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tcircit ab renriiiTos..
Sexatok II. It Tliil's lctur on
Liberty did not tali-, bit a cold took
l.imancl lio is no longer ia the lec
rV-GBESs convtned on Monday.
Reed wcs elected speaker of tbe off
er bouse. Prwiderit Clevpl-inJ did
not read his message to congress on
Even th prise of ma'ce, ia the
"United States liave deliued nDtlor the
financial wrcciinjj process of the
democratic party. According to
statistics the average price of mule
in 1S92 was $"5,55. Ia this year
1805, accordinj to Btatit:cs tha aver
ege price of mules ia $17,55.
It is raid there are no gnoi Indians,
but that there are groori democrats.
The heat illustration of a good demo
crat is found in tb perron of Con
prensaitn AlcGann of Chicago. Mr.
McGinn, is reaJy to make a state
ment to Congress that, he i cot en
titled to the seat that be now holds
and that he will issigu in favor of
Mr. Bellecap -ft ho he says is entitled
to the seat.
Cockt PnocEEDrsGS tbis week were
made np largely of licentions cases,
and from tbe cumber of such cases,
that bubble to the surface through
the courts, there must be a groat deal
of licentiousne: s amorg the people.
When licentiousness among- the peo
ple decreases there will be fewr
casits in court. If licentiousness
keej s ou increasing the lint of court
cites instead of growing less will
Th farmers who hare been sel'ing
potatoes at 15 cents a bushel, wool ct
10 cents a pound and wheat at 50
cents a bufched hd most to do with
winning this triumph. Times have
been growing worse and worse among
these men with each newyearof Demo
cratic policies, and this accounts Lt
the ever-incrca-icg numbers in which
they are flocking to ths Republican
standard. They wr.t, the licKin!ey
law restored. Buffalo, JT. Y, Ex
press, JSovembcT 8, 1895.
Tife Philadelphia newspapers, are
denouncing the 8 cei- fk-e'ric ear
fare rate. They call it a steal, to pay
dividends on a hundred million witt
ered electric rnilroad bonds. The
railroad riug they fay have grown
rich on the issue of watered bend
and 6tock that cost them notl ing
Tha electric ring divide ! the millioi s
of watered bonds among their con
federates und charge c-noutrh railrosd
fare to pay a paying percentage on
every dollar i f the watered paper
From present appearac.ee it leoks as
if tee watered bond and stock ques
will be carried into tbe Legislature.
Tlicy Were ifcoteslcU.
A new impeachment of the jury
. system has arizen in the Bucks County
Court, and it is a rather eerious iui
peaohmeut. It arose of tho convic
tion of two young men for malicious
mischief, whether justly or 110 we are
not informed. But several of the
furors leuderiug the verdict have
come forward and dtsposed that they
were fur the acquittal of the accuneci
persons, and held oat until it appeared
mat ttiey would not be able to reach
their homes by Saturday night. Then
they voted to convict in oider to -et
home. This is probably not a solitary
i&stance tf a coiapulsory verdict, but
as it is one of the first to come lo
jig-r, it deserves aL.a snould receive
Upon the facts becoming known to
Judge leFken, ha ordered a new trial
tie said it went far to destroy his
iaiiu m iriai oy jury, as well it luitrht.
For if the liberty vt an accused is to
be traded effby jury for liberty to go
tome on a certain day, we must ad
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urn me possioiiny oi lue exciiati"
of ths life of au accused as a remedy
ior tne Homesickness ol one or mor
disagreeing jurors. Ihe singular
part of this transaction is that only
tbe jurors wh j believed the your.g
men were innccc-nt were attcked by
me uomesicKness. ji the jurors be
lieving in the guilt of the accused hud
got homesickness and have eivea in
to the jurors for acquittal, tbe public
would never havo heard of it. I3ut
the Jud--e did well to order a new
Aa Important Office.
To prcpei ly fill its office and fun
tions, it is important that the blood
be pura. When it ij in bucL a condi
tion, the body is almost certain to be
healthy. A complaint at this time
is catarrh in some cf its various forms
A slight cold developes the disease
in the head. Droppings of corrni)
4..,,. . . " 'a J 1 I
nuii jjHsjiug mw me lungs ormg on
a: rr i i
cuiiupuuB. me only way to cure
this disease is to purify the blood
i he most obstinate cases of catarrh
yicid to the medicmol powers of
Iiood s bar sapar ilia as if by magic,
tamply because it reaches the seat of
the disease, and by purifying asid
vitalizing the blood, removes the
causi. Not only does Hood's Sarsa-
panl.a do this, but it give renewed
vigor to the whole system, making it
poKsibie for good health to reign su
Wilt Pansebakek. On the 21st
ly of November 1895, at the home
ol ths bride, in Fermanagh township
Juniata county, by Kev. hi. (j. Hollo
way, D. D, Mr. J. Frank Wilt
Altoona, Pa., aod Mies Lizzie A. Pan
BurcitfiIld ilcCRUM. Nov. 27th
at the U. Ev. Parsonage in Patterson
by Rev. J. D. Shortsss, Mr. VT. F
Burchneld of Mifflintowu, and Mis
Anna B. MeCrum of Milford town
Wbtzleb CuBBisoii. Not. 28th
at the U. Ev. Parsonage in Patterson
by Rev. J. D Sbortess, Mr. Geo.
W. Wetzler and Miss Ellen 8. Cab
bison, both of Patterson, Pa.
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A STAGE TO HOLD AN ARMY.
Txiisdnii Now noasts tUo Blget Thcct?i
In tho World.
London now pofsesees not only the
largest whotl but the biggest thcaicr in
the world. Until recently Chicago,
with its trcmemloTis utlitorinin thea
ter, may be said to have hid tbe ltsrgcft
bnilding erected sololy for tboiitrical
displ.".y, br.t now Earl'a conrt, with tho
Empress theater, goes one bettor thsn
the Air.fricau city. Tbe only bnilding
in Lf.uclou iu which tbcatricul dii:':lays
have fceeu sTC!1 to be tcuipmed with
the Eiunre.ss theater is Olyinpia. As
this huge strnctnro was uot built ex
pressly for theatrical pnrpescs, the
claim Of the Empress theater will hold
Imagine an Iron and brick bnilding
towering above everything at Eiirl's
conrt except the great wheel, almost as
long as Trafalgar square and nearly as
wide. The span of the roof ia only beat
en by one erection of the kingdom, that,
wo believe, being the span of St. Pan
eras station. Tho roof Epau of the Em
press theater is 220 feet, while the
height from ground to lantern is uc
less than 117 feet, or more than half
tho height of tho monument, and ouly
seven feet shorter tuuu the Dcke of
York's column in Carlton House ter
race. As the auditorium is one of the lar
gest in this country, eo, too, is tbe im
mense stage. Iu designing this latter
work Mr. Iniro Kiralfy lias adopted
come remarkable and cnrion: devices.
The entire stage can be moved nbont
here and there and put up in sections in
sueh a mechanical way that it can bo
made to assume any form called for by
tho exif?oucie!S cf the scene.
On this great stage of tho Einprefs
theater'tlierc is room for nt least 0,000
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people, wituont nmino erusiiiiiR. aim ij
least 2,000 performers, in addition to
600 workmen carpenters, ehiftern,
property men, etc. are ou it m cue
sceue in tho production. When to this
main etaco is added another 70 feet iu
depth, which can be made to appear and
disappear at will, sonio idea may be ob
tained si.-j to tho hugeness cf tho plaeo.
To provide for this immense number
cf performers there uro scores of dress-i-.ia
rooms at the roar of the stii:c. To
light this great stage and the anditort- j
um over cu arc lamps fire used, wnii".
20 lime lights help to pr'j;iuco the bean-
ful color etiects now seen iu every;
tliftitrical display. In addition to these!
greater lights over 3,000 incandescent I
burners are in use all over the building.
Certainly in the way of a curtain the.
Empress theater has the biggest in the j
world. It is a rich atd elaborate piece j
oi artistic wcrK, eo icrr nign ana
feet long. A enrtaiu cf this Fize w(cld !
hido liioro than half of tho froutnge ot j
the National gallery and much of the'
roof of that largo bnilding.
Over 12,009 dresses are worn during
the production of "India," many cf the
m the piece. The nnmber of spans.es
nsed runs into millions, and the sequins!
on tho Ionian dvo:;sts uro clmort with- j
out nun;b?r. Nearly as many wigs as
dreises nro used. Of the number cf d i;i-
ecrs shoes wr.icu arc wornoct (inrmsi
a month's performance it would lie hardj
to pive acenralo re-ixirt, but 2,000
would bo near t-io mark.
All the scenery, tho curtain and tbe
staxo are moved by steam power, for nc
human effort alone conld l.nild up some
of tho Htao pictures produced. From
every point of view this theater proba
bly holdn the palm for hugeness and
easo ia msuj'gi;; it. Loiid.ni Tit-Bits.
0;oae Traduced ly i;lc;rlclty.
Froia the report cf esjvrinieuts made
in tha Siemens and Hal. ko laboratory
at Berlin it appears that good results
havo been obtained ia producing ozone
on a commercial scalo by means of the
silent electric discharge. As the use of
this curious product is likely to bo large
ly resorted to in the near luturo rs a
means of d':sinfectine and Fteriii'ing
impure water, the announcement that a
cheap aud ecoir.-mical apparatus for its
production has been constructed is hail
ed with delight by tho sanitary authori
ties end medicos in general. The ma
chine now working in the laboratory re
ferred to yields a certain amount cf
ozone every hour, and its designers say
that it can be depended upon at all
times. Recently they have experiment
ed on supplying compressed ozono to
what they call the "technical trade"
and have succeeded admirably by using
a pressure of nine atmospheres. If we
are to judge from the frequent allusions
to this remarkable product as they ap
pear in the various scientific journals,
tho uso cf ozone as a preventive and cu
rative agent in medical practice is daily
growing in favor. St. Louis Republic.
Fhonngnkptia In liarber Shops.
It appears that a barber in London
has had an original idea, thanks to
which he is in a good way to make a
fortuno. This modern Figaro has hud a
phonograph of lare dimensions placed
in his store aud round it he has disposed
seats, so that bis customers who are
obliged to await their turn can amuse
themselves in listening to a reproduc
tion of tho latest operatic airs and pop
ular songs. This pleasure can also be
shared by those who are actually under
the razor. It is said that the good mail's
custom has doubled since the acquisi
tion of his X'honograph.
Where Illrds Are Cl:eap.
A recent aileiti.ceiiient of a southern
resort, expatiating nptiii tho cheapness
of tlie liviu;; there, K'ated that a braco
of qnai! cc-nltl bo boulit for a quarter.
Ciplit down hire in Maine, in the town
of Pittsflelil, a hotel proprietor li;us been
payiuij bnt 15 cer.ts a;;i-.ce for the very
plr.:i!:K-st l'::r!r:.(ii.-s that fly, and has
vvr 200 :.t lh.-.t irico. Lewis-
;;ort-ra mcst make the leaHt
Cuuertaiiity and expectation are joys
of lifa. Congrevc.
As sight 13 in tbe eye, to ia the mind
in the soul. Sophocles.
The greatest learning is to be seen in
the greatest plainness. Wilkins.
Covetous men are mean slaves and
drudges to their substance. Burton.
When thought is too weak to be sim
ply expressed, it is clear proof that it
should be rejected. Vauvauargoes.
I know no manner of speaking so of
fensive as that of giving praise and
closing it with an exception. Steele.
Some men so dislike the dust kicked
np by the generation they belong to
that, being unable to pass, they lag be
hind it. Hare.
All brave men loved, for he only is
brave who has affections to fight for,
whether in the daily hattlo of life or in
physical contests. Hawthorne.
If a man can have only one kind of
sense, let hiin have common sense. If
be has tbat and uncommon sense, too, he
is not far fnww cmtiinc TttHUtliur
BICYCLE TALE NO. 1784.
Tfce IlDchpM Is In m Dilemma, bnt MaJtci
It All l'.lgUt With tho llake. I
The Duchess of Porapoiet was writh-J
ing, poor thing, on the horns of a di-
lemma. Painful position, veiy. She was1;
the Breatest of great ladies, frill cf Cre '.
end fashion, and with a parplc blush j
che was bom that color) flung bcnly j
arms around the neck of her lord and i
roaster. The unfortunate man was ai
thinking enfferer, bavins' a bad nnearn- j
cd increment und enduring constant i
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pain ou acooujii-oi n umn. wiujj
cr tlian his views.
'Pomposet," she cried. "Duky dar
(When first married she had ventured cf images. " I
to apostrophize him as "ducky," but j founded with p
his gracetbongbt.it infra dig., and they
compromised by omitting the vulgar
"Iulcy," she said, raising palo, dis
tinguished eyes to a Chippendale mir
ror. "I have made nn my minih"
"Don't!" expostulated tbe trembling
peer. "Yon are so rash 1" I
"Whut is more, I have made np
"To make up the mind of an English
dnko," he remarked with dignity, "re
quires no ordinary intellect, yet I be
lieve with your feminine hydraulics you
are capable cf anything, Jane."
(That his aristocratic rib should have
been named plain Jano was a chronic
"Don't keep me in suspense, "he con
tinued. "In fact, to descend to a collo
quialism, I insist ou your grace lotting
the cat out of the bag with the least
i possible dolay. "
"Aa yon will, she replied, "xonr
blood bo on your own coronet. Prepare
for a revelation. I have fallen ! Not
i once, bnt in jny times."
"Wretched wou-.v.u! I beg pardon
wretched prando dame ! Call upon Do
brett to cover you!"
"I am madly iu love with"
"By my taCeia mid ermine, I
"Peace, peace," said Jane. "Coin
rose yourself, duky that is, Pluitage-
net. Forgivo the slip. I
ily mind runs on slips."
Tho dnko groaned.
"Horrid, awful slips."
With a countenance of
tore at his sandy tepknot.
"I have decoivod you.
Stooped to folly."
I admit it.
A supercilious cry rent the air as the
duke staggered on his patrician limbs.
With womanly impulse, flinging caste
to the winds, Jane caught the majestic
form to her palpitating alpaca aud, wa
his beloved features with uuch-
cssy drops, cried in passionate accents:
"Mvkiug! JJv sensitive plant! Heav
ens ! It's his unlucky back I Be calm,
Plantngcnet 1 I have been learning
to bikol There! On the sly!
Tho duke flapped a reviving too and
squeezt.d tho august fingers.
"I am madly enamored of my ma
The peer smoothed a milled topknot
with in.Cabla grace.
"Likewise I am determined you shall 1
tako lessons. Now it is no m-e, duky
mean to bo tender
but firm with von. "I
re o stcrtorcuschor-
The r.otentato gave
tie, and, stretching out hia arms, fell
in a strawberry leaf swoon on tho par
quet floor, his decal head ou tho lap oi
his adored Jane. Punch.
Ka IrciiHrcd minftelf In Advance.
Colonel A. T. Vogelsang, the attor
ney, is regarded as one of the kest ra
conteurs of the legal profession. In the
Palace grillroom yesterday he let out a
string of excellent bar anecdotes. Eo
said a few weeks ago that Dennis Spen
cer, tho Napa Juminary, was called up
on by a Chinaman one evening, when
the following dialogue ensued :
" 'One Chinaman kill another China
man with a hatchet; how much you
charge mako him clear?'
" 'I'll take the caeo,' 6aid Mr. Spen
cer, 'for 1,000.'
" 'Alice rixht.' said the Chinaman,
'I bo back after while.'
"Iu about a week he returned to Mr.
Spencer's office and laid down 1,000
iu gold coin on his table. Mr. Spencer
swept tho money into the drawer.
" 'Weil, tho Chinaman, be dead.'
" 'Who killed him?'
'When did you kill him?'
Thoro was seme curiosity on the rart
of tho audience for further light on the
disposition of tho !, 000, but Mr. Vo
gelsang immediately spun off on to an
other story. San Francisco Call.
Uow lie BJndc It IV.y.
"Ain't a dollar pretty high for a
meal like that?" aked tho touriHt.
"I don't mind ownin up that it is,"
said the landlord of the Cowboys' Rest,
"but them meals cost me 75 cents
"Cut I happen to know that you sell
a ten meal ticket for $5."
" Yaas, I know I do, but nbont half the
fellers that hays them tickets gits kill
ed before they havo eat two meals."
Tales of Traveler.
First Traveler While in Africa I
faced two lions, a tiger and three ele
phants in the same jungle and I'm
Second Traveler Hah ! That's noth
ing. While in Texas I bowed to a girl
that threo Mexicans were in love with.
New York Weekly.
Mr. Saner (to his wife) IIow horrid
of yon to bo alwavs locking as sonr as
a crab apple ! Just look at Mrs. X
over yonder, tho very picture of cheer
fuluers. Mrs. Saner Yon seem to forget, my
dear, that Mrs. X is 11 widow.
Very Serluna Matter.
"Your friend seems to bo in trouble.'
"What's the matter?"
"Ho came in tocollect$10 that I owe
him." Chicago Record.
Thoie Forolirn C hap Get There Every Time.
- Fugnacious and Jealous Party (in
road) There sits that imported poodle
that's breaking the hearts of all the she
dogs in ' the neighborhood. He even
weaned my pet setter's affection from
me. How I'd like to have him out here
in the road for just five minutes!
(Walks slowly away, growling, and
waits at the corner. ) Truth;
4b?r -.jSl pnmT
CEN0V:rA HONAL NAMES.
Tho A:b-!ecse wore named from the
prii;cip?l town in thair district, a ei-y
j Tho Jansoists were tho fol lowers of
! Jaufenttis, the bishop of Ypres, bora i.n
J 1885 ; died in l'J33.
I The 7vIri:":-;letoniaiis took their name
; from Jlnt.'.nieion, a self styled prophet
of tho seventeenth century,
j Tho agnostic is so named because he
daircs tl'Pt wo c3n know nothing of the
reu'Tisaloral, or ionoroi ainfuresiaie.
Ti-.o poly!he::t took his name from
two Ore-tk woi-ds signifying many gods.
The po.yt'.:i.;t b-!lievcd in tlie plurality
Tho Baptists had their name from
J.-V.iu the Baptist, they claiming to per
form tiro rite of baptism iu tho manner
the., be did.
Idolatry was thus termed from two
Greek words signifying "the worship
tlolairy is not to be con-
Tho Congregationalists had their
name from their doctrine that each con
gregation was a nnit, should bo inde
pendent of all others aud manage its
owa affairs in its own way.
The rationalist called himrelf so be
cause of his belief that reason was the
supreme good and that nothing which
lay ouLiidc the domain cf reason was to
be rccrgiiized as truth. St. Louis Olobc
DuaiGcrat. YOUNG GASOLINE FIENDS.
Plilliflflphla Boys DloTor an Intoxicant
Tbat In New to Tbem.
Gasoline as an intoxicant has lute.y
Rained mncii favor among the juveniles
cf tho rontheastern section of tho city,
cud tho Twenty-fifth district policemen
nie having their own troubles trying to
prevent the boys from securing thair
tipplo cr taking core of them after they
hsvo secure1, it.
Soma time ago a crowd of urchins re
cured an eld gasoline barrel, with which
they intended making a fire. Previcas
to igniting it, however, one of tho pirty
hid from his compansc.ie by jmnpirrr in
side of it. He rather enj oyed the odor of
stalo gasoline and inhaled tho fame-; for
rovce timo, until finally when lie tried
to get out of his hiding place he found
his only escape waj to roll cut. He was
tlmost completely cverccina ly ths
fumes and unablj to wulk straight.
When he did recover, ho told the others
that the srr.:v.ion was moat delightful,
cud immediately empty gnsolino bairels
v.ero at a premium.
Tho great discoverer cf the new jag
method was 01:0 Jamea Dar.ghorty, and
t jo.i he, viih several others, became
confirmed ,-,asoli:c drr.nkards. fome
days ago two of the. boys found a barrel
cut.niio a corner grocery, and its removal
Eusecn not being an easy matter tiir-y
glued their notvs to tbo bunghole and
were soon wrapped in as pretty a hand
painted, close lifting jag as any of their
elders could wish lor. While in this
condition they were discovered by Po
liceman G:.e!ch;H and it home, it
being supposed that they wero sick.
Through tbe pas! weea other uoys.
ihV-y "-orated, v-rro noticed. br,t it
'va-i " until I-r:aay last that tho secret
a;i to ti:o metnci employees lensea out.
Thin George Goidrbiop, r.ged 1-i ycisrn,
cf 1 120 tnvd-.ir avemie, was found near
Second aud Mialiu ctriets serenely uu-:
coascions behind a lumber pile and was
font to tha poiice station. He recovered
after several lion-.?, and in tho morning
tho stcry v::s learned. It see:u:; that
after exhausting the supply of bairels
tho hoys hit en a novel scheme for ob
taining their favorite intoxicant.
All through tho First ward are numer
ous gasolino street temps, lne tanks on
theso were filled daily, and it was an
easy matter for tho boys to climb up
the posts and get at tho tank. They sat
urated old pieces of cloth with the fluid,
and with these pressed tight ever their
notes ana montns lucatea too itimes
until the desired stage of intoxication
was reached. The police now havo or
ders to watch the lamps aud to arrest
any ono who tampers with them. The
parents of tho boys known to bo addict
ed to tho practice wero called np by
Lieutenant Harmor and lecture ! on the
doings cf their children. Tho surgeons
of tho district say that tho inhalation of
tho fames may cans-a dangerous results.
The London Saturday Review declares
that inasmuch as judges will not retire
whin they are too old they ought to be
compelled to do sa Beginning with the
oourt of appenls, it points out that Lord
Esher, tho master of tlio rolls, is SS0;
Lord Jniticc Kay is 73; Lord Jnstice
Lindley is G7, and Lord Justice Lopes
is C8. Oi tho lords of appeal iu ordinary.
Lord Jl.irris is CS; Lords Watsoa and
Shand nro 07. Coming to IhehiK'i court
of jatttice, Jr.stiee Unwkins i 7S; Bar
on i liock is 73; Justi.-e D:.y is 09;
Justice Chitty ai:d Jcsticc Wills nro C7,
and Justice Xorth and Justice Mat hew
cro 65. Sir Richard Conch and Lord
Kobhonso of the jndieial committee of
tho privy council are 78 and C7 respec
tively. "Old judges, " it adds, "are like
other old men, neither better nor worse
that is to say, they are peevish, ca
pricious, callous of tho interests and
feolings of other men and shirkers of
their work. They are not responsible for
these defects, which are dee to their
physical condition, and they would not
be human if they did not show them.
Lord Esher's irritability in the court of
appeal when he has a strange or stupid
counsel before him is painful to wit
ness." Fravttarolo Brothers Not Robbers.
The two well known brigands, the
brothers Frattarolo, paid a visit a few
days ago to the country house of a rich
squire at Vico Garganico, near Foggia,
The squire, who happened to be on tho
point of departure and whoso horse was
already saddled, was not overjoyed at
the sight of the brigands, but dared not
offend them. They, however, spoke to
him very politely, begging him not to
be afraid of them and saying they were
tho sumo as other men. After having
lunched with the brigands and offered
them cigars the squire handed them a
note for 100 francs, which, however,
they refused, contending that they were
not robbers, but that they went about
the country trying to avenge themselves
ou their enemies. When their host took
his departure on horseback, the brothers
offered to accompany him part of the
way, which they did, mounted on their
mules. The squire was not sorry, as
may be imagined, to see the last of
them. London News.
Mrs. Nan sen, like most Norwegian
ladies, whether they need it for a live
lihood or not, works hard, her work
consisting of giving lessons in. music,
an art in whieh she is highly accom
plished. Before they married Dr. Nan
sen and his fiancee agreed that he should
not abandon his adventurous explora
tions and that she should continue her
Orbltuary of Mrs. Nancy Glmg-rlch.
After an illness of four days of in
tlamation cf the bowels, Mre Nancy
(Jingrich cf Walker township, died
Friday Not. 22nd, 1895. She had
lived past "three score and ten" but
"by lesson of strength" had lived
past her four score, having been born
ilarch 13th 1815, tbes making her
age 80 years 8 month and 9 days.
Her remains were laid to rest on the
25' h in Lost Creek ccneUsry,of which
church she had bee a devoted mem
ber for ruany years. The fucera.
services were conducted by Uevs.
Samuel Gsyman and Ssmuel Lyder.
Her maiden name was Gingrich and
she was born in Union Co., and was
tbo wife of John Gingrich who died
a fw years since about the same age,
On this homestead the Gingrich's
have lived almost a century. Joseph
Gingrich, father of John came from
Ilighspire Dauphin Co , and settled
on this Allen place. About this time
the farm was bougbt by Gingrich.
Joseph was tbe father of fourteen
children of which John born in 1813
was oDe cf these children ; two of
these are yet living. Anna Gingrich
of MifOin Co , and Ephriam living in
Kansas. John and Nancy Gingrich I
had but two children, Josiah who
still lives on the old home-ate ad and
Mrs. William Stauffer.
When Mr. Josiah Gingrich was
risked to furnish this data he brought
from the room a large leather bound
German ruble, in good condition,
without even the clasp broken. This
Bible bears date of 1819. Here were
recorded in German the births and
deaths of the Gingrich family. He
also produced deeds showing that
the farm bad been taken up in 1765
by William Cochran at whieh time it
consisted of 465 acres embracing at
that time many of the now large
farms adjoining the present Gingrich
The land passed from Cacbrnn to
R. Peters and from the Coxe heiisto
David Allen which deed is dated June
13th, 1805. L. D.
A Hew IT ay of .Making starch
From the Lewutown Journal.
It, is in the Aroostook air, daspite
the fact that potatoes are goiDp for
ally cents per barrel. A Fort Fair-
uekl larner, aiter churning all day
1-1.. i it
ou nis Duuer, gave up in aeapair, ana
lstt it over eight. As the l)kC8D
tells :t-when bo wsnt to tno cbarn
in the morning lie found the butter
giithertd at the top, next buttermilk,
then two lacbea of starch, caused by
leedmg potatoes to his stock. It is
suggested that ij this way every
farmer may own his own private
V Vs .
It is r. conxtact round of care end toll
from which thcro is no escape. Iiow ea
rcntlnl, than, are hcallh and strength, and
yet with how many womon these are al-
tc;rothor iHCkinij. They aro tired all day
a.aii unsbiotOEicepnt night. In this con
ditio:: the sv3tt.ni will coon breakdown.
Reolore th Strength,
overcome tbat tired feeling, build up the
Eyrteni bv tho uss of Hood's Santa partita
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SCHEDtTLB IX MTECT MOXDAT BEPTKHBf B
DAILY, EXCP.PT 8UMDAT.
East Waterford . .
Traina Koa. 1 and 2 connect at Port Royal
with Way Pasnengxr and Seaahore Ex;ires
on P. R. tt., and Noa. 8 and 4 with Uoil east.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Port Royal. .
2 8 10 55 5
S.7.10 57 5
4.4'l0 59 5
6.3 11 05 5
Freedom.. . .
Graham's. . .
be von I ins.
I Pleasant View.
9.0 11 15 5 45
10.011 20;5 50
12.0! U 26 5 5G
38 6 03
20.5iH 55,3 25
22 0,12 006 30
24.012 05 6 35
25.5,12 10 6 40
27.0jl2 15 45
Waterloo. . ,
Trains Nos. 2 aod 8 connect wiilj 8ia;e
Line at Blair's Mills lor Concord, Duyle.
burg and Dry Ron.
J. C. MOOKHEAD.
DO MORE WORK
TIIAM ABIT OTHER
B T j. T E .
IT COSTS O.ILT S190
FOR 40 WEEKS-
THE COURSE!! 'ARE:
J. 1URRYDYSINGER. A- B-,
In the matttr of thi
partition and talua.
In the Orphans'
Court of Juniata
tion of the Kent Jit.
To Ileitis Loudenalagor. widow
Saiuunl Louden stager, deceased.
LondensUger, Louisa Rodgers,
West, and Joseph West, ber husband, ami
James Loudensiager, all or Juniataicounty,
nenry Liooaensiager, josepn Liouaenaiager
and Samuel Loudensiager ot Mass, Sedg
wick, county, Kansas, and Ephriam Loud
ensiager of Bellevue, Huron county, Ohio,
heirs at law of said aamuel Loudensiager,
deceased, and all others interested.
Take notice that on the 17th day of Sep
tember, A. D-, 1(395 the court granted a
rule on alt the parties intorested ia tbe Kea
Setato of said Samuel Loudensiager, deceas-
ed, to be and appear at an Orphans' Court
to be held at Mifflintown, in and for said
Connl, ol jnniata, oa the 17th day of D
comber, A. D.. 1895. at 10 o'clock in tbe
I forenoon, then and there to accept or re
""" alu im i i
I f . 1 - J Tl 1 t? . . . : , .. 1 - : An
I L. : l ; . - 1.. a Hnr r. a i aa
why tbe same shall Dot be sold by order ef
Tract No. 1. waa valued at $453.33, and
tract No. 2, at $15.B3
J. r. VALHOvn,
Hifflintown, Pa.. Nov. 11,1895.
Citrm Const iiMtttoR, Msrr.e CcrurJea
6ila Scunpie Crom. (UiU'ULP Ika
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A full line of all hardy FRUIT and OR.
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F.ll term opras September 6tb, 1895. For
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or KEV. O. G. KLINGER, A. U., .
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RAILROAD TINE TABLE.
pKRUT COUNTY HAI
IE RET COUNTY HAILROAD.
Tbe fellowinr schedule went into effect
Nov. 19, 1893, aod the trains will be run as
a. rn p. m
8 40 8 60
8 34 8 44
ft 31 8 41
If 29 8 89
8 26 8 36
8 24 8 84
819 8 29
8 16 8 26
V 14 S 24
8 11 3 21
6 10 10 CO
6 17 10 07
5 22 10 IS
6 25 10 16
5 28 10 19
6 24 10 25
5 36 10 27
6 41 10 82
6 09 II 20
p. m a. a
8 05 8 16
7 62 2 45
7 43 2 39
7 43 2 36
7 40 2 33
7 84 2 27
7 82 2 20
7 27 2 20
6 55 1 50
a. m p m
Train leave BlooaitlelJ at 6.10
and arrives at Lindiiburr at 6.47
Train leaver Landikburg at 6.14 p.
arrives at Blecafleld at 6. 60 p. an
Traim leave Lovsvillo tor Duncannon at
7. 220 a. m., and 2. 15 p. m. Returning,
arrive at 10 37 a. ni., and 4.56 p. m.
Between Landiatiurz and Leyavilltt traina
run ce follows: Leave Laudisbarg forLoy-
vilU 6 55 a. m., and 1 50 p. n., Loyiville
lor Landiiburg 11 10 a. ra.,a:id 5 09 p. in.
All atation marked () are tUg stations.
tt wLlct trains will couio to a full stop ea
Lkcis K. Arciasoa. . U. at. PmxiLL
ATKINSeX . PEKNELL,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
By Collecting and Conveyancing prompt
ly attended to.
Orricz Oa stain street, ia place of re si
fienc of Lonis . Atkinson, Esq., eoath
Bririgo street. fOct 20, 1892
OFF1CK IN COURT HOUSE,
DR.D.M.CRAWrOKD, DR. DAE WIS M.CBAWrOID
J-R. D. H. CRAWKORD &. SON,
have formed a partcenbip for the practice
of .Utidiciae and their coilatteral branches
Olhce at old stand, corner of Tbirl and Or
aago atreets, UiKintowD, ts. One or bolb
ot tbeni will be found at tlieir ottice at all
times, unless otherwise profensioraliy en
gaged. April 1st, 1S'.'5.
(Graduate of tbe Philadelphia Dental Col
lege,) formerly of Mitflinbnrg, Pa., bas lo
cated permanently in Uiftiintowa, as suc
cessor to tbe late Dr. (i. L. Derr, and will
continue ths dental bnsiues (established
by tbe latter ia litJC) at the well known of
fice on Bridge street opposite Court House.
U3" TEETH EXTRACTED, ABSOLUTE
LY WITHOUT PAIN.
Chloroform, Ether, or Gas vted.
Mo Sore Gums or Disaomlort to patient,
either dnrirg extraction or afterwards.
All these are Guaranteed er CO charge
will be made.
B7" All work gnaranteed to give pi-r'ect
sat infection. Terms, strictly cash.
H. P. DERR,
The undersigned persons have assnciated
themseves together tor the protection of
Willow Run Trout stream in Lack town.
ship, .uniatt Is., fa. All por.'ens are
strickly forbidden not to trespass npon the
land or stream of the said parties to flsh
as the stream has beea stocked with trout
Persons violatir this notice, will be pros
ecnted according to law.
R. H. Patterson,
T. H. Carnthws, J. P.
Rob't A. Woodsido,
W. D. Walls,
April 23, 1893.
The undersigned persons have formed an
Association for tho protection of their re
spective properties. All persons are here
by notified not to trespasa on tbe lands of
the undersigned for the purpose of hunting
gathering nuts, chipiog timber or throwing
down fences or firing timber in any way
whatever. Any violation et the abovo no
tice will be dealt with according to liw.
U 1(1 eon Sieber,
Beashor k. Zook,
Mary A. iirubaker,
John By lev,
September 5, 1K95.
OFFER LIBERAL TERMS TOJAGENTS.
Salary and expenses er cemmissioB,
High grade Stock at low prices. New
specialties. Seed Potatoen, fee.
ME.1 If AUTED
in every town. S teaay work. Pay i Week
ly. Address, H. B. WILLIAMS, Sec'y
Portland, N. Y. Sep. 15,1896.
Consumption Sursly Ourect.
To Tmm umiat Plsaae infsssa yonrrseden
tbat 1 have a poeitlTa raaaedy sor the shore-named
dtanaae. By its tuaely nae thousands of hopeless
eases have been petsaaamrUy eared. IshaUbeguid
to aand two bottles ef my remedy FRKE to any of
roar leaders who hare eonsamstson it they will
send me their Express and P. O. address. HenweV
rally. T. A. SUXJUal. M. C 181 raaii St. N. Y.
and all tha
I71II Cheattnot tH I
The maximom of knowledge at thamMsMkH
WriMfrrirtmtmrm THK. W- fAIsJftB. PrafktV
On and after Sunday, Msy o
1895, trains will rrm an follows; '
Way Pasenger. leave Philadeini,;. .
4 30 a. m; Harrisburg 8 It a. m: FlnnL
nontlMt. m; sew ron 24 , m
lerstown 9 33 a. in; Durwnrd 9 43
ThomnsontoWQ 4. a. m; Van Dk
a. in; Tnsearora 03 a. m; Haxico 10 flo
m; Port Royal 10 07 a. m: Miftiin 10 14
m; Deaholml0 21 a, m; Lewiitown 10 A"
m; McVrytews II 08 a. m; StmtZ
Hamilton 11 &l a. m; Monat Union ti1
2 17 p. in; Petersburg 2 30 p. a; r,r
t 05 p. tnj Altoona S 40 p. rs. Pitt4h.
8 10 p. m.
Altoona Aceemmoaanoa laarss Hirri.
burg at 5 00 p. m; Daacaanon 6 S4 . JT
Newport 6 02 p. m; ifillsrstewa fi u T' J
Tbospsontowa 24 p. m; Tuscsrors g'jt
p. m; ifezico 6 7 p. as; Port Roysl ( 42
m; Himm 4 p. m: uentiolia 6 is . T
Lewistown 7 13 p. m; AfcVeytawa 7 20 '
m: Newton Hamilton 8 00 p. m: Hum;.:'
don 8 82 p. m; Tyrone t IS p. u; Altso
v ou p. IU,
PaciGe Express leaves rhiU-)f-!pB.
J) 20 p. m; Uarnsburr 10 4. m: Mr,
la 8 24 a. ni; Duacannon 3 ti a. at; fjtv.
fHit s a a. mi ron ueyai 4 SI a. n. Kjf.
tlio 4 87 a. to; Lewistown 4 68 s. kc.
Votowa 5 80 a. ai; Unatingdan 6 08
rs; 1 yrone 8 55 s. ni; Altoona 7 40 s 9
Pittsburg 12 10 p. an.
Oyster azpress leaves Philsdelsbls at i.
40 p an; Rariisenrg at 10 20 p. w, N,.Mrt
11 06 p. m; MiHIiB 11 40 p. a; Lesi.t,,.
12 68 a. m; HuLtiegdon 12 65 a. a ; T.rooe
1 42 a m; Altoeaa 2 00 a. ra; rittsbcri Lia
Fsst Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 25.
m; Ilarrrisbnrg 2 50 p. m; Dudssbod 4 ij
p. on: Newport 4 87 p. m; llifflin 6 lOn.m
Lewistewa 6 29 p. m; lleuDt Uaioa 6 USo
m; Altoona 7 40 p. m; Pittsburg 11 q
Harrisburg Accommodatioa leaves II
toona at 6 00 a. m; Tyrone 5 28 a. m; Uaat
ic?lon6 05 a. u; Newton llami'toj g j$
a ' tn; lie VT town 8 62 a. 111; b.-wi:tra
16 a. m; UifBin 7 88 a. m; Port Ksril
44 a. ru; Vexico 7 48 a. ni; Tbvuijuon.
town 8 02 a. ar, muerstowu a 11 a.
Ifswport 8 22 a. m; Duncancoa 8 4 s
Harrisburg y 20 a. m.
Sea Shore leaves Pitttsbarg Sill 1 a,
Altoona 7 16 am; Tyros 7 48 s bi; Hunt
ingdon 8 80 a m; UcVevtuwn W li s a;
Lewistown 9 85 a m; Mirtlia 8 65 s m;
Pert Royal 9 69 a m; Tbeuiptoutuwn 10 14.
Kilierstown 10 22 am; Newport I0S2so;
Duncsaaoa 10 64 a m; Mary srille 11 07 ,
m; Harrisburg 11 34 am; Philadelphia 109
liain Line Express leaves Pittsburg it
8 00 a. m; Altoeaa 11 40 a. n; Tyrone U
03p.ru; Uuatinfdea 12 85 p. a; Lswis.
town 1 38 p. in; Mitain 1 60 p. n; Utrrii.
burg 8 10 p. ni; (Jaltimore 6 15 p u; VT11I1
ingtos 7 SO p. ui; Phiiadelpbis 0 23 p. B;
New Tork 2t p. u
Mail lesres Altoona at 2 00 p. at, T irons
2 35 p. w, Huntingdon 8 0 p w; Nvwtca
Haiuiltou 8 51 p. mi; UcVeytovn 4 lp.m;
Lewistown 4 88 p. as; IE 31 in 5 U3 p. a.
Port Royal 6 09 p. w; i.iico 6 13 p. a;
Tbomptontown 5 p tn; Kiilerstown 628
p. m; Newport 5 48 p. ui; Dancsnnoa 8 20
p. ni; Harrisburg 7 t'O p. ni.
Uail Express luaves Pituburg st 1 00 p.
m; Altoons 8 05 p. m; Tyrone (5 37 p m;
Huntingdon 7 20 p.m; McVevtuwn f 04 p.
m; Lewistown 8 24 p m; Jf.tDin 8 47pm;
Part Iti.yal 8 52 p. 111; Milirrstown W 07 p.
m; Viewport 9 2U p. tn; Duc-ansoa 9 10 p.
m; H4rrishurg 10 20 p. Hi.
Philadelphia Express lesres Pittsburg st
4 SO p. ra; Altoona 9 05 p. tn; Trroas V 83
p. ni; Duuticgdon 10 12 p. ni; kfeuut I'n.
ion 10 82 p. ni; Lewistown 11 IS p. 01; a if.
tlio 11 87 p. iu; Harrisburg 1 00 s. m; Phil
adelphia 4 30 New York 7 33 s. m.
Trains for Sundury at 7 85 a. is. sod t W
p. m., lesre Sunbury for Lewiitovs 10 04
a. ru, and z iio p. m.
Trains leave for Bellofoata and La '.
H.vrn at 8 10 a. m., 3 34 and 7 25 p. m,
leave Lock Haven tor Tyrone 4 80, 0 10 p.
ni. and 4 15 p. ra.
TYRONE AND CLEARFIELD S. R.
Trains leave Tvrone for Clearfield asd
Curwensville at 8 SO a. m.. 8 16 and 7 30
p ru.. leave Curwensville tor Tyrone at 4 89
a. m , 9 15 and 8 61 p ra.
For, rates, maps, eto., call on Ticket
Agent?, or addreat, Thos. K. Walt, P.
A. W. D., 110 Fifth Aveaua, Pitts,
S. JI. Prkvost, J. R. Wood,
Gea'l Manager. Gen'l Fa.c.Agt
jTEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL
I 1 ley Railroad Company. Time table
of passenger trains, in e fleet on Monl7,
October 1st, 1S94.
A a J r
0 15 4 IM
6 19 8 67
6 4'. til
Juniata Furnace ...
Svlvan ...... ....
Blain .. . ..
6 65 IS 00
6 C 10 o:t
6 12 18 07
C 15 10 10
6 25 10 17
2'.' 10 50
6 31 10 26 51 8
6 39 10 54 t t'l
5 51 10 46,
6 54 10 4H;
7 15 II 00
7 12 11 07:
7 17 11 12
7 23 11 18
7 27 11 22;
7 U5 11 SO
7 10 t 16
7 :o s 10
7 05 I 04
Mount Pleasant . .
New Germant'n ..
41 11 8C
7 45 11 401
D. GRING, President and Mvisger.
, K. Millsb, General Agent.
We want a few men to sell a Chnce La)
of Norsery Stock. We cannot mike T
rich in a month but caa give ou te4
tmpltymtnt and will pay yew veil fr it
Oar prices correspond with tne times.
Write for terms snd territorv to
THE H AWKS' HURSEBaTO-.
July 14, 1805. Rochester,
aa arrnts sell far ours aiM
ACHE ROADSTER $55
Uuarsateed sssie as aerats sell for ri te
ACUE ROAD RACER. 25l-i. Jg(
Perfect llnw. PJ ZS:?! J!JfS
Wrlttan wsrrsnir with srery nisotlne.
more tban oer wholesale prlc for uSwi
II fcnsi! alKiot as mnch to sell 'I'I'HLSriS
J''Jid dflr. as It doM to :ak 'JVSrssl
iSSenosind economy sy Wet tta.- "" JJiit
bay from us direct nt wbls
Illustrated Cata""' 1
Acme Cycle Company
. m, p. .- - r - hi, - rune jam
p. m; Altoona 1 45 p. m; Pittsburgh u ,
If ail Train leaves PbilaJelph at 7 qq
m, Hsrri-burg 11 20 a. m; Dnncai,r,0!, j,,1
a. m; Newport 1214 p. in; MifQia 12i2
m; Lewistown 1 12 p. m; HcVsvtowa j .
STATIONS. W;t. VmU
i ji i .