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Vol. xxxx. Oct. 8, 190H. Number 3
Republican Standing Committee.
Ailam-C. I'. Hia, J. T. ShawTer.
leaver -II. II. rnilt. A. II. Miimrr.
liravi-r WrlW. r. Urom, liavlil Kennliiicer.
intrf T. K Motin, .1. V. H.impll.
li;i;iiniiti -I'. V. Ili'ikilnl, I. II. I'lHleKrOve,
Franklin - ll'-nrv Krlty, .lohn i. Uv mitnicer.
.1nrk.ii .1. S. Yvnrit-k, Wm. .IhiIiI.
Mii-llflti;rjc . V. r.i'jivi-r, liunk W. Yoder.
MiililliM n-i k -Kmiik Waller. M. K.Snvder.
M.mro.- II. r. ll.-nilmk.. II. F. Finlier.
!'. nil- .1. II. Iii.y. r. W. N. How.
IVtry'. A. lliickcnl'iirL:, .1. VV. Arliiinnt.
J'l-try i'"t-.iiiiin.n fpri;:!'. W. A. tVlntciy,
N tlii-.tvr-C, I.. KuUrr.l' W.l'ovrrt.
tutu I.i'1'lrv. .1. M. l-'.ivinif.
1 i.t.iu It. I.. Foil., lli-nry Wiliiii-r.
W :i-liMKtoii -Mu liarl Moycr. J. F. Klenliourr.
KKIMT.UCAX STATK T1CKKT.
William I.. Mutinies, Delaware Co.
A i mtiii: ii:.K.i:.i.
William 1. iSnyiler, ( 'liostcr enmity.
.Il l'iiCS Sl I'KKHHt Col KT.
Joltii J. Henderson, Crawford County.
Thomas A. Morrison, McKeeii County.
lYolhiiiiotary (ieo. M. Shindel.
lleistcr r.nd Kei-order J. J. Arlmgast.
Associate .ludge .1. Frank Keller.
District Attorney M. 1. Totter.
Jury Commissioner Irwin (Jrayliill.
LITE K AMY NOTES.
ETryJoly's Magazine begins to he some
thing more than an entertaining ten eeuts' worth
ot fiction and articles. An indentity has lteen
deveIoM'd a sturdy and aggressive identity all
its own and lull of interest and promise.
Thus lar, the magazine has prided itself on
the timeliness of its features and the healthy vir
ility of its fiction. Now, it has found itself, en
tered on its own mission, headed out on its par
ticular crusade. The key-note of this indivi
duality is the article by Alfred Henry Lewis, in
the October number, "The madness of much
money." This U a scathing attack on the vulgm
displays of great wealth to which the new gen
eration of millionaires lias treated the countrt.
The October 4'Succens" is a big one. It con
tains just thirty new features. The variety is
uoticeable, each article, poem, and story having
tieen chosen with rare discrimination, go as to
make a publication of jierfect balance. The
leading feature is an inspiring and graphic life
sketch of Adelina Patti who is soon to retnrn to
America. It is one of the lie&t histories of her
life and its purpose ever written, and its authen
ticity can not be tjuestioned, for William Ams
trong, who wrote it, was sent to England by
"Success" specially for that purHise. He was
Madame I'atti's guest at her castle, Craig-y-Xos,
Wales, and she gave him all the facts on which
the article is based.
IIf.vikw of Kkvikw's
In the Review of Ileviews for ( ctobcr are two
articles on the problem of the country school
which deserve special attention. Professor Hays
ofthe I'niversity of Minnesota, writes on "Our
Farmer Youth and the Public School," showing
what is being done in many parts of the'country
through school consolidation and the development
of agricultural high schools, to give the country
hoy and girl the advantages of a connected, well
adjusted, and rational system of public instruct
ion, while Superintendent Kern, of Hock ford, III.,
in a brief illustrated article gives the results of
practical ellorts among farmer boys in his country
in the direction of interesting the boys in the
business of farming and in teaching them the
things worth knowing in their rural environment.
e irmduali. cowing to a point of more impor
tance as a trading centre and where it would of
ft r liira a tietter field for the extension of his
Next year will lie leap year. The years divid
ed by four, except that ofthe century year, 1900
are the leap years. The holidays all take a
jump of one day and the man that is looking for
ward in anticipation is informed that Fourth of
July, which fell on Saturday this year, will fall
on Monday next year.
Kvery good advertiser helps to build up the
community. Every good merchant who fails to
advertise is not only neglecting an opportunity
which could lie used to his own advantage, but
he fails to help the town to grow when it might
We offer one Hundred dollars
reward for any ease of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,Tole
do. O. We the undersigned, have
known F. J. Cheney for the last J15
years and believe him perfectly hon
orable In all business transactions
and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their lirm.
West tV: Truax, ' wholesale drug
gist, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan
fc Marvin, wholesale Druggist, To
Hall's Catarrh cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system price "") per bottle sold by
all Druj"rist. Testimonials free.
Mall's family pills are the best.
I vxzmvzvi ccacsrssa.
Wednesday, aptmbr 30.
Robert R. Weit of Kentucky, has
been appointed auditor for tha gorera- j
meat prtnttas oee. r
Commliitcmtr of Penalona War baa
returned to Washington from hia sum
mer Yacatloa. which he apent In Kan-
Our premium oflVr of Silver
ware should Interest you. Why
not investigate it. We oiler you":
Swift's eased ham, ier lb. Oi liic.
I'icnie Hams, per Hi. ( 14c.
Skin itoloKtui, per ll, (" 1 ."k
Summer Sausage, per II). ( Inc.
Mackerel, per tisli, I k:.
Cream t 'liee.se, per Hi. ( ie.
Tomutoea, per can, lite.
Com, per can, lite.
Peas, per can, llli;.
String lleaus, per can, )n(.
Our line of Groceries is com
plete and fresh. We also have a
line Hue of fresh choice
Yours for Business,
Geo. W. Burns.
Watch our advertisement?.
LCO. HilU I HO
Your Idea about Paint?
LOW PRICE is
Taint "a3 good as"
The. Sherwin-Williams'. Paint
(there's none better) cannot be sold
for less than we ask. If less is
asked, you know the quality is low
er and it's not cheap. It's poorly
made, contains poor material, or
is short measure. You get what
j'ou pay for every time.
- T .
That's what you need; some
thing to cure your biliousness,
and regulate your bowels. You
need Aycr's Pills. Vegetable;
gently laxative. i&M.'i'Z:
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use
nmr i-m up rmrmusri r r. p. iiai.i. t rn.. unrt v h.
As Sure as Shooting
15ut Shmitingis not always sure. Its mighty uncertain if
the gun isn't right or the ammunition's poor
I, Mir Ammunition will keep the best gun from shooting sure.
I'oiii't iuus have the same eflect upon (Jood Ammunition.
You must have lxth of them right.
Confession of a priest.
Kev. J no. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark;
writes, "For 12 years I sullered
from yellow Jauniliee. I consulted a
numher of doctors, hut got no relict.
Then I ilegan the use of Kkctric
Hitters and feel that I am now cured
of a disease that had me in its grasp
for twelve years." If you want a
reliable medicine for Liver and Kid
ney trouble, stomach disorder or
general debility, get Electric I titters.
It's guaranteed by Middleburg Drug
C o., (iraybill and (iannan Kichficld
and Dr. .1. V. Sampsell I'enns
The Famous STEVENS X single barrel trigger action
among others, and good ammunition. The Standard new
club shells for example, are what we want to sell you.
And (Jood Ammunition of all kinds.
Ik fforli's Greatest Tonic.
Take VIn-te-na and the good effects
will be immediate. You will get strong
you will feel bright, fresh nnd active,
you will feel new, rich blood coursing
through your veins, your nerves w ill
net steadily, ynu will feel health and
strength and energy coming back to
Sold under positive guar
antee. If it fails to benefit
YTN-Te-NA, The World's Greatest
Tanie, will euro all forms of Cough,
Bronchial Trouble, Coughs of long
standing, aud the earlicrstnges of Con
sumption. When cough syrup fails
take VIN-TH-Na and if it fails to bene,
lit you your money will be cheerfully
refund'.'d. All druggist.
A large number of Snyder County
ieni attended the Lewis). urg fair
Thursday of last week.
is the New and Better Breakfast
Food, bo different from all others
that it plcasoB everybody. Get a
package to-day at your grocers.
Tbi Gbmesbi Pf in Food Co., Li Rot, N. Z,
you your money will be refunded.
The World's Greatest Tonic
Taught quickly and thoruimhlv at small
cot. We train itudenti the war ofllclala
want tlifm trained. Big demand for opera
torn, (food paying poaftlona guaranteed to
all graduates, or money refunded.
Illustrated catalogue mailed FREE.
luMra SckMl if Tclifnr;, In f Wtoaas, fa,
go, headache, consti
pation, piles, insom
nia, lumbago and all
female disorders are
only a few ofthe symp
toms of functional
by defective eyes and
aggravated by improp
er diet, habits occu
"We are able to care
for your eyes and give
THE LEADING JEWELER.
DIAMONDS A SPECIALTY.
Jamei Owens, a plasterer, was killed
and three other workmen terlouily In
jured by a gas explosion on the root
of a New Tork hotel
By the capsizing of his boat while
fishing at West port. Mass., Henry
Steer, a prominent New York bust
nesi man. was drowned.
Thursday, October 1.
John W. LI1I. a prominent Texas pol
itician, dropped dead In a New York
hotel from heart failure.
One of four bbers was shot and
killed in Chicago by Theodore Ray, a
private watchman, whom they at
tempted to hold up.
Fire destroyed the Norfolk and
Western hotel, 12 residences and nu
merous smaller buildings at William
son. W. Va. Loss $100,000.
Governor Murphy, accompanied by
several New Jersey officials, paid a
visit to the I'nited States Military
Academy at West Point, N. Y.
II. Melville Itanna. brother of Sena
tor M. A. Hanna. has given $100,000
to the Western Keserve University,
Cleveland, O., to found a chair in an
atomy and kindred subjects.
Friday, October 2.
Over 1100 Pittsburg plumbers are on
strike for 50 cents an hour and an
Plans have been approved by tae
navy department for a law now
naval prison at Portsmouth, N. II.
While stia!ir. a ride on a freight
trn':i at I'r.ioa City, Ind.. one tramp
was killed, two fatally Injured and
five others seriously injured.
Alter being reconciled to bis wife,
Harney Ramos, of Augusta, Ga., fired
a bullet through her heart and then
killed himself. Jealousy was the cause.
A mass of human bones, supposed
to be the person who set fire to Jacob
Schar's barn, near Elizabeth, N. J.,
were found in the ruins of the build
ing. Saturday, October 3.
Sir Thomas Llpton will sail from
New York for London next Friday.
The French Jewelry exhibit for the
St. Louis fair already amounts to $4,
000,000 and Includes a $500,000 pearl
Major General Corbin, adjujant gen
eral of the army, is to be assigned to
the command of the department of the
east with headquarters at Governor's
Island, N. Y.
The official trial of the battleship
Missouri will take place on the 21st
inst. Captain Cowles, President Roose
velt's brother-in-law, will be the first
Monday, October 5.
Seven Chinamen were 'arrested at
Cleveland, O., on a charge of trying
to get into this country Illegally.
While on his honeymoon in Niagara
Falls, N. Y., Herman Hocker, of Chi
cago, went insane and was taken in
charge by the police.
Because she was placed in the Chil
drons' Home at Terre Haute. Ind., 12-year-old
Anna Kans committed sui
cide by drinking carbolic acid.
. Colonel Leoiiidns W. Spratt, one of
tin? surviving members of t!io South
Carolina secession convention, died at
Jacksonville, FIa aged 85 years.
A. Parent and J. Curtis were
shocked to deatli at Montreal, Can., by
the boom of a derrick they were oper
ating coming in contact with an elec
Tuesday, October 6.
Fifteen persons were injured by the
derailment of a trolley ear on a sharp
curve at Middletown, Conn.-
Three small children of George
Hoether, of Casevjlle, -Mich., were
drowned by the capsizing of a row
THERE IS NO SUBST1M
Attorney ueuemi ivnithTrT
ed to Washington from an v
vacation and resumed the h,..
Ey an explosion of cas Jn ,
of the Plymouth Coa! ('un,;,,.
Plymouth. Pa., seven mc
burned. The cause of the
Tl. r .. i .
fcierners large aui.attuir. st
lehem. Pa., are on strike r
hours with 10 hours- pay.
Philadelphia, Pa.. Oct. r,
was steady; winter sup. rfi-a
3.2i: Pennsylvania roller. (;,'jr
j.in; cny inins. lanrv Jc
Rye flour was quiet, at ,; -, r '
ii-i. inni nag 111111, .no. p,
i-nnlfl mil noil' ?V1..
.u.im ..... ii-'y dv-H-.
a . X' i i ? '
mill, .-u. . ciiuw. icirai. t,tjr
were quiet; No. 2 white, c'
44c; lower graues, -ii.,( n
steady; No. 1 timothy. fKfii,;':
larise uaie. ueei was stealy
hams, $20 21. Pork was fi-J,'
ily, $20.50. Live poultry, hens
old roosters, lOfglo'fec. Iiri
try, choice fowls, Inc.; olj nJ
c. tsuiier was sieauy; cn-ampf
keks were Bteany; iew Yuri
Pennsylvania, 25c. per doz. M
were sieaay; zoio juc. per bakf
Baltimore. Md., Oct. . Whrit'
nrm; spot contract. vuy7&V.
No. 2 red western. SiiLSi'
steamer No. 2 red, 52l8 52l.r-u
em, by sample, 68S0c; joutheH
graue, nig buc. txirn was eas!
5151c.; steamer mixed, iJ
4c.; souinern wnuc and y
corn. 53B6c. Oats were steaJj
2 white, 42V4c.; No. 2 mixed t
4ic. uye was nrmer; .o 2,
58V4c; No. 2 western, 595 59i,c.
Live Stock Markett.
Herr's Island, Pa., Oct. 6,-fj
were steaay; cnoice, 5.4055jo
$3.60i;4.20: prime. $5.l0'&5?5
were active: nrlmp heavv Ihiiisl
mediums, $6.656.70; heavy Yorl
$6.60 G.C&; light Yorkers. JC Ijfl
pigs, $ti 8.30; roughs. $15.;; SI
were steady; prime wothers. $41
cuus ana common, ji.oua:; c!
lambs, $3.60 5.80: veal cakes,
7.50 per 100 pounds.
GEN. BRADLEY T. JOHNSON N
The Well-Known Confederate J
Passes Away in Virgin
Richmond. Va., Oct. 6.-(ri
Bradley T. Johnson clled at the I
of his son, Iiradley S. Johnson. a:l
Castle, in Goochlanil ccnittj.
nrights disease was the la i-eol'
The body will be conv. yul ;o
more for burial beside tln sravt
wif. A confederate v.t.tsn
honor .will accompany ti.i r:?j:
the place of burial.
General Johnson was bom it i
erlck City, Md Sepfiulwr 5
and came of a distiiiKiii.li"d Mi
family, one of his anieslurs !;
been a governor of that state. H-
at Frederick City until hp iacj
to take part in the war. He ma:
daughter of Judge Saunders, o!
Carolina, at one tima Ameruati
ter to Spain. Two children wi
a daughter, who died, and a so:
ley S. Johnson.
Dry Goods Store,
Thnndm del 1
j Jb UUA MUUj J
On TLnrsdar, Oct. 8, we will Lave our realM
Millinery and Cloak Opening with the Largest
sortment, the most fetching styles and best valwj
seen in trimmed headwear and women's garnieiii
tailored suits, dress skirts, walking suits, era verren
coats, long coats and childrens coats and dresses.
We cordially invite you to attend our ope:
Dry floods, Millinery and Cloaks.
3Sa MARKET STREET,