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Mother and Babe
NONE but a mother bnowi the paint, anguish and dread that a woman endures before and during childbirth. And still nearly all this suf fering ia unnecessary. The faithful um of MOTHER'S FRIEND will In great measure overcome every distressing symptom, and labor Itself will not be a verv t rlau nrdeaL Remfmbtr that MOTHER'S FRIEND Is an ex- ? ternal liniment that softens and relaxes I the muscles, and is not a dangerous I compound ol opiates to swallow. Ask I your druggist for it or send price ($1) to I THC MMDriUD RtCLLAIOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. i Send (or our trae lllmtraied ? book, "Before Biy it Born." I IK .W W H HI Ml lit. POISON DAS ITS PLACE lu all systems of medicine, and it is fre iiuontly called for in preacriptioiia. It l evi dent. tlierefuro, that no Kiieaevrork must be per mitted in compounding prescriptions nor as to quality of the drugs employed. Our Prescription Departmont l In competent linnds, and our Ioiir i ocord of aticceasful experience wnrrs' t ua In guaranteeing absolute accuracy ntid purity Shenandoah Drug Store, 3 South Main St., Shenandoah. Telephone Connection. To The bent dressers in Shenandoah have learned that the styles we nhow are "something to tie to1' In tho mutter of taste and correctness. Our Display of Fall Neckwear For men and women, 1 a iiihject of ride on our part. For economical uyers we have some equally stylish thinga.to show. AVe ore showing a splendid line of fall suitings and trouserings. Also material for over coats Call and see them. Portz Bros., 24 North Main Street. Carload of Stoves, Heaters, Ranges, AWAIT YOUR INSPECTION. AT OUR STORE. We have the best satisfactory giving products that are being sold anywhere. Save money by coining to see us and our display. DAVISON'S DEPARTHENT STORES, Nos. 1 19-121-123 North Main St. Fall and Winter Footwear. Don't buy elsewhere until you see our stock. It is a winner and so are the prices attached to every pair ot shoes, whether for men, ladies, misses, or children. We sell the "best" qualities of footwear cheaper than any other shoe dealer Mothers should bear in mind that our children's shoes are the most durable. We are closing out another lot very cheap. BOSTON FACTORY SHOE 27 South Main Street. Shenandoah, Pa. I. SPONT, PROP. FOUR DOORS ABOVE POST OFFICE. We do good honest eye work. We have many testi monials in this valley, because we use the very latest methods in testing your' eyes and charge only reasonable prices for eye glasses or spectacles. Thos. Buchanan, Jeweler and Optician, No. 118 South Main Street. . , for two Tarda wide oil XI f cloth U not au every day ' I' -J V- - pportunltv. That hour Belling price. Will buy an extra Urire kear of the floeat while mlt. II erel ever brought to town. We bate a cheaper kind, alio very good. , Try our Mince Meat, 8 pound (or 23 cent. E3. A. Friedman, 213 W. Centre St. Two doora below Muir dairy. Some- pjP " ""j PITHY POINTS. IIIpiiIiii; ThrniiRlioiit tlm Uoiinlry Vliroiilrlml tor llmlr 1'erusal. Tills whs pension day. Tuesday nest is election day. Stoves nt RwHltu'n Intidn-nre ntnre. Attend divine worship to-morrow. Several farmers' innlltiites will lie held In this nounty ditritiK Decemlier. Heaters at Swnliu'a Imidware storo. Tin- butchers of MhIuiiiov lity liave de. clued to close their shop, on summya. Art wall rwpeiant Cat din's ford mid (I cents tier roll Come and see them. tf The tecently onratilzeil Mnlmnoy City Choral Union now Intga tuomliorshlli of 105. CIihs. Weirn, who was committed to prison on u charge of staMiliiK Michael McCool, of l'alo Alto, Is out on lull, having furnished the required (500 I Kind Have you Been Sivalm's line of stoves and heaters ? James Kersliner, of Mahatior City, has been appointed traveling salesman fur Ytiengllng's hrewery. The store news in the Kvkniko 11kiiai.ii Is always Interesting and prufltalilo reading. Thrifty buyers keep their uyes on tho ads. Tho Philadelphia aud Reading Coal mid Iron Company is Increasing It capacity for stnrinir coal in the big schutes aloug the rail load. Foot Hall. Tho foot ball team of tho local High school wont to Ashland this afternoon to try con clusions with tho High school team of that place. llltton by n lojr Mary Murdook, n ! t-yetir-oM girl of Malm noy City, whs soveroly bitten on the leg by a dog this morning. The wound was cauterized and tho dog shot. oaeo8OOoesaa0OO0oe6ooaooaeeseeooeeeoo00esti9oeooo a e - ana j&esb m p E pills S S For all Bilious nnd Nervous Disorders; Sick a S Headache, Constipation, Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Disordered Liver, and Impure Blood, a Beechsm'e Pills bsvo tho largest sale of any Proprietary Medlclno In the world. This has boon q q achieved without the publication of testimonials. 10 cents and 25 cents, at all drug stores, q ooooQaa0aB8O8OOeoq9aaoaocB0oaaooococoao9ae9aosi flANNlNO. New Shoe Store. We wish to announce to the people of Shenandoah and vicinity that we will open a shoe store on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 499, Which will comprise footwear of all description at prices much lower than the lowest. Wc have had years of experience in the shoe business, and will -guarantee you more value than elsewhere. E. flANNING, Corner Main and Oak Streets. 9S GAUGHAN'S. SB Indies' Wal.ts In plaids, plain cloth, mercerized satteen and mohair In plain, tucked anil braided fronts, from SO cents to $2.50. FACTORY SHOE STORE NO. 5. SOUTH tVlAIM ST. XXXXXXXXCOOXXXXXXXXXXXX Special Sale CHILDREN'S CAPS, New Styles, New Shapes, at Lowest Prices, Saturday : and : Monday : Only ! F. J. PORTZ,- 21 North Main Street. ixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxi PERSONAL MENTION. (' ,1. Qiifnti. of Hcrnntoii, Is spending it few (lays in town on business. S 0. M. Ilnllopetor, Hq., tins returned from it visit to Philadelphia. Jilt Qirrlo Kiiy Is ill nt her homo on South .In nil li street. Fred. (Iruhlcr Ims rcturnod from Wothorly, bavliiR reslKiied from bis position thero. John Charles was n pnasoiigor to Philadel phia to-dny, to witness tho Harvard I'onnsyl VHiiin foot ball gamo. ltev. Charles Cooper, financial bkciiI for the Muhlenberg College nt Allcntown, vrasn vMtor to town to-day lu the interest of tho Institution. Church Noilcea, Service lu tho I. M. church to-morrow niiirning nnd evening. Morning subject, "The Dying Christian's Reflections' Sunday school nt 2 p tn. Evening subject, "Man a Wanderer From Uod." A kind Invitation is extended to all. Holy Communion will be administered at the morning scrvico In tho M. E. church to morrow. At tho regular evening service Miss I.lllle Dovoy, of Wm. I'enn, will render two solos. The young lady is possessed of n flno volco and her renditions are always much appreciated. Buy Koynl Patent Flour. It Is the best In tho market Deeds llecorried. Deeds were offered fur record yesterday as follows: From Frank II. Allen, ctal, toSellg niHii Livingston, premises In Tamaqua ; from Daniel J. Mummey, ct uz, to Henry Roth, premises In Union township; from Wm. Mummey, ot tlx, to Daniel J. Mummey, Jr , premises In Union townh!p ; from Lehigh C. & JJ. Co. to E. A. Gllfert, promises In Tamaqua m m. a e flANNlNQ. New Goods. ladles', Misses and Children's Coats are now being dnily received by us. Wu hnvo a lnro stock of tho best tallor-mnde gnrmente In attractive fitylep, well flttinc;, made from best materinls and lined throughout with satin aLd plain and fancy bIIIc taffeta. Ladles' all-wool Kersey Jackets, from $3.75 to $14 00. Ladles' all-wool Kersey Jackets, In tan, castor and blue, $7.oo, $8.'oo, $lo.oo to $H.oo. Children's Jackets, 6 to 14 years, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.oo, $4 to $6. If you are Interested In blankets there Is an Inducement hero for you to buy. Our special 11-4 all-wool home-mado blankets at $3.78 worth 5.00, Is a bargain. A large cotfon blanket white nnd grey, with fancy borders, 39c'. For these you would bo asked elsewhere 50o to GCc Flno California blankets, with red, blue and pink borders, from $4.50 to $7.00. Fall Announcement We have now the pleasure ot announcing to the public that we have the largest and most complete line of winter foot wear. They are none but the latest styles at FACTORY PRICES Our line of Winter Russets are genuine beauties. A call to our store will be appreci ated and prove beneficial to you. ABE LEVIN E, Prop, 1,000,000 GIVEN AWAY. By Bpuclul nnd particular nrrantrt tnont with tho inaniifnettirora of Dr. Divltl Konnodv'fl l-'avorilo Remedy, froo trial bottles of this went medicine for tho Kbliicyn, Liver, Hlndder nnd Blood. Hliputinitlam, Itvapepslit and Constipation, will bo sent nbsolntely free, postpaid, to nil persons Buffering from nny of tho ilipeascH mentlonea abovo who will Bund their full name and post ofllco niMross to the DR. DAVID KENNEDY CORPORATION, Rondout, N. Y.. providing they men tion this pnper when they write. A very simple test to determine whether your Kidneys or Bladder ar diseased is tn put somo of your urin In a glues tumbler nnd let it stand 24 hours; if It. Ims aepdimcnt or n cloudy, ropy or stringy appearance, if It Is pal or discolored, vui do not need n nhjr Ician to teli yon that you are in a dangerous condition. Dr. David Ken nedy's Favorite Hemedy speedily cure irach serious symptoms o n pain in th back, inability to hold urinp. a burning scalding pain in passing it. Frequent, desire to urinate especially nt night,' tho staining of linen by your urine and ail unpleasant and danucroua effect produced on the system by tho os of vhlskey nnd beer. By a searching investigation it wm found that over 91 per cent of th people who sent for a sample bottls were so much benefited by its use that they purchased n largo sized bottle of tboir druggist, which In most case) cured them, while in somo rare in stances it took a( many ns two or oveni three bottles toeffert npermnncntcure.' Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Rem edy Is sold by all druggists at $1.00 pl large bottle, or six bottles for $6.00, PRIVILEGES TO SOLDIERS. Tlie.v Win I'rolmbly llo l'ormlttort to Send Souvi'iili'H'I hnillllli tlin Mulls. Wnahhigton, Nov. 4. At yesterday's cabinet meting tho imrtlcular point under discussion wns that iirvolvlng the right under tho law of our soldiers In the Philippines to send through tho malls to friends In this country souvenl-s of little or no commercial value. Under a strict construction of tho law articles of any commercial value, except books, are prohibited from being sent through the mail. Hut the government, realizing that with the approach of the Christmas holidays the soldiers sorvlng In the Philippines undoubtedly will wish to send home somo mementos of thoir service, an honest effort will bo made to over come the dlfllculties presented. It Is probable that Secretary Gago will .formulate some regulation which will meet tho situation. A Frightful BlundT Will often cause a horrible Hum, Scald, Cut or Bruise, llucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world, will kill the pain and promptly heal it. Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boi's, Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by A. Wasley, Urugjrist. NoCnmnotoiit I'on Tonliimkors Horn Cumden, N. J., Nov. 4. Commission or General of Immigration Powderly has recommended tho discontinuance ot siich proceedings as may have been started against the C. Howard Hunt Pen Manufacturing company, of this place, lor alleged violation of the pro visions of the alien contract labor laws In bringing six expert pen toolmakers from England. It was found that no competent men could be secured in the United States. A Card, We, the undorsisned, do hereby agroo to refund tho money on a 50-ccut bottle of Greeno's Warranted Syrup of Tar if it falls to cure your cough or cold. Wo also guaran too a 25-cciit bottle to prove satisfactory or money refunded. A. Wasley, C. II. Haeenbuch, Shenandoah DrueStore, P.W. Rierstpln A Co. KdiicritocOni"""!! Xnt fount University Washington, Nov. 4. The propo sition for ,i national university at Washington under government aus pices was nczatlved yesterday by tho committee of the National Educational association, which has been in session here the past two days. Instead the committee has made a suggestion con templating a plan by which persons who have had exceptional educational opportunities may secure the advan tages offered by the government Insti tutions at Washington. Hundreds of lives saved every year by having Dr. Thomas' Ecloctric Oil In the houso just when it is needed. Cures croup, heals burns, cuts, wounds of every sort. llowoy'i Sword" lit' Ills flcslilonco. Washington, Nov. 4. The sword presented to Admiral Dewey by con gress was removed yesterday from tho office of the secretary of the navy whero It has been on public exhibition, to the residence of the admiral. On Every Bottle Of Shiloh's Consumption Cure is this guar antco : "All wo ask of you Is to nso two- thirds of tho contents of this bottle faith fully, then If you can say you are not benefited return the bottle to your druggist aud ho may refund tho price paid." Price 25 cts. 60 cts. aud $1.00. Sold by P. D. Klrliu on a guarantee. Ladies' and Misses' Garments The great success ol our coat department has been brought about by giving the best values for the least money. This season we offer the nicest and most complete line of.garmeuts. Coats in all colors, Tans, Modes, Blues, Black, lined with skinner satin, mercarized satin, and silk. Also a fine selec tion of misses' and children's coats, neatly trimmed in braid and bias strips. A special line of Plusli, Cloth, As trakhan and Oolf Cpes Collarettes made of I'osum, Wool, Seal and Beaver Fur. A nice assortment of single and double plain and plaid Scotch wool shawls. Come and s;e them. R. R GILL, NORTH MAIN STREET BALANCE GROWS $60,000. Tim County Commissioners Are (living the l'eiiln (looit Administration. That tho present hoard of County Com missioners nru faithfully guarding the In terests of tho taxpayers of tho county Is now tirotly generally conceded. If any further proof was uct-dod, It is only necessary to direct attention to tho hoalthy condition of tho county treasury. This Is hardly neces sity, unless it ho to those who are blinded liy political or other considerations. I lie statement for tbo mouth of October shows that the total expenditures for county purposes was t:iS.C30.U0, hut out of this niuoiitit $20,000 was a judgment paid to the Kafe Deposit Hank, so that the net expendi tures for tho month was $18,530 00. The halanco ill the treasury has Increased over $30,000 slucotho first of October The amount of the 1600 duplicate paid In thus far Is about $102,270 OS. Item thus be readily seen that J14.-1U0.70 U the amount of this year's duplicate wuu.u lias been paid fur county purposes. Deducting tho $20,000 judument paid, only $21,000 of tins year's ilupllcato has been expended up to November 1st. This is a condition of aflalrs deserving of tliu highest commendatlou, aud is the result oi the excellent busliioss-llko, economical administration Inaugurated by Commissioner Kantuer anil bis colleagues. "Woe, Woe, Is the l.m or the aiurlsll" The fairies sang It over tho poor captive, Prince Ferdinand, while ho lay hound aud helpltsstn tho toils of Hecate, the malevolent witch, llut it will apply as well to those) n ho fail to sco aud hear tho operetta. The valiant Priuco extricated himself from his helpless condition by tho aid of Titanla's Iin- cliau'.od bword, but thero will be no remedy for those unhappy and disappointed people who miss tbo presentation on the 21ut, for It will not be repeated there will be no oocond opportunity. Seriously, wo aro afraid that somo of the very people wliom we most wish to sco it may fail to do bo, because they think the eiijoyuieut would not comtieusaUj them for their time or money, while it Is the great- est mistake to suppose that either one is in porportiou to tho value of tho entertainment People do not expect much of au amateur performance aud no doubt they aro often borne out in their opinion bystbe facts in tho case, Jtut we repeat, this is not au ordinary affair. Competent musical critics, who haVe heard portions of the rehearsals, are enthu siastic in their praises. You will understand this when you hear Mis Uilpiu aud Mr. Hough siuu their duett, "Spirit of Love," or the former aud Mr. Timinous slug, "Adieu, oil rjjge," lu tho magician's cave, or the Witch's song over her boiling, bulibliug, troubling cauldron, All hearts will be captivated by the grace and beauty of tho Fairy Quoeu and her myriads of "merry, skipping, tripping ("airies," while the Wood Sprues are going to furnish fun enough for every oody. All we can say is that if you mUs it, you will mUs a treat. A Moral Perjurer. From Philadelphia Inquirer. Just a word or two to the newspapers of j-enusytvania. There is published (n the town of 1'ottsville. in the county of Schnvl. kill, a Democratic newspaper known as the Kveniug Chronicle. Wo leave it to the state press to say whether that journal is not a moral perjurer. Sumo days ago The Inquirer Drintcd an article lu which, after paying fair tribute to the character or Mr. George J. Wadliuger, the Democratic candidate for additional law judge in that county, it contrasted Judge lieuuing with Mr. Wadlincer. and Dlalnlv said that there was no reason why Judge Heunlng should not bo elected. By the elimination of that portion of the article In which reference to Judge llennlui: was made. the Evening Chronicle has made it appear that The Inquirer said that here was no reason why Mr. Wadliuger should not be elected, and gave circulation to tho lie. Wo leave it to the Pottsville Evening Chronicle to say how much honor there is in Mich misrepresentation, nieroly directing, In passing, attention to the fact that in every other newspaper office in the interior of the state there Is a higher standard of journalism that that of tho Pottsvillo Evening Chronicle. WM. I'KNNi ' Mrs. Harriet Willman, of Mt. Carmel, vis ited this place yesterday. Kov. Henry Pre stnn. nflstnr nf f lm r TV church at Mahanoy Plane, circulated among menus nere. Miss Jennie Jones is on the road to recovery. Mrs. Robert Leceet. who has been 111 c. eral weeks, is improving rapidly. Services in the M. E. church to-morrnw Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. ; Jr. Epworth Loague, 2 p. m. ) preaching at 6 p. m. by the pastor, subject, ' the ureit Salvation." Chestnuts For Winter Use. A good plan for storing chestnuts for winter use Is to place a small quantity of salt In the bags with the nuts. They will then become soft and sweet and any worms which happen to be among them will bo driven out. The bags will become covered with sweat caused by the salt, but this will not impare the qual ity of the nuts in tho slightest degree. This plan Is followed by many persons, and Is con sidered one of the best. Deaths and Funerals. Edward Carr, aged 17 months, 10 North Bridgo street, died last night from diph theritic croup. John Navin, who resided midway between Ashland and Locust Dale, died in Philadel phia yesterday from Brlght's disease. Ho was thirty years old aud unmarried. The funeral of the late Benj Zimmerman. of Pottsville, took place yesterday, interment at Tamaqua. Valentine Schonder, a former well known resident of Pottsville, died at his late home at Philadelphia, of ailments incident to old age. He was In his eightieth year. The funeral of Terrence Sherry took place irom the lamlly residence at WIggans to-day. High mass was celebrated at St. Canlcus church, Mahanoy City. The Hallots Arrive. The ImllnlR tn ha IlRAll nt tliA n1o.tlnna In town next Tuesday arrived to-d&v and distributed among the proper omcera. J.ooomotlve lixplhrlea Two Killed. Towanda, Pa., Nov. 4. Two men were instantly killed and another fa tally Injured by tho explosion of a Le high Valley locomotive near Wyalu Blne, a short distance from here. The dead are Fireman Eugene Deocan nnd Brakeman Warren Robinson. The In jured man is Daniel Georgia, engineer. The locomotive wos rented by tho Le high Valley company. It was blown to pieces. Trafflo was blocked for five hours. I'oiiiiMylvaiilii Hofi?rilrliiir Suit. New York. Nov. 4. The Pennsylva nia Hallroad company has filed papers In a libel suit to recover $10,000 from the City of Augusta, of the Savannah lino, for damages to tho ferryboat Chi cago, sunk In collision. The libel al leges that the City of Augusta was at fault In keeping too near the New York pier line, running at too high a rate of speed and falling to take the proper precautions to avoid a collision. CASTOR I A Por Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature Vigor Restored PANE'S Mrs. Alice Terry Wood, 515 Highland Street, Helena, Mont.f writes: "I can say to al that I. beli eve Paine's Celery Compound a great medicine. I should liave been in my grave if it hadn't been for that, and I can say to all that are tired and run down to try it and they will find relief at once. "My trouble was general weakness, with no strength or appetite, and heart trouble. I have taken four bottles of it and feel likti a new person. Now I have a good appetite, do all of my work, and feel well." Paine's Celery Compound will reinforce weakened and irritated nerves. Nerve fibre is made and nerve force is increased. The liver, stomach and kidneys are kept in healthy action. The blood is made full of nourishment. The body does not suffer exhaustion or wear ing pains Lbut is constantly sustained in strength and vigor. GO FOR YOUR To the Baltimore Cheap store. There yovt will find! a great assortment in dishes, tinwear, agatewear crockery aud household goods. A FEW OF Stove plrrs, 12 cents. iiuowi, 12 cc 111a WiviHrii rn.Hu. Idpnnl. IImuiiiii IS Mtli. Stove polish, t cents box. fthnA I nltxti. It e.nt klui. Machine oil, 3 cents bottla. l'on't lie too lnie, na Baltimore Cheap BY Celery Compound BARGAINS OUR PRICES : Clotbeg.plns 1 cent n doaisn, Neetllea, I cent a paper Ttim&lbro, 2 cents a piece. Celt a mliU 21 centa. Co IT en pots, 10 centa: Hnjit. 11) nltwa fnr 9. nonl. W lulling: powder, 2 boitaforS centa. jjooda are iroliie up, Store, 30 East Centre Street.