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Told by a Sliennnuoafi Citizen For the Benefit of Shenandoah People. Tho greatest Importnnco httaclicd to tho following Is that It concerns a Sliouamloab citizen. It would loso thrco-querters of its Interest if it involved somo rosldonj of Kala mazoo, MIcIj., or Woonsockct, It. I. Like nil tlio testimony which has appeared lioio, and like all which will follow about the old Quaker remedy, Doan's Kidney Tills, it comes from residents, fallow citizens and neighbors. No other remedy ohm show such a record of homo cures. Itoad this case : Mrs. Wm Orndwcll, of 28 North Gilbert street, says : "I had pain across my lolm and when standing much an aching took me across my back. At times there wa con siderable pain between my shoulders. The kidney secretions were not normal and caused an uncomfortable feeling. I had a tired sen sation mornings which made me loso all my energy. I became Interested in Doan's Kid ney Pills and procured them from Klrlin's drugstore Though I did not tako a wholo box I found thorough relief from the troubles." Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. Price So cents. Mailed by Foster-Milbum Co., liuflalo, N. Y. Sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name Doan's and take no L other. LIVERITA THE UP-TO-DATE LITTLE LIVER PILL CURES jBillousnoss. Constipation, Dyspepsia, ! Sick-Head -acho and Liver Complaint. SU&flR COATBD. Sold by all druggists or Bent by mall. jNmltsMellcslCo., Ctlctro Bo box contains IS pills. Sold by KIrltn s drug store, Shenandoah, Pa. tffe rriiiIi-tv'a EiisUkh Diamond ItrmnA -Cv Orllulnaniy genuine, w Urartu lor tmcisier ,J7 RM A In ItA tntl CSold ntll a ruilM as-alad with bin nDDOQi 1 IKS no other. Refutt dangtrtnt tu&itiftf V la Utnpt for artlouHri, tMllnwalfclt n " Kellef for fadlM." tttr,r rt YlJ.lhtrCtmJelC-WuiUcmBqBrt, HUMPHREYS' Witch Hazel Oil THE PILE OINTMENT. One Application Gives Relief. It cures Piles or Hemorrhoids Ex ternal or Intr nal, Mind or Bleedlng.ItchlngorBunitng.Flssures and Fistulas. Relief Immediate cure certain. It cures Bums, Scalda and Ulcerations and Con tractions from Inmu. The Relief Instant healing wonderful. It cures Torn, Cut or Lacerated Wounds and Bruises. It cures Bolls, Carbuncles, Felons, " Runrounds," Ulcers, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy or Scald Head. It cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and Soro Nipples. Invaluable. It cures Salt Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters, Sore Lips or Nostrils. Corns, Bunions, Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects, Slosqulto Bites and Sunburns, Throo Sizes, 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sold by Druggists, or sent pre-paid on receipt of price. HUMPHREYS' MED. CO., Cor. Willis in dc John His., XEW YORK. AnUSEHENTS. perguson's Theatre. DAN. J. PEEGUSOH, Mgr. One INI Ight Only. THURSDAY, NOV. 16, '99. Mil, ALFRED LEE present the Romping. Itolllcklug, Frothy, Mili tary, Musical Comedy. "The Bachelor's Baby." By Covins Fletciieii. A comedy in thrco ncta. 1 KILlib : 25c, 35c and 50c Reserved, seats at Ktrlln's drug store. perguson's Theatre, DAN. J. FERGUSON, Manager. One Night Only I Friday, Nov. 17 LINCOLN J. OAltTKR'S Masterpiece of Wage Realism, Under -The- Dome Tlie greatest success of tlio ace. A sumptuous scenlo spectacle. A con tinuous series of Dramatic Surprises! Startling Situations i Novel Effects 1 Thrilling Climaxes A POWERFUL COHPANY. Caa ha Marvelous Htorm CPPNP OCC U1C Great Kerry lloat OtrilE Prices : v. 25, 35, and 50 Cts Reserved Seats at Krlln's Drug Htroe, 1UU No Hopo of Saving the Cruiser or Hor Valuablo Contents. LANDED READY FOB A FIGHT, lint Inntond ori'linitHtr Hostile Tliry JTotimlitllitirSnvitKo Pooplo Who Ilo irnrilod Thorn Willi Curiosity Mntiy KBi-apcd In Uiiclor ClotlilUK. Manila, Nav. 16. Further dotnlls re Rurdlng tho grounding of the United States cruiser Charleston show that she struck an uuclinrtod coral reef ten miles east of Kamlguln Island. Her Hern was almost submerged and the bow almost out of water. A heavy sea was on. and tho cruiser ocean roll ing violently. The water tight doors were quickly closed, but were stovo In under tho englno compartment, the lanrest of the shin. After the first efforts to right her the officers feared she might slide off bo- causo of the heavy sea, and therefore abandoned the attempt to save her. They hurried to the launch and boata and rowed away, prepared u, .turn ior a landlnc. with two Colt guns, 134 rifles and ten days' rations. Somo of the officers and mon wore dressed only In Daiamas and their under clothing. Two hours after the Charleston struck all had gotten away. A party returned two divvs Inter, but found It impos sible to save anything. The first landing was made on a little island, with a front of barren rocks. Next day the hoat3 again toon to tlio water and proceeded to Kaml guln Island, where a landing was made In the expectation that ngnting wouiu be necessary. So far from this being the case, however, the Charleston a men found a half savage people, who regarded them with curiosity rather than hostility. On the third day the storm nan greatly subsided and Lieutenant John McDonald, with iioatswain uom- inlck Olvnn and six men. started for the Gulf of Llngayon in a 30 foot sail ing launch, hoping to nnd an American warship, but entirely ignorant or. uen- oral wheaton's expedition. Lieutenant McDonald was four aays afloat, keeping under shelter of tne hostile shore for two days on account of the high seas; being most of the time in a soaking rain. Finally, tiymg the Union .Tack down, clad in their under clothing and drenched to tne skin, the officer and his companions overtook the transport Aztec, which carried them to the battleship Oregon The gunboat Helena was due to ar rive at Kamaguln Island Monday. The Charleston was returning from a Ave weeks' cruise along the eastern coast of Luzon, and Admiral Watson was heelnnlnc to be uneasy. He supposed, however, that she had joined uenerai Wheaton 8 expedition. In naval circles the accident is con sidered quite unavoidable. Tho only wonder Is that there ar? not more such disasters in Philippine waters, which aro most Indifferently charted. The Charleston lies practically In the onen sea. and there is no nope oi sav ing her or the valuable parapnernana and contents of the cruiser, Millions aiven Away. It Is certainly Erntifyinc to the public to know of ono concern in tho land who aro not afraid to bo ecnerous to the needy and suffer ing. The proprietors or Dr. King's fvew Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have riven away over ten million trial bottles or this great meuicino; anti nave tne satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands of boneless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis. Hoarseness ana an diseases oi I tlm Throat. Chest and Lnncs are surely cured by it. Call on A. Wasley, Druggist, and get a trial bottle free. Regular size 50c and f 1. Every bottlo guaranteed, oi price refunded. tfTinnmaker on Elb3tlon Vrnuds. New York. Nov. 14. In a signed statement published in The World ex- Postmaster General John Wanamaker discusses tho need of ballot reform. and declares: "In Philadelphia tvo have not had an hone3t election for many years, and the debauchery of tho ballot has acquired the system ana nreclslon of a science with the domi nant so-called Republican machine. This has not been the growth of a day or a year, but has been perfected by a steady, systematic development of the most minute details of original Ingenuity. The machine has educated the followers In election crime, and rewarded them according to their per fection in fraudulent arts, what is called tho Democratic organization Is but an agency of the corrupt Republi can machine. A Sensible Man Would use Kemp's Balsam for the Throa and Lungs. It is curing more cases of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup and all Throat and Lung troubles, than any other.medicine. The proprietor has author ized any druggist to give you a sample bottle free to convince you of the merit of this great remedy. Price 25c and Sc. Cheap Kxcurslons to Export Uxpomtlon. The National Export Exposition is un doubtedly one of the finest opportunities ever presented to the peoplo of the United States. To accommodate residents of this vicinity, arrangements have been made by the Phila delphia & Reading Railway to sell special excursion tickets from this vicinity to Phila delphia, on November 3rd and 17th at the low rata of single fare for the rouud trip (but no adult ticket sold at less rate than 73 cents) lnrlnding admission coupon to the Exposi tion, These tickets to be good going only on specified train morning of sale, aud good re turning on any regular train within three days Including day of sale. In addltiou to above, ten-day excursions to Philadelphia will be run November 1st, lStb and 22d, For full information as to rates, time of trains, etc., consult ticket ageuts or address Edsou J. Weeks, Qou'l Passenger Agt., Philadelphia No Cnrnotrlo-ltnokfrollnr Wnr. Pittsburg, Nov. 16. At a meeting ot the Carnplo Steel company and Frlck Coke company yesterday It was re solved that no change be made either In organization, ownership or policy. Mr. Carnegie signified his entire con currence with this action, and ex pressed himself as delighted to con tinue as before with his partners. With reference to the recent newspaper re ports of war between tho Rockefeller and Carnegie Interests, the company states that these reports have no foun dation In fact. Oraln-0 Brings Relief to tho collee drinker. Coffee drinking Is a habit that Is universally Indulged lu and almost as universally Injurious. Have you tried Grain-Oi It is almost like collee but the effects are just tho opposite. Coffee I upsets tho stumuvb, ruins the digestion, effects the heart and disturbs the whole nervous system, flraln-0 tones up the stomach, aids digestion aud strengthens the nerves. Therols nothing but nourishment lu Qraln-0 It cau't be otherwise. 15 and 23c per package. More men and women are troubled with weak and imper fect kidneys than with any other form of disease. There is but specific for the urinary organs that can be relied upon that Warner's Safe Cure. "f FAIR FACE A: AY PROVE A FOUL BAR GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES SAPOLIO W.OTTS PENNYROYAL of menstruation." They womanhood, aiding development of orgnus nnd body. No known remedy for women rentals them. Cannot do harm life becomes n pleasure. $1.00 1M3H liOX UY MAIL. Sold by dnigfrists. DK. MOTT'S CUKMICAT. 00. Cleveland, Ohio. For Sale toy R. W. Houek. DR. E. C. mW Pie ire TREATMENT BE0BE Tho Original. All In sold under a posltlvo Written Guarantee, by authorized agents only, to euro Weak Memory, Dizziness, Wakefulness, Fits, llysterla. Quickness, Night Losses, Evil Dreams, Lack of Oonlidcnce, Nervousness, Lassitude, all Drains, Youthful Errors, or Excessive Use ot Tobacco. Onlnm. or Liquor, which leads to Mlserv. Consnmntlon. Insanltv and Death. At storo or by mall, l a box; six Refund money. Sample Package, containing five days treatment, with full Instruc tions. 23 cents. One saniplo only sold to each person. At storo or by malL Red Label Special Extra Strength. Impotencv, Loss ot Power, Lost Manhood, Sterility or Barrenness. $1 For six for to, with Written Guarantee to cure Sold at Klrl In's '8 "Winter Russett Shoes." Gentlemen : We have the finest line of Men's Winter Russetts in the town. They are genuine beauties. We guarantee every pair of them to be strictly solid and are leather lined. Have three soles, and are sold in town at $3.00. Our price is S225 We have the same shoes in black. Other winter Russetts in different styles, ranging from $1.49 to $3.00 per pair. The right place to buy all your shoes and boots is at the FACTORY SHOE STORE, NO. S. SOUTH MAIN SX. Faultless Labor 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. GO FOR YOUR To the Baltimore Cheap store. There you will find a great assortment in dishes, tiuwear, agatewear, crockery and household goods. A REW OF OUR PRICES: Stove pipes, 12 bents. Elbows, 12 cents. Wooden palls, 10 cents. Brooms, 13 cents. Stove polish, 3 cents a box. Shoe t ollah. S cents a box. Machine oil, 3 cents a bottle. Don't be too late, as Baltimore Cheap Coining Events. Nov 21. Operetta, "Prince Ferdinand and the Enchanted Sword," at Ferguson's theatre. Nov. 24. National Festival lu ltohblus Ilall, North Main street, under auspices of the Young Men's Uible Class of tho Presby terian Sabbath school. Nov. 21. Fourth annual ball of the De fender Hose Company No. 3, to ho held In the Hose Company's Hall. Turkey Bun. Dec. 18 Grand entertainment, "Tho bear of Bethlehem," at the Primitive Methodist church. If ftlM firl nd unfortunate Arri rruni I YmUMUI Errort, Loat VltsUit VuMMW, fit. r end for Hvrorn Test 1 mon U Is tad Bookr Troth-to 1'rof. U. JV. THEHL, 51. lK,k flOl North bUth bU I'klUdelphta.L 1. latlivslr lha OBIT m-ftttttlaft la htl iaLm to oar teen thoaxh tht matt Mlebrtted Mtr lftlUUlUhjd.VmbeuMerlla4tolO(lTi.Houra9 t,T OJT v T T T T YTV- T T Tf To PATENT Good Ideas may be secured by our aid. Address, THE PATENT RECORD, Raltlmnra. Ui Subscriptions to Tht Patent Secord lUOpu aaau n one known kidneys and always one is, PILLS: They overcome Weak ness, irregularity and missions, increase vig or and banish "nains aro "LIFE SAVEttS" to girls at WEST Others Imitations. for is: with Written Guarantee to Cure or a box; In 30 days. At store or by mall. Drug Store. DECORATIVE ART S3 lias Achieved IU greatest triumphs In our artist I a and handsome stock of wall papers. All the latest designs and fashionable shades and colorings are embodied In our superb stock of art wall papers We have 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 ! 224 West Centre St. Shenandoah. ABE LEVINE, Prop consistent with 'S and Brain ,SSFaultless Prices BARGAINS Clothes pins 1 cent a dozen. KeetHefl, 1 cent u paper. Tumblers, 2 cents a piece. ColTre mllU SI cents. CoQeo pots, 10 cents. Soap, 10 pieces for 23 cents. Washing powder, 2 boxes for 3 cents. goods are going up. Store, East c3t?e Street A box of our ram n hilt Bra is an exhilarating stimulant during the hot summer months. Delivered at your homo Columbia Brewing; Company riilllons of Dollars Gouplnnmokb every year. Take no risks but get your houses, stock, fur uiture, etc., Insured in flrst-cl&ss re liable companies as represented by DAVIl. FAUST, weeB. 4lio IJU audAccldsoUl oufaulir A QUINTET Bounded Up After Boing Watohod For Sovoral Months. A COLLEGIAN LEADS THE OAHQ, He 1.m1 III Cln In Coliunliln Law flohool, nnd lnliurltiwl 11 nl r n Million Krom III" I'atlior Afior I.onvlnir Col-lciro-llo In Wniitcri In Chloimo. New York, Nov. IB. There Is at po lice headquarters here a quartet of prisoners In whom the police of al most every lame American city and many of the leading business house, hanks and trust companies have a deep tnterost. They wcro rounded up after being watched for several months, and .ero formally held hy a police magl trato yesterday on the nominal charge of being suspicious persons. Tho police of- Now York say that most of thm havo been convicted here and elsewhere of swindling that has netted them many thousands of dol lars. The prisoners nre: Alonzo J. Whlteman, 30 yoars old, of Danville. N. Y.. the alleged head ot the gnng. a graduate of the Columbia Law school; Frank Bdniunds, 40 years old, clerk, of New York; John Thompson, alias William Hartley, allaB P. Lawton, alias Dr. George W. Johnson, 31 years old. clerk, residence unknown; Robert J. Knox, 42 years old, lawyer, New York. There Is under arrest at Pittsburg a fifth member of the gang, Charles D. Stewart, alias Charles Ward, about 60 or 70 years old. Ho was arrested there Monday. According to tho statoraent given out by Captain McCluskey, chief of de tectives, Hartley, under the name of Dr. George W. Johnson, entered Into negotiations with the real estate Arm of John P. James & Son, In Brooklyn, for the purchaso of a $10,000 house. "Dr. Johnson" said he would pay $5,000 down and would carry the remaining $5,000 on a first mortgage. In nego tiating with the Central Trust com pany, of Brooklyn, regarding tho In terest on the mortgago "Dr. Johnson" managed to secure $360 on a fraudulent check from the company, ho having deposited a draft for $3,000 drawn on the Hoboken Loan and Savings insti tution. This was one ot the many similar cases, Captain McCluskey says, that Hartloy will havo to answer for. Several months ago a man claiming to bo W. L. Howe, cashier of the Na tional bank, of Lawrence, N. Y., order ed 10,000 drafts of a certain design from a firm of lithographers in tnis city, and paid for them In cash. They were sont to him In "care of Mrs. Whltoman, Dansville. N. Y." A few days later a North river ferryboat deckhand found one of the books ot drafts In the river, and the book was sont to a detective bureau. Soon re ports of bogus drafts began to pour from all over tho country. They were all made on these forms, ana drawn on the National bank, of Law rence, N. Y. Investigation by tho po lice traced them back to Whlteman who lived with his mother In' Dans ville, N. Y. There, It Is alleged, ho formulated the plans, and his tools all over the country carried them out. Another swindling gamo netted the gang $3,000 from n Woonsocket (R. I.) bank on a worthless check. Then an effort was made to "work" a Pittsburg bank, but the police had traced the gang, and arrangements were perfected to capture them all, but the plans mis carried, and Stewart alone, who Is gray and venerable In appearance, was captured. Word was sent to this city, and the other three wore caught soon after arriving hero. The Chicago police have sent word that an officer will' be sent after Whlteman, who was sentenced In that city to a year's Imprisonment and $2,- 000 fine for obtaining money under false pretenses. Pending an appeal ho waa released, and when his sentence was affirmed by the appellate court he had disappeared. Whlteman has been arrested a score of times, but has managed to get off. He has traveled the world over. He Inherited $500,000 from his father In 1SS8 after leaving college. Ho led hl3 class in the Columbia Law school. Edmunds and Stewart have both served sentences, and Thompson Is an all arourid swindler. Brave Hen Fall Victims to stomach, liver and kidney troubles as well as women, and all feel the results in loss of appetite, poisons in the blood, back, ache, nervousness, headache and tired, list less, run-down feeling. But there's no need to feel like that, listen to 1. W. uaroner, Idaville, Ind. He says : "Electric Bitters are iust the thing for a man when he is all run down, and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than anything 1 could take. I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life." Only 50 cents, at A. Wasley's drug store. Every bottle guaranteed. Aclvnnoe In Hit Price of ltrooms. Chicago. Nov. 15. The price ot brooms lms been advanced more than E0 per cent. Thla action was decided upon at a meeting of the National Broom Manufacturers' Association of the United States and Canada, held In this city yesterday. This advance Is made necessary, the manufacturers say, by tne advance broom corn has tnade during the present year. KIONPY a a deceptive dlsease thousands havo it aud TROUBLE aon'' kn,T ll- yu x " want aulck results you ran make no mistake by using Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot, the great kidney remedy. At druggists in fifty cent and dollar sizos. Sample bottle by mail free, also pamphlet telling you how to nnd out it you have kidney trouble. Address, Dr. KilmersUo.,Uingbamton,N. Y TJowey to Transfer H!a rtome. Washington, Nov. 15. Preliminary steps have been taken. It Is said, to transfer to Mrs. Dewey the title to tho Dewey home. 1747 uhode Island ave nue. which the American people pre sented to the admiral In recognition ot his brilliant naval victory at Manila. The matter Is In the hands of the Dis trict Title company, and tho papers It Is understood, havo been drawn and await the necessary signatures. OASTOIIIA. Bem tie ) KM You Haw Altars Bought tVllkeslinrrti'H FlvtX Snow ofSennon. Wllkesbarre, Pa., Nov. 15. The first snow storm of the season began about z o-ciocK yesterday and continued till midnight. It was very wet pnow, about six Inches deep on tho level, and the trolley and steam roads aro badly crippled. Does Tola Strike Ton 7 Muddy complexions, Nauseating breath come from chronls constipation. Karl's Clover Hoot Tea Is an absolute cure and haa been sold for fifty years on an absolute guarantee. Price 23 cts. and CO cts. Sold by P, D, Kirlln on a guarantee. MEXICO'S SILVER PRODUCTION. Will Soon Ilonoh 910(1,000.000 Yrnrlr Adrloftto Atiierlcnu Workinmi, New York, Not. 15. In a paper on "The Mexico of Today," which will ap pear In the forthcoming Issue of The Independent. Vice President Marlseal, of Mexico, makes this statement touch ing Mexico's silver resource:: "For 30(1 years she has produced one-third of all the stiver that was mined. The production at present I more than $90,000,000 per nnum. When LI Ilunp Chang was In Washington he asked Senor Romero how much silver Mex ico was mining, and how long she could keep It up. Senor Romero, try ing to be conservative, retdied that 'Mexico waa turning out $5,000,000 per year, and could keep It up for 300 years. Mexico experts to supply the world with $10u,ooo,o00 ot silver per annum soon. "It will not do ftr Americans who do not understand the language or hab its of the people to go to Mexlcn to live unUss they hare sure employment. American laborers are much superior 1 1. 1 1 1 , . 1. . 1 1 . ... .. .. In skill to thoae of Mexico, but you call hire from eight to twelve Mexicans for the $8 American money which you Iay the American miner per day. Or dinary American labor cannot go Into Mexico and compete with Mexican la bor, the Mexican laborer can live so very much more cheaply. There la a field for skilled laborers, but they should have emplovment secured he fore going to Mexico." I.okkI Vlotors l'r Itntlrnni!, Boston, Nov. 16. Judge Colt, In the United States circuit court yesterday, decidd that an employe of a railroad injured while riding on a pass given mm uy a corporation, even It was a part compensation for his services, could not recover damages. The case was that of C. A. Whitney, a bagarage mnlian nnalnat 1. sv Haven nnd Hartford railroad. The plaintiff claimed ha was seriously In- Jured In a wreck, and sought to re cover $25,000 damages. TWO fllSTAKES. There are two mis takes that people with wear lungs are liable to make ; and both are about equally bad; One Is to not give atten tion quick ly enough to the little coughs and bronchial troubles which so rapidly un dermine the delicate lung tissue and plunge you into consumption almost before you are aware of it; the other is when the trouble is at last discovered and fully realised to give un hone too soon. Deem with these bronchial and throat ailments the instant they appear ; never wait till to-morrow. The right remedy t ilcen now mav save months of severe ill ness. On the other hand if the illness has already come upon you; and you find your self weakened, wasted and discouraged, d j not lose hope. There is a medicine that will cettainly restore you to health and strength. " Mv bov was In a verv had war when I com. mt nerd to give him Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery," writes J. V. Price, Esq., or Ozark, Monroe Co.. Ohio. In a recent letter to Dr. R. V. Pierce of llaffalo, N. Y. " The doctors claimed he hid consumption and we doctorrd with them until he was put walking. After using five bot tles of the 'Discovery he is now all right. It has been ten months since he stopped talcing your medicine ana net still in gooti Ream ealth. We are very thankful to you for saving our son.' Hundreds of similar cases are described in one chapter of Dr. Pierce's great thou sand-page illustrated book The People's Common bense aiedical Adviser which win be sent free for the bare cost of mailing. 31 one-cent stamps. It is a veritable family library in one volume; the trait ot nr. rierce'9 lite-long experience with the se verest tvnes of obstinate chronic diseases. Anvone may write to him for advice: which win be sent in a plain sealed envelope, tree ot cnarge. Philadelphia & Readinq R y. Engines Burn Hard Coal Ho Smoke. IN KFFKOT NOVEMBER J, 18. Trains leave Shenandoah as follows : For New Yolk via Phlladelrjhla. wk ?10, 5 88, 7 87, 9 53 a. m., 13 28, 8 09 and 8 09 p. m. For New York via Mar.ch Ohunk, week days, l at a. m., u in auu o w p. m. For Heading and 1'blladelphla, week days, 2 10, 5 88, 7 87, 9 65 a. m., 12 M, 8 09 and S 09 p. m. Sundays. 2 10 a m. For i'ottavllle, week days, 2 10, 7 87, 9 53 a. m. 12 26, 8 09, 5 09 and T 30 p. in. Sundays, 2 10 a m. For Tamaqua and Mahanoy City, week days iu. I oi. vu a. m.. uo. buvi Sundays, 2 10 a m. For WlIllamsDort. Sunbnrv and Lewinhuri- week days. 3 27, 11 82 a. m., 13 24, 7 80 p. m Sundays. 3 27 a m. Vn, M.ti.nn. Pl.n. .!... O m u 787,9 63,1132 a. 111., 12 28, 8 09, 6 09, 780, SM p. m. Hunaays, z 10 and a 27 a m. For Ashland and Sbaraokln, week days, 8 27, 737 11 82 a. ra.,12 26,809,607,725 and55 p. m. Sunday, 3 27 a m. For Baltimore. Wanhlnfi-tnn and the WMtvU Ha I. R.. through tbrouKb trains Iei Ueadlne Terminal, Philadelphia. nhla. IP. & K. B K.) at 8 20, 7 53, 11 28 a. m., 8 10 and 7.37 p. t (i. u. nunakvi nonai trains rrom Twenty-fourth and Cbect- nut streets station, wees, aays, in ou a. m. 12 20 u id b u p.m. Huuaays, 1 S3, s 23 n. m. TRAINS FOR SHENANDOAH. Leave New York via Phlladelnhla. vMb aays, iz IB, 130,780,1180 a. at., and 180,4 9 00 P.m. Leave New fork via Mauch Chunk, week days, i 80. 9 10 a. m.. 1 80, 10 p. m. Leave Phlladelohta. Readin? Terminal- days, 4 80. 1 88, 10 21 a. m. and 1 88, 4 06. S IS, . uv 1 ' .u. leave iteaamg, week days, 187, 7 00, 10 OS III., 14 it, DW, o jo p. m. Leave Pollsville. week davs. 717. 7 4(1 a m 9 80, 12 80, 1 20. 4 80, 6 10 and 6 80 P. in. ieave lamaqua, wees aays, ill, a so, n 2j a. m., 1 49, S 5. 7 ? . 9 44 p. nt Leave Mahanoy City, week days, 8 45, 9 04, ta vi . m. u mo, o at, i it, lu ua p. m Leave MaUsnuv Plane, week davs. 2 40. 4 no 680. 9 22.10 23.12 00, a. m.. 2 89. 688. 8 42.7 58 10 21pm Leave WHtU -sport, week days, 7 42, 1000 a at,, ot auu uu. it ou p. m. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, Leave PI Uadelphla Chestnut street wharf and eoutn street -roar lor Atlanllo City. Weekdays Kipress. 900, 2 00, 4 00. 5 00,7151 pm. A commentation, BOO a m, 5 ,0p m. Sun days Kxureaa, 9 00, 10 CO a m, 7 15 p m. Accont- muuuuuti, BLvam,lupm, Leave Atlantle City Depot t Weekdays Ex- crrss. 7 S3. 9 00 10 SO a m. 8 80. 5 SO n in. Anmm. modation, 813au,,4 03pm. Sundays Kipress, 4 SO, 7 80 p m. Accommodation, 7 13 a m,4 05 p ru, For (.! May, Ocean City and Sea Isle City Weel-dy 9 00 am, 418, 5 00pm. Sundays -vuB'iim,,t, w ouuiu rh,ii 111 . Athiltleii4l (ot Cape May Weekdays 6! in V-- or Oars on all express trains. K i (urtber Information, apply lo nearest Philaael.hls and Beading Railway ticket agent I A RvrKiflmn. Viun. T uw . tlen'l Bunt,, Oen'l Pasa'r Art nrniini iRminai. r aiiaoeipnia fRABOWSKY HOTEL, M. GRAB0WSKY, Prop. 819 N. Centre Bt, PottivUIs.Pa. Fine old Whiskeys, Qlns and Wines, at the ba a cuiwce un oi uigara ana Temper ance Drinks. accommodations lor travel tra. . Meali al all bout I WORST KINO OF CASE, We Will Tall You if You Will Udlieve it. The Experience of Well Known Persons Ought Surely to be ConTlncIdr. We ask yea to raid the following stattraent from a well-known cftiren because the suffer ed from one of he worse kind of cues ofback- cbe and ktdney disorders, and wis cured by Morrow's Kid.ne-atds. If you are in the lfast wiy troubled with a weak back or disordered kidneys, K Morrow's KW-rit Ms; they cure ewylhee. Mrs. Albert WakV, 1 10 South Laurel sireet. Hatlcton, lt., says : "My kidneys have been out ot older for some time I took different kinds of ktdney remedies that were recommended to care kidney tremble but it I teemed tht nothing would do mr any good. 1 . v .... . . I suffered greatly whh tetere selling aud at timet sharp palm screw the small par of my back just over the kidneys and pun in my side. I wm nervous am! restleu and could not sleep. When I saw Morrow' Kid-ne-oids adrertiied I decided to try them. The first I took gave me relief, aad I continued to take them until I was relieved entirely of all my IrosbUs. I have not had a sign of kidney trouble since and it give me pleasure to re commend iCM.oe-oida to others who are troubled as I was," Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills, but Yellow TWU and teit at fifty cents a box at all drug stores and at S. P. Kirliu's drug More. Mailed on receipt of price. Manufactured y John Morrow Co., Chemists, Spring. tiew umo- SOLOMON HAAK Agent for the Famous BERGNER & ENGEL Phila. Stock Ale, Sparkling Still Amber Ale, Bottled Pale Ale, B:own Stout, Half and Half, Beer and Porter. L0RENZ SCHMIDT'S Mt. Carbon Beer ON TAP At all its customers to-day. Solomon Haak's, 116 South Main Street, Will receive prompt attention. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M. nUKRE, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Ofllce Kffan bulldlnr. corner nf Main Centre streots, 8henandoah. J CIUDK BROWN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Ofncei Cor. Centre and White street, nez o Justice Toomey'a office. Q OHUIILEIt, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURdEON. No. 80 East Lloyd Street. Office hours: ft to 0 a. m . 1 tAftntM 7 lo 9 p. m. pBOF. JOHN JONES, MUSICAL INSTRUCTOR, Lock Box S, Mahasoy City, Pa. Having studied tinder Ama nf 4h h..l masters In London and Parli. will rt on the violin, mandolin, goliar and vocal culture. Terms reasonable. Addrew In care ot Blrouie. ine leweler Shenandoah. Lauer's Reading Beer and Porter Brewers of the finest aud purest .... BREWS These products are seldom equalled and never surpassed. Also bottlers of all Carbonated Beverages. Private families desiring orders filled can have them promptly by calling on Christ. Schmidt, Agent and Bottler, 203 W. Coal Street SHENANDOAH, A A. EVAN J. DAVIES, Livery and Undertaking. No. 13 North Jardln St.