Juniata sentinel and Republican. (Mifflintown, Juniata County, Pa.) 1873-1955, September 05, 1900, Image 2
s If; I ' '-' II V'i-- if ,1 i 4 t , 8ESTOEL &REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. PA. WEDNESDAY, SEP. 5, 1900. B.F.SCHWE1EH, EDITOR AND PEOPRIETOB. nePVBLICAK STATION 41. FOK PIIKSIDENT. Win. Mc Kin ley of Ohio. FOIt VICE PHESIDENT. Theodore Itoosevelt of New York. REPUBLICAN STATS TICK ET. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, Edmund U. Hardenbaugh, of Wayne. CONGRESSMAN-AT-LAROE, Galusha A Grow, of Suwjuehaiiim. Rolert 8. Foerderer, of Philadelphia. COtilTf TICKET. CONGRESS. Tha-i. M. Mahon. STATE SENATOR. James W. McKee. ASSEMBLY. T. K. IJeaver. REGISTER A RECORDER. D. Samuel Leonard. SHERIFF. Joseph M. Evans. JURY COMMISSIONER. David G. Shellenberger. Court Proceedings. Tlie regular term of Court for Sep tember, was couvened on Monday at 10 o'clock, a. M., with Judges Lyons, Swartz and Sterrett on the bench. Constable Chas- Durum was appoint ed to wait upon the grand jury and J. M. Thompson and Charles McCormick were appointed to wait upon the Court. The constables mado their returns and mauy of them reported forest fires, having occurred in their districts. The grand jury i was charged and sworn. In the divorce proceedings, Nancy E. Palm vs. Jesse Palm, order of publica tion awarded. In the estate of Amelia Emerick a lunatic, upon the petition of Josiah Gin grich, committee, order to sell said lun atic's real estate granted. Austin J. Calhoun was admitted to practice law in the several courts of this county. In the estate of William Benner, late of Delaware township, deceased, order to sell real estate granted. In th9 estate of Angelina G. McAlis ter, deceased, J. N. Keller, Esq., filed his report as auditor. H. J. Shellenberger, guardian of Net tie Clouser, was granted an order to pay expenses of his ward's schooling. John A. Yarkers was appointed guar dian of his minor child, Edna E. Yarkers. F. M. M. Pennell, Esq., filed bis re port as Auditor in the estate of Oliver P. Barton, late of Beale township, de ceased. In the divorce proceedings, Annie Harris vs. W. Elmer Harris, subpoena awarded. F. M. M. Pennell, Esq., was appoint ed a master to take testimony in the di vorce proceedings, Liimie Dillon vs. Oliver Perry Dillon. Ella Ellseeser began a procecdiug in divorce against her husband Daniel El sesscr. John J. Patterson, Jr., tiled his re port as auditor in the assigned estate of H. P. Clark. Robert A. Woodside was appointed an inspector of elections for Lack town ship election district vice V. J. llodg ers, who lias removed from that district. In the estate of Stephen L. Landis, late of Monroe township, deceased, or der granted to pell decedent's real estate. Andrew Banks, Esq., filed his report as Auditor in the estate of Agnes P. Crawford, late of Tuscarora township, deceased. In the appeal by directors of the poor. of I.ancaster county from an order of two justices of the peace removing one Baldwin Pyle, a pauper from Monroe township, Juniata county to Lancaster county, the Court filed a decree sustain ing the order of removal and ordering the Lancaster county poor district to pay the costs of the proceedings and pay the Monroe township pxr district the costs and ex peuses of maintaining the said pauper. Commonwealth vs. Alvin Strawser. Charge, fornication and bastardy. Prosecutrix, Annie E. Snyder. De fendant plead not guilty. A jury was called. The girl told her story. Straw ser went upon the stand in his own de fense, but made such serious admissions that his counsel induced him to with draw his plea of not guilty. Before eenter.ee was passed upon him, he and the prosecutrix settled the matter amonir themselves. Thus ended the ease. Com. vs. Cardner C. Gardner. Charge, selling liquor without a license and on Sunday. Prosecutor, J. F I loekenberry . After a jury was called, the defendant pleaded nolle contendere, -whick is in effect a plea of guilty. The sentence of the Court was that the de fendant pay the costs of prosecution, a fine of $550.00 and undergo imprison ment in the couuty jail for five months Commonwealth vs. Frank Warner. Charged by H. K. Spangier with steal ing a pocket-book, containing 532.00, from the house of the prosecutor on Wa ter street iu the month of July. Con victed and sentenced to the western penitentiary for one year and one month. Com. vs. Jacob II. and Morris Stouer. Charged by George Ho war with steal ing a lot of iron from an old saw-mill on Shade mountain. Verdict, guilty and sentenced to the western ' pen i ten tiary for one year. Com. vs. Charles and Milton Colyer. Charge, Cruelty to animals. Prosecu tor C. I. Yocum. Not a true bill and county ordered to pay the costs. Com. vs. George Gushard, Harry El lis and Harry Louder. Charge, agrav- ated assault and battery upon oath of Martin Green. Settled by the parties. Com. vs. Martin and Richard Green. Charge, aggravated assault and battery. Prosecutor, Harry E. Ellis. This is a companion piece tp that of Com. vs. Gushard, et al, and they grew out of a series of drunken orgies held on Bridge street between Main and Water streets. When the District Attorney notified the Court that these two cases had been settled, early on Monday forenoon, Judge Lyons expressed very vigorously the opinion that they were cases that should not have been settled out of Court. Com. vs. Edgar Hughey, Harry Sher berger and Harry Mays. Charge, As sault and battery. Prosecutor Winfield Casner. Settled by parties. Com. vs. Walter Varner. Charge, Larceny. Prosecutor, James A. Smith. Settled. . Com. vs. John Lambrick. Charge, Larceny of a pair of shoes from the brick-yard north of Patterson. The de fendant who is a stranger In this coun ty, plead guilty,, and was sentenced to the county jail for the period of thirty days. Com. vs. Elijah Brunner. Charge, larceny. Prosecutor, John C Eby. Settled. Mary Leonard and Margaret Leonard vs Samuel Leonard, No 16, September term, 1897. Assumpsit; Plea, ,-Non Assumpsit." Continued David Beale, administrator of the es tate of William Van Sweringen, de ceased, vs. William Stitt, No. 19, De cember term, 1897. Appeal; Plea "Nil Debit." Continued. J. S. McCulloch vs. Thomas Harkin sou, Joseph Harkinson, Charles A. Harkiusou, partners trading in the name of Harkinson & Co., No. 59, De cember term, 1899. Appeal; "Nil Deb it." Continued. James II. Neely vs. Thomas Harkin son' Joseph Harkinson, Charles Hark inson, partners trading in the firm name of Harkinson & Co., No. 61, De cember term, 1899. Appeal; Plea, "nil debit. Continued. John Fry vs. W. H. Krieder, No. 94, December term, 1899. Appeal; Plea, "Nil Debit" Continued. Mary C. Bennett vs. Overseer of the Poor of Tuscarora township, No 119 April term, 1900. Appeal; Plea, "Nil Debit " Settled by the parties. Samuel Kinsloe vs. George Scholl and Alice Scholl, No. 58, September term, 1900. Appeal; Plea, "Nil Debit." Verdict for defendant. In the estato of Abraham B. Snyder, deceased, order to sell decedent's real estate granted. Court adjourned until Tuesday. Sep tember 18, 1900. Bui gists broke ir.ta the post office at Red Top, a email town north of Lewisbur?, Union ccuDty, Pa., Fri day more in J a week and made way with all the money asd stamps. The son cf the post master, who beard the robbers, fired five shots, none of which took effect, In the forenoon, a farmer saw two men sitting under a tree near bis home and they inform ed him to tell tbe fellows down at the post office that "if t'aey wanted io try their band ak shooting they f-hould come up to tli9 orchards." While out picking: hackle berries on the mountain rear Selinsgrove, Snyder county. Pa., a little 8.year old son of John Btnkin, was bitten on the band by a rattlesnake. Tbe obild ran crying with terror to his father, who uoon learning tbe cause of the fright, whipped out hid pocket knife and severed the hanl at tue wrist Bv tvinsr a cord about the arm the fl w of bipod was checked and the fa' her carried tbe HI tie fel low borne where after several hours the services of a physician were se cured and the wound properly dress ed On Wednesday night a week, one of the biggest robberies ever kcon to Centre oounty, was enacted at Centre Hall. Entrance was effected into the post office by breaking a pises into the front door, whioh al lowed access to the lock, which they removed. The safe was blown open, being badly shattered acd the booty secured wos (150 in stamps; $60 in ca belonging to Miss Flora Love and $200 Presbyterian chnroh money, which post-ma3f f.r Goorga Boal had io his keeping. Tbe robbery occur red about 2 o'clock in the morning and the explosion of tho Bafo was heard by nearby residents, who fail ed, however, in locating the place. Reports from China make mention of tho acts of thievery, robbery and murder tbe murder of mon, women and children by European troops. Bbyas can be secured as a lecturer for five hundred dollars an hour. Where is the trust agent that (rets five hundred dollars an hour for talk ing. The war department of the Nation al Government will immediately send a transport to Gape Nome to bring away the penniless miners, who if left there, will all be frozen as stiff as isvcles before Christmas. A number of Alaska Indians are at tbe same place. The government will issue warm clothing to the ladians. Democbats in the 43rd Senatorisl district in Pittsburg endorsed the rommation of C. L. Magee for State Senator and indorsed him for United States Senator, and that endorse ment aroused democrats all over Al legheny county, and they held a county con veil tian end repudiated tbe nomination of Magee bv the Sen atorial conference and threaten to read the democrats out of the party, who nominated Magee. Tfe nomination of Thaddeus M. Mahon for Congress, was the last nomination to make the ticket com plete. Mr. Mahon's congressional career has been satisfactory. He did not have an opponent for nomi nation. His election in November will be only a question of the num ber of his majority. The whole ticket from the Presidential, the state and tho count-, presents a promising appearance for election in November. McKinley for President; Roosevelt for Vice President; Hard enbaugh for Auditor Ganeral; Grow and Fordener for Congressmen-at Lrge; Mahon for Congress; IMcKee for State Senate; Beaver for Assem bly; Leonard for Register and Re corder; Evans for Sheriff; Shellen berger for Jury Commissioner. Reduced Rates to Ricbxoxd. Via Pfsnstxvasia Railroad, Account of meeting of the sovereign grand Lodge, I. O. O. P. For tho meeting of tbe Sovereign Grand Lodge, I O O. F., to be held at Richmond, Vs., September 17-22 tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company j will ell excursion" ticksts to Rich mood from all stations on its line, at the rata of one fare fo the round trip. Tickets will ba sold and good good going September 14, 15, acd lg. and will be good to return until St pteicber 25, inclusive. For particulars in regard to itop off at Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, consult nearest ticket agent. "14. -a Reduced Rates to Philadelphia via Pennsylvania Railroad. For tho State League Republican Cfubs.to be bold in Philadelphia, September 17 and 18, the Pennayl Bailrosd Company, will at 11 excur sion tickets to Philadelphia from all stations on its line in the State of Pennsylvania at the rate of one fare for the round trip (minimum rate 25 cents). Tickets to be sold an.l good going September 15, 16, and 17, and to return until September 22, in clusive. al5 HOMESEEKEBS EXCUBSIONS. On the first and third Tuesdays in esch' month during 1900 from Chica go via Cuicago,.Milwaukee and St. Paul railway to p jinta in Iowa, South and North Dakota, Minnesota, Mon tana, Colorado, TJnh, Nebraska, Or egon and Washington at the rte of one fare plus two dollars for the ronnd trip, good 21 days. For fur thcr information call on or address W. S. Howoll, G. E. P. A , 381 Broad wav, Nw York or John B. Pott, D. P. A , 486 Williams street, Williamsport, Pa. dlO COLORADO AND UTAH. Special excursion tickets to Den ver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Glenwood Springs, Colorado, and to Salt Lake City end Ogdeo, Utah, will be sold from Chicago vu Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul railway on August 21st and September 4th and 18th, 1900 at rate of one fare plus $2 for the round trip. Good to re turn until October 31st, 1900. For further information call on or address W. S. HoweJL G. E. P. A., 381 Broadwav, New York or Jno R. Pott, D. P. A , 486 William St., Will iamsport, Pa. si 3 SOUTH DAKOTA AND WY01I ING. Special excursion tiokets will be sold from Chicago via Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul railway on Aug ust 21st, Sept 4th and 18(h to Dead wood. Spearfisb, Rapid City and Cus ter, S. D , and to Caspar and Sheri dan, Wyo , at one furs plus $2 for the round trip- Good to return un til October 31st, 1900. Stopovers a'lowed wesi of Omaha. Fcr fur ther information call on or address W. S Howell, G. E. P. A , 381 Broadwav, New York, or John . R. Poll, D. P. A. 486 William St, Wiil io rapport. Pa. sl5. Mifflin County Fair at Lewis town, Pa. On account cf the Miffln County Fair at Lewistown. Pa , on Septem ber 5, 6, and 7, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company wiil sell special excursion tickets, good, going from September 4 to 7, and good to re turn until September 8, 1900, inclu sive, from Newport, Huntingdon acdinter-mediate stations to Lewis town Junction and from all Stations on the Lewistown Division to Lewis tawn Boro. On September 5, 6, and 7 a special train wiil leave Lewis town Boro at 7.15 p. m. for Milroy and intermediate stations. Ou Thursday, September 6, spec ial traic for Middlebuig and inter mediate stations will lsava Lowistowa Boro at 7.00 P. M. NIAGARA FALLS EXCURSIONS September 6 and 20, Ojtobar 4 and 18, are the remaining dates for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company's popular ten-day .excursions io xia gara Fa'ls from Philadelphia, BitUi more, and Washington,. Special train will leave Washington ;8.0J a m , Baltimore 9.05 a. m. Excursion of September 20 from Philadelphia will run via Manunka Chunk and the Delaware valley; spec ial train will leave Broad Street Sta tion 8.00 A. m ; on the other dates special train will leave Philadelphia al 8 10 a. m. Round-trip tickets will b sold at $10.00 from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, and all points on the Delaware township; $21 25 from At lantic City; $9.60 from Lancaster; $8 50 from Altoooa and Harrishurg; $6 90 from Sunbury and Wiltesbsr re; $5 75 from Williamepott; and at proportionate rates from oth er points, including Trenton, lit Holly, Palmyra, New Brunswick, and principal intermediate stations. For deecriptive pamphlet, time of connecting trains, stopover privel pges, and further information apply to nearest ticket agent, or address Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Broad Street Sta tion, Pniladelpbia. sl5 A Frenchman was convicted cf kill ing his mother-in-law. When asked if he had anything to Bay for himself be fore taking sentence, he said, "Noth ing, excepting I lived with her 81 years and never did it before. " The temperature of the cucumber U a degree below that of the surround ing atmosphere. It is, therefore, appar ent that the expression "cool aa a oo sumbar" Is cientiflcally oorreo. Kiev the Hoaae. Cltleen OfiTsher. can you (hie) teO me where I (hie) live? I'm (hie) Sen ator Blgboddy, you know. - Otflcer What's yer cook's namet Citizen Mary Ana (hie) O' Brady. Officer Four blocks down and tw 4oors to yer right Judge. Dlanm4 Iw Auwtf. The Professor I have a new conua drum for too. Why la a mouse Uke a haystack? The Doctor A new conundrum! That had whiskers wken I waa a boy. mouse Is like a haystack because the eaf 11 eat it New conundrum! Ho. hi Ha, ba! The Professor That Isn't tbe an swer at all. Tbe points of resemblance are these: Ton can't Snd a needle In a haystack, and you can't find a needle In a mouse. Some people weary n exceedingly with their affectation of superior knowlpdjre.-Chic-aso Trlauoa IRISH TURNS AND. TWISTS, Sal ! k Onra Umv Tfco author of "Irish Life and Char acter" says truly that one has only to mix with an Irish crowd to bear many a laughable expression, quite In nocently uttered. As the Duke and Duchess of Tork were leaving Dublin la 1897. amid enthusiastic cheering, an old woman remarked: "Ah! Isn't It the line reception they're (eUin, goln awayT Is 1802 Dublin university celebrated Its tercentenary, and crowds of vis itors were attracted to the city. Two laborers, rejoiced at the general pros perity, expressed their feelings. Well. Tim," said one. "thlm tar clntlnariea does a dale for tbe thrade of Dbblln. and no mistake.'' "Oh. fair they dor said the other. "And whin, with the blesaln of God, we get home rule, sure we can bare as manny of thlai as we plasc." An Old woman, seeing a man polling a young calf roughly along the road, exclaimed: - "Oh, you bU'guard! That's no way to to rate a fellow crather." "Bure." said a laborer to a young lady who was urging him to send his children to school. l'd do anything for such a sweet, glntlemanly lady as yourself." Again, the laborers on a large estate decided that It would be more con venient for them If tbey could be paid very week Instead of every fortnight. One of their number was sent to place their proposition before the land agent, and this waa his statement: "If you ploase. sir, It's me desire, and It Is also I very other man's desire, that we rraave out fortnight's pay Ivery week." An exasperated sergeant, drilling a squad of recruits, called to them at last: "Ilalt!" Just ccme over here, all of ye, and look at yourselves. It's a fine Use ye're kecpln. Isn't It?" JUST A BIT OF LIFE. A Pathetic laelaeat of tbe Pawa hop! la the Metraae.Ha. Sneaking Into a small shop In an ob scure and ioverty ridden locality, the man who "went broke" at the races was realizing on a superfluous article of jewelry. A woman so poor and pinched In feature, so marked with care and desperation that It made him feel sick to look at her. was holding something under her shawl and wait ing nervously until he should have fin ished his transaction. "Walt on her. She seems to be In a hurry," lie said to the man liehlnd the counter, and at the word of permission a carpenter's plane was produced from tbe shelter of the shawl. "IIow much do you want?" queried the unmoved pawnbroker monotonous- iy. "Fifty cents." replied tbe woman, vlth a gulping In her throat and an eager look In her eyes. She clutched tbe money tightly and ran Into another creature, poor as Jieraclf. but twarlng her troubles Iu duller fashion. She had a baby's cloak, never costly and much worn, on which she wanted to borrow money, the same sum as the other woman had asked fr. The man who had been offering a diamond fplt uncomfortable. "There, give me fWJ. Tbe stone's worth four times as cinch." And. seising tbe mon ey, he hurried after the woman who had just left the shop. He was not given to acts of charity, and he felt awkward, the more so an' the woman shrank from hint as be accosted her. "I beg your pasdon," he began, "but here's $3 I bare no ran- for. Perhaps you" "No. no!" she crlod. drawing further from him. "For your child." he said gently. "My child Is dead!" crlod the woman, with a queer sob, and lied Into the labyrinth of alleys and byways that Shelters so much wretchedness. New Tork Times. Carle aa Sfesleaa Uwt, They have some very curious crimi nal laws In Mexico. For instance, it N twice as much of an offense to muti late tbe face of a woman us that of a man. The law seems to be bawd on the Idea that a woman's ltest posses sion Is her beauty and that to mar It does her a great Injury. There la another curious law. If a person should be woundad In an en counter, tbe punishment to the offend er Is fixed by tbe number of days his victim has to stay In the hospital or under a doctor's care. A line Is fixed at 40 days In the way of a general divi sion. If the injured man occupies more than 40 days In his recovery, the pen alty doubles up. Aa laiaadoat Hrend. An Impudent fraud was perpetrated upen a Manchester bank by one of its customers, who opened an account with some few hundreds cf pounds. The man. after a few wwks. drew two checks, each within a pound or so of his balance, and. selecting a bnsy day. presented himself at one end of the counter, while an accomplice, when be saw that his friend's check bad Ihho cashed. Immediately presented his own to a cashier at the other end. Both cashiers referred the checks to tbe ledger clerk, who. thinking the same cashier had asked him twice, said "right" to both checks. The thieves wore never caught Bre'e latreSeetlaa. When James Whitcomb Riley and BUI Nye traveled together giving a Joint entertainment, the humorist had great fun with the poet. Once. In In troducing Riley and hkuself to an au dience, Nye remarked. "I will appear first and speak until I get tired, then Mr. Riley will succeed me and read from his own works until you get tired." Aa Ingenious theory for the sstlins tloo sf th tuns of the various gao loglcal periods has been propounded by an engineer whoso work on western railroads takes him Into primitive co until. He says that In one great de pression la Wyoming the trees hare oean recording the rats of erosloa of the slopes for about 800 years so accu rately that th data to be obtalaed by a careful study sf tbem win be a fac- tsr of extreme lmportaacs la enabling dentists to coaiert geological nto years. Whils as has net- yet had thae to collect those data psuustly. be makes th rough dedaettoa that. cording to their records the- pliocene and plslstsesa periods weak sat about UOOXtOO years, sad that, oa this baaia, the esaisotc tuns would t ah 44000)00 rears. This wsuld Vft KB aeotogtca! time from th OC tb caaiDtiaa tWj00Oyan. Osteal fraadtaa a book of F. warn was th romantic agst ra-Wbsa I was 10, Osrad.-Ohf- BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY. John Howard Harris, President College leading to degrees in Arte, Philosophy and Science. .Academy, a preparatory school or young men and boys. , Institute, a refined boarding school for young ladies.' School of Music, . with gradnatr ing course. West College, ; a new dormitory for men to be ready for occupation September 20, 1900. For catalogue address the Regis trar. . Wm. C. Gektzinger. Sep. 1900. - Lewisbnrg, Pa. MIFFUW ACADEMY BEGINS THE . F-A-XL, TEBM Sept. 4, 1900. r' Board, Tuition and Furnished ' Room for the Term, 48. TUITION, J HA&HY OYSMGEa, Principal Mifflintown, Juniata county, Pa. A MEXDMENT TO THE CONSTI- TUTION PROPOSED TO THE CITIZENH OF THIS COMMON WEALTH FOR THEIR APPROVAL. OR REJECTION BY THE GENER AL ASSEMBLY OFTH E COMMON WEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE COMMON WEALTH. IN PURSUANCE OF ARTICLE XVIII OF THE CONSTI TUTION. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Con stitution or tue uomrnonweaiin. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Sen ate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth in General Assembly met. Tbat the following is proposed as amendments to tbe Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in accordance with the provisions of the ' eighteenth article tnereor : Amendment One to Article .ignt, sec tion One. Add at the end of the first paragraph of said section, after the words "shall be entitled to vote at all elections," the words "subject however to such laws remiiritiir ana regulating trie regisira- tiou of electors as the General Assembly may enact," so that the said section shall read as follows : Section 1. Qualifications of Electors. Every male citizen twenty-one years of j .i 1 1 : . i... age, posseHHiug iuc iuhuwiuk quaiiiica- , tions, shall be entitled to vote at all elec tions, subject however to such laws re- uuirinK and regulating the registration of electors as the General Assembly may enact : He shall have been a citizen of the United States at least one month. He shall have resided in tbe State one year (or if, having previously beeu a qualified elector or native born citizen of the State, be shall have removed therefrom and returned, within six months, immediately preceding the election). He shall have resided in the election district where he shall offer to vote at least two months immediately proceed ing the election. , ; If twenty-two years of age' and up wards, he shall have paid withiu two rears a State or county tax, which shall have been assessed at least two months and paid at least one month before the election. Amendment Eleven to Article Eight, tsecuon t-wven. Strike out from said section the words "but no elector shall be deprived of the privilege of voting by reason of his name not being registered," and add to said section tbe following wordn, but laws regulating ana requiring tbe registration of electors may be enacted to apply to cities only, provided that such laws be uniform for cities of the same class," so tbat the said section shall read as follows : Section 7. Uniformity of Election Laws. AH laws regulating the holding of elections by the citizens or for the registration of electors shall be uniform throuahout the State, but laws regulat ing and requiring the registration of electors may be enactea to apply to cities onlv, provided tbat such laws be uniform for cities of the same class. A true copv of the Joint Resolution. W. W. GRIEST, Secretary of the Commonwealth AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTI TITTION PROPOSED TO THE CITIZENS OF THIS COMMON WEALTH FOR THEIR APPROVAL OR REJECTION BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMON WEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE COMMON WEALTH. IN PURSUANCE OF ARTICLE XVIII OF THE CONSTI TUTION. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Con stitution of the Commonwealth. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Sen ate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, Tbat tbe follow ins is nroDoaed as an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania iu accordance with the provisions of the Eighteenth article thereof. Amendment. Strike out section four of article eight. and insert in place thereof, as follows : Section 4. All elections by the citi zens shall be by ballot ory such other method as may bo prescribed by law : Provided, That secrecy in voting be preserved. A true copy of tbe Joint Resolution. W. W. GRIEST, Secretary of the Commonwealth. Cefpsumptlen Surety Outvj. To Taa Sanaa: Plaase Inform yoortavlan !hat 1 hare a poslUre re ready tat Oa) abore-naioed diaraaa. By lta timely an thnnauids of hepeletr oases hare been permanently omrad. I shall be slad to esad two bottles of my remedy F&KK to an at rw re ilsrs who hare eoaenmptioa it they will send ne their Express and P. O. eilrtrses. Burbot. IniiT liOa, aWUnCM. M. &. i "- S- r I FT LTOWK ORAIK V A PR K1 S MIFFLINTOWN. SEP. rVarat' ...... ..... 6. 1900. 65 to-75 rrta in eat.... 25 to 30c Shell ed 60 . . new 80 .... fio 18 14 Oats -Rtc Bauer Eg..-. Ham Sbonlder. ................. Lsrd.e -...--. 8Mes ... 12 10 8 7 6to7cts. 40 ...... no 90 1.00 tolrlO . . 1 00 90 . 65 to 70 Cleveraeed . Timothy seed.. Flaxseed Bran Chop.. ........ ..... .. Middlings......... .... Ground lu Bait...... AsaaricaaBalt.... .... Great Cures proved by thonsarrdr of testimonials sliow that Hood's Sar saparilla possesses power to purify, vitalize and enrich the blood. Hood's Pills are the only potato to taken with Hood's rn-atiarllla. Loom B.' Aransas. F. ". raawss. ' ATBIKSOH at Fra. ATT0EN3YS- AT - LAW, MiWLINTOWTt, PA. nma-Os lfala street, fat ptae of r T denes of LoalsK. Atkrssoe ni Bridge street. rOet,18W nWallaetlBC sad Ooaveyaaciag prompt ly attended to. friXBERFORCB ICHWBTEB, ' ' Attorney-at-Law. Collections and afl legal busi ness promptly attended to. OFFICE IN COUBT HUUon.. M.n.sxaAwroBO,aa. DAawrs axaawtoas D1 iR. D. . CRAWFORD fc stw , have formed a partsembip for the pr of Medicine snd their wllstterel breaches. Office at old stsnd, earner of Third aad lOr ange streets, Miffltntown, Pa. One or bow of tbem will D rouao ai iDtnr timer, notres otherwliie prafeaiioany en gaged. April in, ibsd. H P.DERR. vaiirririL DENTIST. Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental College. Office at old established lo4 cation. Bridge Street, opposite Court Hoase, .Mifflin towD, Fa, Q" Crown and Bridge work; Painless Extraction. All work guaranteed. .. BO YEARS EXPERIENCE r ' TftaoK Maaaa Designs 'freetO Copyrights Ac !C . - .n. .kxtdh and dMorlpUpn Buy mTaMrulii onr opinion free whether n tpecfcu nolle, wltboat cbMre. In the Scientific Jfcericatt A huiasomelr UlBiitTetjd wjW- &E5?B8a ni.tion or inr MienuAe Journal. TmniBl rear: lpor month. . Sold by an newaour. mXS omSTlB r auw-wiitoiD.' GREAT 8 ALES prove the great merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Hood's Sarsaparilla sells because it accomplishes CREAT CURES. PENNSYLVANIA RAILE0AD- Schedule in Effect, May 27, 1900. WESTWARD. Wav Passenger, leaves Philadelphia at 4 30 a. m; Harrisburg 8 00 am; Duncannon 8 35 a. m; New Port 9 05 a. m; Millerstown 9 15 a. m; Durwora 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 00 a. m; Hunting don 11 82 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; Harrisburg at 11 48 a. m; juimin i u r m: lewistown 1 30 d. m: Hunting don 2 29 p. m; Tyrone 3 12 p. m; Al- toona 3 45 p. m; nttsDurg a w p. m. Altoona Accommodation leaves Har risburg at 5 00 p. m; Duncannon 5 34 ?. m; Newport 6 02 p. m; Millerstown 11 p. m; Thompson town? 6 21 js. m; Tuscarora a so p. m: Mexico owp. m; Port Royal 8 38 p. m: Mifflin 6 43 p. m: Denholm 6 49 p. m: Lewistown 7 07 p, m: McVevtown 7 30 d. m: Newton Hamilton7 50 o. mi Huntingdon 8 20 p. m; Tyrone 9 02 p. m; Altoona 9 85 p. m. Pacific Express leaves Philadelphia at 11 20 p. m; Harrisburg at 3 00 a. m. Marysville 3 14 a. m. Duncannon 3 29 a. m. Newport S 52 a m. Port Royal 4 25 a. m. Mitnin 4.30 a. m. lewistown 4 52 a m. Newton Hamilton 5 33 a. m Huntingdon 6 03 a. m. Petersburg 6 19 a. m. Tyrone 6 uz a. m. Altoona a. m. Pittsburg 12 10 a. m. Oyster Express leaves Philadelphia at 4 30 p, m. Harrisburg at IU 2U p. m. Newport 11 08 p. m. Mifflin 11 40 p. m. Lewistown 11 58 p. m.; Huntingdon 12 55 a. m. Tyrone 1 32 a. m. Altoona 2 00 a. m. Pittsbunr 5 30 a. m. Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 25 p. ra. Harrisburg 3 45 p. m. Duncan- . .A Ik . 2 OA ri noil i iu p. iii. xn i ou t. in. .mii- Hm 5 02 p. ra. iewistown a P. m. Mount Union 6 03 p. m. Huntingdou 6. 22 p. m. Tyrone 6 59 p. m. Altoona 7 85 p. m. rittHMirg 11 so p. m. EASTWARD. Altoona Accommodation leaves Al toona at 4 40 a. m. Tyrone a 04 a. m. Petersburg 6 25 a. m. Huntingdou 5 37 a. m. Newtou Hamilton 6 01 a. m. Mc Vevtown 6 17 a. m. Lewistown 6 88 a, m. Mifflin 6.58 a. m. Port Royal 7 02 a. m. Thompsontown 7 17 a. m. Millers town 7 lai a. m. Newport 7 3a i. m. Duncannon 8 00 a. ra. Harrisburg 8 SO a. m., rntiaaeipbia u.4. Sea Shore leaves Pittsburg at 2 50 a. ra. Altoona 7 15 a. m. Tyrone 7 48 a. m. Huntingdon 8 80 a. m. MeVeytown 9 15 a. m. Lewistown 9 35 a. m. Mifflin 9 55 a. m. Port Royal 9 59 a. m. Thompson town 10 14 a. m. Millerstown 10 22 a. m. Newport 11 32 a. ra. Duncannon 10 54 a. m. Marysville 11 07 a. m. Harris burg 11 25 a. m. Philadelphia 8 00 p. m. Main Line Express leaves Pittsburg at 8 00 a. m. Altoona 11 40 a. ra. Tyrone 12 03 p. m. Huntingdon 12 35 p. m. Lewistown 1 S3 p. m. Mifflin 1 50 p. m. Harrisburg 3 10 p. m. Baltimore 6 00 p. m. Washington 7 15 p. m. Philadelphia 6 23 p. ra. Mail leaves Altoona at 2 05 p. m. Ty rone 2 35 p. m. Huntingdon 317 p. m. Newton Hamilton S 47 p. m. McVey town 4 20 p. in. Lewistown 4 83 p. m Mifflin 4 55 p. m. Port Royal 5 00 p. m. Mexico 5 20 p. lit. Thompsontown 5 18 p. m. Millerstown 5 28 p. m. Newport 5 89 p. m. Duncannon 6 08 p. m. Har risburg 6 45 p. m. Hail Express leaves Pittsburg at 12 45 p. m. Altoona 5 55 p. m- Tyrone 6 27 p. m. Huntingdou 7 10 p m. McVey town 7 51 p. sa. Lewistown 8 10 p. m Mifflin 8 30 p. m. Port Royal 8 34 p. ra. Millerstown 8 57 p. m. Newport 9 05 p m. Duncaunon 9 29 p. m. Harrisburg 1000 p m.. Philadelphia Express lea yes Pitts burg at 4 SO p. m. Altoona 9 05 p. m. Tyrone 9 S3 p. m. Huntingdon 10 12 p. m. Mount Union 10 32 p. m. Lewfa towu 11 16 p. tci. Jflfflin 11 37 p. m- Har risburg 1 00 a. m. Philadelphia 4 30. At Lewistown Junction. For Sun bury 7 50 a: ra. and 3 40 p. m. week days. For Jfilroy 7 55, 11 45 a. m. and 3 00 p. m. week-days. At Tyrone. For Clearfield and Cur wen sville 8 20 a. m. 8 20 and 7 20 d m. week-days. For Bellefoute and Lock Haven 8 10 a. m. 12 80 and 7 15 p. m. week-days. For further information apply to Ticket Agents, or Thomas E Watt. Passenger Agent, Western Division! SftSfmK Aveuue and Smithneld Street, Pittsburg- J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD General Msn'g'r. General Pass'r. Agt. Blood and Nerves are very close. ly related. Keep the blood lich, pure and healthy, with Hood s Sarsaparilla and you will have no neiroaaitess7 J?3!!? Pl!,s are tter-dinner piusrsid digestion, prt-ventconstipatios The : Model , - Clothing H0L10BAUGH & SOW . J into the PENNELL BUILDING, No 129 Main Street, iCSf "5. -Ut. b.t w. bave tbo Model Clothing rattersou, a , ut9 out th fot. We have been 'EbSS&Wfar 10 ears ws. too small fer our increasing IrtT. be.?d" 5 K. wm -of sdapted for a modern clothing room, ! aTws hVd to keep most of oar clothing on shelves, now ws have tables and pieety of room and light. Ws hare our SPRING LINE HATS, CAPS, SHOES, SHlRTS, TIES, and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS now ready for inspection, and we can oandidly MJ we have . one of the most attractive up to date line, to be found i vwhere. Clothisrs of to day must be up to tbe tim-s or bs will ba left We have been in the hi-inesa for 10 years, onf enough to not be an old foggy, bat to know-That tbe latest styles sre the goods that sella, to the up to date customer We handle the Douglas Shoe the best w the world for the money. The Sweet Orr Oreralla. The Rioket Hat, in all the latest blocks. Oar lias of Worsted goods ars the finest we ever carried In Shirts and Ties wo lead all other Gent's Furnishing Houses. Ws will take pleasure in showing you through our line and know you will lose nothing in looking, and oan save you money by purobasing from as. It is no trouble to show goods, especially when you have them to show. Thanking our patrons for their patronage in tha past and asking a eontinuanee in the future whioh ws will endeavor to mend by square dealing. Wo are respectfully, Holiobaugh & Son, No. 120 MAIN STREET, PATTERSON, PA. McCLINTIC'S HARDWARE and House-Furnishing S T O R E . THIS STORE SETS THE PACE. O oOo O THAT'S WHY YOU LIKE IT. Things are never dull here; never stupid. Tbe full life of the store al ways, has a oheerful welcome for all comers, and shoppers are qui ck to decide in favor of the Great Values to be found in our new Neat, Stylish, Inviting STORE. A Specially Selected Stock of Ranges, Cook, Parlor and Shop Stoves. Horse Blankets and Lap Robes. LAMPS, large snd small. Come in and look around. We'll make you feel at home. We have the largest Stock ana Store in tbe county. OTJR NAME GUARANTEES QUALITY. It H. M'CLIWTIC, - MIFFLINTOWN. HATE 109 MOM TO DEPOSIT? ARB YOU A BORROWER ? CALL. AT- TBC flBST atlTTLINTOWN, PA. THREE PER CENT INTKRE8T PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATED, bey Leaned at Lowest Rates. March 6, 1898. , -THE Juniata Valley National Bank. -o- Pital . . . $60,000 IiOUIS E. ATKINSON, President T. V. IRWIN, Cashier DIRECTORS. V Louis E. Atkinson. W. C. Pomeroy. JohnHerUler. J. L. Barton. H. J. Khellenberger. W. N. Sterrett. T. Van Irwin. Interest allowed on time depositsrst the rate of three p cent, per anas. - ' January II, ism. The C-I . w the largast in the wo? the enaaa K. vt o" . aawna s CSKaafeeViSa a-m. wondarful, VM,pmmSS etliaitieaiidltTBar Store. OF CLOTHING, SEVENTY-SEYElir-CfTT.") "77" is Dr, Humphreys famous Specific for the cure of Grip and Golds, and tbe prevention of Pneumo nia. All druggists, 25c. 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