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WE9M4MUT. 3X f, IK'S.
tt. F. S (J II W E I E R
itniroft in paorsisToa.
T'i. -roli product of California
true between 12 end 13 million
The 1'opo of Itcme has decreed
that .nembf ra of tbe Catholic church,
sba'.l not belong to secret societies.
Tbe President and his friends
Congress are linkerirg with Ihe moil'
7 i-ff irs of tbe country. If they
fiucceea ah tbev did with tariff re
km. bay wilt bankrupt the finances
of ILe nation.
There is a complaint from Gettys
icrg bntlle-lield that cccas.onnlly
visior lias lit tle respect for him
self and leas for tbe dead, breaks
piire from a monuraout here and
i brre to carry away us a relic of the
uel.i battle. The monuments nun
tor over four buaJjed and they cost
up tartis cf a million dollars.
Tin: whole country looks on with
am "-z --merit at the corruption in tbe
frt'Vrrnmsct of New York City. Men
to secure a pobition on tbe police
fore mvl ether cfhtres bave to bur
their app MDtrr.urits from those who
bave tlio appointments to make, and
the polii--: fore? so" much a month,
n.iM to tiipm by keepers of gamb
li..t! dons, and keepers of bouses of
rrofitution. New York City is in
A:nci ica, bat it. is not American in
Hesky Chaltees, a farmer at Hol
mnb Bt.it iow, ltd., thirty miles from
Xtujigvilie, was torn almost to pieces
l.y dogs night before last. Chastren
and bis brothtr, Barney Cbanteen,
went coon bunting. They own three
dogs and tLese they took along'. Tha
dogs scented a coon and it sought
refuge iu a fcish tree. For the pur
pose of dislodging it, Henry climbed
tails place of hiding. It was fifty
feet abet the gruiind. A limb on
which Cnasteen stepped svapped in
twa'n and Le came tumbling down.
It was very dark find .vlien he struck
the ground tbe dogs pounced upon
bini: thinking it was the coon. Be-
Ii-.v tbe animals could ba driven oil
t ii;ceral-d his lltsh in a terrible
manner. Courier Journal.
A Stroll op the Bowery.
Why a Minister Resigned
John S. Macintosh, pastor of the
Second lVesbyterim Church, Twen
ty fit and "Walnut street, Philadel
phia, tndored his resignation on the
evening of December '23, 18D-L The
chief reasons for resigning the min
ister .-'uiiis up us follows. We are
co to face with a serious problem.
Th ditli":jUif-n uf our fitu ttion are
mf.ny find serious Iu mr statement
xnudv to the cjuferenee on the 5tb,
i. c:u.s;ucieit t:sesj at full letxgMi and
di-icuf".sd tL-iu frasklv
r them nrw in tha briefest !
1 b- Hiuiot uupiecedented Jti-!
' ria's iir ngh which we are t
: i- ; T!-oirailed death &vt ep !
as robbed our church of
i ":u- mst workers and most,
five's, t:;t progressive move
f pi. pulatiou from our neLrh-
tlw suif-rbs and the
over-it Helming of cur
The Bower) ! the Sower) !
I'll never go there anyinore;
Tbo Bower;! Tbe Bowery,
I'll never go there anymore.
This is the chorus of a song that
nag been tuvg lor several years in
New York and vicinity in minstrel
show?, variety theaters, bon-tons,
and played by every band organ on
the street. The Bowery in New
York City is a wide street extending
trom the Brooklyn Bridge up to 14th
street. It is known as one of the
"slum" streets of the city, although
it is by no means as bad as tbey say
it was vers ago. The origin of tbe
word, is derived from the Dutch
word Bouerie, meaning a farm.
This street is one of the oldest thor
ough fares in the city.
Moat of the people who live on the
Bowery are Germans or Polish Jews,
but there is a fair representation
from Italy, France, Ireland, China
and from most everywhere else. Tbe
Bowery is a business place where
stores are kept open till 9. 10 and 11
o'clock at nignt, wbile on Broadway
tbe stores close at 5 and 6 o'clock.
Tho street is full of intoxicated men,
boys half clad, smoking cigarettes
and using profane language.
On my stroll up the Bowery, I
presently came in front of the Tbalia
neater, at the entrance of which the
bills were printed in German and
Hebrew. Oa the bulletin board in
arge letters was Deb Hetzte EmteCb-
cno, in New York ( he last appear
ance in New York,) but as I did not
have mv German dictionary with me,
and thinking the play might Lot be
very interesting, I pased by.
There are some elegant stores
here, and at places they were hand
some: v decorated up for Christmas,
whether from mere custom or to
make attraction for the benefit of
sabs or to honor the day that should
most be honored, it is not easy to
civ j thiif motive. While wealth
locks cut of tbe glass wiudows of the
large stores, there are plenty of small
ones and poverty in ewry form; men
walking the streets without a shelter
from tbe cold and barely half clad;
and mothers, old and feeble, who
stand about the corners selling pa
pers till 11 and 12 o'clock at night in
order to provide for herself and lit
tle ones at home.
Next I passed by Steve Brodie's
saloon, and it was noticed only by
chance. The mau is one of the
lucky fools that jumped off the
Brooklyn bri.lge, a distance tf a 170
feet Lucky, because he did not j
kill himself. Among the two dozen I
or more that have made this leap,
but two or three were saved. j
But for all the bad cbarscte s
that arc in this neighborhojd, tluitr '
arc still a few that endeavor to walk
uprightly. SLoitly to my right was
the Open Door ilssdjo," and here I
entsred in. The room wa3 but a Nar
row Hall, but well lighted up ard
J comfoi table. A lady hps sitting by
terkio Paul cot tbs - better., of -Santa
Clans. -iert:e Sebott.
: "A New Care for Rheumatism."-
"Miss Hooorab Murphy and tbe
Spirits." Amelia Hamilton.
"Distribution of Presents" by Santa
Siogiof Benlak Land.
Captain Samuel Davis, died at his
home in New Holland, Lincaster
county, Pav, December 21, 1894, aged
yfj Tears. He came from New Hoi
land to M,fH ntown in 1831, upon the
organization of Juniata county, and
wben Mifflintown was made tbe
county seat, became a pioneer busi
ness man with Tobiai KreiJer and
the Messr. Fasick, George Jacob,
Andrew Parker, James Mathers,
John Yeakley, C deb Parker, John
Schweier. Nojb Elder, Johu Wright,
James Kirk. Samuel Pannebaker,
B. F.Ackley, James JU jClellan, Jacob
Siiger, Gdorge Littltfield, every one
oi wnom proceeded turn into tue un
seen world. He was a tinner by
trade, and was a genius. He made
tbe 1 cks for tbe jail, and was tho in
ventor of mtny useful patented ma
chines. After being bore a few
years, he became discouraged in a
business point of view on account of
hawkers from Mifflin, Huntingdon,
Perry and Union Bounties, peddlirig
tin ware in Juniata county. He ap
pealed to tue legislature for relief,
and an act was passed preventing
the hawking of goods in Juniata
county. His business then increas
ed. He then built tbo shop on
Third street, now occupied and own
ed by Mr. Frederick Espenpchade.
His business still increased and be
bnilt a 6hop oa Main street iu 1843,
and a bouse in 1852, which is now
owue. and occupied by Bank-j Kauff
man. He had a small macbiue shoo
in ine rear oi nis building oa iuaio
street,, and to further supply the
machine wants of the people, ho and
Hon. Lewis Burcbfield in 1845, built
tbe fonndry near east point; now
owned by Tobias Anker and operat
ed by David Hollman. Davis kept
the foundry running till in 1854,
when his health began to fail on ac
count of tho climate. The fog from
lU T - i 1 .
lutj uuuima seemeu io poison mm,
and that caused him to dispose of
his interests here and move back to
bis native town and county where bis
health greatly improved, and he
again became a vigorous man aad
for tbe period of til tee u veara. con
ducted his business. However,
when tho infirmity ef age came upon
him, he turned his business over to
hie son Isaac, and from that time to
tbe time of h"s death lived a retired
life. He outlived Mrs. Davis, his
wife, ten years. By his death be
leaven thrco children; two daugh
ters, )Irs. Lrdia Yinger and Mrs.
Hannah DeHuff, both widows, and
one sjn Is.iic Davis; ten grand
children and 83veral great, great
gran 1 children. He was identified
.-- TO PR PAWOWr- " "
ffail new born year, bright, cannf
ebild. " .
AH wreathed ia smiles and bones of
Precious tbou goal of many a weary
. Promising fulfillment of many a hope
Y friends and patrons all, for you
we here bespeak.
Nature's best gifts and all her
sweets and oys
Eoh wish your heart may bold be
Wbate'er your fondest hopes may
tbey be realised.
Yourselves, your friends, all near and
dear to you.
Eoh blessing beaven bestows may
And may what olouds obecure your
Roll by acd open to your view the
path to bappioess.
Compliments and best wishes,
Wm. F Sntdkr.
Leading Furniture Dealer and Un
dertiker, Mifflintown, Juniata Co., Pa.
January 1st, ioyo. -
Harriet E. Hall of "Waynetown,
Ind says: "I owe my life to the
great South American Nervine. I
had been in bed for five months from
tho effects of an exhausted Stomach,
Indigestion, Nervous prostration and
a general shattered condition of my
whole system. Had given up ail
hopes of getting well. Had tried
three doctors with no relief. The
first bottle of the Nervine Tonic im
proved me so much that I was able
to walk about and a fev bottles cur
ed me entirely. I believe it is the
best medicine in the world. I can
not recommend it to highly." Sold
by L. Banks & Co., Druggist, Mif
flintown. Pa. Feb. 9 "93, ly.
Dr. S. D. Diffenderfer, graduate of
the University of Maryland Dental
Department, desires to inform tbe
public that he has opened a Denial
Office at Oakland Mills Pa , where
he can be found at all times. Teeth
extracted painlessly. All work guar
From the B'ooru field Times of
December 18. Cleveland's bench
man, the Hon. Hoke Smith, bas been
patting in some of bis dirty work iu
Toboyne township, during this week.
Jacob Kramer, as brave a soldier as
ever faced an enemy, was informed
by the pension bureau that his $12 a
month was to much of the fat of the
land and must b9 divided by two.
Abraham Snyder, our worthy
miller, met with a curious loss re
cently. He bad e(even silver dollars
in a cloth poke, laid away in the
house somewhere, aud one day when
he went to get it he found that rats
had knawed holes in it, and had car
ried away every dollar. After a long
search, he found one of the pieces,
but at this writing he is just out of
Lore at Eighty-eight and Fifteen.
i ...:.t. . i 1 1 . ...
I lll, rn,r. .1,n of tl.io ;nio rcna I ), wl" eTtTJlUlUg 108 gO tO tU6 1IU-
Thesa per-Li ,,.; fi, Af, ,.. provement of a town and countv.
. r . i . . . i I J v - ww . i if a. -
uiivu t v., us .a. bucu D L.
been saveJ. If their testimonies
were 'correct some bad served in
pr"sn: sinio Lad been thieves on the
3-;u: and oae young mau bad just ar
rived in New York from Texts to
which uLice be bad followed a man
who had mnrdered his brother, with
pjBf. v.vi-ki-; nnd most liberal kiveis: rV-j r..n i ,7 r !;
u 11X1111 XI 111 XUIIOVVCII LUC XU'-1Z oeiex UVIU
.,h:va iauTcmcr.1 O! popma- Trin,i x. :a romnrtaK! idped.
- ... '
tuts 1 I , . i. it-!-it-j ,n 1 1 . ri itu-.irlfl
i rescue fallen men and women aud
save them from tiieir nltuy aud sin-
exbcrtutwn, and it was from ths rura ' " fPn, Qe Mimintown
G 3t t. som tsHimonies were iv ! u f wnica oat on oi me or.g
en, principally from men who haJ
: max m&mbarii is left. General Wm
Bell of this town. The Company
was organized at Perrryvi!l, now
Pert ItVal in May 1843.
List oT Jurors for February
uon jroni our neigbuorhooa to
'itr. a and tbe countn; the over
ciiuiching of our dislrict and the
ib'"niii out of Presbyterian fami
lits iitiv; rtB'dtntf; tbo impossibility
of obtaining help and co-operation in
tHe elitership, the deacocate, the
Sunday school, tbo prayer-ineutings
and th..- youag paople' S)cieties; the
Sr iwitig n-glect of the second Sab
bit': s ivIcm, and the lenthening of
t'aa R't.umer nbsencd from tLe city,
bresking up the continuity of church
work and church life.
Big Foi Hunt-
ok 700 m'-n and 300 dogs a
tiiy t- catch 10 fox-s in Allo-c-.i-niy,
Pa , on Christmas
A Pittsbur paper sneaks of
ful vices. The poorest family io tbe
Juuiata Ydllty has abuudmt reason
to be thankful. Although on some
mountain s'd; your bumble home
may lar, it is stid sweet borne
On Friday evening, December 21st,
1894. tbe scholars of tbe Mifiiin High
School celebrated Christinas in a high
ly appropriate manner. Owing to tbo
incapacity cf tbe buildiog for seating
a groat number of paopie, invitation
cards were issued.
Oo entering the school rooms, the
guests first saw 'Christmas Greetings,"
in beautiful letters. Balow this was a
rope of rruce draped with the stars
the 1 unt ns follows: Foxes haveWn i nd Gripes. A handsome Christmas
bcth -ring f.'.rm -rs in the neighbor-; ,ree u,oi in tne est owner of tbe
'icvl f 8ewiLL-!ey and over Moon j ro'jnB an(i 'wo large lamps lent riohness
Hxi-i Cr'Kcent townships all tbe fall
aud vmer. Accordintrlr on Christ
mas Diy, the biggf st aud most suc
cessful fox hunt in locnl history, was
organized and carried oat. Most of
the Oal j Valley that lies in Alio
ghfcav Couuty was traveled over
The start at ! A. M., was at Wood,
lawn on the Pitt-burg & Erie read,
17 miles from Pittsburg. As f rst
advertised, it was to bave been at
Stoops Terry. This kept the hunt
rs dowu to 200 whou the start was
ijaie. It did not matter much
though for tho crowd increased at
ev-ry mila. Before the ronu.l-up
an iix'iiiv of nearly 70J men and a
pack of 300 dogs were in the hunt.
The resale of the hunt was 10
foxes and a vast amount of fun.
About two score of the men were on
Lorseback. The body of the armv
'.opt ta the valley, and were on foot.
Tho not f men skirted the tops of the
bills and started the game. Then
the footuieu flipped the leashes of
the houuds and tho chase began in
real earut st If. was so (xciting that
the greater part of the men did not
cease for dinner. The final round,
up oc-urrat about 5 o'clock. There
Wis grout jubilation at the conelu
siuu ,f the day's sport. Tbo women
at the farm bouses welcomed tbe
ixxen with stenuiug Christmas sup
pers, and all hunters far away from
their homes wero made to stay at the
Lous, s whre they chanced to stop.
Pnring tbo dy a distance of 23
ixiiies b-1-! ueeu covered.
ins "I bebeve Old Soak is
. . iy day f his life." Bug
; ell, he savs he doesn't be
J: nntt'ug off until to-morrow
v .I ,-. can do today.
To ue a saving economical wife,
J )-.. Honck, a prospering citizen oi
South Scranton, Pa , on the 23d of
December, applied to the County
Poor Boprd for a wife. A committee
W9s appointed to pick out a capable
t-auper for bim to propose marriage
aui beauty to tbe scene. The enter
taioraoot was an entire success. All
the pupils did well and every person
erjoyed themselves. When Santa
Olaus entered it might be stid the fun
flew thick and fast. After making a
speech, he distributed presents to the
scholars and the pupils presented Mr.
Gortncr with a chair and Leslie Alii
son with a book. The people were
much pleased, as Prof. Qortner knows
well how to make an entertainment a
Below is a program of tbe ontertain
mett: Program Christmas eelebration,
High School Boom. December 21st,
Sioging by School, "Happy Day."
A visit from St Nicholas Elmer
'Father Christmas." Jamio Hibbs.
Essay, dlow we get our Christmas
Free Harley McClellan.
Daniel in the Lion's Den. Wilmot
"Jes 'Fore Christmas." Konald
iMu?ic by orchestra.
"Uncle Rodger hangs a Picture."
"The New Year." Esther wWcKin
ley. Reuben's Tri-cjele.' Belle Schwey-
"The Marriage of Santa Claut.
"Tbe Fool's Christmas." Rose
Music by orchestra.
Essav: How tbe American People
Celebrate Christmas." Willa Mo
-The Haggler's Family." Margary
Music by orchestra.
Jim's New Tear. Bessie Hacken
berger. Essay, " Tie Mifflin High School
Girls and Bo vs." Maltha Jaokman.
"Santa Clans and the Mouse.' Bes
Musio by orchestra.
"How tbe celebrated Miltiades Pe
McKoibt Spruce Hill.
Robert Imes Beaie.
Isaac S'jellenberger Fayette.
Robert CDllier. . . .Thompsontown.
B tukd W KiufTuiun . .3ifflintwn.
William Gray "
Frank Reynolds Favette.
Daniel F. Hunberger.
Jacob Heckm in
James Thomps m
H. S. Vummah
. . . . Milford.
. . .Delaware.
Jacob Leyder . . . .Thompsontown.
J. Calvin Beale Beale.
Jacob Underwood Greenwood.
David Stouffer Walker.
Lyman Aughey Milford.
J. S. Pattersoii Tuscarora.
Winfi3ld S. Wi'zer. . . .Greenwood.
William G. Smith.. ....'.Delaware.
John Stoever .TMaw&re.
Solomon Knouse Mmroe.
Charles York Beale.
William Eagler, Sr Walker.
Joseph Hersh Milford.
William Land is Fayette.
Samuel L Arntz Walker.
Geo. Brackbill. Spruce Hill.
Isaac Book. Spruce Hill.
Miles Hood Mor.roo.
Samuel L. Fry Greenwood.
John F. Gushard Mifflintown.
William Webster Patterson
S. C. Deen Spruce Hilf
dames w, uostettler Walker
Robert Lukens Delaware -
L. T. Long .Spruce Hill
William Creighton Tuscarora
Andrew .McDonald .Milford
C. Y. Yoder Spruce Hill
John Jamison. .Fayette.
Henrv Hawk Mifflintown.
Charles W. Book Walker.
Theophelns M. Thompson, Fayette.
M. S. Brubaker Susquehanna.
Simon C. Strawser .Monroe.
Geo. Woodward Greenwood.
Geo. W. Stutts Patterson.
William Leister Fayette.
John Earnest ....Patterson.
David H. Cupp Fayette.
John S. Shelly Monroe.
H. L. McMeen, Jr Tuscarora.
William Gearbart Monroe.
Jacob Hopple Fayette.
Andrew Shover Patterson.
Solomon Beasbor . . . .Fermanagh.
Miles Kauffman Walker.
Cloyd Mingle Fermanagh.
Henry Pannebaker Lack.
Jeremiah Loudenslager. Delaware.
James N. Groninger Turbett.
Wilson Gross. . . . Thompson town.
General Cassius M. Clay, aged 88
yearn, who was n cenfly married 'I o a
girl sged 15 years, last Saturday.
wrote a letter to Senator John C.
Hodge of Ky., thanking him for de
fending bim in the no .vspapers from
(be criticisms that had been txpress
el over Ihe marriage. Among other
things said in the letter of thanks to
Hodges, the General sayf: "In mar
rying a young girl, I but exercised
the privilege fallowed tho humblest
citizen of the Republic, and to spend
my money as it pleases me and to
rule my own household and nothing
more. The disparity of aires is our
own business and nobody else's.
My rigid regard for tho physical as
well as the moral laws of the situa
tion places me beyond tho cavil of
inferior souls who criticise me so so
vercly. After all, love and sensual
ism or passion are ns far apart cs
uight and day. Passion punishes
and may degrade, but love refines
a-id elevates. Liva is immortal. My
My experience in life shovs me that
a youn g girl may lovo an old mm in
tensely, for love is of the soul: passion
of the Lodv.
Mlam Katie Uosengrant
Worst Case the
tors Ever Saw
Hood's Sarsaparilla Perfectly Cured
" a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. :
"Dear Sirs: I wish to testify to the great
value of Hood's Sarsaparilla. For some time I
had been troubled with scrofula, which early
last winter assumed a very bad form.
Sores Appeared on My Face
and hands and gradually increased in number
until they reached to my shoulder. The doctors
said It was tbe worst case of scrofula they ever
saw and also went so far as to say it was In
curable. I tried ointments and other remedies
bat to no avail. A friend recommended Hood's
Sarsaparilla, and although I was completely dis
couraged, as a last chance I resolved to give It a
trial. After taklngone bottle I noticed the sores
had commenced to beai. After the sixth bottle
They Were All Healed.
I continued to take It, however, unUl I had used
pine bottles, and now I am perfectly welL"
7 II S paw t- -- swsv - " . ii
ac ajrenu eoU f r . ours ut Ko ame T"
ac ajrenu ecu I r . ours a wo wu"
xorSWU. ours ult'J cood-rims, 26 lbs same as any
fiOilE ROADSTER $55
Cnr.raotoed saoe aa agents cell for T7i to flBOL
kW.Z ROAD BASER, 25 lbs.
Perfect line. lfMrnrc ir,tf J?r!Wr
r.nnranteel8nioe tjreuis sell f"Ml-jd W;
Vwten warmniy wish every ninehlnc. r;r time
'.Si ! v n blcjt Ir ,t hn.iiirh an r sent ym puyl t "faC
; than tinrwhotoml'' price Tr amor;nijlur.
e.!"? a!..nt el mnch' to wll Me "
Jnnta ind dealers as It Irx.-s u duke Itaci-. J'-'
rtuueass haJ fr(im llg .iiject nt trhMlcalc irlix
Illaat rated cstiiogne irec
Acme Cycle Company,
RAILROAD TIHE TABLE.
IERRY COUNTY RAILROAD.
J3ERRY COUNTY RAI
The following achedulo went Into Hert
Not. 19, 1893, aod tbe trains will bo run aa
p.m a. m Leave Arrive a. n p. m
4 80 9 15 Dnncannon 8 40 8 60
4 86 9 21 'King's Hill 8 81 8 4
4 39 9 24 'Su'pbur Spring 8 81 8 41
S4I 9 26 Gorman Siding 8 29 8 89
4 45 9 29 llontcbello Park 8 "fi 3 80
4 46 9 81 Weaver - 8 24 8 84
4 51 9 36 'Roddy 8 19 8 29
4 4 9 89 Hoffman 8 16 3 26
4 r,6 9 41 aRoyer 8 14 8 24
4 59 9 44 Mahanoy 8 118 21
5 10 10 00 Bloomticld 8 05 8 15
6 17 10 07 'Long's Koad 7 62 2 45
6 22 10 13 Nellson 7 46 2 89
6 25 10 1G 'Dciu's 7 43 2 86
6 28 10 19 Klllotsburg 7 40 2 33
6 24 10 2& 'Bcrnhcisl's 7 84 2 27
5 86 10 27 'Grnrn Prk 7 82 2 25
6 41 10 82 "Montour June. 7 27 2 20
6 09 1 1 20 Landisburg 6 65 1 60
p. m a. iu Arrive Leave a. m p ra
Train leaves Blaomtt jI I at C.10 a. to.
and arrives at Landisbnrg at 6.4 a. tn.
Train ieav.r Laodisburg at 6.14 p. ra., and
arrives at Bloon-.Held at 6: 60 p. in.
Traina leave Lioysville tor .Dnncannon at
7. 220 a. iu.. and 2. 15 p. m. Returning,
arrive at 10 37 a. m., ai.d 4.66 p. ra.
Between Landixburg and Loysville trains
run 8 follows: Leave Lsndisbarg forLoys
vil'e 6 55 a. ra , and 1 50 p ra., Loyavillu
lor Lamlisbure 11 10 a. ra , and 5 09 p. ra.
All stt'ions marked () are U ig stations,
at wLict irjms will co:ii4 t a lull stop un
lias Katie Kosexuiant, l ister, reuu.
1V'irc:i Wilkins"n, of I5rov.
valley, Intl., sirs: "I have been in a
distrea-'eil condition for three years
from Nervousness, Weakness of tbe
StoinK'he, Dyspepsia, and Indiges
tion until niy b3tltb w.u jjjna. I
li i'I beon dctorit; constantly with
no relief. I bought one bottle of
South American Nervine which done
mj more good than a.iy $59 worth of
doctorine I ever did in my life. I
would advise every weakly person to
use tl.is valuable aud lovely remedy;
A few bottles of it bti cured ma
completely. I consider it the grand
est medicin in the world." 'War
ranted the most wonderful Rtouach
and nerve cure ever known. Trial
bottle 15 cents. Sold lv L. Banks
cfe Co., Drupit, Mifil'T.towrn,' Pa.
Feb 1, 93-1 y.
Hood's Pills arc prompt and efficient, yet
asy inaction. Sold by all druggists. Sc.
In the EslaltoJJCOB W. KURTZ.
TI.e undersigned Administrator having
been granted letters Testamentary oa the
estate of Jacob W. Ki btz, late of Dela
ware township, Juniata county, deceased,
nut of tho Orphans' Court or Janit conn,
tv, hereby rives notice to all persons in-
I dt-bted to said estate to inskc immediate
payment, and those bavinir claims will pre.
nt-nt tbem properly authenticated for set
tlement. KPHRAIU J. KURTZ,
November 6th, 18il.
OtnSSUX sal ZXTZ21U&
.aENERATION AFTER GENERATION
0" BXT VbD iSE BLiSS-O IT. .V
Jrppr on Sugar, CwfMreis Xom Tt.
tnrr Ttmtatcr should Utc botUo of It in hi, MloM
Every Sufferer alien.
vooa BtMdAetM, Wphtherla.rvmrh.,tsxrfe, BronchttW
Aunma, unuiora rnui, lnarriMc, iJwammD
iu ZkMlr or Umbo, 8iff Joints or Strains, will
Aawudrass rlitf and anwrir rurm.
KpraaS paid, j. 8. 'tOOSXOH A Ct.. Bwx. .
"Nothing On EartH Will
Butler, Pa., Dec. 26. Mrs. An
drew -W,cre, aged 50, a widow of
Centce township, was knocked down
by a vicious ram while she was going
to mo oarn mis morning, and
animal butted her to death.
Smart. "Whatever induced your
uncle to marry the widow of a man
who was hangedf
. Simpson. "He baa been married
to widows before and said he wag
tired of having the virtues of former
husbands flung in his face." Shef.
Pullets are not good breeders.
Plumage, symmetry' and so on
pend on tiie sire.
Ob.-ervo which hens are tbe best lay
era aud breed from tbem.
Give fowls all tho range and exercise
that tbe weather will permit this cold
Au eastern exchange says: "Eggs are
shipped to New York from Belgium.
Tbey are packed in flat boxe.-J, filled iu
with cut titraw. The boxes bold from
60 to SO dozen each. The loss by break
ago is about tbe same as thoso Rbipped
from tbo west in barrels. Freight aver
ages from 1 s cents to 2 cents por doz
en, wbile tbeir prices range with thoso
for western stock. "
No "condition powders," no medi
cine, no patent "egg food," no "noth
ing" but tho same common sense ap
plied to tho hun as to the cow.
It is tho mother that influences the
internal qualities. A good layer, if mat
ed ill the ritfxit way, will impress tbia
desirable quality upon her progeny.
Tho roosters are like the drone iu a
hive useless except for the purpose of
procreation. Hens will lay better and
the eggs will keep better without them.
It is an importaut item when the
heus are closely confined, as is often
accessary during the winter, to see that
tbo food and water are kept clear of
In selecting a male bird for breeding
take one that is bold and lively iu dis
position, glossy in plumage, form well
Iu tht ttattof MJRGJRET J. K EX.XE.
I D Y, latt of Lack tovtuhip, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that lettter ot
Administration on the estate of Uarparet
A. Kennedy, latb of Im township. Juni
ata connty, deceased, liavo bean f -anted to
the uodi-rMgned. All persons indebted to
said estate wi'l please make immediate piv.
ment, and those having claims will present
tbem authenticated for s-tt:enient.
JostrH B. Kennedy,
Levi II. Campbell,
January 1st, 1305. jldmtn istrators.
A DMWISTRATOR'3 NOTICE.
lm the estate of 31JRY S1EBER, deceased.
Letters of Administration on the estate
of Mary Sieber, late of Fayette township, j
Jnniiita Co. Pa., having been granted to 1
the undersigned, by the Orphans' Court of
Jnniata County, notice ia hereby given to
all renn. inilutill Ia a.!. . . t. .
, immediate pa v ment. and those hsvimr
claims apuinsl the same, w ill please pre.
nent them properly anthentirated tor pav
November 8, 1U94.
In the Estate of LYDIA SHIRK, late of
Walker township, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Lydia Shirk,
lateorwaiRcr township, Juniata connty,
deceased, nave Deen granted to the under.
signed. AH persons indebted to said ettate
will please make payment, and thoae bar.
ing claims will present them authent'eated
DANIEL H. SHIRK,
November !4lh, 1894.
Sheridan's Condition Powder!
KEEPS YOUR CHICKENS
Strong and Hea'thy ; Prevents all Disease.
Good for Jtfouliimff lien.
Tt I abfrntntWr som Hltrhtv cmwtntrated. tntrnan.
j:jr costs tnth ot a ecnt a (lay. Nu tahcrooe-fuurtb aa
imrcir. StrictlT a mcilrin. Onc largv eui wavrd th
$iO; srrl sia to pn-vent Hour." aa.vs one curitoaier.
1 f you rant get It send to UK.
tV- mjl one iwu-k ii.- nvrSI A S 1-4 lb n S I SO. Sis
n. $.' ov. expr s paitl. Imitrg liaimimg Vuttfr, price
it cents, free with I-ao onlcrs or uuim. SaxntuW copy
ot Tne Bkst I'im Tkt Hatem. wntf rec.
1 s. JoUAN VJ.&Cwtom House St.. Boston. Has
In h, m.lmt. ofSYBILLA LBITZEL, late
of Delaware township, deceased.
Notice a hereby given that letters of Ad.
ministration on the estate et SybillaLeitiel,
late of Delaware township, Jnniata county,
deceased, have been granted to the nnder
s'gned. All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment, and
those having claims will present them auth
enticated for settlement.
December llth, 1894.
. E. LEITZKL.
Io Louis L. Hudson,
rlnvolnrwwl. lirnnrl. foil hrnslKf. mnomilsii i o... X- . . . UDiy
; . . . r . : . ,; - oiaie oi rennsyivanta
uAxijus axiu xeia ses wmi apart.
Hens eat considerable grass during
tho summer, and something of a like na
ture (should be provided for them in
Put straw iu the roosting places of
the ducks and geese. It will help keep 1 D., 1895 next, to ans
late of the town.
Change it often enough to
One of the best ways of keeping the
bens at work this cold weather is to
feed the grain among litter and let them
scratch it out
If tho hens are laying well in winter,
tbey must have lime in some form.
the i Give them crashed oyster shells, old
plaster or bouemeaL
Yellow corn gives a yellow tinge to
the flesh of dressed poultry. Wheat and
buckwheat whiten it Feed according
to the demauds of your market.
A Peking dock lays from 130 to 150
eggs iu a year, and it is not hiu-.l to
make a pair of young Peking weigh 10
pounds when 10 weeks old. They are a
Whereas, Anna Laura Hudson, your
wife, has tiled a libel in the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Juniata County, of Sept em
tr Term No 148. praying a divorce
srainst you. Now yon are hereby notiOed
and required to appear in said Conrt on or
nefO0dJ; h0 4,h day of February, A.
wor me comnl.iint nt
John ZMik offers at Private Sale a farm
of 76 Acres, all clear land in Fermanagh
township, shout two miles from Ififflintown,
on the atsipo rod to Selinsemre, with good
Bank Barn 70x1 1. aood Log Houie weath
er boarded. Cirti crib, chick-n h nsrt and
other out t:;ilditie, piped water at tho
door of lions, veil water at the barn
There is a young apple orchard ol G9 trees
just beginning to hear, an abund I rce of
grapes anrl oiht r Iruir. There is a first
rate location for a resell orchsrd ol 1500
trees on the farm. For particu'ars, address
Jons Zook, Box 16, Afittlintown, Juniata
Oo and after Sunday, November
26, 1894, traina will run as follows:
Way Passenger, leaves Philadelphia at
4 30 a. m; Harritbnrg 8 18 a. mj Duncan
bob 8 Ma. m; New Port 9 24 a. id; Mil
lerstowa 986 a. m; Dnrword 9 43 a. m;
TbomptoBtown 9 47 a. m; Tan Dyke 9 66
a. ni; Tuscarora 9 69 a. tn; Mexico 10 02 a.
m; Port Royal 10 07 a. in: Mifflin 10 14 a.
m; Denholm 10 21 a, n; Lewistown 10 40
a m; McTeytown 11 08 a. m; Newton
Hamilton 11 82 a. m; Mount Union II 4
a. m; Huntingdon 12 10 p- at; Tyrone 1 02
p. m; Altoona 1 46 p m; Pittsburg 60 p m
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia at 7 00 a.
in, Ilarrlsburg 11 20 a. m; Dnncannon 1 1 60
a. m; Newport 12 14 p. in; Mifflin 12 62 p.
m; Lewistown 1 12 p. m; HcVeytown 1 83
p. so; Mount Colon 1 ft 6 p n; Huntingdon
2 17 p. m; Peten-burg 2 80 p. m; Tyrone
8 06 p. m; Altoona 8 40 r. m: Pittkburg
8 60 p. m.
Altoona Accommodation leaves Harris
burg at 6 00 p. ra; Dtcannon 6 84 p. m;
Newport 6 02 p. m; JaTillerstown 6 IS p. m;
Tboaspsontown 6 24 pro; Toacarora 6 85
p. an; Mexico 6 87 p. ao; Port Royal 6 42
p. m; Mifflin 6 47 p. m; Denholm 6 66 p. m;
Lawistowa 7 18 p. aa; JfcVeytown 7 88 p.
m; Newton Hamilton 00 p. m; Hooting
don 8 82 p. m; Tyrone 9 16 p. m; Altoona
9 60 p. til, N
Pacific Express leaves Philadelphia at
11 20 p.m; Harrisbnr i$ 10 a. m; Marra
villo 8 21 a. m; Dnncannon 3 88 a. m; New
port S 69 a. m; Port Royal 4 81 a. m; Mif
flin 4 8 a. m; Lewistown 4 oa a. m; Me
yer town 6 80 a. tn; Huntingdon 6 03 a.
m; Tyrone 6 65 a. m; Altoona 7 40 a. m;
Pittsburg 12 10 p. m.
Express leaves Hanisbnrg at 10 20 p. m;
Newport 11 08 p. m; Mifflin 1146 p. m;
Lewistown 13 06 a. m; Hontlngaon lot i.
m. Tyrone I 42. a rc; Altcona i 10 a. m;
Pittsbnrg 6 60 a. at.
Past Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 25 p.
m; Harrrisbnrg 3 60 p. m; Duncsnon 4 15
p. m; JNewport 4 37 p. m; Mifflin 6 10 p. m;
Lewistown 6 29 p. tn; Mount Union 6 09 p.
id; Huntingdon 6 28 p. n.; Tyrone 7 06 p.
m; Altoona 7 40 p rn; Pittsburg 1 1 20
KAST w ARD.
Harrisbnrg Accommodation leaves Al
toona at 6 00 a. m; Tyrone 6 28 a m; Hunt
ingdon 6 05 a. m; Newton Hamilton 6 88
a. m; McVeylown 6 62 i. n; Lewistown
7 15 a. m; Mifltin 7 88 a. in; Port Royal
7 44 a. ra; Mexico 7 48 a. m; Thompson,
town 8 02 a. m; Millerstown 8 12 a. m;
Newport 8 22 a. tn; Dnncannon 8 49 a. ra;
Harrisburg 9 20 a. in.
Sea Shore leaves Pitttsbnrg S 10 a m;
Altoona 7 15 a m; Tyrone 7 48 a m; Hunt
ingdon 8 80 a n; McVeylown 9 15 a ra;
Lewistown 9 Si a rn; Mifflin 9 65 a m;
Port Royal 9 69 nt; Thompsontown 10 14;
Millerstown 10 24 am; Newport 10 82 a m;
Dnncannon 10 64 a m; Mary svillo 1107 a
m; Harrisburg 11 25 a m; Philade.Ii.hia 3 00
Cay Express leaves Pittsbnrg at 8 00 a
rr; Altoona 11 50 a. m; Tyrone 12 16 p. m;
Muntingdon 12 48 p. m; Lewistown 1 45 p.
ru; Milllin 2 05 p. ni; Harrisburg 3 20 p. n;
Baltimore 6 45 p. m; Washington 7 50 p.
m; Philadelphia 6 60 p. m; New York 9 38
Mail leaves Altoona at 2 00 p. ni, Tyrone
2 35 p. to, Huntingdon 3 20 p in; Newton
Hamilton 8 51 p. m; McVeytown 4 12 p. m;
Lewistown 4 38 p. ru; Mlfllin 6 03 p. m.
Port Royal 5 09 p. in; Afexico 6 18 p. ru;
Tbompsontown 5 27 p. m; Millerstown 5 38
p. m; Newport 6 48 p. m; Dnncannon 6 20
p. ni; Harrisburg 7 00 p. in.
Mail Express leaves Pittsbnrg at 1 00 p.
ni; Altoona 6 15 p. m; Tyrone 6 87 p. m;
Huntingdon 7 20 p. in; McVertown 8 04 p.
in; Lewistown 8 29 p m; jM HIio 8 47 p m;
Part Uyal B 62 p. ni; Millerstown 9 07 p.
in; Newport 9 26 p. m; Duncmnon 3 50 p.
m; Harrisburg 10 23 p. in.
Philadelphia Express leaves Tittsburg at
4 30 p. to; Altoona 9 06 p. ra; Tyrone 9 33
p. m; Huntingdon 10 12 p m; Meuot Un.
ion 10 32 p. m; Lewistown 11 16 p. m; Mif.
Hin 11 37 p. m; Harritbnrg 1 00 a. ni; Phil
adelphia 4 30 New York 7 33 a.m.
PERRY COUNT T RAILROAD.
Trains letv, Dancanuon forBloomSeld st
9 15 a. m. and 4 80 p. ni; returning, arrive
at Dnncannon 8 35 a. m and 3 69 p. m. oo
East droad top r. it.
Trains leave Mt. Union on week davs at
9 20 and 1 1 20 a. in 4 00 and 6 25 p m.
trains arrivo at Mt. Union 8 10 and 11 20 a.
m. 3 14 and 5 37 p. iu
P. N. . VT., R. R.
Trains leaves Bellwood at 8 0 a. in. aod
3 38 p. ra. nrrived at Belhvood at 1110 a.
m. and 5 4) p. m .
N. It S. V: R K
Trains leave Newport on week day a at
10 00 a. m and 6 06 p. m. arrive at New.
p"rt 7 65 a. m. and 4 00 p. iu.
T. V. R. R
Trains leave Port Royal 10 3D a. ru. and
5 15 p tn., artive at Port Royal 8 46 a. m.
and 3 15 p m., week davs.
Trains for sundary at 7 40 a. ni. and 3 00
p. m., leave Sunbitry for Lewistown 10 Co
a. ru, and 2 25 p. m.
hdntin;don and broad topr. is.
Trains 1-sve lor Bedlord and Cumber,
land at 8 10. 8 35 a. m., and 6 35 p. 111.
leave Bedlorl for Iluntmgd m 9 50 . m
3 65 and 4 20 p. m , leave Cumbjr land 1,-r
Huntingdon at 2 35 p. p.
TraibS leave lor Bellefniite and Lock
Haven at 8 10 a. in., 3 34 and 7 25 p in..
leave Lock Haven lor Tyrone 4 SO, . l 37 a.
at. and 4 15 p. m.
I I KOINE AND CLEARFIELD K. It.
Traina leave T'roue for Clearfield and
Curwensville at 8 30 . iu.. 3 15 an I 7 :I0
p in., leave Curwensville lor Tyrone st 4 30
a. 111 , 9 42 and 3 51 p m.
iuo raiu ann L.BUra iiuason, and in de
fault of such appearance, yon will be liable
nave aaivorce granted in yonr absence.
Sheriff's Office, Mifflintown, ) skm'
Dec. 10th, 1894. t
Agentn Waatai o 00a w book
by Amtrica'a Greatest Humorist.
. atvery one 01 nia previous books bave bac
immense sales. His new book surpasses
anything he hat heretofore written. Two
I stories in one volume. A TRAQEDY ANT)
A COMEDY. A great chance for agents.
Wo give excloshe territory. For terms
' and fullpaiticnlars addreaa.
1 J.!r' K,L -' 2 Arch St., Phila.
J Nov. 7th, 94-6t.
Wlieress. the Hon. JEREMIAH LYONS,
President Judge or the Court of Common
Pleas, for the Forty-Viral Judicial District,
composed of the conntira of Juniata and
Perry,' and tho Hnrorsliles JOSIAH L. BAR
TON and J. P. WICKEUSHAM, Associite
Judges of the said court of Common Pleas
or Jnniata county, by precept duly issued
and to me directed for holding a Court of
Oyer and Terminer and Genet al Jail Deliv
ery, and General Quarter Sessions or tbe
Peace at Milflintown, on the
FIRST MONDAY OF FEBRUARY,
lotto, bkimo THIS 4th DAI OF THE
Notice herkbt given, to the Coroner,
Justices of the Peace and Constables of tbe
County of JnaUta, that they be then and
there in tbeir proper persons, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, with tbeir rec
ords, inquisitions, examinations and Oyer
rememberances. to do those things mat to
tbeir oHIces respectfully appertain, and
those that are bound by recognisance to
prosecute against tbo prisoners that are or
111 y be in the Jail of raid county, be then
and there to prosecute against tbem as
shall be just.
By an act of the Assembly, passed the
(ith day of May, 1854, it made tbe duty of
Justices of tbe Peace of tbe several coun
ties of this Commonwealth to return to tbe
Clerk or the Court of Quarter Sessions of
tbe respective counties, all tbe recognt
sancea entered into before tbem by any cii
ten or persona charged with the commis
sion 01 any crime, except such cases as may
be ended before a Justice of the Peace, un.
der existing laws at least ten days boloo
the commencement of the session of the
Court to which they are made returnable
respectively, and in all cases where recog
nizancea ard entered into leaa than ten days
before Ihe commencement or the session to
which they are made returnable, the aid
Justices are to return tbe same in tbe same
manner is if said act bad not been passed
Dated .at Mifbintown, tbe 31st day of
December, in the year of our Lord, on
thousand eight hundred and ninety-four.
SAMUEL LAPP, SAertff.
1 Mifflintown, December 8, 1894.
VIEWFORT AND SHERMAN'S V A L
I v ley Railroad Company. Time f.itile
or passenger trains, in effect on Monday,
October 1st, 1891.
Jnniata Furnace ...
V alley Road .-.
6 0610 00
6 OR 10 03
6 1210 07
6 15 1010
6 25 10 17
6 22, 10 20
6 31 10 26
6 89 10 84
6 61 10 46
6 54 10 49
7 15 11 00
7 12 11 07
7 17H1 12
7 28 11 18
7 27jll 22
7 35 11 80
7 4111 86
7 4511 40
7 10! 3 16
7 65! 2 20
D. GRING, President and Manager,
. K. Millsb, General Agent.
The undersign d persons have formed an
Association for the protection of their re .
spective properties. All persons are here
by notined not to trespass on tbo lands of
me nnaersignea for tbe purpose of bunting
gathering nuts, chininr timber nr thrnwina
down fences or firing timber in anv way
whatever. Any viol atlon ot the ahnva tin.
tice will be dealt with according to law.
Beasbor at Zook,
Mary A. Brubaker,
September 5, 1895.
Gary. a a soa"
Loins E. ATEiniow. P. V. M. Ptsauu
ATKIlVSOlf it PEXiSEZjL,
ATTORNEYS- AT - LAW,
BColIectiBg and Conveyancing prompt
ly attended to.
OrnoB On Main street. In place of re, I.
deuce of Louis B. Atkinson, Esq., sonth ef
Bridge afreet. fOct 26, 1 892.
OFFICE IN COTTP- HOUSE.
DB.OBt .CBAWrnaO, DR. DAS WIS M.CKA WfOi
D. M. CRAWFORD tt SOX,
bave formed a partnership for the practice
of Medicine and their collatteral branches.
Office at old stand, corner or Third and Or
ange streets, MiP.ltntown, Pa. One r both
ot them will be fonad at their oIL'cc at all
times, unless otherwise profcspion.iiy en
gaged. April 1st, 1890.
JJR. B. F. ACKLEY, Specialist
Prophylaxis and treatment of infec
tion by Diphtheria, Croup, Typhoid Fo.
ver, fee., and of diseases of the Digestive
System, Acnte and Chronic. Dr. A meth
ods are in fnll accord with th most lad
ing Bacteriology. Havine receivtl fsvor.
able recognition by advanced journal aad
members ol the two leading schools of med
icine, tbe author expresses confidence in his
own ability to render aatisfactory service in
line of hi specialities. By bis methods th
geim elements ot disease arc destroyed in
fiom 1 to 8 days, and tbe patient progressing
to convalescence without tbe nsnal stages
of met'eorism or swelling, diarrhoea anl
bemorrage In Typhoid Ferer or the dan.
gerous sequences ot Diphtheria, viz-, blood
poiaooing. Ax. Tbey have a specific pot
ency io degenerative conditions common to
elderly and aged persons and heretofore
regarded incurable. April 19, 1893.
iThe Cepair Shop u.i the 'f
is the 7
Wit is Kept Active'
ilEAIiTBI Mill result
.26? KOT DISEASE.
y D0UDLE 1-XTrAST
fby CaCatusin? she fciue
the Katisrai ChrtHaael
nii suit ifiri.sti ss
Trie V-'OL!' OVim.
WF1E.ST Tf? MAJl' ;--."iPS1ii-EiK'OriA'V.TO
A Tr;v!. r:iil :n:rovcmriit 'n Fr if For
t.:c-:iitrk. llaclz mori:n ol (iUxsfi ttl wvw-
na fust nny othrr n t!-e pirk?i, f'tr..
C!.itrIi Ferti rtn.-!nc- k;i '"..e tn teaiiiiw. -;. -j
t.M while bat'ksr;; fj-oi nviii i.t aw.,
tv.-nr. i-.r Ctrju.tra ami iiriotif , t tv
ri.-utipon m 'Vii-u '-o jtprlrtm TrV.tM--r
loua, liar ;n:(c, Cu!ii.-itw, a, n
Vi-vinvvs,'; -a r:ii.7ai
FOR THE IKOUSTRIQUS.
If vou Wsint work that i- jlt aaiit ntid pr:i table,
end os youraddrestf iintnriluLtilv. He te.h rrT
and women how to farti in mi S5.00 i-r lu.v to
r jrearwi'lioui hu iMg hai prviou-t
exierifuee, aud luiiii-U ihe cmploi mciit ut wit..U
they enn mak that aiuo uil. Nothiii- i:fliruli to
learn or that rrtijrv muvU time, j he Tw-k is
easr, hcnlthv,nti htior:iblc, in 1 ran ' ctl'Mic ur
iiiR daytime or cveuiitsr, right iu ur ot :i lacui
ity, wherever you live. Tho re pi: it of tt few
hours work often cffual a mk' w.vt.
We have tnpht thounnH of h(th rx?B tu.' U
.ne. and many li.iv nil fouiubtioiia tt-.-i . u'
mi rely hriuj them rite. otu of the na. tet
men in i hi country owe their micvs in Ufr tt
the start piven thm while in oir coipk-y venr?
as. Vou, reader, i.iv do a w-II: trv If. " You
c:iiiunt fail. No rnpit.it n ceirv. We 'fit vomnit
wst!i somethin;rth:Tt in new, aolM. and mire. A
ok brimful of advice U fr- to I-I vo. r.
wlf by writing for it to-tUy not to iuortovr.
Delays are coUy.
ALLEN & CO.
18 bet skin dorp. Yherearetnonnnr1o;!r.e:
up ava regular icaturus an'l wc.uld bt
rixaiiHCS uiat qclctiy chnr.co t;:c m?t sallow
sod florid romp). lion to one f natnnil health
unu iinoicmiKnca beauty. It crr-j Oi:y ft' "n
lrccklrs. Black Heads, KMchcs. Burbtii-'
Tan, md t'V the
skin. lti;.n .tacosmctlobutacu:. -jt la let
ter for tho toilet table than pt.wder.' f cH t
Vrnggts, orrnt port paM upon r. c ipt o 'fr.
G. C. fSITTNER & CO.. Tolado. O.
It Never fails to Cure FfiJJNERS
WUBIL EXWACT SAHSAUaoS
v irrow nest wuen piantc" wltli :
.H "r A fertllizpr that al-W
H'K l,r.,"KS a 'Top, ulwiiya lm- i9
! VUv ' f,Ia Jr,"t to rr- 5
.. .-'iy i"-r vou. xvo ngeijts.
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Ajf 5oy far
tor Inronnatian and Am tt
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