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The Evening Herald.
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H, C. BOYEB, Editor and Publisher,
W. J. WATHNS, Local Editor.
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Washington, Juno 10. For Now ringtail
light showers! warmer In tho Interior! stn
tionary tomporuturo on tho ooasts easterly
For Eastern New York anil Now .Tcrsoyi
Light showers; stationary temperature on tin
coast; warmer In tho Interior! easterly wlnda
For Western Now York ami Wostorn
Pennsylvania! Light showers) stationary tonv
peruture; easterly winds.
NEW YOUK MAllKKTS.
New Yonrc, Juno 18. Money on cull loaned
easy at 814 and 11 :r cent.
lt IfiOl TlM 100
4 Us, ism roup ioo
4 s, 1007 lies HOW
6, 1K07 Coup 1181
Canadian Paelflo 73)4
Central Pacific 01
Chicago, Ilur. & (iulnoy....... SMI
Delaware & Hudson 1M
Del., Luck. As Wefctorn 13.5U
Brio prof CO
New Jersey Central...
PaciUe Man uuw
Hock Island 7211
Rt. l'aul OiVi
Union Pacific uU
Western Union BOJj
Wheat 101M 101M
Corn U4t3 J
Butter In more demand and steady.
orn extras, inc.
Cheese - Quiet, State, factory, now,
cream, onoiro wmn, o?tc.
Ejfgs Quiot. Ptato frosh, IT O.O1T&0.
tresieru ii'uali. 10Mi.17o.
To Nervous, Debilitated Mon.
11 you send us your addreex, we vill
mail you our illustrated pamphlet nxplsin
in all about Dr. Dyo'e Uelobrnted Klettro
Voltaio Belt and Appliances, and their
nharminff oflects upon the nervous d
hilltated system, and how they will quickly
reeloro you to vigor, and manhood. Pamph
let free. If you ara thus afflicted, we will
tend you a Bolt and Appliances on a trial.
voltaic Beiv Co.. Marshall. Mich.
Tho warm weather keeps tho ice doalors
busy supplying tho demand for ico.
Office or J. SI. 11, ItoiiNfON.n9 E-st 190th st 1
Residence, '85 E,nt 111 s'reet. f
Nkw Yobk, January 31, 1800
Alva's Brazilian Specific Co.- Geuiienen .
Having suflerert for the paRt two years with
rheumatism, Indigent on, snro throat, audit
complete breaking down of my whole system.
1 was Induced (alter treating with several
prominent doctors) to try tho Cactut, Blood
Cure, which I contlm cd to uso for about
thirty days, Unco which time I have been en
tirely tree from the nbnvr mentioned .roubles,
and have more ambition today than any
time In tho past four yeais. 1 can henrtlly
recommend the biiine in nuy one hnvlnc the
same troubles. .1. M. 11. KOHINHON.
Bold at Klrlln's Drug Bt jro.Kereusou Homo
Pantaloons aro worn loni; now. That's
very truo. Sometimes for three years.
Hold It to tho Light.
Tho man who tolls you confidentially
ust what will cure your cold is prescribing
Kemp's Baleom this year. In tho prep
aration of this roroarkablo medicino for
coughs and colds no exponso is spared to
combino only tho best and purest ingredi
onts. Hold a bottle of Kemp's Balsam to
tho light and look through It; notlco tho
bright, clear look; thon compare with
other remedies. Pnoo 00a. and Jl
Tho cabbugo crop of '91 is pretty well sot.
Boolry Mountain Ouro.
Tho druggists claim that people call
daily for tho now euro for constipation and
sick headache, dlecovoted by Dr. Silas
Lano while in tho Kocky Mountains. It is
said to bo Oregon grape root (u great
romedy in tho far Wost for thosofcom
plaints) combined with simple herbs, and is
mado for uso by pouring on boiling water
to draw out the strength. It sells at 50
cents a package and is tailed Lane's
Family Medic mo,
Tho bicycla is more popular than ovor.
Shlloh's Consumption Ouro.
This la beyond question the most nuo.
cesfclul Cough Medicine we have ever sold,
a lew doses Invariably euro the woiht cases ol
Coo2h, Oruup, and Bronchitis, while Its won
derml sucees In the cure of Consumption is
without a parallel In the History or medicine.
Hliice It's rlrst discovery it has been told on a
guarantee, a left which no otner medicine
can slaud. Ii you have a CoukIi we earnestly
Ritk you to try H. Price lOceuts.SOctnls, and
11.10. If your Langs are core. Chest or ilank
lame, use Bhlloh's Porous Plaster. Sold Uv
C U. Hagenbuch, N. K. corner Main and
There it a run now on ihort hair cuts.
Mllea' iNerva and Liver Pllla
Aot on a new principle-regulating the
liver, ktomaoh and bowel tlit,uoh tlw ami
A uew dikoovery. Dr. Mile' lllhi siieedlly
ouie bllloiMiieNi, bad tattle, turpld liver, piles,
constipation. Unequaled lor men, women,
oblldrcn. Bmalleal, wlliet,urtl o'doi-es,
85eU. Hamples Free, at c. II. Haneubuch's
The milk shake
busy these days.
and tod a fountains are
The Greatest Strike.
Among the great strikes that of Dr. Miles
In discovering his N. w Hear, Cure has
proven luwir tu buoneot tho most ImiKirtaiit.
The demand for it has hemt, e astonishing.
Already the treutmeut i heart illfawi Is be
ing revtduUontMd, and many u. tixixcted
cures etlM!ied. Itnoou rill.'o shmt breath,
llulleri g, pains iujii'le, anil, bhoulder, weaK
and luiugry sptd,s, oppression, swelling of
ruk'.k. stnoiUerlng ai d eiirt urotwy. Hr,
Milo 1 luik nn Heart and N nous DitenK's
Irce. '1 lie ut, equaled New Henri Cure Is sold
un" niui.anieed by c. II UiiKeiihurh,thediui.'.
Kl"t, .!- his Helorailvi; Nervlue lor head
in In , tl -preen, hot Uiwhcs, utrvous cuilli,
CipJUIll liHbfl, etc,
Muw on wn bay pcr uuieo tho nlr.
Elntno poodalo, tho Poetess, Slarrto ft
Full-Ulooded Sioux Indian.
New York, Juno 10, Thoro hns been
no raoro Interesting wedding this soason
than that of Miss Klnino Qoodnlo, poetess
and authoress, to Dr. Charles A. East
man, medical inspector of Pino Rldce
Agency and a full-blooded Sioux Indian.
The ceremony wa? simple and lmpres
slvo and was witnessed by a lnrgo crowd
at tho Church of tho Ascension.
Dr. Eastinan Is a man of education and
retlnomont. Ho is 30 years of ago. Ills
Indian origin Is shown in his dnrk com'
ploxlon, dark straight hnlr and high
cheok bones. Uo Is tho Government physi
cian at Pino IMdgo Agency. Ho was edu
cated at Ilololt Col lego, Michigan, and at
Dartmouth Collego, from which ho was
graduated with honors, being class orator
In tho class of '87. Uo afterward studied
medlclno In Boston, and ho was this year
nppointed tho physician at Pine Hidgo.
Of Miss Qoodnlo much might bo said.
Sho is a dautrhter of Mr. Houry Sterl
ing Qoodalc, and sho was boru on her
father's ostoto In DorkBhlro county, Mnss.
Sho is tall, with a face singularly beauti
ful, denoting great strength of Intellect
and character. Her mother wav M!s
Dorn Head, after whose family tho town
of Reading, Conn., was named. Miss
Qoodalo or rather Mrs. Eastman, has
dark eyes, regular features, chestnut hair
and engaging manner. In such works
as "In Berkshire with Wild Flower."
and "The Journal of a Fanner's
Daughter" Mtsa Ooodale has made her
Dr. Eastman's Indian nnmo, Ohylosa,
means "Tho Winner."
Tho nowly-wedded couple loft for a tour
through tho New Eugland States, after
which they will tako up their residence
in 1'lne ludgo.
A DANGEROUS WOMAN,
Is Arrestfd for Stealing mid !
Churuud With Murder and Arfton.
Ncwnuuou, N. Y., June 19. A woman
named Halliday is under arrest here
churgod with stealing a surrey, team of
horses and harness.
It Is alleged by her husband that a
few weeks since she set Are to the houso
during his absence, burning to death her
son. Later tho barn on tho premises
was also buruod.
The man is 02 years of ago and the
woman 25. Mr. and Mrs. Halliday ro
alde iu Sullivan County. The woman
acts us though lnsauo.
It don t do to neglect nature's wurnluc
aches through the sv6tem, cause Rheuma
tism, N'tunilgla and Backache. Try lied flag
(in. tne rainnus liiiu (jure, cents it wur
Un'rt drug hkire
The vestlbuled compartment sleeping car
recently introauceu on tue uuicugo, ut, i'uu
and Kansas City ltallway aro models ol com
fort, conveulmco and luxury. Any patron o'
the sleeping car Is enabled, by tho lutroduc
Hon of ibese compartment cars, to secure thi
same privacy and onveulenco that ho woulr
in the best hotel. No other Hue west of Chi
caeo runs the compartment cars. In uddl
tlon, the trains nro equipped w'th tho roguUi
open Pullman sleeper, giving pas6on,iers then
cnoice. riie ui .ing car service is luuy up u
the reoulrements ol modern rallwav Fervlcr
An excellent cuisine, promptly served amid
elegant surroundings, at moderate charge!.
leaves uotning now to be neiirea. Any or out
people contemplating a trip to any part of tb
west or northwest cannot josslbly securr
belter accommodations or lower rates that
by addressing W. P. Cooley, General Agent ol
me i-assenger aeparimeni, bm uuc&inumi.
WIIITK fEAKS AND DADK CANONS.
Colorado is n land of Miarp contrasts, ol
brilliant Itslits, ol Intense thadews; a land
where heights and depths make obvious the
meaning of the nord antithesis; a land where
every mooa in mina can una an answering
mood In nature. The high, white minarets of
tho mountains, from whose Blender pinnacles
float the wind-blown ban ners oi the snow, ap
iieal with silent eloquence to the lolty nsplra
lions of the soul; tho sombre chasms cleft by
Titan forces through granite-hearted bills
wlihln whoso depths dark shadows throng
nud swirling torrents daBhspeak to the heart,
a language that thrills, Inspires and awes. It
docs not follow that tli,o glories ol white
peaks and those glooms of dark canons pre
clude the pleaimt Intervals, the sunny
meadows or tho secluded nooks wherein the
tired mind or wearied boly may and peace
fill rest and reluge fiom turmoil and tolL To
one making a Journey in Coloiado, New
Aiezico or Utah, or tas ing a transcontinental
tour Irom East to West, or Wee verm, the Den
ver and Klo Grande Kallroad otters accom
modsttons equal In elegance.convenlenoe and
luxury to those of auy other line with the ad
ded utli actions of the unrivalled scenery
along Us line, abounding In a magnificent
opulence of white peaks and dark canons.
T he month of November, 18D0, witnessed one
oi tue moBi important improvements in rait
road facilities that bas vet been made In (?nl.
orado and the West, The completion of the
standard gauge of the Denver and IlIoQrande
Kallroad irom Denver, Colorado, over lhe
mountains to ugaen, utan, wnicu nve years
ago was deemed an Impossibility, Is certainly
a triumph of daring and engineering skill.
The new line Is by the wav ol Leadvlllo. tun.
noting Tennessee Pass, threading the canons
of tho Kaglo and Grand Itlvers, giving a view
oi tue itiounioi mo rimy (jrose, eurcute, utR.
lug Its trains through Gleuwood Bprlngsand
Hr,,i.n l,a llmnri Wli.at, in flro A Tnn,nn
thence to Halt Ijike City, Ogden and Bau
Kninclfco. By this route one Is given an op.
port unity to behold the magnltlcence of Eagle
Hlver Canon and the marvelous ceauty and
grandeur ol the Canon of the Grand. The
overland tinln Is a model In every respect.
From the engine to the last first-class coach
everything Is bright and new, and of the
jj1 elegant style of workmanship and
If any reader desires to know more about
tnese nupenaous works or nature, write toB,
11. Hooprr, General Pafeseuger Agent, Denver,
Uolorudo. nud ho will bend you. Irce ol cost.
elegantly Illustrated boons, giving a full de
scription of the marvels of the Bcenlo
iiiuo. "-Blarney wood in tne "Great Divide.
Ifl and will ever bo tho
FriMti TnRnanoa. Tlnnlrrtnlih.
TJaina in t-Vio Rt.ln. fill (HI, findl
I Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &o
Before you aeesl to tny, ogttia
Kt-rovv ni' ruflnr.P -Si
.the valtiaDle booki "OnlJe to Health," wHAj
endoneueate of p rommtat paysioiuis, M
Prize Medals Awarded!
fJGaroppiu Houses BoduliUdt,Lor;3on
V'e'.ua, Prague, Butteidara, Oltsn,
1 50 Oent3 o bottle, For Bulo by j
i- i-. ij, i ici4irif
i.C. II. IIAi.i ..iKTJCII,,
bMFN .Ut'OAH PA.,
AMONG THE KAFFIRS.
gnme Strnngo Rights Among a Pnvairo
In roturnlnrr from Kllpdam to IVotorln
In south Africa I saw a grout many
jtrango slirhts runonff ICnlHr tribes In
this section of tho country. In passing
along tho roaiU you wUl find nt Intoi
vrtlB a Bavngo head gnzlng nt you with
eyes of death. An Inquiry dovclopcd
tiio facts that this Is their mode- of
burying their doatl, writes a correspon
dent of tho Atlanta Constitution, Their
custom is to placo tho bodr In a sitting
posturo, covering nil hut tho head with
earth, and providing tho corpse with a
pan of monlio meal (corn moal) and a
vessel of water, so that tho spirit wul
rest In pcaco and not haunt tho sur
vivors. Those burial places aro near a public
road, so that when tho resurrection
comes they will bo ready to Jump up
Immediately una follow tho ungels
along tho road without tho danger of
getting left behind or lost. Tho Kaffirs
bolievo In a future btato of existence,
not only for tho soul, but also for tho
body. This belief Is strangely similar
to that of Christian tradition. How It
got Into tho Kaffir religion is not known,
but it la ono of their most ancient and
strongest traditions. When a head of a
family dies his hut with all his personal
belongings la abandoned, the Idea
prevailing that tho spirit of tho dead
haunts his former abode. In caso of
sudden death in tho tribe It Is often at
tributed to tho influence of a witch, and
on application to tho relatives, which is
always mado, an investigation la made
to discover tho ono who has caused tho
midden domlso. Tho "lunzn amanzl,"
or evil doctor, is tho presiding genlns.
Tils modus operandi Is to assemble all
tho Buspoctod parties around a flat ves
sel oi water, into which Ihoy look, ono
n; a thno, their features being fully re
flected in tho water. When tho guilty
ono's turn comes a ripplo la seon to pass
over tho water. Of course, this ripplo
Is produced by a triolt of the lunza
amanzl, and Is generally enacted when
one whom ho has a grudgo against
looks Into tho wateft Tho unfortunate
individual Is then handed ovor to tho
tender rcorcloa of tho infuriated rela
tive, who malre short work of putting
him whero ho can do no more harm. Tho
spirit of tho departed, knowing that his
death has been avenged, then retrts In
The Kaffirs, without exception, uso
tobacco, which grows here profusely,
and of a very Uno quality. Men, women
and children uso snuff, which they mnko
from tobacco rulxod with ashes. They
carry their snufl boxes, a long cyllndor
shapod tube, In a slit mado in tho lobe
of tho car. Their pipes aro curious
aHalr3. A cow's horn is secured, into
which thoy Insert diagonally a stem,
and on this they afiht a bowl for tho to
bacco. Tho horn Is then filled with
water and smoke, and water drawn Into
tho mouth. Tho former is Inhaled or
ejected through tho noso and tho water
spat out. This performance la accom
panied with much coughing and chatter
ing and singing the prulsea of their
chief, nation, god and employer; tho
latter does not-altvays corns In for un
KEEPING HOUSE IN INDIA.
Nono ef the Dlffloultles Which Deset
Tho ordinary Anglo-Indian house
keeper knows nothing of the difficulties
which beset her American sister. Her
prh, compared to that of tho latter,
and notwithstanding tho dUHcultlos of
climate which surround her, Is an easy
one. In fact, few women who havo
spent much of their lives In India know
unything about housekeeping as Amer
icans understand It. There, at least, la
'no lack of help; natlvo servants swarm
ittll ovor tho country, as each branch of
'work necessitates a special one, every
household has a largo staff of its own,
says Oood Housekeeping. As a rule,
tho natives hnvo a lofty disregard Of
truth, and sometimes And it difficult to
distinguish between mine and thine,
but in other respects they mako capa
ble and obliging servants, and tho but
ler or head Bervant being rcsponslhlo
for all those under him, tho mistress
"has comparatively little to do with them.
KOno of them reeelvo largo wages, a
more plttanco, according to our Ideas;
'and as thoy would lose caste were thoy
to eat of food prepared for white peo
ple, they always board themselves In
their own quarters, which aro at a re
spectful distance from their master's,
and altogether distinct.
The cook In on Anglo-Indian estab
lishment la a person of considerable Im
portance, though ho receives but a few
rupees a month for his services, and
can bo trusted to send up a well cooked
and appetizing meal, without any intci
f erenco whatever on tho part of his mis
tress. Ho la not only up in culinary
loro himself, but ho can follow out,
often with certain improvements of hla
own, any recipe given him, no matter
how complicated; indeed, ho is very
proud to learn an entirely new ono, and
once learned will guard It as his own,
leulously, being most unwilling to 1m
part his knowledge to others. Ho Is
blow, however, to adopt new-fashioned
cooking utensils. If tho mistress pre
sents him with anything In that line, he
will accept it with apparent gratifica
tion, but will put it quietly asldo and
make no further uso of it, and when
remonstrated with on tho subject will
say; "It was not tho custom of my
f uther.' For tho sake of her appotlte,
however, the mistress Is soldom desir
ous of going near the kitchen, and cer
tainly whero it is concerned, tho loss
sho knows of what goes on there, tho
Hold un Kaglo for a Turkey,
An east Nashville (Tenn.) negro, who
sells poultry for a living, recently found
himself without any stock In trade and
minus tho money to buy more. He had
an old gray eagle, though, which ho
had received from his former master nt
tho closo of tho war, and this ho de
termined to kill and sell as a turkey, do'
spite tho fact that it was kuowu to bo
about forty years of ago. Ho killed tho
bird of freedom, sold it for a turkey, und
waB arrested by tho Irate purchaser,
who had cooked and vainly tried to eat
mo national hira.
f Are Yi0 Nervous?
- Next to blood, kidney nnd llvor affile-
S tlons, nervousness nnd nervo Irregularis
tics nro the most common.
S Within tho last twenty-flvo years tho
number of nervous diseases hns. In-
5 creased largely, and the medical frntor-
S nlty have given them a groat deal of
jj As to tho causes of nervous nfTcctlons,
; their name Is legion ; high living, dlssl-
S potion, Irregularities of diet, late hours,
; overwork! great BrtofJ thi hlgh-presauro
; mode of life, with its coascloss round of
Z activity nnd oxcrtlotf, calllhg for ton-
stnntoxpendlturoof norvo force, nil tend
5 to depress and oxhaust tho nervous sys-
S torn. Thomcrchnntsbcndforhoursovcr
their books, or ore whirled nt lightning
epeed over a country unknown to their
fathers; tho student burns ftvely tho
"midnight oil," whllo tho housewife, In
her efforts to keep pace with tho require
ments of modern society, calls Into no
tlve play every fibre of tho nervo system.
What is tho result? All over tho land
medical men aro battling with nervous
dyspepsia, nervous headache, nervous
weakness nnd In many cases wltrt gene
ral nervous prostration, oftentimes de
veloping Into paralysis.
To regain health you must correct all
that Is wrcng In tho norvo centres, and
then all the various troubles arising from
their diseased oondltlon will disappear.
In Brown's Sarsaparllla you havo a
nervo tonlo and nervo food which Bttp
pMestho waste tissues. Hememberthat
it nil Tlriinrrtita l.rtA a
DON'T take Something eho "Just u3 good," IT ID NOT.
t Aha Wabren & Co., Folo Proprletors,Bangor, Me.
As n Flertsnnt nnd II M -jjj ,
ituu uuiuu .III. ,T1(JJJJC.
CUectivo Cathortlo use j
every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF
J" ' a THAT CAN BE RELIED ON
HEEDS UO LAUNDERINQ. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET.
On and after JVow. 24, 1830, (rcrtni uiUJ feat
Shenandoah as follows:
For Wlggan, Ollberton, Fracttville, Nen
Castle, Bt. Clair, and way points, e,tw, .L
a m and 4.15 p m,
Uundays, 600, WO am and 8,1 Op m.
For Poltsvllle, 6.00, V.io am ana 1.15 pm,
Sundays. 600, if. 40 a m and .10 p m,
For Heading, 6.00, U.io a in and 4.15 pm.
HandayB, 600, 9.40 a. m. and 8.10 pm.
For PottBtown, Phoenucvtlle, fJorrlstom
and Philadelphia (Broad street station), 6,00,
-l.lt) a m. and 4.15 p m week: days
Bundays, 600, 0.40 a m 8.10 p m
Trains leave Frackvlhe lor Shenandoah a
10.40 am and 12.14, 7.12,10,00 pm. Sundays
11.13 a m and 5.40 p m.
Leave Pottsvllle lor Shenandoah, 10,15 ant
11.48, a m 7.15, DM p m. Sundays, 10.40 a tr.
5.15 p m.
t,eave Philadelphia (Broad street station)
for Pottsvllle and Shenandoah, 6.67,10.25 a re
2.10, 4 JO and 7.00 p rn week days. Sunday 93t
am and 1.10 p.m.
For w York. 3.S0, 4,06, 4.40, 6.85, 6.50, 7.80
J.50, ll.O0anail.l5am,12.O0 noon, (Urn
Ited express, 1.00 and 4.50 p m.) 12.44, 1,40, 2.30
9.20, 1,6,0, 6.80, 6.50 7.18 S.U and 10.00 p m, 12.01
night. ' 1
Un Sundays, 3.20, 4.05, 4.40, 6.85, 8.12, e,W, B.6U
a m. und 12.40, 8,20 (limited 4.50), 5.28, 0.80, ,
7,13 8.U p m and 12.01 night.
For Sea tllrt, Spring JLae, Belmar,
Ocean Grove, Asbury Park, and Long Krancfc
8.20, 11,15, a, m, 4.00 p. in. week dayr F01
Freehold, 6.0 p. m. week days.
Balllmor.- and Washington, 8.50, 7.20, 8,31
910, 10.20, )Uba m, 12.S (fimlted express) 8.H
4 41 6.7 anr7.40 p. m., and 12.03 night. Fo
Haltlmore. niy 'J.02, 4.1 1, 5 03 and u'dO p. m
On Snndays, 8.60, 7.20, 0.lliand 11. IK a. m. 4.41
6.57, 7.40 p m. 12.03 night. Baltimore only
5.08 and 11 .SOpm.
For Richmond and the South 7.2011.18 a. rn.,
(Limited Express 12.35 p. m.,)12.03 night, week,
days. Sundays, 7.20 a. rn 12.03 night.
Trains leava Harrlsbnrc for PiitsDurg and
the west every day itt 12.25 and 3.10 a in and
3.00 (.limited) and 8.40 p m. Way for Alloona,
4.16 a m and 4.10 p ru every day.
For Pittsburg only, 11.20 a m dally and 19,20
i m week days.
Leave sunbnry lor Wllllamsport, Klmlra.
anandalgua, Rochester, BuBaloandWlatai
Kails, 6.10 a m daily, and 1.43 pm week days
For VRtk Ins, 6.30 j ra week dayB.
For Erie and Intermediate points, 6.10 a m.
dally. For lock ilaven, 5.10, and 0.53 a m
dally, l.si and 6.80 p. m. week days, F
Kenova 6.10 a m 1,18 and 6,30 p m weak days,
1.10 a. ax Sundays.
"HAS. R riTOH. I. R, WOOD,
n. Pims Art
ILMINUTON ft NORTHERN It. R.
1me table tn ertal Mnu. 10. IfiDl.
Trains leave Heading (P. it R. station) for
Gibraltar, Sejferl, Blratboro, Joanna, Spring
field, Vayuet,burg Junction, Coatcsvllle.Weat
Chefctcr.Chadnford J unction, B. O. Junction,
Wlliulugtun and Intermediate stations, dally
except bunday, at 0.25 and K.S0 a.m. and 3.15
p. m, Kunday only at 8.05 p. m.
For Warwick, HUPeters and Intermediate
statlons.dally except Sunday, at 9.20 a.m., and
6.111 p. m. sncday only 8.16 a. m.
For Blrdeboro and Intermediate stations,
Saturday only, at 12 m.
For Baltimore aud Washington (B. O. H,
R.) dally except Sunday at0.2Snnd 8.30 a. ru.
and 8,15 p. m. bunday only at 3 05 p. m.
Trains arrive al Heading (P. a It. ttatlon)
from Wilmington, B. & O. Junction, Mont
chanln,Chaddsloid Junction, West Chester,
Lenape. Coatesvllle, WayiiesburB Junction,
Hpr!ngneld,Joanna,Birdsboro, aibraltar, Bey
fen and Intermediate stations, dally except
Sunday at 10.20 a. ra. 6.K and 8.17 p. m. Sua,
day only at 11.24 a. m.
From St. Peters, Warwick nnd Intermediate
Btatlons, daily except Sunday, at 8.23 a. m.
and 2.25 p.m. Sunanyonlyat6p.ro.
From Blrdsboro and intermediate fctatlons,
Saturday only at 1.40 p. n.
From Washington and Bnltlmore, dally ex
cept Bunday, 10 20 a. in. 6.62 and 8.17 p. m.
Bunaiiy only m H.21 a. m.
IioWMEWH DRIGOB, Oen'l Pass. Agt.
A. O. MCOA USLAN D, Supt.
tho blood, taking up tho sound material ;
from tho healthy stomach, feeds every J
nerve nnd fibre of the human body, and Z
In no other way can reconstruction and S
improvements In the system go on. ;
Brown'sSarsnparllla will deliver the food
pure and healthy Into the blood. ;
Mas. DoncAS Stone, wife of the well- ;
known railroad contractor, who has op- Z
erated nil over Now England, becume
nflllcted With that disease so very edm- S
mon among women. Sho says : "Yes, I
do Itndw what nervousness means. I 5
havo had It In Its worst forms, leodid S
not Bleep, could not follow any line of
work; the cry of my babe struck harshly Z
upon my enr,thosliuttlngof adoorqulck Z
or the fall of n hook or any unusual nolso
upon tho street would glvo mo a shirt. 5
It seems to me, now that I look back to
it, as though I lived for years as sorno
hunted animal might live. I mistrusted
every ono nnd was possessed of a con
stant and nameless fear. Physlcluns
told mo tho nervo centre was affected
and when my food would not dlgost;
when It soured on my stomach"; when
my appetite became capricious, they
said I had nervous dyspepsia. I tried
several physicians nnd adopted ovory
thlngsuggcsted by friends, yet my nights
wore wakeful ones, and my days those
of torture. One day Brown's Sarsapa
rllla fell under my notlco; I began tho
uso of It, and as a result tho nerves wero
returned to their normal condition, as
wero also thodlgestlvo organs, and a per
fect and permanent euro was tho result."
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CLEAR. Tnt! rOSIPT.TiVinN.
nitHlIITHH TUB EYES,
StVEETEfJ Tlin mtEATH,
TONE THE STOMACH,
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BEARS, THIS MARK.
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WATER OF LIFE.
A newly discovered MINERAL WATER.
the use ol which will supply Important ele
ments nectusary 10 ueauu. it, win cure tne
Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, and all Bowel and
Bladder diseases. It will dlM-olve calculi and
remove them. It removes ihAiirtnnpiri rmm
the blood and thus destroys Malaria and
Chills, It cures Brluht's disease, and Is es
pecially recommended for people advanced In
life, and for general debility. For undoubted
proofs of this tend lor pamphlet giving full
particulars. to J.lt. PERRY, Waler ol Llie
V.U., 01 ouuiu iuiuu dv,, wuaes-uarre; rn.
1 111 run
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PhilGdelphiaand EeadiDg Bailroad.'
Tfmo Table, in effect May 10, 1801
MS LEAVE SHENANDOAH AS FOLLOWS
' For New York via Philadelphia, week days,
2..0 5.25, '7.30 a. m. and 12 35 2.E0 and 5.54
', rn, Bunday 2.10 and 7.1b n. m. For New
ork, via Mauoh Chunk, week days, 6.25,
20, a, m. and 12.35 and 2.60 p.m.
.Jor Reading and Philadelphia weekdays,
2.10, 6.25, 7.20, a. m., 12.85 2.50 and 6.55 pi m
tauday, 2.10 and 7.48 a. m.
r?or. ffafrhihurg, week days, 2.10,7.20 a. m,i
..to, oxft p. m.
o rL rStto?P& WCBk flay" 2.10,7,20,a. m.,
2.31 IUS0 and 6.65 p.m. Sunday ( 2 10 and 7.48
For Tamaoua and Mahanoy City, week
lays, 2.10, 5.45, 7.20, a. m., 125 2.60 and .5S
'm." Buuday, 2.10 and 7.48 n.m. Additional
or Mahanoy city, week days 7.00p.m,
For Lancaster and Colombia, week dayi,
.20 a. m.,R,E0p.m.
For Wllllamsport, Sunburyand Lewlsbnrg.
veek days, 3.25, 7.20 and 11.3) a. m., 1,35, 7.0(1
, ra. 8.05 p.m.
2'10 e.2k7.4ta. m.. 8.1 ti. m.
or ABhlnnd and Bnamokln, week days,
.21,5.26,7.20, 11.3) a. m., 1 85, 7.00 and 9,35'
.m, Bunday 8.25 a.m., 8.05 p.m.
TRAINS FOR SHENANDOAH!
Leave New York via Philadelphia, week
lays, 7.46 a. m., 1.80, 4.00, 7.30 p. m 12.18
dght. Bunday, 6.00 p.m., 12.18 nlgut.
Leave New York vl Mauoh iihnnk, week
lays, 4.80, 8.45 a. m., 1.00 and 1.0) p. m.
,i.ave Jfhlldelphla, ween days, 4.10, and;
10.00 a. m. 4.00 and 6.00 p.m.,frmflroaa
ind Callowhdl and 815 a. m. and 11.80 p. m.
from 9th ano vreeu aireet. Sunday 9.05 a.
m. 11.80 p. m.froin utn mui --wu.
Leave Reading, week days, 185. 7.10. 10.(5
litd 11.60 a. in., 6.55, 77 p, m. Bunday .35 ana
t0.4s a. m.
Leave Pottsvllle, week days, 2.40,7,40 a.m.,
2.80,611 p. m. Sunday, 2.40 a, m, and 2.05
Leave Tamariua, week days, 8.20, 8.48 and
il 2 . a. m.. 1.21, 7.13, and 9.18 p. m. Sunday 3.10
. m, aud 2.50 p. m.
Leave Manauoy City, week days, 3.40, 0.18
and 11.47 a. m 1.51, 7.42 and 9.44 p. m. Sun
day, 8.4U a. in., 3.20 p. m.,
Leave Mahauoy Plane, week days,2'4J,il.tO
1JW, 9JI5. 11.10 a. m.,l.tJ5, 2.C0 j 20, a 28, 7,57, and
10.00 p.m. Sunday 2.4', 4.00, and 8.i'0,a. m,
i.eave Glrardvllle (Rappahannock Station)
week days, 2.47, 4.07, 6.36, and 8,41 a. m., 12 05,
1.12, 5.20, 8.32, 8.03 and 10.06 p.m. Sunday, 2,47,
1.27, 8.28 a, m. 8.41 p. m.
Ivo Wllllamsport, week days, 8.00,9.45 Rnd
U,S5a.m.8.35 and 11.15 p. m. Sunday 11.1s
For Baltimore, Washington and the west
via B. & o. R. II., through trains leave Ulrard
Avenue Btatlon, Philadelphia, (P, R. K. R.)
it 4.16, 801 and 11.27 a. in., 1.81, 4.24, 5.56 aa l
7.23 p. m. Sunday, 4.15 8.02 11.27 a, m 4.24
1.65 and 7.23 p.m.
ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION,
Leave Philadelphia, Chostnut street Wharl
and south Street Wharf. .
IKor Atlantic Cltv. iVt.i
Week-dHys Express 9.00 a, m. and 2.0b il
t nndsys. Express, 9.00, a, m, Accommo.
4atlon, 8.00 a. m. and 4.80 p. m.
Returning, leave Atlantic City, depot corner
tlautlc and Arkansas avenues. Week-days
-Express, 7.80, 9.00, a. ra, and4.0D, p. m.
AooommodAtlon, 6.0O, 8.05 a. m, and 4.80
aunuayB. rsxpress, i.uu p. m. Accommoia.
tlon, 7.80 a. m, and 4.80 p. m.
(Ml.HAMCi ink-. (Jc,. tM'v A 0,1
A A, MOLEOD. Pres. dt Gen'l Manager.
Leliigh Valley Railroad.
ABBAMOEMENT OF rASSEJiOEK TBAIN8.
MAY 10, 1891.
Passenger trains will le&vn Bhenaiidnnh fnr
MnnhllTinnlr I chlcl,!,,. UI.Hnn,nn mnn -
Duui,un, mjiuiunii, JOCLUicilClll, 16U1I1, mil
adclphia and New York at 5.17, 7,40, 8.08 a. m.,
For Belvldere. Delaware Water Onn and
Utroudsbui-g at 5.47, a. m., and 6.2(1 p. in.
rur Liuutoenvtiieaua xrento,,, w.ua a, m.
For White Haven. WllRes-Barra and Pitts.
ten 6.47, 9.08. 10.41 a. m., 3.10 and 5.211 p. m.
ForTunkhannock, 10.41a. m 3.10 and 5.26
For Auburn, Ithaca, Geneva and and Lyonn
10.41 a. m., and 6.20 p. ra.
rur ijacejviue, xowauaa, aayre, waveny,
Chicago and all pouts West at 10.41 a. m.,ana
5.20 p, m.
For Klmlra and the West vlnHnlamnncn at
3.10 p. m.
ror Attuenriea, iiazieton, Stockton, Lum
her Yard. Weatherlv nnd Penn Haven Juno-
tlon at 6.47. 7.40. 9.08 a. m. and 12.52. 3.10 and
vy p. in.
ror jeanesvuie, iievtston and l!eavr
Meadow. 7.40. 9 OS a. m. and n m i
For8crautonat5.47 9.08, 10.41a. m. 3,10 anfl
6:26 n. m.
For llnzlo Brook. .led do. Jjrirton and Free.
land at 5.47. 7.40. 9.08. 10.41 a. ra.. 1ZS2 3.10 and
6.26 p. m.
For uuakake at 5.47 and 9.08 a. m ami
8.10 p. m.
For Wiggans, Ollberton and Frackvllle at
5.60 and 9.08a. m.,and 4,10 p. m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahauoy City and Delano,
6.47, 7.40, 8.08, 10.41, 10,58 a. m.,122,3.10,5.26, 8,03,
95' aud 10i7 p.m.
For Lost Creek. 31rardvllle and Ashlandh
4.27, 7.46,8.62, 10.15 a. m., 1.00,1.40,4.10. 6.35,
8.10 nnd 9.11 p. m.
For Darkwater, Bt. Clair aud Pottsvllle.
7.40, 9.08, 10.53 a. m., 12.52, 3.10, 4.10, 5.26 and 8.03
ror jsuck mountain, rvew isoston ana
ilorea. 7.40. 9.08. 10.58 a. m.. 12.52. 3.111. B.M ana
For Haven Run, Ccntralla, Mt. Carmel and;
Bhamokln, 8.62, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.40
auu o.uo p. a.
Trains leave Bhamokln for Hhenandoah,
7.55 11.65 a. m., 2.10, 4.80 and 9.80 p. m., arrlvinc
at Shenandoah, 9.05 a.m., 12.52. 3.10, 6.2U and:
11.15 p. m.
For Lost Creek. Glrardvlllfl nnd Ashland.
6.50,9.10 llJ5a.m,,2.45p. m.
For Darkwater. St. cialr and PottavlBe,
6.50, 8?J0, 0.80 u. m., 2.45 p. m.
xur i Hiedvitie, jiananoy uity ana ueiano.
8.00, 115 a. m.,1.40, 4.40, 6.03 p. m.
For Lofty, Audenrled and llaileton, 8.00
a' m., 1.40 p. m:
For Mnuch Chunk. Leblghton, Slatington,
Catasanqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton
and New York, 8JX) a. m., 1.40 p. m;
ii , uiun.,iuia, i,w u, iu,
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Gen'l Pass. Agt., Bethlehom.
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Utedlor 800 years In Brazil, and two years
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