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Goughs, Golds, Grippe, WhooplrtR Cough, Aslhmo, Bronchitis and Inolplont Consumption, Is Vca CfERMAH REMEDY taft-vsto. 2550tW Restores Vitality, Lost Vigor tnd MJ Cures Ininotency, Night KmUsIonsand wasting diseases, au euects 01 sen i abuse, or excass ana mais- l pvndnn A norm fniitn nnfl tiSR-,.. 11.:.. (Kj- rjuiouti uuuuvii J pinit glow XO laic buvc&n auu restores the lire of youth. KBvmail BOc Tier box, O boxes for JR2.nO: with a written nnaran- tco to euro or rcfuinl tlio money. Send for circular. Address, NERVITA MEDICAL CO. Clinton & Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILL. Sold at Klrlln'a drug store, Shenandoah, I'd. 'ENNYROYAL PILLS M G-v Original and Only Omalne. A ,nonlcnmt 111 llrd "lit nnslllaxSiw 'JbfllM. .Hd Willi t-lU.- II . 1 r 1A nth.p. Ail. ilanon UU .IlbtfirU V llmodm.latt"ni AtP'fK nl.0t-t.nd4s. ' In .Uinr. r-SHlcnl.r. t,Umontl.a .t.li.r for (a taut, b? rrtor 1111. 10,000 Tf.tlrc nl.ll m.pfr. triill...l,rll(imltlCo..ll'll.cm HutMI-t- Sollb7UUulOro(1l'. I'lllI.AUau.l A. MUMPS.CROUP. CAKED DREAST.J FIRE&5UN DUKN.CnAHNO, I BUNIONS a TIHLU rttl. . CHAPPED FACEi LI PS & HANDSI SAIL DRUGGISTS oh MAILED FOR 2S u.TU4nN rHFMirAI Ol SKtWuStPutilPi PRESIDENT ANDRADE FLEES. Venoztioln' Vlco Proattlont SmidH For the Ilovolutlotinry Lender to 'Enter. CaracaB, Venezuela, Oct. 21. Presi dent Andrado has fled, going toward Laguayara, with 800 men. He has not resigned the presidency. The vice president, who holds authority during the president's absence from the cap! tal, has telegraphed Castro to enter Caracas. No disorder here or In Car acas thus far. An' attempt was made Thursday night to dynamite the residence of Senhor Matos, General Andrade's rep resentative In the negotiations with the insurgent commander. General Castro. Glorious News. Comes from Dr. I). B. Carellc. of Waslilta. I. T. He writes : "Four bottles of Electric Hitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great sutleriui: for years. Terrible sores would breakout on her head and faco. and the best doctors could mvonoheln: but her euro is complete and .and her health is excellent." This shows what thousands havo proved, that Elcctrio Bitters is the best blood purifier known. It's the supremo remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, bolls and running sores. It stimulates liver, kidnoys and bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion minus up me strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by A. Wasley, druggist. Uuarauteed. Female llniullt Itoenptured. El Paso, Tex., Oct. 21 Pearl Hart, the Arizona woman bandit, who es caped from jail at Tucson two weeks aco. was arrested yestoruay at ueming, N. M., where she arrived Thursday night on horseback with a male com' panlon. She was taken back to Tuc son.:. Brink Drain-0 after you have concluded that you'ought not to drink coffee. It is not a medicine but doctors order it, because it is healthful, invigorating and appetizing. It is made from pure grains and has that rich seal brown color and tastes like the finest grades of coffee and costs about as much. Children like it and thrive on it because it is a genuine food drink containing nothing but nourishment. Ask your grocer for Grain-O, the new fooddrink I5 and 25c Tliroo Killed In 11 Hull road SiiiumIi. Winston, N. C, Oct. 21. Brakeman Campbell, of Luray, Va., and two negro tramps who were beating their way wero killed Thursday night by a bad wreck of the south "bound freight train near Stonovtlle, on the Winston Salem division of the Norfolk and Western railway. One of the brakes on a car fell and the cars ran together. piling 18 of them In a heap. The en glneer and nreman escaped. A Card. We, tho undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the inonoy ou a 50-cent 1ottlo of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your cough or cold. Wo also guaran teo a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or money refunded. A. Waaloy, 0, H. Hagen buch, Shenandoah Drug Store, and P. W Bierstaln & Co. 10-10 Omt-ood ANOTHER CONFERENCE WANTED. Filipinos Send Another Appeal Com mission to General Otis. Manila, Oct. 21. Threo Insurgent officers entered Angeles yesterday and appuea to uenoral MaoArthur for per mission for a Filipino commission headed by a Filipino major general 10 visit uonerai utis, in order to dls- cuss peace terms and to arrange for the delivery of more American prisoners, as well as to consider methods for the release of the Spanish prisoners. The request was referred to General Otis The Insurgent offlcors are expected to return today to receive his answer. Captain Macltae, with a battalion of the Third Infantry, and Captain Chy neweth, with a battalion of the Seven teenth Infantry, marched to the town of Jose Mallnas for the purpose of dis persing n band of 30 Insurgents, under Juan Dicarot, who had recently been annoying our outposts and travelers Along tho road from Santa Ana to Arayat. The Insurgents tied In the direction of Magalang. The country between Angeles and Arayat U now re ported clear. The Democratcla reports that the Juntas In the orient and In Europo In tend to send a delegation to Washing ton to present the Filipino cause. Ite gldor will probably bo tho president of the delegation and Agonclllo and Apaclblo will be anions Its members. olios wmm mm VICTORY - BRITONS. Boors Badly Dofoatod in a Conflict at Gloncoo. BOER LOSSES EIGHT HUNDRED, WI1II0 tho CnHnnlty Llt oftlio llrltoni I ISnt I Hinted nt Two Hundred and Firty-Oeii. Symonn, tins IlrltlBh Com runnuor. Snld to Ho llndly Wounded. London, Oct. 21.-r-Thoro was a great battle between tho British nnd the Boors at Glencoo yesterday. Tho ab sence of details regarding tho British losses In tho engagement causes tho deepest anxiety, and the war office Is besieged by relatives and friends of those making up tho forces thnt took part In tho fight. Tho battle was a bril liant success for the British forces. The Boers got a reverse which may possi bly, for n tlmo at liny rato, check all aggressive action. The British artlllory practice In the early part of tho day decided the bat tle. The seizure of Dundee Hill by the Boors was a surprise, for, although tho pickets had been exchanging 'shots all night, it was not until a shell boom ed over the town into the camp that their presence was discovered. Then the shells came fast. The hill was posi tively alive with tho swarming Boors. Still, tho British artillery got to work with magnificent energy and precision. The batteries from the camp took up positions to the south of tho town and after a quarter hour's magnificent firing silenced the guns on the hills. Tho correspondent could seo shells dropping among tho Boer pieces with remarkable accuracy and doing tro mendous execution, for the enemy wore present in very large numbers and in places considerably exposed. By this time the enemy held the whole of the hill behind Smith's Farm and the Dundee Kopje, right away to tho south, In which direction the British infantry and cavalry moved at once. The fighting raged particularly hot at the valley outside the town. Dl rectly tho Boer guns ceased firing Gen eral Symons ordered the infantry to moved on tho position. The Infantry charge was magnificent. The way .the King's Royal Rifles and the Dublin Fusiliers stormed the posItIonwas one of the most splendid sights even seen, The firing of the Boers was not so deadly as might have been expected from troops occupying such an excel lent position, but the Infantry lost heavily going up the hill, and only the consummately brilliant way in which General Symons had trained them to fighting of the kind saved them from being swept away. Indeed, the hill was almost Inaccessible to the storming party, and any hesitation would have lost the day. The enemy's guns, so far as the, correspondent could seo, were all abandoned, for the Boers had no time to remove them. A stream of fugitives poured down the hillside Into the valley, where the battlo went on with no abatement. General Symons was wounded early In the action, and the command then devolved on General Yule. A dispatch read in the house of commons last night says General Symons' wound Is mortal. The enemy, as they fled, were fol lowed by the cavalry, mounted In fantry and artillery. The direction taken wns to the eastward. At the latest reports the cavalry bad not re turned. Some say that four, and some say five, guns wero captured. The Boer ar tillery firing was weak. A lot of plug- god shells were used. Although the enemy's position was carried soon after 1 o'clock, scatter ing firing went on almost all after noon. The British losses are very severe. but those of the Boers are much heavier. A rough estimate places the British loss at 250 killed or wounded and, that of the Boers at 800. Many of the Boers surrendered. The dispatches from South Africa leave no doubt that the Boers failed In their endeavor to execute a com blned attack In Natal, and that tho British have achieved a brilliant vic tory, but at' the cost of a heavy list of kiued and wounded. The Boer plan, It Is evident, was to hold the force at Ladysmlth by de monstrations of the Free State burgh ers on the western side, so as to pre vent reinforcements being sent to Glencoe. The latter place was to be Isolated by cutting the railway between it and Ladysmlth. Finally a large force was to make a converging at tack on Glencoe. The first two items of the program were successfully carried out, but the combined operation against Glencoe failed, owing probably to the fact that the Boer military organization Is too rough and amateurish to bring large forces into simultaneous action. It Is believed that only 4,000 Boers were In the actual action. Dispatches dated Mafeklng Saturday night, and carried by dispatch riders via Kuruman and Danlelskull to Hook- town, state that Colonel Baden-Powell inflicted a tremendous blow on the Boers nine miles north of Mafeklng, Two trucks, laden with dynamite, which It was deemed unsafe to keep In Mafeklng, on account of the risk of ex plosion should the town be shelled, were sent by Colonel Baden-Powell nine miles out. In the hope that the Boers would shell and explode them, And so It happened. When the engine had uncoupled from the trucks and re treated about a mile the enemy shelled the trucks, with the result that a ter rible explosion occurred, killing, It is estimated, a hundred Boers. A Wonderful Medicine. 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These arc " facts " admitted by thousands, la all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the Nervous and ucmuiaiea is tuat tieecnam's fills navs the LarEest Sale of anv Patent Medicine In thf World. This has been achieved Without the publication of testimonials. Beecham a Pills hava for manv vesrs been the popular family medicine wherever the English language Is spoken, and. theynov st'od without a rival. 10 cents and 25 cents, at all drug stores. Faultless Labor "Faultless Prices Are responsible for our always busy business. Try us on plumbing and gas fitting. You wont regret the trial. P. W. Bell, Cor. White & Lloyd Sts. D. & J. SI EG EL, Are the recognized Stove Range and Heater dealers in town. They are sole agents There is none better in the world, and you can buy them only at Siegel's. A better stove than others and for considerable less money. furniture: i- Anything you may desire. petitors and a bigger stock. 103 South Main Street. GRAND OPENING ! FEU and wvw WVVVWVVAAWAAr-vVVVWWWAWVVVV Lowest Prices Ever Offered trie People of Shenandoah. This old reliable house extends a cordial invitation the public to examine our stock before making their pur chases. It will pay you. We have the finest line of FALL OVERCOATS For Men. Boys and Children, made especially lor this season's trade. Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods. L. REFOWICH, Prop. 10 & 12 South Main Street, - Shenandoah, Penna Tho eroat remedy for nervous organs 01 euncrsex, sucn as nervous i-rosiraiion, r ailing or jost ivianaooa, Imnotcnov. Nichtlv Emissions. Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, excessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which AFTER USING. oraer wo guarantee 10 euro or reiunu inu money. 001a at tti.uuper dox, Oboiosfor5.00. Ult. ItlOTT'S CIIIiniC'Ali CO., Clovcluud, Ohio, For Sale toy A box of our STECim rnniLT drew is an exhilarating stimulant during the hot summer months. Delivered at your homo. Columbia Brewing Company F. J, Lawrence, of 435 Fourth Ave, Detroit, Mich., exchange editor on the Evening News, says: "I never really broke down while at this work, but one lime I was In such n condition that my physi cian said I would have nervous prostration. I was in a bad way, my nerves seemed to give out and I could not sleep. I lost flesh and had a complication of ailments which baffled skilful medical treat ment. "One of my associates recom mended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People nnd I gave them a trial. The pills gave me strength and helped my shattered nerves so that I could get a full night's rest. Soon after I began taking them regularly, the pain ceased, causing me to feel like a new man." From tht Evtning A'euta, Detroit, illeh. Dr. Williams rink Pills for Tale People contain, In a ootids used form, all the ele motita npcessary to giv new life nd richness to the blood and restore ahnttered nerves. They are an unfailing specitio for such dis eases ns locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia rheu matism, nervous headache, the after-effects of la irrippe, palpitation of the heart, pale and sallow complexions, all forms ot weakness cither in male or female. consistent with for the Buckwalter flake. Far cheaper than our com & 105 STYLES to KM VITALITY Nian.vjiiiuiv'jii pixjIis prostration and all diseases ot the generative lead to Consumption and Insanity. With every P. W. Houck. EVAN J. DAVIES Livery and Undertaking n'o 13 North Jardin St. Winter Stock THE CI P IS STILL OURS, i Columbia Defeats Skamrook Tkrco Straight OontetUi. in NEARLY A GALE FOR T1NAL RA0B BIr Tliomm i.lptoti In Now Convtnami or the Stiporlorll.v of the Ainnrlmiu Vnrht In Any Kind of 11 Hrte7. Tho IMucky Clutlloiiiri-r Mny Try Axiiln. Now York. Oct. 21. Through wild nnd hoary seas, In a breete that ap proached the dignity of a gate, the gal lant Bloop Columbia yesterday van quished the IlrltlBh challenger Sham lock by 6 minutes and 18 seconds ac tual time and G minutes and 31 seconds corrcrted time, thus completing the lories for the America's cup with n magnificent rough weather duel and a Bloiious Yankee victory. For the eleventh time the attempt of a foreign er to wrest from America tho yachtlnK supremacy of tho world has failed. The trophy won by the old schooner America 4S years ago Is still ours, a monument to tho Buporlorlty of Amer ican Beamnnshlp nnd American naval architecture, and a standing challenge to the yachtsmen of all nations. The In trinsic value of the reward which hun dreds of thousands of dollars were ex pended to secure Is small simply nn antiquated pleco of silverware which Queen Victoria offered to the best swill ing ship In the world In the early days of her reign, but around it cluster the precious memories of unbroken Amer ican triumph and the honor of mastery n tho noblest of sports. To Sir Thomas Linton, whose name Is now added to the list of defeated as plrants for the honor of carrying the cup back across the Atlantic, failure was a crushing blow. Ins hope had been high, nut, like the true sports man that ho Is, the sting of defeat has loft no bitterness, nnd with undaunted courage ho Intimates that he mny be back with a better boat and try again. During his stay here Sir Thomas has made himself more popular than any previous challenger, and the yachtsmen of this country will ho clad to welcome him back. The boats havo had two fair and square races, one In light aire and tho other In a heavy blow, and Sir Thomas Is perfectly satisfied that he wns beaten by tho hotter boat. Yesterday s race was a glorious test of the rough weather qunlltios of the two yachts. There was too much frost- Inoss In the air for comfort, and It was far too rough for land lubbers. Some of the holiday fleet declined to hrave the perils of the harpies riding down on the northeaster, and those that did rolled and plunged In the tumbling billows, sending all but old salts be low. Tho prayer of- Sir Thomas for wind was answered. It was blowing 26 miles an hour nt the lightship. Even the pilot hoats, that can weather any gale, were under shortened sail. Tho course, 15 miles before the wind, south by west, carried tho yachts strnlght down the Jersoy coast to n point off Long Branch, so that the race was sailed In plain vlow of tho thousands perched upon the heights of Naveslnk, and stretched nlong the shore from Seabrlght to Asbury Park. The crew of the Columbia were pre pared for the fray in yellow oilskins and sou westers, and those or tne Shamrock In white canvas. It was blowing too hard for club topsails, and both skippers contented themselves with hoisting small working topsails. Both yachts fled across the starting line boforo the 25 knot breeze wing and wing, their spinnakers breaking out like puffs of white smoke nnd set ting hard as plaster. The ShamrocK was over a minute and one second ho foro tho defender. But this was not due to superior seamanship. Captain Barr held off for that length of time after the green boat crossed In order that he might get the position astern where he could havo an opportunity to blanket his rival. The yachts made a beautiful picture as they sped away with outstrotched pinions. Tho big sloops set so hot n pace that they iert nait tne tugDoais and some of tho steam yachts astern. They were going at a 13 knot clip, tho Yankee slowly but surely, Inch by inch, overhauling her adversary. When tho Columbia had crept up to within strik ing distance the green boat crowded on a little more canvas, setting a baby Jib topsail, and for ten minutes she seemed to hold tho American even. As the yachts approached tho outer mark the patriots, with high bounding pulses, saw thnt tho Columbia was again picking up on the enemy. At 12:10 o'clock, half a mile from the mark. the Bristol boat gotalongslde the chal lenger, and neck and neck, like a span of race horses, they bowled down for the float. Threo minutes later, when they'fook In their spinnakers prepara tory 'to gybing, tho Columbia was a length In the lead. The yachts swept around the mark, the Columbia 17 sec onds ahead, but so close that ono chorus from the fleet answered both. The Columbia gained a minute and 18 seconds In the fifteen mile run. As they leaned away on the star board tack for the beat home the white flyer was to the windward, and about a length ahead. They careened until their lee rails wero awash, and occasionally both shipped solid crests of green water forward. Everything aboard was wet and dripping. The water spurted 20 feet Into the air. The green boat labored more than the Yan kee. Once or twice she burled her bowsprit In tho seas, wetting1 her head sails. It was a grand sight. Tho Columbia pointed almost a point hichor than her rival and footed Just as fast. Tho Columbia had housed her I working topsail before they turned th9 mark, but the Shamrock hold on until, in the constantly freshening wind, she decided that it was dangerous to carry It longer, and a sailor was sent aloft to lower It. It was a delicate Job, but after five minutes of hard work it was successfully accomplished. On every tack of the thresh to windward the Yankee increased her lead, sailing so close that the old salts said she could "wipe the eye of the wind." At 1:45 the Columbia was leading by a quar ter of a mile. Tho situation for the Shamrock was desperate, and reckless of the consequences the British skip per sent up a small club topsail. The Columbia kept on under mainsail, stay and Jib. Fortunately the challenger's topmast did not carry away. Her speed Mas undoubtedly increased, but her In ability to point lost her almost as much as she gained In footing. Soon after the wind slackened a lit tle, and thereafter the Shamrock lost rather than gained ground. The Yan kee yacht shot across tho finish lint, at 2:40, and tho defeated challenger raced across 5 minutes and 15 seconds later. The Shamrock got a noisier re ception than the Columbia as she fin ished, perhaps because the time at which she crossed gave opportunity for some of the belated vessels to get up. A grand spectacle followed. The victor ixtlf.r lowering, her sails set the Hfari nrfll Strlpp nt her topmast truck, at both oikIh 1 if lic-r spreader and at the taffrnll. Kmiii the whole fleet M's stomod out In American flags. Matty ot the excursion boat k"pt their whistles Koine half i t' New York. loiter thf 1-Mti MiMiii'.l up to the ColumMu, the .Mum and .Stripes flut tering from main and mliman. The Corsair (rr"fed her with cannon, which Sir Thomas acknowledged by dipping the fCngllsb Jack at the taffrall. Then by Sir Thomas' orders the crew of the nrin lined the rail and gave threo good Anglo-Saxon cheers for the victors. They were relumed with Interest by the proud crew of the Columbia, Iter Sir Thomas went aboard the Corsair and there soon afterward Mr. leelin, managing owner of the Columbia, join ed Him. There were toasts to victor and vanquished, to America and Orent Britain, to gentlemen and ladles ami all sorts of things, and so, with felicitations nil around, the cup series for 1899 ended with the best ot good feeling. A l.ovlmr Cup Kur l.tptoil. New York, Oct. 21. Former Mayor Strong and a number ot prominent business and Wall street men have sent out a 1 all for subscriptions for th purpose of presenting to Sir Thomas .Upton a magnificent loving cup as a token of the esteem In which he Is held by the American people. It la proponed to have the presentation held at Madison Square Garden, and to have Senator Chauncey M. Depew make the public presentation speech. A committee for the purpose has been selected, of which ex-Mayor Strong Is temporary chairman. Trouble lirewlnir In Smiirm. San Francisco, Oct. 21. The steamer Moana arrived yesterday from Aus tralian ports via Apia, Samoa, and Honolulu. A press correspondent at Samoa sends news of a- startling char acter. He says: The aspect ot attain In Samoa is Indeed far from reassur ing. There Is trouble brewing, and it will come soon If the three powers do not come to aid the government and the distracted officials. The three consuls who were left here as a pro visional government hy the commis sioners are finding their position by no means a bed of roses. It Is a matter of report that the feeling between the members of tho provisional govern ment Is stratum! The doctor looked wise and said it was "nervous indigestion." But he didn't cure It. So Mr. Thos. G. Lever, of Lever, S. C, wrote to Dr. Pierce, ot Hutialo, n. v. And now Mr. Lever is well, Dr. R. V. Pierce is nnd for thirty years has been chief consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In stitute, of Buffalo. Dur ing this time he has probably treated more cases of chronic, or lingering, diseases than any other physi cian in the worm. Invalids from all over the world write to him and receive advice free of charge. During the early years of his practice Dr. Pierce compounded his "Golden Medical Discovery" which he has used ever since in treating all affections of the lungs and bronchial tubes; for purifying the blood; for toning up the nerves and whenever an honest reliable non alcoholic tonic was needed. In connec tion with it, he prescribes what other special medicine may be required in ex ceptional cases and gives directions as to diet and hygiene. The result is health. Mr. Lever writes : " I was afflicted with what the doctors called nervous indigestion. Toole medicine from my family physician to no avail. I thought raywlf incurable nt I suffered to much with pain under my ribs and an empty feeling in inv stomach. I was getting very nervous and suffered a great deal mentally, thinking that death would soon claim me. I was Irritable and impatient and greatly reduced In flesh. I could scarcely eat anything that would not produce a bad feeling In my stomach. I wrote Dr. Tierce. He pre scribed his 'Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Pellets and gave me some simple hygienic rules I am well again. I believe the 'Golden Medical Discovery ' and Pellets will cure any caseof ludigestion, torpid liver, or chronic cold Insist upon having "Golden Medical Discovery" for nothing else is "just as good." i.E EREJiVto tUK UITHER SEX This remedy requires no change of diet. Cure guaranteed in 1 to 3 days. Small plain package, by mall $1.00. Sold by CURE Klrlln'a drug store, HUMPHREYS' BAfETERINARYSPECIFICS A.A.IFF.VEIIS. Congestions. Inllarama ccuxai Hons, Lung Fetrr, Milk Fetrr. 11. ILlMMLmti. Lameness, Injuries. ccres) Rheumatism. . t'.lfOIli: THROAT, Quinsy, Kplioollc, cures 5 Distemper, Snuai jW0RMS- n. 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Gra-ctrt live SEELIQ'S. has added sUttleofScel- i' to ordinary i.offee knows a igrand drink that -viH olease her husband. PRABOWSKY HOTEL, M. GRABOWSKY, Prop. 819 N. Centre SL, PottsTille, Pa. Fine old Whiskeys, Oins and Wines, at the ha A cnoica tine ot ingars ana Temper ai.ee Drinks. Accoufmodatlon for travelara. . Meal at all houn fa MsJI Emf I s V Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses the System CI EFFECTUALLY HabituauC PERMANENTLY but the GtMuiNt-MAH'fo or (aui?rniaTg,Syrvp(2. tot 5au ei u vntMa m la. rti wtnt. Philadelphia & Reading R'y. Engines Burn Hard Coal No Smoke. in kpfeut ocrroiiKr 3, WW. Trains leavve Hhenandoab it follows: For New York via Philadelphia, week day 3 10, S 38, T 37, V M a. m., 12 28, 1 09 and 09 p. m. Sundays, 2 10 a m. For New York via March Chunk, week days, 7 87 a. m 12 20 and 8 09 p. m. For Heading and Philadelphia, week days, 2 10,S 8S, 7 87. 9 W a. m., 12 28, 8 09 and S 09 p. m. .Sundays, 2 10 a to. For l'ottsvllle, week days, 2 10, 7 37, 9 53 a. m. 12 26. 8 09. 6 09 and T 30 p, m. Sundays, 2 10 a nu For Tamaoun and Mabanor Cltr. week dan. 2 10, 737, 1U a. m., 12 26. 8 09 and 6 09 p. m. -junuaya, 2 10 a m- For Wllllamsport, Sunbury and Lewlaburg, week days, 8 27. 1182 a. m.. 12 26. 7 80 n. m. Sundays, 3 27 a m. i- or aia'iano) t-iane. wrexaaya, z 10, a zj, o it, 787.9M, 1182 a.m., 12 26, 8 09, 6 09, 7 80, SM p. m. Sundays, 2 10 and 3 27 a m. For Ashland and Sharookln, week days, 8 27, 7 87. 11 82 a. m 12 26, 3 09, 6 07, 7 26 and 9 56 p. m. Sunday, 3 27 a m. For IlaHlmore, Washington and the West via 11. ft O. K. It., through trains lea- Heading Terminal, Philadelphia. (P. A it. U K.) at 8 20, 7 S3, 1126 a. m., 8 10 and 7.27 p. Sundays 8 20, 7 00, 11 26 a. m., 3 6 and 7 27 p. m. Addi tional trains from Twenty.fourth and Chest nut atreeta station, week days, 1080 a. m. 1220 12 16 8 40 p.m. Sundays, I 85, 8 3 p. m. TRAINS FOlt BHKNANDOAn. Leave New York via Philadelphia, week days, 1215, 4 80, 7 30, 1180 a.m.,aod 190,4 80, 9 00 p.m. Leave New York via Maucb Chunk, week days, 4 SO. 9 10 a. m., 1 30, 4 40 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, Heading Terminal, week: days, 4 80, 6 86, 10 21 a. m. and 186, 4 06, 686. 11 86 p. m. Leave Heading, week days, 187, 7 00, 10 OS, a. m., 12 15, 4 17. 6 00, 8 26 p. m. Leave Pottsvtfle, week days. 7 17, 7 40 a. m. 9 80, 12 80. 1 20. 4 80, 6 10 and 6 50 p. m. Leave Tamaqua, week days, 8 18, 8 86, 1133 a. m., 149,5 56 7 r-. 9 44 p.m. Leave Mahanoy Clly, week daya, 8 4 5, 9 04, 1147 a.m. ill 8 A, 6 24, 7 44, 10 08 p. m Leave Mahanoy Plane, week days, 2 40, 4 00 630. 923 1023,1200, a. m., 2 89, 6 86, 642,75.4 10 21pm. 'Leave Willi suaport, weekdays, 7 42, 10 00 a. ni.. 12 84 and i 00 11 80 p. m. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, Leave Philadelphia Chestnut street wharf and South street Thai lor Atlantic City. Weekdays Express, 9 00, 200, 4 00, 5 00,7 13 pm. Ai-commodatlon,8 00n nt, 6 0 pm. Bun days l.'iiirt , 9 00, 10 00 a m, 7 15 p in. Aooom- muuauou, n iu n m, a to p nl. Leave Atlantic City Depot: Weekdays Ex press, 7 9 0 a in, 3 30, S 3D p m. Accommoda tion, 8 15n m, 4 Olp m. Sundays Kiprow, 4 30, 7 30 p m. Accommodation, 7 15 n m, 4 05 p m. For Cape Slay, Ocean City nnd Sc Islo City Weekdays a IS am, 4 10, SOOpm. Sundays -Chctnut St., 9 15, South fr t., 9 am. Additional for Capo May Weekday 8 00 .m. f arior cars on all express trains. vA ,... I.. i . I , . . w. .U..UCI i Liiui iintiuil, ,1' 1 J U BCm, Pniladel(.bta and Reading Railway ticket agent or address I. A. Hweioibd, Eseon J. Wkkkb, iieu-i upi uen'i posa'r Art., l!nillnrT.rmlia PMIaHvlfiM POLITICAL CARDS. 70TE FOR WM. S. LEIB, OF ASHLAND. FOR PROTI 10NOTARY. JOTE FOR FRANK R. KANTNER, OF LOFTY. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. OTI! FOR HORACE F. RABER, OF PINKaROVE. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. lTOTE FOR THOMAS J. HIGGINS, OF SIIENANDOAIL FOR CLERK OF THE COURTS. yOTE FOR M. A. CAREY, FOR FROTHONOTARY. yOTK FOR FRANK C. REESE. Op Shbsasdoau. FOR COUNTY REGISTER. y OTK FOR JOHN T. SHOENER, FOR CLERK OF THE COURTS. 70TE FOR CHARLES E. BERGER, FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. yOTE FOR EMANUEL JENKYN, Present Incumbent. FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS. Tho Rosy Freshness And a velvety aottnes-i of the akin ta Inva riably obtained by there who uao Pouoxi'a Complexion Powder.