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i a J 8 1 1 IvTl CtlLl l sr viti.Hiini) ihiii tue Nes Tint's Fl! lo Print." 'llbllsliro i rv i vi nuiir. W nuw o . Hnutli liirilln ilrcit, Stifiiivn'f.iiili I'm LONt lHVIMNCr. Ti l l.PtlONI;. 'lie Herald Is dillv rid In Hhrniiinlnn'1 nml the HtirrnoMd'nflf towim for l fciitMH i-k, pay able to tin- carriers. Ily mml ".'I on a y. iir, or 23 cents ft mouth payable In kImiiici- Ail vertlsoments charged nororiHujr u npneennd poslltui Tn" imhlhhrfii rwnc the right to han'' the p itbn f alprtlemont win '-v rthf puMli' itlmi f ncwi di'iimnd It. Tlir right I" n-iorvil (" reject nny adv. r'i-t mi nt whether paid furor not, that tin- puliililii'm "' li' m improper Adver tising 't' mini" known upon implication. 5ntcr. (1 nt tlic po t ofTlrr t Shenandoah, Pn , as second cla.n mall m ittnr. MuNDW JANUARY 30 in riD milMTDV . r.liet T rtd nrtA CrtrfVfr Tiik Hkrylp's subscription list ,llll IL III'llllIIV llllllll III! 1' I II1ILV ILII11 O..... 1.... TI...... ..J. added to the list. The people s favor ite puper never uie buck ward. Mk Bl sinks Man, you who have property, are interewted In the chem ical engine. Then give the Rescue boys a portion at least of your haul ing. You will thus be helping along a good cause. No better indication, says the Pitts- l.llfi Taanntfili P tliti ufaoanra tt trafllo could be alTorded than the statement that passenger crews were taken from the local brandies of the Pennsylvania Railroad last Sunday, with their engines, to assist in mov ing the freight accumulating upon the main line. Truffle of this sort means intense activity of general business and the general prosperity of all Interests. There is abundant evidence throughout the various wards of a nnrnnso on the nart of Oltipiifl tren- erally to give the ticketrecently noin- luuieu uy men ijui il luym bu iiui i. There is no reason why they should not do so. The nominees are good men, who have the welfare of the town at heart, and who will, if elected, perform their duties intelligently, faithfully and honestly. More than that cannot be required, more cannot be expected from any candidate for a public- trust, The Philadelphia Inquirer very pertently remarks : "Isn't the Potts ville Chronicle just a trille illogical in ,,, !,-!..,. 1, H, S,l,ui nt t-l... nl,L kill county courts shall make public the contents of the letters sent to them opposing the granting of liquor licenses and the names of the writers? The Inquirer opposes star chamber proceedings as strongly as any news paper in the world, but it still believes in the secrets of the confessional, the secrets of the physician's office, the secrets of legal counsel and also in the secrets of the editorial sanctum "Would the Chronicle divulge its sources of information in important cases ?" THERE can be no question that public sentiment earnestly demands the abolition of the existing system of handling the public money in this state. There is no sense or justice in requiring prompt payment from the county treasurers while the state treasurer can be a law unto himself, so far as paying back what belongs to the communities where the funds are aised. The people pay the taxes without complaining, and their local treasuries should receive the benellt and not be subjected to unfair regu lations, especially so as regards the school appropriations. The legisla ture should take this matter up at the present session and auiend the law, as demanded by enlightened public opinion. HE appeal 01 me nescue nooK 11 l l.nrlilor t;ninrianv. nnlillsnsd in our edition of Saturday, should meet with a hearty response at the hands of the people of this town, especially tho business men. The members have entailed upon themselves con siderable expense in the equipment of the company, purchasing tlie ohemiual engine without cost to the taxpayers and property owners of the town, and it is but just to the Rescue hoys that they be given proper encourage ment. Pew companies In the state . nro liprtpr eniilimed. and none are ' . -. . . I S 1.1 Itiore eiucieiii. unu uuuru 1110 iiii.dio. They give their services gratuitously; endangering life and limb in the pro- ' tection of others' property. It would Ue a SUU commentary upuu me puu- ple of Shenandoah to allow the chem ical engine to be withdrawn from ail Wba nhinniinv fn Its animal apparat us ior ure ueieuee, uuv na 1 IlUb LUO VlluUtllUliDlUDH. .10 Surely there area number of ate a petition amonir me uumuei Hoc re much in J t ui. ii Pills eaily efficient sat i si i tory prevent a " 'Id or few r cure an JiTer un . k i imu scne. jauihuc i;jiik ifjBU'tn. f rm a nun. Tli out Jlli to but wJU iiuvd's ftiriapsrllla. lln,"ft niniilHelvor to t" 1 1 "lo u"hiiiij Kiiiiiiiiit'tMiir "Uter l"",,l'lp"t ' t knep ll.i' . .Olllldll tl'rtlll (if llnrt-L' (tcmliU wiirU. Wlmwlll takMtliolnHliitlvH ? BATTLE WITH A BIG BEAR. Hrtiln l)mMi1till.v Objected lo llnvlng an t'loorntoil Tool It Pulled. Omaha, Neb., Jan. 3l. An enormous silver tip bear, f renal, d with an ulcer ated tooth whlrli Hit muster wan trying to extract, escaped from lt cage in the OrolRhton theater yesterday and cieated a panic before heliiR captured. In addition to frightening a number of perming, the big bear aerlouily hurt Its mutw, Paul I5atty, badly lacer ated Stagehand MoDunnld, and tme tin.- clothes off Jake Hoxeiithal, man ager of the theater. McDonald was asKliting Hatty to ex tinct the tooth, and a crowd f uu u and boys surrounded the cage of the enraged animal, witnessing the opera tion. The brute was fastened dnw'n with chains and leather bands, but when the trainer touched the ulcerated tooth the bear gave a roar and burnt his bonds like paper. With a sweep of his paw he threw Hatty and Mc Donald to the lloor and turned upon the crowd around the Iron cage. They flaw In every direction, but the cage was demolished In a moment. Manager Horenthnl wan climbing fhto the Mies as the enraged beast passed his hiding place. He made one pass at the manager, and catching his frock coat carried it completely away with him. He tore the shoe from one of Rosenthal's feet, and then passed on In pursuit of the crowd. In the niase of scenery bnck of the stage the bear vented his fury by de molishing everything In sight. By this time the trainer recovered suillclently to direct the heating of Irons to subdue the animal. His roars could be heard for several blocks. He was finally driven Into the cellar of the theater, where, surrounded by a row of redhot Irons, he submitted to being bound. Tell Your suter A bo nitil'iil complexion Is nn Imposslbiliiy wltl out grind pure blond, the sort tint only oxiti In couiioction with tho rihiiI digrtlnu; a 1'onlthy liver and Lowell. Karl's Clover Hoot Tea acts directly nn tlio bowels. ll r and kidneys heeplpg them In perfect liealth. Trice S5 ft-, and 50 cts. Sold by 1'. D, Klrlht and a guarantee. Perished In Hotel Flrn. San Francisco, Jan. 30. The San Hruno hotel, a well known landmark on the San Bruno road, southwest of the city, was burned yesterday, and Matthias Echorn, porter of the hotel, perished In the flames. In his efforts to escape a similar fate J. Kansauer,' a lodger, Jumped from a third story win dow and was severely hurt. The prop erty loss In smalb A Sensible Man Would use Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs. It is curing more cases of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup and all Throat and Lung troubles, than any other medicine. The proprietor 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. MNhnp to tho Transport 'Chester. Savannah, Jan. 30. Depot Quarter master Bellinger last night received a dispatch dated Pablo Beach, Fla., from Colonel Gardner, of the Thlrty-nrst Michigan regiment, on board the trans port Cheater, from this port for Clen fuecos. stating that- when 75 miles south of Savannah the Chester ran Into heavy weather. Part of the deck- load fell In, killing three mules, and the remainder of the deck cargo, of the value 6f nearly $10,000, was lost over board. The deck cargo Included 127 hospital tents, 180 hospital cots and a large quantity of lumber and other supplies. How's This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for my enso of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. P. J. CHENEY & CO, Props., Toledo, O. "We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney or the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and fin ancially able to carry out liny obligations made by their firm. West & TaAUX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waldinq, Kihkas & JlAnvis, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 73e. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hull's Family Tills are the best. Uoay ofPnifl .Tonpsr Cnptirln. New Orleans, Jan. 30. A body found near Fort St. Philip was yesterday identified as that of Captain Sturte vant, the pilot of the launch Paul Jones. From the position and clothing of the body Is Is almost certain he was oft duty and asleep at the time death came, and that the boat was wrecked by an explosion during the night. " How Is Your Wife 7 Has she lost her beauty? If so, Constipa tion, Indigestion, Sick Iloadacbe are the principal causes. Karl's Clover Root Tea has cured these ills for half a century. Trice 25 cts. and 50 cts. Money refunded if results are not satisfactory. Sold by P. D. Klrlln and a guarantee. Tho Clinm For 'KfinllfH Abandoned London, Jan. 80. A dispatch to The Dally News rrom Cairo says that Colo nel Kitchener's column, which was sent in pursuit of Khalifa Abdullah into Kordofan, where he has been making war upon the tribesmen, has abandon ed the attempt to overtake him. Rheumatism Cured in a Day. 'Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and Neu ralgia radically cures in I to 3 days. Its action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the lis ease immediately disappears. The tint dose greatly benefits. 75 cents. Sold by Shenandoah drug store, Shenandoah. t wealthy widow Murdered. Body Chopped Almost to Plocoa and Her Home Robbed. Pana, Ills., Jan. 30. Mrs. Mary Mc- Intyre. a wealthy widow, 60 years old, was found murdered In her home yes terday. The body had been frightfully mutilated with an ax. Mrs. Mclntyre Is supposed to have kept considerable money about her. She lived alone In a small house In the Flatham district near the scene of several fights recently between the striking union miners and negroes working In the mines. It Is supposed the crime was committed two or three days ago. Everything about the jilaie showed that a desperate struggle had occurred. Mrs. Moln tyre's body was found chopped almost to pieces and thrown under a bed. Everything of value had been carried off by the murderers. Mre. Mclntyre Is said to hav; sympathized with the union miners in their struggle against n'-j-'iu labor. l'&MOlt mmAm. UnqutiUfled Buoooaa of Lydla L Pinkhain's Vogotnblo Compound. Mrs. Ei.lzAnETit Wiikklook, Mairno- lla. Iowa, in tho following letter do boribes her recovery from a very criti cal condition: " Disam Mits. PiNKn Am: I have boon Inking your Vcgotablo Compound, and am now ready to sound its praises. It has dono won ders for me in rollovlng mo of a tumor. "Myhoalth has been poor forthrcoyoars. Chan go of life was working upon me. I was very much bloated and was a bur den to myself. Was troubled with smothering spells, also palpitation of the heart and that bearing-down fool- ug, and could not bo on my feet much. I was growing worse all the time, until I took your medicine. After taking three boxes of Lydla E. I'inkhum's Vcgotablo Compound Lozenges, tho tumor pasted from mo. My health has been bettor ever since, can now walk qulto a distanco and am troubled no more with palplta tion of tho heart or bloating. I rec ommend your medicine to all sufferers from female troubles." It Is hardly reasonable to suppose tint any one can doubt tho ofHclenny nf lira IMnkham's methods and mcdl- ;ine in the face of the tremendous vol- line of testimony. PROPOSED LABOR LEGISLATION. Measures a'lmt Will lto Presented to New Jprxoy Lawmaker. Newark, Jan. 30. The New Jersey State Federation of Trades executive committee, at a meeting In this city yesterday, decided on a number of local measures, which will be presented at once to the legislature. They include the. abolishing of the fine system In factories and stores; the fining of any employe who may remove a safety guard from machinery; making eight hours a legal day's work for all per sons who are obliged to attend night school and for all persons engaged on public works; raising the working age of boys from 12 to 14 years; making It compulsory for employers to call In the state board of arbitration when strikes occur, and giving the board consider able power In the way of subpoenaing witnesses and ordering the producing of books; the appointment of two fe male labor Inspectors in' addition to the six males; making eight, full hours a day's work for the Inspectors, and pro hibiting them from engaging In any other business. PARSNIP CMOPLEXION, It does not require au expert to detect the sufferer from kidney trouble. The hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes, the dark, puffy circles under the eyes, the sallow parsnip colored complexion indicates it. A physician would ask if you had rheuma tism, a dull pain or ache in the back or over the hips, stomach trouble, desire to urinate often, or a burning or scalding in passing it j if after passing there is an unsatisfied .feeling as if it must be at once repeated, or if the urine has.a brick dust deposit or strong odor. When these symptoms are present, no lime should be lost in removing the cause. Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of the bladder, inflammation, causing stoppage, and sometimes requiring the drawing of the urine with instruments, or may ruu into Bright' s Disease, the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great dis covery of the eminent kidney and bladdei specialist, is a positive remedy for such dis eases. Its reputation is world-wide and it is so easy to get at any drug store that no one need suffer any length of time for want of it. However, if you prefer to first test its wonderful merits, mention Evening Herald and write to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghainton, N. V., for a sample bottle and book-telling all about it, both sent absolutely free by mail. LIVE STOCK MARKETS. The Receipts or'Cnttlo In Philadelphia and Latent Quotations. Philadelphia, Jan. 30. The receipts of cattle In this city last week were as fol lows: Reeves, 2.535; sheep, 5,300; hogs, 4,700. Receipts for the previous week were: Beeves, . 2,930; sheep, 7,062; hogs, 6,074. Beef cattle were In fair demand and prices closed firm; 310 head of live steers were shipped to London per steamer Mackinaw and 200 head to Glasgow per steamer Austrian. AVe quote: Extra, B9iSc; good, 54Ui6KiP.l medium, 50 lc; common, 49i65Wc Sheep were Inactive, although prices were Arm. Quotations: Extra, 45c.; good, 4U4Vto ; medium, 35iS4c; com mon, 2Vi3Vic.; lambs, 5Q6c. Hogs were In better request and prices advanced. We quote: Best western, 60 5c; other kind, SliSSHc Fat cows were In fair request at 2M llic. Thin cows sold well at tSQIS. Veal calves were steadily held at 4V4 Milch cows were unchanged at $30 to $35. City dressed beeves were In good de nand and prices closed firm at &Q6c. U'lle-Uulun Tomonicos. Havana, Jan. 30. The postal service Jn Cuba Is being vigorously pushed un der the direction of ex-Assistant Post master General Rathboneftind military postal stations, in connection with the New York city postofllce, and having money order and registry facilities, have been ordered established at Pla nting. Santo Domingo. Sagua La Grande and Calbarlen, In Santa Clara province; Batabano and Jucaro, Ha- bana province, ana oania u-ruz, in Puerto Principe province. These make 35 military postal stations In Cuba. Phlladelplilii-HIOporrt AVrostod. Jersey City,, Jan. 30. Miss Mabel Hewltson, 19 years old, of 2149 South Third street, and Horace M. Cornell, 20 years old, of 7S6 MaBter street, Phila delphia, an eleotriclan, are under ar rest at police headquarters on the com plaint of the girl's mother. Mrs. Hew ltson says they eloped from Philadel phia on Jan. 7. Death ol'Kx-oiuitor Winter. La Grande, Ore., Jan. 30 Kx-Unlted States Senator James II. Slater died Saturday night. Deeeased was born in Illinois In 1826, went to California In 1819 and came to Oregon In 1850. In 1870 he was elected to the Forty-second congress and ill 1876 was elected United States senator, where he served until 1885: mm i ' COLORAOO'S IIEAVV SNOW. In Sumo I'lnooM it Hroftkj.tho Itodord For Firteoit YoiirH. Denver. Colo., Jan. 30. The snow storm which had been rnglng 011 tho mountains since early la-.t week has subsided. In some plans the fall of snow Has been the heaviest in 15 years. In and about Lentlvtlle seiloiis results are threatened. The supply of coal and provisions In the smaller mountain towns have become exhausted, and suf fering must result unless the railroads can be opened, flnowslldes are re ported from several places, but only from Apex, where three were killed, hns come Information of casuultl'es. In formation from 'Kokoino Is to the ef fect that great masses of hard packed snow overhangs the town, threatening It with yerlciue damage should they give wny. Kokomo was carried away by an avalanche lit the early '80, and the residents are fed r fill lest this should be lepealed now. The South Park road has been tied up lie t wee n Como and Leadvllle. Several days ago an attempt was made to run a train with provisions westward .through the snow. The train stuck near the Dickey, where it has remulned since. A snowsllde near llngerman tunnel, on the Colo rado M'dland. has' blocked that road west of Leadvllle, and tialns to Clleu wood have gone over the Denver and Rio tlraude tracks, netween Como and Leadllle the snow has drifted tn the cuts to the depth of 30 and 40 feet. The only road running west and east from Lendvlllc thnt has been cleur Is the Denver and Hlo drnnde. Three Killed by nil Avnlnucho. Apex. Colo., Jan. 30. Three lives were lost in a snowsllde here yesterday. The dead nre Mrs. W. II. Rudolph and her two children, need 2 and 4 years. Snow hns falling nlmost continuously during the past week and had reached a 'depth of 15 feet on the mountain sides. The pack gave away yesterday, swept down on the Rudolph home and carried It away. Rudolph escaped, but his wife and three children were swept away In the avalanche of snow. A searching party rescued the G-year-old son alive. The other three have not been found. Another Victim or 1'ootbnll. Springfield, O., Jan. 30. Charles Ort, son of President Ort, of Wittenberg college, died yesterday of spinal menin gitis, resulting from Injuries received In Ust Thanksgiving day's football gamt. The Ravages of flrlp. That modern scourge, the Grip, polions tho air with its fatal gtriiH, so that no home 19 safo from its ravages, but multitudes have found a sure protection against this danger ous malady in Dr King's New Discovery. Whpu.you feel a soreness In your bones and muscles, have chills and fever, with sore throat, pain In the back of the head, catar rhal symptoms and a stubborn colieh you may know you havo the Grip, and that you need Dr. King's Now Discovery. It will promptly euro tho worst rough, heal tho In llamed membranes, kill tho disease germs anil prevent tho dreaded after oll'ccts of the malady. Price BOcts. and $1.00. Money back If not cured. A trial bottle free at A Wesley's drug si ore. President of VNaynn Federation. Manila, Jan. 30. Advices Just re ceived from Hollo, capital of the Island of Pnnay, say that at the election held on Jan. 17 Senor Ramon Melllza was chosen president of the so-called Vis ayan Federation for a term of two years, his predecessor, General Copez (Lopez?), being appointed commander-in-chief of the forces of the revolutlon- nw pnvprnmpnt. Rennr Mellizn. Is kindly disposed to the Americans and I It Is hoped that thf difficulty between the natives and the United States au thorities will bo settled amicably. Never Falls for Coughs and Colds. That's what Tan-Tina is, 25c. At Gruhler liros., drug storo. 12xploslon KIUh I'fiurtt'oirArinerHl Murcla, Spain, Jan. 30. Fourteen per sons were killed yeBterday by an explo sion of gas In the Palla mine, near Ma zanron, 20 miles west of Cartagena. The other miners succeeded In making their escape. A Common Sanger. If you havo ever had a cold whloh you permitted to "wear away" it may interest you to know it was a dangerous proceeding. Every cold aud cough which Is neglected paves tho way lor consumption, bronchitis, asthma or catarrh. Otto's Cure, tho famous German throat and lung remedy, will curu any cough or cold and save you from con sumption. Sold by all druggists. Prices 25c aud 60c per bottle. MoMIHa7VSrm-d"Joiri iffuiTI mil. Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 30. Governor McMIUln has vetoed a bill authorizing Memphis to Issue bonds for park pur poses because the bill allowed the mu nicipal government of Memphis to Issue for park purposes gold bonds, with In terest payable In gold. He says In his veto that he will not sanction legisla tion discriminating against United States legal tender coins. Catarrh is Not Incurable But it can not bo cured by sprays, washes and inhaling mixtures which reach only the surface, Tho disease is In the blood, and can only be roached through the blood. S. 8. S. is tho only remedy which can have nny effect upon Oatarrh j it cures the disease perma nently and forever rids the system oi every trace of tho vile complaint. Ulss Josle Owen, of Montpeller, Ohio, writes: "I tii af flicted from lnfancj with Catarrh, and nn one can know the Buffering it producci better than I. Tht prays and washei gTJV J3yN prescribed by the doe- temporarily, and m though I Used them constantly for ten years, the disease had a nrmer hold than ever. I tried a number ol blood remedies, but their mineral Ingredlenti settled In mv bones and gave me rheumatism t was in a lamentable eondttlon, and after ex. haustlng all treatment, was declared Incurable Seeing S, S. S, advertised as a cure for blood diseases, I decided to try n. As soon as my system was under the effeot of the medicine, I began to Improve, and after taking it foi two months I was oured completely, tin dreadful disease wbj eradicated from my sys tem, nnd I have had no return of H." Many havo been taking local treat ment for years, and find themselves worse now than over. A trial of will nrovo it to be the right remedy for Oatarrh. It will oure the most ob stinate case. Hooks mailed free to any address bj Bwift tipeeiflo Co., Atlanta, Ga. S.S.S.rBlood Stomach and Liver Troubles and No Strength to Work. Discouraged and Terribly Kun Down, Weak and Prostrated. Dr. Qroono's Nervura Took Me Out of My Troubles and Mado Me Well. Mr. George K. Learned, Orford, N. II., Deputy Sherlti of the county snysi "I have Keen troubled with chills and malaria, with stomnSh and liver trouble, and I linve hud over twenty doclors nt work at in' rase without receiving any help. I whs terribly run down, weak nnd pros trnted, nnd'witliout strength or ambition to attend to my woik. 1 was pretty well discouraged, but finally hearing how much good Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy was doing, I began to use it. I tell you Nervura Is a great medicine. It took mc out of my troubles and made me well." It cures otners, why not you? Yoiyian consult about your case without charge with Dr. Greene, 3s West 14th St., New York City, either by writing or calling. Probably I'nlnl ItoflorHxprfmlon. Chicago, Jan. 30. Four men wen badly burned, one perhaps fatally, by the explosion of a boiler yesterday In the basement of the Chicago Tribune building. The injured are: Bud Mil ler, fireman, Injuries probably fatal; Charles Ludln, Peter Blege and Will iam Murphy. The men, who had Just completed putting In new grates In the furnace of the boiler, were standing directly in front of the furnace when the explosion occurred, and were cov ered first with live coals, then with scalding water. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Prisoners 1'scnpn. Canjm, O., Jan. 30. Six prisoners es caped from the county Jail yesterday'. They-" were James Sulllvanf charged with highway robbery, and W. H.Cum mlngs, Halph Carnahan, Charles Beed, Frank Hnltor and James Campbell, charged with burglary and larceny. Campbell was a "trusty," and on Sat urday n.fcht pretended to lock the cell doors. Instead he turned the keys with the bolts outside the grooves, al lowing the men the liberty of the cor ridor. The bars of a rear window were sawed nnd the prisoners escaped. 'Tlsn't safe to bu a day without Ilr. Thomas' Eclcctric Oil In the house Novcr can tell what moment nn accident is going to happen. vy nbWAii-tl-ScnlVnjr 1)111. Albany, Jan. 30. It has been decided to Introduce a bill prohibiting the scalp ing or transportation tickets in this state which will meet the objections raised to the statute enacted last year by the court of appeals. That act was declared to be. unconstitutional be cause It violated the personal rights clause of both the state and nation. It Is likely that the ticket brokers of the state will put up a determined fight against the passage of the new measure, and that the contests of last year will be repeated. Who Said They Have a Cough 7 Advice Take Pan-Tina, 25c. At Gruhler Bros,, drug store. 'A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE FUL OP SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH 3 APOLIO The Philadelphia Don't Miss Inquirer FOR Some of the special daily features include A SPORTING PAGIJ, contributed to by a stuff of the best Jportiug authorities.- A TATK PAGE, in which the every happening of interest in every place in Pennsyl i, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland is told by special dispa dies from our 'own vania. correspondents. A WOMAN'S PAGR, where every morning the latest fashions and every feminine interest are cleverly dealt with in profusely illustrated articles. A CAHI.K PAGR, where the doings of our foreign cousins are reproduced in special cable dispatches. ALL THE NEWS, from everywhere, by UlkJHllCtlCS. H1CST OF ALL is. THE SUNDAY Included in The Sunday Inquirer each week is a colortd section, with the best of picture by well-known artists iu brilliant color and softest half-tone. The colored section of Ml... t; i-.. I i : i.j i i uc aunuuy iiupiiicr is inn rouuicu uy any ouicr paper. The Sunday Inquirer Magazine i contributed to by the very best writer?, sueh as Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling, Robert Ilarr, Anthony Hope and Jan MacLaren. Besides-the brightest of short stories and serials, there sre many ai tides by eminent authorities on subjects religions, mechanical, literary and scientific. Then, too, there are puzzles with cash piizes amounting to $50000. If you waul to make your wits profitable gtt the next Sunday Inquirer, If you wont a position in Phiiade'phii, an INQUIRER WANT AD wjiHnc it for you. TUP. PHILADELPHIA JM.UJIRKR ii Pennsylvania's leading newspaper In influence, cnlcipiijc and circulation, ALLIANCE WITH ENGLAND ilrlMMi (Jovrrntnont Ofllelnl Publicly Mnkim the Hlllf ucxt bill. London. Jan. 30. Illght Hon. Walter Hume Long, president of the board of agriculture, addressing the Farmers' club at Newcastle used the word "al liance" In referring to the future re lations between dieat Britain nnd the United States. The frank employement of this term by a member of tho gov ernment Is likely to evoke much dis cussion, not all of which will be of the friendliest character, Inasmuch as seek ing an nlllance to light Hngland's bat tles Is not regarded as the best policy to promote an Anglo-American entente. Mr. Long, who had been dlscUBsing the proposals to establish national granaries, nnd had said "that after all, and In last resort, Hngland's safety de pended upon having a navy strong enough to meet any possible combina tion the nations dmld bring against her," -proceeded as. follows: "I am glad of our Improved relations with our American cousins, because they hnve the true meaning of friend liness. The Americans realize our blood relationship, and have firmly re solved that It Creat Britain Is called upon to face dllllcultles she shall not face them alone, but will form an al liance with her wealthy and vastly populous sister country, the republic of the United States." A PROTEST FROM CUUA. An 1 11 1 111111 1 Ion That American Mo nopolist Would ltuln the t -In ii (1 . Santiago de Cuba, Jan. 30. The Cu bano Libre publishes u long article setting forth Its objections to the pro jects of foreign capitalists for work ing "Cuba's virgin soil," constructing railroads, establishing electric light plants and carrying on similar enter prises. "We do not want any one to Invest capital In Cuba except the na tives," says the paper. "America Is proof of what monopolists can do In ruining a country. The henlth nf Santiago was never better than It Is now. Only ono death has occurred within the city limits dur ing the last five days. Nothing ap proaching' this Immunity Is recorded In the history of the city. The vultures, "which were formerly the city scaven gers, are starving, and now pounce on cats and small dogs a circumstance very significant as illustrating the changed sanitary condition. Tn (Jure a 'Cold In Ouu lny Ts.ko Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tho money If It falls to cure 35c. The genuine has I.. II. Q. on each fablot tf IN KFFECT NOVKMBHR 15. 1898. Passenger trains leave Shenandoah for Penn Unveil Jiliicttiiii, Mnucll Chunk, Leliigliton, Hlatlnetou. White Hall, t'atatmuutln. Allelitown. Bethlehem, Knitnu New York and Philadelphia ai o u, t vi a. 111., 1 1 u anil f 11 p. 111. For WUkesbarrc, White Haven nnd littnton O 2S. 10 IS 11. 111.. 1 00 nnd 0 11 11. 111. For Laceyville, Townntla, Havre, Waverly, IGImlra, HocliCBtcr, ItufTnlo, Alngara Falls, Auburn, Syracuse, lthscn, Geneva "and the West, 10 18 n. m., 1 00 nnd 5 14 i. 111. For HelvUlere, Delawnre Wider Gap and Htromlgburg, 9 28 n. ui Slip. 111. For Liiinbertvllle nml Trenton. 7 19 n. 111. For Jennesville, beviston nml Heaver Meadow, 8 28 n. 111., 1 00 p. in. For McAtlon, Audcnrled, Ilnzleton, Stockton nnd Lumber Yard, 5 28, 7 49, 10 IK u. in,, 1 00 nnd 5 3 1 u m VorJeddo, Drlfton and Freelnnd, S28, 1018 11. 111., u 1 i. jn. j'or niTuimiu, i -n, ju 10 u. in., .1 n ji. m. For Lost Creek, Glranlvllle, and Aslilaml, 4 00, nun x P I". For ltaven nun, Ccntnilln, Mount Carniel and onninoKin, iu u n. 111., 1 .10, ti uf, v p. in, For Mnlinnoy City, Park lince and Delano, 5 28, 7 49, 10 18 n. in., mid 1 '0, 5 11 ii. in. ForYntesvllle.5 2S. 1018n in. Trains will leave Blininokln at 7 00. 9 20 n. in.. 12 iu nun i 'm p. in., nnu nrrivo nt sncuunuonti at 7 49, iu is n. in., l ou, a 1 1 p. in. Lcnvo Hlicnnnuoali for i'ottsvllle. St. Oln'r. Newcastle, Morea nod New Boston, 7 19 and JU jn u. in , unit i w i in Leave l'ottsvlllo for Slieiinndoah, 0 45 a in 12 03. 505. 8 15 n. in. Leave Ilnzleton for Shenandoah, 10 00 n. in.. 1 18, o oj, u 2U, m p. in. SUNDAY' TltAINS. Trnlna leave for Haven Hun, Ccntrnlia, Mt. Cnrinel and Slinniokln. 9 46 n. iu.. 7 21 u. in.. Trains leave Slininokili for alieliamlotth at 8 50 a. in., nnd 5 85 p. in. Leave Slicnnudoah for Yatesvllle, Mnlinnoy City, l'nrk Place, Delano, McAdoo, Audenrled, jiuzieiuu, oiucKion, minuer iani, tYcnincny and Mnuch Chunk. 9 47 a in., nnd A R1 n. m. For Iychlglitoii, Slatlngton, Cntnsaurguu White mm, vuuiuy, rtiiemown, luistou nnu i'liuilps burg, 9 47 a m., and 8 H2 p. m. For New .York nnd liillndelnliin. 9 47n. m. Lenvo Ilnzleton for Slicnnudoah, 8 50, n. m., M. 11. (iUTTEIt, Hupt. Transportation, Suutli Hctlilcliein, Pa. KOLL1N II. WILUUIt, Oeul. Supt.', South Ilethlelieni, l'a. CHAHLltS S. LEE, Genl. Puss. AgU New York, N. Y, A W. NONNKMACIIEH, Liv. 1. A., South JJfthJeheui, Pa. 1899 die full Associated Press service and Special INQUIRER. Miss fiddle Wtrlliclm. apis 14. ff Tn1ii do, 6, was the Wluuer of tlieyirjprizc for execution on ttie vioiiu nt tue llrusscls Conservatory of music. German critics say she is n won derful player. It is the greatest distinction tobe first in any thing. For 11. ,s liistatewcusbip literature, alli- letic9, science tmdntf .ma, n,,,1 women nut forth fhcirgr.-atct efforts. Washington was raid to be "first in war, first iu peace and urst in tue uonrts ot 111s countrymen." It istt great thiui;to be first. Nothing is of more value to mankind and brings (rent er happiness than n good remedy. Jinny ihtUKS will relieve but the one that will r0'1? is best. Brazilian Balm is such a 1 em edy. Teus of thousands have found that .c is thc0;' thing that would cure Ca tarrh and Asthma. ForlSyrs. It has nev er fuilcdiuasluglc case to cure Asthma, and Us record has been as wonderful iu Catarrh. Case9 that had, to nil appearan ces, run into Consumption, or where the nostrils were entirely stopped upor where the poisonous pus had eaten liolen into the throat nn inch deep, or where the stomach had become ulcerated and raw from swallowing the germ-laden matter, were all permanently cured, Such a rec ord, unknown to auv other remedy, just ly entitles the Brazilian Balm to the first place iu tlie regard of the American peo ; de. There are 20,000,000 Catarrh victims mid countless Asthma sufferers iu this copulry, all of whom can be cured with Brazilian Balm. AJ1.00 bottle of Brazil ian Balm contains a month's treatment for catarrh or asMimn, and for 6 months we will wrap with ech $1.00 bottle a, month's treatment of Toxicola Tablets, free. Toxicola is the best tonic and nerve and strength builder known to science. This is the greatest offer ever made. Ask vour druggist and take no substitute. B. K.Jackson & Co., Mfg. Chemists, India zupolis, I ml. SHENANDOAH DUUd STORE, Wholesale Agents Philadelphia & Reading R'y- Engines Burn Hard Coal-No Smoke. IN EFK KOT NOVKMUKR 20, 1B98. rrnWin leave Shcnnndoah an follows: Kor New York via l'hlladetpliln, week 'ayB, 1 10, 5 83, 7 80, fl 53 n. in., 12 26, 8 1 9 nnd C C9 p. m For New Yotk via Mauch Chunk, week uuvh '' 30 n. in., 12 20 and 8 C9 p. m. For Heading nnd Philadelphia, week days, 2 10, 5 38, 7 SO, 9 53 A.m., lis 20, 8 1 9 and 0 C9 p, in. For PntUvllle, week days, 7 80, 9 85 k. in. I 20. 8 09, 6 09 and 1 30 p. m. For Tainaqun and Maliauoy City, week rtayn SO, 9 53 a. m 12 26, 8 09 and 6 C9 p. in. For Willlamnport, Sunbury nnd I-ewleljurx, v.'ek dnys. 11 82 n. m.. 12 20, 7 30 r. ru KnrMaliano Plane, wiekilnys, 2 10,3 27,5 33, .' 30, 9 53, 11 62 a. ill., 12 20, 8 09, 6 09, 7 3 , 9 50 . m. For Ashland and Shamokln, week days, 7 80, 1182 a. ni., 12 26, 309,607, 725 and 05 p. id, For Baltimore, Washington and the West via it. AO. IS. It., through trains lei IU'koIuk rermlnal, Philadelphia. (P. i I. H R.) at 8 20, 1 55, II 26 a. m a 10 and 7.27 p. i-. Sundays, 1 20, 7 00, 11 26 a. in., 8 46 and 7 27 p. in. Add! lonal trains from Twenty-fourth and ( heat mt streets station, week days, 10 30 a. ra. 12 20 1 It 8 40 . ni. Sunday, 1 114. 8 2.1 p. m. TUAINS FOIt SHENANDOAH. Leave New York via Philadelphia, week lays, 12 15, i 80, 8 00, 11 SO a. m., and 1 tS, t 80 00 p.ui Leave New York via Mauch Chunk, veek lays, 4 80, 9 10 a. ui 1 80 p. in. Leave Philadelphia, liedlnB Terminal, v rrk lays, 8 40, S 86. 10 21 a. in. and 136, 4 C6, 6 36. 11 30 p. in Leave Reading, week days, 137, 7 00, 10 08. im 12 15, 4 17. 6 00,820 pja. ' Leave PonsiIleT"wee"KdayH. 7 17, 7 40 a. ni 12 80, I 20, 4 30, 0 10 and 6 60 p. m. Leave Taraaqua. week days, 3 18, 8 86. 1123 .. iu. 1 49,6 66, 7 20,9 41 p.m.. Leave Alnhanoy Clt, week days, 3 43, 9 05, .1 81 a. m 2 22, 5 23, 6 24, 7 44, 10 08 p. Ii. Leave Mahmioy Plane, week Jays. 2 40, 4 00 180. 922 10 J, 12 00, a. m., 239, 536, 0 42 7f& 10 21pm. Leave Wllllamsport week Java, 742, 10 00 a. u.. 1284 and 4 00, 11 30 p. in. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION. Leave Philadelphia Chestnut tlriet worf and loiitli Btreetwhaif for Atlantic City. Weekdays Kipress, 9 00, a. in., 2 00, 4 00, 5 00 p.m. Accommodation, 8 00 a in., 6 30 pm Sundays Express, 900, 10 00 am Accommoda tion, 8 00 a u.. 4 43 p. in. Returning leave Atlantlo City depot, cornet Atlantic am Arkansas avenues. Weekdays EipreM, 7 85, 9 00, a m 8 80, 5 80 p in Accommodation, 8 15 a. re. 4 05 p. m. Sundays Eiprefs. 100, 7 30 p m. Aecommoda tion, 7 15 a. m., 4 13 p. ra For Cape Slay, Sea Islo City and Ocean City Weekdays 9 00 n in, additional fur Cape May, 113 p in., for Sen Isle Cll.. 6 00 p in, for Ocean City, 4 15, 500 p m. Sundays, Chestnut street 915 a ni., South street, 9 00 a.m. Parlor Car on all ennroHs trAlus. "or further Information, npply to nearest Philadelphia unci Reading Railway ticket agent or address t. A. SWKIOABD, IEDbON J. WEEKS Oen'l Hunt., Oen'l Pass'r Am... Headlmr Tnrnilnal PlillariVlnlila. Lauer'sz Pilsner Beer. Needs no recommendation. Put up in bottles for family use and delivered at your home. Lauer's Pilsner Draught Beer Is drank by the majority ot beer drinkers: They are good authority on which is best. Christ. Schmidt, Agent and Bottler, 203 W. Coal Street SHENANDOAH PROFESSIONAL CARDS M. HURICK, ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. Office ICgan building, corner of Main M Contre streets, Shenandoah. pitOF. JOHN JONES, MUSICAL INSTRUCTOR, Lock Box 65, Mahanny City, P. Having studied under some ot the bed waster li London and Parts, will give lessons jn the violin, mandolin, guitar and vocal cullun. Terms reasonable. Address In care of fitrniu h towlm ftlinanrinh. 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