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ThousantlB Have Kidney Trouble
mid Don't Know it. How To Find Oat. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or set tllng Indicates an unhealthy condi tion ol the kid- neys: If It stains your linen It la 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 Do. 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 part of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing It, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times durlntr the nleht. The mild and the extra ordinary effort nf twnmn.Dnnr le realized. It stands the highest for Its won- Qenui 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 rtliSffiwCTHaKs more about It, both sent BOiKSWH OWHS abiolutely free by mall, -agi address Ur. riilmer 6t rtoms of Bwamp-Koot. Co., Blnghamton, N.Y. When writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper. LIVERiTA THE UP-TO-DATE LITTLE LIVER PILL I CURES iBiliousness. I Constipation, Dyspepsia, Sick-Hoad -acho and Livor Complaint. SU&AR COATBD. PILLS ISold by all druggists ! or sent by inail. 25 CTS. JNervlta Medical Co., Chtcato 6c box cont?iTisTl5 i-fliiT "'yol'd'bylrl'n b drug store, Shenandoah, Pa. Dr. Humphreys' Specifics euro by noting directly upon the disease, without exciting disorder in any other part o the system. HO. CURES. PHICES. 1 Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations. .25 li Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .'25 3 Teething, Colic, Crylng.Wakefulness .25 -i-ninrrhea, ot Children or Adults !i5 7 Coughs, Colds, lironcliltls 25 8 Xcurnlaln, Toothache, Faceache 35 Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25 10 Dyspepsia. Indlgestlon,WeakStomach,'J5 11 Suppressed orl'nlnfitt Periods 25 1 2 Whites, Too Profuse Periods 25 13 Croup, Lnrvimllls, Hoarseness 25 14 Salt Itlicunt. Erysipelas, Eruptions.. .25 15 Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains 25 16 .Malaria, Chills, Fever ndAgue 25 10 Catarrh, Influenza. Cold In the Head .25 20 Wlioopliig-Cougli 23 ' 27-Kldney Illsense 25 28-Xervous Delillltr 1.00 30-t'rlnnry Weakness, Wetting Bed 25 77-GrIp, HajrFover 25 Dr. Humphreys' Manual of all Diseases at your Druggists or Mailed Free. Sola by druggists, or sent on receipt of prrco. Humphreys' Med. Co Cor. WllUam & John Sts., New York. HAIRY GROYITH on a woman's face mars tier beauty and destroys tier Rood nature. It unfits her for society and injures her health by worrimentoverhei misfortune. Depilatine Is a harmless liquid warrant ed to be free from acid, cau. tics or poison, which will re move superfluous hair from the lace nr body in three minutes v, ithout the slightest pain, l j try or inconvenience. Ily occasional ap plications the hair follicles are permanently eradicat ed. Try it and you will be pleaded with results. Highly endorsed by the "United States Health Keports." 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 you have not used UfpIIatlne. My book-let "Aids to Beauty" containing a list of my unexcelled toilet creams and other hygienic complexion preparations mailed free. Write; Mmb. lourike. S3 DUANE STREET, NEW YORH Trial boltlo good for two application!) sent gtpald on receipt of 10 cents tn stamps. Those who once buy SEKUU'Jj keep coming buck for it. mis mixture makes the flavor of cof fee delicious. All Grocers. AHUSEHENTS. Ferguson's Theatre. DAN. J, FERGUSON, Mer. ONE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING PfJDflY, DEC. 11, '99 MATINEE SATURDAY. John A. Himmelein's Big Comedy Company Thf IDEALS" Headed bv the popular comedienne. Miss HEATKICE EAIELE, including the peer of musical organizations, HOWSON'S 20th Ceutury Band and Orchestra. THE PLAYS. Monday Went THE IRISH HERO. Tuesday Hleht. ..In the Heart of the Storm. Wednesday Night 10ST IN NEW YORK. Thursday Hleht THE LADDER OF LIFE. Friday Night THE DEVIL'S MINE. Saturday Night THE CENSUS TAKER. PRICES : - 10, 20 and 30 Cts. Iteaerved seat, at Klrlln'a drug store. Tho Hosv Freshnoss And a velvety soilness of the skin l Inva naoiy oDiainea oy luarv wuu use ruui uompicxion Fowder. my nas&mi wmm HWMKI! I IUU rl LLa 25 CTS. mmm n y best by 'adding a lit-1 tlepf Scene's I 10 oruiumjr mmmmmmg- coffee, tc. a packge. I Loaves Manila, Headed by the Battleship Orogoni DID ALEJANDRINO SURRENDER? A nnmnr to Tlint P.nVct In Followed by Another Tlint tlie Itctipt Cfim ninnitcr In Wntin1Ml nt Ajcullnr. Spun li.li rrl.oncr CliHDtrlliiil I'nltli. Manila, Dec. 11. An expedition headed by the battleship Oregon loft Munlla for Subig Saturday night. It Is reported that the Filipino commander Goneral Alejandrlno, with his staff, has surrendered to General McArthur, and there Is also a rumor that Alejan drlno Is at Agutlar, suffering from a wound received In a fight between In surgents and bandits, and that he will be given an opportunity to surrender and will bo properly cared for. Major Spenco, with a column ot tho Thirty-second regiment, captured a now insurgent camp, an uncompleted stronghold, In tho Tassan district. Ho left Dinalupau at daybreak Saturday nnd marched ten miles along moun tain trails, finally encountering a large band of insurgents, who retreat ed after a brief skirmish. Tho Ameri cans had no losses. The records of the treasury of tho so-called Filipino government, to gether with a quantity of paper money and another Nordenfeldt, have been found at Mangntarem. Three Americans who, wlthacommls sary sergeant of the Twelfth Infantry, were traveling from San Fernando to Angels, left their escort for a moment and went Into the bush. As they did not return speedily a search was made for them, but they could not be found. They were probably captured by the rebels. A mall orderly disappeared be tween Angels and llamban. He also Is supposed to have been captured. A force of 100 Insurgents on Satur day attacked near Baliuag a wagon train escorted by 30 men of the Six teenth Infantry. A sharp engagement followed. The Filipinos lost 18 In killed and nine captured. During the recent attack by tho Insurgents upon Vlgan the Filipinos obtained posses sion of the plaza and of a church in the center of the town, from which the Americans dislodged them. It seems that the escaped Spanish obtained guns and fought with the Americans against the insurgents. Colonel Julio Delrlo, ho is among the released Spaniards that have Just arrived here, gives ah Interesting ver sion of the famous Irene Incident in Subig bay in July of last year. He was formerly in command of the Spanish troops in the Olongapo dis trict. His narrative is corroborated by Senor Rafael Rosello, a wealthy Span ish merchant, who also fell into the hands of the Insurgents. Both declaro that the Spaniards sur rendered to Captain Coghlan, of the United States cruiser Raleigh, on an express agreement that they were not to be given up to the Filipinos, and they assert that the Spanish govern ment has promised to press their claims against the United States for their long imprisonment. Colonel Del Rio says: "Captain Coghlan gave his word that our capitulation would be accepted as It was made, that Is, to tho Ameri cans. Ho promised that we should not be given Into the hands of the In surgents, nnd I believe he was sin cere. Later the Concord went to Ca vlte for Instructions, returning with an order from Admiral Dewey that we were to be handed over to the insur gents." Story of a Slave. To be bound band nnd foot for years by tho chains of disease is the worst form of slavery, Georco D Williams, of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a slave was made free. Ho says : "My wife has been so helpless for Ave vears that she could not turn over in bed alone. After using two bottles of Electric nitters, she is wonderfully Improved and able to do her own work." This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness, slecplcssuess. melancholy, head ache, backache, falnttnc and dizzy spells, l lils miracle worKing meuiune is a goasena to weak, sickly, run down people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 60 cents. Sold by A. Waslcy, Druggist. Tvto1IIIett Uy u Train. Aiientown, Pa., Dec. 11. Charles Weiss, aged 55 years, of this city, and Harrison Boyle, aged 30 years, of Quakertown, wore killed last evening on tho Lehigh Valley railroad, in this city. They were walking on the track, when a freight came along and ran them down, Sume 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 llalsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see the ex cellent eflect after takine the first dose. Price 25c. and 50c. Trial size free. At all drug gists. An Army tl' foil flie Ioret. Duluth, Minn., Dec. 11. Contracts for the delivery of about 600,000,000 feet of nine logs to mills In this seC' Hon by railroads have been closed re cently. In northern Minnesota alone an army of 16,000 men will attack tho standing pine this winter. Young Mothers, Croup is the terror of thousands of young mothers because Its outbreak is so agonizing and freni'jntly fatal, tihiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure acts like magic in cases of croup. It has never been Known to tan, ino worst cosos relieved immediately. Price 26 cts.. 50 cts. and 11.00, Sold by P. D. Kirllu on a guarantee. NMro-OIyf rlne MtiKuzlne I3xplotl Bradford, Pa., Dec. 11. The nitro glycerine magazine of the Pennsylva' nla Torpedo company, located In Boli var Hollow, one and a half miles from this city, blew up yesterday with a report that was heard for 30 miles The magazine was blown to atoms and a hole made In the earth 15 feet deep by 30 feet Jn circumference. Trees wero torn Into splinters at the scene of the explosion, and the brick ot which the magazine walls were constructed was reduced to reddish powder, which covered the snow over a wide area, Much damnge was done In this city and vicinity by the breaking of glass overturning of chimneys, etc. It not believed any one was killed. An oil stovo, fed automatically, Is believed to have caused the explosion. Yon Try it. If Slilloh's CougU and Cousurnptlon Cure, which U sold for the small price of 23 eta., 60 eta. nnd f 1.00, does not curs take the bottle back nod we will refund your money. Sold for over fifty years on this guarantee. Price 85 cts, and B0 rts. Sold by P. D. Eirlin on ft guarantee. I. Such is tlie Reputation of "The Little Conqueror" lit Shenandoah, j How hard It often Is to cam and maintain a good reputation, and how easy It Is to low one As with man's reput.tlnn, so It Is with other thlnci In llfr Some things , achieve a reputation which stays with tlietn. They nro founded on IntrlnMo value They face the public backed up by honesty, and work their way quietly but thoroughly. Shenandoah people want nn better proof of th merit than Is contained In the following o tpcr enc! of a citizen : Mr James llnbbliis, miner, of 10 South Market street, says : "Whenever I was ex posed to hod weathnr or took tvld It always affected my kidneys mid hark I then had difficulty with t'ifi kidney secretions accom panied by pains In the back and top of my head. Tho lanieneaM in my back made It very diflicuH for me to stoop or lift anythl"g and If I sat for n while It hurt me to get up. I tried llnlmentl nnd plasters hut they did not amount to much. At last I was advised to try Doan's Kldrey Plllsand procured them from Klrlln's drug store. I never liisd any thing do mo so much good before nnd I can heartily recommend them for I have proved them to be reliable In relieving pains and an noyances of kidney trouble." Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. Price 5o cents. Mailed by Foster-Milbum Co., lluflnlo, N. Y. Sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name Doin's and take no other. doming Events, Dec. 18. Grand entertainment, "Tho Star of Uethlehem," nt tho Primitive Methodist church Jan. 1, 1000. Eleventh annual ball by St. Joseph's Pioneer Corps, in Armory hall, Glrardville. TLa Dftnl wi most etperlenoed. the en to ' I Hu UCilooiuuUif jounufferfrom 1'rirtte l)ita9& KinWM. J'rof. J. F. 'I HEVAH 1 51. 1., r,o t orth Mtlh M., l'hlUJcl. VfcHcoccU & Htrletnre (so cutUriil. I-cwt Yicof tt C k Health resiorwl Prw enlirtml. i:ovrs:9 3, CT'g6 , Kin. 9-13. Ilnuri for V0( it nnd In and dMgtrotui ctici dllr 10-90 to t 30 FmTi hmb cureil 4 to 1 0 dtTl. , atna tar wworn temmoouu n-i kook, ill rraaaa eipoea. " TTTTT T ' T " Y ' T " Y T T T T T Y"T"" LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD. IK KKFECT NOV. 19, 1899. PfiHRenirer trains leave Shenandoah for Pern, Haven Junction. Mnucb Chunk. Lehhzhton Slatinfrton, White Hall, Cntanauqun, Aiientown ucUiieiK'in, i'-nsion r.ew lorn una miiauelpnio o u, 7 -to ft, m l aj anu a ij p. tn. For wllkcsbarrc. White Haven and Pit tat or 5 20, 10 10 n. tn., 12 52 and S 17 p. m. r or meeyviiie, lowanua, aayre, wnveriy Elmlra. Itochesten ItufTalo. Mairara Falls Auburn, Syracuse, Ithaca, Geneva and the West, 10 10 a. in., 12 52 and S 17 p. m. For Belvidere, Delaware Water Gap anc Stroudsburg, 5 20 a, m., 5 17 p. m. For ijamucrtviue ana Trenton, 7 4j n. m. For .Teanesville. Leviaton and Beaver Meadow 1 20 a. in., 12 52 p. m. For McAdoo. Audenrled, Hazleton. Stockto and Lumber Yard, 5 20, 7 4Ct 10 10 a. in., R 52 and 5 17 p. m. ForJeddo, Drlfton and Frecland. 5 20, 10 10 a, m., 5 17 p. m. r ur oLtuiuuu, j v iu in., t xt jj. iu. For Lost Creek. Uirardville. and Ashland. 4 00. and 7 it p. tn. For Itaven Kun, Centralta, Mount Carrael and Shainokin, 10 49 a. m., I 4-, u U7, v Si p. m. ForMahanoy City. Park Place nnd Delano 5 20, 7 40, 10 10 n. in., and 12 52, 5 17 p. m. For YRieAViiie, o zu, iu iu a. m. Trains will leave Hlmmokin at 0 5"S. 9 20 a, m. 1159 and 4 20 p. in., and arrive at Shenandoah at 7 40, 10 10 a. m., 12 52, 5 17 p. m. Iiive Rhenandoah for Potts vl lie. St. Clair New Castle, Morea vnd Kew Boston, 7 40 an 10 iu a. m , o.' unu o u p, in. Leave Fottsville for ahenandoan. 9 45 a. in. 12 30,505,8 15 p. m. Leave Hazleton for Shenandoah, 9 55 a. m. 12 46, 5 07, 6 22, 8 29 p. in. SUNDAY TRAINS. Trains leave for Raven Run. Central ia. Mt uarmci ana snamoKin, iu e a. ui., i n p. m , Trains leave Shamokln for Shenandoah a 8 50 a. m.. and 5 S3 p. in. Leave anenanuoaii lor lateavule, Aianano City, Park Place, Delano, McAdoo, Audenrled Hazleton, Stockton, Lumber Yard, Wcathcrl, ana Ajaucu (jnun k, u ia a m., ana o iiz p. m For LehiKhton, Statlngtou, Catawaunua, Whlw Hall. Coulay. Aiientown. ICaston am a PbllUpt burg, v id a. m ana o si n. m. For New York Philadelphia, 9 45 a. m Leave Hazleton for ?beuandoah, 9 50, a. m nd 0 25 p. .COLLIN H. WILBUR, Genl, Supt., . -V1 ,r M. B. CUTTER, Supt. Transportation, South Uethlehem. Pa. CHARLES S. LEE, Ocnl. I'nss. Agi., :a Cortlandt Street, New York. A. W. NONNESIAC1IEU, Dlv. P. A., Hnuthltethleliem.Pa. Lauer's Reading Beer and Porter Brewers of tlie finest and purest .... F.WS TP" These products are seldom equalled and never surpassed. Also bottlers of all Carbonated Beverages. Private families desiring order? filled can have them promptly by calling on Christ. Schmidt, Agent and Bottler, 203 W. Coal Street SHENANDOAH, . AA riitohr.tep. ttn.U.li Diamond Hrmnd. ENNYROVAL PILLS Original and iliilj urnuine. rc, reliable, ladic ik urufint mr rAicnniMri tcnoinn ma- boie, artled with blue nr tnin i ake (ion and imttttiont. At Umciieta, or tea 4. In ii.fflni for rfcrllfldlktl. letlitnootlill M "Itellef for f.sdle, inUtttr, bj retf dlhtrCkemieftlC0..MiMlUm HuiftNi &U tr ftU Local Uruulite. 1111 LA DA A box of our srEciHL rnniLT dot is an exhilarating stimulant during the hot summer months. DoHvored at your home Columbia Brewing; Company To PATENT Good Ideas ma; bo secured by our aid. Address, THE PATENT RECORD. Baltimore, Ma Bttlxcrlptlooi to The Fttest Becord (Uupcrumui 1 pn n vvj my General GatacrVs Armv Eonulsod Near Storillborgi SIX HUNDRED TAKEN PRISONERS, Willi.- tin- I.lot of Klll.-il anil AVotiml. ril, AcvorilliiHT ti Itrltlnli Iti'iiortu, I. Siuiill, It I llcllrvcil I. ntpr Iloinirtx Will I.nrui'l' InrrpimR Cimiinl tlr.. London, Dec. 11. It Is hardly too much to regard General Qntacro's re pulse near Stormberg ns the most serl our defeat British arms have yet sus tained In tho whole campaign. AN roady tho oflloinl advices show that two mon were killed, nine officers and 17 men woro wounded and nine of ficers nnd 69G men are missing. Dut it is evident that the worst is not yet known. The proportion of wounded nnd killed is so small, when compared with tho missing who aro undoubted ly prlsoiisrs In the hands of the Doers that the supplementary list ot casu alties is uwnitetl with serious misgiv ings, as It is believed it will largely Increase the casualties. It is algo feared that there were serious losses of guns nnd equipment. General fiatacre left Putters Kranl by train for Molteno, and then pro ceeded by forced march 12 miles to ward Stormberg. He had 4,000 men, including the Northumberland Fusil iers, the Hoyal Irish Hides and two batteries of field artillery. Tlie Urltlsh were unmolested by tho Boers until the Boer position was reached, whon a hot fire was unex pectedly openedupon the advancing column. The engagement began at 4:15 n. m. At 7 a. m., after a sharp artillery duel, tho British retired. They aro now marching toward Molteno. Gen eral Gatacre found the enemy's posi tion Impregnable. It was impossible for tho British Infantry to get at the Boors. The column had arrived safely with in a couple of miles of its destination, the only incidents of the march being an occasional sudden call of "halt," under the belief that the Boers were near. Suddenly a terrific fire open ed simultaneously on the British front and right flank. The Itoynl Irish Kllles, which formed the advance, sought shelter behind a neighboring kopje nnd wore speedily joined by the remainder of the column, it was soon found, however, that this position also was covered by Boer guns, which wero more powerful than had been sup posed. The troops, therefore, sought a safer position about halt a mile away, two batteries In the meantime engaging the Boers and covering the troops In their withdrawal. Tho action now became general nt long range and a deatchment of mounted Infantry moved northward, with a view of getting on the enemy's right flank. Suddenly a strong com mando was seen moving from the north nnd tho Itoyal Irish Rifles and tho Northumberland regiment were Bent out to meet It. It was soon discovered, however. that the Boers had machine guns well placed, and the British wero compelled to face a terrlblo flro. Finding it Impossible to hold the position In the face of an enemy ap parently superior in positions, num bers and artillery, tho British retired on Molteno, the Boers following up tho retirement closely and bringing two big guns to bear on the retiring column. The Times publishes the following dispatch from Molteno: General Gat acre attempted to assault the Boer po sition at Stormberg at dawn today (Sunday). The guides led us wrong. and wo were surprised while In fours and after a very trying night march. Our retirement was effected In ex cellent order, there being no hurry, oven at the most critical time. The Northumberlands and Irish Rifles be haved as if on review day. I fear our losses are hfSavy. One of our guns wo had to abandon. A special dispatch from Ladysmltb, by way of Frero, says: "General Brocklehurst, with cavalry and artil lery, reconnoitered In the direction of Pepworth Hill with a view of cutting off the Boer retreat, but ho found the position still strongly held. The Eighteenth Hussars, .pushing forward, drew a furious fire and suffered heav lly, losing four killed and 17 wounded. we captured four Boer cannon. General SchalU-Burger and Com mandant Louis Botha aro In command of the Boer forces Investing Lady- smith. Their horses are said to be in poor condition. A heavy report was heard in tho direction of Colengo yesterday. The gound was followed by a big cloud of smoke. The supposition is that the enemy had blown up the highway bridge. The Transvaal government has de elded to consider Mr. Winston Church- Ill, who was captured Nov. 15 between Estcourt and Chleveley, a combatant officer, and to retain him as a prisoner. Mr. Churchill has applied to General Buller with a view of getting an ex change. North of Modder River town the British fired lyddite shells on the Boer position, where the enemy was ap parently constructing an emplacement for a 40-pounder. The lyddite shells appeared to do immense damnge, The Boers retired, but the incident Is In teresting ns showing that the Boers are still in position quite close to Modder River. Prevented a Tragedy. Timelr information given Mrs. Qeorgo Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, preveuted a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives. A frightful cough had long kept her nwako evury night. She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily crew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery. Une liottlo wholly cured her, and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr. Long of a stivers attack of Pneumonia. Such cures are positive, proof of tbo matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat, chest and lung troublos. only suo and f i.uo. very hottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at A. Wasley's drug store. 1'arla Slrret Kcll Into u 'runnel. Paris, Dec. 11. Some 60 meters of the Place de l'Etolle fell Saturday night Into the Metropolitan railway tunuel. Ten trees were carried down and two persons were burled In the debris, although quickly rescued. How's This We offer One Hundred 'Dollars lteward for any onse of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.J. CHENEY 4 CO , Props., Toledo, O, We the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney for tbe last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and fin nnclally able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. WlisT & TnAVX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waluino, Kinnas It. Mauvin, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, Ohio, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75o. per bottle. Sold by all Druggitt Testimonials free. Hall's Fuinlly Tills are the best. "Sunuirrs op M3vs. The Scotch-Irish Society of Amerlen will meet at Knoxville, Tenn., June 1 to 4, 1000. Hnnry Chapman, of Corpun Chrtatl, Tox was suffocated by escaping krh nt Boston, and his wife Is dying. Tho grand Jury at Genera, N. Y., failed to Indict any one for the drown ing ot young Berkley, the Cornell stu dent. An Arizona delegation, headed by Governor N. 0. Murphy, will visit Washington early In January to advo cato statehood. Flro Commissioner John J. Scan nell, ot New York, has gone to Havana to assist In putting the department of that city on n modern basis. A $5 Confederate note wna pasted on a farmer in tho Lancaster (Pa.) mar ket. He was told that It was the latest stylo of United States currency. Missionaries of many Protestant de nominations nre said to be earning confusion in Porto Rico, and the na tives fonr to send tholr children to the schools. Inventors Dupont and Frodoroff, of France and Russia, respectively, claim to have invented a light steel flying machine cnpnble of traveling 100 miles an hour with one man aboard. Did you ever notice tle man in the switching -tower? Docs it ever occur to you that the lives of every living person on a train frequently depend on the prompt ness and intelligence with which lie moves tne switch levers tinder his control ? If men could only realize how small a thing may act at the critical instant to switch them from a dangerous track on to one of perfect safety, the yearly deaths from lune diseases would be less bv uianv thousands. 'I had a regular consumptive couRh. of which I was afraid, and everybody cautioned and warned me concerning it," says Mr. A. H Novotny, P. O. Box 1437, New York, In a signifi cant letter to Dr R. V. fierce of Buffalo. N Y "When I started to take your medicine I was losing utight tapiiiy; I was very pale and had no appetite whatever. I used three bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and now my couuuion is cnangca cniireiv. 1 uo not cough at all; I have gained eight pounds iu weight, have gained ray healthy color; and my appetite is enotmons. I can and will recommend your medicine to everybody who may be in need of it; as it is a sure cure, and no humbug as m many other patent medicines are. It is by far mc superior oi an. One chanter of Dr, Pierce's ereat thou sand-page illustrated book, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser tells of nearly one hundred men and women thus mV&Jgr&t t-ent free for the bare cost of mailing, ai one -cent stamps or cloth -bound for 31 lamps, uut only one copy to one umuy penn sylvania RAILROAD HCHTTYKIM DIVISION Novf.mdkh 10, 1899 Tralna will leave Sheoandoah after lue mtmte inte for Wlggan, Ollberton, Frackvlllo Dr Water, St. Clair, Pottsvllle. Hamburg, Keadli aJelphia(Brd street atatlonlal 620 and OS s. m.,z 10,0 1 p tn. on week days. Hunusj t 03 a. ra.. 20 p. m. Trains leave Frackvllle lor Shenandoal .t 7 41, 1149 a.m. and 6 80, 7 88 p. re. Bucda 1 1 01 a. m. and 5 36 d. m. Leave Pottsvllle lor Shenandoah (via Praci vine, 7 la, 11 JJ a. in., a 10, 7 10 p. m. nunaa 10 85 a. m., S 10 p. 111. Leave Philadelphia. (Broad street station!. It .Shenandoah at 8 83 a. m., 4 10 p. m. week day, Sundays leave at 8 60 and 9 23 a. m. Leave PhtladelDhla (Broad .tret atatlonl foi tA,t.IIU K KI O G, I .1.. .1 ,A,n 1 M u.n mc, v I ,, 1 1 u 1 v 1 J , iu . 1 111. , ,w, 4 10 I parlor car, 7 33 p. m. weekdays. Sundays. ooo, vzja. m. ant ompm. Leave Broad Street Station, Philadelphia. FOB NEW YORK. .1-..- S Vt I M 1A M I 1Q M 733, 8 26, 903, 9.10,(10 21, dining car), 1100, 1143 a in, r-s uu noon, t J M. (Ulmlleu luuanu izi p m, dining cars), 1 4 (2 30, dining car), 8 20, 3 SO, 4 02, 3 00, 3 86, (dining car), 6 00, 702, 8 10, (dining car), 10 Ou p. m., 12 02, night. Sundays, 3X.403. 140 500.618 823, 9 50(10 21, dining carj.iu fa, u sj a ra, jz uj, taming car), 12 so, z at.1 (dining car). 4 02. (Limited 4 22 dining car) 3 20. 3 M, dining car, 683, 702, 8 10, dining car, 10 00 p. m., 12 02 night For Bosfon without cbanee. 11 01 a m. week days, and 8 10 d. m.. dally. For Sea Otrt. Asburv Park. Ocean Grave. Long Branch, and Intermediate stations, 8 23, li iu a m, s ou, V p m weeKuays. WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH, For Baltimore and Washington. 8 50. 7 20. 8 3' 10 50, II 23. 1133, a. m., 12 86 dining carl 113 dining carl, 8 12, 4 41, 3 23 Congressional t. u- ill., iitou uiuiiiiiuui ua Limited dining car, B 03, 6 aj. 1663, dining i 7 81 dining car, p ra., and 12 20 night .1 awm UnnH... KM 1 OA HIT 11 "1 - t ftmi'dh? dining carl. p. m.. and 12 20 night For Baltimore, accommotlatlon, 9 13 a m, 1 62 ana ivipm wees- aays.ouiana ii is p m daily, WEST JERSEY & SEASHORE R. R, FOU ATLANTIC CITY. Leave Broad street station via Delaware rivet bridge Express. 0 40 a m. 7 03 d in weekdays. Sundays, 9 20 a m 7 05 p in. Lave aiarKeiBireet an a.xpres. iwiira 100,4 00, 6 00 p m weekdays Sundays, 9 0?, io uu a m (accommodation f so ana o uu p m, I For Cape May. Anglesea. WUdwood and I Holly Bench, Sea Isle City, Avalou, and Stone Harbor Express 9 00 a m. 4 00 p m week days ounuays, v uu a m. tOO, SCO, p. m. week days Sundays, 8 00 ant1 I 10 00 a. m rur nomers I oint i'.irrwB. v a m. sou For tickets and other Information apply tr ticket agent B. I. HuTcniHsoH. J. R. Wood. Gen'! Manager. Men'l Pas'a'r A 1 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M. BURKE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Offlt E?an bulldlnsr. corner ot Main an Centre streets, Shenandoah. J CLAUDE DKOWN, ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW. Office: Cor. Centre and White streets, nei o Justice Toomey's omce. Q QltUIILElt, M. D., ' PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. No. 80 East Lloyd Street. Office hours i 8 to 0 a, m. 1 to 8 p. m. 7 tov p. in. pBOF. JOHN JOKES, MUSICAL INSTRUCTOR, Lock Box 68, Mahsmoy City, Pa. Havinsr studied under some of the bell masters In London and Paris, will give lessoni Terms reasonable. Address In care of Slrousr on ina vionn.manaoiin. e-uitar ana vocal culture the leweler 8hananri.h milions of Dollars Go up In nnioVt, every year. Take no risks but got your houses, stock, far uiture, etc., Insured In nrst-clsrs re itaoie companies as represented by rUVID FAUST. ,Isra"ce, A! 190 South Jardln 81 4lsoUlaind4ocl4sntal outan ot 1 VERY WOrv"Atv' kraHlMM n ro'ltbl. month r wt,um " toe u.L.tdr. gilh.Lid bautJ, It yn .uith. wmn Di Foal's Pennyroyal Pills Tkrmti,nri .' r wrUI FOR SALE AT KIRUN'S DRUGS STO The iru-jl r m. ly for n ryom prostration and all di-wases cf the treneratlrr orcmiMif eiih.T-x, sui-u ai t er'ui Prostration, Falllnjpor Lost Maabo' ImiHiincy. Nieluly Eml-wlon Youthful K.rrors. Mental Worry, etoemtre ,i ot Totmiio or Opium which It-id to Consumption and Insanity With err. ?5 orUi-r wo guarantee to cure or rotund the money. Sold at 11.00 per box O boxes for eli.UO. lilt. JIOXT'S Cllli"2I:Ali CO., Clereland, Ohio AFTER USING. For Sale toy . 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