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Kor foriv years I Buffered froiimlclc lieii'l- nclie. A yenr nico I beenn uiltxg Celery Kin Tim fAsnit.ufiM irriitlfvlnir nml RMrnrlslnir. ni lieailnclni leaving at oneo. Tlie linadaclK" used to return uvery seventh ilny, but tliankx fnf'nlnrv Kt'K'. I hllVQ llfld but OHO hCndnollO in the lint el on months. I knowtlint what cured, me MI tielpotliers. Mrs. John 1). Von lfpiirpn. 4i ift..rtles. N. Y. Ccloi Kino conns diseases or tho Ncryev 11 1 i. , . -. .. , I I ' .1 .. . . Unl,l l.i- , 1 ... . . fttatn, 24 mud GQo. 2 LRVERITA THE UP-TO-DATE LITTLE LIVER PILL I CURES Blliousnoss, Constipation) Dyspepsia, Slclc-Hoad - jacho and Livor mm Complaint. SUGAR COATBD. 9old by all druggists or Bent uy man. Ntrlt Medctl C., Chlciro 6c box contains IS pllln. gold by Klrlln'sdrug store, Shennndoah, Pa, B;'!fl;ftn"npiil I O rEKYROYAL P LIS V7tK lia trlUMt. UDisssaksA Drarxtit for Chieh'iler t RnpUiS IHo-J m.ilnrj.j In It Ml .od Uoll tuenll!e ibotM, mlid with bint nnDoo. i ana L D.k... J...MH1. HihlfllM. tltmM and imltationi. Al DrntKial., T .en 4. la lump. Tor partleol.ra, iMttmootala an "ll.ller lor ,-, '-'"" rwr iokiihetrcliimieuiuo.,HiiitoituBf, Mall. Ill.UUW IHumniiu. ' 8o!dDjllUc.lDri.uii. I'llILAUA,! a. rv 11 t a l 8 ST HKITIIInfPVC II o Al US1IU1I1 V J O Specifics cure by acting directly upon the disease, without exciting disorder in any other part of the system. 1 -Fever". Congestions, Innammattons. .25 J-Wormi.WormreTer.WormCoUc... .23 3- Tccihinit.coiio,crying,'WaUefuiness .23 4 Diarrhea, ot children or Adults 25 7 Couuhs. colds. Bronchitis 25 8 Neuralgia. Toothache, Faceache 25 9-llcadnche, sick iicadscho, Vertigo.. .25 10 Dyspepsia, lndlgcstlon,WeakStomach.25 11- Supprcsscd or Painful Periods 25 12 Whites, Too Profuse Periods 25 13-Croup. Laryngitis, Hoarseness 25 14. Saltniicum.Erysipelas.Eruptlons.. .25 15 rtlieumatlsin, Rheumatlo Pains 25 10 Malaria, chills. Fever and Ague 25 19 G'otarrh.lniluenza.ColdlntheHead .25 20 Whooplng-Cough 25 27-Kldney Diseases as 2S-.erous Debility 1.00 30-Urinorytteaiiness,wcttingDod 25 77-Orlp.HayFoTer 23 r t, kMMl V.nii.l nfnll ttlaM... n, WMI. I Druggists or Mallod Free. sold by drugRists. or sent on .receipt -of prrca. 2eTfe? jfc,LCo -WnUamciJohnSU.. ? Kfvttnrip a1 S . . S 5s otate rvr. i M S loruiai g a QrHrrl j ocnuui, a KUTZTOWN, PA. a . Tbo fan term or this famous MM g training scbool for tpneben g I Sfflo.'StrrSi 1 "U to young men and vomeii J g peparlnu for teaclilnB, col- g 1 Inimarn nil new. containing va & spacious and comfortable S J roonis for students, roomy re- S citation balls, steam heated si & throuKiiout.andsmiDiiedwith Re S the latest and best HKbttng S SS and sanitary appliances. St VS T I .. , 1 . . I .. 1 secure a catalogue of the Jg Keystone Normal School. g JS Pow M P. 5phaoffnr Ph n I) n tS PRINCIPAL. . g For full information, catalogue, etc., addres KEYSTONE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, S it ii i ATii WH. rA, I P ennsylvania RAILROAD. 80HUTKIM. DIVISION OCTOBKU 3, 1898. Trains will leave Hheimndoahjtttor tne udo e data for WlRgan, Ulllmrton, rrnckvllle IJ-i Water. (It. Clair. Pottnvllle. Hamburir. lteadtn;, Pottstown, Phoentxvllle. rforrlstown a d lJh a lelphla (Uruul street station) at S 11 and Pitt ft. m.,ilu,o p. m. on wioif nayr. Dimon; 8 05 a. m.. A 2 n. in. Trains leave Krackvllle lor Sbenandnali it 7 as, I140a.ro. and o SO, Tea p. Kunaai 1 1 01 a. in. and 5 S3 ti. in. Leave Pottsvlllu for Shenandoah (vlaFracV- vllle 710, ii su a. m., nio, 7 iu p. m. Hunn lfl B3 a. ni.. 5 10 n. nl. Leuve Philadelphia, (Broad street station), li Bhenandoah at 8 S3 a. ni., i 10 p. ro. weesi day. HnndAvs leave at 6 60 and 9 23 a. m. Lenve Phlladelnhla (Broad street station) foi Pottsvllle.6 80,8 83, 1019 a. m., 180, i 10,711 p. m. weekdays. Sundays. 80, 9 23 a. m, and Diupm, JLeave Broad Street Station, Philadelphia, FOH NKW YORK. f vr 1- .1 - it im i Aft J Jfi ft aa a . 060, 7 33, 8 25, 9 SO, (10 21, dining car), 1100, 1143 in, K 00 noon, 12 35. (Limited 1 00 and 4 22 p ro, dluini; cars), 143, (2 30, dining car), 3 20, 8 AO, 4 02, 5 00, 5 68, (dining car), 6 00, 702, 810, (dining car), 10 00 p. m., 12 01, night. Hundays. 820.403. 143.600. 8 13. 8 23. 9 60. (10 21. dlnlua oar),t0 48, 11 43 a m, 12 00, (dining car), 12 83, 2 tv, (dining carl, 4 02, (Limited 4 23 dining oar). d'mdqo, luining caij, Qt, 7U2, a iu, laimns cari, iu w p. m.ia ui nigni. For Boston without change, 11 Ola m, week days, and 8 10 p. m.. dallv For Sea Girt. Asbury Park. Ocean drove Ixinar Branch, and Intermediate stations. 6 60. 8 80. 1144 a m, 8 SO. 4 02 u lu weelcduva. Hun. days stopsatlnterlakenfor Asbury Park, 830 ' WASHINQTON AND THE SODTD. For Baltimore and Washington, 8 60, f 20, 8 83. 1 n on itm . m 1 9 m f 1 9 m .11 n t .1 , I. dining carl, 813, 4 41, 8 23 Congressional Limited dining car), 5 81, 8 17. 653, dining carl, i7 81 dining car, p m, and 1203 night week ays. Hundays. 8 60, 7 20, 9 12, 11 23, a. ra., 12 09. 1: 112. dining car, 812, 4 41. 820 Congressional .imlted dlnlni- carl, am I D oa aintntr carl. 1781 uininurcnri.n. in., aim uib mem. For Baltimore, accommodation, 9 12 a ra, 1 K ana 4 ot p m weeK aays, a ua auu n io p m uaiiy. WEST JERSEY & SEASHOKE R. It. FOK ATLANTIC CITY. Leave Broad street station via Delaware river uriiiKe lixprcss, v iu am, uo p m weekuays. Suudayu,9 2')a m 703 nm. Leave JIarket Street Wart Express. 9 00a ra, 2 00, 4 00, 8 00 p m weekdays Sundays. 9 0 JO no m (accommodation 4 80 and B 00 p in. For Cane M-iy. Anclesea. Wlldwnnd and Ilnlly Boacli, Sea Isle City, Avalou, and Stone Harbor 'Ksnrrsa 9 00 a ra, 4 00 p ra week days puuua , w a iu, For Homers Point Kxpress, 9 00 a, m 100. 4 00, 5 00, p. m. week days Sundays, 9 00 and .V w aw m. For tickets and other Information anolv to 110KB1 Ogvui. uen'i aianager, uen'l rau'g'r A, I t, (via Ife if K Mallory Lino Steamor Oamo In With Firo in Her Hold. VALUABLE OABQO A TOTAL L0S8 And tho Leonn, Sitnknt HerAVliarfln Now York, In Little Hotter Tlmn ft TVroek Firemen Nnrrowly Eacnpo With Thotr Now York. Oct. 6. The Mallory line steamer Leona was burnod and sunk nt hor wharf In Kast river Inst night. The careo, consisting of tobacco and 8.000 bales of cotton, and valued at $250,000 to $300,000, la a total loss, and the boat Is little hotter than a wrec. It Is believed that the Leona, which sailed from Galveston on Sept. 27, caught fire at sea sevoral days ago, since which time she has proceeded at full speed, with battened hatches, for , this port. At 3:30 yesterday afternoon the Leona came racing up East river to hor pier, where haste was made to debark tho passengers and open the hatches. An hour later an army of men was vainly fighting a flro in tho steamer's hold. Finally tho ship was scuttled. As soon as the Leona made fast to her piOr, about 4 o'olock, tho officers of tho vessel, commanded by Captain Wllbcr, ordered the members of the crew to try to put out the Are In tho hold without calling the fire depart ment. This waB soon found to be Im possible, and nn alarm of Are was Bent In. By 6:30 o'clock ten streams were playing from firs engines and six streams from fire boats. Tho firemen had a hard time to get at the flames, as the boat eamo Into her dock stern foremost, leaving the burning portion foremost, leaving out m u, wator tnrnrnrA hntnhwitv first confined to the forward hatchway, directly forward of the foremast. The hatches being lift ed, a tremendous volume of smoke came out, malting it utterly Impos sible for the firemen to seo. Soon tons of water were Dourlne Into the ,inntT1Brt vpqaal nnrl th nhtn lioirnn tn list to starboard, settling a little as sne aio. so. adouc t o ciock udoui iu firemen, with the chief and deputy chief, were on the boat working to the aterni It was foun(1 to be bey0nd the efforts of the firemen, tnd an order was given to open the foro and aft port nous in oruer io uiiuw mo wuier to enter ana niano ner setue. laa water aireauy pouring into ine uoai was managing to run along tho bilgo keels until It had reached aft, and the ship showed evidence of listing to htarboard. Most of the firemen finally left tho ship by sliding down a hose which was fastened to the wheel. About half a dczon men who were on the starboard side of the boat were unable to cet to the pier and kept right on working as if nothing was happening to en danger their lives. They kept on until tho ship commenced to sink slowly. but surely, until with a final list she sent down. The men were thrown i,,t0 the water. Chief Duane and Flre- umn Thomas McFarland. of encinp No. ,2. had to battle for life, and were ' ... reauueu wiiu uiuiuuuy. jjuuiib ivtia dragged out more dead than nllve. Qf flre boatg engaged ,u the work of rescuing the nremen were nearly carried down by the Blnk Tne cause 0f tne fife is a mystery, The boat left Galveston on wednes dfy, Sept. 27, and made her eight days' run without special Incident. It was said by one of the passengers that three days ago the hatches were bat tened down, and upon questions being put to Captaln wilber ho said tho cause was me high seas. From that time tne snip uaa gone at iuu speed toward New York. The passenger said that on several occasions ho had do- teotod smoke, but had not thought par- -tlcularly about It. as the captain said won. Captain Wilbor denies that the ship wa8 on i,re at gea and gays that tnQ . . ,, . - . ;. . " "t he knew of the fire was when tho hatches were lifted after arrival. a qnmnwbnt similar arnurlanra io. . . . - .v. ww fel the ship in 1898. On May 8 sho left New York for hor trip south, and on the next morning flre was dls thn h and the City of Augusta, which was pas3ng, -was slgnalod for assistance. She took tho passengers and rendered w L.i v. uo.3ioi.tiuv.ti yuaaiutu. upon reacning mis port, on May 10 it was found that 13 steeratro passen gers had been burned to death.. They were found in a blackened heap In the steerage. At that time Captain Wilber was suspended for six months for supposed failure to properly tako caro of tho tire. Volcanic Eruptions Aregrand, but Skin Eruptions rob iile of loy. liucklen s Arnica' salve cures tliem j also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, relons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Hums. Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25cts. a box, ( ure guaranteed. Sold by A. Wasley druggist, Yonterrlriy'i" flnfiebiill Oamiw, At Boston BoBton, 9: New York, 3 At St. Louis Pittsburg, 9; St Louis, 0. At Washington washinKton, 4; Brooklyn, 1. At Cincinnati Louis ville. 4; Cincinnati, 0. At Baltimore (called, darkness) Philadelphia, 2: Baltimore, 2, How la Your Wife? TTttn she lost her beaut v? If 80. Constipa tion, Indigestion, Sick Headache are tho nrinclrial causes. Karl's Clover Hoot Tea has cured these ills for half a century, Price 25 eta. and 50 cU. Money refunded if results are not satisactory. Sold by P. 11. Klrlln on a guarantee. The Snlt Trifht. Detroit, Oct. C The Free Press says: The National Salt company of New Jersey, capitalized at ?12.00Q,000, has secured control of the salt In dustry of this state, and now has al most absolute control of the salt pro duct of the entire company. Stomach Out of Order? Gfi.ii ' t Eat slcep or Work 1 STOMACH TABLETS Create appetite, induce refreshing sleep, and make work a pleasure. One lablct,oue dose. Immediate, Lasting, Agreeable, Large Box III isdicis; io bonis, uaaeat The Johnson Laboratories, Inc , PhlladtlrdiU FOR SAL0 UY ALU DRUQQ1STS. "B9f!SO DEA Kiil-Xe-OMs nro in yollow tablet form put up in "boxes soli for 50o n box at all drug stores your druggist will toll you of euros thoy effected here at homo he will vouch for tho truth of our every assertion. Morrow's Liverlax cures constipation, biliousness, costiveness they sell for 2oc a box at all drug stores. Kld-Ne-Olds and Liverlax, manufactured by John Morrow & Co., Chemists, Springfield, Ohio. FOR SALE BY S. P. "DIRT DEFIES THE KING." 1 HEN IS GREATER THAN The prcat remedy for nervous organs 01 oitncr sex, sura as Impotency, Nlchtly Emissions, Youthful Errors, Mental worry, excessive usu of Tobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. With every If5 order wo BUaranteo to cure or refund the money. Sold at $1.00 per box, C boxes for $5.00. Jilt. HIOTT'S CHIS.-lICAli CO., Clcvcluud, Ohio. AFTER USING. For Sale toy 'YOU'LL QET ALL THAT'S A-COMING TO YOB." If, when contemplating a trip to any point West or Southwest of tho Mississippi River, you will purchase tickets via the Missouri Pacific Ey or Iron Mountain Route (which nro on salo at all principal ticket olliccs In the United States), you will have all tho comforts and luxuries of modern railway equipment, and the finest opportunities for viewing all of nature's museums and marvels of Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Arkausas, Texar, Old and Now Moxico, California, etc. Ex cursion tickets to all principal points at greatly reduced rates. On account of the National Education Association mcctiug at Los Angeles in July, wo will rnako special low round trip rates. When contemplating a trip West or Southwest, writo us for full information and rock bottom figures. W; E. Hoyt, Q. E. P, Agent, J. P. McCann, T. P. Agent, 391 Broadway, Now York. 4-22-tf Tell Your Sister A beautiful comploxlon is an impassibility without good pure blood, the sort that only exists in connection with the good dlgcstiou; a healthy liver and bowels. Karl's Clover Hoot Tea acts directly on the bowels, liver aud kidneys keeping tliem in perfect health. Price 25 eta. and 50 cts. Sold by P. D. Kirliu on a guarantee. Law Fare Kxeurslon to New York Via Lehigh Valley Eailroad, October 11, 1809. Faro from Shenandoah for tho round trip will be 2.15. Tickets will bo sold for all trains except those connecting with the Mack Dia mond Express, October 11th. Lmitcd for re. turn to October 13th, inclusive. Consult Lehigh Valley Ticket agents for further particulars. I'rotcf t'il Mother With u (Jim. Burlington, In., Oct. C. Henry Knopp, aged 15, Interfered to prevent his father from beating hi" mother last night, when the former turned on him and chased htm upstairs. He Be curod a revolver and shot his father In the right breast. Tho father la dying and tho boy Is at liberty. Do You Know Consumption la preventable? Science has proven that, and also that neglect is suicidal. The worst cold or cough can bo cured with Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure. Sold on positive guarantee for over fifty years. Sold by P. D. Klrlin on a guarantee. NOOOETS OF" NEWS. The admissions to the National Ex port exposition at Philadelphia yester day numbered 21,933. Admiral Dewey Is believed to have recommended the dispatch ot more troops as well as nioroi ships to the Philippines. 1 Fourteen-year-old Walter Areher, ot New York, was driven insane by the fear of arrest for failure to pay his bi cycle instalments, A widow of a Pawnee chief in Okla homa committed suicide Bhortly after her husband's death because ho gave away their child in disposing of his personal property. The steamer Tekoa was wrecked on Staten Island, near the gtrulU of Ma gellan, and only five persons, members of the crew, wore saved. The fate ot tho rest of the passengera and crew is unknown. DTIRE the modern, scientific, practical, up-to-date medicine that banishes kidney backache, kidney ailments, sleeplessness and urinary disturbances in either adults or children. We know Kid-Ne-Oids will absolutely cure the above ailments and minor aiTections directly due to them we have given names of those who were cured investigate and you will get at tho truth. Disordered kidneys are Indicated by pains In the back, distress or fullness after eating, scanty or scalding urine, weakness and chills, pains In the loins, nervousness, sleeplessness, loss ot vitality, swelling in limbs or body, or both, and sediment in the urine. ROYALTY ITSELF. iT!L!TY prostration and all diseases of tho generative nervous i'i osiruuon, i uuiror or iosc iiannooa, R. W. Houck. Teaehers' Institute I OF SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. Thirty-Seventh Annual Session Academy of Music, POTTSVILLE, PA. OCTOBER 9, 10, li, 12, 13, 1899. EVENING ENTERTAINMENTS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 9. THE BLANCIII3 FRIDEUICI CONCERT COSf- I ANY. Miss Blanche Frldcrlcl. Monoloclst nnd Im personator! Mlas IMnn Louise Turton. Con tralto Soloist; .Miss Ldlth Winifred Snell, Con cert l'lnnist; Master Vincent Fanclli, Harp Soloist. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10- ALBERT ARMSTRONG PICTURE PLAYS. Presenting Ian MacLarcn'a Famous "Ilealdu the Bounle Briar Bush." WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11. THE FADKTTKS BOSTON'S FAMOUS WO- MUN'H ORCHESTRA. Twenty Players nnd a Sonrano Soloist. Mrs. Caroline B. Nichols, Conductor. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. THE INTERNATIONAL GRAND OPERATIC. AND CO.NCK1.T COMPANY. Part I Concert. Part II Orera, "Cavallerla Rusllcana." Miss Clara Douglas Carroll, So piano, Miss Grace l.ee Carroll, Soprano; Mr. Augustlno MontogriiTo. Tenon Mr. Arthur Ran dolph Senton, Baritone; Miss Ethel Houston Du Fre, Contralto: big. Cominclo Onarro, Musical Director; Mr. Corueaux Behenna, Manager. TICKET ARRANGEMENTS. Season Tickets, Securing Reserved Seate: Parquet and circle .... 52 CO Dress circle, first row . .., l 75 Dress circle, except first row 1 60 Enrollment tickets, securing admission only 1 00 Slnglo admission . 50 The chnrt for the sale of reserved seat tlcketn will open at the box odlce of the Acade&jy ol Mllaln nn U.lnnl.H li.nl.n.U.IM n A OA . . ... .1.1 .... ...I,. ,.... J , ,'..!,. II. ( . U . l,uv H. Ill,, for teachers only, to sccute seats in one-half of the Academy: at 1:30 p, m., for citizens tosecure seat in the other half of the Academy. Before opening the chart, pnrtles desiring to purchase tickets will draw numbers for position inline Each teacher In Hue may purchase any number of tickets not exceeding twenty, and each oitlzcn In line inny purchase any number not exceeding ten. Persons may loin the line a second time with the same nrlvilecre as at first. j The representative of each district will he I required to furnish the ticket agent a list of the names ot tue teacnera lor whom be buys tickets. Chart open at box odlce of Academy of Music on mm uiier oepiuuioer 4XJ, Doors open lit 7 p. m. Entertainment couv meucos at A p. m. GEORGE W. WEISS. County Superintendent. A box of our sram rnniLT mew is an exhilarating stimulant during the hot summer months. Delivered at your homo. Columbia Brewing Company Yonng women liavo you over said that? You're talking for your poor, Bick kid neys. Something wrong or you wouldn't bo or feel "dead tired" Young folks in good health don't feel that feM way No, indeed 1 Get your kidneys in healthy shape Tako KIRLIN. RESCUED FROM THE WRECK. Tlirllllnpc F.xp-rlenco of tlio Crew or tho Sehoonti- Cnrrlo A. I.niin. Norfolk. Oct. C The British steam ship Rhodesia, Captain Batos, from New Orleans to Hamburg, nrrlved at Lambert's Point yesterday, having on board tho crew of tho schooner car- rlo A. Lane, of Bath, uie., who were picked up In the gulf stream, ship wrecked, Tuesday. Tho crew is com posed of Captain J. Frank Skofleld, vhose wife is with him, and eight men, Their -experience was a most thrilling one. Tho Lane, which was a three mast ed schooner sailed from Apalnchlcoia for Noank, Conn., on Sept. 19, with a load of. lumber, nnd had good weather up to about Tuesday of last week, when northeast winds set In. She la bored heavily in the sea afterwards, but had no accident until Saturday af ternoon. All hands were at dinner when the vessel suddenly shipped a heavy sea and shifted her deckioad of lumber. Sho Immediately began to leak, and when the pumps were first put to work she had 11 inches of wa ter in her hold. At 9 o'clock Saturday night thpre were seven and a hnlf feet of water, and tho crew took to the deik house. Here they remained nntil Tuesday morninsr, when a lifeboat was sent out from the Rhodesia and they were taken aboard the ship. In tho attempt to hoist the lifeboat to tho deck, after tho party had been rescued it was smashed by tho heavy rolling sea and los.t. Most of the Lane s crew reside In Baltimore. Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of the skin in any part of tho body. Doan's Ointment. At any drug store, 50 cents. To (.nlililo Llborln. Berlin, Oct. C The Doutscher Co Innlal Zeitunc. in an editorial-on LI berla. says: "Liberia must nooossarily soon cease to exist. Franco and Eng lnnd are both Indulging in machina tlons to annex the country. Liberia Is of the greatest value to Germany, especially the Cameroons. Two-thirds of the Liberia firms are Germans, and Germany must therefore see that she gets a share of the territory, or tho whole." lfffHnlei4u4uarurtunatiu9mimrs AHIiCloQrriTs.MdliuMl JJIooU 1'olfOB, YoaLhfuI Error, Lost Vlt&Utj. Y&rtoootte, et. Beol for 8 worn TMttmonlaU uol V " Truth-ta Pmf. IJ. V. T1IEKI. II. !.. 01 North Milh HU, I'ht.aJelphtft. l'sv. lMtiTslr lb onlr inwUllit la itiL .llufailitif.rrah rtiM nura.1 ia ital II dsa. flatus ft 1.11.9. Blsuea VO tiar tnn inuuca iaa mos otmriisn maw PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M. I1DRKK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OfUce Egan building, corner of Main an Centre streets, Rhenandoah. J CLAUDE BltOWN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office: Cor. Centre and Wlilto streets, nex to Justice Toomey'a offlce. Q nuiiLnn, M. D., ' PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. No, SO East Lloyd Street. Office hours a to 0 a. m. t 1 Ui 1 n m 7to9p. m. pUOP. JOHN JONES, MUSICAL IKSTRUaOR, Ixck Box 83, Mahsnoy City, Pa. Haylne studied under some of the besl masters lo London and Paris, will rIto leasont on ineTioun,manuonn. guitar ana vocal culture. rerma reasonable. Address In care of Blrouse the leweler Rhenandoah. rRABOWSKY HOTEL, M. GRABOWSKY, Prop. 819 N. Centre SU, Pottsyllle, Pa. Pine old Whiskeys, (tins and Wines, al the ba A. choice line of CI Kara and Temper, ance Drinks. Arrnmoiodsttons for traveler. Meals at all hours CARNnain company sprdadino. To ItYiKMiiT rn tn ltlsht .Million Dnllnrx 111 Iitiirvmiinti. Pittsburg. Oct, fl. The Carnegie Steel company, limited, will Immedi ately comment the construction at Itankln of two Mast furnace, such of which will have a capacity of 100 tons per day tnor than any one of the fur naces at Duriueane. The DunuMna plant waa put In operation In 1SS7, and with an average production of ?.oo tons per day liaa steadily led the Mast fit rn noes of the world In the man- in turn of Iron. Tho two proposed stacks will liavo i ill-id it v of 1,400 tons of Iron In It nurs ,-( ton per stara. maae ur- nare will be the larnest in me worm n ewry dPtall. The stacks will be 106 fct liidi. with a diameter ot 2a cot In the bosh. The building ol those two furnace will give Alle gheny county a total of 82 stacks, with an aitgrcirntp capacity of 8.850.000 groas .ins of which the carneaie company will own 19. with a total capacity of Too.ooo trross tons, or about 0 per nt of the entire producing capacity Mlculieny county. Hxtensive ad- (litl.itiH will also be made at once to he riuauesne works of the Carnssrle omnnnv. The ostlmated cost of the mnrnvemonta outlined will be between 7 r.im oon and $8,000,000. The com pany will have within a year a pro- duclnK rapacity over 100 per cent greater than any other concern In the world. EX.SENAT0R HARLAN DEAD. Ho Wn .oerotnrr of thn Intprlnr In l.lnciilii'H Heonil ("BtlltlBt Pos Moinea, Oct. C. Rx-Untted t iIpf Senator Jamen Harlan dlM yea- tpnlnv nt his home In Mount Pleasant. In The end waa not unexpected, a coltapH" having Uken place last Sun- d.iy. The Immediate cause of death us congestion of the lungs, compu- ratrd with liver trouble. Over exer Hon In attending tho eetwlons of the Iowa Mpthodlst conference last week aggravated his maladies and caused nroHtration. His daughter, tho wife of "nn Robert T. Lincoln, of Chicago, v present at the bedside. James Harlan was born In Clarke county. Ills.. Aug. 25, 1S20. He gradu ated at Indiana Ashury university In 1S45 and became a lawyer. Ho was clrrted the first superintendent of pub He Instruction of Iowa In 1847; was president of Iowa Wosloynn unlver slty. nt Mount Pleasant, In 1S53; was United States senator from Iowa from 1855 to 1SC5; was secretnry of the In terior In Lincoln's second cabinet 1CC5-0G, nnd waB United States senator from Iowa from ISfifi to 1873. In 1882 Mr. Harlan was appointed chief Jubilee of commissioners of Ala bama claims, which position he held four years. URINARYaDISEASES, .nVTWBflb' M IRRIIABlc jTr'CVi 'iNFL A MM A Tioiil M&YDiSOPOtfil oKwncri Specially valuaoic m prostatic:'! CYS7mS-DIABETE5VIHC0NTINCNCY.'URIN U ACItNTIMC BLCNDINO PURE 5ANTAL and SAW PALMETTO' ETC ETI? Bv Mail 4l.5tNO&tMproaFMPHlCT PAN-AMERICAN DRUGCO.hewyorkj Sold In Shennndoah at KIRUIIM'S PHARMACY Onlers by mall sent to any address. EVAN J. DAVIES, Livery and Undertaking No. 13 North Jardin St. This Hot Weather One needs a cooling beverage that will gently tone up the system while it quenches the thirst. Lauer's Beer and Porter Just touches the spot 1 hey are cooling, satisfy mg and invigorating These brews will be furnished in case lots for family use by applying to Christ. Schmidt, Agent and Bottler, 203 W. Coal Street S NANDOAH - P Clintons of Dollars Uo nn tn nmoki, every year. Take risks but get your houses, stock, fa mturo, etc., insured in nrst-class liable companies as reprojontod by DAVID FAUST, insurance Agent AlinLlfs sndAe-filantal nmsanlss Tho Rosy Freshness And a velvety softness of the skin Is Inva riably obtained by there who use Pouoiu'i Complexion "cwder. j -tar OENlTOi T-rfO1 a Xf,u"'"(iiX-if Whose Fealt Is It ? Local Occurrence That Will Inter cat Alany Readers In Slicn andoali. If. when a Air Horn warns the mariner to sheer Mr the emH be Mill haft the ahorr and rfeks upon It, wbme fault U It? If the rrd switch light la p sd lira engine driver lirwrately pallf utmd ami pltehe into an other train, blame the driver. If a carelcsi workman will, In spile of warning, try to find out how many teeth a base saw has and the saw trt to ami oat how many fing'rj e workman has, blame the woikuau. nt e mw. It a mck man knows that a certain KM-dlrine Is doing bin. goad, and he cari-li--!- iielvct to nm It, blame the mau. not tle medicine. If Shenandoah people who have kMney onsn plaint and backache, will nut take Down's Kidney lilt when they are iu- rteal hr of cltiiens, blame the people not the Irxlnrwrs. Head this Indorsement Mr. David Iltwl. of 15 North Main street, ys: "I was about used up with my bark ami my kidneys gave me much annoyan After silting down for any length of time I eouki hardly more because of the sharp pains widen can gtit tne iu my Join running me t exclaim. I had little Inclination to be on my feet for the gnawing pains in the small f my lMck made toe miserable. I felt paius a lo In the back of my bead and passing own my neck. I bad no ambition, was tired all the time and felt generally miser able. I read about Doan's Kidney Pills and got a box ftom Klrlin's drag store. Doan's Kidney ID Is for sale by all dealer' 'rite So cents. Mailed by Foster-Milbura Co., Uuffalo, N. Y. Sole agents for the I . Kemember the name Doan's and take no other. Philadelphia & Readinq R'y. Engines Burn Hard Coal-No Smoke. IN KFFKOT 0CT011KI' 3. HV9 Trains leave Rhenandoah as follows! For New York via Phlladelnhla. wMtr ) 10. 5 OT. 7 87. 9 55 a. m.. 12 20. B 09 and Mn. m. undays, 2 10 a ni. Kor fteirt ork via 3Iar.cu Chunk, week days, 87 a. m., 12 20 and 8 09 p. m. For IteadlnK and Philadelphia, week days, 10. 8 83. 7 87. 9 55 a. m.. 12 28. 1 09 and 8 09 n. m. Sundays, 2 10 a m. for i-oiisvine, weeK nays, 2 10, 7 87, v 53 a. tn. 12 28. 8 09, 8 09 and T 80 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 a m. ror lamaqua ana Alananoy uity, week days. 10. 7 37. 9 55 a. m.. 12 2S. 8 OS and 8 09 is. m. undays, 2 10 a m. For Wllllamsnort. Sunburv and Iwl.hnrv. week dars. 8 27. 1183 a. m.. 12 28. 7 00 n m Sundays, 8 27 a m. Kor Mahano) Plane, weekdays, 2 10, 8 27, 5 8, 87.9 55,1182 a.m., 11 28. 8 09, 6 09, T80, 9 64 m, Hundays, 2 10 and 8 27 a m. For Ashland and Shamokln. week da vs. 8 27. 37. 11 82 a.m.. 12 28. 8 09. 8 07. 7 25 and 9 55 n. m. Hunday, 8 27 a m. For Italtlmore. Washlnpton and the Wivit ,l li. U. It. it., through trains le- Reading Terminal, Philadelphia. (P. Alt, H K.) at 8 20, 7 65,1128 a. m., 8 10 and 7.27 p. t. Sundays 8 50, 7 00, 1128 a.m., 8(8 and 7 27 p.m. Addi tional trains from Twenty-fourth and Chest nut streets station, week days, 1080 a. ru. 12 20 12 18 8 (0 D.ni. Hundays, 1 85, 8 28 n. m. TRAINS FOK snENANDOAH. Leave New York via Phlladelnhla. week days, 1215, (80.730,1180 a.m., and 180,(80, ou p.m. usve ftew lork via Aiauch Chunk, week ays, 4 80. 9 10 a. m., J 80, 4 40 p. m. Leave PhlladelDhia. Iteadlnv Terminal. mV days, ( 80. s" 88, 1021 a, m. and 188, 408, 880, 11 80 p. m. leave Heading, week days, 137, 7 00, 1008, , m., 12 13, ( 17. 8 00, 8 28 p. m Iasilvb Pottsvllle. week davs. 7 17. 7 40 a. m. 80, 12 80. 1 20, 4 80, 6 10 and 6 50 p. m. jjcave iaraan.ua, weeK aays, s is, sue, nx in., 1(9,5 58 7?9((p. m II 47 a. rn. iTt 3 A. 8 2(, T 4(, 10 08 p. m iesve Aiananoy riane, week days, 2 40, 4 00 80. V 22 10 23.12 00. a. m.. 2 89. 5 88. 8 42.T68 I0 2lp m Leave Wlllltepnrt. week davs. T42. 1000 a m,.128(acd 1 00 1180 p. m. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, Leave l'MlndelDhla Chestnut street wharf and South street 'har tor Atlantic City. eeituays Kipress, 9 03, 200, 400. 5 00,7 13 m. Arcommodatioo. 800 m. 6.0 n m. Hun- days Express, 9 00, 10 00 a m, 7 15 p ru. Accoru- inodallon, a CO a m, 4 43 p m. Leave Atlantic City Depot! Weekdays Ex press, 7 33, SCO a m, 8 30, 5 30nm. Accommoda tion, 8 13a m, 4 03 p m. Sundays Eipress,4 30, jo p in. Accommoaanon, 713 a in, 4 03 pm. For Cane May. Ocean Cltv and Hen Isle Cut Weekday 15 in, 4 10, 5 00 p m. Sundays -Chestnut St., 9 15, South St., 9 a m. Addition '1 for Cape May Weekdays 8 00 a m. Parlor Oars on all express trains. For further Information, arnilv to nearest P&lladcll bla and Reading Rallwar ticket ar.nl or address . A. Bwbjoabd, Epson J. Wmj. nen 1 Dupi., uen-i rass'r Art., POLITICAL CARDS. T70TE FOR WM. S. LEIB, OF ASHLAND. FOR FROTHONOTARY. yOTE FOR FRANK R. KANTWER, OF LOFTY. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. OTE FOR HORACE F. RABER, OP PINHOROVE. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. OTE FOR THOMAS J. HIGGINS, OP HIIENANDOAIL FOR CLERK OF THE COURTS. yOTK FOR M. A. CAREY, FOR FROTHONOTARY. yCTK FOR FRANK C. REESE. Or SlTBSAXDOAU. FOR COUNTY REGISTER. "yOTE FOR JOHN T. SHOENER, FOR CLERK OF THE COURTS. IOTK FOR CHARLES E. BERGER, FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. -TOTE FOR EMANUEL JENKYN, Present Incumb-ent. FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS. PATEHT Good Ideas may be secured by our aid. Address, THE PATENT RECORD. Dilllmoro. Md, Bubjcrlpttoos to Tue Pittnt Becord Itiuvcr