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H .utli .Inrdln slreet, Rliennndnali, Pa.
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able to the carriers, lly mall W.dO n year, 01
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position. The publishers reserve tho right
lo change the position if advertisement,
whenever the publication ot news demands
It The right Is reserved to reject any
advertisement, whether paid (or or not, that
the publishers mav deem Improper. Adver
tising rates made known upminppllfcntloil.
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OAK NOT CII
SATCKDAY. DECEMHEIt 30.IKW.
OUR COUNTRY : First. Last and Forever.
In ussertliifr the loyalty of the Irish
soldiers in service fn South Afrli-u
Field Marshal Lord Roberts shows
clearly that he knows what he is
IT is of at least passing Interest to
note that in this country those who
are most conspicuous in condemning
the conduct of Great Britain in South
Africa include those who have been
noisiest in condemning our own Gov
ernment for its policy in the Philip
pines, and that in Prance the leaders
of the anti British agitation are those
who have been plotting against the
French republic. The fact may not
be significant, and then again it may.
Thk nearer the approaoli of the
time when the Popocrats must do?
termine upon their leading issue for
next campaign the greater dillloulty
they find In agreeing on one. Here
are Sibley and Warner announcing
that the silver issue is dead for the
present at least, Gov. Jones of Ark.,
and Senator Morgan of Ala., and
other southern leaders shouting for
expansion, prominent Democratic
labor leaders declaring that an indis
criminate fight on trusts will damage
their interests more than help them,
the free traders absolutely silenced,
and the Nebraska Democrats threat
ening to dissolve partnership because
of Senator Allen's appointment over
a real Democratic candidate. Mean
time prosperity goes on increasing
and refuses to be checked by the
s lw ineaveragp lermiu oi uismuuui
year Pennsylvania will henceforth
rank eighth, if not seventh, among
the states of the Union, but will not
outrank Maryland, New York, New
Jersey Massachusetts, It lode Island,
Connecticut, and, perhaps.California.
In this state some of the richest
farming distriots have been the slow
est to improve their school facilities
either by lengthening the term or by
i ncreasing the salaries of the teachers.
Dr ShaelTer says the reports for
1900 will show whether the apprecia
tion cf the teacher has diminished in
the districts actually affected by the
statue lengthening the minimum
term to seven months. Dr. SchaelTer
saB there is difficulty in enforcing
tha compulsory law -where parents
reruju to have their children vaccln
ated, and suggest that supplement
ary legislation is needed in this
Wk -an see the sorrowing wonder
' n Col. Bryan's face as he puts anti
septic on his fifth rib after this Btab
:m a silver dagger and a friendly
y acd ' How can a Democrat enjoy
I rosperity?" the Colonel is asking
tniself. "If free Bilver is dead, what
'adve In my outfit 7 And, O, to
It that Joe Sibley should have
urncl traitor to the cause of human
ity and the money of the producing
lasses ' I am distressed for thee, my
brother Jonathan : " To make the
distress more aonte, the Hon. Joe
n, vey jumps with all his weight on
t .1. Bryan's great anti-expansion
ssje "If President McKlnley
should adopt any other policy In the
'jtare than he has been pursuing
it --e the beginning of the war with
Spain, he would go down into history
the most generally condemned Presi
dent thi country eyer had." There
wdl be taari and breaking hearts for
Why go humping around with a
Wheiyyou can get Instant relief In a 10c. boxol
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lUbbreiEi m X. M.. m em.
FosmvEur Guarantied PlLbw
The beet Kldnev nreDaratlon on earth, and a
10-CENT BOX i nt.ii nearly a much M
other tell for i cents. If Mmr druggltt will
not tupply you, tetti u five a cnt ttampa and
gei a box of mail
The Johnson Laboratories, Inc., Phtla.
" FOR SALE BY ALL DRUOniSTS
A Handsome Complexion
U on of U gTeateat ouarnu a wcnu can
poiieu Boucni's Courutxie panroul
THOUSANDS OF REQUESTS
For Free Bottles
r received by the manufacturer of
Or. David Kennedy's I'uvorito Koinody,
ml upon strut invustlimllon It ha
been found that no lew than 01 per
cent, of thoBu rwetviiiK l rial lioUlm
have been so lii'le.l hv Hit litmierty
eiit.llintthoy hae brnmlit Inrno elied
bottles at thuir druggists.
There is no doubt that Favorite
Remedy is t ho very bust medicine
known for di-eam-s l the Kidneyi,
Liver, Bladder and lllood, Rheuma
tism, Dyspepsia and Chronic CoiiRtiia
tion. Iho niiintifiicturcrs nro prepared
to send free trial bottles postpaid i0hI1
thoso who will write, uivinu their full
namctiiid pint ullico address lo the 1)11
DAVID KKNNKDY COIJI'ORATION,
itoiuiout, N. Y.. iind mention tills paper
Put some of vour urine in a glum
tumbler; if in 24 hours It has a sedi
ment, or u milky, cloudy rnndig'nii; If
it Is pale or discolored, ropy or stringy,
tou need a good medicine,' and Favor
ite Remedy is the best one you can
take. It speedilv cures such dancer
oils symptoms as pain in the bnck,fre
qtienl desire to urinate especially at
night, scalding burning pain in passing
water, staininc of your linen by the
nrlno and inability to hold it. Also
the unpleasant and dancerouR effects
produced on the system by the use of
whiskey or beer
Dr. David Kenneth's Favorite Item
ed y In polil nl all -io i- ,,i H.UO a
bottle, or six bottles lut 4MW
Services in the Trinity Reformed church
to-morrow at 10:00 n. in., and (ISO p. in.
Sunday school at 1:30 p.m. Inter twrvit-o
on Wednesday, at 7:30 p. in. The Lnllis' Aid
oil Tuesday evening, and ( lie Hi-iili'lbum
League- on Thurrtliiy evenlne. The Willing
Workers on Saturday, at &30 p. m . and Hit
choir nn Monday ami Friday evcuings Kev.
7. A. Yearirk pastor.
Regular services will ho held In the United
Evangelical church, North Jardin street, to
morrow at 10 a. in. anil 0.31) p in. Sunday
chool at 2.00 p. in. Uev. J. It. Hcmyt, pastor.
K. L. C. E on Monday evening l'rtycr.
praise and testimony meetings overy Thus
ilay, Wednesday and Thursday evniims
Bible study every Friday evening. Jr K I
13. E. evory Saturday evening at 7 o'clock
Primitive Methodist churuh, James Moure,
pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. in. and 0:30
p.m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Class meet
ing on Wednesday evening. General prayer
meeting on Thursday ovenlug. Everybody
Services in All Saints' Protestant Episcopal
church, on West Oak street, to-morrow
as follows: Holy Communion. 8:00 a. in.
Mornin prayer and sermon, 10:3i). Sunday
school, 2:00 p. ni. Evening prayer anil ser
mon, 7:00. G. W. Van Fossen, pastor.
First Baptist church, corner of West and
Oak streets, Uev. 1). I. Evans pastor. Services
at 10a. in. and 0 p. in. Sunday school at 2 p. in.
Prayer meeting Monday evenings. Young
People's meeting Wednesday evenings.
Class meeting Thursday evenings.
Services will he held at the Presbyterian
church during the coming week n9 follows:
Sahbath preaching services, 10:30 a. m and
0:'10 p. in. Sahbath school, 2 p in. Senior
Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p. in., following the
evening service. Weekday services in the
lecture room : Midweek prayer meeting and
bible lecture. Thursday evening, at 7:30
Junior Christian Endeavor, Siturdsy aller
uoon, at 1 o'clock. All are insde welcome
Seats free. H. VV Koehler. pastor.
Calvary Baptist church. South Jardin
street. Preaching to-morrow at 10:30 a. m
mil i:30 p. ni. Uev K. H. Allans, pastor.
Sabbath school at 2 p. m.. Deacon
John Bunn, Superintendent. II. Y. I U
Tuesday evening, at 7:30. Wednesday
evening, general prayer meeting at 7:30.
St, John's Lutheran church, West Cherry
-.treet. Itev. John Gruhler, pastor Preach
ing, 10 a. m. ; Sunday school, 1:30 p. m. :
preaching 0:30 p. m.
St Michael's Greek Catholic church. West
Centre street Uev. Cornelius Laurisin, pas
tor. Matutiuum service 9 a. in. High mass
10 a. m.
Church of the Holy Family, (German U.
C.) North Chestnut street. Jtev. A. T. Schut
tlehofcr, pastor. First mass S a. m., second
mass 10 a. m.
St Gisimir's Polish R. C. church. North
Jardin street. Uev. J. A. I.enarklewiez.
pastor. First mass 8 a. m., high mass 10 a.
in., vespers and benediction 4 p. ni.
Church of the Anmiuciation, 218 West
Cherry street. Rev. H. F. O'Reilly, pastor;
Rev James Kane, assistant pastor. First
mass, 7 a. m., second mass, 8 a. ui., high mass.
10 a. ni, benediction, 7 p, in.
St Stai ilius church. Morning services on
Sunday at 8 and 10. Vcspeis at 7 o'clock
Sunday school at 2 p.m. Rector Weuesluus
Keheleth Israel Congregation, corner of
Oak and West streets, Rev. Henry Mit
nik, pastor. Saturday services, 8 to 10a, m.,
and 3 to 5 p. m. Sunday services 8 to lo a.m.
and every week day morning from 7 to 8 a. m.
We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to
refund the money on a 50-cent bottle of
Greene's Wananted Syrup of Tar if it falls
to cure your cough or cold. We also guaran
tee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or
Wasley, C. II. Ilagenbuch,
Shenandoah Drug Store, P.W. Blerstaln&Co.
l-literNoil'rf I lolfirf.futtie.
Paterson, N. J., Dec. 30. The sub
committee, of which Attorney Genera
Griggs is chairman, appointed to re
port on the proposed memorial to Vice
President Hobart has reported to the
citizens' committee that they were of
the opinion that the memorial should
consists of a gxonze statue, life size or
heroic size, to be placed upon a granite
or other stone pedestal, the statue to
represent Mr. Hobart standing before
the United States senate, it is further
recommended that the statue be erect
ed in front of the city hall. The-cost
of the proposed memorial Is estimated
at $15,000, to be contributed by Mr.
Hobart's friends all over the country.
Klieumntlim Cured In a Day.
"Mystio Cure" for Rheumatism and Neur
alula radloally curesin 1 to 3 days. Its action
udoii tho system Is remarkable and mys
tflrioiis. It removes at once the cause and
th disease Imaiediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents. Sold by
Shenandoah Drue Store, Shenaudoah. tf
Cllled by Urptoillliur Dynnmlte,
Lock Haven, Pa., Dec. 30. Grant
Bathhurst. assistant postmaster at
Rote, this county, was killed and two
other nersons were Injured yesterday
by an explosion of dynamite In the
weiabmaster s omce ot tne ueueionie
Limestone .company, at Salona, eight
mllee from this city. One of the men
In the office raked the fire In the stove
with a poker, and while it was still not
hung the poker on a nail. It slipped
from the nail and fell into a bucket
filled with dynamite fuses, and a ter
rifle exnloslon followed. The build
Ing was blown to pieces. Bathurst had
an arm and a leg torn from his body,
and two other men were injured by
flying debris. Bathurst was 35 years
of age, and leaves a wife and one child.
Tlir nullliiuer Cliaricen.
Concord, N. H , Dec. 30. Senator
William K. Chandler appeared bb a
witness est onlay In the grand Jurj
hearing of charge of civil service law
violation against Senator Jacob H
dalllnger. Hecretary Hoyt, of the Re
publican state committee, also testified
The missing witness, Air. John II
Walker, Senator Oallinger's secretary,
has not yet been located. Dlatri: t At
torney Hamldett said that the rase
would not lie dosed until Walker's
testimony has been heard and tht
he-irlng iis . dj ' i ued ! i ' if ' "I in
TBN AlOKB WRECK VICTIMS.
IIihiIH Ii-ns Weill Ihnn Wll'i nn I n
l.iitMtil SottuoiH'r Oft IJltHrrn.
Norfolk, Deo. JO. Tlio loan m i i' it
(en otlior mon call bo added tr Hn- !
.only loilK lffit MCllUced ill Sim ' ;v
night's big Inirrloitno in wlilcli 2t i "i
dofltli at Hattfiflg nnil in on an un
known hark In mid-ocean, lor thov uu
dmibtedly wont down In the , k
that wan tlldcovoretl ye-ito day off it i
teraa, the moat daiiKOiuiiR point on Uic
The first news wtm brought yrst"i
ilny by tho' Hrltlah atcitnslilp AsIiIjim la.
Captain t.ewlfl, who stated that mi
Tlutraday, when about 25 mllos nurtb.
one-qnni-tor oaat ot Diamond Simula
llplitalilp, off Cape HatloraB. he p.iss
h1 the wreck of a larne three misled
oliooiicr. and the only thlnga visible
I'lxive the water wovo the topm.mts
There were no Hlgns of life about tlio
twI or wreckage flonttiiR and Mir
sea was too rough to permit his lilp
to ko near the wreck. Tne size of tin
niaatB Indicated a largo sailing vessel
whose crow was not less than ten men.
No shipwrecked sailors have 1 r
landed, and tlio men must have gmi1
down with their ship.
PIREMFN'S NARROW BSCaPF.
."evi-rnl SM'i-'l,v Injiircil In ii iv
New York, Dec. 30. The two rovpii
story btilldlngs at 42G to tTi Mini
Twenty-fourth street, occupied nrlni 1
pally by the wall pupor factory of
William Campholl & (X. were destrnv
ed by flro last nlisht. The loss is fully
$500 000. Three hook and ladder men.
Andrew Deenan, Joseph Sliaurrhnpw
and Joseph Uesslnger, were caught on
the sixth floor and escaped with ere it
difficulty. All wore severely horned
Two other hook and ladder men v.p'c
caught on one of tho high ledge-?. wlh
tho flames roarinc all around them
and the dense smoke miklnp theni al
most Imrerrcntlblo from the street
Kxtenslon ladders were run up ami
firemen brought them down in nu al
most unconscious condition. One of
the men, Lee Potter, was very seveiel'
burned and wbr sent to. He'levue hos
pital. At midnight one section of the
walls fell, alniost burying a number of
firemen, whose escape was miraculous,
and Injuring several of the men. The
falling wal's crushed In the roof o'
the water supply house fdlulnlng -anti
the city's loss will be heavy.
I'Jic UIk- Sllwr lliilllou Holil.i'iy.
Anaconda, Mont., Dec. ?0. Al Mal
lev. accused nf being Implicated In 'he
robbery of $100 000 from the Ph'lllp.'
burg. Mnnt., Bimetallic company 'ird
of poaiei1-'"" 'nformatlon which will
he of use the company and t"te of
ficials in their prosecution of John F
Boyd, charged with stealing the bul
lion, has been arrested and taken to
Butte. M. 13. Mayer, the assive- of
Butte, was arrested on Aug. 10 la?t
charged villi having received stolen
silver bullion to Hie amount of S1"0 -000.
Mayer denied the chirge and g-vi
the name of Ttnyd us the man who sold
him the lul''; Boyd, who was he-d
watchman e Bimetallic crimp ny
In Phllllpslmri. from whom 'he silver
wnc) til.-e". was arrested. Mayer was
ItllNlfllt Cllll (IlIlMI t Of lIlMT S'lOOPHN,
London, Dec. 'O The . MuseH'fs
corraspciident of The Dally Hail le'e
graphlng Ihe s'ibstance- of an Inter
view with tliP Pmolmi rjunpvnl Oouvko,
eldest son of the famous Gourko, who
is now abiit t-i siar; " Pretoria,
aays that the Viin.il in oniier i-tle the
following stjte en': "f 1 - 1 een of
fered the command of , TVp" army
corps. In niy own mind i mii abso
lutely confident of the success of the
Boers. You may t-l- irv woul for it
that thousand! T'-s-tms wire now
fighting under Gen'orr.l Joubert."
11-Kiil Tlilorlinr Hn"-r Avrsteil.
Los Anro'o. C"!., Pe" SC. The war
rant for the nrn-t of CIitIc II. Cole,
foimerlv p;-o-!de-.t cf the Hole b.nik
of Boston. ' " 'v-'i,i 'f em'e,'"'lrig
900,0f'0, errlved "'elv. t)p T'nl-
nd PtBtos ms)il al' ""''fil a
e'ei?ram 'mm (he attorney rer' 'I cf
the United Biale? direclins hln to con
duct Cole to Boton iTiler ward. Cole
waived a preliminary crimination and
the start for Boston was made today.
The warrant contains four counts.
Red Hot From the Gun
Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman, of
Newark, Mich., in the civil war. It caused
horrible Ulcers, that no treatment helped for
20 years. Then Ducklen's Arnica Salve
cured him. Cures Cuts. Bruises, Burns,
Boils, Felons, Corns, Skin Erupdons. Best
pile cure on earth. 5 cts. a box. Cure
guaranteed. Soli yb A. Wasley, druggist.
Cmisrri'NMmiiil llout'IIttH Condition.
Boston, Dec. 30. To all those who
Inquire after the condition of Con
gressman Boutelle at the McLean asy
lum the only reply given Is that he Is
getting along nicely and la improving
In strength. Dr. Daniel A. Robinson,
the physician who came from Bangor
to attend him a'fter he was stricken
with sickness at Young's hotel, Bays
that while the congressman may re
cover his physical health and vigor, It
is possible that he may never be tha
same again mentally.
DoeB'Tals Strike Ton 1
Mudilv comolexlons. Nauseating breath
come from chronic constipation, Karl's
Clover Root Tea is an absolute cure and has
been sold for flftv years on an absolute
guarantee. Prlca tS eta. and 50 cts. Sola by
P. v. KIrlin on a guarantee.
.lvnpiitkN lti-niovi(f of 4'iipltnl.
Evansvllle, Ind., Dec. 30. Judge
Thomas W. Dillon, of Petersburg, an
nounced today that he would be a can
didate for the nomination for congress
before the next Democratic conven
tion. In an appeal to the voters he ad
vocated the removal ot the national
capital to Kansas, saying the people
of the west and south are denied their
rights in Washington because of the
Influence of wealth. His address has
caused considerable comment In po
litical circles in southern Indiana.
The Cure that Cures
Whooping Cough, Asthma,
BronohltM and incipient
The German remedV
Cuv ttvtoA mA Vuntv ittUH.
Used in Millions of Homes!
Accept no substitute !
Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs.
These articles mailed
exchange for lion heads
front of i lb. LION COFFEE pkgs.
Gold Collar Button.
Mailed free for SI on heads cut from Lion
Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent stamp. Made
men.' This ehapo Is handy uud popular.
For 18 lion heads and
n 2-cent stamD. The
Illustration Is only two-thirds actual size.
Color a delicate pink, with Jewel setting
and gold trlminlnps. Heat enamel finish,
atylisli and durable.
The Lion's Bride."
Mailed free for 12 lion heads cut from
Lion Coffee wrappers and o 2-cent stamp.
An unusually fine picture, from the brush
o! the noted German artist, Gabriel Max.
It Is founded on Chamlsso s poem, "The
Lion's Bride." The story Is interesting,
and we send with each picture a hand
some folder, containing copy of the poem
and telling all about It. Size, 15x26 inches.
Dorothy and Her Friends."
For 8 lion heads
and a 2c. stamp.
A blight, cheery
ng a little glrlplay
ing with her cntck
colors are rich reds
and greens. Size,
For 10 Hon heads
and 3-cent stamp w
will mall It tinned,
ready for banging .
Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought
Don't overlook it I You have bought a certain portion of some
be selected by you from our new Premium Lists I
, THE ABOVB ARB ONLY A
shortly appear In this paper
You always know LION COFFEE by the wrapper. It Is a sealed pack
age, with the lion's head In front. It Is absolutely pure If the package
Is unbroken. LION COFFEE Is roasted the day It leaves the factory.
Suit AirnlltMt ciill It HiiiiiIn.
Chicago, Dec SO.--Suits for damages
aggregating nearly $700,000 have been
brought by ownera of property on the
streets covered by the Btructure of the
Union Elevated railway loop and
against tho elevated systems using the
loop, the South Side Elevated, the Met
ropolitan Elevated nd the Lake Streot
Elevated. The largest milt Is brought
by Eugene Pike, who seeks to recover
$275,000 damages alleged to have been
sustained by his property at 79 to S5
Fifth avenue. It Is alleged the ele
vated structure has rendered the prop
erty' less desirable and of less rental
Tell Your Sister
A beautiful complexion ia an Impossibility
without good pure blood, the sort that only
exists in connection with the good digestion;
a healthy liver and bowehj. Karl's Clover
Root Tea acts directly on tho bowels, liver
anil kidneys keeping them in perfect health.
Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. Sold by 1. )i. Kirlln
on a guarantn.
From South Africa.
The finest hops and malt to manu
facture the famous
BERGNER & ENGEL
It is now on tap at the well
known hostlery of P. J. Hiley, 200
West Oak street, for the holidays.
Give him a call and be convinced
Soloman Haak, flgt,
116 South naln St.,
GOOD WORK GUARANTEED.
Men', aolei and lieela . SO and (Mo
Mrn' " " " (Beweil). Sland liOo
LodlM"' " " ..... 10 and 60s
Utiles'" " sowedj 60o
litldreii'saoleHand lieela 80nnd83o
Oura Ijootn, tola and lieel - , HOc
" " ' " ' with jmtcli- 00c to tu
Children's shoes, Sir. Hatlsfdctury patch
worn. Hlioes heeled only i&aiidSOtts.
IS3W.L cutro fcfrvet ,
finish, nnd Bet
In th6 center.
Tills w 11 ba
welcomed for "dressod-up" occasions by
the ladles who like to wear different
colored sashes. The gold-finish goes well
with any of them. Ulven for 20 lion
heads and a 2-cent stamp.
Made of good
quality lawn, with
and (UCks! broad
hem at bottom, nnd
Is neatly, gathered
at waist; a very
article. Size, 36x40
Given for 20 Hon
heads and a 2-cnt
Size, 16x24 inches. Olven for 8 Hon
heads and a 2-cent stamp.
50-Foot Clothes Line.
Olven for IS
lion heads and
a 2-cent stamp.
Made of closely
threads, strong, and will give the best of
FEW OF THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another
I Don't miss It I The grandest list of premiums ever
llfurcfl Vfooiiftlitnor fnptiirt'il.
Scranton, Pa., Dec 29. - Frank Man
ley, the alleged moonshiner, whoso
st 111 was unearthed in Pike county last
week, was captured yesterday at
Browntown, Luzerne county, and lodg
ed In tho Lackawanna Jail to await
trial at Philadelphia.
)DI,euc, ft Kiceaiea. Prof.CI. F.TIIEEI.,
II.. 004 North Hlith FL. 1'lilU.lpl.
I IIW UUUI QODMIll II TDU Bu, uOiu 1 rir.U
initio, lu., rim Ouw.ote la cmr tut,!
t .neoctie it Bincmr. mo cuiunci. ixu v imr
C ft Health reitored. Paru enlarttxl. ITorritSS,
irrsi ti V, Hao.S-lt, Hour, fbr long atandtng and dangfrom
ciol dailr 10 SO to S 30. Freah raiel cured 4 to 1 0 dajl.
Send for Sworn ertlmoniala aod Uook. All frauda eipoaed.
KAIER'S OPERA HOUSE,
NEW YEAR'S WEEKi
Monday, Jan. 1st,, 1900,
THE PEER OF ALL
MyerS & Excellence 1
'Outcasts of a Great City."
Prices, Matinee and Night, 10c, 20c &' 30c
Bale of scats for bnth (ter orraanoes
opens on I'riday at 10 a. m.
Store: In Town.
All the choicest grades ot Dried Fruits,
Canned Goods, Citron and Lemon I'eel, etc at
Almost your own prices. All our Flour Is sold
-very cheap, ruultiy and Truck.
ELI IS GUZINSKY,
216 Weat Centre St.
Best Coffee for the Money !
Try LION COFFEE and you will never use
any other. It Is absolutely pure
Coffee and nothing but Coffee.
Box of Colored Crayons.
and a 2c. stamp.
Fine wox crayons,
panied with out
line pictures for
with strong paper,
to prevent break
ing. Child's Drawing Book.
of nice outline
Into book form
with sheets of
tissue paper be
leaves. On these
tissue pages tho
trace the pictures beneath, thus aflordlng
enjoyment, as well as Instruction to the
hand and eye. These drawing books and
the box of crayons go very well together.
There are six different kinds, and each
drawing book requires 6 Hon heads and a
Naval Box Kite.
See it Fly 1
nailed free for 40 lion heads cut from
Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2-ccnt stamp.
Thecele- r-yfL I
brated box yfe Ln
kite now so ySjstZjT I
popular. - T7 Jo&zS&J
Thirty Inches f PC .
long and I ASi f"
comes safely UlisvX
can quickly v
be spread to i 3
fly. Every ,
American boy . ."TV A.
wants one, f
IWhen writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope or
package with the Hon heads. If more than 1 5 Hon heads are sent, you can
save postage by trimming down the margin. Ask your grocer for large
Illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the
WOGLSON SPIGE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Have just received a large
line of new and attractive
At very low prices. Do you
want to make your friends
happy ? Then come to our
store and buy a nice comfort
able Fancy Chair, Couch,
Divan, Swinging Rocker, of
the latest design and finish at
prices so low that everybody
can aflord to buy them. Our
line of Morris Chairs, Ladies'
Desks, Combination Cases and
Floor Rockets are superior
than ever before.
Furniture Dealer and Undertaker,
10G South Main St.
Of watches, jewelry,
silverware and musical
instruments does not
decrease, but is con
stantly being replaced
with new goods. O.ur
selection is just as large
and varied to-day as
-when the season op
ened. Low Prices
Is our motto. Come in and
be convinced We mean ex
actly what we say. Rement
ber the place and save
money. We guarantee every
article we sell.
Ellis Deull, isf
7 l'ltUU Ol.
heads and a
Sent by expresi, prepaid, for 80 Hon heads and
a 2-cent stnip, when ordering cither clock,
fvlease name y iur nearest Express Olllce, If there
no express rfllco located In your town.
Length, five Inches, suitable for cutting,
trimming and general household use.
Olven for 12 Hon heads and a 2c. stamp.
IIIIMI lW Jo
Olven for 35 Hon heads and a 2-cent
stamp. A first-class razor, made of best
English steel, and extra hollow-ground.
Rubber Dressing Comb.
For 10. 'ion heads and a 2-cent stamp.
Length, i Inches, full size and weight.
Made of genuine India rubber, fluely
finished. Appropriate for a ladles' dressing-case
or for use In the household.
Similar to "Far
chfsl," which has
been played in east
ern countries since
before Jbe dawn of
history. The illus
tration shows plan
of the game, with
usual counters, dice
and dice-cups ac
companying it. A
came which DeODle
never tire of playing. Olven for 20 lion
heads and a 2-cent stamp.
something else, too.
Engines Burn Hard Coal No Smoke.
IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 1, 1H89.
Trains leave Shenandoah as follows:
For New York via Philadelphia, week day
1 10, 5 38, 7 87, 9 55 a. m 12 26, 3 09 and 6 09 p. ra.
Suiidaj s, 2 10 a m.
For New York via Marxh Chunk, week days,
7 37 a. m 12 28 and 3 09 n. m.
For ItcadluR and Philadelphia, week days,
2 10, 5 88, 7 87. 9 63 a. m., 12 26, 8 09 and 6 09 p. m.
Sundays, 210 a m.
For l'ottsvllle, week days, 2 10, 7 87, 9 OS a. m.
12 26, 8 09, 6 09 and 7 80 pi m. Sundays, 2 10 a m.
For Tarnaqua and Mahanoy City, week days.
2 10, 7 87, 9 63 a. ra., 12 28. 8 09 and 609 p. m.
Sundays, 2 10 a m.
For Willlamnport, Sunuury and Lewlsburg,
week days. 8 27, 11 82 a. m.. 12 28, 7 80 p. m
Sundays, 3 27 a m.
FprAlahano) Plane, weekdays, 2 10,8 27,8 38,
787, 9 55, II S2 a. m., 12 26, 8 09, 6 09, 7 80, 966
p. in. Sundays, 2 10 and 3 27 a in.
For Ashland and Sbamokln, week, days, 8 27,
7 87 11 82 a. m., 12 26, 8 09, 6 07, 7 26 aud 9 65 p. m.
Sunday, 8 27 a m.
For Baltimore, Washington and the West via
11. AO. It. It., through trains les-t Keadlng
Teitnlnal, Philadelphia. (P. & R. H K.) at 8 20,
7 63, 11 26 a. ra., 8 10 and 7.27 p. L. Sundays
8 20, 7 00, 11 26 a. in., 8 46 and 7 27 p. m. Addi
tional trains from Twenty-fourth and Chest
nut streets station, week days, 1080a. m. 12 20
12 IS 8-10 p.m. Sundays, 1 86, 8 23 p. m.
TRAINS FOR HHENANDOAp.
Leave New York via Philadelphia, week
days, 12 IS, i 80, 7 80, 11 80 a. m aud 1 80, 4 DO,
9 00 p.m.
Leave New York via Mauch Chunk, weok
dayB, i 80. 9 10 a. m., 1 SO, 4 40 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal, week
days, 4 80, a 86. 10 21 a. m. and 186, 4 06 6 86,
II 88 p. in.
Leave Reading, week days, 187, 700, 1008,
a, in., 12 IS, 4 17, 6 00, 8 26 p. m.
Leave Pottsvllle, weekdays, 7 17, 7 40 a m.
9 80, 12 80, 20, 4 80, 6 10 and 6 SO p. m.
Leave 'fiamattia, week days, 8 18, 8 86, 11 21
a. in., 149,4 66 7? ,41p. m.
Leave Mahanoy Oily, week days, 8 48, 9 04,
11 47 a. m. i 2j S J. 6 21, 7 44, 10 08 p. m
Leave Maltaouy Plauo, week days, a 40, 4 00
680. V22 10 23. 12 00, a. m., 2 89, 586, 642,768
10 2pm .ti
Leave Wllllt spurl, weekdays, 7 42, 1000 a,
m 12 44 acr 1 00 ) 1 80 p. m.
ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION,
Leavp P lladelphla Chestnut street wharf and
south street nar t i Atlantlo City.
Weekdays Ki press 9 00, 2 00,4 00, 6 00,718
ij iu. n cu!iiiuuuuuoji,buu a in, a upm. un
dayj Express, U 00, 10 L0 a m, 7 15 n m. Aceoni.
nioJatloii, 8 1 0 a in, 4 45 p in.
Leave Atlautlo City Depot: Weekdays Ex.
pr,ss,7 83, 9t 010 30 u in, 3 30,3 8C pin. Accom
modation, 8 15 a tu, 1 05 p ni. Sundays Es press,
180, 7 30 p m. Accommodation, 7 13 a m,4 05 pm.
For Cape May, Ocean City and Sea Isle City
V eekdity 9 to a in, '4 10, 8 00 pm. Sundays
-Chctnut St., 9 13, South Ht., 9 a ra.
Addition l (oi Cape May Weekdays- 6 80
Parlor Oars on all express train
For lurther liiforiiailou, arrply lu nearest
Pblladel) hla and Reading Hallway ticket agent
I. A. bweiuaud, ErwoH J, Wkbks,
Oen'l Supt., ueu I l'bn.'r 4t..
Urit - '"-.win.! PMI,,!. ....
millions of Dollars
Qo up in nmokiy oycry year. Take no
risks but get your houses, stock, for
nltura at. Insured In first-class je
liable companies m reprc&onted by
, vm FAUST'.s-sf