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I w the flag which signaled danger.
I? ;u, d.n8rr wu be might not umler-
" i but be would Ukt no chance.
fTdiirerent with the average man or
B Tt,. at. ' . .
u.. h flan-
"'"s. ol live
Ttr. When the
ut qr cu""-v, o t. J
"T. loss of flesh, when
m constant feel
o( dullness and lan
Nature is hoisting
be danger signal. 1 he
iomtch and its allied
Lu are failing in their
Skand the body is los-i-the
nutrition on which
i strength depends.
Such a condition calls
fcr the prompt use of Dr.
PiffC uuicii iwi-i
Ducoverv. It cures dis-
t thi stomach and
i4d nutrition, purines
ni enriches the blood and builds up the
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)OUT wnu -
jay wuu w
w kin1nw to w I cin new fonrrt,
rniM Mr. Joftie K. Clark, of Enterprise. Shelby
n . M.M.it vrirMi half m v ftIttimt tt
, . wrtti I had clranairsMl of ever
5?,n. wTll. f hl been in bad health for
I"" 1 I l. -11 I.MMnla ...
iwflreveari. "na BcfrcB "u "wn nmiiu
JTLu oiM fret, and everything-1 ate ditrmsl
ZTJcwtla constipated, was enr nervous, de
manl and ilcsimndent. In fiict, I can't eapress
CjfiBT lJ feelings to you. When I firat wrote
LM1 thought 1 could neeer be cured. I have
..kVa tii Lollies of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medicnl
IIIamT honest recommendation to all aufTrr-
LfoodM Pr. Pierce's.
I- . TV- Tl Tit
I If conrtlpaieu use -lt. nerve rieas
W Pellets. They cure constipation,
IDiUOUSnrSB ami Bit, iicaum.tiGi auhj u
not produce the "pill habit."
In effect May 25, 1902.
- ( itown
. ) -iriiiKa
K 1 1 ills
11 4:' Lrwlntown (Main Street.
11 45 lA'winiown junvtiuu
rrain leaves Sunbury 6 30 p m, ar
rives at behnscrove 5 40 p m
Leaves SeliiiBKrove fi:(K p. m., arrives
at Sunbury o:T5 p. m.
rraius leave Lewixtown Junction:
40 am. 10 14 m. 1 10 p m.l30n m 4 3Ti m, 7 OTP
V P 42 p ni, 12 36 a ui (or Altouna, FillelmrK and
Vror Bar.imore ann wuninniou Bin uj
i. I as. 4 33. 8 10 p m For Philadelphia and New
lore 5-, a o so m, l ra i J f an ana imp
B tt Hirn'imrv 10 p m
Ptutaueipnia & tne R R Division.
NORTH EH N I'ENTKAT. RAILWAY
Train U-r f lluti;rove Junction dUir lor
taiibur; aiid s.
v a m, i x p m, 4 52 p m. Sunday 9 is a m,
41 p m.
kalr.s iMVpinlmry d.illy except 8unday:
T, a in i t iiu:iuiu,i inio tor trie ana an-
; i a m lr 1! -H.-f-nte Krle and Canandalvua
uam t r 1ck Haven, Tyrone and the West.
; p m lui' 11 in. tin, 1 13 p in lur nclleient
up Tvr..ne mid t'anar.dalKUa
l i . m lur kcrj ivii and Kluiira
m lor WilllHiu ipoil
endsy li j; t m fur Buffalo via Kn porliim,
ti a ui lur trie, 5 lu a in for Erie and t.'anan
inua 8 61 p in lor Wli
cam fr Lock Haven and
141 am. 9 Mi a m 2 (W and ISSanlnr Wnu.
am and llaielton
I" a ui, lu lu am, i 5 u m, 5 85 p m lor Shamo-
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iMuiJuj ntan lor Wllkenbarre
0 00 a in, dully arriving at Philadelphia
D ID Si'Vi YnrL H M li in HiiUIiiiiifm a 1 1 t. ti.
lubiniitiin 4 lu p in
l i in il.nl arriving at Philadelphia
t!pm. ually arriving at Philadelphia
Ka m, New Vnrk 713 a ni, lia'.tliuore 2 80 a in
. la'us ftiw itiTi BDHDurr :
B U a m .laily arriving at Fhlladeldhla 8 62 a m
lilniort; j a in Waahlorton 830 am New
lf..lf U n ... 11T an. i ... .
coaiiaya, iuobs m sunaays,
But am daily arriving at Philadelphia 718
f it i io a in. Washington 83u a in. UalUmore
f.upu, U'aMiington i 14 p m.
I" a m -.k daya arriving at Philadelphia
I 4 A Dl. N.'W Ylirlt a la n tn niltlmnm IO In r.
"aaliliinlon 1 1 pm
IW pa. k days anrlTlng at Philadelphia
A'r vork 9 au p m, BaiUmor OU p m
aAlngt'ii 7 16 pin r
lM m daiiv.urrlvlng at Philadelphia 7 82 pro
pois x 10 P In' ""'"more 7 80 p m, Wash-
....M. .n. iut nunnury at 960 a m ana 20
lOlllllUl 1J ....... HL.I.J... LI. - .
klUaiara "injuig, ruuauaiunia anu
K.IH-T, 'i' wOOU. Gen'l Paas Agent
o.m.Ti.:ilNMJN iUd'I Manager.
I The 1&VRSJS
i nl Ma.
L. Ja a-1 ii jti a a a
ijun.-. vurea wnen auoineraiaiL
tanf"1"" rt1il,", thelr ,0 manhood, and old
Eviw.0"' ""hful vigor br using
ri!7' I"1 '!'' Mtn'. Waating I)lseaaea.and
Moni. 1(1 "'i" '"' unAf- hualncsH or marriage. It
a.;. 1. ' """ling at the neat of dlaeaaa, but
l. l "ilJ and blood bollder. bring.
Eriii li,. ,,i,lk. ''" to Palo checks and ra-
l jmi J-. "d In v pocket. Dr mall
1i,,"1r,ke.orl (or H8.0O, with post
oyal Medicine Ca.MI'
i'or ae m Middlehurqh. Pa., 'by
UlDDBLEUnQU DRbQ CO.
""ii or annnci.u.
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REUNION OP ARMY OF POTOMAC
Unvtfiled Monument to Giniral 8tr
. cum at Gettysburg.
Gettysburg. Sept. 20. The reunion of
the society of the Army of the Potomac
and the dedication of the monument
erected in honor of General Henry V.
Slocum here yesterday brought an un
usual attendance of officers and men.
The meeting was held on the battle
field wYi'-9 the Army of the Potomac
achieved its greatest victory. General
Horatio C. King, secretary of the asso
ciation called the meeting to or,der and
General H. E. Tremaln presided. Gen
eral Brooks, late of the United States
army was chosen president and Gen
eral King was re-elected secretary.
General D. E. Sickles was the leading
speaker and addresses were also made
by a number of prominent members.
The parade yesterday afternoon un
der the command of General Lewis li.
Stegman moved out Baltimore street
to the Slocum' statue. In the parade
were three governors, Odell, of New
York; Stone, of Pennsylvania, and
Murphy of Niv Jersey with their
staffs. At the head of the procession
was a strong turnout of Post 9, G. A.
R., of this place under command of
Lieutenant I. S. Stoneselfer." Arriving
at the monument on Steven's Knoll
near Cemetery Hill a vast concourse
of people were assembled. The exer
cises were opened with music by the
Seventh Regiment band followed by
prayer by Rev. V. T. Pray, of New
York, and an address by General D. S.
Sickles as chairman of the New York
Board of Gettysburg Monument Com
mission. After music by the Second
United States Cavalry band Governor
Odell of New York, unveiled the statue
during which the U. S. battery Bred a
major general's salute, and addresses
were delivered by General James C.
Rogers and Colonel Archibald G. Bax
ter. Governors Odell, Murphy and
Stone were then Introduced and made
YORK COUNTY ROBBED
Treasurer Thompson, Charged With
Embezzlement $73,576 Missing.
York, Ta., Sept. 23. A RCTiBatlon
was created last night, when tho re
port of H. E. Landls, the accountant
who had been examining . into the
county's financial condition, was made
public. Some months ago County
Commissioner Jeremiah Hildcbraml
accidentally discovered that there
were apparent stealings of county
funds. He had an expert accountant
appointed, and last night's report Is
the result. It Is shown that the dis
crepancy for 1900 Is $9,889.95; for
1901. $35,27C.77v and for 1902, $S,
409.95, a total of $73,570.67. This wits
done by abstracting bills, by having
them repaid and by altering nmouuts
of bills. It was expected that there
Would be wholesale arrestSj but only
one was made, that of County Treas
urer William O. Thompson, against
whom there aro ten informations,
charging forgery, embezzlement and
keeping false accounts.
SOLDIER KILLED IN A ROW
Stabbed After a Quarrel Over a Bottle
Salom, N. J., Sept. 22. In a row ovr-r
a bottle of beer. Private Cornollns
Whitall, of the Sea Coant Artillery,
was stabbed to death on a lot In the
rear of Belden street Saturday night.
Whitall caino to Salem, as many of
the fort soldiers do on Saturday
nights, for a good time. Ho fell In
with William Lacey and John Ryan
at a saloon, and they started out to
gether with some bottles of beer. On
the way they got Into a fight over the
beer. Whitall was a giant, standing
over six feet In his shoes, and the
other men arc small. In the fight one
of tho soldier's antagonists drew a
knife and gave a fierce lunge. The
blade struck Whitall In tho right
breast, cutting a deep gash several
inches long. Whitall died In about
ten minutes after he got the knife
wound. Ryan and Lacey were ar
rested. Whitall comes from Faubush,
Four Killed In Mine Explosion.
Falrmount, W. Va.. Sept. 23. By an
explosion of gas in the Stafford mines
of the New Central Coal Company near
here yesterday, four men were killed,
six badly wounded and several others
were hurt. The explosion is said to
have been caused by the firing of a
charge of dynamite. At the time of
the accident there were only 25 men at
work and all have been accounted for.
Superintendent Stewart was at the
mine when the explosion occurred and
took charge of the rescued miners.
The most serious cases were sent to
the hospital. AH the bodies were re
covered. Peanut Roaster Blows Up.
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 20. By an ex
plosion of a gasollno peanut roaster,
which was In operation on the Atlantic
street side of Charles H. DIgg's confec
tionary store, Miss Bessie McGrath, of
Piioebus, Va., was Instantly killed yes
terday afternoon, while Mrs. Mary A.
Palmer, of Lawrenccvllle, Va., was in
jured so badly that no hope of her re
covery Is entertained. The wife of C.
Behnecken, who operated tho peanut
stand, wrft cut about 1he head, and Mrs.
Lavinla Raby, wife of a machinist, was
Injured but not seriously.
MeCovcrn-Corbett Fitjht Off.
Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 20. The In
junction granted Thursday by Judge
Emmett Field, or the Jefferson circuit
court, restraining tho Southern Ath
letic Club and others from holding the
McQovert-Corbott contest for thi)
feather-weJsbt championship of the
world at Louisville, next Monday even
ing, was sustained by Associate Judge
James D. White, of the court of ap
peals, yesterday afternoon, and thd
contest will not be held in KuntnrVr
XJGR. AUGUSTO GUIDL
AlUar mm CaaBaaalUl Aavlsot ta
tka Pmpm Seat ta Mull
Mgr. Atiguato GuidI, auditor to the
pope and confidential. adviser to his
holinetii, has been appointed apostoUa
delegate at Manila.
The act of Leo XIII. in sending hia
confidential adviser to Manila to con
tinue the negotiations for the removal
of the f riurs and the purchase of their
land Is considered aa indicating the
pope's pei'Minni interest in the settle
ment of the controversy with the
Mgr. (Juidi, archbishop of Mora, la
66 year of age and Roman by birth.
MGR. AUGUSTO Gl'IPI.
(Pope Will Ser.d Him to Manila at Apos
He has vast influence in Unman circles
by reason of his position as auditor
to the pope. He has access to the holy
father whenever he wishes it, and live
in the Vatican piilucc in npartuientsnd
joining those of Leo XIII. He is the
confidential adviser of the pope, the
latter never undertaking any impor
tant mutter without consulting him.
The pupal umlitor is almost invari
ably made a cardinnl and is usually
named in pet-tore, so that in case the
pope should die suddenly the promo
tion would follAw just ns though ho
had lived. When a cardinal is named
in pet-tore his name is written mi n
slip of paper, which is deposit nl in a
cntuice kept lor the purpose in the
pontifical chapel. At some future
time of the none who named him or
after bis death, the slip is taken from
the chalice and the cardinal announced
There are many who think that Mgr.
Guidi has already been named cardinal
in pectore and that be will be pro
claimed at the next consistory.
MAY GO TO LONDON.
Dr. GnnauultiK, the Noted (.li lent; o
Prenrlier, TlilnUa of Ad-opt Inn
toll from City Temple.
Dr. Frank W. Gunsnuliis, pastor f-f
Central church and president of
Armour institute ut' Chicago, limy ac
cept a Loudon (Knglaiut) pastorate
in one of the most important non
conformist churches in the I'.ritish
capital. Accnidin;.; to word cabled
from London, the church is believed
to be the famous Congregational I'ily
temple, founded and presided over by
Dr. Parker, who is now ngcil and seek
ing a rest. Dr. (iunsaulus filled thU
pulpit last Sunday, and preached to
n great audience on "The Cardinal
Points of Anglo-Saxon Civilization."
The cikH to London vjould include an
offer of the control of some instil u
tion such as Armour institute. Ko
At ttM tsaaaBM Motel. '
Wife W ghall sot stay her as
other day. I bare just learned that
the Van Sroythea are paying twice aa
much for their roonia are we are for
ours, although their roonia are not a
n us hand I don't see thzt that is
any reason for leaving.
Wife How attipid jott ere! Can't
you see that the proprietor thiol;, the
Van Sinythea haTe more money than
we? And he'll take good rare to let
every one else know It, too. Brooklyn
Dltta't Kanw Her.
When the ark was jur-t over Gtroa
Mrs. Noah bum forth at poor Noah:
" Who' thl Joan of Are?
You tare keeping, h.r dark!"
"O. no; I don't know htr," ;ild Noah.
A HARE OC'4. 1 IIHKM K.
Feasibly ' wheat was the corn io
plenty in Egypt when famine drove
T.. Car. .ft.. thitl"r J"'1'V
ren. Wheat went
with other precious things into
the mummy cases and sealed jars
stored in royal tombs. To-day,
aaya Everybody' Magazine, acres
by the thousand laugh In beard
ed grain, said to have sprung
from sparse kernels plundered by a
ruthless explorer from a royal mum
my's hand. Doe it whisper now
this new-old Egyptian wheat to its
constant friend the sun. of Kauu-ses
and Pharaoh? Of Apis, the sacred
bull, of lsis, Egypt's Ceres? Of
Osiris? The great Sphinx? And
Memnon's ht-jul, singing to hail the
sunrise? If it would but s; eiik aloud
so mortals could comprehend, tum
our wisdom might be broadened:
What a recasting of history must be
wrought and how we boasting moil
eruH might bide diurnislied heads!
A Michigan fruit, farmer who
mourned the absence -if cliildrt a from
his fireside sent to
a fouudlintr home
Adopted Family. ,,. j)lir)J. t,f
children, from which he and bis good
wife might select a little tun and
daughter for adoption. The institu
tion sent u party of Ti bright little
boys and girls for a brief tuning on
his farm. The fnnm-r and his wife
Kept Him Home.
Or. David Kennedy's
Cured S. H. Stroud, of Canastota.
M. Y.; read his concise letter.
" suffered awfully with rben
mall in. At tiims it was so severe I
could not gel out of my house.
i near ii or nr.
edjr ami took four
bottles of it anil waa
cured, and 1 hart)
bad no return of the
1 am liuppy !
nrid my teat I
ninny to It vlrlo
recommend It la
Dr. David Kenne
dy's Favorite Rem
edy restores the liver
to a healthy condi
tion, and cures the
worst car-s of constipation. It is a cer
tain cure for all diseases peculiar to fo
males and adoril-4 great protection from
kttacks that originate in change of life.
It cures scrofula, salt rheum, rheuma
tism, dyspepsia, all kidney, bladder and
nrinury diseates, gravel, diabetes and
Urigbt s disease. In this last disease it
aaa cured where all clso failed.
... . , 1, 1 1 ,i,.i.it I ii you are not aireaav convmceii tum
are- suiu ei ni: :
"There was an accident on the su
burban line this morning."
"What was that?"
"My train was on time." Louisville
The outing rearon hag arrived.
The days are tor.g aiidunJim) ;
111a family la out of town
And he la out of money.
"Don't move," said the burglar,
showing his revolver, "and don't inako
a noise, or I'll"
"Say, you needn't worry," the mnn
whispered. "I'm just us anxious at
you are not to have her wake up nu
tilafter you get uway." Chicago l!ec-ord-llerald.
to all of tin-in that tivy couiu noi
make a choice, and tl i-refnre l.i.ve
adopted the whole 1-ui i n of cl '.!
tlrcn. Now there will he i n inor. U l -
It, silent fireside for tli- farmer i.:
Ing the long evenings of winter; I
then think of trie delight i f 22 p;r - (
nimble little hands tit-il llieir t ; -hie
little lingers when berry-pic!. ii ;
season eoiiies on next year.
avid Kennedy's tavoritu Kcmeoi
is the medicine you need, vou may have
a trial bottle, absolutely free, with a val
uable medical pamphlet, by sending
your name, with post ofliee uddress, ta
tV-.o Dr. David Kennedy Corporation,
liondoiit, N. Y., men i ioning tins pnpr-t
Dr. David Kennedy' Favorite Item
edy is for sale by nil drncirist at$1.0t
bottle, or C bottles for i j.OO less tb"S
one cent a dosc.e
Dr. Pavii Kennedy's Golden Flastsn
strengthen Musclee, remove palu i-uvnbcre. Ik
Folleit, at l-n.t.
"I tell yew- what, them bunco men
didn't git none o' my money this trip,"
boasted Uncle Silas.
"They didn't, hey?"
"Xo, street I lost my pocket book
on the way to town, an' they wasn't
nothin' fer em ter if it." JiiiIvh.
For many years there bus
constant struggle between the m
facturers of projectiles and I
who make armor plates. .No si
would some tine discover a v.
of making "Indestructible" plai
battkvliiis tliliu somebody rise w
invent u shell that would pien
Another armor w ould be const r
that would resist this projectile -.
Now- the government experts c- i ti
the front with the statement at
they have u shell that will punet
any battleship armor and blow i; u
If this is true, then it will be nei i--sary
for all the navies to rind some
method of protection. Where t! is
competition will end nobody can tell.
Block I -: i . 1 1
Press four hot
total eo-l wa
Mirar.cc i-i n. i :.
fair to r:al
which i- niv
mope than t!.
bli-V With lie
nan a sw ell :
: t started wii
i.k-' the l'l,
is pa rt u-ipa ' i
. i In ut . 1 "ii i.l i 1'
!.- tiaiil the !
I.I" II I V J 1
1 T ill
i f "Coated I 1
1 1 I with stale tea, glno f
- -' i ' r '
with stale efrgJ, glno
and other things are
Dot fit to drink.
la pure, uncoatcd
coffee fresh, strong,
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"IlefcltU Is Uc first of all MUTtl.-s. anl K n;.t r.vn -.
I'-lMHi'l !!'. fit. Afu
The Dr. Mumaw Medical Association, I
Kl.KIIAUT, lil.KIIAKT .
Consultation and Treatment at Office nr hv Mail, .-it S-ili.t itl-
tirnrral Medical. I lrctronathlc. Mirl-nlc. listen-nHic h J-..,u-.:i:c and -u jr-i'
llospitul Advuntairca. t)5 listed lur Olaaca I rve ui Chjr.'.
Alao Manufacturers ol onJ iKalera In Medical, --iri.al. Ort-i.irH-.lic. M;..
Cosmetic und Phyakul Culture Spn.ialtira. I.t.-vth-r i-r tl -.ivk k'.j.'.-i
Invalid, Currcspundcncr aelicitcd. Cun-ultaticn I rcc.
Addreu the Secretary. 409 So. Main St.. Elkhart.
t "Sa.ti.l f,,f. n V. S1....1.
. .m ' ' '"r. nail -itmisv mr 1 vii.i, 1 ('III ,1 II
Infonnatloii rnnrt rnin,: IK-uith, liuiiit. ami Hli.i..
aasa 1 "tn-i4 1 I 11 1, U II t fllll.
:-. . -' i.r l.atfes. .' . -- J
FRANK W. fiUNSAULL'S.
(Chicago Preacher Who Is Considering a
Call to Lomion.)
garding the prospective call Dr. Gun
enulus has consulted some of his
friends now in London. Speaking of
tho nrobable chance, Dr. Gunsaulus
suid to the London correspondent
that the opportunities in London for
a system of philanthropic technical
education are astonishing, and that
he believed men could be found to
furnish the funds for endowinga great
school. He added that such opportuni
ties were tempting to him. The City
Temple church stands ut lfolborn via
duct, in the heart of London, and, next
to Spurgeou's church, is the greatest
nonconformist church in the capital
It was established in 1S09, and Its mem
bership extends throughout the world.
Una to Par Ilia Own Illlla.
A few days ago Senator Clark' the
Montana multi-millionaire, went Into
a DuWe barber shop for a haircut and
a shave. When he asked the price at
the end of the service the barber re
plied: "your son, Charley usually gives
me five dollars." The senator quietly
asked the regular fee, and when told
it was 50 cents, handed out a half-dollar
and-went his way, with the re
mark to the barber: "My ton Charley
La a rich father, and I have notl?
I have experienced a wonderful
result in using Ripans Tabules 1
was seriously affected with indi
gestion and heartburn. A friend
suggested trying Ripans, and I
was surprised at the improvement.
On making application a few years
ago for policy of insurance I was
refused on account of a weak heart,
but the same company passed me
recently, and I gave Ripans Tab
ules credit for the health I am en
j oy ing. I can certainly recommend
them to any one suffering with
palpitation of the heart or indiges-
The flvecent packet is enough for an ordin
ary occasion. The family bottle, Sixty cents,
contains a supply for a year.