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SBKTINEL & REPUBLICAN
WEDiraSDAY, JUtI20, l!K)0.
KDITOB AOT PROPRIETOR.
BEFVBUCAM ST4TE TICK.-.
for auditor general,
Edmund li. Hardenbaugh,
CONG R ESSM A If -AT-L A Rd E.
Galusha A Grow, of Siisaiichnnnn-
Robert 8. Foerderer, of Philadelphia.
Mifflintown 3. A. Ellla.
v Port Royal H. 8- Dim m i ;
Spruce Hill J. M. Brackbill:
Susquehanna Joseph Miller.
Thompson town John Hopple. .
Turbett George V. Boyer. . , . :
Tuscarora Harry Huffman.
Walker James KaufTman
The Chair then announced the vote as
Senator Assembly Sheriff.
Eorc&Ban and the AtUtio have tarn. "
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jMuw-IMbrad in reJk-ioo hi R,8tn f v ' ' .
i - CONGRESS.
Thad. M. Mahon.
. ASSEMBLY. .
T. K. Beaver.
REGISTER & RECORDER.
D. Samuel Leonard.
Joseph M. Evans.
David G. Shellenberger.
hie JJemocratic primary election
. held on Saturday was full of life. In
auuitlon to the nomination for offices
that are to be Ailed under the provisions Turbett
or tne general law, was the question
of the organization of the party of the
There are leaders of public questions
x tiere are leaders of parties
, """ts imucni oi iue democratic
party in Juniata county it was not the
matter of public question, but the mat
ter of party that brought out the unter-
nfied on Saturday.
me cauaiaates wanted to use the
party, not so much on account of prin
ciple as on account of the desire to get
an omce plum, and the leaders wanted
to use the party, not so much oh account
wi principle as ou account of a de
sire for power, and love of shak
here and there getting a deliciously ripe
official plum for themselves or friends j
So between the two, between the can
didates and the leaders the old time be
grimmed party of the erring brethren
was invaded and well shaken up. The
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Districts. W S ' S 2s
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Beale 59 4 64 1 8 62
Black Log 10 O S 0 II 16
Delaware 20 14 2 15 17 83
Fayettte 82 11 70 1 88
Fermanagh.... 74 0 18 28 38 84
Greenwood ... 65 S 48 3 7 68
Lack 81 10 70 2 21 87
Mifflintown... 98 24 43 11 70 120
Milford 62 19 32 6 46 84
Monroe 75 22 15 49 83 97
Patterson.. ...104 19 35 11 75 123
Port Royal 54 3 15 1 43 60
Spruce Hill.... 54 12 59 0 10 68
Susquehanna.. 36 1 17 1 17 37
Thompson town 6 22 0 3 25 27
Turbett 37 13 12 1 38 41
Tuscarora 102 49 12S 2 25 458
Walker 22 53 8 15 56 78
Total... 1037 2S8 570 219 559 1321
Reg't'r Jury Chair-
St Rec. Com'er. man.
eovTDmeit and in njn'rimonr. At '
lonr intervals 1 he one has to
iorga ita system upr-n the other.
L' vg ajj Persia attempted to cirry
Asiatic civilization into Eorojw by
foice of arms Then e one It mi
vrtth her mighty effort tot curry Eu
ropean civilization ino Asia. ' ' Then
em Ma'ifmeliiriisivi to foro4 its civ
l.zation upon. Europe and now ag-iio
the tiJn is tura'd Bud Eirojc is
Simple Metfcada fcr Whlrll Tkey Mmr
Be Boftenea r Cntlrelr KTI
b What m 8liMtld Dm tm GuH
AcalBrt Their Caaila.
Wrinkles are the handwriting of time
on! the ' human countenance.' How
much, they give expression and char
acter, as well as Individuality, to It la
hown when ' th photographer ' re-
nnkinff an ff r to fore it oiviiigt i toncbea the negative of a picture and
muij ui io insnmen, who went out
on a lark. They were looking for some
thing to turn up They espied a yard
in which stood a tree dotted over with
nice looking apples. Let's gather a few
said Jamie. Here's at you, answered
i-atncK. They en tered th yard, hast-
enea to the tree, gave it a shake and
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Districts. n 53 Z K S .
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Beale....'. 42 21 21 41 44 19
Black Log 0 16 0 16 0 16
Delaware 19 14 20 13 13 20
Fayette 43 4S 27 61 30 63
Fermanagh.... 32 51 20 60 36 43
Greenwood.... 44 14 47 10 41 17
Lack 69 22 54 40 54 37
Mifflintown... 42 80 48 73 52 68
Milford 49 30 10 74 54 30
Monroe 66 29 35 60 27 70
Patterson 86 37 32 88 53 69
Port Roval.... 34 2-5 5 52 27 31
Spruce Hill.... 41 24 21 43 37 29
Susquehanna.. 13 24 17 19 15 21
Thompsontown 7 21 5 23 2 26
Turbett 19 32 6 42 12 38
Tuscarora 105 54 80 74 97 61
Walker 22 65 12 65 20 58
Total ...733 603 460 854 614 721
tion uson -Asii. EialaDd has well
uigh aitscrbed I'Jili ' at.tl aba ntd
otbr-f European ppop'e are fjrcir.y
(JietnstlvfB upon China.
The Chinese Bixers that arecreifc
iDg the trouble in that country ae 4
powerful secret orgtniz-xtion that are
said to Dumber ten mill.on mmbni?.
Ttey prrpare to drive a'l foreigort s
out of the counfry. Tby do r.ot
want to adopt the ways of European?
cd Amtr cins Th y have destroy
el for isn mi3'onaiy property arid
killed missionaries in nearly aM thf
foreign mission fildii ia Chi'. a
Marines from British fl ets, Frcncb,
Gerrran, Aus'rian and Russian flje's
have been landed to protvc1 life and
property of the people of tho respec
tive rations The first encounter
with the Boxrs was by. the liritiab,
who had a bit tie with two thousand
xrs on the 10th of Jane. The
The Chinese were badly whipped.
FIRST ELECTION III CCB.4.
The 1st election after the. fashion
of the American system of electing
government officers was leld in Cu
ba last Saturday, June 16. The
elections were for aldermen, may
ors, treasurers, judges and other
local officers to serve one year.
.There were three tickets in the field
of politics. The republican party
ticket; the democratic union party
ticket; the national party ticket.
wipes thorn out of existence. The re
semblance to the' Individual Is about
the same as the dried specimen of a
flower lu the botanist's herbarium Is
to the one which grows bright and vig
orous, full of life," In the meadow or
the forest 'Wrinkles are telltales of
VA-'WtD HcrtM tttrt. "
Ex-AsaUtant United States, District
AMnrnev Sutherland Tenner , of New
Tort was graduated from the Colnin
bla Law school In 1S75, when be carried
off the arst.prJsse of $300. A disap
pointed eoiuiwdtor t-on;jratulat-d him
"I snpitose It wss because your thesis
was Illegible, .'ta-tww.r. and the Judges
gave jrou the keut-Ut :f the dunht.,
Mr. Tenney. unrui!!i ;l. rt plied. "How
Diuc-h bettt-r you'v.-ould do if you
adupti-d that-" pi-ncthv In all your
workl" Ssituriia.v Kv'uk!g Pot.' ;
GnfNASnc Union and Festival (Turn
' fest) Nokth AmRicA, PhilAdea
" phi A, Jinti 17-24. Redcckd Rates
to Phiiadelphia VIA PjOnrSTLXASlA
For the ' Gvmnas'ia Union and
life's encouuters. They accumulate In J FesHva' (Tnrnfost) North American,
grief and in sorrow; they Increase and at Philadelphia, frnm June 17 24, the
grow ugly, when the will loses Its grip J Pennsylvania Rilra'l Coropanv will
on the thoughts and the nerves run Be excursion tickets o Philadelphia
riot. Each can ascertain the cause of Tfm all tfation on iia line at the
the wrinkles and Interpret the rj 0r sinele fare for the round trip.
Uonrf which have made lines and 1 cross d
lines upon his or her own face by as- - , , , . " ...
suming the muscular contractions that ':JJ 2. an3 10 retarTn JPUl
have produced them. ' June 26 inclusive., Je-17.
The principal wrinkles tliat mark the
face are those that annear on the fore- ! TEliMf ffSTOHE PARK AMD
Lena S. imnot. - F. If . Psski
Oman On lUln street, la plsce of re
Bridge street. I Oct SO. 1892
OyCoUectlDg an4 Conveyanelng yromct
ly attended to.
head, stretcliiuir across from one temnle
to another, from two to five parallel Extended tours tinder the man
lines or from one to three upright a t fTh Tonrist
ones. These lines are reprehensible . v;. T, " ,
and uniKHjessary. tlie result of a per-' Associahon, Beau Campbell, Gen
nicidus batiit of overuse of nerve era' Manager, 1423 Marquette
force, an exaggeration of energy in Building, Chicago, Pullman Sleep
thought and sixtvcb and accompanied ing and Dining Cars leave Chicago,
by self consciousness. They are usual-, Tuesday, July 10, at 10 p. m., via
ly formed early in life, and parents Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
should by persistence prevent a child Railway. Tickets include all ex-
T.,JTq!.,iriU.B tbe hM 11,6 "ne8 J penses everywhere. Address Geo.
latitude are less noble than those of vV TT , i-n
lonKitude. I n- Heafford, General Passenger
Tlie next set of wrinkles In luipor-' -agen nicago, 111.
tanee are those alnjut the eyes. Those
that are at the angles, the "crow's
feet," are pleasant lines and come from
wrinkling tlie skin In smiling or In '
laughter. In .the olden time the teach
ers of deportment nnd good looks warn
ed their pupil ngalust wrinkling the
face In the display, of hilarious emo-1
tions because of these effects. The
The summer term of the Musical
College, at Freeburg, Snyder coun
ty, Pa., will begin on Monday, Ju
ly 23, a term of six weeks for $33,
including board and tuition. . As
air schools have vacation at this
long lines and the wrinkling of the del- j time, it will give a good opportun
iente tissues under the eyes are greater jty for publte School teachers and
telltales than any other of exhaustion children to attend this term.
Last Sunday war with China
was begun. Russian, British.
Frpnoh and liimnow wm-siiin' ". , , gcnooi cnuaren to auena tnis term.
x renin inu Japanese war-SUip ( cf vital forces and the ravages of time. !. j;: ,
commanders requested the Chi- Bat hardest of all to deal with the 1 vra"v auvi
nese commander of the forts at wrinkles about the mouth. .. I home-like school for their sons and
Tnlrn tn withdraw hia fai-ooa fnrn, i Few are conscious of the nart nlnvml . UaUgDterS ShOUIU investigate the
the forts. The Chinese coniman
der opened fire on the foreign ships
and a battle of seven hours follow-
A t : 1 .. l. ..1 1... . : . l I
u.ic lire uu c i-uuipuuug me ,1 T- TtriHal, ch!a r r
vnfp t I hnirmon or rhoiVkmmirTaami
. . . . . . jsunk. lhree men were killed
ituiuuuua itiiuounccu inai lue com-
a' German war ship and seven
wounded. The American war
ships were not in the engagement.
mittee was ready to report.
The resolutions were then read by!
.. :.. .1 . . ... li. r...i 1 rr, . r T t r"'!'" u
""c'",l"c "Cl 01 gatnenng the fruit , . " : euu"rao 1 , J , The United States .Ninth Infantry
wnen o ii rr. .1.. ... v .1 Ti ir frmfiitir Tjir th. ro. jn Hint lu . .
.....a.e(uu.RU ui inem. jamiei " "
scrambled into the tree trop out of the h0116"1. capable and deserving, and the
dog's way. Patrick was not so fortun- cnoit,e of" the reople of the nation.
I he resolutions
ate, and to save himself he began run
nlng around the stem of the tree with
the do; iu pursuit. He could slide
around the trunk of the tree a little
faster than the animal and soon over
took the beast. When he came close
. enough he laid hold of the dog's tail
and held on. Then the dog's turn
came to get scared. Around and around
thjiree they went. Patrick was aw
luiy nervous and nearly exhausted.
but he was afraid to let go of the dog's
tail, bo he shouted, ' Jamie ! Jamie !"
V hat do you want?" answered Jamie.
"un I" saia Patrick, "do come down
and help hold the dog." "Xoo ! boo !"
answered Jamie, -'don't you see I'm
safe in the tree top, and you'r safe hold
ing onto the dog's tail. If I come down
anu you nold on he'll bite only nij. If
I come down and you let go he'll bite
The storm center of the Democratic
party was the championship of the
party. Wellington .Smith, a. weather-
beaten veteran iu the Democratic col
umn was a candidate. Around him
centered leader Dr. Lucian Banks, Rob
ert McMeeu, Kirk McClintie, J-. H.
ieely and other distinguished party
men. The other champion for the
chairmanship was 1 D. Musser, also
"Mme worn veteran in the Democratic
ilumn. Around him centered the
. veteran fighters. Dr. David Crawford
erd Meyers, W. K. Auman, auda
Host of other distinguished local
lights of the Democratic camp.
i'rawford smoked almost as incessantly
as Grant iu battle, and Banks some
times was in the fight with his hat off.
4i "aoawgiiiiuDcnoia me air was
flyiug full, of Democratic fur.
When it was all over, Smith had won
the Chairmanship, and McCahren the
Jury Commissionership for the Banks
champions. Backendorn the Legisla
tive nomination, Cramer the Recorder
ship nomination, Keller the Senator-
ship nomination, and Weiser the Sher-
inality nomination for the Crawford
champions. Now which is Jamie in
the tree top, and which is Patrick hold
ing on to the dog's tail ?
also endorse the
I courses of National Committeeman, J.
M. Oully, and State Chairman, John S.
Rilling, and expressed their utmost con
fidence in tbe delegates to tbe coming
Democratic National Convention.
The closing paragraph of the resolu
tions was devoted to endorsing
Regiment has been sent from Man
ila to China. The Regiment is un
der the command of Colonel Lis-
county and district tickets.
After the vote had been computed,
the Chairman announced that the fol
lowing persons had been nominated :
State Senator, J. N. Keller. .
Assembly, T. N. Heckendorn.
Sheriff, J. N. Weiser.
Register and Recorder,; G. B. Cramer.
Jury Commissioner, W. A. McCahren
THE VULTURES IU SOUTH
In London correspondence to
Associated Press is found a des-
l : a.; f t i -.
, cripuon oi jnuan icaipti ot a
the ride to Bloomfontein in' the wake
of Roberts' army from which we
take the following:
"I saw ahead of me a swarm of
vultures soaring iu as thick a cloud
as if they had been moths. As I
drew near I noticed that the bulk
of each one's body was very great.
On the ground where there were
two score waddlimr about, thev
CountyChairnian, Wellington Smith, ' seemed even larger.''' "
The following is a list of the County
Committee : "
Beale Wm. Harris, John Kelley, Jr.
Black Log J.B.Buchanan, J.S.Kyle.
Delaware A.r. Oimm, JB.Meredith.
Fayette Henry Spouhower, James
FermanaghJames Sulonff, Charles
Greenwood Adam Arnold, D. B
Lack W. A. Devinney, J. M. Clark.
Mifflintown K.'H. McClintie, J. C.
Milford G. B. M. Wisehaupt, Eph
Monroe J.W.Deckard, T.G.Dressler.
Patterson J W.Hibbs.Frauk Bousum
Port Royal II. S. Dimm, Frank
Spruce Hill H- J. Crawford, Thomas
Susquehanna Geo. L. Baruer, Adam
Thompsontown J. J. Gusler, D. Fink.
Turbett W. C. S hearer, S. R. Weimer.
Tuscarora John Allen. John White.
Walker H. D. Hostetter, W. H. Mil
A resolution was adopted endorsing
Dr J. G. Heading as Juniata's candi
date for Congress in this district. "
The resolution was not referred to
the committee on resolutions.
The convention adjourned.
Govebnob Stone has" appointed
Jesee K r!ope i,f Cheater countv.
Dairy and Food Commissioner. He
is a man 54 years old, a farmer by oc
cupation and a Quaker in religion; a
republican in politics.
The Sc. Louis strike continues.
The trouble is between the manage
ment of street railway lines and. their
employees. If it was not for the
danger to travel and the obstruction
i ! i i t
otersin the campaigu, but fewnersous ,.r i .
outside of the Judges found their way tho rilm ir uL
The Democratic Return Judges met
in convention in the Court House on
Monday afternoon to compute the vote
cast at the primary elertioir held last
Notwithstanding the intensely bitter
fight waged between the factions and
the apparent interest of the most of the
into the convention hall
G. B. M. Wisehaupt, the retiring
chairman called the meeting together.
Upon motion of Jerome Kerchner, of
minora lownsnip, j. Ji. Clark, of Lack,
was elected President of the convention
and F. P. Harris and O. H. Kepler were
elected to act as Secretaries.
Dr. J. W. Deckard moved that a com
mittee of three be appointed to draft
resolutions appropriate to the occasion
which should be reported to the Con
vention and also, that all resolutions
should be referred to this com
mittee without debate. The resolution
was agreed to, and the chair appointed,
as thiscommittee : Dr. J. W. Deckard.
Jerome Kerchner and Harry Huffman.
JuniAtA county democrats were to
busy on Monday with tbeir county
eativenlion to ev mu?h about the
hig republican National convention
in Philadelphia. To democratic mind
a Nmioo&l convention is only a coun
ty coavenlion enlarged to embrace all
tbe counties in the United States. A
county convention on a big scale..
One class of Chinese are up in arms
t drive all Europeans out of China.
They are particularly aroused against
the Cbrietian missionaries and have
been killirg them, destroying mission
property and creating a wide spread
consternation among all Europeans
and Americans in China. A crisis is
"They marked the outer edee
of the great and horrid field of car
nage. Many dead horses lay on
the veldt, and these birds wereeat
ing some and perching on the backs
"They were to be my constant
companions for three days. I was
to see hundreds and hundreds ol
them and never once by day fail to
see them. Yet there were not
enough of them to make away with
-ii it ...
an me loon mat war naa given
"Of all the pitiful, ' heart-rend
ing tights I have ever seen, none
has compared to this view of hun
dreds upon hundreds of dead and
dying horses on this one hundred
miles ofwar's promenade,
"The poor beasts had done no
man any harm in fact, each one
had lieeu a mau's reliance and to
see them shattered by shell and
then ripped open by vultures, of
ten before they were dead, was
enough to suap the tenderest
chords in one's breast. For some
reason hundreds had dragged
themselves to the main road and
there had died either in the track
of the wagons or by the side."
"My companion used totnrn'aiid
look back at these dying horses to
find that they were still straining
tneir saa eyes after the cart
Then he would say: "He is look
iug at u yei. kju, it imakes me
sick. Look, he is staring at us like
a gunty conscience."
"or my part I would not look
behind. Heaven knows it was had
ahead where horses stumbled and
fell from weakness while thehorri
i . i n . . .
uie vim urea swept in circles over
them, eager to rend their living
NEW LIFE TEA
in the battle of life by tlie muscles of merits Of the college. For cata-
the mo-ith. They, nnd uot those about logne ad dress Henry B. Moyer.
the eyes, are called Into action by ev-1 -
ery passing thought and emotion of be-1
Ing. If thoughts are pleasant, they re-1
lax; If mournful, there Is a downward
droop; If energetic, they harden; if de-j
termincu, mey compress tne lips; ir
angry, they contract still more; if hu
morous, they relax and the mouth
widens the greater tlie merrlment'the
wider the moutli nnd the cheeks par
ticipate In the pleasurable emotions,
and the parentheses, the two long, semi
circular wrinkles Inclosing the lips, ap
pear and deepen with age.
The skin, responding to the muscular
action underneath, becouies creased
and wrinkled In fine or coarser lines,
If lLHisBtUHlK mvtm WW K. m
firr.nllMtinns and all legal busi
ness promptly attended to.
0FF1C IN COURT HOUSE.
Dl.S.MXBAWTOKD, DC. BAIWC! MWOH
TJH. D. If. CRAWFORD & SON,
have formed a partnership for the prac'ice
or Med icioe and tbeir eolisttenu orancarrp.
Offlce at old ttind, corner of Third and Or
&irdtrftta.Mlfflintowi.P. One or both
o them will be found at tbeir office at all
nnces. unless otherwise rrofewioniJly en-
April 1st, 1895.
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental
College. Offioe at old established lo
cation. Kridere Street, opposite Court
House, Jlifflintown, Pa.
iTJ" Crown and Bridge work;
All work guaranteed.
inmM rMnm a skfltrh and dwcrlntinn mar x
ontcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention in probably patentable. Communica
tions strict Ir confidential- Handbook on Patenta
aent free. Ol'lest lurency for securinK patent.
Patenta taken throueb Munn & Co. recelr
jperlol aocce, without charge, m mo
HOLLOBAUGH tk SON
have noved into the PENNELL BUILDING, No 120 Main Street
Patterson, Pa., and when we state that we have tbe Model Clothing
S ore of Central Pennsylvania we state but tbe faat. We have been
compelled to keep np with km ineesveniesees for the teener, the
room we have oconpied for 10 years was tee sntall for oar inorcasiD
trade besides tbe room was not adapted for a modern clothing room
as we had to keep most of oar elotbing on shelves, now we have tablet
and pienty of room and light. We bave oar
SPRING LINE OF CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, SHOES, SHIRTS, TIES, and
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
now ready for inspeofion, and we esn eandidly say we have one of
the most altraetive cp to date Jin. s to be found anywhere. Clothiers
of to day mast be np to tbe tim-s or he will be left. We have been
in tbe business for 10 yesrs, long enough to not be an old iogcr, bat
to know that the latest styles are the goods that sells, to tbe up to
date customers We handle the Douglas Shoe, tbe best in tbe world
for tbe money. The Sweet Orr Overalls. Tbe Ricket Hat, in all
the latest blocks. Oar line of Worsted goods are the finest we ever
carried In Shirts and Ties we lead all other Gent's Furni-tjing
Houses. We will take pleasure in showing yon through our line mi
know yon will lose nothing in looking, and can save you money by
purchasing from ns. It is no trouble to show goods, especially when
yon bave them to show.
Thanking our patrons for their patronage in the past and asking a
continuance in tbe future wbiob wa will endeavor to mend by sq'iare
dealing. We are respectfully,
A bandaomely IHnatrated weekly. laraest ijr
culatloo of any clenunc Journal. Tenne. fi
year: fonr months, L Sold by all newadeaJenL
MUffl & Co.3e,Bwhw- New York
Biudi Offloa. S F SU Waahlastoa. D.C.
REAT SALES prove the great
merit of Hood's barsapanlla.
Hood's Sarsaparilln sells because it
accomplishes GREAT CURES.
And Imparts new Ufa to tho Trhole system. At
U drogKiata and rtcalcre, 25c. orient lit- mail.
If your dealer will not supply yet'. A J areas,
LANQtiATI ilED. CO., LE 80V, N. Y.
accortlluK t a-tlie display of muscular!
activity. Tlie wrinkles which more! MARlt7liJI'I E I OW LAKE SB
surely tlian any others tell of the ac-'. . .." . u
tion of time are those which run from ! 19 t charming summer
the cm s around the l.ase of the chin at resorts rcbed vi the Chicago, M.1-.
its Junction with the neck. They are wsnkee & S4; Paul Railway.
not expressive of emotion; they are " Its healthful location, beautiful
made hy the hending of the head upon scenery, cood hotels and ' , C mplete
the ueck. The wrinkles of the cheeks' immurity from, hsy fever, rnske a
are not numerous, and they require summer outinfr st Slarqiiett, Mich.,
strong agencies, such as sickness, grief . Terv attractive from the aUnd point
and nse. to bring them out." Some of 0f heaith, rest and comfort. '
these wrinkles are made by taking bad Fnr m of The r9 Superior
positions during slet-p .or crushing the n. . .WriDtiori of
the copprr conn'ry,
ur (4) conts in stamps
to pay postage, Geo. H. Hunrd,
' n-,.i o a
positions tuiriug Rieep.orcriismng tne- (J.-nntrv" cimtai
cheek upon the pillow. The soft, yield- I V 1
ing flesh is pushed upward, making' 31 qnette ana t
deep creases under the eyes, at the cor-1 B"re88, with ffl
I - L 1 1 1. -C ?
...w av,.u.u I ,
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""v iiranaiicuioiBllu uie iouowing
named persons responded to the call.
presenting the proper credentials :
lieale F- P. Harris -Black
Log George W. 8mith.
Delaware A. P. Pimm.
Fayette Joseph Lauver.
Fermanagh Charles Dumm.
Greeu wood Jacob Forrey.
Iick J. M. t'lark.
The big Convention for the re-nom
ination of McKinley for President is
goicg on in Philadeiphi-i. As far as
a l'reeidential candidate goes Mr.
AcKinley has no one to contest his
nomination. As far a he is con
cerned it is a sort of a ratification
meeting. The selection of a nomi
nee for the ViccPiesidency engages
the atteotion of the convention to the
exclusion of every other question.
Rroirnlnic and tbe Cook.
'io icotiert urowning a man was a
man. whether he was served by many
people or was tbe servant of others.
On one occasion his son Darrett had
hired a room In a neighboring bous
to exhibit his pictures, and in the tem
porary absence cf the artist Sir
Browning was doing tbe honors to a
roomful of fashionable friends He
was standing near the door wl.en an
unannounced visitor rende her appear
ance, and of course he shook bands
with her. greeting ber as he did the
"Oh, I beg pardonr she eiclaimet .
"But, please,, sir. I'm tbe cook. Mr.
Barrett asked me to come and se his
"And I'm very glad to see you." re
turned Mr. Brownlug. with ready coflr?
teey. "Take my arm and I will see
rou round." New York Tress.
Don't yon love an old fashioned
"Yes, Ifthe man who takes me out
has a new fashioned glelgn."-Chfejs.
If we did bat know bow little some
enjoy tbe great things that they pos
sess, there would not be so much envy
tn the world.
ners nnd on tbe temples.
To remove wrinkles, therefore, "one
must know their uiei'biiiiisiii and their
philosophy.-"In the tirst place. Ki's'-nl
against a flabby ami relaxed skin. This
con lie done-by dashing upon the f.iee
either very hot water or very cold or
alternating them mi l v.iillo biiui; this
rubbing the skin with the balls of the
Angers. Alcohol or cologne locghens
the skin and l:eeis It smooth. It can
be used with water, eiiiml parts. It Is
seldom that tbe skin cf the face Is too
dry. for the oily glands are oKtM-oinlly
active; but. In case it is, use distend cf
alcohol a cold cream or nil unguent
made of equal parts of white vaseline,
almond oil nnd lanolin, to which may
be nMcd a few drops of violet extract.
Steaming the face, massaging it and
tbe use of electricity are all good to
remove wrinkles. The end aimed at
by the employment of all these means
Is to give elasticity and firmness to
the skin, which enable It to resist the
action of the Underlying muscles.
If deep wrinkles have come, such as
tbe horizontal wrinkles of the fore
head, they can be removed by mechan
ical means. After painting them with '
an astringent, such as tannate of,
gylcerln, put them on a stretch byj
means of plaster, which will also be a :
means of reminding one not to wrinkle
the forehead. - Some persons' have a
facial 'skin which reminds ope of a
Estate of John D. Howell, late of
Spruce Hill township, deceased.
Notice is hereby .given that letters
testamentary on the estate of John I).
Howell, late of Spruce Hill township,
Juniata county, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned to whom all
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment
and those having claims or demands
will make the same without delay.
Schedule in Effect, May 27,
Way Passenger, leaves Philadelphia
at 4 30 a. m; Harrisburg 8 00 a. m;
Duncannon 8 35 a. m: New Port 9 05
a. m; Millerstown 9 15 a. m; Durword
9 21 a. m; Thompsontown 9 26 a. m;
Van Dyke 9 33 a. m; Tuscarora 9 36 a.
m; Mexico 9 40 a. m; Port Royal 9 44 a.
m; Mifflin 9 50 a. m; Denholm 9 55 a.
m; Lewistown 10 13 a. m: McVeytown
10 38 a. m; Newton Hamilton 11 00 a.
m; Mount Union 11 06 a. m; Hunting
don 11 32 p. m; Tyrone 12 20 p. m; Al-
toona 1 00 p. m: Pittsburg 5 50 p. m.
Mail leaves Philadelphia at 7 12 a. m;
Harrishurg at 11 4ii a. m; Antrim l 11
.p. m: Lewistown 1 30 p. m; Hunting
don 2 29 p. m: Tyrone a 12 p. m: Al-
toona 3 45 p. m; Pittsburg 8 40 p. m. -
Altoona Accommodation leaves Har
risburg at 5 00 p. m; Duncannon 5 34
p. m: Newport 6 02 p. m; Millerstown
6 11 p. m; Thompsontown 6 21 p. m;
Tuscarora 6 30 p. m: Mexico 6 33 p. m;
Port Royal 6 38 p. m; MifMin 6 43 p. m;
Denholm 6 49 p. m; Ijewistowii 7 07 p.
m; .McVeytown 7 30 p. m; ?ewton
Hamilton 7 50 p. m; Huntingdon 8 20
p. m; Tyrone 9 02 p. m; Altoona 9 35
Pacific Express leaves Philadelphia
at 11 20 p. m; Harrir"burg at 3 00 a. m.
Marysville 3 14 a. m. Duncannon 3 29
a m. Newport 3 52 a m. Port Royal
4 ' a. m. Aiitnin 4.3U a. m. Jiewistown
4 52 a m. Newton Hamilton 5 33 a. m.
Huntingdon 6 0H a. m. Petersburg 6 19
a. m. Tyrone 6 52 a. m. Altoona 7 40 a.
m. Pittsburg 12 10 a. m.
Oyster Express leaves Philadelphia
at 4 ao p, m. narrisnurg at ju a p. m.
iNewport 11 in p. m. .Mimm 11 40 p. m.
Lewistown 11 58 p. m.; Huntingdon 12
55 a. m. Tyrone 1 32 a. m. Altoona 2 00
a. m. Pittsburg 5 SO a. m.
-Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12
zo p. m. Harnsiuirg 3 45 p. m. Duncan
non 4 10 p. m. Newport 4 30 p. m. Mif-
Hollobaugh & Son,
No. 120 MAIN STREET, PATTERSON, PA.
S TOR B
THIS STORE SETS THE PACE.
THAT'S WHY YOU LIKE IT,
Things are never dull here; never stupid. The full life of the store 1
wavs has a cheerful welcome for all corners, and shoppers are quick to deoidt
in favor of the Great Values to be found in our new
A Specially Sdested Stook of
Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Shop
Horse Blankets and Lip Rbai.
LAMPS, large and smll.
Gome in and look arouad. 1 We'll
make you feel at home.
We have tbe largest Stock and
Store in the county.
Estate of David Guyer, late of Iela
ware township, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters
testamentary on the" estate of Dnvia
Guyer, late of Delaware township, Jun
iata county, deceased, have been grant
ed to the undersigned to whom all per
sons indebted tn said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment, and
those having claims or demands will
make the same without delay.
, , John Guyer,
May 10, 1900.
russet apple which has been kept a'
long time. These fine ' universal "CXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
Wrinkles are cenerallv the result of a I
querulous and dissatisfied disnosltlon. I Eate 9f William I. Wilson,
ifhip all flin luut wutmA! ...1 .1 '
naost efficient preventive of these grav-
I. Wilson, late of
Lack township, deceased.
Notice is herebv given that letters
n iinn nf timo is a rnvrnt nnH h.n. lesraiiieniarv on tne estate oi wuiiam
th? best of Hfc-Harper-e Baaar. to the nderBned to whom all per-
; - sons indebted to said estate are request-
a rateable Do-rix. ed to make immediate payment, and
He What a lot of ladles you have' thone havinir InlmH or demand- will
make known the same without delay.
- ,,' .. J. Prick Wit .son,
. - V. C. McCrijiorH.
Rorkrt McMeen, Attorney.
May 9, 1900-6t.
asked to assist yon at your reception.
Isabel! . '
She Of course, Harry. How stupid
yon are about society! I have to ask
aO those from whom I want to borrow
things. Chicago Record.
Personal experience Is the liest tench
er. I Fiave fnsted 48 liours at a time
without the slightest discomfort, but
drank In that period many gallons of
water.- of the plainest, most Croton
kind. I once had acquaintance of a
pig that fasted TOO days. A dog can
fast two months without being much
the worse. R.ibblts live three weeks
without food, while cold blooded anl
m.ils can go for years without eating.
Tlie hear In a state of hibernation
passes into a kind of trance, so we
shall not count him. The alligator like
wise "dies" In the long months of win
ter, craving no food. There is a fish
called tbe father lasher that cari live
a month out of water. That is fasting.
We have beard the tradition about the
toad that was sealed in a rock for
5.000 years and hopped about in lively
fashion when released from bis archro-
ouomous prison. A horse has been
known to fast for a month. Kxchange.
, A Kaa of Vra.na. , i... ,
. "Mamma," said little Ethel, "papa
Bust be Just awfully rich."
"Why do you think that, my child T"
"I heard him tell grandma that he
was going to bny Boston and Albany
M rri.mTOWl GftAIV MARK "IS
SlTFFLINTOWN. JUNE 20, 1900.
" fat. 65
O m hiw.... 47c Shelled J5
SirtCK. ..... 7
r!tor-f. 1 . 5to7cts.
Timothy shmI... 40
r' ax arcd ..... ...... . 60
Bran , 9 '
Chop , l.OOtol.10
MrldMncPj ......... 1 Or
Gronnd n 8a't ........ 90
amerirsoSa't.... .... ... 65 to 70
Jnne 18, 1900.
Corn 45c; wheat 80c: oats 30c;
batter 14 to 21c; egjr 13c: live
chickens 7 to 22cts a ib; new pota
toes 65c to 11.10 a barrel; tomatoes
per crate 91.25 to $2.00; encum
bers per basket 40 to 50cts; Penn
sylvania tobacco 6 to 12-14 to 18
for fillers and for fine wrappers 40
to 60c; cattle 31 to 5Jc; hogs 3 to
SJej sheep $250 to 4.70.
fiin 5 02 p. m. Lewistown 5 22 p. m.
Mount Union 6 03 p. m. Huntingdou
6. 22 p. m. Tyrone 6 59 p. m. Altoona
7 So p. m. Pittsburg 11 30 p. m.
Altoona Accommodation leaves Al
toona at 4 40 a. m. Tyrone 5 04 a. m.
Petersburg 5 25 a. m. Huntingdon 5 37
a. in. Newton Hamilton 6 01 a. m. Mc
Veytown 6 17 a.m. Lewistown 6 38 a.
m. .Mimin 6.5H a. m. Port Royal 7 02 a.
m. Thompsontown 7 17 a. m. Millers
town 7 26 a. m. Newport 7 35 a. in.
Duncannon 8 00 a. m. Harrisburg 8 30
a. m., I'nnaaeipma I i.iH.
Sea Shore leaves Pittsburg at 2 50 a.
m. Altoona 7 15 a. m. Tyrone 7 48 a. m
Huntingdon 8 30 a. m. MeVeyrown 9 15
a. m. Lwistown 9 35 a. m. Mifflin 955
a. m. Port Royal 9 59 a. m. Thorn pson-
iovn iu n a. m. Aiuierstown 10 Zi a
m. Newport 11 32 a. m. Duncannon 10
54 a. m. Marysville 11 07 a. m. Harns-
Dtirg ii z.1 a.m. rnuaaeipnia 3 00 n. m
Main Line Express leaves Pittsburg
aisiwa. m. Altoona ii w a. m. Tvrone
12 03 p. m. Huntingdon 12 35 p. m,
Lewistown 1 33 p. m. Mifflin 1 50 p. m
Harrisburg 8 10 p. m. Baltimore 6 00 n
m. Washington 7 15 p. m. Philadelphia
o p. 111.
Mail leaves Altoona at 2 05 p. m. Ty
rone 235 p m Huntingdon 3 17 p m.
Newton Hamilton 3 47 p. m. McVey
town 4 20 p. m. lewistown 4 33 p. m.
Mifflin 4 55 p. ni. Port Royal 5 00 p. m.
Mexico 5 'M p. in. Thompsontown 5 18
p. m. Millerstown 5 28 p. m. Newport
5 39 p. m. Duncannon 6 08 p. m. Har
risburg 0 45 p. m.
Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 12 45
p. m. Altoona 5 55 p. m- Tyrone 6 27
p. m. Huntingdon 7 10 p. m- vcVey-
iown i oi p. hi. jewistnwn a io p. ni
Mifflin 8 30 p. m. Port Royal 8 34 p. m!
Millerstown 8 57 p. m. Newport 9 05 p.
m. Duncaunon 9 29 p. m. Harrisburg
10 00 p m.
nila(lelphla Kxnress leaven Pittu-
Durg at 4 so p. m. Altoona 9 05 p. m
Tyrone 9 S3 p. m. Huntingdon 10 12 p.
m. Alount Union 10 32 p. m. Lewis-
town u ion. m. jwimm li 37 n.m. Ha
risborg 1 00 a- m. Philadelphia 4 30.
ai ijji8iown junction. For Sun
bury 7 50 a. m. and 8 40 n m
For ilroy 7 55, 11 45 a. m. and 3 00
p. m. week-days.
At T"yrone. For Clearfield And rs..
wensville 8 20 a. m. 3 20 nnd 7 20 pm.
For Rellefonte and Lock Haven 8 10
a. m. 12 30 and 7 15 p. m week-days.
For further information apply to
Ticket Agents, or Thomas E. Watt.
Passenger Agent, Western Division,
Corner Fifth Avenue and Smithfield
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