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BIG CHUROH SCANDAL,
Ono Clorcyinitn Accuacs Anotlior of lni
Somehb, Conn,, Juno 1. Ono of the
most sensntlonnl scandals that lias over
agitated Tolland county has been precip
itated by Hev. C. II. Gleason, for tnnny
yenrs pastor of the- Congregational
Church. Mr. dleason has brought suit
against his wife, Nettie, for divorce,
wulou will ho tried in tho Superior Court
this week. He charges hor with mis
conduct on several occasions with n
young Ronton mlulster.
The plaintiff is on tho downhill sldo of
life, having; beon pastor of tho Sorners
church for uoarly 30 yenrs. His first
wife lies in tho little churchynrd here,
and it was after her death that his trou
bles began. Tho present Mrs. Qloason
was a gay young Iloeton girl, half of tho
minister's age, who spent a summor here.
He wooed and won her. Tho evidence of
her improper conduct with the young
Boston minister promises to be very sen
sational, as the junior lovor has recently
tnameu a Bociety uene at me nuu. aim.
GleMou will contest the case stubbornly.
She charges hor husband with Improper
conduct with several of the womon in his
parish. Ijiwyers are hunting for evi
dence for both.
TWE NEW JUDGES.
Appolntmenta by ttio rroslilcut Loolicd
lor this Week.
WAMniOTO!, June 1. President Unrrl
son has finally determined not to ap
point the nine new circuit court judges
until noxt Docomber. Ho says no mem
ber has yot been selected. Political be
llof. It Is understood, will not bo tho
dominant rcnuisito for nppointmont to
It Is tho intention of tho President to
Bolcct men for theso plnces of tho vory
hlghost legal nblllty, nnd with tho view
of obtaining such tnlont, tho legal work
of candidates will bo carefully scruti
nized, and whorovor It Is posslblo tholr
briefs and printed arguments boforo tholr
respectivo Supromo Courts will bo so
cured and subjected to examination. Tho
nblllty nnd legal acumen expressed In
theso documonta will thoroforo havo
much weight In assisting tho l'rcsldont
In reaching his conclusions. This Is
taken as an lndicntien that perhnps tlicro
may be a Democrat appointed in ono of
tho Southern Statos.
Tho appointment of flvo land court
judges is looked for confidently this
SEEKING FOREIGN LABOR.
A Now Jersey aiiiliufacturor Odors Km.
ployulont to l?xllol Russian Jews.
London, Juno 1. A Hamburg dispatch
says that word has buen recolvod in that
city from a prominent manufacturer In
New Jersey, U. S. A., that ho can find
employment for sovcrnl hundred of tho
osllod Kus-slau Jows.
Tho manufacturer ctntod In his rues
sago, which is addressed to a Jowish
houso in Hnuiburg, that, owing to tho
Amorlcan emigration law, ho cannot en
gage theso people In advance, but that
ho will glvo them work upon their ar
Married AVonieu May Tench School
Jursky Citt, N. J., Juno 1. Tho
women tonchcrs in n Jersey City public
schools wcro formerly subject to dis
charge in tho event of their marrlago.
Tho Board of Education has changod this
rule, and now a teacher can get mnrrlod
without belug obliged to tender hor ro
Bignntlon. Director Rold was tho only
member of tho Board who objected to tho
chango. Ho said ho was opposed to mar
ried womon touching school. Ho thought
they ought to attend to tholr housohold
duties and glvo tho slnglo womon a
New England Tamils Tournainont.
New Haven, Conn., Juno 1. The an
nual Now England tennis tournament
will bo held at tho grounds of tho Now
Havon Lawn Club for four days, begin
ning Juno 10. Tho entries will bo gen
tlemen's singles and doublos, Tho chal
lenge cup, which was won last yoar by
E. P. Huntington, jr., will bo defended
by him against all comers. Tho cup bo
comes tho property of tho person who
wins It throo consecutlvo yoars.
Confessed She Killed Hor Husband.
Macon, Qa., Juno 1. At nn early hour
the body of Tom Long was founil lying
naked near his houso. Ho had been mur
dorcd with nn axo. The coroner's Jury
returnod a vordlct that Long cumo to Ills
death at tho hands of unknown porsons.
Later la tho day Long's wife confessed
that sho killed her husband at 4 o'clock
by striking him on tho head with an uxo.
Tho woman is in custody, and fears are
expressed that bIio may bo lynched.
A Furiuor Ilobbed ot $0,000.
Woosran, O., Juuo 1. Samuol Bohin, a
farmer, residing noar Marshallville, was
robbed last uight of $0,000. liolim was
roused from sloep by hearing tho burg
lars at thoir work. Ho discovered three
inon in tho house, and, drawing a re
volver, fired at thorn. Traces of blood
-were found in the room, and ono of tho
thieves was evidently hit by a bullot.
Thoro is uo clue to tho identity ot tho
V Grain Destroyed by ll Hall Storm.
Kansas Crrr, Mo., Juno 1. A heavy
hall and rain storm passed to tho north
and west of this city last evening, doing
frreat damage to tho growing grain,
Tho hail boat down tho standing wheat.
Thousands of dollars' worth of ilamago
has been dono. A rain storm which al
most nmounted to a water spout follow
ed, washing out many bridges.
Corn Salvo I'olsouutl IJlia.
Banoob, Me., Juno 1. Capt. Robert
Hlchborn, ot Stockton, died of blood poi
soning, caused by the application of somo
new patent corn salvo, n remedy ho had
used tor corns, from which ho was a great
Sporting llosort Humeri.
Watebtown, Mass., Juno 1. -The Glen
TTmia. formerly a famous snortina ro-
imrt. was burned yesterday. Loss, 10.-
O00fL?rtly injured. The Kllrain-Lannou
light oo-curred at this hostelry.
Ay.lither Diocese for Iir. IlrooHs. ,
Iitti iKviLLK. Kv.. Juno 1. Tho Stand-
IdJU Coinmlttoo of the Episcopal Diocese
ctlCentucky deoldod to voto in favor ol
ratifying the elevation of Philip Iirooks
tp tho Bishopric ot juassacuubenu.
;8Ir. Illalno Leaves for Dar Harbor To-tIy,
New Yoke, Juno 1. Mr. Illalno was
.t.,l tn-ilnv fi4 slnwlv imnrovlno in
health. It has not yet been fully decided I
at what time to-day bo will leave for Dot !
Heart disease is by far the most frequent
cause of sudden death, which In three out o1
four canes Is unsuspected. Tho symptomBnrt
not generally understood. These are! lylns
on the right side, short breath, pain or dl
irnss In side. buck or shoulder, lrreeulai
mite, asthma, wens nna Hungry spem, wma
siomnci, swelling 01 nnKies or urupj,
coupunnu summering, ur
Miles' iiiuirniei door on uenn intense, irw
at O. II. HBgenbucli, who sell and guaranter
Dr. Miles' unequaled New Heart Cure, and his
llestorntUe Nervine, which cures nervom
noss, heartache, slceplessties , cllectaof drink
ing, etc. K contains no opiates.
She Sees tho IJonit I'aco or Mbore.
CltiCAOO, Juno 1. lllnnlo Wlnterllng,
2B, was locked up last night to prevent
hor from drowning herself. Sho was tho
mnln witness in the Mooro murder trial
nt Ottawa, 111., which resulted in tho
hnnitlng of Charles Ford on May U and
the incarceration in the Stnte's Prison of
William O'llrlen for life nnd Kato Ford
for 14 years. The girl says whenover she
thinks of the past she oan see the dead
face of Moore, and It almost drives her to
Shlloh's Consumption Curo.
Tills la havnnn nt
is beyond question the most
,u.u.ini n.Miirii MmilrMnn wfi have ever sold,
a lew doses Invariably cure the wotn csfbioI
rough, croup, ann lirourniiis, wuno im wuu
derra! success In the cure of Consumption is
without a parallel In the history of medicine.
Since It's first discovery It lias tieen sold on a
guarantee, a test which no other mertlclne
can sland. Ii you have a Cough we earnestly
RSK you IO iry 11. 1U l-uis, ovv. mo, ihi i
tl.tO. If your Lungs are sore. Chest or Hack
i.mio i.ei, shllnli's 1'iiraus Platter. Hold by
C. II. Hngenbuch, N. E.. corner Aiam ana
The vestlbuled compartment sleeping can
recently Introduced on the Chlcngo, St. Paul
and Kansas City llallway are models of com
fort, convenience nnd luxury. Any patron ol
the sleeping car Is enabled, by the Introduc
tion of t heso compartment cars, to secure tin
same privacy ana uiiveuiencu iuui iie wouio
In the best hotel. No other line west of Chi
cago runs the compartment ears. In addi
tion, the tralnsate tqulpped with the rcgulm
open Pullman sleeper, giving passengers theli
choice The diking ear service Is lullyuptf
tho requirements ol modern railway service
Au excellent cuisine, promptly served amid
elegant surroundings, ai moderate charges,
leaves nothing now to be desired. Any of out
people con templailng a trip to any pai t ol tht
west or northwest cannot jrosslbly securr
better accommodations or lower lates lliar
by addressing W. P. Cooley, General A pent ol
the Passenger department, 830 ChestnutBL.
WHITE PEAK8 AND DARK CANONS.
Colorado Is a land of sharp contrasts, ol
brilliant lie hts, ol Intense shadows; a land
where lielghtB and depths make obvious the
moaning of the word antithesis; aland where
every mood In mind can and an nnsncrlng
mood In nature. The high, white minarets of
the mountains, fiom whoso slender pinnacles
lloat the wind-blown banner's Ol the snow, ap
peal with silent eloquence to tno lolly aspira
tions of the souh tho sombre chasms cleft bv
Titan forces through grnnlte-hearted bllfs
wllliln Hlioo depths dark shadows throne
and swirling torrents dashspeak to the heart,
a language that thrills, insplresnud nwes. It
docs not follow that thete glories ol whlto
peaks and those gloomsol dark canons pre
clude the pleasant intervals, tho sunny
meadows or the secluded nooks wherein the
tired mind or wearied body may nna peace
ful rest nnd rcluge from turmoil aud toil. To
one making a Journey In Colorado, New
Mexico or Utuli. or tazlng a transcontinental
tour from East to West, or ficetcrsu, the Den
ver and Itlo Grande liallroad oilers accom
modations equal In elegance.convenlonco and
luxury to llioso ol any oiuer lino wuu me an.
ded attractions of tho unrivalled scenery
along Its line, abounding In n magnificent
opulence of whlto peaks and dark canons,
'1 he month of November. 1890. witnessed one
of the most Important improvements In rail
road lacllltles that has yet been made In Col
orado nnd the West. The completion of the
standard gauge of the Denver and HloQrande
itaiiroaa irom ueuver, voioruuo, over me
mountains to Ogden, Utah, which five years
ago was deemed nn Impossibility, Is certainly
a triumph of daring and engineering skill.
The new Hue Is by the way of Leadvllle, tun
ncllnirTennesseoI'nss. threading the canons
of the Kagloand Orsnd Itlvers, giving a view
ol tho Mount of the Holy Cross, enroutc, tak
ing Its trains through Olenwood Springs and
down the Grand Klver to Qrnnd Junction,
thence to Salt Lake City, Ogden and San
Francisco, By this route one is given an op
ooriunltv to behold the maimllicencoof Kacle
lllver Canon nnd the marvelous beauty nnd
grandeur of tho Canon of the Qrnnd. Tho
overland tiain Is a model In every respect,
From the engine to the last first-class coach
everything Is bright and new, and of the
most elegant style of workmanship and
If nny reader desires to know more about
these stupendous works of nature, write to S.
K. Hooprr, General Passenger Agent, Denver,
Colorado, nnd he will send you, free ol cost.
elegantly Illustrated booss, giving a mil de
scription of the marvels of the "Scenic
Llno."-Btnnley Wood in tho "Oreat Divide."
A. grand or run.
The Missouri Pacific llallway Company an
running weekly two lines of personally con
ducted Pullman tourist sleeping car excur
sions to Calllornla points, One via tho Iron
Mountain route, the other via the Missouri
l'acltlo Colorado Short Line. This atlords th
tourist the choice of two routes over the lines
of the Missouri Pacific Hallway system, an
passing as they do through some of the most
Important sections of the West. The Colorado
Short Line route, is via "The Scenic Line ol
the World," and reveals some of the grandest
scenery of the Kocfcy Mountains, wh
Iron Mountain ronte passes through a region
of perpetual Bimshlne, with mild temperatnri
in winter wiuiout mgu uiuiuue. iubnh ex
cursions leave St. Louis via the Iron Monti
tain route every Tuesday night, ond leavt
Chicago via the Colorado Short Line rout
every Saturday noon, with through tourist
sleeping cars to all points In California. Id
connection with tins, remember that we art
also prepared to ticket parties to all polnU
southwest nnd west at the very lowest possi
ble raies, giving the passengers option of oc
cupying reservation In one of the tourist can
at a very small cost in addition to the ticket
rate, or In one of our palace reclining cars
lree. For further information write to or call
upon J. P. McCann, E. T. agent, No. 657
North Main street, Elmlra, N. Y., or No. 891
Uroodway, New York City, or to W. E. Itoyt,
general eastern passenger agent, no.
iroadwny, N ew York City.
Is nnd will ever bo tho
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Tntna in tVin Rldo. Ghost and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, Esq
Before you need to tray, oltala
mn-tl-t: OP CHARCE"
the valnible booki "Quldo to He alth," with
k indorsements of prominent phyeiclims. i
Prize Medals Awardedl
Knramherl-: EonitelQt Lolpilo.
50 Cents a bottle, For Salo by
X. I. I. ICIKTjTIV,
C. II. 1 1 A.C J IV J5UC1
sad other drugguti.
THE HIGH SCHOOL,
f Continued .fYoni First Page.
around us proper lnfluenrcs,und to instill In. o
our minds tho germs Of correct thought and
action, xney mvve tried to impress us wuu
the thought, that graduation is Indeed the
real commencement of our intellectual lives.
That as we Icavo the high schoc", the portals
ol the great school ol lilt are standing open
to receive us. And yet. many of our gradu
ates have tho mlstaaen iden, that 11 Is n sin
ual fur all study to cease,! un the contrary, It
should be regarded as the standpoint from
which we behold the temple of knowledge In
all its fair proportions, wherein we may enter
It wo so desire.
Progression Is ono of nature's laws and man
has n natural tendency foriictlvlly. Our body
rows, but lis growth is limited to tills world
Not so with the mind. That contluut-s to de
velop throughout all eternity. Itscapa-lly
for. ncnulsltlon Is unlimited, nnd the eujoj-
ment which It Imrarts. Is everlasting. Our
lives should demonstrate the tart that our
education consists not inert 1 in nccomnnsi
iiieuts serving to make us nur,cilve, butiuat
wo nio auie 10 iaae in me wiae range requireu
by the onrush of now methods nnn Inven
tions, nnd to exercise n pioper Inllueuce lor
The graduate should have a deener nnd
hi under iund of knowledge than that which
is uleaned f;om text-boons, liv d'lleentlv
pursuing n systematic course oi reauiug, our
II.11K11 may ue greany uupioveu.
We should remember, that wo are but ab
cedarlans, In the great book of knowl6dgo.
Wo have learned only n few of the signs by
which Its truth and beauties are Interpreted
Putting on the itarb of huiiillllv. let us work
tu nil earnestness and endeavor to carry out
tho work we have begun.
Let us conflim the Intention expressed in
Ttowlnff. not drlftltifi-.
Tho painful time lias now come when the
ties which have bound us together In class.
rciationsnip, must no teveiea. Leaving me
sehoolof books, we aro coins out luio lir
wide world, whero we must study lu tux.
tiarner scnooi 01 experience, iwwomiimvi
the lime stiont together In tho last. We forcet
all our rctly trials and vexation", and out,
mougiiiR reeri uniy toinose uappy perious,
In liehnlt of mv ehis-mntcs. I thank the
members of lhe School Hoard for the advant
ages and privileges which our excellent
scuools hnve afforded us. The sullrage ofthe
ptople confers no higher honor upon a body
of men than that which hns for us function,
the establishment nd losterlng of schools,
This, vou and vour nredecessors. have aoue
In n iimnuer that redounds to the honor and
glory of our town. No opportunity lor ud
vancing eoucaiiou in our nuaKi nas uecu
neirlectcd bv vou. Our earnest desire Is to
prove by our Allure ellorts, that wo are truly
grateful. To our superintendent nnd teacneril
weienaeroui warmest gramuae nua praisef.
now patient nna untiring in ineir cnonsi;
Instruct us. How ofteD. too.have they incou
veulcnced themselves so that ice might be
benentted. The rememoranco o: tue wormy
examples set by them tor our Imitation, will
be cnenanea long alter we nave lemnescuooi
room. And now. n woid to mv dear class
mates. Our school-work Is over, and our life
work commences. The world Is ours, howl
shall we meet It? Shall we not be deter
mined to do rlchl. thustlntlnceverv phase ol
fo a beautiful rose-color. So far our lives ba el
ieen intimately counecica, anu we aeugui. io
think or our class us a gomcu tnaiu,eacu
member a link, and each as Important as the
ntlior Tnoot ttir wa linvn pn,-nllnl erpd lhe
difllcultlesand shared In the pleasures of our
school-llfo. While our teachers were assldul
ousiy engxgea In forming the wnrp and woof
of our Intellectual and moral beings wo were
silently imbibing lessons of patriotism, from
that noble ensign, our nation's ling. Its
presence in the school room recall to our
minds the Illustrious men and women of our
country, who started lfe in n manner similar
to our own, nnd we resolved anew to press
forward. Hlnco the breaking or this chi.in is
inevitable, aLd tbe Unas must necessarily be
separated, let each ono orustako to heart
that sultablo quotation:
lie good, school-mates, and let who will be
Do noble things, not dream them all day
And so, make life, death, nnd that vast for
ever. One grand, sweet song.
Mr. S. A. Bcddall, Tresident ofthe
School Board, was then introduced. He
said: "We have beon amply entertained
by tho members of tho class of '01. They
I...ita nftatnArl tholr nmnr-t nml hnvn well
earned tho honors wo are about to confer
upon them. We, as a board pf education.
are well pleased with their work'during
tho paBt year. I know the cost of bringing1
tho schools up to tho present standard'ls
considerablo.butit is not above the average.
Tho cost for the past year has been ?S5,C00.
To tho class of '91 1 now have the pleasun
of presenting them with thoso diplomas.'
Mr. Beddall then mado tho presentation
rr.ESENTING THE DirLQUAU.
School Director Thomas Baird tpokc,
IIo said : "1 just want to say a few words
You will remember I said some time rro,
in my lecture, that I believed the Shenan
doah schools wero second to none. If 1
hrd my way I would call the High School
of Shenandoah tho collego of Schuylkill
county. I bolievo wo are second to nono,
and it Is a question in my mind if colORO
has better ditclplino and training -n tho
lllgh School of Shenandoah," '
Mr, V. J. Ferguson made a if address
in which ho thought the sch teachers
ought to bo bettor paid. Ho st'' thoy aro
not paid as much as laboring r for their
work. f'We havo at least 1,W People in
this thcatro. To Increase ow teachers'
salaries to rorsonablo figures wuld not be
more of an expenditure than H 'r ea,ch
porson horo to-night, I wish tf impross It
upon tho directors here to-night; not only
to appoint tho old corps bf tephers, but
also increase their salaries," : -
Tho exercises closed with the ioKing of
"Good Night" and benedlctlot by Kev.
Gruhler, after which "The ,Grabtown
Meeting," tho farcical dialogv " was re
peated by request.
The handsome furniture u d on tho
stage was loaned by Mr. J. J.tlffmey nrd
the piano used was from the w
Mr, J. 1 Williams.
Advcrtlso ia the Herald.
nnd lll ll.D ll TII1J WIIOLK HYSTIi.M TO PUHITCT HEALTH.
cucVvo'cXniooHoofl Podophyllin Pills
MEEDS NO LAUNDERING. OAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
The finest in tho interior of
tho State. Only available
health and pleasure grounds
in tno Anthracite
Tbe nnturnl attractions aud magnifi-
cent scenery of the place are un-
equalled, and a day of recrea v
i tion and pleasure may be
spent in it to advantage.
There is good fishing and
bntliiiiK iu tho twin lakes 111
surrounding tho grounds. Boat
houses will be built on the lakeside
and regattas will be frequent this season
For Sunday Schools, Lodges, &c,
(The grounds are most suitable for pic
t "r - "
m BCHUYLXILL DIVISION.-
On and after Abv. 24, 1890, (ratal u(ll lea
anenanaoan ai louowu
For Wleean. Gllberton. Vracsvllle. Meu
Castle, St. Clair, and way points, 8.00,
a m and 4.15 p m.
nunaays, euu, v.4u a m nna 3.1 u p m,
For FotUvllle, 6.00, Warn and 4. IS p m.
Bnndays, 600, 8.40 a m and 3.10 p m,
For Reading, 6.00, U.10 am and 4.15 pm.
Sundays, 600,8.40 a.m. and 3.10 pm.
iror roiuuown, i-noenixviue, womstowii
and fhlladelphla (Broad street station), 6.00,
iu It iu. ituu n.iij ii hi iv Den. uu)
Sundays, 600, 8.40 a m 3.10 p m
Trains leave Frackvllie lor Uhenandoah ai
10.40 am and 12.14, 7.42, 10,09 p m, Bnndays
11.13 a m and 5.40 p m.
Lieave 1'oiMvuie lor anenanaoan, lu.ia ano
11.18, a in 7.15, 9.42 p m, Sundays, 10.40 a ud
S.15 p m.
ijeave rnuaaeipnia (croaQ sireet station)
for 1'otUvllle aud Bhenandoab. 18.104.22.168 a no
2.10, 4.10 and 7.00 p m week days. Sunday OJS
am anai.iup, m.
f or w xors, .i.JJ, 4.uo, s.iu, o.x, o.w, 7,su
j.208.80, J.60, H.Wandll.l5am,12.UUnoon,(lLm
Ited express, 1.06 and 4.50 p m.) 12.44, 1.40, 2.80
J.20, 4, 6, 60.S0, 6.50 7.13 8.12 and 10.00 p m. 12.01
. u.. a nn t ne . tn e oe 0 .n d , n n.
tu nuuunia, o.u, ..im, i.w, oo, o.., o.ou, v,w.
a m. and 12.49, 8.20 (limited 4.50), 6.1M, 6,30, 6,
7.13 8.12 p m and 12.01 night.
For Hea Ulrt, Hprlng Liake, Bclmar,
urean urove, Asnury 1'arE, ana iong urancn
8.20, 11,15, a. ra, 4.00 p. m. week dayr roi
Freehold, 6.0 p. m. week days.
Ualtlmor" ana Washington. S.50. 7.20. 8.81
3.10, 10.20, 1 1,18 a m, 12.5 (fimlted express) 3.41
i.u D.m kuim.iu p. m., ana iz.ua nignt. io'
Baltimore- nly.2.02 4.1 1, 5 08 and li.ao p. m
OnHundays,8.eo,7.v, 8.llond 11.18 a. m. 4.41
b.ui, 7,.u p m. iz.uj nignt, jjait.'more oniy
5.08 and 11.80 p m.
For Klcbmond and tbe South 7.20 11.18 a. m
(Limited Kx press 12.35 p. m.,)12.03 nlgbt,week
unja. uwuwv.i ,rtv.iu,,,i,Miiiiiui,
Trains leave Harrlsbnrt for l'liifDurg and
the west every day at 12.23.suid 3.10 a m and
j.oo (limited) undS.40 p m. Way for Alteon.
4.15 a m and 4.10 p m every day.
For r'UUburg only, 1L20 t m dally juid lO.'A
i m week days.
Leave Banbury for 'Wlllassirt, Klmlra,
Canandalgua, KocheAtirutlaloand Niagara
ralls, 5.10 a m rtniy, and 1.43 pm " week days.
Tot VatKlmj 6.30 p m week days.
For irle and intermediate points, 6.10 a m.,
dally For Lock Haven, 6.10, and 9.53 a m.
inly. 1M and 5.80 p. in. week days. Foj
.'-enova 6.10 a m 1,43 and 6,34 p m week days,
1.10 a. m Sundays.
'MAS. K. rOUU, J. B.WOOO,
Hen Mr-n'r ' (Jen. Pass.Agt
Tlip fiimous firm of OCULISTS and OPIICIASS
Havo arranged to send ono of tuclr
SlKciulut. on tbe U1K
Saturday, June 6th, 1891.
He will be nt tho
frnm R-.TA ft. Til. tflfi II. m.
Those whose eyes are causing discomfort
should call upon our Specialist, and they will
receive intelligent- uuu bkiiuui huvuuvu-
CTTDEEJIJSr cfcr CO.,
5-29-eod id) 924 Cheitsut St., PHILADELPHIA,
CLHA11 THE COMPLEXION,
HUIGIITHN THIS KVES,
HV1!KTI:N Till! UltKATn,
TONII THE STOMACIT,
imniJIiATR Tltt! T.IVIJ1I A Nil imwr-iu
COLLAR or CUFF
CAN BE RELIED ON
to Xiis.cooai 2
BEAR' THIS MARK.
Summer Resort, Pic-nic
, and Pleasure Grounds
T AKESIDE (East Mananoy Junction) mltf
w way between Mananoy City and Tamn
qua, now managed by a new stock com
pnny, will be open to tho public within nlefl
weeits, huu uaies can now be secured. A
number of societies have already been booke-1
and others wishing desirable dates should
make application without delay.
Under the now management many improvo- i
mciiw win uu ujuut, some oi mem oeiug now
under way, that will make it the plc-nloand
pleasure grounds of the region.
A large dancing pavllllon nnd a trotting
park are among the new additions. The best!
horses in the State will be secured to run or
- nics and outings,
For dntes and
call on or address,
O. A. KEIM, Excursion Manager,
Williams d' Bro.
Wash H tends,
J. P. Williams & Bro.
WATER OF LIFE.
wly discovered MINERAL WATER,
s of which will supply important ele
necessnry to health. It will curo the
ments necessary to health. It will curo the
Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, and all Bowel and
Bladder diseases. It will dissolve calculi and
remove them. It removes tbe urlo acid from
the blood and thus destrnv. Klnlnrin nii
Chills. It cures Brlgbt'a disease, and Is es-
neclally recommended for people advanced In
life, and for general debility. For undoubted
proofs of this send lor
ir iiuuipuiei civinir mil
na.llnnlnra in 1 If I
l'Kltliv, water ol-Ule
Co., 81 Bouliilain uUf WUkei-Barro, Po,
Philadolphia and Beading fiailroadi 1
TU !... i i If.... f li4 '
ruinie wvsv cnirviWTiniii lernimtno '
IIUUUU bliUILI UUHllIlllUUilll ill! I UIjLUITi)
Vat New York via Phlladelnhm. week ,iuv!
2. 0 5.25, 7.2U n. m. and 12 85 i.EO and SM
i. m. nunaay z.iu ana j.m a. m. For New
("or, via Mauch Chunk, week dnys, 5.as,
,20, a. m. and 12.35 and 2.0p. m.
Kor Heading and Phlladelp
id Fbllndelphla week days,
m., 1Z 2.S0 aud 6.55 p!m.
2.10, 6.25, 7.20, a,
iu. a.j. 7.1-u. a. m.. lza-
-junday, 2.10 aud 7.48 a. m,
;or HarrUburg, week days, 2.10,7.20 a. m,i
',10, 0.55 p.
Kor ARentown, week days, 7.20 m., 12.35
J 0 p. m.
ifor l'ottsvllle, week days, 2,10, 7,SM,. mi,
2.31 20 and 0.65 p.m. Sunday, 2.10 and 7.U
For Tamaqua nnd Mahanoy City, weok
lays, 2.10, 5.2S, 7.20, a, m., 12.35 2.C0 and 5.66
J. in. Sunday, 2.10 and 7.43 a.m. Additional
lor Mahanoy City, week days 7.00 p. m,
For Lancaster and Columbia, week days. ,
'.son. m.. 2.E0 p. ni. ' "
For Wllllamsport, Bunbury and Lewtsburg,
week days. 8.2;, 7.20 and 11.8) a.m., 1,35. 7,00
o. m. Sunday 3:2 i. m.
For Mahanoy Jt'lane, week days, 2 10 8.2S.
.26.7.20 and 11.30 a. m.. 12.36. l it-,. .so. r ijs
,.w uuu o.m,, p, m. ounuay, u.iu, u a ana 7,48
a. m. ,!' p. ru.
For QlrRrdville (Rappahannock Htatlon)
"-k days, 2.H.S 8.25, 5.25, 7.2U and ll.Jua. m
I5JI), 1 35, i.W, 5,56, 7.00 undtf.25. p, m. Sunday,
frmi 9 7. ill u'. m m
iaor Ashland and 'bhamotrln, week dfi!
S, 5.25, 7.20, 11.3H a. m., 1 ai, 7.00 and!!l
m. eunoay s, a. in., s.uo p. m.
THAI 1IH fc'HH MI113IVA Ml ,n AIT".
'leave New York via Philadelphia', week
lays, 7.15 a. m 1.80, 4.00, 7.30 1'. m 12.19
dllgnt. Sunday, 0.00 p. in.. 12.15 night.
Leave New York via Mauch Cliunk, weok I
-Jays. 4.30. 8.45 a. m 1.00 and 1.0J n. m.
Leave Jfhlledelphu, wees days, 4.10, nnd 1
tndCallowhilland8.35a. m. and 11.30 p. m.
from 8th ano ireeti streets. Sunday V.03 a. i
m. 11. SO p. m. from Vtu ano ureo, 1
l.ve Ktadlng. week days. 1 3". 7.ln. lo.t"
Leave 1'otUvUle, week days, 2.10,7.40 a. m.,
iuvj, 0.11 p. m. nunaay, i:. iu a, m. ana 2.05
. Leave Tamaqua, week days, 8.20. 8.48 and
i. in. and 2.50 p. in, j,
arC II dT. m 1 M 1 At nml U AA r. n Unv,-
r i ., - ... ,n ..a
DMW. 0J. llriiU H. JU..I.VD. .UU. a W. DD...D.. 1111
$41. p.m. f
ucuy a uinimviiiH i iuiddjliikiiikhtk nuiLinn
weeK aaySjj z.47, 4.07, 6.3a, ana 9.41 a. m., 12.0
4.27. S.Sfl. m. 3.41 n. m ' ' '
Xave Wllliamsnbrt. week days. 3.00,9. 13 ano
& nonrin utaHnn Dltlln4n1 .-.V. in l A, U U 1
vuuo ai.vi. uiiauvi tuin. , . us, iw. , i .
us iiiui Dui uuu a it 1 ia, uiii i.tn. u.ixj uli
u. ui oiiiivmy , i.ig o,j i,i u. IU.. .
oo ana .p. 111,
ATJLANTIO CITY DIVISION.
uia ooaia mreet w nan.
For Atlantic Cltv.
Nation. 8.00 a. m. and 4.80 o. m.
3. ill Liu uuu AiiLuutui Rvouueu, w eeiL-uav
Express. 7.30. 9.00. a. m
and 4.00, p,
Accommodation, 6.00, 8.05 a,
mi n. m.
. Sundays. Express, 4.00 p. m,
ton, a. m. ana ..sup. m.
. O. a. HANCOCK, aen'l Pass'r Ael
A. MCLEOD. Frea. & Gen'l Manager, ,
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
MAY 10, 1891
Rauaua. Aiieniown. iietnif neni. hMim.
lKLiUliauu xuiD,UIWllt ,1V, !7VO Os U4
i ror rjeivmere,. uemwure wuier uap an
Dirtjuusuurg iito.ii, a. m,. ana o.iup. m,
Vnn r n.ilif.fvll. nil nVflntn.. It IW
tr- ui iiMiiouqu, ii iittco-LHtiio tiiiu in
l ion 6,47 .U9 n. m.( s.iu ana azti p. m.
P.i.m.. ... M
1.11 IN n m niirl F. "I n tn 1
i cunira. itocnesior. liunaio. jn 19 tram wai
uuiumu uuu tin uuiuui r i:al hl a.im i. 1 1 1 h.
For Jtiraira ana inn wpri v ftNn nmnnnn. n
8.10 n. m.
V. AnanHMl Tln-rlotnn BtnnTrtnr,
aivn ii. in. ,
Knr HnrlA Krnnlr. .Tpnrtn llrlflnn nnrt HVan.
IHUU Ub a.l. t.tU HUU B.UO U. 111.. B.lll II n
U.U U. HI.
ff.iu p. in.
m iKLtuio, iiiiuci iuu uiiu f rauikvilltj n
f. nit nOKj. K n m onni I n rv H
lit ItIV, D.W, IU, - Ul., 1MM, O.IU, U.4.U, O.Wi OUI
id 10.27 d. m. a'
For Lost Creek. 31rardvllle and Afhmna.
, '77. lAH-HS'S. III If. n m 1 IUI 1 ll. .Ill H.
8.08 and 9.11 r. m.
mnrpji. .hi. H.im. ni-na m . it... rzjiz. h.iii. n 'zn nil
put tut vtu nun. uenLniiiH.. jiil. LunoBi uu
and 8.03 p. in.
Train, imva Hhnmntrln fAi Khnnnnnnfl
at anenanaoan, v.va a. m., izjz, is.iu, o.ai
For New Castle. St. Clair and PottsvlMU
660, 8.00, 9.80 a . m., 2.45 p. m. W
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delaniu
or uoity, Auaennea ana nuiieion, mm
& m., 1:40 p. m: t9
For Mauch Chunk. Leblghton, SlatlngtUB'
Catasauqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, KasUM.
and New York, 8.00 a. m., 1.40 p. m: JM
j ur ruuuueipma, i.iu p; m. im
u.li.isiia UH1JN , 2
Gen'l Pass. Airt.. BetblehenS
Atonoo the newest; oldes
purifier known. 200 yen
years' test inthls countr-
In the cure ol skin dlw rtftp sis
BeSe?lBNo(i'neasl"-e. "'so Put up In
Solo Cent Packages
jSCCHINI & BR0,'S;
(V OENTRK STREET,
6rt, The Hatter,
es an extraordlnarj' line of
Ol" " " furnishing Coodt
fti with tbrtAiiderBon Capa
Tr iiU)winija cola , ,., ..
hs zuall. lMar,li