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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
WEDMSIUT, SOY. 25, 189(5.
BnbaertpHon, per asnrn If paid
dTnc $2.00 If not paid la advance.
Tnaatont edTertUomecU inserted at 60
cent par Inch for each Insertion.
Transient bnatneaa notice tn local eol
tun, 10 cent psrliMfor each taeertloa.
Deduction! will be made to those desiring
to adTertiM by the year, naif or quarter
The Institute ia here in all its glory
Christmas is only foor weeks
The -MeKinlcy Cabinet makers are
numerous. - -
A number of days last week "were
There is a prospective rise in the
pr.cw oi wooL
Rag weeds are a good fertilizer if
' Mia Mary E. Schweier risited
friends in Altoona last week.
Ssnator Cameron is talked about
as the silver candidate for 1890.
A namber of farmers last week
plowed for-next years' coin crop.
The Pennsylvania . Railroad will
carry a bicycle for a rider for ten
Newport people are striving to
have a match factory located at their
Wm. Dunn of Fermanagh Twp.,
killed a hog on Monday that weighed
The turnips grown this teaion pre
sweet. Soma seasons they have a
The world's fair Ferris wheel ' and
its belongings went into the hands of
a receiver several diys ago.
The Institute is in full blast.
On Thursday evening the Swedish
Grand Quattett will exhibit.
"If company manners were worn
more frequeutly for home folks, life
would be much pleasantar."
"A gentleman must kiss every lady
he is introduced to in Paragaay. It
?s the custom of the country."
The County Commissioners are at-1
tending the Lommissioners state
Convention at Reading tbia week.
David Alter of Port Royal caught
a bj"9 that measured 22 inchc3 in
length last Thursday in the river.
SoL Beashor and merchant Cert
Binkle while fishing part of 'a day
recently, caught 9 good sized piko. .
In many places foot ball games are
degenerating to hoodlum jawing
scrapes and rough and t amble fights.
.. Cashier Nor th and wife of Solius
grove attended the fuoerel of the
wifo of H rt. Jjmes North last Sat j.--day.
Judgo m Lyons closed the Perry
County Court last week on account of
the irregularity in the drawing of a
The teetotalers say during McKin
ley's administration there will be no
wines or other Jiiora in tht 'White
The Water Crapnny's Reservoir
on the bill norHi-wsst of Pattarson
hows itself to travelers crossing the
A weather wise msn b-ijtb: If we
don't have deep enows before New
Years, the snows after that don't
amount to mucn.
It is easy for a man to say hs has
repented, but i? he has wronged an
other, ho can ho repent nniess he
makes good his wrong.
The next Quarterly meeting of the
Juniata Valley Editorial cssociation
will be held at Huntingdon on the
2nd Friday in February.
The Middle District Conference
of the Dunker church was held at
Aleoona 'ast week. About 100 dele
gates were in attendance.
It is hoped that it may prove to be
trao that the X rays will before long
be used to open the eyes of the blind
and moke them see. Oh! hasten that
"The woman who die 'overs disa
freeable traits in the man she thinks
perfect is happy if her awakening
comes b fore instead of nfter mar
Few horses are being raised and in
ihe course of 5 or G years the conn
try will awoken to the fact that the
pric9 of horsc3 has aivanced, and the
horses are s"ro.
A Chambersburg man the other
day figured the amount of whisky he
drank in 40 years to be 20 -barrrls.
That was diinking at the rate of half
a barrel every year.
Sheriff Calhoun will sell in the
Court House on Friday, December 4,
at 1 p. m: A tract of" 114 acres of
land in Greenwood township a the
.property of Adam Tichupp.
Rev. A. N. R '.ven at the Institute
on Friday evening. Subject, "the
Old Woman and the New." It will
be on opportunity to hear what the
eld woman haa done, and what the
sew woman is doing.
With what delight the owner of a
pet turkey talked of tho growth of
his cobbler till io-day he killed and
staffed the fowl for to-moirow's
Thanksgiving dinner. Cruel design
ing man and gullible turkey. .
Jkfichael Ewing aged 83 years,
died at his home two miles north of
Beaver Springs. Snyder county, last
Friday afternoon of a protracted ill
Bess. Mrs. James McCauley of this
town is a daughter of the deceased.
Traction people will be doing well,
.... l nr;fViriif nin7 more
money. Should the stock be assess
ed to pav debts, &c, it -may take
M much money to meke the promises
of the management good as was psid
Ut tiM -
- Mr. Srrah T. Jamison, wife of
Wilson Jamison of Fayette township,
died last Friday aged 75 years. lv
torment in the Presbyterian cameUry
Tear MeAlisterville. She was the
lather of Isaac and John Jamison of
Christ Biw'nmii a r.:v.- i l
Valley, haa shot more than 700 gray
Thn nilm. f-
. - ujuiiBny propose
soon to begin to lessen the eurve in
the road at the Strauss farm at Mex-
The Lutherans have been prepar
ing the parsonage for their new
preacher, who is expected to come
' There ia a talk of the hnilrlinrr f
the railroad between thin
Selinsgrove. After awhile the road
Professor .Marshall introduced a
change in the opening work of the in
stitute, in that Of havinor ttlA arlrlrnaa
of welcome and resDonse thnr.tn
mads at the first session on Monday
afternoon instsad of in the evening.
. WANTED: The Jun
iata Sentinel, dated December 9,
1846. If you have it, send to this
office by first mail. Don't wait for
2nd mail. Send immediately. We
will give you one dollar for the
"A verdict of guilty was rendered
November 18 before Judge Butler in
tne united states District Court in
the case of Moses Arnold of Millers-
town,' Pa who was charged with
passing counterfeit coin. Sentence
oaoscriDe lor tne skhtimel and
Rktublioah, a paper that contains
choice reading matter, full of inform
tion that does the reader good, and
in addition to that all local news that
aro worth publishing find places in
its columns tf.
If some of the numerous patrons
of the SeNtikel axd Re r-pelican, who
are in arrears will bring to this office
a can of lard, it will be considered a
favor, and at the same time square
np an indebtedness, perhaps more
conveniently than to pay in money.
Tho Perry County Court was ad
journed at its beginning last week,
because tho drawing of a jury was
not done in accordance with the let
ter of the law. Since the Carpenter
case in this county, all juries are
drawn under the strictest construe
tion of the law.
Huntingdon Globe. November 19,
1896. The two Mormon elders who
have been proseljtiog in this vicinity
for several weeks, made an ineffcet
ual effort to secure the Suoithfitld
chapel in wbioh to hold a series of
meetings. Tho chapel trustees would
take no Mot monism in theirs'.
The Philadelphia Noi ih American
of the 20th inst, 6aye: The Comp
troller this morning received a letter
ncloaing $1C9, which the eender
says rightfully belongs to tho city.
The writer adds that it has bean on
his conscience for ye?ra, and ho was
led to make atonement through st
tending Mr. Moody's mcatings. As
usual in such caees, he or she wants
to have it acknowledged in the news
papers. ' There will be a railroad .Wen's
meeting held in the Mathodiat
church next Saturday evening and
Sunday; Saturday evening at 7.30;
Sunday morning at 10 SO and at 7 p.
a. .There meetings will be of an
evangelistic cbaraster and will be in
charge of the R- R department of tho
Y. M. C. A. of Hinisburg. R. R.
men and everybody eke invited. A
Quartet of singers with them.
Buy your hunting dogs and have
them acquainted before the hunting
season opens I have the following
to offer, guaranteed thoroughly brok
en on their game and reliable. Fox
hound, rabbit hounds, beagles, set
ters and pointers; also eome fine
Newfoundlands, spaniels, collier, fox
and bull terriers; fancy poultry and
pigeons; Belgium and German barer;
prices low. J. Howabd Tat lob,
Ang.27,ly. West Caestar, Pa.
. On the evening of the 5th inst., a
son of James W. Snyder of near L6
ganville, York county, about eigh
teen months old, fell into a tnb cf
vinegar, which was standing in the
spring house and - was drowned. A
sister of the child left him alone a
clir.rt. time nrd went no sfairs to tret
something, and when she returned
found the child lying in the tub
She lifted bim out and the father
tried all he could to recover him, bat
life had departed.
On Saturday, Nov. 2S, Messrs Rit
ter and Pice, will spII a car-load of
Iowa horses at the Jacobs Houso in
Xfifflintown. The lot consists of
Vionw flrnncht horses, crood roadsters
and "drivers, ranging in age from
three to six years and win weign irom
1000 to 1400 pounds. Terms of
sale : Sixty days credit on approved
paper, or one per cent off for cash.
The usual guarantee will bo given.
Sale commences at ono o'clock, p. m.
of said day. H. H. Snyder,
Tho Jaws r disnleased with Pres
ident Cleveland, because be mention
ed the name of Christ in bis inanKs-
crivinff proclamation. Tho Jews
should behave themselves. This if
distinctly a Christian natian, and
when Christians pray tnoy generally
rarricmizn their mediator ChrisV
There is bberality and toleration in
. ... . ii 1
this Christian nation lor au creeus
ami rclirrinra. and the JeWS should
not get sausy over their privileges.
If the Christians were asarDiiraryau
were the Jews when they crucified
Christ, there would be no Jews in
this Christian land, s
Mrs. North, wife of Hon. James
Knrth AiaA ahnnt noon on Thursday,
November 19, 1890, aged about 75
years, after a long illness. Mrs.
from an old family in
Juniata named Strauss, who owned
extensive lands m the valley across
the river from Mexico, one ana ner
K.iohonrl TTnn. Jame North, iournev
ed pleasantlv and successfully down
. . l m 11.. Jaa tkaiv
tne valley oi me irom me uj ur..
morrimro. which was in their early
youth, into the sear and yellow leaf
of age. one was me urai ij uo
A inin (ha future and better borne,
leaving to mourn over her departure
Mr. North, ber sons nerman, u
and Washington, and daughters Mra.
c. nt Mrs. - Jacobs. Durinfir
many years with her husband, she
was a member oi me rrcsuymMu
church, and the eligions services of
her funeral were conducted by Rev.
A. N- Raven of the Mifflin town Pres.
byterian church on Saturday. Inter
ment in the Presby'eriin cemetery.
Some newsn&rtAr man's aah'milo n.t
Li-Hung Chang ia expressed in the
sentence: He acted like a ten yeat
old boy in America. He asked oar
women how old they were; how many
children they had, and why they did
not have more children or words to
that effect, and if he had. not been
worth $600,000,000 and America had
not been looking for some of it to
fall this way, he would have been
treated like any other pig tail in
On the i8th inst, "the Rev. Mr.
Fitzgerald, pastor of the Reformed
Dunkard Church at Uaiontown, Fa.
and Miss Emeline Freeman and ber
father and brother were arrested un
der circumstances that caused a sen
sation. The girl is charged with the
murder of her infant, and her father
and brother with conspiracy to con
ceal its mnrder and Mr. Fitzgerald
with criminal intimacy with Afiss
Miss Frteman was brought to jail
ana tne tnree men gave baiL JTitz
geiald came to Masontown from Yir
ginia a year ago and has a wifo and
A newspaper m.in says: The Cu
ban war is simply a question . of fi
nance not of fighting.
"My view of tba Cuban war is sim
ply this: It is a question of finances,
not of fighting. Spam is big enough
to crush out every cane bush, as well
as every insurgent in Cuba, if she
can raise the money to pay and pro
vision the troops required.. Bat
Spain has a mighty big job on ber
hand9. It has already been clearly
proved that the Cubans are greater
ngbtsrs, greater strategists and a
greater people. Whether Spain enn
raise enough money to pay enough
men is something about which the
world is guessing."
It has beea a source of quiet re
mark among students of history that
Thanksgiving proclamations rarely
mention the name of' Christ. While
observing read men have noted that
fact, they hare studiously refrained
from ta'kin? about it in public. Pres
ident Cleveland's late Thaakigivicg
proclamation is an exception to prr
oeeding Presidential Thanksgiving
proclamation and makes mentioa of
Christ, which bos so aroused the
Jews that a Cleveland Ohio Rabbi
sayt : "I believe the President ex
ceeded the prerogatives of his offioo
ail all precedent by. making refer
ence to a mediating nfluenoe in ie
ligious affairs. The Jews recogniz.3
no. mediator between God and man
I do not believe that the President
was influenced by biased motive?,
but bis proclamation could be con.
strued as a secular, declaration."
LOADED TO THE MUZZLE.
It wai a narrow escipe that Trac
tion made from the appointment cf a
receiver last wec-k in the TJoitfd
S:ates Court How long it can es
capo that fate time will reveal. Ac
cording to tho lawyers for the people
who were oskiog for the appointment
of n receivership, the thing is loaded
to tho muzzle, and the Roebling's
sons explosion is only the firet load
or report that indicates what is back
of the present action. . It is' a good
deal like the old lady's gan, which
whan shot off kicked ber flat on her
back. Her huiband quickly exclaim
ed, lay quiet Mariah, the gun is load
ed to the muzzle, and the knock down
is only a 6light beginning. There
are twelve more to come. That is
the way with the case before Judge
Pallas. .The case in his court was
only the report of a twenty-six thou
sand dollar claim, whereas the law
yers say there are over twelve mil
lion dollars paper issued, enough to
load the concern to tha muzzle, ami
insure a rousing explosion when
thing goes off. It is no wonder
the court laid it off carefully f Jr
HO RECEITER YET.
The application for the appoint-'
meut of a receiver for tho Pennsyl
vania Lancaster Traction was not
granted by Judge Dallas in the
United Stales Court before wbeni it
was argued on the ISth inst C uc
sel for the appointment of a receiver
in the interest cf Roeblirg & Sons ns
holders of $26,000 of the company
bonds, alleged that bonds bad been
appropriated to other uses than the
purposes required by tho mortgrag03
and that there had been a default in
the payment of interest and that se
curities ammounting to over twelve
million dollars had been issued, an
amoutit far in excess of the value of
the concern. But with all that pre
sentation Judgo Dallas refused to ap
point a receiver for the concern, giv
ing reasons on Saturday last, Novem
ber 21 as follows:
"I have carefully read the affidavits
submitted," "and it may bo conceded
that they warrant tho apprehension
that a state of affairs may arise to
legitimately call for the assumption
by the court of the custody and care
of the property of this company, if
competently moved to that end; but,
that an imperative necessity for such
action immediately exists, haa not
been shown. There is room for sub
stantial donbt, as to vbether ths ap
pointment of a receiver under the ex
isting circumstances, would not be
products of more harm than good,
and this being so, it is my opinion
that the duty of tho court to with
hold its hand, especially as the de
fendant's objection to its interference
has been supplemented by that of the
mortgage trustee, and by the emphat
ic protests of several creditors in cor
"I am fully persuaded tht the ex
tremo power which this application
invokes should be exercised with all
possible caution, and that tho extra-
ordinary remedy which it supplie.
should be restricted to cases which
plainly demand its allowance. Sev
eral other and very serious qaestions
have been raised by counsel m oppos
ing this motion, but the intorcsts of
all parties require that it shou'd be
promptly disposed of, and, therefore,
I abstain from entering upon their
LETTERS FROM FARMERS.
In South aud North Dakota, relat
ing their own personal experience in
those States, have been pnblisbed in
phamphlet ferm by the Chicago, Mil
wankee&St. Paul Railway, and as
these letters are extremely interestr
ing, and the phamphlet is finely il-
luatrated, one copy will be sent to
any address, on receipt of . two eent
postage stamp. Apply to John R.
Pott; District Passpnger Agent 486
William street, Williamsport, Pa.
November 3, ?6,3t. .
On November 17 and Deeember -
and 15, 1896. the Chicago, Milwau
kee & St Paul railway,' will sell round
trio excursion tickets from Chicago
to a great many points in the West
ern and South-western states, both
on its own line and elsewhere,' at
greatly reduced rat. Details as to
rates, routes, &c, mny be obtained
on application to any coupon ' ticket
agent or by addressing John R. Pott,
District Passenger Agent, Williams
November 3, 96-1f .
Harris Humphhet. On the 6th
inst, at East Salem by Rev. John
Harris, Mr. victor A. Harris and
Miss E. Viola Humphrey. ;
Riole Habt Oa tho 12th inst,
by Rev. John Landis, Mr. Benj. F.
Rigle and Miss Sasio Hart.
) imnrowi, Nov 18, r?6
Corn in ear
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Middlings ... .........
Gro n.ft A:um Suit......
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U a. buudro :
. ''Sc to 80
Philadelphia Makkzts, November
21, 1S96. Wheat 87 to 89o; Oats 24
to 27c; corn 32c; tsHw 3c; lard 5c;
liva chickens 7 to 10r; ducks 10c;
geese 9 to 10; tnrk-vs 8 to 9a; but
ter 13 to 27e; eg,-s 21 t 22 ; sp plea
$1.10 to $1.6U a barrel; cran berries
$1 to $6 a barre'; p itatoes 25 to 35c
a bushel; sweet potataes 15 to 20c a
basket; tarjgkd rvo ttraw $10 a ton;
bay $10 to fU a Ion.
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I a tat o end prom pi remed f
l'or bo cure of dLrrh.
T Mot. Mile, cholera
1 -mm and all forms of
Sa Ber Conplalnt. and
lAt oesa o the cwels. IT
IS n.MM!i:Ta TAKI A
KipctiAixr vexmn. vuv
BOLLOBAHfiH ft SOI, Uu. CloUiiars, US lin SL, Fattsntm.Is,
Let ns give yen a Pointer .
When you are told that yon can buy a kuit at $8.50, that other
ell at $12.00. Call en as and we will furnish you with the eame suit as well
if not better made and trimmed for 7 fin .nl h. . i;.;n. nrnfit nn it h.
Stand: As to Tailor miJn nnthr,
Suit for $12; a fancy on for $15, and on
Tailor made Pantaloons all-wool 4.50, 5.00, 6.00, 7.00 and 8.00 dollars.
Fancy Tailor Made Vesta $5.00, $6 00, $7.00 and $8.50.
,r": w novar put the odd cents to our prioes. Instead of marking aa
artiole 81.79. S3.5R. .ni. Vnv r .. aa .a ..ii u i t&
$3'50. We will sell VOU knee nania anita
fourth mere money at $1.35 $1.75. $2
oar entire line for $4 00.
loutba and Boys' Suits, we have made a speciality of this season. We
iVn'U fr0IC 2 00' 3 00 4 00 5 00 6 00- 7 00 8 0. 9 00 M1'" M(1 UF
to 10.00 dollar for the fiacet Young Men' Suit in our atook.
Fourth: la our bat department you will find all the latest blookt in either
rash or derby. Our competitor in this line have nothing to say. We stand
second to none in the bat line.
Fifth: Our Fall Hoe of nndarwaar com prise Six Complete Varieties a
Fair Grey Winter Weight, 50c; A camel's hair for 75o; Fine all-wool $1;
till finer $1.50; fine fleece lined extra finish, $2, aad the finest lamb' wool,
eft as idr-down $3. No suob line of underwear in Juniata soanty.
Sixth-. Y e are sole agents for the Celebrated Douglas Shoe. Ws carry
them ia 12 different styles. .
Seventh: We are alio Agents for th Sweet Orr Orcralls, and have them to
fit the smalieat boy or the Largest Mnn.
Etghth: Oar line of neck-wear i in touch with the latest fashion. The
same can be said of onr line of collars, oafs and dre shirts.
AtaM: The day ha gene by when yoa oan soil eld fogy furnishing good
to young men who wast to be fsibienably dressed.
Heavy Winter Boots only $1.35.
Mackintoshes in all style and at all pries.
Ttnth: And laat but not least, we deir tc oall special attention to our
line of Men', Boy' and Cbi'.drena' Ovarooata. Men' all wool everooat from
$3 to $12; Boya' $2.50 to $6; obildren'a $1 to $4. We carry atorm aad fiy
over coats in Chinchilla, SbetUnd, Irish Friese and Rum bo Beaver.
Dres Overeoata in Melton, Beaver aad Fine all-wool Keraeya; black and
blue are the prevailing styles for tbis season. We court a comparison of oar
good and price As examination of our lini will onnvioa the most rkepti
oal that we sell good at a closer margin and give better value for the money
than yon can get elsewhere.
Finally we ask you to see our line of Qlovea, the finest driving gloves in the
ocuoty . See them and be eonvinccd
HOLLOBAUGH & SON.
ESTABLISHED 188 O.
The JUcClintic Hardware
QTr."Dl? NO. 119 MAIN STREET,
0 1 VjliEj. MIFFLIN TOWN, PA.
THE HARDEST WAV PO0SIBIE
to pet aJorg in tLe wcr?d is to luy 'ica fhtr p tliij gp. As a
rule, the kte jcu jnj, the xrxie it cctts in the lorg run.
We don't fcoatt of "cheap" prices at tbis Store, and etill
qualiU ccnfideicd, we tell at prices that ought to interest
careful buyers. . '
. COOK STOVES- We control the Sale of
RAYMOND & CAMFI3EL3L,
cook stoves tn this county. We hare never heard a woman
complain who bought one of these ttoTce. Every bujer haa
agreed on four things:
The Stoves Cook better, they bake better, they are easiest
to regulate, and are lees trouble than any other stove.
We have them in four sizee. Prices range from $16.00
EVERY WOMAN KNOWS
how eceily things pet "scratched vp" aicurd Ihe house.
Scmetinces it's a chair cr a table or a door. More lhan half
the tince, the rcralchce ere rcglfcttd, leceuEe it seems hardly
worth while to send for a painter.
Why not do the work yourself. You can,
Get Prepared Paints ajl Heady
to use at a trifling cost. Ton can brighten op furniture, doors, flower pots,
baggies aDd lots cf ether things.
We keep tbese prepared paint in all the color. And we eell paint
brushes, too good ones.
The paints come in tin buckets, holding t P.. The pric ia 15c.
K. H. McOlintic.
xt ft . ;.,it.y
lrtir CMICH rATEKTSj
FcrS' -relation ani trm Hsnahook nrlti it
M'J-'ii & to, HI Broidwat. Nrw Tnm.
Oldest trcan fV rncurinp punti. In Ar.tort
Krcry patent tftk.n o.t by ua ! bron',?t
the puUlw ttj a rmtica ven tree or c..r0-3 :z.
lrMstclrenlat!nij of any f tentlnc nar-r i.i 1m
World. Splendid!- Illastrated. No luti-ili.-n
maa abould be without It. Weaklr. M.sili
Teartljllalz months. Address, BuVtr UX
Vvnatimm. S61 Vruadwar. Kew Vork Clir.
HAVE I0U MONEY TO DEPOSIT?
ARE YOU A BORROWER?
FOUR PEE CENT
PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATE,
Money Loaned at Lowest Bates;
Comumptkm cHaroty Ourad.
To Turn Bsrdk Please aafbna yearrsadi
BiatlhsT. a iiiwlll ia ninindj ftar ttw alwia awiii il
disrate. Br its timely bm tanrwanda of aof
eum hare ten permanmtly eared. I shall h r1.-
u. nd two boilln of my nmedy FKEk tn s t
r-"-! mActu who ban consumption If tut-r '
' m than Exrinw. and P. O. address. K-v '
toi. x.Vsjoccii.M.a.iaisWiat. ;
- 7JvKSU,!OB "BARKS,
;n rrn;.k ;h .i ii-vbI
up to 18.00, 20.00, 25.00 and 80.00,.
that von asnnot dnnlieata for nn.
00. $2 50 and ft3 00. and vour eboieeof
Founded In 1932. Large Faculty
Two In I courtea or study Classical and
Scientific, p pec' V. courses in all depart
ments. Observatory, Laboratories and
new Of ninssiuro. Seam beat. Libraries,
22,000 volurces. Expenses low. Depart.
mint of Hygiene and Tbysical Culture in
charge or an experienced physician. Ac
cessible by frequent railroad trains. Loca
tion on the BATTLEFIKLD ol GeltrsburK,
moM pless&r and healthy. PREPAR
ATORY DEPARTMENT, in separ
ate buildings, for bojs and jonng men pre
paring for business or College, under spec
ial care of tbu Frincipal and three assist,
ants, residing with students in the building.
Fall term opens September 51b, 1895. For
H. W. MCKNIGHT, D. D.,
or BEY. O. G. KLINGER, A. It.,
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK,
OF MIFFE.IHTOWH, PA.
Stockholders Individually Liable
JOSEPH KOTHKOCK. Praidnt.
T. VAN IRWIN,' Cmtkttt
W. C. Pomerojr, Joseph Rotbrock,
John Herfsler, Joslab h. Barton,
Robert R. Parker, Louis R. Atkinso..
T. V. Irwin.
George A. Kepner, Annie M. Shelle,
Joseph Rotbrock, P. W. 1! si. beck,
L. E. AtkiDScn, R. E. Parker,
W.C. Pomeroy, J. Holmes Irwin
Mnry Knrts, Jerome,N. Thompson.
T. V. Irwin.
Jobn M. Blair,
F. H. M. IVnnoll,
P am net S. Rothcck,
M. N. Stenctt,
Jamea G. Heading,
S. W. Beps.
Joslab h Barton,
Robert H. Patterson.
Wm. S warts.
H. J. Shellenberger,
V. R. Schlrgel,
rThree and Four tt cent, ir.terrst will i
paid on r-r'Pc"S of rlefo-tt.
UMHTm AN inrA Wboemntlilnk
teniC I bll flic I J mf nt some stmrjte
li. C for their 1U0 prise offer.