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FREE CURE FOR MEN.
A Michigan Man Offers to Send Ills Dis covery Fro. Claims to Be a Benefactor to Weakened Mankind. Tliero li always more or less suspicion attached to anything ttiat la offered free but sometimes a man so overflow! with generosity that lie cannot rent until liin discovery is known to the world, in order that his fellow men may profit by what lie ha discovered. It is upon this principal that a resident of KnlnniBEoo, Mich., desires to send free to mnnkiud a prescription which will cure them of any form of nervous debility j relieves them of all the doubt and uncertainty which such men are peculiarly liable to and restores the organs to natural size and vigor. As it costs nothing to try the experiment it would Feem that any man, Buffering with the nervous troubles that usually attack men who never stopped to real iise what uilght lie the final result, ought to be deeply interested In 11 remedy which will restore them to health, strength nnd vigor, without which thoy continue to live an existence of untold misery. As the remedy in question was the result of many years research as to what combination would lie peculiarly effective in restoring to men the strength they need, it would seem that all men suffering with any form of nervons weakness ought to write for such a remedy at mice. A request to It. C. Olds, Box 1712, Kalamasoo, Mich., stating that you are not sending for the prescription outofidlo curiosity, but that yon wish to make use of the medicine by giving it a trial, will lie answered promptly and without evidence as to wliere Information came from. The prescription is sent free and although inme may wonder how Mr. Olds rati afTord to jive away his discovery, there is no doubt about the offer being genuine. Cut this out jtnd send to Mr. Olds so that ho may know Who you carao to write him. 12-288t MADE ME A MAN AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUBS au; jvptroua jmom waning mora orjr.Ini potency, Bleep! omo88, etc .cmiBed by Abuse end other Kxpdmes and Indis cretions. They quickly nntf Bumlu restore Lot Vitality in old or yoang, and (It a man for ptudy, biwinew or marriage, Vtwvwnfc ImenflV find OnnndfAiitlon if t&fcaaln time. Tlieir nw shown imiertlnte improve. Sent end effects a uuxik wucre ait muera itui, in it upon havtns the (renu.no Alax Tablets. Thoy havetared thousands nnd vlll ciuo you. We cWe o potUttva written guarantee to effect n cure In each case or refund the monny. lrica BO octiS per package, or .tlx prtokiiBon lull t rent merit for &.&0. II y mull, in vJafa wrappftr, upon receipt of price. Circular free. AJAX RBA1EDY CO., wSSS!Tmt Koranic In Shenandoah, la., by A. Waslcj unilS. I. Ktrlln, Druggists. HE NEVER FAIL Dr. THEEL 604 N. 6th St. PHILADELPHIA Wrn. re tern, mrorn beforo J. V. Tur, Dfir, h. I'., I'hl)a.,enyti: I iiiTereiS from tbeirovHtrnseoritlooil liolsonftnd 'U ccrs, terrible and painful. One II o hi. I tnlttndoiieudvrritInfr tppctallsl failed to cure me. J v,.i8Hl.Sti and Itonea. IH (J. If-Tliirl e.ivoltifttnnt rnliof nn-l iipi. AVm. Toolein, h irn liVr J?, P. Chai. Klireupiort, I'hi.u.: "I tuffwtd 8 years from BeU-abuie and its horrible results, was mint for any or, a mere skeleton. Doctored vltii tJw beatllomce o.mllilo and . Uuj-alUo specialist iftiid uaid all kl id of so-called l?tee I'roflcrhttions " without i.lef. JiV .IIiaI tvuu Hm nnlv tin a uhlG tn nnrrftetiv iisiiirniiv mirt'ii int". diagnose roy ense ind po.-mftntly otire rac lax now mamca win i iidt c i iwp prignicnuurru. Mend five two-cent siamps for hoolc THU Til, T7lth fwom statements, only Hook exposing all icchem' and devices TO BWINULI3 poor suffer rs, JI(mra,3:evenltite,C-a.30: Wed. and fiat, -eve'es, 6-10; Bun., c-ii ThEATJlENr BY Jd All . No ToHtlnionluN pubitabed With out eonncut Everything con fi-UmttuI, THE DOCTOR May be out when yon send for him nnd In this you run n great risk. Avoid this by keening a few of the BRONCHO Homoeopathic REME DIES in the bouse. TTTey do the Work" And cost but 10 CENTS at all drugstores. BRONX CHEMICAL COMPANY, Yonksrs, N. Y. T.--JS".Wi"S1 fCATH -l fifJ 1107 SFFCOTa ATO--THEW cri.TOMB sJiraL.TZEa Cure, C'Ker-ii c n?.r.c'.l debility, wakeful nut, epcrr.ifr:':r; r:i3a!r.ns, Icipotcncy, rare.!.-, c:-. o. .u v i-..cUoiie1 disordtrs, catiKC'1 hy cr -Tis;e.st jjuiclily restoring l.ojt Me.n2-.utsd in i or -ui,g, givlogvigorana Atrenfftli 'v'lct (. .rwsiLrs prevailed. Con . unit sua, '., effectual, and legitimate, Our.s 13 0"ic:t,ANO THonoyoH. - 'i I: ifti-. t-d -r imitations; must on CATO.': S Vi!i!vrs. Sett fealcl il your dru pit.! . : u. lTit.! i t.-er pkge, 0 for $J, v it iritti-i g. trenteo of coiiiptote cure, 1 il in ii , -i.'-irneir. cic, i.ee and confidential, vti'd us intm-aii: of cac nnd 25 cti. for a wcelc'a 4ru.l trejtmrr.f . Otw only aent to each person. CATOrt Men. CO.. CSOUTOM, MASS, l'or sale at r, r. D. ItirJIn'a drug store nnd Slicuniitjonli Uriti;6toro. Teema-to Hlrcrr"" If you want to hire a sate and-rtilinblf leara tor driving or for worklj,?purposC4 iuy BliicMa' livery Btabfe n visit. TeHtni . , , c2,-'-''J'v8fl-hlrRl 'at-reasonable rotor JAMES SHIELDS, No. 410 ICoat Centro street. Opposite Reading railroad etatlon. OclobratCil fcninie I'owdorH uercr fall Mfnanrl iitm AaW fkTHnA Willi Tauy nd Pennyioyal rule and other Ulv hukoI U t. Aiwavi buv tlie bolt nnd avoid dlMp nl. (Juumirtrt! superior t all otbii. J'oaitivtn . Uf.k. Dy. Itoeton. Ma. PROFESSIONAL CARDS c. s. rirnn,iFH,-urD. Offioo : 30 West Oeulre tlMtt, Qan bo ooiifliiU&d at all hour, ' JJ- M. BURKK, ATI0UNBY-AT-I,A?. Offloe TXgan building, corner of Main and Cntro gtrotfl, Sbftnandoah. ig' II. rOMBItOV, ATTORNBY-AT-LAW Shenandoah, Pa. Jjl W. BlIOKiUKUK," ATTORNEY-ATtAW. Corner tlarket and Centre ttreeta, piSOF JOHN J0NR8. MUSICAL INSTRUCTOR, Lock Box SB, Mabanoy CJty, I'a. Ilavlne ttudled under eome of the beat mavtera in London nnd I'arls, will Hive IeMont mi the violin, niamlolln. nultarnnil vocal outturn. Term reasonable. At! drone in earo of Btrmtse. the jeweler, Bhenaml'iitli. BROM-KOLOA ALCOHOLIC, NERVOUS AND BILIOUS HEADACHES Cured by tide granular efTerreeeent and etimu laut. An Inetaut uure for KOtir stoinaolui and liendaehee, whloli often aeeuinulat, f tool bavins a night ou(. JOHN F. CLEARY, BOTTLER OF CARBONATED DRINKS, J 7 and 19 Peach Alley, Shenandoah JTI RN By tlio Action of the Powers in Blookading Oroto. PILLAGING IN ALL DIRECTIONS. The Attnoki of Chrlstlrtnn on the Turks In duced by Deaneratlntt Ovrrthe lllooknde. Atutrln Nonr t'ropoaes That the Jllocli ndo bo Kltcnded Alone; the OroeK oait, London, March 27. A dispatch to The Times from Athene snys that the royal decree appointing the Crown Prince Conitantln to the command ot the army on the Theeealv frontier waB published yenterday. When the crown prince started to asaume his command he went by sea to Volo, and thence by railway. The crown princess ac companies him as far oa Larlasn, where she will lnspeot the arrange ments made by the tied Cross society. She will remain there two days, and then return to Athens. In order to avoid popular demonstrations this pro gram was not published at Athens. A dispatch from Canea says there Is no doubt that the Christians have attacked the Turks because driven to desperation by the blockade. A similar protest against European partiality for the TurkB Is probable along the whole Insurgent line. Throughout the Island the Mohammedans think they may do what they like now, because they have European backing. In all directions they are pillaging and burning the property of Christians. The Times' correspondent at Salonlca telegraphs that a Turkish merchant man has arrived there with torpedoes, which are being laid across the harbor. The Athens correspondent of The Dally Chronicle says: - It is madness for the powers to suppose that Greece, In order to form a neutral zone, will withdraw 60,000 eaeer troops to a rJ Stun wiluuul UH-n u-ukb, Hiuies ur limi tary baBe of any kind and there rest calmly while the powers work out their pleasure In Crete. A dispatch to The Dally News from Vienna says the Austrian foreign oillce has proposed to extend the blockade along the entire Greek coast, with special Stringency at the Piraeus and the Gulfs of Volo, Cornlth and Arta. England, having abandoned the con dition that Turkey and Greece must be asked to withdraw their troops from the Thessalian frontier beforo the blockade Is extended to the Gulf ot Volo, will be content, It Is assumed by the Austrian foreign office, If the ad mirals so arrange the blockade as to spare the susceptibilities of certain powers. A dispatch from Rome says that the powers have decided not to consult Greece on the details of "autonomy for Crete, Instructions have been serft to the admirals giving them full power to extend the blockade to Greek ports If they deem it necessary, It Is understood at Canea that the admirals Invited the Turkish com? mander to reoccupy Malaxa under the protection of the international fleet, with the promise to shell the insurgents should they attack him. But the com. mander declined to make the attempt, on the ground that his troops were too much demoralized. Colonel Vassos says that the block house at Malaxa Is out side the neutral zone, but If the ad mirals had asked that the Turks be allowed to withdraw they would not hn,ve been molested. May Leave the Inharmonious Concert, Constantinople, March 27. It Is as serted here, on what la regarded as re liable authority, that In consequence of the refusal of Lord Salisbury to Jolii in a blockade of Greek ports, Germany has given notice to the powers of her intention to withdraw from the con cert. It is understood that Turkey sent her squadron through the Dardenelles on the advice of Germany. GroelO Going Home to Fight. New York. March 27. On board the French line steamship Champagne, which sailed today for Europe, are 150 Greeks, who are going home to fight against Turkey If called uppf), They were given an enthusiastic farswglj by their compatriots In this city. If you have eve- seen a child in the suony of fnap, you can appreciate the gratitude ot i hi' mothers who know thatOno Minute Couvli fitire reliovos their littlo'onesns ouiok- ly as it la administered. Many homes in tills city are never witliout If. u, li. iiagenuuen Tho Mlaslstlppl Flood' Iteceetng, Memphis, March 27, The big river continues to fall slowly and the flood situation In Arkansas opposite this city is somewhat Improved. At Cairo the river is reported stationary and at points all along the Ohio the water has fallen considerably since Thurs day morning. Unless a big volume of water should come down Into the Upper Mississippi from the northwest It is believed the worst of the flood Is over. It is surprising wbaat "wee bit of a thing" can accomplish. Sick headache, constipa tion, dyspepsia, sour stomach, dizziness, are quickly banished by DoWitt's Little Karly Risers. Small pill. Safe pill. Best pill. U. II. Uaganbuch. T)es!ructlvn Front in tlie South. Nashville, Maroh 27. Heavy frosts are refuted from all over Tennessee, north Georgia and north Alabama. Peach, plum and pear trees throughout this -region were In full bloom, and the probability Is that those fruits are killed, entailing large losses. "For three years' I suffered from Salt Rheum. It covered my liap48 to such an extant that I could' not wah them. Two bottles of Burdock Blood BUtors cured me." Libbie Young, Popes Mills, St. Lawrence Cotiuty, N. Y. Sending 'Cotton (foode to China. Manchester, N. II., March ST. The mills here are making large quantities of cotton goods for th,B Chinese trade. Five hundred bales of goods were ship, ped to China this week via Vancouver, U. C and other prders will be filled as soon as possible. The Weather, For eastern New York, eastern Penn sylvania and New Jersey, Fair, but partly cloudy; southerly winds; slight change In temperature. Don't allow the hums to bo iranalred bv tho OHiUnuomlriltatloii of a cough. It Is outer to prevent oonsumptiuu than to cure il. One Minute Couah Cure taken esrlv will wurduil any fatal lung trouble. C. H, Ilsgenbuch. Another Cub4ii Kapodltlon Safe, Tampa, Fla., March 27. Colonel Figueredo, the Florida delegate of the Cuban junta, has received information that the expedition which sailed from punta Gorda last Friday night landed safely on the northern coast of Cuba on Monday morning. Pr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup brings iiutaut relief in cases of asthma, bronchitis, and all throat and lung diseases, down to the vory border land of consumption. MI nun HOST FAMOUS OF REMEDIES m TMGRESS Dr. G 's Nervura of a Great Harry Hunt, Manager of the Bridgeport Morn ing Union, and Composer of "Soldier Boy in Blue," Made Weil by Nervura. Hakiiv I. Hunt, the When people aro sick, ailing or out of ordor, they dosiro to take a remedy highly recommended, ono which is suro to do tbom good ; hence the magnificent testimonials and rccominondations of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy by our most prom inent and well known people in public and privato life, influence overybody to use this acknowledged gieatost and grandest of medicines, We now add to the list of well known poople cured by Dr. Grecno's Nervura, tho famous composer of that most popular national song, "The 8oldier Boy In Blue," Uarry I. Hunt, who has appropriately de dicated his song of tho American soldier to Gan. Nelson A. Miles, Commander of the U. S. Army. Mr. Hunt is manager of the news paper "Bridgeport Morning Uuion." Ho says : "Bcgaiding tlie good effects of Dr. Grecno's Nervnra blood and nerve remedy, I cannot say enough. I bad been working a good many hours a day and I was so run down that I felt something should bo done at once. I had read so much of Nervura that I tried a bottle, to find its effect so wondrously bene ficial and strengthening that I tried a second bottle, with the result that X am fully re stored to health, my nervousness has disap- ficared nnd I feel a hundred per cent hotter n ovory way. I can recommend Dr. Grceno's Murderous Ilobbors Sentenced to Doatli, Brussels, March 27. Tho trial of Courteols, a former commlsary of po lice; Devos, a coal merchant, and Ites tlaux, a gas fitter, charged with the murder in April, 189G, of Baroness Kerry, a wealthy widow of good posi tion, who was found strangled In her bed at her residence In this city, ended yesterday. Courteols and Itestlaux were sentenced to death and Deypgi was acquitted. The murderors . ob tained a quantity of jewelry and plate as the fruit of their tylme. Something to Know, It may be worth something to know that tho very best medicino for restoring the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor Is Electric Bitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to tho norvo centres in the stomach, gently stimulates the Liverand Kidneys, and aid these organs in throwing off impurities in the blood. Klee trio Bitters improves the appetite, aids diges tion, and is pronounced by those who havo tried it as the vory best blood purifier and norvo tonic. Try it. Sold for 50c or $1.00 1 or bottle at A. Wasloy's drug storo. New Jersey Sitproine Judge Critically lit, Jersey City, March 27. Supreme Court Justice Jonathan Dixon, of New Jersey, Is lying at his home In thlt city In P, critical condition. A week ago lie contracted a heavy cold,' which de veloped into pneumonia. No need to scratch your lifo away. Doan's Ointment brings instant relief in all cases of Itching Files, Pin Worms, Eczema, King worms, IIlvos, or othor itchiness of the skin. Get t from your doaler. old - smnD sEtmini SHENANDOAH Dental : Rooms, (Tltman's Block) East Centres Strecot. OOioe Hours: 7 a. in. to 8 p. ni. Or. J. W. Angles, late of Beading, Manager. NOTICE J pr. a. 8. HRrlley U rtlll eon netted with tlie ettablishment. ..ALL KXAMINATI0N8 PltKK... Wo make all kinds of plates. Geld Crowns Aluminum Crowns Logan Crowns. Crown and Bridge work and all operations that per tain to Den till Surgery. No charges for extracting when plates an ordered. We aie the only users of vitalised air for the painless ox traction of teeth. Evan J. Davies, UVBItY AND Undertaking ! 13 N. Jardin Street. Cures til Newspaper Famovs C'OMrosiut. Norvura without hesitation." If you need a spring medicine, if you aro run down, weak, norvous, dispirited, tire easily, wako mornings fatigued, liavo rheu matism, neuralgiaor headache, In fact, if you aro out of order and lack your old timo vim, energy and power, take this sure restoratlvo. Dr. Grcono's Nervura blood and nerve rem edy. It is just what your syistoin requires, at this season, for it makes strong and vigorous nerves, pure, rich blood, gives sound sleep, good digestion and perfect action of liverand kidneys. In this wuy It thoroughly cleanses tho system of all Impurities, purifies the blood and makes you strong and well. Use Dr. Greene's Nervura now. It is not a patent medicine, but a physician's prescription, the discovery of tho most successful physician in curing diseases, Dr.Grceneof 35Westl4th St., New York City, and bonce must of neces sity bo perfectly adapted to cure. Dr. Greene can be consulted frco, personally or by letter, in regard to any case. Nothing to pay for consultation, examination or advice, nnd the low price of his wonderful health-giving medicines places a suro cure in reach of every body. Call upon or write Dr. Greeno if you are sick. Dr. Greene's Cathartic Pills aro the sure euro for biliousness and coustination. the perfected result of Dr. Greene's long years of practical experience, small, sugar contcd.casy to take, certain and pleasant to act. Convicted of rmmlon fraud. New York, March 27. Jesse C. Hauze, who has served terms as justice of the peaceof HoboUen,N..T.,nnd has also for years been a pension claim attorney, was last night convicted In the United States court of having sent falsely certified papers to the pension bureau In connection with the claim of Anna S. Hedges. On account of the prison er's advanced age there was a strong recommendation, to mercy. Hauze was oommltted to Ludlow street jail to await sentence. The Grandest Remedy. Mr. K. B. Greeve, merchant, of Chilhowie. Va., certifies that lie had consumption, waR given up to die, sought all medical treatment that money could procure, tried all cough romedies lie could hear of, but got no relief: spent many nights sitting up in a chair; was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and was curod by u&e of two bottles. For past three years has been attending to busi ness, and says Dr. King's New Discovery Is the grandest remedy over mado, as it has uoiio h much tor mm and man lor others in his oommunity. Dr. King's Now Discovery is guaranteed for Coughs, Colds and Con sumption. It don't fall. Trial bottles freo at A. wasiey's drug store. Kngliind'B lrat Htafplrcliase. Liverpool, March 27. The grand na tional steeplechase, the great steeple ehase pf the year, was nm at Aintree, near here, yesterday, and was won by Mr. II. M. Dyus' b. g. Manifesto after an exciting race. Filbert was second and Ford of Fyne third. The race was for 2,000 sovereigns (Inclusive of it trophy of the value of 100 sovereigns), the second horse to receive 300 sover eigns and the third 200 sovereigns from the stakes. There were 29 starters. I had severe attacks of gravel and kidnoy trouble; and unablo to get a medicine or doctor to cure mo until I used Hop Bitters, and they curod mo in a short time. A DisTiNauistiBi) Lawvbb of Wayne Co., N. V. Colorless and Cold. A young girl deeply regretted that she was so colorless and and cold. Her face was too white, and her hands and feet felt as though the blood did not circulate. After one bottle of Hop Bitters had been taken she was the rosiest and healthiest girl in tlie town, with a vivacity and cheerfulness of mlud gratifying other, friends. Ohloago riiullU ilarred Out, Chicago, March 27, The election board yesterday decided that the Peo ple's party in this city la not a party under the law, and refused to allow the nominees of the party's conventions to go on the official ballot. The Peo ple's party Indorsed In convention the regular Democratic candidates for city and town offices. Many cases of "Grippe" have lately beeu cured by One Minute Cough Cure. This preparation seems especially adapted to the uure of this disease. It acta quickly thus preventing serious complications aud bad effects iu which this disuse often leaves the patieut. ('. II. Uagoiitiucli. Xoteit l'lPicli An jut. Deiul, Paris, Manh 7. i: lmund Charles yon, the m M l.'ic n li't-enh etcher, engraver nnd i i :t i. - dc-tul. Jle was born In ril.i il icli 31, IS It. As a painter his taste ran carefully to land scape work, and he;e he u.-sed a deli cate brush, but he was more uniformly successful in 1 is etch'ng. He received medals fur bin engravings in 187 and 1874. Dili &ut Cut Hit I.evve. Arkansus, City., Ark.. Match 27. The report that the DcMia levee hoard cut or ordered cut any levee Is absolutely false. Water from the Modoc break t the Laconla levee from the rear at the weakest point. Only Nino Pages of the Measure Disposed of Yesterday. WRANGLE ON A POINT OF ORDER. It Took Three Hours to Dispose of the Matter A Southern Member Wants the (Jonstltutton Amended to I'erintt an In ooiiio Tux Civil Service In the Senate. Washington, March 27'. The tariff bill was thrown open for amendment under the five minute rule In the house yesterday, but seven weary hours at work only serve to dispose of nine of the 162 pages of the bill. All the amendments offered by the Democrats were rejected. Three slight committee amendments were adopted, and also an amendment offered by Mr. Mahany, of New York, to increase the duty on white lead from 2H to 3 cents per pound, the rate in the act of 1890. The present duty Is 1 cents. Mr. Mahany said the Increase was ashed for by a concern which was Independent or the lead trust. It was adopted by a, strict party vote. The discussion covered a wide range of political topics, and at times was both Interesting and ex citing. By far the most Important feature of the tariff discussion was the attempt of Mr. Dockery of Missouri, Mr. Cooper of Texas and others, backed by the en tire opposition, to secure a vote on an amendment offered In a multitude of forms which provided that In case any article made dutiable by the bill was controlled by a trust or combination the duty upon such article should be suspended. Mr. DIngley made the point of order that the amendment was not germane to the dutiable list, and would not be in order until the free list was reached. For almost three hours this point of order was fought over and made the subject of criminations and recrim inations. The Democrats contended that if the amendment was ruled out It never would be voted upon, as the free list, In- all human probability, would not be readied before the final vote was taken. The chair sustained the point of order. An appeal was taken, but the choir was sustained by a strict party vote. An amendment to the cotton sched ule has been agreed upon by tho Re publican members of the ways and means committee, and doubtless will be adopted by the house. Underwear valued at less than $1.60 per dozen has been rated at 33 per cent ad valorem n the DIngley bill, which s the Mo. JClnley rate. The present rate is B0 per cent, and on representations that quantities of these goods, cheaply made in Switzerland, are being imported into the country the CO per cent duty will be retained. Rough material for eye glasses and spectacles worked Into the form of discs have heretofore been admitted free, but in the new bill a duty has been placed upon them. The committee has learned that all .of tho discs used In this country are Im ported, and they Will be returned to the free list. Representative Griggs, of Georgia, Introduced a resolution providing that pleasures be taken to have the con stitution amended as to give congress the power to impose and collect an In come tax, without regard to tho pro portion to tho census or enumeration provided for In the constitution. Another brief discussion of civil ser vice nffalrs occurred during the brief open session of the senate yesterday, Mr. Galllnger, of New Hampshire, again criticized the civil service com mission for alleged absurd require ments of weight and size of applicants for office. In this connection the sen ator declared that Phil Sheridan would never have served the government If he had been subjected to civil service requirements. A resolution was adopted asking the president for Information as to the death of two American sailors at San tiago de Cuba; also resolutions asking the attorney general for information of any proposition to sell the Union Pa cific railroad. Owing to the public de mand for copies of a recent decision of the supreme court sustaining the anti trust law as applicable to railroads it was determined to print the majority rind minority opinions aa a senate doc ument. The senate adj.ournetl until Monday. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your tiro Away. If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forovor, be mado wol), strong, magnetic, full of now life and vigor, take No-To-Bac, tbo wondpr-worker that makes weak men strong. Many gain ton pounds in ten days. Ovor 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bao from your own druggist, who will guarantee a cure. 50o or 81.00. Booklet and sample mailed freo. Ad. Sterling Eemedy Co., Chicago or Now York. Opposing Missouri's Itnce Track Rill, St. Louis, March 27. The bookmak ers and gamblers are making a bitter fight to have the "breeders" bill, as It Is called, vetoed by Governor Stephens. The bill provides that no track shall have races for more than 90 days dur ing the year. It prohibits night rac ing, and practically limits gambling to 90 days at the fair grounds. Klietiiiiatlsm Curod iu n Day, "Mystic Cure" for Bhetimatism and Neu ruluta va.ltmill,, .,.-., , .1 t. . action upon the system is remarkable and lujTBioiiuuD, ji juiuuvuB aL ouue rue cause anu the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits, T, I Anthony, ex-I'ostmaster of Promise City, Iowa, says : "I bought one bottle of Mystic Cure' for Rheumatism, and two doses of it did me more good than any medicino I overtook." 7U cents. Sold by C. II. Hageubuch, druggist, Shen andoah. Penna) Iranian In the I"rt Kmbassy. Washington, March 27. Edgar Thom son Scott, of Philadelphia, has been nominated as second secretary of the embassy at Paris. Mr. Scott was rec ommended by the Pennsylvania sena tors and the delegation from that state in the house. He is a son of the late Thomas A. Scott, former president of the Pennsylvania railroad, and a real dent of Phlladeluhl.a. .CHASES Blood?fHerveFood ...,f?r Woak and Run Dwn People. WHAT T IS I ?he richest of all restorft. ' ' 1 ' I tlve foods, because It re places the essentials of life that are ex. tiausted by disease, indigestion, high living, overwork, worry, excesses, abuse, etc WHAT IT DOES! y making the blood iniiiHl ll UUtOI pure and rich and the digestion perfect-It oreates solid flesh, muscle and strength. The nerves belug wade strong-the brain becomes active ami ylear. It restores lost vitality, stops all wast ing drains and weakness in either iexand as a female regulator lias no equal, f'rloe SOo., orflve boxes $2.00. Druggists or by mail. We pan help you. Advice and book. free. Wrlto Us About Your Caso. I ,.,THE DR' 0HA8E COMPANY, MiaChBBtnuttitroot, l'hlludulphla. Lost Appetite. 001D SOT EAT TiTlflST TEMPTING DISHES. Many Stays Without any Food at Square Maais a Bay Hcw ef the uhange. J"Vem the Leadrr, Vor the restoration of an appetite vrl-ich lias been impaired or lost through sifKnc , no remedy can compare in eil'eciin iicSN null Dr. Williams' l'ink I'ills fur 1'nlo IVopK Thii ntatement is substantiated by t'i.- p -rieni'e and declarations of met and t onion with whom these pills have licrnmiMi hn-w- hold medicine. Among tho nn nv iio o i I otTiv li'itimony to this naui. "!.. 1 1 . -r:v "( Rr. Williams' Pink Pilta is C m t 1 II 1 Jr., !' lives at No. lit N..ru i .Mi.i-t, Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Mur,'ii!l ' i tr.is agent on llie Lake fili iro i", I 1 1. n i Southern Railroad, and Ins ti mlory c u i,Jn from Cleveland to Toledo. Like tlioiivaiidn of others who owe their health and ii;or tn Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, Mr. Mnrsliall never hesitates (o sing their praises, in his case it was necessary tn uso only a few boxoi of tlie pills to restore him to the full posses sion of bodily health. His di'e-th c on;atis had become almost useless through a long and serious illness, but in a surprisingly brief period, through the aseney of this wonderful medicine, they were c.ipiiMc of again performing their functions in a regu lar and perfectly satisfactory manner. In narrating his experience with them Mr. Mar shall said : "Lost spring I was taken sick with inflam matory rheumatism, and my entire system wits affected. To relieve the suflerlng it was necessary to paint mo with iodine. After three months treatment I became con valescent, bnt the attack had sapped my strength and left me extremely weak and feeble. I could scarcely lift an arm or a leg. Tliis weakness permeated my entire system, and applied as well to my stomach and di- festive apparatus as to my limbs. I soon Ucorcred that I had lost my appetite almost HOP BITTERS THE BEST OF For over 25 years it has been curing thousands of casea of Biliousness, Sndlgssilon, Stiafarte, Siervsus Prostration, Kidney Troubles, &&. II Purifies the Bleed, Gives you an Appetite, and Helps yeu Bigsst what you Eat. Take It now and get your system in shape to stand the cold weather. PRESCRIBED BY ALL EMINENT PHYSICIANS. HOP BITTERS CO., IMEAni YORK. Sold by P. P. D. KIRLIN, Shenandoah, Pa. "WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES." GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF 3or3etlraeBnoel a reliable, monthly, regulating medicine. Only harmlusacd the purest drugs should be used. If you want tho best, get Or- FssS's Penisjrea! PilH They ara prompt. Bile and certain In resn't. The eenulne (Dr. r.xil'a) DTr dlein. nolut. Bent anywhere, 81.00. Address eal Mebicinr Co., C'levoljnd, O. ForSale by P. p. D. KIRLIN, Shenandoah.JPa. .'!:i'iililiiMlllilllllliUlllfllHllllllllllllllllllli!lliIIIIiHllllilllllM m&8 WOKS EN WM READ 1 ure tho J? formed m 111 ;i M II W l 1 5 FOB SX,E EVER-yWHEKE. SlliiiliilllilllilllllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillllllillililiiiiiJiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii PHILA l READING RY IN KFFEOT MAROH 27. 187. Trotna leavo Shenandoah as follows : Kor .New York via l'liiladelnhla. week dv. 210, 5 25, 710 a. in., 12 33, 3 06 und5 58 p. n 3UI4UI.VH, ii IU . 111. For New York via Mnuch Chunk, week day 9 25, 7 10 a. m., 12 33 nnd 3 03 p. ra. For Heading and Philadelphia, week dny 2 10, 5 36, 7 10 a.m., 12 33, 3 03 and S 58 p. m. Sue iiiiya, 4 iv , in. For Pottsvllle, week days, 2 10; 7 10 a. m., and 12 38,8 0) and 5 58 p. m. Sundaye, 2 10 a. m. For Tamamia and Mahanoy City, week dav. 2 10,5 25, 7 10 a. m., 1238, 3 08 and 5 58 p. a Sundays, 210 a. m. ror wunnnisport, sunntiry and l.ewlsburj week days. 3 25. 11 80 u. m.. and 7M n n- Sundays, 3 25 a m. For Muliauo) Plane, woekdaya, 2 10. 3 X, 5 2t 710,1130a. m., .283, 3(8, 5 68, 7 35 and 9 f p. m. sinnliiyn, l io, a tan. in. For Ashland and Sliamokin. wek ilara. m 710. 1130 u. in.. 7 28 and 91W n. m ,, days, 8 25 a. m. For lialtlmore, Washington nnd the Wwt vl. I). A O. H. It., through trains lea-, Knadliii Terminal, Philadelphia, (1. Sc ll. 1 X.) ot 3 3C 7 55, 11 If, a. m., 3 10 and 7.27 p. i. Sunday. 8 20, 7 00, 11 26 a. m., 3 and 7 27 p. m. AdHl ituimi irauie irum x wcny-iourT,n anu Unas! nut streets station, week days, 10 80 a. m. 12 2C 1216 8 40 p.m. Sundays, 1 38, 8 28 p. m. TRAINS FOR SIIENAJTOOAH. Leave New York vio Philadelphia, nasi days, 4 80, 8 00 a. in., 1 30, 4 80, 9 00 p. in. an' night. Sundays, 6 00 p. m. Leave New York via Mauch Chunk, wee! days, 4 80. 9 10 a. m.. 1 30 and 4 16 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, lteadhig- Terminal, went u?, ,,ow, . 111. ana fis, esj, i; a p. iu. Sundays, 11 30 p. m. ,,VV' Reading, week day,, 1S, tlO, 10 Ot 11 55 a, m., 600 and 8 20 p. in. Sundays, 1 86 a. a Leave Pottsvllle, week days, 2 86, 7 40 a. m 12 80 and 612 p. m. Sundays, 2 86 a. m. Leave Tamaqua, week days, 8 18, 8 60, 11 li t m., 1 27, 7 Maud 9 48 p. m. Sundays, I IB a. n, Leave Mahanoy City, week days, i 46. S 21 U 47 a. m., 2 08, 7 11 and 10 08 p. m. Sundays. 8 it a, in. Leave Mahanoy Plane, week days, 2 40. 4 Of 680, 9 8T. 11 W a. m., 1 12, 1 19, 5 20, 6 88, 7 57 p ... Sundays, 2 40, 00 n. in. Leave wllltamsport, week days, 7 12, 10 10 t m., 8 35 and 11 41 p. ra. Sundays, li 15 p. m. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, Leave Philadelphia Chestnut street war! au South street wlia.f for Atlantic City. Weekdays Kipreas, 900 a. m., 200, (Satur days only, 8 00), 4 00, 600 li. m. Accommoda tion, 800 a. ra., 6 15, 680 p. m. Sundays Rxpress, 900, 10 00 a. in. Accom modation, $00 a. in., 4 15 p. m. Returning; leave Atlantic Oity depot, corns Atlantic and Arkansas avenues. Weekdays Rxureas, 7 85, 9 00 a. m., 8 80. 6 80 p. in. Accommodation, 4 25, H 15 a. m., 4 10 u in Bu.idays-EMiM.Bs, 4 00, 5 80, 8 00 p. m. Aceora' mndation, 7 15 a. in , 4 15 p. m. Parlor Oors nn all emnw trains millions of Dollars Go np in moke, every year. Take ot rinks but vet your houaes. stuck, fur niture, etc., Insured in nrat-ehtsa re liable companies u represented hy DAVID FAUST Ins"ancc Afreni, UilYlU riVUOl, 120 South Jo rd... S Also Life and Accidental Compaul ef Four derclaiut, Ohio. hi completely as thnntrh I never had one. I h.id !( ilenire whatever to partake of any iiniir liiiient, and the mi I lira I result was that toy i i mi li epnee wius extreme! slow, at,d li i v p ' ieared that I was pmn to suffer li rel ,j ir Call prey tn ntiotln r .ulment on a-cni Mt I inv deliilitoti d oiiii'inmn " Mtiey .1 !:iy I would not tike t-ny nour-i-linic,it, i 1 whenever I d'l (he quantity t i't t 'itifieaiil to ni.iteri i'ly hasten !i ! n ' ii. lit. Ti inptim; d.-'ies were I'. . .1 ' n i e.but I ( ould nut toneh them. I Im.'iii I i I e.tnie more ir l-s -I'-trmed as ui.l my inning and one diiyn: iietlursug pest, d th t" i ' lifcsc of smiie of Pi . Williams' l'ink I'lIK ler tiie. They had been reeorn imndiil to In r by a neighbor who regarded tin in if. no 1 ' i r i r short of miraculous, and dwell mi i in liii-iaHlicitlly on their excellent qtiHlilic- tlu.t mother was pi rsu ided to try them. Tl'i re i not mui It more to tell now, fir 1 i1' m 'r le"k like n man who cannot eat three or Inni i jliiire meals il il'iv, do I ? "Tlnee I ,m . of lr. Williams' l'ink Pills fixed me up - tnd as adollnr. ami they wiil do the hnnie f-.r anyone else, I am sure. It wis not lot),' ufter I began to tine the pills that I could feel myself improving. My strenL'tli beau to return and so did toy ap petite, nnd 1 was on the road ncnin in a short time. Tlntt is my experience, and I am ilatl to give it for the benefit of others who may have lost their appetites through sickness." Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills contain nil the ele ments necessary to give new iife and richness to tlie blood and restore shutti red nerves. They are sold in boxes ( never in loose form by the dozen or hundred) at 50 cents a box, or six lioxes for i2.60, and msy be had of all drug gists or directly by niHtl from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. p. ALL TfiOS. :: : progressive aim Keep nilormeU or Vrirltl'a PrnnrnaH Tlio uroll 1 ,, I: and thrifty House-wlfo will AH Can Eat The Gauss RAINBOW LINIMENT 1 in the house, as a standard remedy for 3 Sprains,' Bruises, Cramps, lUieumallsin, a and all aches and pains. E Price 25 cts. and SO ctg. per t.ottle. E Prepared by II. J. HACKF.TT J. CU., Phi'mUlDlilj. peppa. Railroad, SCUUYKILL L-IVISION. January (18. 1897, Trains will leave Shenandoah after tho above date for Wigtrans, Ollberton, Praokville, Dark Water, St. Clair, Pottevllle. Ilamburg, Readlne. Pottstown, Phoenixville, Norrlstown and Phil' adolphin (Uroad street station) at 6 03 and 1103 a. m. and 4 20 p. ni. on week days. Kor Torts vllle and Intermediate stations 9 17 a. m. SUNDAY. For Wlggans, Ollberton, Fraekvllle. Dark. Water. St. Clalr.'PottsvlUe, At 0 089 45 a . m7 d 810 p. m. For Hamburg;, Reading, Pottstown, Phoenixville, Norrlstown, Philadelphia at 6 18. 1 45 n. in., 3 10 p. m. ' .J.llna lve Fraekvllle for Shenandoah at 10 40 a. in. and 1231, 641, 7 52 and 10 47 ml Sunday, 11 18 a. in. and 5 41 p. m. LaveJ Jl'iL" '"r Shenandoah at 10 15 p. m. week doys. Sundays leave at 0 50 a. m. JL'"?Vi-Mr?,; kree! ton, PhlladelphhClor Sea Girt, Asbury I'ark, Ocean Grove, Lonr nh, and intermediate stations, S.i6 11.11 a. m. ,3.80 and 4.00 p. m. week-days. Leave Broad Street Station. Philadelphia, FOR NEW YORK. Express, week-days 3 20, 4 On, 4 50 5 15 6 50 7 88. S 2", 8 38, 9 60, 10 21 (Dl.dnK CarT 11 a m 12 00 noon, J2 85 (Limited IMMdiziB ' Dining Cars), I 10, 230 (Dlnlmr Car) 820 350 Car), 5 20, 5 56, (Dining Car , 6 35. 6 50. 8 12. 10 (fl p. m., mui night. l"-rt,r,,M r,,r 11. ... ...i.i , . .r . " cuange, ll uua 111. . L. V . . , " " " 1 u N AND TUB SOUTH. V",B .rV'',41 al ' Oongrewlonal . iv i V' ana i uo night week days. Sundays, 8 50, 7 20. 912. 11 M a! J , . 4 41, (6 18 (fei'igreiioru. limited, Dining Car , 666 (Dinimr Murl jiT - (Dining Car) and 12 06 nlghl " FOR ATLANTIC CITY. T.t.nvn lt,..,L a....., ,..,iA -,. .... y , - wuu, -m.aaeipiiia tvla Delaware river bridge), express, 762 p. m. 1 kTl nn i ?, "treeta Fcr.ry' "P". 8 50 a m., 2 00, 4 10, 1.0 p. m. Sundays, 8 45, 9 46 a. m Acoimiio. ution, 8 00, 8 20, a. ra , 3 20 and 4 20 IdVaTp1:"- 8u"d"'' 8 ' nFnr S1-. M,Jrl Agl"sea, Wildwood and Holly Beach, ltd Sea Isle City, (Xvan City and Avalon RtitMw, ni .. ... ' . ,w. . " ul . days. HundajT-iooVuK ' ' w m weeK Fur Hoillltrft If.t.tt IV. . o ... ni. week days. Huudaji 8 45u m. . H. ilimUIKMIK. ' Oen'l Manager. ci'i .ri IVias'g'r Agt A genuine welcome waits you at JOE WYATT'S SALOON, Cor. lain and Coal Sta. J',S, whiskeys, iMrs, porter and ale and c?gars " holoe empwance drlnki