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A Curo for Constipation. Ilmvoboen troubled with constipation for years. It wa lulnlnx "iy lie:illli, my rem fort and my complexion, nnd I inn irlaau.miy tlmt Olc v King has rf-torwl uM throe, ami tins after trying many otln r m - 'mines tlmt weresuppn"1''! to Iw good, but ,mii,-ii weroof nnvn).iAuliivpr. I WOIlltl lilt' lotcllovprV minVrlng woi-mn whnt CeliTy Kin baa done Celor Klnc oonn-J dlscefl of tie Nerves, Btonm. b, Liver und Kidneys. Bold by drug' gists, a , and GOc LIYERITA THE UP-TO-DATE LITTLE LIVER PILL I CURES 3Blliou?no88, )Constt,;ation, I Dyer onsia, FSIcU-Hoad -jacho and Livor Complaint. SUGAR COATBD. Sold by nil drncglats or sent by mull. JNerltsMeolcslCe.,Chlcro 60 box contains 15 j,llls. Sold by Klrlln s drug store, Shenandoah, Fa. Fj EWKYROYAL PILLS OrlslnalMBtl liir ucnuine, a rc. iLiffkji rlU5i uoiii tit jL VnttUX for Chtchtrt EnatitA Vta-f monA Brand In lied ii 1 Unld netmVl7 (lhfliM smIihI with blua rtotjon. Take Xw? ftiont and imitation. At Drotlm, or Mod 4a. ' is t.mr.i Tnt TrttrnUr. teirimonlira .ad "lMlef Tor Ladle, ., ij rttmru film j i'iUVI i r n - pp'b f lt.r.,f 'havvnt ral mku.M 1 lot HuUsWA. flofa br tUl Loc&l PniEiUta. miLAUA., 1'A. Grocers can tell you why those whobuySEEIIG'S keep coming back forit. You can't keep on selling a p jor thing to the sami people. IK onvcrl by nlug Seel- lg'S because yon kcan buy cheap 'coffee and make it delicious by a illttle 01 tills admixture. it" SlORt For Ladles' and Gent's Furnishings and Novelties A. BROWN, Proprietor. Call nnd exnmlno our new stock of Under wear, Hhlrta, Collars und all kinds of Novel tie Jtest goous onu cuenpess prices. Fine Uno of Hot1), Caps aitd Shoes Just re ccivea. A. BROWN 105 North rVlerln Street Ploppeit's Old Standi. PROFESSIONAL CARDS M, 1IURKE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. vOfflce Egnn building, corner ot Main at ca:utre streets rtnenanaoan. y CLAUDE BltOWN, ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office: Oor. Centre and Wblto streets, nex o Justice Tooroey'a office. Q ClItUHLKR. M. D ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. " No. 80 East Lloyd Street. -Office hour : 8 to 9 a. m. ; 1 to 8 p. m. 7 to 9 p. iu. J)ROF JOnNJCNES, MUSICAL INSTRUCTOR, Lock Box 68, Mahanoy City, Pa. Uavlw; studied under some ot the bee -masters id iondon anu raris, will Rive leaeor.i on the vlollu, mandolin, guitar and vocal culture 'Terms reasonaoic. Auaress in eare oi nirousf 'Hip twelnr Phenannoan SOLOMON HAAK Agent for the Famous BEBGNER & ENGEL Phila. Stock Ale, Sparkling Still Amber Ale, Bottled Pale Ale, B:own Stout, Half and Half, Beer and Porter. LORENZSCHMIDT'S Mt. Carbon Beer ON TAP At all its customers to-day. Solomon Haak's, 116 South Alain Street, "Will receive prompt attention. A box of our srEcim rnniLT dke is an exhilarating stimulant during the hot summer months. Delivered at your homo Columbia Brewing: Company PATENT Good Ideas mil' may be secured by our old. Address, THE PATENT RECORD. RnlMmn,- tilt uicrtptloiis to Ths, P stent Beoord (wo tux smuu r- :.. . n I 1UU flUUtJ F1 rltons as Aotivo rts Though War Had Boon Doolared. OONOENTBATING TBAHSPORTB. Trrcnty-fbrir nt Ltvorpool Alone, Iloady to Stnrt With Troopn rot- 8ou th Afrloa-Twon ty-fl ve Thouanml Itoacrvna C'nlU'it Upon. London, Oct. 9. Whatovor may be the result of Great Britain's contro versy with the South African republic, overy department of tho government today is as busy as though actual hos tilities had begun. The electric flash that announced the mobilization of the army reserves and the summoning of arllament sot every whoel of tho gov ernment machinery In motion. An hour after The Gazette appeared ex ecutive orders woro being dispatched from tho war omco to every section of the kingdom, nnd tho 10,000 bulletins which nppcarcd posted throughout the country yesterday aro said to have been Identical with tho proclamation prepared for use had the Foshoda in cident required such a step. At tho same time Lord Salisbury nnd Mr, Balfour were Issuing the necessary orders for the reassembling of parlia ment, and tho ndmlralty was concen trating its transports, 21 of which are now secured nt Liverpool alone. So complete woro tho preparations that 25,000 reserves have already IndlvldU' ally received coupon tickets which con tain instructions where each man shall report for railway transportation to tho place designated, and a money order for three shillings for provisions en route. At Woolwich it was asserted that 95 per cent of tho reserves would be fully equipped within bIk days. In tho meantime the members of the two houses of parliament are arranging to teturn to London, and a force ot men is busily engaged In completing the lui prnvements at Westminster. The most important news from South Africa comes from Mafeklng, where twice on Saturday the British camp was aroused, the men stood to their arms, guns wero llmered and patrols were dispatched in the direr tlon of the border. No hostilities hav-3 occurred as yet, but the enemy has moved practically to the border, eight miles from Mafeklng, In force eat! mated at least 6,000, comprising Ave commandoes. The garrisoning and fortifying of the town are practically completed. The streets ore barricaded end a perfect system of mines has been laid. Two armored trains have ar rived at Mafeklng, consisting of three bullet proof cars, tho first of which carries a searchlight, while the sides of the other cars are loopholed. Each train is complete in itself, and carries its own provisions. Experiment with Lyddite In the mines proves that it la an extremely powerful explosive. Colonel Robert Stephenson Smyth Powell, commanding tho Fifth Dragoon guards, has Issued a notice that the Boers who are massed on the Natal and Bechuanaland frontiers have, or ders not to fire until the British be gin, and that the town Is well pre pared for eventualities, but, as the Boers may shell the place, every en deavor should be made to safeguard tne women and children. An armor train was Inspected at Klmberley Saturday. A signal station has been erocted with a conning tower at the top, 130 feet above the tracks, Communication by telephone is had with a central office and signals aro given to the troops by flag. By this means maneuvers were successfully conducted Saturday The troops num her 3,000, including the bicycle corps, A dispatch from Klmberley to the Cape Argus says that 3,000 Boers are encamped midway between Boshof and Klmberley. They are well armed and great religious fervor Is shown In tho camp. The Boers, however, are char lng under the delay. They patrol tho border nightly and have been ordered not to permit a British uniform to ap proach tho frontier. The correspondent of The Times at Lobatsi telegraphs: "I crossed the border incognito to near Mafeklng and went among the Boors and talked to them In their own language. They said: 'The English want to entice us to the Natal border, and then, It all our forces are there, they will enter from Mafeklng and Vryburg, but we are too astute to be caught. Wo do not intond to attack first, but will at tack the British if war is declared. We do not trust Joubert. He wants peace, Villoen will he better.' "If they could be persuaded that England does not desire to undermine their lndepnedence peace might be possible, but they call you a fool if you make such a statement." The Cape Town correspondent of The Dally Mall declares that the story that a Boer ultimatum demanding the with' drawal ot the British troops from the frontiers had been presented Is with out foundation, but he says the re publics have within the past week de manded a declaration ot the British Intentions in threatening terms. Hos tilities in the outlying districts, the correspondent says, are expected this week, Volcanic Eruptions Areerrand, but Skin Eruptions rob life ioy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best 1'ile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25.CU. a box, ( ure guaranteed. Sold by A. Wasley druggist, Torronftnl rtnfifM In Italy. Rome, Oct,9. Torrential rains are reported to have occurred In the Sa- lolno district of Italy. The railways are Interrupted and much damage has been done to property. Many lives are also said to nave been lost. A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry. Cures dysentery. diarrhoea, seasickness, nausea. Pleasant hike. Acts promptly. A tMonster Corn Crop. Chicago, Oct. 9. "This year's corn crop will be one of the largest In our history, said Secretary of Agriculture Humes Wilson, who is In Chicago with the presidential party, today. "The total yield, it is estimated, will be be tween twenty-three and twenty-five hundred millions of bushels. There will bo plenty for maufacturing and feeding, and we will have all the corn to sell that anybody wants to buy." On Every Bottle Of Shlloh's Consumption Cure is this cuar autce : "All wo ask of you is to use two thirds of the contents of this bottle faith fully, theu If you can say you are not benefited return the bottle to your druggist and he may refund the price paid." Price 25 eta, 60 cts, and tl.00. Sold by P. D. Klrlln on a guarantee. IfT Kid-Ne-Oids are ot all drug stores w uuino uu mil voucn ior uio irutn or our overy 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. Ttin f.ir nnrvinid Sf or,an,of eiilnT.s.'T. suri n-i ot Toba.-i.oo) Uiuum. whk-u lead ICTCn IICIUR 85 order we cuaraniw to cure or refund ih, money. Sold at $1.00 per box, Arir.ll UOlfiUi u boxes for SS.UO. DICltiOTT'S Clf BSUCAl CO., Cleveland, Ohio. For Sale by DR. E. C. WEST'S R3Ur7 ana Marl Halt MT R M The Original. All Is sold under a ponltlve Written Guarantee, Memory, Dizziness, Wakefulness, Fits Lack of Confidence, Nervousness Uso of Tobacco, Opium, or Liquor, which leads to Misery, Consumption, Insanity and Death. At store or by mail, l a box; six for $5: with written Guarantee to Cure or Rofund Money. Sample Package, containing livo days' treatment, with fall Instruc tions, 25 cents. One samplo only sold to each person. At store or by mall. Red Label Special Extra Strength. For Impotene.v, Loss of Power, Lost Manhood, Sterility or narrcnucss. ft a box; six for $3, with Written Guarantee to cure In 30 days. At storo or by malh So Id at Klrlln's Drug Store. None belter in the world. Sold cheaper than any other make. We are the sole agents, ou can't buy them anywhere else in town. We can save you money this fall, and you will be sur prised at the sum when you purchase. There is no cheaper stove house in town. FURNITURE" We can iurnish your house from than you would D. & J- SIEGElL 103 & 105 SOUTH MAIN ST., CIIRDIN'S flrS WALL PAPER CONSISTENT WITH Are responsible for our Try us on plumbing and regret the trial. P. W. BELL, WALL PAPER 30c papers Reduced to 1 Be SBc papers Reduced to l S 1 -Sc l Oc Papers Reduced to Sc Thos. Snyder, 22 CIC BREAKING? the modern, scientific, practical up-to-date medicine that banishes kidney backache, kidney ailments, sleeplessness and urinary disturbances In either adults or children. The first dose of Kid-Ne-Oida workB wonders a week's trial will oftimca curo mild cases take a box or two and your kidney trouble will disappear. Disordered kidneys are Indicated by pains In thi back, dlstrtss or fullness after eatlnc, scanty or scaldlne urine, weakness and chills, pains In the loins, nervousness, sleeplessness, loss of vitality, swelling In limbs or body or both, and sediment in the urina. in yellow tablet form nut tin in boxes soil for KOn w your druggist will toll you of MM VITALITY 13X1. MOTT'S trnstrnti.m nnrl nil f1tfftsp!l nf thrt ppnprntlvft Nervous Prostration, Falllnuor Lost Manhood, to Cunsnmp' Ion and Insanity. With overy R. W. Houck. m 1 Others Imitations. by authorized acenta only, to euro Weak us, ii vaicria, uuicKuesx, i,oscs, jivll ureaine, Lansirudo, all Brains, Youthful Errors, or Ilxceaslve STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS. cellar to garret, for less money ever expect. SHENANDOAH, PENNA. DECORATIVE ART S3 Has achieved tta greatest triumphs In our artistic nnrl handsome stock of wall papers. All tho latest designs and fashionable shuden and colorings nro embodied In our superb stock of art wall papers. We hare them from $1.00 per roll for high art decorations to 5 cents per roll for bedroom, parlor, hall or dining room papers. All Artistic ! All Pretty ! E, 224 W. Centre St. Shenandoah. always busy business. gas fitting. You wont Cor - White and Lloyd Sts. GREATLY REDUCED. A Rare Opportunity for Bargains. South Jardln St., . . . Shenandoah, Ra Docs U fed that xrayf Iti a warning thnt your kidneys aro giv ing Help them I Tl l-irlnotm pr1 it, or they wouldn't fjuf'i ask bo sharply for aid. tsljj KfifiD tho kidnovR Kt V right, and good health portion How will you do that Tako cures thoy effected here KIRLI LAURIRR CRITICIZES HARLAN. Caiinda's Promlor IJoolnros the Ilrlt IhIi Syntum orCiovornment Superior. Chicago, Oct. 9. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, premier of Canada, was yesterday for mally welcomed to Chicago by the French-Canadians ot the city at a meeting in Studebaker Hall. After ho had responded In French a man in the center of tho hall arose and asked the speaker to say something in English. In response the premier Bpoke as fol lows: "I will give you the reason why I cannot answer that Invitation as I would wish. In the month of January last I was In the city ot Washington, acting as British commissioner to en deavor to settle certain difficulties which we had with our American neighbors. Incidentally, I may say. ladies and gentlemen, that even in the best of families little quarrels some times occur, and it so happens that at this moment there are not what I would call a quarrel, but a number of difficulties, among them tho Alaskan boundary question. While endeavor ing to settle thso difficulties In Wash ington I attended a demonstration very much of the character of the pres ent one. 1 heard one of the Justices of the supreme court state that the Amer ican system of government was su perior to all other systems, because it was a government by law. "Let me say that I am a Canadian I am a British subject. I have great admiration for the American constitu tion and system of government, but this Is a free country, where liberty of speech prevails. Therefore, if I had had the pleasure of being able to speak my'mlnd I would have told Mr. Justice Harlan, for he was the Justice to whom I referred, that tho British system of government Is superior to the American. But as bos already been said, Americans are governed by law, and that being so we must obey the law, and the law today Is that I am not to speak the English language, but to speak It tomorrow." No Rlsht to Ugliness. The woman who is lovely in face, form and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attractive must keep her health. If she is weak, sickly and all ran down, she will dc nervous and irritable. 11 she has constipation or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause pimples, blotches, skin erup tions and a wretched complexion. Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to purify the blood. It gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich com plexiou. It will make a cood-lookinc. charming woman of a run-down invalid. Only 50 cents at A. Waslcv's drug store, Ilrldirn Jiimpcr'x Fnt'nl Tllvti. Uhrichsvllle. O., Oct. 9. J. Brady. a bridge Jumper, of Pittsburg, travel ing with a wild west show, was fatally injured in making a high dive at Stras-. burg Saturday. Ills head struck tho bottom of tho tank, rendering him un conscious, and he was dragged out ot the water by his pet New Foundland dog. Brady Is paralyzed, and the doc tors say he llll die. Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of tho skin in any part of tho body, Doan's Ointment, At any drug store, SO cents. KcTPlnnt Will Contest. Now Haven. Conn., Oct, 9. Judge Lynde Harrison, one of the executors of the will of the late Henry B. Plant, of New York, Is authority for the state ment that no proceedings have been taken before the probate court or by appeal to the superior court to attack the will. He stated, however, that he had heard that tho widow was dis satisfied and that It was her opinion as a widow she was entitled to a larger portion of the estate than she receives under the will. Judge Har rison also stated that Morton Plant, the stepson, had never said anything to him Indicating that he la dissatis fied In any man 11 or with the provisions made tor him In the will. Do Yon Know Consumption is preventable? Science has proven that, and also that neglect is suicidal. The worst cold or cough can be cured with Shlloh's Cough and Consumption Cure. Sold on positive guarauteo for over fifty years. Sold by P, D, Klrllu ou a guarantee. ' NEW VORk BAY PIRATES Thrum Who Hun a (inmlillnor Steam liont llol.l Fur Trlnt. Nfw York. Oct. 9.--Thirteen men al leged to have ln active pnrtlclpuntH In the riot which ( urred Saturday aboard the Philadelphia stuambotit Oeorgeanna In the waters of New York harbor were nrntlRnexl yesterday be fore a city mitirl.trate. Captain C. A. O. Norton, of Hartfdrd, Conn., who organlzd the committee of pasengerii which took poanewlon of the steamboat nnd held the gang ot gamble and blacking; At bay until the boat reached her pier, wna present to proapcut the rran whe had stabbed , at him and threatened to throw him overboard. wun mm were several other passenger. The prisoner were Captain Alexan der Sterrk. ot the Oeorgeanna; hie pi lots. Hrnrv 1). Post and Daniel Brown, nnd Charles Berry, who had chartered the boat, and the other aliened gam blers. Edward P. Sherman, Frank Jones. John Wills, George Lyons, Charles Baldwin, William Sims, Will lam H. Cutler, Robert Stone and Jami Martin. Captain Norton told tho story of the affair in a few words. He declared that the boat waa advertised to take pas-sengers to the race for $1. At the last moment everybody on the pier was Invited to take a free ride, and the boat started with 600 pnsni;ers. As soon as the boat left the dock all sorts of gambling gamea were started up while no attempt waa made tq fol low the rarer. The respectable pas sengers held a meeting, took posses sion of the boat, signaled for the police, and in defending their signal there waa Bomo lively fighting, during which many pockets were picked. It was tes tified that the gamblers forcibly robbed passengers of their watchee, Jewelry and pocketbooks and escaped before the polite boat came alongside. It Is as serted that the thugs got from $4,000 to J.0UD. The evidence showed that Charles Berry, the alleged leader of the gang. was n desperate character, and that he slashed Captain Norton s coat with n knife in the effort to stab him. Berry, who denied the accusation, was held In $2 oiin ball for further examination on Wednesday. Rdward P. Sherman, charged with splitting open the scalp of Peter Perdue, of Brooklyn, was held in si.uun ball for examination on the same day. Captain Sterck was fined $10. and ns tho witnesses all said that the pilots had behaved themselves during the wnole of the excitement, they were dis charged. How Is Your Wife 7 lias slio lost her beauty? If so, Constipa tion, Indigestion, Sick Headache are the principal causes. Karl's Clover Root Tea has cured theso Ills for half a century. Pilco 25 eta. and 50 cU. Money refunded If results are not satisfactory. Sold by P. I). Kirlin ou a guarantee. Tim Sunk ninT I'lii innii Drowned. Duluth, Minn., Oct. 0. The Bessemer boat John Neilson ran down her tug, tne Itecoru, of the Great Lakes Towing company's fleet, here yesterday, drown ing Harry Ellis, fireman. Ellis was asleep In his bunk when the accident happened. The rest of the crew took to the life raft. The Itocord was sunk a year ago by the Bessemer steamship Robert Fulton. Three of her crew were drowned In that accident. (AndTonic in Tablet Form) For All Diseases op the GENERATIVE ORGANS DtvnopES and Gives YouTiiruiSTRtNGTH To Every Part or the System GUARANTIED INFALLIBLE Highly Ek'pmro DyPmicnNS EvM,lL$l.oo Stun Stamp rotPAMPHur- pan-AmlricanDrugco. Sold In Shenandoah at KIRL.IN-S PHARMACY. Orders 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. i ney are cooling, satisfy' ing and invigorating These brews will be furnished in case lots for fntnily use by applying to Christ. Schmidt, Agent and Bottler, 203 W. Coal Street SHENANDOAH RA Some Shenandoah Citizens Grow Un tliualasttc on the Subject. The prafce of the pub-Ire I uSrit's just reward. NethTnjc In Modern time, lias received I lie praise seeerdrd "The Little Conqueror." of mote kinds of praise we are skeptleal. W! doubt the prutiM of Mnnnen. Tha hlftlwst pratoe far ShMMixinab public. Is fcxwrty exptwMtm from Shenandoah people. ponn's Kidney PHI are Iwlwsed In Shen andoah JHo better proof of merit ean be had. 'j 1 1 ere- nun. ( Mr. A nerns a ease oi u. uteris re pirn 17 more Andrew Kllcoyne, of SM Kwt Lloyd street, mys: "I had trouble with my kid neys and a lamnM across my back If I mt awhile I became very lame and stiff and funding eaueed my back to ache. If I stooped sharp palm oa tight me and when at tempting to lift anything; there were set ere twinges through me. Doan's Kklney Pills"' procured at Klrlln's pharmacy promptly stopped all that. I think there are many who sufler frirtn lomhaRO and did they but get Doan's Kidney lllls tbey would find positive relief as I did." loan's Kidney lllls for sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Philadelphia & Readina R'y. Engines Burn Hard Coal-No Smoke. IN KFFKOT OCTOHKP 3. 1M TisIim leave Shenandoah as fallows: For New York via Philadelphia, week dsr J 10, S 88, 1 87, 9 65 a. m., 12 w, 8 09 and S 09 n. m. Sundays, 2 10 a m. For New York via Max.ch Chunk, wek days. 7 87 a. m 12 2ft and 8 09 p. m. For Heading- and Philadelphia, week days. 2 10, 5 83, 7 87. 83 a, m., 12 28, 8 09 and 09 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 a m. For I'otUvllle, week days, 2 10, T 37. 9 SS a. m. 12 26. 8 09, 6 09 and 1 80 p. m. Sunday, 2 10 a m. ForTamaqua and Mahanoy City, week days, 2 10, 7 87, !M a. m 1224. 8 09 and 8 09 p. m. Sundays, 3 10s m. For Wtlllamiiport, Sunbury and Lewlsburr, week dnys. 827, 1182 a. m.. 122S, 780 p. m. Sundays, 8 27 a m. For Maiano PUne, weekdays, 210,8 27,8 88. 7B7.9M.1I82 a.m.. 12 2. 8 09, 8 09, T80, tU '" fc J a, - iv uu a m Itl. For Ashland and Sh&mnkln- ,t . . vr and an Sunday, 8 27 a m. o w, o u,, , so ana 00 p. m. .u, , u m 111. 17., - n.i... tT-.-t.iL.-. ot. B.ttO. IL K.. through trains lea-i Heading Terminal, Philadelphia. (I1. & It, li It) at 820, 7 53, It 24 a. m., 8 10 and 7.27 p. 1. Sundays 8 20,7 00,112s a.m.,38 and 7 27 p.m. Adill. Ilonal trains from Twenty-fourth and Cheat nut streets station, week days, 1080 a. m. 12 20 12 IS 8 40 p.111. Sundays, 1 83. 8 23 p. m. TRAINS FOB 8HKNANDOAH. Tmt. Kno, Vn.t vf- TV,,1..II.. 1. 1- v days. 12 15. 4 80. 7 80. 1180 a. m . nrf (m lm 9 CO p.m. ' ' Leave new ork via Maueh Chunk, week days, 4 80. 9 10 a. m., 1 80. 4 40 D. m. Leave Philadelphia. IlMiIln, Terminal daya, 4 80. B 8, 10 21 a m. and 188, 4 OS, 8 89, 1138 p.m. lAMve Heading, week days, 187, 7 00, 10 OS. a, m., 1213.4 17. SCO, 8 28 p.m. Leave Pottaville, week days. 7 17, 7 40 a. in. 9 80, 12 80, 1 20, 4 80, ft 10 and 6 30 D. m. Leave Tamanua, week days, 8 18, 8 88, 112 III., 1 49, 3 58 7 9 9 41 p. m. Leave Mahanov Ollv. wtAk riava. X 15 oni 11 47 a. m.. 2 tl 3 A, 8 21, 7 44, 10 08 p. m ivo aiauaouy nane, week days, 2 40, 4 00 SO. 9 22 10 3. 12 00. a. m.. 2 89. Ii a a It M 1021pm Leave Wlllltuieport, weekdays, T42. 10 00 a. m.. 12 84 and 1 00. II SO p. m. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, Leave PtllndelnhlaChnainul lr-l nh.r -". South street har tor Atlantic City. iTeenuays nrpress, 9 TO, 2O0, 4 00, 8 00,7 13 Pin. ArcolninodAtlrtn. 8 m a. m A.Onm u . . - days Impress, 9 00, 10 00 a m, 7 13 p ra, Accom- iiiuunuuii, nw a ,u, m. Leave Atlantic City Depot: Weekdays Ex press, 7 33, 9 CO a in, 3 30, 3 30 p m. Accommoda tion, 8 15 n m. 4 03 n in. HunriAva.l.:Tir- A Rn 730 pm. Accommodation, 713 am, 4 05 n m. , ' VP J,'' Ocean City and Sea Isle CUy Meekdavs 9 13 am. 4 10. firnti,,, Ho.rf... -Chestnut St.. 9 13, South St., 9 am. Additional for Cape May Weekdays 8 00 m. ' Parlor Cars on all express trains. For fiirlhn- lnfn.M. 1. . . PMladclLhla and Kaadlnr liall... .I,.lr.. . or addrees I. A. SWK10AUD, KDOOS J. WlKKJl. Oen'I Supt,, OenM Paas'r Art.. POLITICAL CARDS. TOTE FOIt WM. S. LEIB, OF ASHLAND. FOR PKOTHONOTARY. 70TE FOIt I FRANK R. KANTNER, OF LOFTY. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. yOTE FOIt HORACE F. RABER, of riNnonovE. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. roTE foh 1 THOMAS J. HIGGINS, OF SHENANDOAH. FOR CLERK OF THE COURTS. yOTE FOlt M. A. CAREY, FOR PROTI IONOTARY. yOTK FOH FRANK C. REESE. Or Sussxnvaxu. FOR COUNTY REGISTER. yOTE FOR JOHN T. SH0ENER, FOR CLERK OF THE COURTS. 70TE FOR CHARLES E. BERGER, FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. yOTE FOR EMANUEL JENKYN, (Present Incumbent.) FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS. QRABOWSKY HOTEL, 11 M. GRAB0WSKY, Prop. 819 N. Centre St., Pottsville, Pa.' Fine old Whiskeys, Olns and Wines, at the ba A choice line ot Clirara and Temper ance Dilnka. Accommodations tot travelers. Meals at all hours Tho Rosy Freshness T,e.lT.tyJ,0.',nf" ot the ,kIn ' Inva riably obtained by thorowbouse PouoaTai Complexion Powder, vs.