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Republican Standing Committee.
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IVothoiiotary (Jeo. .M. Shindel.
Kcgi.-ter and Kccordcr J. J;. Arbogast.
Associate Judge .). Frank Keller.
J listriet Attorney M. I. Totter.
Jury Commissioner Irwin (irayhill.
these, and were so recognized j and could Lave
beeu settled in a day had it not been for these.
Were non-union men to be permitted to work
in the mines without molestation ? Or was the
miners' union to In? made the dictator of the
anthracite field, determining who shutild i'liil
who sli. ul 1 not work, and how the operators
.-h.niM I' ll.'?! the'r business? To these ipus-:i-:is
the answer of the eororalssivn is unmis
takable and emphatic. "No person shall be
"refused employment, or iu any way discrim
''iintt .! a r.iinst, on account of membership or
'nnn-uiriubeHiip in .my labor organizatl. -i ;
"and tin ; shall lie no discrimination against
"or interference with any employe who is n J
"a member of any labor organization by ir.oiu
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11 yn .nil ii iriaiiirfuiuiit - iitii in i j ' I I
i. k:i shall be free to sell their laUr wherever
and unm' takably answered against the union.!
No orgm." ration is worthv, 93 v the commis-.
pioner--, to be recognized that does not give to
the riglits of the tiuployers ami of non-union
workmen the same ncognition which it a-ks
for itself. We all know how little recognition
the miners' union gave last year to the tights
of those whom it called "scabs." Again, the
rejiort adversely eri ibises the manner in which
the miners' union lias be.n conducted, and says:
"The present constitution of the Un" 1 Mine
"Workers of America does, not pr- '! most
'inviting inducements to the opera!-. to enter
"into con'.raelu.,! relations with it." Finally, it
to le noted ' all disputes hereafu-r are
'n 4tobeu!- il, and, if pti.ssibh-, settle.' "by
"consultation between the supei mUiHleiit or
"l bad a most stubborn cough
for many years. It deprived me
of sleep and 1 grew very thin. I
then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
and was quickly cured.'1
R. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Tenn.
"manager f the mine or mines and the miner
they can find a purcnaser for it, and no third "or miners uirectly interested. I here is to le
party shall say 1 hem nay. We hare :vgardcd j no importation of outsiders from another State
that manciple from the outset as alMi!uu ! . ; to be navtivs to disputes between employer and
fundamental, and have assumed that the co 11- j c'nnloved. lint if such negotiations jail the d's- MB:ateeaL3B
mis.-ioii wouM necessirily allirm it. Xcverthe- pntes are to be submitted to arbitration,
less, since it was so strenuously and impudently . .
Sixty years of cures
and such testimony as the
above have taught us what
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
We know it's the great
est cough remedy ever
made. And you will say
so, too, after you try it.
There's cure ineverydrop.
Three ,l,iiimh fr nn yrUiunTy
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5 fui cUroul' crm-h :imiI to V (. on hand.
ilic Coal Siiko Report.
"A sweeping victory for the miners !"
claims one commentator upon the report of the
President's ( 'onn.ii--ioti on the Anthracite Con I
Strike. "A bomb in labor circles!" declares fin
other with coital assurance. Koth are wrong.
The report gives victory to one of the parties
to the controversy. lut it is not the miners,
nor i-: ': t'l- operators. It is rather that third
pariv v.... it. '.rests are paramount, though
too ' i' 1 . . ; : . l ed bv both the others and
..ij.ions the public. So far a-
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t..) parties first named are concerned,
partly won and partly lost, as was t
pecte.l. The public, whose demands wci
plv that justice to all should prevail, seems to
have won on every point.
First of all, and paramount above all other
Vits iu the a artl, the freedom el' labor is
:- Id and is to be maintained. That was, of
course, the fundamental issue in the strike :
that and the adnate issue of the reeogni;
denied dm ing the strike and even in the pro
ceedings before the commission, it is fitting to
point out that the report of the commission
does reailirm it in the strongest manner. Those 1
independent workmen who have been reviled
as "scab-" and have been the object of abuse,
outrage and murder are proclaimed to have
I'lpial rights with any member of the miners'
union. That is the paramount purport of the
commission's award, and it cannot be received
with too earnest approval or with too deep satis
faction. The ipiotatii !i which we have made from the
report also protects union men from adverse
discrimination by the operators. That also is
well. It is, however, largely formal. The coin
mission reports that there has been little of
such discrimination, only a single case of
ting" by employers having been proved.
The April Fi'.aiison'.s has an able article on
the work on women in Colorado polities, lte
ferrin to her work anion' the schools, the
For the past eight years women have served
as State superintendents of public instruction,
county superintendent of schools, Slate librarians,
and a few !' ' ' ' :;nl county clerks, und city
and unlv ! ' Almost without cxet pt-
i i: ii'. iM have been an honor to
l'.ut ni- lamination against non-union men by
union!. Is has been widespread and rampant,
i i.e lii.-lory'of the strike "is stained with a rcc
"ord of riot and bloodshed cnlniinatiii" in three
'-murders." Women and children were perse
cuted and put in jeopardy of death, llnveot
ting, in which 110 actual violence was used, also
prevailed, and it is condemned by the commis
sion in terms scarcely less scathing than those
j applied to riot and bloodshed. The question of
KqinMuan Standing Committee
The Republican Standing Committee
of Snyder county, will meet in the
Court House Saturday, April 11, l'.HK?,
t one o'clock.
J. K. Ykakick, Chairman.
TOURS TO THE PACIFIC COAST.
All other questions, of 1 recognition of the miners' union as a party to
wages, hours ami whatnot, were subsidiary to be dea with by contracty;s-plainly. xUscusso-l
the state and a notice to the world that, given
the opportunity and education that comes f n m
responsibility, women may achieve sumss in
anv position to which duty calls them.
The present State Superintendent of Public
1 11st ruction, Mrs. Helen j. Circnfcll, who has
become a national Ogure in school work, is now
serving her third term. She has hail the en
viable distinction of being tho only State officer
elected this . . : the democratic ticket. This
emphatic endorsement by the people coining, :.
it did, from the united educational vote and
from the members of all parlies in the State rati
fied the opinion of the tx-goyernor of Colorado,
when he said. "Mrs. (Jrenfell is the best State
Via rv-nnsjlvauia Railroad, Account
Presbyterian General Assembly.
Ft.r the (leneral Assembly of the
Presbyterian Clmrcli, at Los Angeles,
Cul., May -1 t June 2, the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company will run three
personally-conducted tours to Los An
geles and the Paeille Coast. These
tours will leave llarrisburg and Al-
toona May 12, 1:5 and 14. Tour No.
covering twenty-four days, $12S.2o
from Harrisbtir-r; 1 21 from Altoona.
Tour '... 2, e.ivefing forty-three days
inclti'lim; Vk.-li.iw S;.me Park, $24S.V5
fr.m llarrisburg ami $247.50 froni Al-
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; :i . iuiir mi, a, covering miriy
days, inelmling Grand Canyon of Ari
zona, $l.j2.2d from llarrisburg and
l')0.')() from Altooim. I'loportioiiate
rates from other points. Arrange
ments, mav be made to return inde
pendently on Tours No. 1 and No. 3.
Special Pullman trains will be used
and the services of a tourist agent,
1 ha ei .iii, buggnge master, and olliciul
su n. giap'uer will be provided on each
For itinerary giving rates and full
information apply to Geo. W Uoyd,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
' " SELINSGR0VE.
Jacob lbiek was to Washington,
D. C, last week, but from what
'trn it was a wild goose chase;
':' I had. ('own.
Miss F.lhel S'-'ioch is entertaining
Mis Mable (ieliert.
The attendance at the 2"th anni
versary of A. V. Potter and wife
in the Opera House on Thursday
last, was largely iv; iv-ented by our
citizens and m ig..lioring towns; the
refreshments were served by Caterer
V ' : the presents were nuiuer
ous and handsome.
Mrs. (iorlner, who vpent several
weeks with her son, Prof. (Jortner of
Kenova, i''tnrp"d home last week.
Miss Kate Wagcnscller is in
I'liiladilpiiia making her purchases
for the Isp.'ing trade.
Work on the new (Symnasiiim is
being pa-bed li.i-vard rapidly; with
favorable weather it will not be
long until it is completed. The
Hoard, as well as the Alumni
assiH-iation, an anxious to have it
completed .n soon as possible.
S. lb Hare, Exp, of Altoon is a
visitor to town. lie took in the
Potter fe-ti villi s.
Mrs. J. S. Wagner, who has been
out of town all winter, returned
homo Thursday evening.
Capt. Uavis l',.t called on Maj.
Pohbaek in a body on Saturday
evening after the ineceting of the
11 . :. 1...:..,. 1.: . 1 :,..i. 1 ... o
A.i!, u m-ii.g o.-' 1.;' . . .
was given a genuine surprise; 1 !
gaut refreshment- were served 1 y
. rt'.'.l that Kobett Losher
of 'ul Uidge had several
M 1 Apoplexy hist week and
:!. is iu a prccario.is condi
tion. (!eo. App, :' I' i " '- ' I'o ol'
near .Miller-bur . .-pe:'t. Su:'.day
nit 1 1 .1. S. Miller ami family.
Mrs. An. lie ICistner is on a visit
to !Vie:i.K in Pittsburg,
The rej. rl of the Si.ll.e a.i-rr.s-i'.n
v. as f '1 graphed ovi the
We-. .in I'nio.i lines Saturday, it
took several hours for its trans
mission. The reci' ! !., ' ' ! .
urdav evc'iing ! ' ' -
t ' 1 consideriiiL' the inclement
wi. l.en It was enjoyed !; a
large audience; every number was
well rendered. The ladies deserve
ere lit for the manner in which they
porforn-ed their parts. Miss Krall
mis personal magnetism to
lhoroiin..,y enthuse ! ; "-'-tudeiits
'IM 1 1 1
hanna I 'niversity is certainly a suc-
e ss under her direction.
I'. F. Jacobs of Huntingdon, foi
in ; of' this place, was a visitor to
town last week.
The new baud is progressing fine
ly; they gave our citizens some fine
iiiusio last Thursday evening.
Samuel Ilollinger has caught a
good many fish dnrirg the past
A. D. Kreamer has been dehorn
ing quite a iiuiuber of cattle this
Mrs. J. Miller and family of
Paxinos are isiting her father,
The sick have very much im
proved during the last week.
Ti . 1
1 ucie were many 01 our peque
making garden aim tin- tanners are
plowing, but th.' :,'. made it too
wet for a while.
The plaining mill is running
nearly every day.
They resumed work at the via
duct at Pauling which will employ
.r...iiy (.four y..u;:g men for 11 part
01 uie summer.
Kev. I. P. Zimmerman preached
a seHoo'i n Sunday evening in
e .: : '1 i'tho20tli auiiiver--ai
" 1 ' ' entered the min-
Mi... II. . Komig and Master
Kcide have returned from a week's
visit to relatives in P-crwick and
?di '. P.. W. Musscr spent si-vei .!
day- in Salem.
Samuel Shircy and family visited
his son, Charles in Lewistown.
Mrs. W. II. Klose was entertain
" 1 over Stmday by her daughter,
Mrs. W. F. Sellers of Lewistown.
Misses Kstella Uomig an 1 Maine
Dreese have lieeu elected ileh gates
to the Missioiicry Convention to be
held in Middleburg the latti . ji;'.r;
of this week.
Mrs. James Dreese visited her
mother, Mrs. llueben (ioss of near
Painterville, last week.
n.uite a niiniber of our people
made garden during the past wc I .
There is moro Cr-tarrh iu this
section of the country than all other
dise'ises put together, and until the
last tew years was supposed to be
incurable. For a great many years'
doctors pronounced it n local di
sease and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, piououuced it
incurable. Science has proven ca
tarrh to be a constutional disease
and therefore requires constutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
(Jo., Toledo, Ohio, iH tho only con
stutional euro on tho market. If
takeu internally iu doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful It acts
directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. They offer
one hundred dollars for anv ensn it
fails to cure. Send for circulars
Broad Street Station, Philadelphia, L
l . 1 "".lr1!'''' '
The coal business is suspended on
account of the continual high river.
Our supervisor believes in re
pairing the roads in the sprim
Kev. J. H. ICeeler and wife rn
joved a drive through tho country
of a lew hours.
Maria W. Dundore drove to Sc
linsgrove on business.
The funeral of L?vi Woodling of
Port Trevcrton was largely attend
Sallie Shafer was in town and is
pleased with her new home.
Our tax collector broke all re
cords by having the taxes all in on
the day of the Audit; w here there is
a will there is a wav.
Our township poorhouse is a
model of neatness and a money sav
er for our tax payers.
You get more goods for the same
money at Dundore; and all the
news for less money from the
'Stiuire Sechrist is supplying his
many customers with eggs of the
Notice nf fcVca will h'' Inserted free un.lcr
OiIh lieutliiiif when the billnnre printed fit thin
1. line. i lieu tlie l.lllx lire Hot urinti-d nt thin
r.o.n eentH will lie ilmiKiil. l'ernnn ex
i v tn..: in lii.ve Hiile hhoul.l H.-loct a date and
1 1.. in- l-U'iI in IMh olunin.
Till iisn V- Vnreli !S, ,7iIjii V, llnyer, will oll
'2 MuU-rt 1 ui ttnil fi.rii.ini; ln.pleinnts
Imlf-wiiy hetwiin Kremntr mill Free
buif. Tiii u-I'AV, Man li Jiitli. .T. T. Slielt. rly, n.lmin
iHtintnr '( tin' Ksti.to nf .lame- Truili, will
Hell 'JlnirHi'N, 1 mule, entile lurniinn im
liluinenti uud ltoiiseltul.l (J.'OiIh. ;
Friday. Mureli Mrs. mile Ciumler will Bell
llee Ktiiek nn.l farm implements, )t mile
Sati uhav, Miir. 1. it, nt ten a. in. SlierilT Smi-
h.'II ill mil tin- renl entntc ul O. Jlin
Kaniunjiit tlit,' i'.inrt lluutio.
Sati ui'v, March 2H. hT one o'chiek p. ni. Sheriff
s 1 1 1 1 1 1 I will ell the real estate or v. A.
Snot.k. ut the Coillt IIouhu.
nn.l neri rv-i in 1 11 1 .1
(Will lonnuiuuioin. I i - , , r.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., hest poultry in the Country
L, ,,, , 10leJo. "uio. I l)r. Krebs has an extensive prac
Nld by Druppists 75o. I .. , t -t ...
Hall's Family Pills are the best, i tu'e ovt'r a larSe territory.
E, S. Anchor has moved into tin
Firs! National Bank
cf Aid Jlcburg, Pa.
(J. Ai.KiiKD Samcii, Pres.
W. W. Wi itknmykr, Vice Pres.
J.s. Ct. Tiio.Mi'niiN, Cashier.
The late Republican Prima r
was not as much of an eve opener
as a beer keg opener.
Minnie E. Eyer of Selinsgrove
paid a short visit to Maria W. Dun
dore. Frank 15oone of Lewistown spent
a dav in town selling a mule team.
the canal at '
11 Kelly residence which he bought
y ars ago.
lohn Foltz and wife made garden
at their prospective new home.
DI UF.( TORS
G. Alfred Schoeh, W. C. Pomeroy,
W. W. Wittcnmyer, A. ICreeger,
J. N. Thompson, M. Milluer,
Jas. G. Thompson.
Accounts of Individuals, Firing and
aero-s tne canal ill,.
II I I .i , vinous...
i ii-in i iooi s is a iricai coiivemenec i T 1
, , , " . i Lard
for our coal merchants. lTallo v
A. E. Witmer took a load of ui,ickens
potatoes to Simbury Market. i gj((l
fcol. lirubaker is rebuilding hisjShuiihlcr
(ieo. Wolfs house at ' Silver
('reek is finished and makes ail im-
i " I'irm ; - : e phiwing for
' " .H! i air! .v!pring work is
pi!-',.; .1 with energy.
March is a record breaker this
year unless wc get a 'deep snow at
once to satisfy the Women with
their powerful onion snow.
1 'i.!-'.:'pet 1 20
1 l '. .' . a L25
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You fe Always Bought
Dears the y,' 'ATa.U
Biguature ot Cva&jfi-CMC&tf
Eight hour laws are ignored by
thosn tireless, little workers Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Millions are
alwava at work, night and day, cur
ing Indigestion, liiliousness, Con
stipation, Ui-k Headache and all
Stom icb, Liver and Bowel troubles.
Eis, pb asae.t, safe, sure. Only
ve. at Miildleburg Drug Store,
(lravl.il I iV Gainiaii, ltichtield, Pa
J)r, J. W..SanipBell, Ponnsereek, Tr..
Food doesn't digest well?
Appetite poor? Bowels
constipated? Tongue coated?
It's your liver ! Ayer's Pills
are liver pills; they cure dys
25c. All druggists.
Want your mnuntarhe or b.nrd a bP.utlful
brown or rich bl.ck? Then uho
uuoiviiiuiinui u ui b
to rri. of C(kw, c Q r
C' 'iIi..'."nm..M .1 '
240 Ft. Lo
7830 feet of f.,,)r
loaded down with i
GOODS at prices
speak for themalves,
Every Day Witnesses the
val of some of the N'tJ
Things for Spring.
Among the new m Stuff
Are Displaying a IWai
1 T t l- j
A Lot of New Things and
Prices Lower than the La
A Special Lot ot . il
On oar Racks at
The New Sip tills
Begun to Arrivi
$3.75, 7.50 :
In the White and Colored
Qoods We Have the I.:it?st C(
Exhibited this 5prin:,'.
Everv DnartmcU is
with new gooJs fur the Sm
300 ROLLS .N : v.' CARl'E1'
of the State.
316 Market i