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tho disease, without exciting disorder in
any other part of tho system.
NO. CURES. PRICES.
1 Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. ,1J5
12 Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic... ,!5
3 Teething, Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .25
4 tllnrrhen, ot Children or Adults 25
7 Cousin, Colds, Bronchitis 25
8 Xcuralgla, Toothache, Faceache.... .S3
9 Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo. . ,25
10 Dyspepsia, Indlgestlon,WcakStoinach.25
11 Suppressed or Painful Periods 25
12 Whites, Too Prof use Periods 25
13 Croup, Lnrvncltts, Hoarseness 25
1-1 Salt Illiciini, Erysipelas, Eruptions.. ,23
1 5 It he uma 1 1 111 , Rheumatic Pains 25
1C Mnlarla, Chills, Fever and Ague 23
19 Catarrh, Influenza. Cold In tho Head .25
20 WlioopliiK-Cousli.. 25
27- Kldney Diseases 23
28- .ervous Debility 1.00
30-Urlnaty Weakness, Wetting Bed 25
77-Jrlp. nay Fever 25
Dr. Humphreys' Manual of all Diseases at your
Druggists or Mailed Freo.
Bold by druggists, or sent on receipt of prrce.
Humphreys' lied. Co Cor. William &. John tits.,
Novr.MUKii 19, 1809
Trains will leave Shenaudoah alter tne aoi
date for Wlfrgan, Ollbcrton, Fraclcvlllo l'i
Water, St. Clair, l'ottsvlllo. Hamburg, Read 1 11
Pottstown, Phoenlzvllle. Norrlstowu a A Phi
artelplila (Broad street station) at 8 20 and 8 04
a. m.f '2 10, e i p m. on wees; aays. eunuaye
8 05 a. m.. 4 20 d. m.
Trains leave Frackvllle for Bhenandoat si
7 41, I MS a.m. Hi.d B86, 7 88 p. . BunilO'
11 01 a. in. and 6 8(1 p. in.
Leave Pottarllle for SheuacdoaU (via Fracl
vllle) 7 lis, 11 20 a. m., ft 10. 7 IS p. m. Bunds
1 0 Id a. in., a 10 d. m.
l.eavo Philadelphia, (Broad street station), lei
Hhenandoali at H as a. m., 4 lu p. m. weeE nas r
Si' udays leave at S 60 and 9 28 a. a.
Leave Philadelphia (Broad street station) fo
Pott'rllle, 5 60,8 85 parlor car, 10 19 a. in.. I 80,
iu iparior car), 1 i p. in. weeKuays, auuuays,
8 60, H2Ia. in an. 602 pm.
Leave Broad Street Station. Philadelphia
FOU NKW YOUK
Bxrress-Weck-days.8 20,4 05,4 40, S 00,6 18,6 60,
7 88, 8 23, 9 0 9 f 0, (10 21, dining car), 11 00, 11 43
a ni, 12 00 noon, 12 35. 1 Limited 1 00 and 4 22 p in,
dining cars), 14 12 30, dining; car), 820, 3 50,
4 02, 6 00, 6 60, (dining car), 000, 7 02,810,
(dining car), 10 00 p. in. 12 02, night. Sundays
8SC.4U5, 14') 600 5 18 8 2 960, (1021, dllll g
car), 10 43, 11 43 a m, 12 03, dining car), 12 85, J 3u,
(dining carl, 4 02. (Limited 4 22 dining car),
6 20,6 60, dining ca't 8 85, 702,810 dining
car, 10 00 p. in., 12 02 night
For Boston without change, 11 01 a m week
days, and 8 10 p. m.. dally.
For Sea Girt, Aabury Park, Ocean drove,
Long Branch, and Intermediate stations, 8 25,
11 10 a in, 8 80, 4 02 p ni weekdays.
WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH.
For Baltimore and Washington, 8 SO J 20, it ,
10:0,11 23, 11 S3, a, m., 12 86 dining car 113,
i dining cor 1 1 812, 4 41, 5 26 UongrcrBloual
Jmlted dining car, 0 03, 6 20. 055, dining enr,
7 81 dining car, p m and 12 20 night week
days. Sundays 8 50, 7 20, 9 12, 11 23. a. m., 12 09,
1112, dining car, 312, 4 41, (520 Congressional
.lmlted dining car, 6 05 6 65 dining car, 781
dining car, p, in., and 12 23 night.
For Baltimore, accommodation, 9 12 a m, 1 62
and 4 01 p m week days, 5 0j and 11 16 p m dally.
WEST JERSEY & SEASHORE R. R.
FOR ATLANTIC CITY.
Leave Broad street station via Delaware river
bridge Uxprcss, 9 40 a m, 705 p m weekdays,
Bundajs, 9 20 u m 7 05 pm.
Leave Market Street Warf Kinross. J 00 am.
a 00, 4 00, 6 00 p m weekdays Sundays, 9 00,
10 no s 1 accommodation 4 40 and 6 00 p in.
For Cano Mav. Amrlesea. Wlldwood and
Holly Bench, Sen Isle City, Avalon, and Stone
Harbor Express 900am, 4 00 p m week days
Bunuays, VWtt 111.
n 1 . 1 1 I i ,J" n a VI
4 00. 5 CO. n. m. week days Sundays. 9 00 and
10 00 a. m
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B. 1. IlOTCBIHUOH, J. It. WOOD,
Oen'l Manaeer -n' P.V, A I
DAH. J. FEROUSOH, Mer.
ONE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING
PJlDflY, DEC 11, '99
John A. Hhnnieleln's Big Comedy
Headed bv the popular comedienne Miss
11EATHICE EAItLK, including tnu pter
of musical organtatiuns, HOWSON'S
20th Century Band and Orchestra.
Monday HIght THE IRISH HERO.
Tuesday Bleht...J(a the Heart of the Storm
Wednesday Nleht LOST IN NEW YORK.
Thursday night THE LADDER OF LIFE.
Friday Might 'IME DEVIL'B MIKE
Saturday night THE CENSUS TAKER
PRICES : - 10, 20 and 30 Cts.
Reserved eata at Klrlln's drug store.
I 100 PILLS
I 25 CTS.
In the Disaator Which Overtook
tho Islands of Coram.
A. DEATH DEALING TIDAL WAVF,
Sucoppilcil hjr Torrlflo nnrth'nnnkc
Shock, Snoot Over tlie Tope ot
Tree Thirty Feet High Cnrnen
Hurled rnilcr New Mnile Cirouml.
San Francisco, Dec. 13. Tho dis
aster tltat overtook, the Istands ot
Cormaii on tho 2d '6f last month cost
the people of that .district immenso
loss of life and property. The stoam
ship America Maru, lilst .arrived from
the Orient, brought advices from
Coram, and reports that 6,000 peoplb
were dostroyod on that island alono
wlien the dreadful earthquakes of No
vember shocked the Japancso coast
and agitated the Islands adjacent to the
On the night of tho 2d tho people of
Coram woro ayi'tened by a terrific
moen uf ucn tii .--ko that Bcemed to
work from norlti to south. Everyone
fled from his house Into the public
square. A few hours later It was re
ported that the water was rising in
the Hay of Ambonla. The sea camo
forward In the shape of a hugo tidal
wave, and forced the water Into the
bay entrance. It came up 50 feet over
the lowlands. At l'auholy and Samas-
oeroa, on the bay, the waves swept
over the tops of trees 30 feet high. Out
of nearly 1,800 inhabitants only 40
The whole coast for miles was trans
formed Into a huge mud puddle.
Corpses were everywhere. Broken
trees and portions of houses were
burled in the ooze. Every few rods
were great mounds of stones and
boulders that had been washed up from
the sea, changing the entire topog
raphy of the country.
The exact number of killed along the
coast will never bo known, ns tho
corpses are in many cases yards under
the new ground. At Hatoesia out of I
500 people a hundred were killed and
40 wounded. The balance escaped to
A HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS
The Cnpltnl Stock of the Proposed
Colonial Sngitr llcflnlnu; Company.
Dover, Del., Dec. 13. When the
Anglo-American Rapid Vehicle com
pany was Incorporated here with a
capital stock of $75,000,000 It was
thought to be the largest industrial
concern that would ever come under
the general law of Delaware, but last
night preparations were begun for the
Incorporation hore of a $1,000,000,000
concern. The new comblno is to be
known as UiO' Colonial Sugar Refining
company. Large sugar making com
panies nqw outside the American
Sugar Refining company, which oper
ates under the New Jersey laws, are
concerned hi this new Delaware cor
poration. The state will profit by tho
Incorporation of .this company to tho
extent of $15,000 In state tax and $5,000
in annual tax.
A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of
the brave General Unrnhamof MacliU, Me.,
when the doctors said she could not lire till
morning" writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who
attended her that fearful night. "All
thought she must soon die from Pneumonia,
but she begged for Dr. King's Kew Discovery.
savine It had more thau once saved her life.
and had cored her of Consumption. After
and its further use completely cured her."
kllli:U B1IMI1 UUOC9 QIIU Dlpfb l011.V at. .iiu..
The marvelous medicine is guaranteed 10 1
Wasley's drug store.
Rilllfoml Kiiiiifoy-cn IIchpounIIiIp.
Paterson, N. J., Dec. 13. At 1 o'clock
this morning the jury that has been
Investigating tho accident on the Lack
awanna railroad hero on the night of
Nov. 29 brought In the following ver
dict: "Wo find Couductor Gould M.
Gattell and Flagman William Sned-
ager guilty of negligence In not obey
ing tho flagging rules, thereby causing
Bears the ' ) ltl8 Kind You HavB Always Bought
floy Muritei..r Arretted liy Father.
Bloomfield, Ind., Dec. 13. Samuel
Mcintosh, aged 1C, son of a prominent
merchant, is under arrest for mur
der of Edward Johnson, aged 18, who
had became involved in ft quarrel with
Mcintosh's younger hrother. A heavy
stone was used in the killing. The
boy's father brought him In and gave
Tell Your Sister
A beautiful complexion is an impossibility
without good pure blood, the sort that only
exists In connection with the good digestion;
a healthy liver and bowels. Karl's Clovor
Boot Tea acta directly on the bowels, liver
and kidneys keeping them In perfect health,
Price 25 cts. and 60 cts. Sold by P. D. Kirlin
on a guarantee.
Dentil From Hutlnn IM1U.
Wilmington, Del., Dec. 13. Jamei
T nnAn n rraA 1 VOQ.a flldft lflflt O I lll t IIS I
the result of eating 21 pills, which he
uurao, bv . . ,f. .
found in his home. The pills were
manufactured by a Drooklyn firm,
and the boy's father had the agency for
them hflre. Physicians say the symp
toms resembled those of strychnine
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
To Form it Dlatrlct Minora' Union.
Lonaconing, Md., Dec. 13. The con
vention of the miners and mine em
ployes of tho Mcyersdale, Pa., and
George's Creek, Md., coal regions be
gan its sessions yesterday. It has been
determined to form a district union to
be composed of the local unions of the
'Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Uewanl for
any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured hy
Hal I'b Catarrh Cure,
V. J.CHENKY& CO, Props., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly
honorable In all business transactions and fin
ancially nolo to carry out any obligations made
by their linn.
West & Tbaux, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Waldiso, Kinnan Jc Mauvi.i , Wholesale Drug.
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Price 75o. per bottle. Bold by all
Druggists, Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills ate the beet.
TOR ALL URINARY DISORDERS.
The mot FATAL and PREVAL' BT Ot all
diseases are those ot me
KIDNEYS, LIVBR and BLADDEU.
I The Kidneys are two little sieve through which
nlMhe IiIoimI In th hoily mut puss OHO
in every three inlntitrs).
Ik n HK&AtritY condition ther filter nil Imparl
ties In Lo the nt-Alinun, thence nut of the I hmI y.
If nerBAsmi they clog nml .well, le noting
I'liiu ACIti nml other poisons Into the s'siem,
cansliit; HUM. tain In the rack, ntuoCMms
IUIKU7IATISM, (HUT, DROPSY, HICAVHI, l-.SI.irwi.
A Nil r'ltKliURXT I'lllKATIOX. LOS OF ALHUMKN
(the llfo ifSeiK'C), nml fliinlly
"BRlQKl'S" DISEA9E and DEATH I
If you have any if the nlmve symptoms
"Al" TABLETS will cure you
JRY HIEM AND BB CONVINCED.
ltecent Discovery. Phenomenal Siu-cess. Ilnn
ilrxls of Testimonial Cannot i 8iiltltutul
! mail $1.0". (Send stamp (or pHtni hlet
PAN-AMERIdN DRUG CO., Niw Yo'k.
Hold In She iwniloali nt
Orders by mall sent to any iiddreM.
Mlno t.onilor Hrpsi nelpnseit.
Fort Scott, Kan., Dec. 12. John I.
Reoso, natlonnl executive committee
man of the United Mine Workers, who
has been In jail here under commit
ment from thj federal court for con
tempt, was released yosterday under
tho writ of habeas corpus recently Is
sued In St. Louis by Judge Thayer.
Tho necessary $3,000 bonds was pro
vided by Topeka bankers. Mr. Reer.e
returned nt once to the coal fields
where he was arrested, declaring that
he would pursue tho course which he
was pursuing when Judge Williams
ordered his nrrest for contempt.
XCcntiicky OcmocriitH Will Content.
Frunkfort, Ky Dec. 12. That tho
minor candidates on the state Demo
cratic ticket Intend to make a contest
beforo the state board, sitting as a
contest board, has been known hore
among those on the inside ever since
the certificates were Issued to their
Republican opponents, but it was gen
erally thought the contost would not
be made until after the meeting hore
on Thursday of the Democratic com
mittee. It comes from a reliable source
that tho notices of contest will, if they
can bo prepared In time, be served on
the successful candidates today.
now Is Your Wife?
Has she lost lier beauty? If so Constipa.
tion. Indigestion, Sick Headache aro tho
principal causes. Karl's Clover Boot Tea
has cured these ills for half t century. IMco
25 cts. and 50 eta. Money refunded If results
aro not satisfactory. Sold by P. D. Klrlln
on a guarantee
Icoltoiinil evr Foiiiiilliuiit.
St. Johns', N. P., Dec. 12. The an
nual ice blockade of tho northern
coast of the Island has begun. Ves
sels now arriving report innumerable
Icebergs and impassable floes, drift
ing In a southerly direction, choking
tho bays, and threatening to close nav
igation with the present week. Al
ready the straits of Belio Isle are
closed for the winter. The ice is
nacked thickly along the Labrador
coast. Within the next fortnight
transatlantic steamors will be in dan
ger of collision with bergs crossing
A Sensible Man
Would use Kemp's Balsam for the Throa
It is curing more cases of
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup
and 0u Throat and Lung troubles, than any
Theproprictor has author.
ized any druggist to give you a sample bottle
free to convince you of the merit of this great
remedy. Price 25c and 50c.
Buy Hoynl Patent Flour.
It is the best in
Deo. 18. Grand entertainment, "The Star
of Bethlehem," at tho Primitivo Methodist
Jan. 1, 1000. Eleventh annual ball by St,
Joseph's Pioneer Corps, in Armory hall.
A 1. A 1. A. A.
enl for tiworn Testimonial &ad Book
Troth" to i'rofi O. t Til KIZL, 31. !.,
410-1 North Hlxth 8L. I'hUarfelnhla.
loltlTelr the oclT itfcl.ulit la tbL
lklliLi fkllad. Freth etuea cured la ! to 1 U duTH.ilouritf 3,44.
buiu ui onn cv ru uiouid ma moil cvisjurBivu iirar
Beer and Porter
Brewers of the finest and
Tlii: nrnrlimt are splrlnm pnimlled
UUU 11CVC1 suipusscu. A1SU
bottlers of all
Private families desiring orders
filled can have them promptly
by calling on
Agent and Bottler,
203 W. Coal Street
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THE TRANSVAAL WAR.
Boduoings the Rations in tho Be
sieged Town of Mafeking.
METCALFE'S BRILLIANT TEAT.
rltlali Force Cllinln-ii n II 111 nml Ie-
atroyctl it lloc-r Ilovrltser liy the fa.
of Gun Cotton Lnil y Snrnli Wilson
RxclimiKoil I'or h Hour i'rlaoner.
London. Deo. 1B With the excep
tion ot Sundnys sortie at Ladysmith,
hlcli tho morning papers are unani
mous In regarding as a brilliant piece
f work, tnoro are no iiirtner anvices
from the seat of war. A war office dis
patch reports that Mafeking was safo
up to Deo. 4, out tuat the uoets nail
boon shelling the town since Nov. 27
with increased effect, nations had
been considerably reduced, moat by
half a pound and bread hy a quarter
f a pound, in view of a probable lont
siego. Water, however, was still plenti
ful. Tho Boors fear the Ilrltlsh bayonets.
This is illustrated In the full accounts
now arriving of previous sorties. It
seems that in Sir Archibald Hunter's
sally from Ladysmith to capture the
iioor guus the Ilrltlsh did not carry
bayonets. While they were storming
the hill the Boors, suddenly aroused
from sleep, rushed to the edge and
opened an indiscriminate fire upou
them. But Just beforo the British so
cured a footing on the top of the hill
some one among them shouted "fix
bayonets nnd give them cold steel.
At this tho Boers turned and fled Into
Little mention is made in the war
office dispatches of horses, but It is
understood that the losses In this re
spect have been exceedingly heavy.
Among the officers alone from 20 to 30
per cent of their mounts have been
shot under them, the Boer tactics be
ing to shoot first at an officer's horse
and then at the rider when dismounted.
General Gatacre's dlsastor at Storm-
berg has oeeu blamed for lack of
knowledge of the country, but, accord
ing to The Daily Telegraph, when tho
war began there wore no official map3
available at Cape Town, and therefore
It Is probable that General Gatacre is
still without them.
Tho Times, while praising Colonel
Motcalfo's brilliant feat at Ladysmith,
expresses the opinion that, relief be
ing now so near, such a sortie was
rather perilous, and it would be bet
ter for General White to avoid them
so far as possible.
The feat referred to by The Times
was given out by tho war office in a
dispatch from General White of Dec.
11, as follows:
"Last night Colonel Metcalfe and 500
of the Second Rifle brigade sortled to
capture n Boer howitzer on a hill.
They reached the crest without being
discovered, drove off the enemy and
then destroyed the howitzer with gun
cotton. When returning Metcalfe
found his retirement barred by tho
Boers, but he forced his way through,
using tho bayonet freely. The Boer
losses were considerable. The British
losses were Lieutenant Ferguson and
11 men killed, three officers and 41
men wounded: six men captured."
A special dispatch from Lourenzo
Marqueso says a Boer telegram from
Mafeking announces that Lady Sarah
Wilson, aunt of the Duke of Marlbor
ough, who was captured by tho Boers
while acting as a correspondent for the
London Daily Mail, has been exchang
ed for a Boer woman who was a pris
oner nt Mafeking.
The Morning Post ngain endeavors
editorially to arouse the British peo
pie to a recognition of the "serious
nature of the struggle and of the grave
position In which matters now stand."
It urges the government to prepare
immediately to send more troops to
"'VorklnB;, the OmnKe Orovre-ra,
Tampa, Fla Dec. 13. W. C. Tucker,
who claims Leesburg, Fla as his
home, has been working the orange
growers in this section in a very slick
manner. He represented nrmseif as
a large buyer and induced the growers
to deliver heavy consignments of fruit
to him at various railroad stations
Tho orango men were to meet him at
Dade City, where he was to liquidate
his indebtedness. Tucker has disap
peared and the growers are trying to
recover their fruit.
Cold Steel or Death.
"Tliprn la br.t one small chance to savo
your lifo and that is through au operation,"
was tho iiwiui nrosDect set oeiore airs. l. u.
Hunt, of Lime Bulge, Wis., by her doctor
after valnlv trvlnc to euro her of a frightful
As nf stomach trouble and yellow jaundice.
He didn't count on the marvelous power or
Electric Bitters to euro Stomach and Liver
troubles, but she beard or It, toos seven
bottles, was wholly cured, avoided surgeon's
knife, now weighs more and feels better than
ever. It's positively guaranieea io cure
Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles and
novor disappoints. 1'rice sue at A. wasiey's
Tlif Sjmlilali FIllK llnrrcd.
San Juan de Porto Ilico, Dec. 13.
Governor General Davis has issued an
order governing the display of flags in
Porto Rico. The Spanish flag is not
to be allowed on public buildings. Of
late it has been customary for the mu
nicipal authorities In the Interior towns
to display tne spanisn nna American
flags together on the city bulldlncs.
What do the Children Drink?
Don't give them tea or coffee. Havo you tried
the new food drink called GUAIN-O? It is
delicious and nourishing and takes the place
of coffee. The more Qrain-0 you give the
children the mora health you distribute
through tboir systems. Grain-0 Is made of
puro grains, aud whon properly prepared
tastes like the choice grades of coffee, but
costs about i as much. All grocers sell It.
15c. and 25c.
"WlilrfUj' intoreatK'to Unite.
Louisville, Dec. 13. The two great
whisky Interests of the country, the
"trust" and the independent associa
tion, which have been fighting each
other ever since they were organized,
are about to unite, It Is said, to gain
a point which will be of vital interest
to both, and that is a reduction of the
tax on whlsKy,
Bears the I 8 m nav8 "'"W Bought
Well Kuiinn b'oiiKatrearf'Weilded.
Glens Falls, N. Y.. Dec. 13 Miss
Maud Reese Davis, of Los Angeles
Cal., for two years soprano singer
with Sousa's band, wob married hero
yesterday to Herbert Merrill Qulmby,
Doea Tola Strike You 7
Muddy complexions, Nauseating breath
coma from chronlo constipation. Karl's
CloTerjBoot Tea-la an absolute cure and has
been Bold for fifty years on an absolute
guarautro Prtco 25 cts. and 50 cla. Sold by
V. D. Klrllu ou a guarantee.
SEVP.RR LAKE DRIB STORM.
The StrnniPT Jnlin Cfnlir Sunk nt
Aiiili. rstliiiru, Out.
Buffalo. Dm- 13. TlH Rule on Iake
Erie yesterday was the worst of the
season. Shortly before noon the wind
roachetl a velocity of 62 miles an hour,
and the breakwater wat completely
hidden from view Uy the heavy pn
No disaster on tho lake In this vicin
ity have been reported up to a late
A dispatch from Amherathurg, Ont..
reports that the steamer John Craig,
which left Buffalo Monday, had a ter
rible experience. When she ran Into
Amlierstburg she had 64 feet of
water In her fire hold, the sea being
so heavy that It broke In the Iron
doors of the holler house. The pumpa
wore put to work, hut the water gain
ed steadily, anil Just as she reached
Amherstburg she went to the bottom
In 16 feet of water.
In thli city considerable damage
was done by the high wind. Tws
were blown over, some big moke
stacks were destroyed and the iron
structural work on new hulldlngtt
twisted out ot shape.
A groat quantity of wreckage from
the lost steamer Niagara has been
driven ashore, but no more bodies
havo been found.
Two llrutnl Woiurli Seiltnuooil,
Baltimore, Dec. 13.- 'Mrs. Julia Bran
nan and Mrs. Kate Brady were eirvtct
ed of manslaughter In the criminal p
court yesterday and each sentenced to
ten years' Imprisonment. They were
tried for causing the death, In Octo
ber, of 21-montli8'-old Joseph Burns.
It was stated at the trial that tho
mother of tho child left him In care of
the womon, while sho went upon an er
rand. Whilo absent It wns alleged that
the woman placed tho child upon a hot
stove. It wns frightfully burned, and
died a few days later.
L011 kmc- of Ilepiililtrnii dull.
Washington. Dec. 13. At the meet
ing ot the executive committee of the
League of Republican clubs St. Paul 1
was chosen as the place for holding
Ilia n.Tl nnnvnntlnn Ihnl nil., .. I . .
Ing 2S votes to 3 for Indianapolis, and
1G for Sioux Falls. The date of the
convention was fixed for tho third
Tuesday In July. A resolution for tho j
appointment of n committee to revise
the constitution, including the article
forbidding the league to prefer candi
dates, was adopted. .
The cut is after an old painting of a man
Death with his life
as a stake. Behind
the man stands his
good angel striving
to save him.
This game with
life as the stake is
the every-day game
of men and women.
Behind the player
stands the good
angel Nature, striv
ing to preserve the
life, liven when
the game is almost
in Death's hands.
the man who turns to Nature and lets her
help him may yet save himself. Medical
science knows this, and its highest authori
ties affirm that the utmost medical skill
can do is to help Nature,
The great success ot ur. i-ierce s oomen
Medical Discovery in curing wasted bodies,
weak lungs, and obstinate and lingering
coughs, is based on the recognition of
this fundamental scientific truth. " Golden
Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with
body building, tissue repairing, muscle
making materials, in condensed and con
centrated form. With this help Nature
supplies the strength to throw off diseases
of the lungs, heal the sick stomach, re.
establish the digestive and nutritive organs
in sound health, purify and enrich the
blood, and nourish the nerves.
If your dealer offers something "just as
good," it is probably better for him ; it
pays better. But you are thinking of the
cure not the profit, so there's nothing "just
as good " for you. Say so.
Tn a letter received from A. D. "Weller. Eso.,
of Fensacola, Kscambia Co., Fla. (Dox $44), he
states : "I have, since receiving your diagnosis
nf mv rase ns stomach trouble and liver com.
plaint, taken eight bottles of the Golden Medi
cal Discovery,' and must say that I am trans
formed from a walking shadow (as my friends
called me), to perfect health. I value your
remedies very highly and take pleasure in
recommending them to any and alf who suffer
as I did. Pour months ago I did not think to be
In shane to assist our rjnde Samuel ' in case of
hostilities, but thanks to you, I am now ready
for the Dons 1
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser. In Plain Enelish: or. Medicine Sim-
nlified. 100S paces, over 700 illustrations,
paper-bound, sent for 21 one-cent stamps,
to covercost of mailing only. Cloth-bound
ten stamps more. Address ur. K. v.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Office Egan building, corner of Main an
Centre streets, Shenandoah,
J CLAUDE BKOWN,
Office: Cor. Centre and White streets, pes
o Justice Toomey's office.
Q QUUHLKll, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
- No. 80 East Lloyd Street.
Office hours; 8 to 9 a. m.1 1 to S p.m.
7 too p.m.
)ROP. JOHN JONES,
Lock Box 65, Mahanoy City, Pa,
HaTlng studied under some of the beal
masters In London and 1'arls, will glre lessoni
on the Tloun.manaoun, guuarana vocal cullurr
Terms reasonable. Address In care nf Htreus
,h 1w!r Hh.n,nrtnr
EV-AN J. DAVIES,
No. 13 North Jardin St.
Cheapest Shoe Repairer I
GOOD WORK GUARANTEED.
Men's soles and heels SO and 60c
Men's (sewed) 83andQOo
Ladles' " " " 40 and 60o
Ladles'" " sewed 60o
Children's soles and heels............... 80 and S3o
Children's shoes, 25c, Satisfactory patch
work. Shoes heeled only IS and SO cts.
Bobbins' Block. 85 W. Centre street
Go up in Kmoki. evory year.
risks but get
ka but KOt your houses, stock, f ui
niture, etc., Insured in flrst-cl&sa re
liable companies as represented by
DAVID FAUST, 1I"s"r,ceJ A,f
ur Boulb Jai'Hi -il
lUoLlUaads.Mldinlal onus it
ling tlic Stomachs nml Dowels of
ncss and Rcst.Contnins neither
Not Naiic otic.
lion. Sour Stdniacfr.Dinrrhocfl
acss and LOSS OF SLEEK
Tne Simile Signature of
EXACT C0PY"OF WRAPPEH.
L"V- TWr CtNTAUR COMPANY NCWTOHHTTV
S3mtlinMi3ceU reliable, monthly, rtsnilaLtns; nuMIeint. On'r 1
tbo iureitdn.gahcld be uJ. li 7011 via. th tt, t,
Dp. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
hor are prompt, iafe and certalft In TMQlt. The nnine(Pr. I'Vil"i!rl
FOR SALE AT" KIRLI
The rrt at remt dy for rvoui prostration ai.d all dliseas- f th t rtlro
orgn-sof olthi ra x. rui U NVrtous lr-tr.ttlun Falling or Li t M, wood.
Impntcnry, Niirhtiy Kmis-aous, Yuinhful Lrrors. Mental Vnrr. tr- --ivl- use
of Tobacco or Opium nliuh It ad t' f irumption and In-anity ' .li ivcry
1CTC0 IICIUR ?3 order wc ruarantco to cure or n f .r I the money. Soi.l . t 1.00 per bux,
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For Sale by
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD
IS THE PROPER THING
Our Home Industries !
Ask for Blue Trading Stamps, save them, and you will feel proud
of our bandsome premiums.
Call and get a Directory and Stamp Book to start your collection.
List of Merchants Who Give Trading Stamps Free :
Fred Keitlian, 101 North Main.
ltl.OTS AN!) S1IOHS.
Joseph Hall, 29 North Main.
HOOKS AND STATIONKUV.
IXewsnapera and lOeent novola exempt.
Hooka Si lirown, 4 North Main,
CON rilCTION IJ HY.
M. I Kemmerer, 35 North Main.
M T. luroell, 7 East Centre.
Fred Kelthau, 101 North Main.
The Famous Clothing House, cor. Main and Oalc
HKV GOODS ANI NOTIONS.
Davis1 llazaar. 37 West Centra.
8. K. Supowlt, Quarantee Dry Goods House, IS
Shenandoah Drug Store, 3 South Main,
Hhenandoali Steam Laundry, oor. Main and
See Handsome Display of Articles at
See the display in the show
be Redeemed und
I REMEMBER ALL Q00DS ARE FREE TO
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
INI'S DRUG STORE!
WliITlVllUUlVH T IT.T.H
R. W. Houck.
THING, BUT NOT TO
t ,Tfv In
OUOCBUIKS AND l'KOVIIONS.
INo stamps given with sugar
V. E. Magarcle. 11 Eat Centre.
Samuel Davis, .1 North Jardin
T. J. llrouRhall, 25 South Main
Henry L. Jones, cor Coed aud Chestnut.
It U, Foley, 27 West Centre.
B.ii Ilrohst, oor. Jardin and Centre Mm t.
K F Kehler, 188 North Malu atre. t
Bdmund Harris, 301 South Main stmt.
The Famous Clotbliu; House, cor. Mam a d Oak
Max Levlt, Main aud Centra,
HATS AND CAI'8.
Max Levlt, Main and Centre.
ThnllSimmiaOlAlliltin. TInjuu, tv.r 1nn ami Cial:
MILLIMUtY AND FANCY t.OODt.
Mrs. J. J. Kelly, 26 South Main.
Carls Tlrothers, 38 Bast Centra.
1. B. Wetterau, 4 South Jardin.
TOBACCO AND OIOAHS.
Danlell Si Dodson, 11 Bast Centre.
HIT i rTTTMr TrT
window, where TraditiK Stamps wi
Goods cheerfully shown.
TRADINQ STAMP COLLECTORS.