speakers urged that It was tho legitimate and natural outcome of national legislation. Senator Stewart urged with his usual vigor that the "gold anarchists" were responsible for the pop ular uprising. Gravu fears were expressed as to the outcome' of the next few dnys. It was pointed out that while the Coxey men might be well Inteutiouotl and fi arm less their coining would probably be utll- I ized by the thugs, toughs nnd worst;ele- meuts of llaltimore, PMlauelplila and ad jacent cities to come here aud commit depredations which would be charged to the Coxeys. The caucus learned also through private information to Populist headquarters that large bands not yet re corded were headed this way. One of these Is led by Halpli Ileaumont, a promi nent figure in Populist councils, and is inudo up of 300 Okluhomaus. Fry'a Men Capture Two Trains. TKltltE HAUTE, Iud., April 20. Yester day was an exciting day for Frye's army of Industrials. Thursday night its 800 members captured u Vandal la freight train, with the intention of going east, but the train wns side tracked and aban doned by tho crew, nnd thnt stopped op erations, the men camping out all night on the track, and using the company's ties for firewood, i esterdny afternoon the nrmy captured another train bound east at Prairie, u few miles east of this city. Tho trainmen were luformed that thero were engineers nnd firemen among tho soldiers, and if they did not move the train members of the army would. After a parley of about an hour thu trainmen took the train to Brazil, where the Indus trials got off. They camped thero last night. These acts of lawlessness havo aroused the indignation of the citizens. General Keltey Orlevml. Atlantic, la., April 20. When shown the Associated Press dispatch telling of the fight at Billings General Kelley was deeply affected. "This is awful," he said. '1 fear our cause is rutneu. iiloousueu is wrong, resistance of authorities is wrong, it is all wrong. Wo are now reduced to thu level of a mob. Militia may be called outatauy moment to stop our progress. This gives them uu excuse to regard us as lawless. I would givo my life to have this day's work undone. There is no excuse for the uciion of those Montana men. I don't know them, and hove not been in com munication with them, but I did not be lieve tHat they would resort to bloodshed." Colonel Speed talked in the same strain, aud wept Ireely over the intelligence. He, too, feared that his cause would be lu- jured. Kotrs of ttie Coiiinionwenl, According to tho preent Intentions of the national administration no attention will be paid to the Coxey movement by the government unlea the necessity for action is thrust upon tho federal author ities so that it cunuot bo uvolded. The question whether Coxey's men shall be permitted to enter the district will be con sidered a mutter for the action of tho local authorities. If thu Commouwenlers violate any municlpul laws they will be ' dealt with by the police officials. Chicago's Industrial army lias a goddess Jo lead it to tho Capitol. "General" John H. Randall Announces that hi men will bo led by a lady dressed in whlto and rid ing a milk whlto horse. Mrs. Nile C. Smith ha volunteered to do the eques trienne act. Sho is tho wife of a book pub lisher and the daughter of "General" Ran dnll, There are now about 850 men on roltod, and it is believed a start will bo mado within a week. The commissary wagon ot the Philadel phia division of Coxey's army pulled through Elliott City, Md., and was loaded with provisions by the citizens. One of the leaders of the forces Is authority for the statement that 20,000 men nt present arc scattered In small squads within fifty miles of tho capital, and the numbers are increasing dally. At Portland, Oro., nu attempt was made by COO. Industrials to capture a Northern Paelfle freight train, but Chief of Pollco Hunt was on hand with thirty officers and prevented it. The industrials then pro ceeded on foot over tho lino of tho Union Pacific, and it ia believed they will at tempt to capture a train. The Grayson contingent of the Com monweal army left Hardin, Colo., this morning overland In wagons, furnished by sympathetic farmers. The army num bers 120 men. Citizen George Francis Train left New York last night for Washington, and says that tonight be will speak at Masonic ' Temple on the Coxey movement. THE NATION'S LAWMAKERS Senators Wast Five Honrs In Discussion Without Itrsult. Washington, April 20. Five hours were spent by the senate yesterday in consider ing the tariff bill by soctions, but no pro gress was- made. The question under de bate wns tho date npon which the bill should take effect. Senator PelTer intro duced n bill to give work to the unem ployed people in the District of Columbia, nnd Sennfor Allen introduced n resolution nfllrming the right of Coxey's array or any one else to come to Washington and peaceably assemble in the Capitol build ing. It went over. The house devoted the-day to the con sideration of the consular and diplomatic appropriation bill, but progress was slow. Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, was vigilant nnd aggressive in criticizing every chnngo made in the bill, insisting on an explana tion in cases of increased salaries and of fering amendments to reduce appropria tions wherever opportunity afforded. None of his amendments prevailed, however. The fenture of the day was tho attempt. through an amendment offered by Mr. . Hepburn, to cut off all unofficial fees of j consuls of the first, second and third Classes. The amendment was lost by practically a strict party vote. Commander Heynrman'a Sentence. "WAblllNGTON, Aurll 20. Secretary Her bert disposed of the cases of Commander Ileyermnn and Lieutenant Lyman, found guilty by court martial of causing the wreck of the K cursargc on Honcndor reef. The court sentenced Commander Heycr- mari to two years suspension from duty on waiting orders pay, and to remain sta tionary in his grade. Secretary Herbert re duced this sentence to one year. Lieuten ant Lyman was sentenced to one yenr's suspension under similar conditions, and to be publicly reprimanded. Secretary Herbert allows the suspension to stand, but sets asldu thu sentence so far as-it In volves a reprimand. A .Fruitless Conference. St. PAUL, April 28. President J. J. Hill, of theGrent Northern, agreed to meet tho strikers' conference committee. Hopes were at once raised of n near settlement of the strike or a final decision of the men quickly In favor of arbitration. The com mittee continued in conference witU Presi dent Hill an hour, when, no decision hav ing been reached, tliey took a recess of two hours. The men insisted upon tho schedule of wages In force prior to last August. llrazlllan Ports Open. I1URN03 AyiiES, April 2& All the porta of Brazil are now open to vessels flying the Drnzilian flag, with the exception of Par anagua, in tho state of Parana, which is reported to be still in the possession of the Insurgents. The correspondent adds that tno government Is preparing to send strong force to llace, in the state of Klo Grande do Sul, In order to endeavor to recapture tho city from the Insurgents. w A Powerful Flesh Maker. A process that kills the taste of cod-liver oil has done good service but the process that both kills the taste and effects par tial digestion has done much more. Scott's Emulsion stands alone in the field of fat-foods. It is easy of assimilation because part ly digested before taken. Scott's Emulsion checks Con sumption and all other wasting diseases. MUSSER & BEDDALL, (Successors to Coakley Bros.) Mo, 38 East Centre Htreet, HHCMANDOAII, I A. Our Motto! Heat Duality at T.nwest n&tti Prices. I'atronago respectfully solicited IFJRJEjJD. KEITI-I 1ST 104 North Main street, Bheuandoab, Pa., WHOLESALE BAKER AND CONFECTION!. Ice Cream wholesale and retail. Picnics and parties supplied on short notler GEORGE W. JOHNSON, BKTIOItf : HOTEL ! LOST CHEEK, PA. Near L. V. nnd Electrlo railways. The finest brands of cigars, whiskies, porter, over aim tua uu uuuu. ifr Anna Deemtr I'aulton, Tenn. Weak Nerves Numb 8polls, Dyspepsia. Poor Blood Hood's Sarsaparllla Cavo Strongth, Removed That Tlrod Fooling. "CI. 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BURKE, A TTORNEY AT-LAW BUSKAHDOAn, FA, and Esterly building, Pottsvllle. J-R. K, HOOULERNEIt, fhyneian ana surgeon. Advloe free at drug store. 107 BDUth Main street. Private consultation at retldonce, 112 South Jardln street, from 0 to 7:30 p. m. J. PIERCE ROBERTS, M. D., No. East Coal Btreet, SHENANDOAH, PA. Office Hours 1:90 to 3 and 8:50 to 9 p, m. D It. J. H. CALLEN, no. ai couin j arena street, acsnanaoan. Om ob Hours: 1i30 to 3 and 0:3O-to 8 P. M. Except Thursday evening. No effuse work on ffunday excevt bitarranae- mm:, a nrta tanerenee to me ojKe nouri is aosoiweiy necessary. pROP. T. J. WATSON, .....-..'reacner oi..... VIOLIN, GUITAR, BANJO and MANDOLIN. Havlne had sixteen years' experience as a teacher of Instrumental rauMo giving Instruc tion on tho above instruments. Word left at Brumm's Jewelry store will receive prompt at- WENDELL HEDER, Successor to Dr. CHAS. T. PALMER, ATi? AND EAll SU1M1EON, 301 Mnhantongo Street, PottsviUe, Penna, LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD. Passenger trains leave Shenandoah for Fenn Haven Junction. Mauch Chunk. Le- hichton, Slatlngton, White Hall, Catasauqua, Allontown, Bethlehem, Eastern, Philadelphia ana weatneny at o.ui, 7,9a, v.ia a m., u.43 2 57 n. m. rornew xoraMD.u4. Y.tjo.v.ia a.m., is.ts,z.D7, For ijuauaRo. Hwitchbacir., uernaras ana llua For Wllkee-Harre, White Haven. Plttston, Laceyviue, Towacaa, sayre. waveriy Elmirtt. 6.04. 9.15 a. m.. 126.96.36.199 d. m. For Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and the West. 6.04. 9.15 a. m. and 2 67 5.27 d. m. For Uelvidore, Delaware Water Oap and Stroudsburg, 6.04 a. m., 2.57 p. m. For Lambertvllle and Trenton. 9.16 a. m. For Tunlrhaunoclc, 6.04. 9.15 a. m.. 2.67. 6 27 D. m For Ithaca and Geneva 6.04, 9.15 a. m. 5.27 p. m 1 For Auburn 9.16 a. m. .27 c. m. For Jeanosvllle.Levlston and Beaver Meadow, 1,00 a, lu., i.ij, o.vo (J. lu. For Audenrled. Hazleton. Stockton and Lum ber Yard, 6.04, 7.20, 9.15, a. m., U.4S, 2.67, 6.Z7 p, m. For Hcranton. 6.04. 9.15. a. m.. 2.57 n. m. For Hazlebrook, Jeddo, Drllton and Freeland, 6.04. 7 B.15. a. m.. 12.43. 2.67. 6.27 P. rr. For Ashland. Glrardvllle and Lost Creek. 4.52. 7.51, 8.62, 10.20 a. m., 1.00, 1.40, 1.10, 6.85, 8.22, 9.16 p. m. For Raven Run. Centralis. Mount Carmel and Shamokin, 7.uo, b.mj, u.i a. in., i.iu, B.Z Ti.m. r or X aieoVliiB, ram ruKu, lasLsau; iuy idu ueiano, o.ih. v.oa, v.io, ii.ud a m., is.ta, s.dj 5 27. 8.08. 9.33. 10.28 n. m. Trams will leave Shamokin at 6.45, 8.15, 11.15 a. m., i.db, 4.bu v.ou p. m., ana arrive at anenan doab at 7.38. 9.15 a. m.. 12.43. 2.57. 5.27. 11.15 D. m Leave Shenandoah for Pottsvllle. 5.M). 7.88 9.0J, 11.05 11.30 a. m., 12.43, 2.57, 4.10 5.27, 8. rj. m. Leave Pottsvllle for Shenandoah, 6.00, 7.85 9.05, 10.15, 11.48 a. m., 12.32, 8.00,. 440, 5.20, 7.15, 7.66. 10.00 rj. m. Leave Shenandoah for uatleton,e.04, 7.38,9.13, a, m., Z.D7, o.jifB.ue p. m. Leave llazleton for Shenandoah, 7.35, 10.00, 11.09 a, m 12.15, 2.F6, 5.80, 7.26. 7.69 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. Trains leave for Ashland. Olrardville and Lost Creek, 7.W, 9.40 a. m., 12.su, 2.45 p. m. For Uazlrton, Black Creek Junction, rens uaven junction, uauco uounn. Aiieuwwu, Bethlehem, Easton and New York, 8.40 a m. 12.su, 2.55 p. m. For Philadelphia 12.80. 2.55 p. m. For Yataavtlle. Park Place. Mahanov I City and Delano, 8.40, 11.35 a. m 12.80, 2.55, 4.40 6.03 p. m. i. m. 11.80 Leave Uazleton for Shenandoah, 8.80, Leave Shenandoah for Pottsvllle, 5.60, B.40, Leave Pottsvllle for Shenandoah, 8.80, 10.40 a.m.,l.5. 6.15 p.m. ROLLIN U. WILBUR. Cent Hupt., South Bethlehem, Pa CHAS. S. LEB, Oenl. Pass.Agt., Philadelphia A. VT. KONNEUAOilElt. Asst. O. P. A.. South Bethlehem, l'a. P0TTSVILLE A- i Soap Works. Third and . Race Sts. Use 5c Ocean Soap. It has no equal for laundry or pencral household ubo aud can bo used with perfect safoty on any kind of goods. 5c Borax Soap. Is unequalled for washing laco, flannel or fino texture goods. Monarch Towel Soap Is in largo bars a towel with each bar freo. It is splendid for general uso. Minora' Favorlto, New Wrlakto.Olelne, urown ana wnno ttxira ramuy are m all good soaps. All soaps guaranteed m to be absolutely pure. WM. ISIIA.LI), Irlnnagcr. W. T; DECK'S Wheelwright Shop Has been removed to Hear Alley, Between Centre and Lloyd utrcets. Wheelwright work, Carriage and wagon building, Horseshoeing and General Repairing of all kindB promptly attendee! to. RETT 10' S Beer and Porter. T AM AGENT for tho Chas. Rettlg's Cele brated Beer and Porter in this vicinity, also Bergner & Engel's celebrated India Pale Ales and Old Stock. Orders will receive prompt attention. Finest brands of Liquors and Cigars. SOLOMON HAAK- 120 South Mam Street. Rag Carpet Weaving ! If vou want a Rood ntece of rae carpet, will woven, talco your raps and bavo them woven up in carpets. It will nay you In the long run. All kinds, with or without stripes, marto to order; beautiful rainbow stripes. 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