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Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it. now To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or set tling Indicates an i unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys; If (t stains yourjlnen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble! too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order. What to So. There Is comfort In the knowledge -so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every cart of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability Declared by a Boor Correspondent Ono of the FiorcoBt. METSUEN'S ARMY OUTNUMBERED Fifteen ThotinHtid llocm o Oppoaf the Pot-vpa Under the llrltlsh Gen eral A I.nrtro Iloer Force Nenr to the Armr "f Ciutncre. London. Dec. 9. According to a special dispatch from Louoronzo Mar quez the Modder Klver battle la de clared by n Uoer correspondent with General Cronjo as "one or the norcest the Boers ever oxporlenced." The cor respondent goes on to say: "General Cronje's wing sustained almost solely to hold water and scalding pain in passing the fearful attack of the British right It, or bad effects following use of llouor. wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of belne comDel ed to po often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon GENUS FROM UTAU throughout the dny. The Transvaal' ers tenaciously held their positions un til 7 In the evening, when the Free Stnto burghers were forced to retire by the heavy British shell llro. General Cronle then retired under cover of realized. It stands the highest for Its won- darkness, after facing the concentrat-'d oeriui cures 01 me most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes. You may have a sample bottle of this wonderlul discovery and a book that tells more about It, both sent absolutely free by mall, address ur. Kilmer U nom of Swamp-Root. Co., BInghamton, N. Y. When writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper. NERVITA PILLS Restores Vitality, Lost Vigor and Manhood. Cures Initio tencv. Nlirht Emissions and wasting diseases, all effect of self- abuse, or excess ana mats Icretlon. A iMJrvc toulc and Ihlnoil builder. Brines the fplnk glow to pale cheeks and restores the fire of youth. W3v mail 50c Tier box. O boxes lor fS-.ou; wrtli a written siiarau too to euro or refund tlio money. Send for circular. Address, NERVITA MEDICAL CO. Clinton & Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILL, Sold at Klriin's drug store. Shenandoah, l'a HAIRY GROWTH on a woman's face roars ief beauty and destroy her Rood nature. It unfits her for society and Injures her health by worriracntover hei misiortune. . ate Depilatine Is a harmless liquid warrant ed to be tree Irom acid, caus tics or Doison. which will re move superfluous hair front the (ace or body in three minutes without the slightest pain, iniury or inconvenience. Bv occasional ap plications the hair follicles are permanently eradicat ed. Trv i t and vou will be olca.ed with results. Highly endorsed by the "United States Health Reports." Sent securely sealed In plain case for $1.00. All correspondence in charge of ladies and every letter treated as sacredly confidential. Send your order now. No matter what other remedyyou may have tried if you are dissatisfied It is evident vou have not used Dprillatlns. My book-let "Aids to Beauty" containing a list of my unexcelled toilet creams and other hygienic complexion preparations mailed tree, write: Mmb. lourine. S3 DUANE STREET, , NEW YOBf fire ot all tho British batteries. The Boers freoly acknowledge tho her culean assaults of the British and the death dispensing fire of the attacking infantry, but they hold their position for 13 hours against the flower of tho British nrmy, replying solely with their Mausers and maintaining an un interrupted vlflo fire. Tho Boer artil lery wns silenced early In the battle through the overwhelming number of tho British artillery." General Forestler-walker has sent tho following dispatches, dated at 9 o'clock last evening, to tho war office from Capo Town: Telegraph and railway communica tion to Modder River has been reopen ed. A battery of field artillery and a battalion of Infantry were dispatched from Modder River against Command ant Prins Loos' force of 1,000 Boers, with one gun, who had destroyed the railway. Our losses were 14 in wounded. The enemy's forces near General Gatacre are reported as follows: At Dordrecht. 800; marching from James town to Dordrecht, 700, with six guns; at Stormberg, 1,500; at watorrau, a large force, strength unknown; at Mol teno, about 400. Some Interesting light is thrown on the position of affairs along the west ern frontier by a dispatch Issued by a Boer agency last evening in Berlin. The dispatch says: "Commandant Prins Loos' force Is near Jacobsdal, between Modder River and Rlet River, General Cronje is still on tho north bank of Modder river, his rear being protected by fortified positions at Spyt- fonteln. The hills between aiouaer River and Spytfonteln and those be tween Jacobsdal and Riot River are occupied by Boera. Commandant De Iarey's force Is stationed between Gras Pan and Honey Nest Kloof." If this Berlin dispatch be correct and it is especially significant when judged in connection with General Forestier-Wnlker's advices to tho war office there must be some 15,000 Boers around Lord Methuen, who Is believed to have 11,000 men. Klmborley, how ever, possessing an armored train, can materially asslt Methuen by harassing the Boers from the rear. Acts gently on the Kidneys, Lbver and Bowels ClEANse5 the System OVERCOMES u ' i " hABlTUALCONST' MONSTRli SWINDLE REPORTED. Aald to bp nn Outcome of Cnutnln Oirtcr'a Conviction. Ciwnnnoli rUn ft Tlin fnrnlna Mako ArJ8WAr to tho Argument of News says that tho grand Jury of the n tt ti i 1 United States court for the southern Jjriglmm 11, ItOUOrtS. j division of Georgia, in sowlon here, 1 has found Indlctmonts nglnt John Gaynor, B. D. Greene and Is. F. Gay- ; nor, of New York, copartners In the Atlantic Contracting company, and 1 others for conspiracy to defraud the ! government. This Is nn outcome of the conviction ot O. M. Cartor, late captain , of onglneors of tho nrmy. Mossrs. Greeno and Gaynor tiro nl- i leged to have beon In conspiracy with Carter to defraud tho government In tho Improvement works In Savannnh river and harbor and Cumberland Bound, and to have wrongfully collect ed from the government sums of monoy variously estimated to amount from $1,000,000 to $2,500,000. The In dictments have not yet been made pub lic, as it Is the custom ot the federal courts to have its defendants In cus tody or under bond before publishing' the Indictments, colonel Gaynor and Captain Greene are understood to be In Now York. OOLD DUST.' t oil) nn, PERMANENTLY -r.0 gej- OUT THE GENUINE - MAM'F O By (AUIvRNIA JTG $YRVP(S u,ftt4 -a:.e f oa sau ex in emiMuri rmu sot rut eemt. Coming Kvents. Dec. 18 Grand entertainment, "Tho Star of Bethlehem," at tho Primitive Methodist church Jan. 1, 1900. Eleventh annual ball by St. Joseph's Pioneer Corps, in Armory hall. Girardvillo. J. Prtrua dlMuct. illood l'olton. Toouimt errors, Lo.t Tiulltj Ytrlcootle, etc end for Hvorn TostlmnnlHlii tnd Book Truth" ta lroR (1. i; Tllta:!, .11. 1., 10 1 North Mill. HU, 1'lilladelpM, I'm. Pnftltfvrlr tb onlr iiwetilift In tJj 11 l&lliu filled. Fmheswiourcd ta -1 to 1 l divi.tlmir.9 S 8t: Story of a Slave, Tn Vib tinnnd lianrl and foot for Tears by tho I - - - . - . - . . Trial bottle good lor two applications sent c ,o, Ji' WWIIftU ' ' 1 1". '-'! w. , atpaid on receipt of 10 colU in stamps. Bl .. . tvlUMPS.CROURCAKEDBREAST.pB DJ . . FIRC&SUN BURN.CHAFINC, Kgl ..It. I . ... n alnna t.-n D Tl. l (1 f MA ITn " .u ..... " "- - ou0,M inn,. .ii.-ir.,.- snys : .."My wife lias been so neipiess tor mo c,tvl'orV Place an? Delano. 1 20, 7 , l" it) a. m.. aim 12 az, u 11 p. m. ICUHL5 CATARnn A3IMMM MAT r tVLni FIRE8.5UN BURN.CnAr INlr, miNIQNS & TIRED FEET. CHAPPED FACE. LI PS & HANDSE SAFE REMEDY FOR HILI.& . ALL DRUGGISTS or MAILED FOR 25 IHTMASON CHEMICAL CO 5l5AwSTPHiuPt I venn that ultn could not turn over 111 bed alono. After using two bottles of Liectric niters, sbe is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work." This supremo remedy for female diseaies quicKiy cures nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, head ache, backache, fainting and dizzy spells. This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak, sickly, run down people. n.very bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by A. Wasiey. Druggist, AHUSEHENTS. Ferguson's Theatre, DAN. J. FERC1UB0N, Mgr. One iNJIght Only. Saturday, Dec. 9. Itlarie Eamour anil Treacric iHurpby Good ilntil Frnm'a Plt'iiHiirc Ynplit. "Washington, N.C., Dec. 9. A pleasure yacht, the Senator, owned by Charles Fuller, ot Pawtucket, it. i was rou- bed Thursday night of $1,900 in cash and a diamond stud valued at $350. There is no clew. To Laugh. or not to Laugh -is not the question, you can't help Laughing. In Wilfred Clarke's great London success A Some Foolish People Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it will wear them away. Could they be induced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see the ex cellent eflccl after taking the first dose. Price 2?c. and 5oc'. Trial size free. At all drug gists. Killed ! u l'lill ' Conl. Rprnntnn. Pa.. Dec. 9. By a fall of a roof at Grassy Island mine in Olyphant io, nintit wiiiiam Fltzslmmons. a la borer, 30 years old, was killed and Ills father, Patrick Fitzslmmons, a miner, wua so badly lnjurea mat ne win uib. w oman Young Mothers. Croun Is the terror of thousands of young mothers because Its outbreak Is soagonizinR and frequently iatal. Billion's Cough and Consumption Cure acts like maaio in cases or These products ire seldom equalled ... . , ml. I K0T A QUESTION OF RELIGION. Tlir nrlririitlon IlriirmcntliiK the OniX'iicntA nt Mr. ItnlierlM In III Own Slule Ilrclnre Tlmt He In Op posed llociinac He Vlolnlen the I.mr. Washington, Dec. 9. An nnswor to Mr. Drlghnm Roberta' nddress to tho Amorlcan people was issued yesterday by a delegation representing tho gen tile element of Utah, who are here to oppose Mr. Roberts. The answer de clares that many facts are suppressed, and proceeds: "Mr. Roborts claims that tho prece dent made by his exclusion Is both new and dangorous. That it Is not now was conclusively shown by Mr. Taylor In his able legal argumont before the houso, and not a single precedent to tho contrary was cited whoro tho ground of objection was Ineligibility. III I- 1.n ... 1 ,. .1 nhnun tr I" tO I UALLl) "Whenever a prima facia case Is made against a members cttizensnip uy showing that undor a convlclton for felony against the laws of tho United States ho Is disfranchised, and further, that by reason of his present mainte nance of tho status ot a polygnmlst he is again suffering from civil disability under the Edmunds anti-polygamy act, such a member refusing even to deny the charge should be excluded. Nor is this dangerous, for .It Is not likely, as Mr. Roberts seems to assume, that an entire minority or all representa tives of a largo stato are coming to i congress to carry such a burden. In other states men who flaunt their vio lations of these laws of decency In tho face of the public are sent to tho peni tentiary. It Is only In Utah where such indecency ever ndded to one's eligibil ity and served as a recommendation to political preferment. "Mr. Roberts says no nas not oeen convicted since statehood. It does not follow that he Is innocent. He Is now a fugitive from Justice In Salt Lnko county on a charge of unlawful co habitation, and in Davis county, Utah, where resides one of his po lygamous wives, with ner illegitimate twins, a charge of adultery (a felony under the laws of Utah) has been for two months pigeonholed by a Mormon prosecuting nttorney. "Mr. Roberts in Ms attempt to uem- tle his crimes Insists that ho is only charged with a misdemeanor. He knows better. He knows that he has boon, under oath before tho proper prosecuting oflicers, charged with tne felony of adultery, as well as the mis demeanor of unlawful cohabitation. Ho asserts that in 1889 he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor only, and says that if he were guilty of the same acts in tho District of Columbia, "even fla grantly so," that as a member of con gress he would not ue arrestea inere for. because It Is only a misdemeanor. Hero again Mr. Roberts states what is not true, and ho ought to know it. Un lawful cohabitation unoer tne ua munds act. under which he plead guilty, was a felony, as also Is adultery. "These charges, in view oi mo m- munds and Edmunds-Tucker laws ot the United States still in forco, warrant Mr. Roberts' exclusion. They are ag gravated, however, because his ts not an Isolated case, but one representa tive of a Bystem. Many sentimental people are being misled by Mr. Roberts' very ingenious suggestions, from which some people infer that ho took his polygamous wives when it was lawful to do so. This Is a mistake. Adultery was a crime in Utah when Mr, Roberts was born, and at the time of the passage of the Cullom anti-polygamy act Mr. Roberta was only 6 years old. His plea for sympathy, therefore, amounts onlv to this, tnnt ne snouiu db auoweu to continue his criminal practices, not withstanding he took his polygamous wives in defiance of law. We disclaim nny desire to have him declared Ineligi ble because he is a Mormon, nut soioiy because he Is violating and defying the laws of our state, of the United States and of common decency. "Ex-Congressman w. H. King was and is a Mormon, and no claim of lnel Icibllltv was ever mndo against him. We point to this fact as showing that we oppose Mr. Roberts not upon mo rrround of any religious opinions enter tained by him, but because ot his crim inal practices. Neither is this a matter of religious or political persecution or nreiud ce. The unaersignoa inciuae men of different churches and men who belong to no church, Republican and Democrats. 'Mr. Roberts denies and we assert that the compact between Utah and the other states has been violated. As evi dence that this compact has been broken we point to the facts that in Utah 1.000 illegitimate children have been born to polygamous wives since statehood, that about 2,000 polygamous households now exist In Utah, and that the attempt to secure a punishment of these offenders is denounced by the majority, as we believe, of Utah's cit izens. LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD. IN KFFKCT NOV. 19. 1899. Passencer tralna leave Shenundoah for Penti Haven Junctiun, Maucb Chunk, LohlRliton Blatlrtfrton, White Hall, uataaauqun, AUetuown. Uetriieiiem, lwton rew lorKnnu i-nuaueipma at 5 20, 718 a. m , 12 M and 5 17 p. in. For Wl kcslmrre. White Haven ana Plttstor. 1 20, 10 10 a. m.. 12 52 and S 17 p. m. For mceyviue, 'lowanua, ayre, averiy Blmlrn, Rochester; IlulTalo, Niagara Falls Auburn, Syracuse, Ithaca, Geneva and th West, 10 10 a. in., 12 .12 and 5 17 p. m. For Ilclvldere. Delaware Water Oap anr Btroudaburg, 5 20 ft, nl., 5 17 p. m. For itmuertvtue ana Trenton, v to a. ra. For .Tcanesville. Levlston and Heaver Meadow S 20 a. in., 12 52 p. m. For McAdoo, Audcnrlcd, Hazlcton, Stockto and Lumber Yard, 5 20, 7 40, 10 10 . m, 12 92 and 5 17 n m ForJcddo, Drifton and Freeiand, 5 20, 1010 a, m., 5 17 p. m. For Lost Creek. Qirardville, and Ashland, 4 00, and 7 27 p. m. Iror ltaven ttun, uemrnna, niouni uarmei anu For Yntcsvllle. S 20. 10 10 a. m. Trains will leave Shamokln at 6 51, 9 20 a. m 11 69 and 4 20 n. in., and arrive at Shenandoah at 7 40, 10 10 a. m., 12 62, S 17 p. ra. . a, i ,. i 1,..,. ill., c, ri .. i Ijenva aucnaiiuiuu lur a uiwviiici a., vii,.. New Castle. Morea and New Boston, 7 40 and 10 10 a. m . 12 52 and & 17 n. in. L.eave I'ouaviue lor anenanuoau, v o b. in,, 12 80, 803, 8 13 p. tn. Leave Ilazleton lor Shenandoah, 9 S3 a. in. 12 46, 5 07, 6 22,8 29 p.m. SUNDAY TRAINS. Tralnu leave for Haven Run. Centralla. Ml annuel and Stmmokin. 10 40 a. m., 7 21 n. ni.. Trains leave Shamokln ror. Shenandoan at 8 50 a. in., and 5 85 p. m. Tmda MfiannnHnnh fnr Yntpflvtllp. MllhfiiifV CHy, I'ark Place, Delano, McAdoo, Andenricd Ilazleton, Stockton, Lumber Yard, Weatuerl) ana Alaucu uuunK, a m., anu o h p. m For Lehighton, Slatlngton, Catagauqua, Whit, all. CoDlay. Auentown. lutaion ana burc. 9 45 a. m., and 6 32 p. m. For New York fri Philadelphia. 9 45 a. m. Leave Ilazleton for 7benandoah,9 50, a. m. nd 6 25 p. m. KOLi.tr. ii. wiLdiuii, ueni. nupi,. New York. M. B, CUTTER, Bupt. Transportation, South llethlehem, l'a. CHARLES S. LEE, Qenl. 1'ass. Act., '.0 Cortlatidt Street, New York. A. W. NONNEMACHER, Div. P. A., South llethlehem. l'a. Lauer's Reading Beer and Porter Brewers of the finest and purest .... SGmufaEtiinisj Floors can never be made a pleasing pastime, but one -half the labor will be saved and the results im proved by using Gold Dust Wash ing Powder. trni ttt tn ko4kl " OoMt a BqIm for UHMMk.H Tlin N. K. FAIRDANK COMPANY Chlc! St,LtU KivYnk tntn JUST ORAQQINU AROUND." How many thouanmls ot women understand the sad and pitiful ?k A . ! r . , . . iiitaiiiii ui liikl simple plirase; " Just draKKing arounu." Women every where who feel that they have a work and a mission of woman- hood to nc- N complish in this world will ap preciate instantly the disheartened spirit of Sirs. Mattic Venhans, of Tiotsi, Hancock County, Illinois. " I naa oeen sick tor seven years,- sne says j not In bed. but lust drasrzinir mvself around. At last I took three bottles of Dr. Pierce's I'n- vnrite rrescrtption and five of Golden Medical . , - .i j. i. . . . .. j 1 . wnrdt the trrtod thene mMlclnes did mp. Mv husband savs Ciolden Medical Discovery lathe best medicine he ever tried for a cough. No praise is loo nign tor ur. l'lerce s meaicines. Another ladv. Mrs. R. P. Monfort. of Lebanon. Warren Co., Ohio, says, "I think Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the finest medicine on record. I have taken a number of bottles and it is the only medicine that relieved my terrible neaaacnes." r.t.in wrin on ftf r a M mi I r! nrrit. tn Tlr R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. He will send them the best professional advice that can be had anywnere. lu America ana entirety without charere. Neither the " Golden Medical Discovery" nor the "Pavorite Prescription" contains any alcohol to in ebriate or create a morbid craving for stimulants. Every woman should own a copy of his splendid book "The Common Sense Medi cal Adviser." It is the grandest medical book for popular reading ever written. It contains a fund of knowledge of nrecions value to women. It has over a thousand- pages elaborately illustrated with engrav tnirs and colored nlates. The first irreat edition of more than half-a-million copies was sold at $1 s? each. The profit from this induced Dr. Pierce to carry out his cher ished intention of issuing a free edition one copy of which in paper-covers will be sent for the bare cost of mailintr. 21 one-cent stamps, or a heavier cloth-bound copy for 11 stamps. Patronize M rchant s Who Will Give You TRADING STAMPS. rVrVVArWVVVVVArrVS Always Encourage Our Home Industries! rWVWVNrVsAArWrVWSrVW Ask for Blue Trading Stamps, save Ihem, and you will feel proud of our handsome premiums. Call and get a Directory and Stamp Book to start your collection. WVVVWVVWWVVAVWWAWVVVW List of Merchants Who Give Trading: Stamps Free : 'IIAKFH. Fred Kclthan, 101 North Main. IlliOTS AM) SIKHW. oseph Ilnll, 29 North Main. HOOKS AMI VTATIONIIKY. 1 Newspapers and 10 cent novels exempt. 1 Hoolca & llrown, 4 North Main, co'fi:ctioni:hy. M. I Kemmerer, 35 North Main. M T, Purcell, 7 Kat Centre. i rcu Keltlmn, ioi -ortn aiam. CI.OTIIH'.RS AND TAILORS. The Famous Clotlitnir House, cor. Main and Oak. UltY GOODS AND NOTIONS. Davis' Bazaar, 37 West Centre. S. F. Supowlt, Guarantee Dry Goods House, 13 jtonit jiain. DRunaisTs. Shenandoaii Drug Store, 3 South Main, STKAM LAUNDRY. Shenandoah SteAm Laundry, cor. Main and v;nerry. GIIOCKItlnS AND 1'ItOVISIONS. INo ntatnpa given with sugar. F. E Mr.KRiKlc.ll ht entre Hnnuiel Davir, il Norlli Jardln T J. llroughall, 21 rkxtth Main Henry L. Jonep, cor Coal and Chestnut. K. n. Foley, S7 West Centre. H. it Ilrobst, cor. Jardln nd Centro ttreeto i: F Kehler, 133 North Main street Edmund Harris, 201 South Main street. GKN1S' FURNISHINGS. The Famous Clothing House, cor. Main aad Oak Max Lcvlt, Main and Centre. HATS AND CAPS. Mar Lcvlt, Main and Centre. The Famous Clothing House, cor. Main and Oak. MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. Mrs. J. J. Kelly, 26 South Main. Mi: XT MARKUTS. Carls Brothers, 33 East Centre. T. K. Wetterau, A South Jardln. TOIIACCO AND CIGARS. Danlell Jc Dodson, II Bast Centre. See Handsome Display of Articles at nri i Ei BREWS "A Screaming Fare.' Public Opinion croup. It has never ucen Known to iau. ino woret caeca rellovcd immediately, rriceso cU.. SO cU. and $1.00. Sold by P. D. Kirlin on a gcarantee. and never surpasseu. bottlers of all Also Prices : 25, 35, 50 and 75 Cents. lteeerrHl seats at Klrlln'a dru store. Ferguson's Theatre. DAK. J. rEROUSOW, Mer. ONE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING PKDflY, DEC. 11, '99 MATINEE SATURDAY. John A. Himmelein's Big Comedy Company "The IDEALS" Headed bv tbe popular comedienne Miss UEATKlC'i: EAKL.E, liicludine the peer of musical. orKanizatlons, HOWSO'S SOth Century Hand and Orchestra, THE PLAYS, Monday Went THE IRISH HERO. Tuesday Night.. ..In the Heart of the Storm. Wednesday Night 10ST IN NEW YORK. Thursday Hlcht THE LADDER OF LIFE. Friday Night THE DEVIL'S MINE, Saturday Night THE CENSUS TAKER PRICES : - - 10, 20 and 30 Cts. Iteervcd seats at Klrlln'a druu store. -Tho Rosy Freshness And a velvety softness of the ilcin U luva- njtoiy opi&inea oy inoro sou usa ruuvxi uompiaxioa j-owoer. 3 All rovviT I'ntor t'ie "Oiieii Door," London. Dec. 9. The Berlin corre- enondent of The Standard says: All fho nnwnra. concerned have favorably received the proposals of the United States regarding the maintenance of the "open door" In China, each offering to sign the desired assurance If the others will do so. Bsar. tha A ll Kind You Have Alwas Bought A Ynudi'M ronfMnlon of JIurtlep. Detroit, Dec. 9. Harry Hambergor, the 20-year-old youth arrested on sus picion of being the slayer of John M. Helndel, yesteraay comesaeu mo tuuiu. His motive was rouuery. Bodily pain loses lu terror If you've a bot tle of Dr. Thomas' Electrlo Oil lu the house. Instant relief lu cases of burns, cuts, sprains. accidents of any sort. Carbonated Beverages. Prevented a Tragedy. Timelv information clveu Mrs. Qeoree Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives. A frightful cough lad long kept her awake every night. She bad tried many remedies and doctors but steaauy grew worse mint unrr-d to trv Dr. Kinc's New Discovery. Oue Private families desirillE orders bottle wholly cured bcr, and she writes this I II arVLMUUB UlCUItlUDUIBU VU1VM ajuu. u them promptly severe attack of Pneumonia. Such cures are positive proot oi mo matcniess mem oi tuia grand remedy for curing all throat, chest and lung troubles. Only 80c and tl.OO. Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at A. Wasiey's drug store. genn sylvan, a I RAILROAD. sonrrvKiLL division Novehdeb 19, 189?. Trains will leave Shenandoah alter the anoie date (or Wlggan. Ollberton, Frackvllle. Vm Water. St. Clair, l'ottsville. llamburir. lteadlni I'ottatown, Vhoenlxvllie. Iforrlstown a d I'hl adelphla (Ilrd street station) at 8 20 and SM a. m.,s lu, o is p m. on weec aays. Dunaayv 8 OS a. m.. 4 2d n. m. Trains leave Frackvllle lor Shenandoah it 7 41, 1HS a.m. and 8 88, 7 84 p. m. Bunds 11 01 a. rru and S 86 p. m. Leave Pottsvllle for Shenandoah (via Fraci villa; 7 15, 11 20 a. m., 8 10, 7 IS p. m. Sunda 1085 a. m., fi 10 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, (Broad street station), lo; Bheaandoah at 8 85 a. m., 4 10 p. m. week dayr. Sundavs leave at 6 80 and 9 23 a. m. Leave Philadelphia (Broad street station) foi l'otisviiie, o oo, w iparior cor 1 , 10 1 a. m., l i, 4 10 parlor car, 7 S3 p. m. weekdays. Sundays. 0 60, V 33 a. m. anr 002 p m. Leave Broad Street Station, Philadelphia, FOR NEW YORK. Exress-Weck-davs JS 20.4 05.4 40. S 00.5 18.6 SO. 738,8 25,005,S80.(10 2I,dInlnir car), 1100,1143 a in, 13 00 noon, IS 33. ( Limited 1 00 and 4 23 p m, dining- cars), 1 4 (280, dining car), 320, 8 50, 4 tu, o uu, o do. turning car), o uu, I Vi, a lu, (dining car), 10 00 p. m., 1202, n!iht. Sundays, a v in. t jn km r,b o n oka rinqi .1 1, I &&&2$mi$m SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFFICE, car, 10 00 p. ra., 12 02 night. 7 trot isosion wisnoui cnange, uuisn, wees dava. and 8 10 d. m.. dallv. For Sea Girt. Asburr Park. Ocean Drove. Long Branch, and Intermediate stations, 8 23, II 10 a m, iw, 4 UJ p m weeicuays. WA8UINOTON AND THE SOUTH. Fnr Baltimore and Washington. 8 50. 7 20.8 8' IA ft It OH 11 Q n. rt4lllt JlnlnnM.l 11Q iu . V i . . uu. a. .... . i - uu uii j . I dining carl, 812, 4 41, (5 25 OonKresslonai Limited dining car, 6 09, 6 20. (685, dining carl, 7 81 dining car, p m., and 12 20 night week . ) Ll .... .1 - n A r nrt A 14 ,1 M l.ftl UUI1U.J U IM, , -AJ V A, R. U.., IMJJ. II 12, dining car, 3 12. 4 41 (620 Congressional Limlleu Qlningcarj, ooo lorn ainingcarj, l si dlnlnecarl.n. m..aud 12 20 nieht. For Baltimore, accommodation, 9 IS a m, 1 02 and 4 01 p m week days, 5 OH and 11 16 p m dally. WEST JERSEY St SEASHORE R. R. FOB ATLANTIC CITY. Leave Broad street station via Delaware rivet brldce-ISxnress. O40am.705 p m weekdays. tsunuays, JJ a in 7uopm. Leave Market Street Warf Exnress. I CO am 2 00,4 00, 6 00 p m weekdays Sundays, 9 03, 19 tu a tr (accoramoaaiion s ou ana aw p m, i For Cape May. Anglesea, Wlidwood and Holly Bench, Sea Isle City, Avalon, and Stone Harbor Express 9 00 a m. 4 00 P m week days I Sundays, v uu a ra. ror oomcrs J t)i in arprw,vw m. siai 4 00, 5 00, p. m. week days Sundays, 9 00 am 10 00 a. m For tickets and other information anulr tr I itcnei agent B. I. HirrcniHsoH. J. K. Wood. Oen'l Manaiei. Oen'l I'ss'u'f ' I 115 North Main Street. See the display in tbe show window, where Trading Stamps will be Redeemed and Goods cheerfully shown. REMEMBER ALL GOODS ARE FREE TO TRADING STAMP COLLECTORS. filled can have by calling on Christ. Schmidt, Agent and Bottler, 203 W. Coal Street SHENANDOAH, - A, ni.h.tr, EaalliU l.fttuoui II rand li,..lii tar ilaMr 1 KmalUh Via-. IboiM. ieli with feu rihbon TnHc I il. B.A.aa .InuaIMVilia MlLatlfUa la iump for ptrtladUri, tttUmooUU a4 Ml 3Intlieif itnd" lltlfie Inrilercd. Adalravllle. Ga., Dec. 9. Lucy Car- bon and her child In arras were killed here yesterday by Jim Mayfleld. Frank Bird was also wounded by the same shot which killed the mother ana dauchter. The men were at tho vro- man's house and quarreled over some trivial matter. The murderer escaped hj all Ucl nrntKUt. 1'lllL.AUAi'A. filatrra Killed by1" Triiln. Iteynoldsvllle. Pa., Dec. 9. While two slstors named Smith, employed In the silk mill, were on their way to work yesterday they were struck by a train on tho Allegheny Valley road and killed. You Try it. If Shlloh's Cough and Consumption Cure, which Is sold for the small price of U5 cts., 60 eta. and fl.00," does not cure take the bottle back and we will refund your money. Sold for over fifty years on this guarantee. Price 85 cU. and SO cts, Sold by P. D. Ktrlln on a guarantee. A box of our tfEcinL rnniLT Bra is an exhilarating stimulant during the hot summer months. Dollvorod at your homo. Many a Lover lias turned with disgust from an otherwise lovable girl with an offensive breath. Karl's Clover Koot Tea purifies the breath by its action on the bowels, etc, as nothing else will. Sold for years on absolute guarantee. Price 25 eta. and 50 cts. Sold by P. D. Kirltn on a guarantee. PROFESSIONAL CARDb. M. BUKKE ATTORNEY -AT-1AW. Office Bean bulldlnir. corner of Main an Centre streets, Hhenandoab. CAirai WALL PAPtR STORE, DECORATIVE ART S3 Has achieved its greatest triumphs tn "oar artistic and handsome stock of wail paper. All the lateet designs and fashionable shade and colorings are embodied In our nperb stock of art wall papers. We hare them from $1,00 per roll for high art decoration to 6 cents per roll for bedroom, parlor, hall or dining room paper. All Artistic 1 All Pretty I 224 West Centre St. Shenandoah. J. CLAUDE BItOWW, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office! Cor. Centre and White streets, nes o Justice Toomey' ofllce. Q OHUIILEK, M. D., ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office hour 7toSp.ro. No. 80 East Lloyd Street. to 9 a. m.t 1 to S p. m. Columbia Brewing Company Llfiitt-iiiuit llrumliy Critically 111 Washinnton. Dec. 9. Lieutenant T. M. Brumby, the flag secretary to Ad miral Dewey at tne Dauie oi Aianua, Is lying crltloally 111 at tlie Gurfield hospital, in tola city, tie is suuenus from a fever contracted as a result of hla long stay In the tropics. 'ine physicians express the beuei mat ne will recovur. OASTOHXA. TL. II.J W..i- II II n...l.i Bears tie J) m ma m nm wwa'5 ""W ,rsZag pBOF. JOHN JONES, MUSICAL INSTRUCTOR, Lock Box M, Mahanoy City, Pa. Having studied under some o! the best master Id London and Paris, will give lessoni on ine Tioiln.manaolln. guitar ana Tocai cnnurr Term reasonable. Audrea tn care of 8lrour tha lewelar Hhenannnah THE BUCKW ALTER stco mcosk There are none better in the world and there are no greater favorites in the world with any housewife. The satisfactory giving qualities are beyond dispute. Special S-ales or Special Prices We don't have any because our regular prices are lower than those of dealers who advertise special prices. This is where you save your money every time you buy. Don't forget us for your FURNITURE. D. &J. SEIGKEL, 103105 S. MaiiV nilllons of Dollars Go no lu nmoVb every year. Take no rials DTit get your bouses, slock, (ur niture, etc., insured in urst-cuss re liable companies as represented by riAVIft FAUST Insurance Agent 4lso Lilt anlAMldcnUl otus. M Faultless Labor consistent with -c)V" 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.