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THE LAND OF SWEET SOMETIME.
Orer the water we'll sail some day
To the land of Swept Sometime
And we'll anchor there for a year and a
la the ripples of gold on the lower bay
In the sunset's rays sublime!
It's orer the rirer in SomedayTille,
By the lake of Soon-to-Be,
ad Later On is the mighty hill
That rises oat of the laughing riH,
The river of Wsit and Seel
mere is soon to m a grand
ding. The happy couple are HaroU
Nelson and Erla Sermons. Boston
The program for this we
ever popular Keith's Thea
tic-" -' - ue one.
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ci i vn mm . - " rmeaiaU5 tiauoEB, mpiumi
O All V WITH UOFEIi! on branch line to York.
- N I e single fare for the round
THE LASSO A3 A DEADLY WEAPON IN j (minimum rate .twenty fire eent
Lnore.u v " , . - ignorant go.
hwrbapa it is best not to be
ghly educated. TUG noiB9 01
onkeja hon key I hookey! is as
; to donkey earn as , the most
ted music, and serves as good
tose as the best of music ren
always summer the
In beautiful sometime lend,
'I' liar m n Ijnnf atiu that ar dD and
blue, jred ny tne most loorougniy trained
There are roses waiting to bloom for JOus'.cian. Too much education in
To blossom at your command! .her branches oftentimes make the
, , . ioet learned impractical' people;
So out to the breeze let ns spread the . i ! i
Till it beats in a merry rhyme. hesitating people be-
And off we'll go in the moonlight palense they cannot see it all or say it
Till we reach the land of the fairy taJall. Europe and tne learned centers
of the United States are full of living
walking encyclopedia?, that are weak
?Td end rendered incapable by the
knowledge that there is more beyond
them that tbey have not yet learned,
and these learned peopl are beaten
in manv instances by those of the
CDmmoneet learning that come out of
a back district with an appearance
and an expression of knowing it all
from the beginning to the end
The laud of Sweet Sometimel
t Erla the FIowc
LOWERS, 5 ci
IfJ Thia cry camea
18 summers. It was on ' . '
street .and tbe heat waa3amP,SI!'
people were longing to an extra
In tbe seclusion of their! will be
I will take ten bunche Senate,
lite voice In her ear. E . ,
a start. Ten bunches?"818.1
sold a bunch to-day. V hat tb0
Bhe selected the f re?V? w"
bunches, and with a Jtoa
handed him the flosf Jfew Tork,
Erla Seymona wajj, a new
did all In ber powera . oa dnr.
mother. Some daySjled tfae
As Harold Nelson s. j
with hiu. (who was I datr,"ge
their way Neiia remarked :yrra
beautiful girl! What a pity si lo
sell flowers on the street!" i to
Harold in bis heart echo,leVJi. and
This was not the first tljg one and
Erla Seymona. j
And Erla forgot t
cents a bunch!" Sh,8ued P00
her brown eyes fixe- of Pol to Rico,
lng of what or wborricane that
consciously, of the flooding town
the thought so klcdrowningr two
That night in ttivernor Stone
gain mansion of t3arsfor the
marked: "Harold Vt
lovely girl; he wa. .
on a flower girl, to f1. he lue?-
"Xena, don't ta! upinoa quit
me about it." said iPPed." When
Then Xena, in hei the gener.
Ion, related their e?ld tot be
morning. "o, years,
All through this recitsn con
Frederick N'eUon listened liicted
snid nothing; be bad also seen ine
flower girl, and remembered he
The germ theory may be as
true as preaching, but the chyle iu
a healthy stomach is harder on
germs than Itoiling water or zero
Democrats are trying to induce
Dewey to become a candidate for
the presidency. Dewey is all
right at smashing a Spanish fleet,
but that is one thing and smashing
the republi"an party is another
Great Grama-era' Plcatlc Ei
talkltlaa for lS9-il6tn
A COWBOY DUEL. -
How lira Dmprrnlori Wk Were
Skilled IIorHeinnnalilai mm A
AaVpts la K1IkIob the Lariat Saaf
ed 0 Tale Mortal Coll.
"I once witnessed a duel with lasso
roiir between a Mexican and nn Auier
Ican," said Joe Hampton. -It hap
pened aliout 20 years ago, nnd It was
about as exciting a piece of work as I
ever saw. I was foreman at that time
for the Seven I'p (7 U 1') horse ranch
In Wyoming, and we were on our way
from Sydney. Xeli., with a baud of
mares that had Iwn shipped from the
Missouri to Sydney. We had to drive
the animals overland to the home
"Well, I picked up nn outfit of men
around Sydney, sewn Americans and
throe Mexicans, a tough lot. We start
ed out. nnd when we got to the Big
Cheyenne river, south of the Klnck
Hills, we stopjMtl to let the horses rest
for a few days. There was one Mexi
can, lVdro Conmlcs. alnuit the most
111 natnntl and most quarrelsome man
I ever saw. lie fell out with an Amer
ican by the name of Hick McAlL nn
all around bad man. I knew IIek by
reputation, ami he had a bad record.
"Well, one day at dinner time Hick
made some remarks about roping a
Orenser down In Texas nnd hauling
him across the prairie nntll he was
worn out. The Mexican answered by
saying that man must have been
asleep or dead, for yon could not roio
a live man and do that. Il-k Jumped
to his feet nnd pulled his gun. and Pe
dro did the same. I rushed lietween
them and ordered them to put np their
guns. The Mexican's black eyes shone
like a rattlesnake's when about to
held at Williams' (trove,
August 28th to September 2d
display of farm machinery will
certainly be the best ever shown.
The carriage exhibit will le some
thing immense. Horticultural Hall
will le as attractive as ever, and
the live stock department will be
fully up to the standard. Among
the attractions will be a Ferris
wheel, Steam Merry-Go-Ronnd,
at .1 L' m t.,, I... ,.t r,m lww'lr In Ills
The great Picnic for 1899 will be ,.,n nn), n,.k ,,, th(. W1I)1..
1 a., I i knew there would Ih trouble, nnd
The how to avoid it was a question not
easily solved. I ordered the horse
wrangler to fetch up the saddle horses,
for I intended to move on that after
noon. The Mexican sistke to JMcfc.
and they walked oft to one side and
talked la a low tmiwnr a few minutes.
When the horses came up. 1 noticed
lioth men saddled up their iM-st horses.
"They both unwound their hisso
ropes and stretched them out side by
High Grade Tent Shows, Bands of . side, nick's rope was about 4.-. feet
Music, Electric Lights, Electric
Fountain and a 20,000 Candle
Power Search Light.
Aug. 19, 1899.
Charles Dierrick from Altoona is
here on a visit with his family, who
have been visiting his wife's mother.
The next day, as she was abodi 'frs. Clem Shellev.
ball a enr, his ear caught a sound of a r. sn(j jjrs. Harry Natbacs bave
voice saying: "Flowers, 6 eents a tm. tO their home in NewTor t,
net.ng tDeir yaesQon at the
JrTrTand Mrs. L. W.
In John D.
at Tarrytown, u folks held a
era arranged like vier at twelve
l.y which one can. teD round at
The hands, which, of cowflDjnT.
move, are made of dandelion Jr
open at 5:30 a. m. anrt
m. AmoBt'-": r
and begins to close at llJ socia
fuUy close until noon; the Jje ,8
beard, which opens at 4 1 Leon-
eloses at 4 p. m.; the tatuxday.
which opens at 4 a. m. .die visit
loon; the morning glory, jntertain
.ily, pimpernel and mar in the
at 5, 7. 8 and 9 a. m.; thcbing, il
lehem, which closes at 1;-, n'av
flower, which opens at- i8lgnds.
ty of night, which oi pATrrrE
"That Is tbe girl." be muttered
Is the picture of Xella."
Why is this man talking In this man
ner? We shall have to turn back and
read the past pages of the history of
the present Hon. Frederick Nelson.
Years ago at college, he had for. a
room-mate a young man about his own
age, named Leroy Seymons.
Leroy was a youth of steady habits
and good character. Tr.'.." soon beca"!,
..rf cause a
drifting apArt of the two. At an enter
tainment given by the students they
both first met Nella Stanton. Unlucky
day! Both met to love. One night in
the secrecy of their room they agreed
that each should do bis best to win, and
that neither should Interfere with the
NH1a favored Leroy and when he
propu-d was accepted. When Freder
ick was told by Leroy that he had been
accepted the Wow was bard, and near
ly stunned him. Then, as he fully real
ized that Nella, whom he loved nigh
onto madness, loved Leroy, his grief
and rage knew no bounds.
He accused Leroy of treachery," say
ing he had not given him fair play. lie
ended by calling htm a traitor to tbe
holy bonds of friendship and saying
be never wished to see his face again.
Staaned by such treatment, Leroy ut
tered not a word, but, collecting his
things, left the room.
From that day to this Frederick Nel
son and Leroy Seymons had not looked
Into each other's faces. Shortly after
Frederick read of the marriage of Le
roy and Xella.
All this time Leroy and his young
wife were living happily together in a
One year, two years, passed, and the
couple were blessed with a beautiful
little daughter, whom they named Erla.
She was tbe pride of their hearts; all
their thoughts and plans were for her
alone. One day a cruel blow fell upon
the head of Xella. Leroy had been
killed! O. the terrible anguish! But she
would be brave for her baby girl's sake.
After their money was gone Xella
hired some cheap rooms and supported
herself and Erin by her needle. And
Dow she depended on her daughter for
support, as her fragile health prevented
her from even this nieuns of support.
Meanwhile Frederick had married a re
fined girl named Lottie Ashley, whom
after the first grief and disappoint
ment pussed away, he loved. His one
desire now wss to see his old friend
and ask his forgiveness. Instead of
boarding the car he retraced his steps
and walked to where Erla waa stand
ng. "I will ;ake the whole basket," he
. ta'A In a business-like tone. Erla could
have fallen at his feet for gratitude.
She bad sold only two bunches all this
oiomiug and now to sell the whole bas
ket, and tnamma so much needed some
Uttlv luxury, and now she would have
It. Happy tears filled her lustrous eyes,
and she said In a tremulous voice: "O,
sir, you are so kind!"
Xot yet sure as to the correctness 1
the deal which had taken such posses
sion of him. he asked In a low voice. In
which the eagerness was hiddcn:"What
Is your name?" "My name Is Erla Sey
mons. sir." This was the chance hi
had coveted: It was his time. "Erla Sej
mona!" he ejaculated in a well-feigned'
surprise; "I used to know a man by
the name of Leroy Seymons."
"That was my dear father," replied
Erla in a choking voice.
"Where Is lie now?" he asked In ex
citemeut which he could not suppress.
"He is dead, sir." This was. Indeed,
hard when he thought himself ao near
"And your mother?" he asked, with
"She ia feebie."
blue convulvulus, at 2 t,
Roya Who f nc
Thirty years ago Mr. i
man In Xew York state, hi EAU'
a day or two. It was rain
and not a season for stilly. tujr(j
tomer arrived from a dist Grand
his horse, and went into ttjj ftj
of a farmhouse, where twvc r n
. , . 5, o, 7,
cracking nuts. ;raA
"Is Mr. H. at home?" i lTP aa
"Xo. sir,'; sold the oldest, l,8
mering at a nut. --.Jadel.
"When will he be b for the
"Dunno, sir. Mebb-h fre from
The other boy, Jiu? will be $3;
followed the man ou5; from Eliz
not here, but I can h" proportion
be said, with such a.'ate point,
manner that the stra, September
little Irritated, "top:retnrn until
him through the nt by
tbe trees, and left blijj , ent at
"You have sold the g g ? g
have had this season gfjy cents
greatly pleased, said . , ?. '
turn. led to Sep-
"I'm sure," said Joe, '
to help as Jim If I'd thou
A few years a fterwi Washing
boys were left by their 'tysburg,
ure and death with $2!K) otlefields
Joe bought an acre or tw (reduced
He has worked hard, but li 23.
discontented man. Jim bo .
grant's ticket to Coloradt POSI.
cattle driver for a couple rj
with his wages bought lai
an acre, built himself eALVAHIA
ried. His herds of catt
by the thousand, his hExpofiHiolJ
up for town lots, andlia Gn Sep
one or the wealthiest lueijl Nov-
"I might have done 1' interest
brother said lately, "if '.urrinr in
time. There's as good U'entolittl
long and Tedro's about ISO feet. Pedro
drew his knife from his belt and cut
his ropo the exact length of IHck's.
Then they coiled up their rojcs care
fully, nnd each man led his horse In
opposite directions until they were
about 1H yards apart. Then they
mounted like a flash and rode toward
"I stood holding my horse by the
bridle and watched every' move. I will
never forget .tbe locS -ri !:Ste'aBii iniir
tlef on'tlieMexiean's face. Ills Hps
were apart, showing bis white teeth,
and a wicked smile sienied to play
about his month. I tick's Jaws were set
tight, and a look of mingled fear and
rage combined on his savage face.
"They rode slowly toward each oth
er for nbotit "0 yards, watching each
other like n coup!c of caged panthers.
Then they made a dash, and both ropes
fhot out like a streak of lightning.
Ith men dodged nnd escajM-d. In an
lusYxnt they had gathered up their
ropes" and begun to circle around and
"I could "lir?r the swish of their
ropes as they swui'.Ctheui around their
heads, each man try'.nj- to get sonic
advantage. They ehnrgtfd lack and
forth, and finally both threw their
ropes again. It was a cl-rvSillor
Dick, for the Mexican got his rope over
1 lick's head, but Hick threw It oft be
fore he could pull up the slack.
"In an Instant I'edro had gathered
up his rope and threw It again and
caught Pick around the head nnd one
nnn. He drove the spurs Into his horse
and started across the prairie, but like
a flash Pick's hand went to his pistol,
and lefore the Mexican could pull him
from his horse Hick sent a bullet
through his head, nnd the Mexican
fell to the ground dead.
"But Ilck was Jerked from his horse
with terrible force, for the Mexican
had made the end of his roiv. fat to
the saddle horn. The Mexican's horse
ran a short distance and then stopped.
and liefore I could gvt to him one of
the other Mexicans hail ridden up and
emptied his six shooter Into Pick's
body. He then put spurs to his horse
and soon disappeared across the prai
rie, and that was the hist I ever saw
The other Mexican told me that
was the third duel of that kind that
I'edro had fought and always got his
man." Seattle I'ost-Intelllgencer.
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mat 1 mm m ." I-.. i- I . :.. ; .--v A
wt a. niHMi i -
.- -ab vnrr SHELF MT
tC " "v HOME
There's as good stuff
u.i n a In nnv 1 fvr
wife, "but nobod'--"e" ' PP--not
enough yeasf-'Jaenient. The
tLou-h disasr. entBand, Sousa's
Quick, widc-awakei, Innes'Band,
ds leaven in a dun jmcl other eel
nral. But it can tni8h music al
?nts and acquire, Plaisance,
:-hooses to keep b'to the fan,on8
pr,.u,pUy and bBT t Chicag0f
BeniT Chinese village,
crobats and cub
I A Frayying Tjondon
Dr. Colles, at-g Wild
Dublin, who d? r.-.ti- j mnv
able for hispla . u wy,
jiU trull ira na iux- . .
i.--., i:r, it,Pfrmente have al
ness, one guinea, idolin, Guitar,
For atteinptingmd for a grand
stump of a tooth, oan singing so-
For telling him t
III than I was. one e' Pennsylvania
For nothing that 1 ell excur-
that he probably t0
pay me enough last I -s
Two years have passed. Mrs. Sey
mons has regained her health and is
Hvinir comfortably (thanks to her j What some public
friend. Frederick Nelson). Erla Is a I better terminal facR
Javel, taleated aialdea t 20. .
e until No
A remark made by a 0-year-old boy
on a certain occasion waa the natural
result of confusion In his small mind,
but It caused amusement to the by
standers. The house In which he had first seen
the light of day had been torn down to
make room for a wider street, and the
little boy. holding fast to his father's
hand, viewed tbe ruins with grief and
"Why, papa!" he cried sorrowfully.
"Why, papa, I wasn't born anywhere
now, was I?" Youths' Companion.
Soared Too Hick.
"Yes, that's Ouggenthorp. lie made
a fortune once by inventing a road
"What did he do with his money?"
"He sunk It In a skyscraper.' Chi
Cats are held In great reverence in
Persia. The shah alone has B0 of
them, and each one has an attendant
of Its own, with a special room for
meals. When the shah travels, the
rats go also, being carried by men on
A ThNsmad Tona-aes
Could not express the rapture ol Annie
E. Springer, of 1126 Howard stree', Phila
delphia, Pa., when she found that Dr.
Ring's New Discovery for Consumption
had completely eared her of a hacking
congh that for many years had made life a
harden. AU other remedies and doctors
conld give ber no help, bat she says of this
Royal Core "it soon removed tbe pain in
my chest and I can now sleep soundly,
something I can scarcely remember doing
before. I feel like sounding its praises
throughout tbe Universe." Bo will every
one who tries Dr. King's New Discovery
lor any troable of the Throat, Cbest o -
Luogs. Price 60c and 91. Trial bottles
fre at M. P. Crawford's Drag Store; every
Tickets will be sold September 2,
3, 4, 5, and 6, good to return until
S-ptember 7, inclusive.
tabbed the Clrars
A atarlltnr incident, of which Mr. Jo.n
Oliver, of Philade'phia, waa the subject, is
narrated by him a follows: "I waa in a
most drnadfa condition. My Ain was al.
moat yellow, eyes innken, tongue coited,
pain continn lly in back and aides, no
appa ite rdnslly growing weaker day
by day. Three physicians bad given me
np. Fortunately, a friend advised trying
'K'ecTic Bitters.' and to my great j V and
surprise, the first bottle a decided improve
raent. I continned their nse for tore
weeks, and am new a well man. I know
they saved my life, and robbad the grave
of another victim." N one shoo Id fail tn
try tbem Onl 60o, guaranteed, at M. P.
CrawforJ's Drag Store.
to tork, pa , via pennsylvania rail
road, accouht besqci-centen-
On account of the Sesqui Centen
nial to be celebrated at York, Fa,
September 3 to 6, 1899, tbe Fenn
avlvania Railroad Company will sell
THE KOBISOXS IX XEW MEX
ICO. The Albuquerque Xew Mexico
Journal lies on our table and con
tains a great deal of valuable in
fornintion relative to that far away
country, but that which immed
iately interests the Jnniata readers
is that there are Jnniata people
there. The Journal speaks par
ticularly of Dr. L.' B. Robison.
The doctor is a son of Shellburn
Robison, deceased, late of Milford
township. The Journal also re
fers to A. M. Robison, who is well
known to all Mifflintown and Pat
terson people. The Journal says:
"One of the most substantial
and highly respected citizens of
Grant county is Dr. L. B. Robi
son. The doctor is a graduate of
the medical department of the Un
iversity of Maryland and came to
Xew Mexico in the early '90s. He
immediately chose Pinos Altos as
one of the most desirable and
healthful locations lor residence
and here he has lived ever since.
Iu that time he has gained the en
tire confidence of the people and is
everywhere recognized as one of
the liest physicians in Grant coun
ty. He is the company physician
and liesides has established a large
practice in the neighboring dis
tricts. Dr. Robison is also a pharm
acist of considerable ability and is
proprietor of one of the neatest
drng stores to be found anywhere.
Two years ago in recognition of
his high standing in the commun
ity, he was appointed post master
of Pinos Altos and, assisted by a
younger, brother, is giving the
most complete satisfaction v' ... .. ...
"Don't shoot ti'l you know to a
certainty what yon are shootirg at."
You've seen the distress a cumber
of time?, that was brought by shoot,
ing before knowing to a certainfy
what was to ba shot at. And now
that tbe shooting season is near at
hand, a word of caution to those who
contemplate shooting game may be
in plaoe. The best lesson by way of
caution is a distressing illustration,
and here it is, dated at,
Stboudsbubo, Pa , Aug. 16
Hampton Predmore a well known
farmer shot and killed his aged
neighbor Godfrey Tranenc-ef "nearH
shawRes tms county, having mistatc-
ta him for a ground hog aa he was
lying on tbe ground.
T ran sue. who resided on the mid
die road about two miles from Shaw
nee, and adjacent to tbe farm of ex
County Commissioner Jacob Transue,
went out to shoot ground nogs, a
sport be was particularly fond of.
Transue walked to the property leas
ed by Hampton Predmore.
Finding traces of a ground nog, be
lay down among a lot of high weeds
and resting his head on his hand,
awaited the arrival of the animal.
In the meantime a son of Hamp
ton Predmore informed his father
that be saw something dark moving
amorg the weeds not far from the
house, and believed it sua ground
hog. Predmore secured a riflo and
crept after tbe'srpposed ground-hog.
Following tne usual custom in bunt
irjir tbe animals, he got within fifty
yards or so of the weeds and await
ed a chance to shoot.
In a few moments Transue moved
his head and Predmore thinking it
was a ground-hog fired bis rifle.
An examination showed that the
bullet had entered the right temple,
coming cut about an inch above the
Send for a copy of Dr. Hamph
rey'B Mannal of all diseases and doc
lor yourself at home. Sent free on
request. Humphrey'" Medicine Co.,
New Tork city.
NIAGARA FAtAS EXCilRSIOSI
LOW KATE VAOATIOS TRIPS VIA PENN8YL
The Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany has selected the following dates
for its popular ten-day excursions to
Niagara Falls from j-uiiaoeipnia.
Baltimore and Washington: Jury
August 10 and !U, September 7 and
21 and October 5 and 19. An i-x-perienced
tourist agent and chaper
on will accompany each excursion.
Excursion tickets good for return
passage on any regular train, exclu
sive of limited express trains, within
ten days, will be s-ild at $10 from
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton and all points on the Delaware
Division; 11.25 from Atlantic City;
$9.60 from Lancaster; $8 50 from
Altoona and Harrisburg; $6.90 from
Sunbury and Wilkesbarre; $5.75
from Williamsport; and at proportion
rates from other points. A stop-over
will be allowed at Buffdo, Roch
ester, Canandaigua, and Watkios
within the limit returning.
A special train of Pullman parlor
cars and day coaches will be run
with eachr xcursion. An extra charge
will Le made for parlor car seats.
Tickets for a side-trip to the thou.
sand Islands (Alexandria Bay) will
be sold from Rochester in connec
tion with excursions of July 27, Aug
ust, 10 and 24, September 7 and 21,
trood to return to Rochester or to
Canandaigua via Syracuse within five
davs at tbe rate of So 50.
Tickets for a side trip to Toronto
will be sold at Niagara Falls for 91
00 on July 29: August 12 and 26.
and September 13. In connection
with excursion of September 7, tick.
ets will be sold to Toronto Fair.
For time i f connecting trains and
further information apply to nearest
ticket agent, or address Geo. W.
Boyd, Assistant General Passenger
Agent. Broad Street Station, Phila
w If PllllUi.
lorn S. Attoww. '-'
Oa If ala atrset, ta placa of
ay-Cotloetlag aa Ooavsyaaetag lo.
ly attended to.
triLBER FORCE iCBWETBB,
ness promptly attended to.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
THE APPETITE OF A COAT
Is envied bv alt poor dysocpfics whose
Stomach and Liver are out of order. All
inch should know that Dr. King's New
Life Pills, tbe wonderful Stomach and
Liver Remedy, gives a sp'endid appetite,
sound digestion and a regular bodily habit
that insure perfect health and great energy.
Only 25c. at H. P. Crawford's drag store.
August 22, 1899.
Wheat 72c; Corn 3Tc; Oats 27c;
butter 20 to 25cts; eggs 15c; sugars
4 to 5Jc; live chickens 7 to lie a
lb; best potatoes, five-eighth of a
bushel 35 to 40c; first rate sweet
potatoes 91.25 to $1.50 a bbl; ap
ples 50c to 91.25 for five-eighth
bushel basket; grape 8c; peaches
91 .25 to 91 .50; grapes, 81b basket
40 to 45c; beef cattle 93.10 to 9.60;
heifers 92 to $3; hogs 94.80 to 95.
10; sheep 92 to 94.65.
That Throblag- Headache
Would quickly leave yon, if you used
Dr. King's New Lite Pilts. Thousands of
sufferers bave proved their matchless merit
for Sick snd Nervous Headaches. Tbey
make pure blood and strong nerves and
build up your health. Easy to take. Try
tbem. Only 25c, Honey back if not
cured. Sold by H. P. Crawford, Druggist.
At a Ueorgia camp meeting a gooa
brother continually repeated in the
course of a long prayer:
"Lord, send the mourners np higher I
Bend em np higher right away 1
A storm waa brewing outside, and as
tbe hurricane swept down on them the
brother qualified his closing petition
"But not through the roof. Lord I
Don't send 'em throagh the roof 1 That
would be too high !" Atlanta Ooastt
Hungry Hlggios Hera is an ad. ia
the paper that aays "save your old
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right, but I bet tbe feller that giws that
" barb wira fence in Croat
MJRRUGE LICENCES GRJffTXD.
M.a.xaAirroa,Ba. darww nxaawroao
jytL D. U. CRAWFORD SON,
ive formed a partnership for the practice
Medicine andTheb, coli.tterU brchoj.
Office at old stand, corner of Third
aag streets, Mifflintown, Pa. Ona or bott
.v tbem will be found at their office at aU
times, unless otherwise professionslly en
gaged. D .... , nitr
April I st, low.
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental
College. Office at old eataDiisuou
nation, Bridge oire, upp"
House, JMifflintown, ra.
iTJ- Crown and Bridge work;
Painless Ex traction.
All work guaranteed.
August 18, J.899, David Shots-
lierger of Fayette township and
Ada Hopple of Delaware township.
Aug. 19, James M. Kennedy of
Soruce Ilill township and Grace I.
Kauffnian of Spruce Hill township.
1TLINTOWN OR&IX MAFKK1S
MIFFLINTOWN. AUG. 23, 1S09
Wnost new 62c. old 65
C m in enr.......... .... ..... 40
",:(,, . ..... .... .. new 20
Rio erel $2 tof 2.50
Timotbv seed fl.40
Chop 85c to 90o
Ground MunBalt 75
American Salt.. 60e
LEQAt ADVERTISING i
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOIi DETECTIVE LICENSE.
Notice is hereby given that Samuel
Lapp has filed his application in the
Court of Quarter Sessions of Juniata
county, under the Act of Assembly of
this Common wealth, for a license as a
detective with principal oftice in Juni
ata county, and the raid application
will be presented to the urt, on Mon
day, September 4th, 199!).
Mitttintowii, Pa. W. II. Zkikkks,
Clerk's L. 8.
Aug. 15, 1899. , 3t.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing account has been filed in the
Frothoiiotarv's Ofnce of Juniata, couti
tv, and the same will be presented for
continuation and allowance to the
Court of Common Pleas of said county,
on Tuesday the 19th day of Beptenilier,
A. D., 1899, when and where all per
sons interested may attend if they
The first and final account of C. W.
(iraybill and S. 8. Uraybill, assignees
in trust for the ttenelit of the creditors
of C H- Graybill of Monroe township.
W. H. Zkidkk.s,
Prothonotary'" Office, Prothonotary
Aug 19, 1899.
Whereas, the Hon. JEREMIAH
LYONS, President Judge of the Court
of Common Pleas, for the Forty-First
Judicial District, composed of the coun
ties of Juniata and Perry, and the Hon
orable WM. 8WARTZ and W. N.
STERRETT, Associate Judges of the
said court of Common Pleas of Juniata
county, by precept duly issued and to
me directed for holding a Court of Oyer
and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, and General Quarter Sessions of
the Peace at Mifflintown, on the
FIRST MONDAY OF SEPTEMBER.
1899, BEING THE 4TH DAY OF
Notice is hekeby given, to the
Coroner, Justices of the Peace and Con
stables of the County of Juniata, that
they be then and there in their proper
persons, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, with their records, inquisi
tions, examinations and Oyer remem
berances, to do those things thai to
do those things that to their offices re
spectfully appertain, and those that are
bound by recognizance to prosecute
against the prisoners that are or may
be in the Jail of said county, be then
and thereto prosecute against them as
shall be just.
Rv an Act of Assembly passed the
6th day of May, 1854, it made duty of
Justices of the Peace or the several
counties of this Commonwealth, to re
turn to the Clerk of tbe Court of Quar
ter Sessions of the respective counties,
all the recognizances entered into be
fore them by any person or persons
charged with the Commission of any
crime, except such cases as may ba
ended before a Justice of the Peace, un
der existing laws, at least ten days be
fore the commencement of the session
of the Court to which they are made
returnable respectively, and in all cases
where recoiniizances are entered into
less than ten days before tbe com
meneement of the session to which they
are made returnable, tbe wtid Justices
are to return the same iu the same
manner as if said Act bad not been
Dated at Mifflintown, tbe 29th day of
March in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and ninety
S. Clayton Stones, Sheriff.
Schedule in Effect May 21,
Wav Passenger, leaves Philadelphia
at 4 30 a. m; Harrisburg 8 00 a. m;
Duncannon 8 35 am; New Port 9 0
a m; Millerstown 9 15 a. m; Durword
9 21 a. m; Thompsontown 9 20 a. m;
Van Dyke 9 S3 a. m; Tuscarora 9 36 a.
m; Mexico 9 40 a. m; Port Royal 9 44 a.
. - fifflin 9.10 a. m: Den holm 9 5o a.
m: Lewistown 10 13 a. m; McVeytown
10 38 a. m; Newton Hamilton n ou a.
m; Mount Union 11 06 a. m; Hunting
don 11 32 p. m; Tyrone 12 20 p. m; Al
tnn l Oft n m: Pittsburg 5 50 p. m.
Mail leaves Philadelphia at 7 00 a. m;
TTorritlinnr At 1 1 4H a. m: Allium I 11
S. m: Lewistown 1 30 p. m; Hunting
on 2 29 p. m; Tyrone 3.12 p. m; Al
toona 3 45 p. m; Pittsburg 8 40 p. m
Aitnnnn Accommodation leaves Har
risburg at 5 00 p. m; Duncannon 5 34
p. m; Newport 6 02 p. m: Millerstown
6 11 p. in: Thompsontown tt zi p. m,
Tuscarora 6 30 p. m: Mexico 6 38 p. m;
Port Royal 6 38 p. m; Mifflin 6 43 p. m;
Twholm ft 49 n. m: Lewistown i Ui p.
m; McVevtown 7 30 p. m; Newton
Hamilton? M n. m: Huntingdon 8 20
n. m: Tvrone 9 02 p. m; Altoona 9 35
Pacific Express leaves Philadelphia
at 11 20 n. m: Harrisburg at 3 WO a. m
Marvsville 3 14 a. m. Duncannon 8 29
a. m. Newport 3 52 a m. Port Royal
4 2.ia.rn. Mifflin 4.30 a. m. Lewistown
4 .V2 a m. Newton Hamilton 5 33 a. m
Unntiiicdon 6 03 a. m. Petersburg 6 19
a. m. Tvrone 6 52 a. m. Altoona 7 40 a.
m Pittsbunr 12 10 a. m.
Ovster Express leaves Philadelphia
at 4 35 p, m. Harrisburg at 10 a) p. m.
Newrmrt 11 00 n. m. Mifflin 11 40 p. m
Tfu-istown 11 58 n. ru.: Huntingdon 12
55 a. m. Tvrone 1 32 a. m. Altoona 2 00
a. m. Pittsbunr 5 80 a. ni.
I Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12
25 r m Harrisbure 3 45 P. m. Duncan-
! non 4 10 n. m. Newport 4 30 p. m. Mif
flin 5 02 n. m. Iewistown a 22 R nt
Mount Union 6 03 p. m. Huntingdon
6. 22 tj. m. Tvrone 6 59 p. m. Altooua
7 35 p. m. Pittsburg It SO p. m.
Altoona Accommodation leaves Al
toona &h 4 40 a. m. Tvrone 5 01 a. m
Petersburg a 25 a. m. Huntingdon 5 37
a. m. Newton Hamilton 6 01 a. m. Mc
Veytown 6 17 a. ra. Iewistown 6 38 a.
m. Mifflin 6 58 a. m. Port Royal 7 02 a.
m. Thompsontown 7 17 a. m. Millers
town 7 26 a. m. Newport 7 35 a. m
Duncannon 8 00 a. m. Harrisburg 8 8:
Sea Shore leaves Pittsburg at 2 50 a.
m. Altoona 7 15 a. m. Tyrone 7 4S a. m
Huntingdon 8 30 a. m. McVeytown 9 15
a. m. Iiewistown 9 3- a. m. Mifflin 9 55
a. ni. Port Royal 9 59 a. m. Thompson
town 10 14 a.m. Millerstowu 10 22 a
m. Newport 1 32 a. m. Duncannon 10
54 a. m. Marvsville 11 07 a. m. Harris-
bursr 11 25 a. in. Philadelphia 3 00 p. m.
Main Line Express leaves Pittsburg
at 8 00 a. m. Altoona 11 40 a. ni. Tyrone
12 03 p. m. Huntingdon 12 35 p. m
Iiewistown 1 S3 p. ni. Mifflin 1 50 p. m
Harrisbunr 3 10 p. m. Baltimore 6 0O p,
m. Washington 7 15 p. m. Philadelphia
6 23 p. m.
Mail leaves Altoona at 2 05 p. m. Ty
rone 2 So p. m. J-tuntingaon 8 17 p. m
New ton Hamilton 3 47 p. m. McVey
town 4 20 p. ra. Iiewistown 4 33 p. m.
Mifflin 4 55 p. ni. Port Royal 5 00 p. m
Mexico 5 20 p. ni. Thompsontown 5 18
p. m. Millerstown 5 28 p. m. Newport
a 39 p. m. Duncannon b o p. m. Har
risburg 6 4o p. m.
Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 12 45
p. m. Altoona 5 50 p. m. Tyrone 6 20
p. m. Huntingdon 7 00 p. ni- McVey
town 7 44 p. m. Iiewistown 8 OH p. m.
Mifflin 8 26 p. ni. Port Royal 8 31 p. m.
Millerstown 8 57 p. m. Newport 9 05 p.
m. Duncaunoii 9 29 p. m. Harrisburg
10 00 p m.
Philadelphia Express leaves Pitts
burg at 4 30 p. m. Altoona 9 05 p. in.
Tyrone 9 33 n. ni. Huntingdon 10 12 p.
in. Mount Union 10 32 p. m. Lewis
town 11 16 p. m. Mifflin 11 37 p. m. Har
risburg 1 00 a. m Philadelphia 4 30.
At Iiewistown Junction. For Sun-
bury 7 50 a. m. and 3 40 p. ni. weekdays.
or Jfilroy 7 55, 11 45 a. ni. and 3 00
p. m- week-days.
At Tyrone. For Clearfield and Cur-
wensville 8 20 a. m. 3 20 and 7 20 p. m.
For Rellefonte and Lock Haven 8 10
a. m. l- 3U ana t it p. iu. weea-aays.
For further information apply to
Ticket Agents, or Thomas E. Watt.
Passenger Agent, Western Division,
Corner Fifth Avenue and Smithfield
J. B. HUTCH INSON, J. It. WOOD,
General Man'g'r. General Pass'r. Agt.
rawii :'l . .tf,,n
Tiie uuxy iuii uae
of Summer clothing
Crash Suits 2.
3.50 to 5 00.
Alpaca Coats. Children's Crash
Bicycle Suits. Pantaloons, &c.
Crash and Straw Hats
Go where you can get what you
want and at reasonable prices.
Curtis' Collars.-All $tyles10cts.
HOLLOBAUGH & SON.
S TO R E
THIS STORE SETS THE, PACE.
O oOo -O j
HAT'S WHY YOU LIKE IT.
Things are never dull here: never stupid. Tbe fall liU of the store al
ways has a cheerful welcome for all eMiers, and 8hoppera-absioick to decide ,
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in favor or tbe ureat values to ot ion I in our new rv,
fail -ee, red flames leav
ti us mortar, around which all
' if to see the result.
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A Specially Selected Stook of
Baoges, Cok, Parlor and Shop
Horse Blankets and Lap Robes.
LAMPS, large and small.
Come in and look around. We'll
make you feel at borne.
We bave the largest Stock and
Store in tbe oonnty.
OTT H InTlIME
K. H. M'CUNTIC,
MIFFLIN rOW N
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sent free. Oldest Money for McniiniriMUCDta.
Patonto taken tbrooffb Mono A Co. rooetvn
mpecUU motif wHbont cbarco, in tba
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THREE PER CENT
PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATED,
Money Loaned at Lowest Bates.
March 5, 1898.
Capital . . . . $60,000.
LOUIS E. ATKINSON, President.
T. V. IRWIN, Cashier.
Louis K Atkinson. W. C. Pomeroy.
John Hertzler. J. L. Barton.
H.J. SheUeu berger. W. N. Sterrett
T. Vaa Irwin.
Interest allowed on time deposits ml
the rate of three per cent, per annum. '
January 11, 1899.
TIM Salts of Hood's
ra tba largest in the world
cure ojr uooa's
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