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Altoona Evening Mirror (Newspaper) - August 27, 1892, Altoona, Pennsylvania The Altoona Mirror a 28-colninn_daily. I erred by criers for 25 cent a month the saturday Mirror Gael ded. T a palpable hit. O tuers preach about Low prices and High Quality a we practice not once Only but every Day in the year. We Are offering bargains that can to be equalled anywhere. Come and look at our dress goods carpets umbrellas underwear Muslin Hose bed spreads gloves and table Linen examine them carefully observe the Quality notice the prices and you will agree with us that we Are easily satisfied. We Are going to make it As pleasant As possible for those who Admire our methods and Trade with us. The very latest. Knights of by Tiivas. Familia faces reflected the mirrors specials the Warita in port. I lie report that the yacht and Crew were lost is untrue. Spital to Tho Alii ror. A u a k auf us 27.�?the report published n the morning pm pers that the steam yacht Wapiti was lost in the Oloivia j no a i h she is now a some statistics concerning wealth and standing of order. The following figures will give idea of the numerical strength and the this some flan c Al standing of the order of knights of pythian number of lodges in Pennsylvania 477 precut membership 47,471 increase of Mam Heishio during the year 2 6 0 amount of funds on band and laves d by pub lodges 8823,024.26 amount of widows and orphans fund $4/69 58 paid for Relief of Bro Herp. W j Bradley of a big Adelphie la Vissing friends in the City. 19<titlw a Rke 8au of or John third Avenue is ill fever. Our county reporters happenings. Hollidaysburg Lee of _ with typhoid death of mrs. John cell her Hel Glou or. Warren Everhart the a com pushed City editor of the Tribune is off on a two weeks vacation. Wiss Mary Strohle of no. 1512 eleventh Street returned this afternoon from an excursion to Niagara Falls. Mrs. Shultz and child have ail on Board i untrue old for Bun of ii 17?Lere, Ley i i visit Greencastle git cored in the Collen word p Sqq f in the l f my Quot vt1 a i a Carlisle and Huntingdon Harbor and ure entire party with in. I is was wed Fatui Iles. 197, a 40�?� report of grand master of exit Ever attempt to tap the wires. A Matveen band August i. 1891. $7, Covi Xton Tkv. Aug. 27.�?superin Szijj red Dur pm the year. 12 too. Tenders Johnson of the Covington Llu j1,1 be Harrisburg. 3 575 Western Union office unearthed an at i vol of sundry orders no. I to 88, 86 a tempt yesterday afternoon to tap the auce on band August i 18�2, Latonia wires. A Complete list of Tele a you May break Yon May shatter the vase if 3rou will a but the bargains at Morrow a will be there for you still. New bargains every Day made from the goods in the store but the lots Are too Small to advertise but it will you to be Here and see Frank m. Morrow Corner of eleventh Avenue and twelfth Street. Mrs. E. Ii. Snow Mother and Nephew i mad to afternoon for Lewistown i it Lues Barre and other Eastern cities. Sex City treasurer William Galbraith now located at roche9er, n. Y., is visit leg relatives and friends in the City Gateman Gyorok Carpenter one of us. Ii h Lii Picio not u i tji Piip a a i Van ran Lull Hue of graph instruments new valued at $3 10, a Are also to of the j the most faithful of the depot employees notice personals Etc. Regular correspond Tynce or the Mirror. Mrs John Cliber did at her Homo on Juniata Street at 9 of clock last evening Atter a Brief illness Iran typhoid fever funeral announcement in m a Day a m i error. I be driest f o Wear at the lowest prices i at the Diamond shoe Palace. The g. A it Post i i hold an ice Cream festival in the opt a House this evening. Mils Mary Bracken has returned Home from Pittsburg. Roe-and�?T3 minstrels will give an enter a Ament in Dendron s opera House on wednesday evening August is. Pj0ple we or present at Cook Whitby a circus yesterday. Umu Uvo Sov Vav Vul Ruuti cell 4 Xii. A a a xxv. A i a i Lut it us jul ulu Pivot. It j 0 pcs Truay. Were found concealed behind a lumber i Una form and fifty 8ix sections of the Fca gone to visit friends in Fulton the 11 merchants picnic and the i ii i ii of am f a i t i a in Tail in .�.1 kit .1 in i a do w flip Ftp run b a 11 aim n i an m la j i a r a. 1 Pirr to a of a % pile along the Louisville and Nashville railway two Miles Back of the Latoni Arace track. A horse and buggy which i h 1v �?T0q uniform had been hired of a Cincinnati livery firm were also found. The tappers had decamped. There is a Clew to their identity however and officers Are in Pursuit. Endowment rank. Altoona has four lodges i h a membership of about 81. And j he. Woodward of Madison. I the uniform Lank wish a i land county is membership of fifty eix. The s division City i has captured the Aret Pize at All the com i pet Tive drills at the late session of the grand Lodge in Pittsburg. Miss Emma Woodward daughter of no a to a a look for fair weather. Circus Are Over we have go Rod reasons to Westmore visiting friends in this watches watches i Noi atonal Iohp a to ,0 buy watchk8�?T diamonds and j Etc i by. As to Are Over Stock Ted with unredeemed goods. We will soil in Rcd Kem cd goods at one third value. Call in and ask to fee the above Good. A bargains in solid Gold Kings. Rothstein 14.10 eleventh Avenue pawnbroker and jeweler. Money loaned on personal property. Watches clocks end jewelry repaired at lowest prices a City treasurer Short. Ogden Utah aug. 27.-the people of Ogden Are greatly exercised Over a report that City treasurer Helfrich is a defaulter to the amount of $15,000. A late Hospital news. Mrs Mary Myers was admitted to the Hospital yet Lei Day to receive surgical treatment. Some of the Ous de casts treated were j. L. Santl Zer. Of 210 be in a ,00d was presented a in ton Avenue crush of Finger of right the citizens Bank where or. Helfrich k�?~�?�w4 to a 1 Agni keeps the City funds and where he is also a Bank clerk and the warrant was dishonoured and the statement made that there were no funds. J a ust received a car Load of Beechwood ranges in All sizes will be sold cheap. Hardware of All kinds. Roofing and spouting a specially. J. P. Degenhardt 704-708 seventh Street Altoona. F. Hesser now has the latest la carpet matting window blinds and curtains. The coolest in summer underwear and Wash dress goods the most comfortable in corsets shirts Etc. The prettiest in ribbons stockings dress patterns in everything in the dry goods line. Arcade Block. Altoona a Chih turned to death. Toledo o., aug. 27. A yesterday William Harter left his Home for work. His wife went out shortly afterwards leaving liar four children in bed. During her absence fire broke out. A passer by broke in the door and rescued three of the children but did not see the baby in the Cradle and the Little one was burned to death. Baron de sol Micro dead. New York aug. 27,-count do Alsace the French Consul confirmed yesterday the report of the death of Baron Roger de Seillier of Paris. The Consul would not say where the Baron had died. No would he make any statement of his illness. By the request of the family he said he remained silent. Strike in Cincinnati. Cincinnati aug. 27.�?eighty employees of the Meadow furniture company struck this afternoon. They demanded a decrease on the number of working hours from ten to nine per Lay. L is teared that the trouble May extend to other factories. Brecken rid go renominated. Lexington kv., aug. 27.�?w. C. P Breckenridge has been officially declared the democratic nominee for Congress from the Ashland District no candidate having appeared against him. A amp us John Mcclain c/0 second Avenue laceration and contusion of Light hand Harry Ward sixth Avenue and Linden Street incised wound of right leg. Admit de today a. E. Sweeney aged 30, of 117 fourth Avenue a brakeman la the Yard for Erysipelas discharged a a a pcs Welsh the boy who was Hurt at Huntingdon a couple of Days ago. Ile is going to h s heme in Pittsburg. Emery Melton of third Avenue who lated flnger8 0f b 8 a she Rcd Attru Eliward Kris of St Augustine who underwent treat nun fir a bruised leg outside cd tiered Edward White of 515 second Avenue aged i for con Tusi n of left knee. To. H. Adams of Bellwood for incised wound above left Eye Jonathan Folk of 1314 second Street for medical trea ment. Gcorge Smith of 2310 seventh Avenue brakeman on Pittsburg division of broken Arm. Smallpox in new York. New York aug. 27.�?three new cases of smallpox were reported to the health Board yesterday. State senator nominated. pa., aug. 27.�?Tho republicans of the Twenty third senatorial District in conference yesterday nominated b. B. Mitchell of Troy As their candidate for state senator. Additional telegraphic on and eighth pages. Filth arrested for burglary. J Flowers. We now have an unusually Fine variety of Cut flowed such As roses carnal As lillies Etc and can fill All ciders Large or Small at once. Tropical decorations a specially. To Ismall orders receive prompt attention. Syers Bros. Florists Boa Houma. Dlr Tovado Green House Ami office. Howard ave. And 9th Tommy of Conner accused of housebreaking and robbery. On the night of March 27 the residence of mrs. Bailie a. Roush 1118 twelfth Avenue was broken into and a Gold watch breast pin Collar buttons Scarf pin cuff buttons and other jewel a to the value of $200 stolen. Suspicion painted to a Young Man named Thomas of canner and a warrant wag issued for his arrest. Constable Mcgraw had been trying to locate Tommy Ever since but not knowing him by sight failed. This morning Constable a Miller took the warrant and arrested the accuse d on eleventh Avenue in Honor of their guest. Last evening a very pleasant Unity wa9 Given by or. And mrs. Ralph Vaughn in Honor of their Vissing brother Reno f Pittsburg at the Home of or Alex. Vaughn 1221 third Avenue. There were about Twenty five Young ladies and Gem Lemen present notwithstanding the heavy Shower of rain during the evening Aud All had a splendid time. About mid aunt a sumptuous Tupper was served and soon after the guests returned in me Wrd Between the drops. Or. Rieno will return Homo tomorrow lag. Ii i try even mrs. A. G Farmer left on Day express yesterday for mount Joy where she spend a few weeks with her parents and friends. Or. E. Devi in wife and Little daughter Amy who Bai been visiting or. And mrs. F. Rooder returned to their Home in j it. A City. My David Mentz or Ard family of Logan town till this , to vim the Emier of mrs. Men Zer in Greensburg. Wes Moe and county. Mass d. B. Ryan and Cimias. E. Schurtz of Pittsburg ate Viking Altoona to rinds. I tie later ii in his Way Nome from Atlantic City mrs. Annie , proprietress of or lome hotel and her daughter. Miss Matilda go to Atlantic City on monday for a couple weeks vacation. Mrs. Baksh , of 1423 Beven tenth Avenue is very a libellous by ill. We understand that Ber Phasic iss have pronounced a try ise Hope tsp. Or and mrs. John Filart of Avenue who have Bien visiting am my their friends the last three weeks in Ohio returned Home this More aug at 7 o clock miss Alta base Nick. Of Johnstown and miss Lena Rioth of sixth Avenue a left this morning for Snow she to find a week or two with friends and relatives in Wintino Allen the Forepaugh show which sex or oils Rice september 17, can led Al the office this morning. Or. Whiling s one of me most affable gentlemen on the Road. Mrs. Minnie i Anthorn wife of assistant superintendent Joseph Banthom of the Ron be Railroad shops is visiting her Mother. Or. Alice Cameron on s a Teeth Street and other reset ves in the i to. 4 examine t. Of. Suckling Stock of clothing before purchasing your fall suit. Of docious Bull dog that amuses him so i of attacking children is allowed to roam about our streets a muzzled. A meeting of the new fire company was held Lair evening. Rev j. B. Bracken d d of Pittsburg will preach in the Stu hoist Church tomorrow morning. No services in Tho evening fhe Little Poap agent was a source of much fun and amusement at the merchants picnic on thursday. Tho Jolly Dwarf executed a Jig on the dancing platform in the Liv hat manner. No Eer Vicea will a held in Tho Presby Teriaco Church tomorrow. Young people s Mee ing at 6 4>. The exercises will be conducted by George a. Joplin Secretary of the y. M. C. A. Of Omaha. City the their near picnics held today. Three picnicking part is left the this to Ding. The members of beneficial society with indies a it it to Emerald Park i reason Tho Bons of veterans went to Idlewild and the brotherhood of locomotive engineers to Nineveh. The dismal weather kept Many at Home yet the scene about the depot this morning showed that the Adverse element Carnot entirely subdue the p in c fever. The Day turned out fairly and we have no doubt Tea All the excursion lists jut in a pleasant time at their respective Leports. A suit Lor reveille. Constable Mcnealey went to Glen White yesterday where be arrested Joseph and Mary Romack. Alias they Are charged with adultery. Bah Cave Bai for their Apnoea race for a hearing to take place in this City later on be lore recorder Doyle. The Case has the nature of a Cro is suit. Bonn time ago mrs. John Cleu Skar was arrested on the charge of slander pref my by one of the parties. She entered bail for a Bearance at court and afterwards warrant were issued and Romack and his alleged wife were arrested As before stated. Tommy lives by his wis and is a card Sharp lie has Only i a nuisance i hat needs abatement lately returned to the City from a business residents in the neighbourhood of twelfth Lour and he brought a Young woman Avenue and fifteenth Street complain along whom he Calls Fici wife. She is at the neighbourhood of the German re messes. Wit Bragonier a. Russel Aukerman Samuel and Harry Hare All of the first lutheran Church left for Selinsgrove last thursday where they Are student in the must onary Institute which school opened on the Lith inst. Crisi items from Cresson. Up Etal correspondence to the Mirror. The number of guests Are decreasing yet nearly six Hundred persons took Din Ner at the Mountain a but a last 8 inday. G governor Robert e Pattison joined b s family Here a few Days ago. The Gover nor takes an Active part in amusements and when be takes a part he d yes it with the same exactness As when Jae administers the affairs of the government. When it comes to placing ten pins he can Knock Down a few More pins than the Man who runs the Alley. J. C. Ims Secretary of the p. R. A is Here with his family enjoying a much needed rest. The Register for the past week still continues to show a Long list of new names but must omit the list for want of room a be v Days since one of our citizens took his watch which for Fame unknown reason failed to Mark the ii eting hours correctly to big jeweler to have it repaired. L Pon examination the works were found to be Rufty a j. Tho watch had teen won duping the heated term a id the perspiration of the wearer had of d into it Aud mated tee works. A Accident of stirred Here yesterday morning Whilt ii almost resulted in the death of a Little girl while driving along Allegheny Street a ii Rise belonging to or. Howard Wen became frightened at the Street p Oce Ision of gook amp Whitby a circa which we then passing Aud dashed madly along the Street. When in the Vicinity of the Luthern Church it Carne in collision with a team be aging to or. George stiff a of Jante Creek. Mrs stiff Jar and Little laugh or were also in the buggy. All Wco thrown violently upon the ground. Or. Aud mrs. Stiller escaped with slight injuries Bat the child was thought to be dead she was carried to the office of or g. W. Smith but it was several hours before she regained con a sourness no hones were broken and save the Shock Tho child is unhurt. She will recover White spreads for in the Altoona be had at Money Are Gable amp cos. 75c. Is i of to Etc., Etc., Etc. Note Oil rec Price Good it f a Hsi to on Dre in Bellwood news breezes. Regular correspondent to the Mirror. The afternoon train on the p. Do n. W. R r. Was detained Over half an hour near Rick out. A blast put c to 15 min Ute before the train was due threw a lot of Rock on the track blocking it and break ing a rail. We f. Gable i to. Car Naan Lowther will Sun on monday it a i i a sport to attend Dickinson Columbus supposed to be a mrs Fenner whole husband is in jail in Phil tade Phi As she Baa bean seen wearing some of the stolen formed Church is made a trusting place by lewd persons of both sexes. Every evening men May be seen loitering about jewelry it. Was thought advisable to Arrett in the Shade of the Church waiting for per excursions and picnics her Hie Altoona Clearfield Aid Northern e. Scenic line of it tier and office Roe performed tha duty. About the same time Constable Mcgraw served a warrant on ick of Connor of 1301 fourteenth Street father of Tho a Fie is charged with being a accomplice having a guilty knowledge of his sons doings. Patrick gave bail before Alderman Rose but his son and wife Are still in Durance the c ulcers think they can connect Tommy with numerous other offences committed in the City recently. The hta Riog will take place next saturday. By Wilh the Popso Monock resort improvement company the grounds will be free. Shady Groves pure Spring water atmosphere always Cool and refreshing panoramic scenery. All kinds of innocent cames and amusement a Lawn Tennis croquet base Ball. Shooting gallery s Alley Pool of Buford. Kink a. Try Jug Oshlo a la a on Ita ,8 sacred concerts every sunday afternoon. Excursion rates will he made in is Day and Friday of each week at Sicot m3 trip of Odd of s info a special Dally evening excursion ticket will be sold at sir Ole fare 29 rents round Good. On Day of stale Only from 4 p. A. Until a or Cut or trip further information Call on or address of a a a Patterson president and general manager. E. S Forney wholesale and retail dealer in All kinds of apis carts. Burnies harness Etc. 120.2 eighth ave Altoona. Shell and Monte men make a haul at Hollidaysburg. A swarm of a indie a accompanied the circus that showed at holidays by g Yea ter Day. The country n who journeyed to the Burg to see the elephant go around were easy victims. William Bice of carom lost $105 bucking up against a sharper a own game. John Bubert of Mountain Aud George Lang were sjt111 do ai5 801 land it Williamsburg wast Niche fir $25, and William Dodson of roaring a Priam dropped $17. Many others who kept it a net were fleeced for various sums. Warrants were issued for the arrest of the swindlers but they he found. Sons with whom appointments have been made. The pastor of the Church and other residents in that locality Are heartily tired of this practice and they would like to have the police Force break it up. Gable so a saturday Sale a in the gents furnishing department. One lot of gents 25c. Half Hose go today at 123. A pair. A Tew a re of those Fine fancy dress shirts Laundr cd at 89c. Another lot in Landried at 89 \ a a a a at 75c one lot of gents neckwear reduced from 50c. To 29c. Another lot reduced from 25o. To 19c. Never miss the a saturday Sale in the gents fam Ishing department at Gable amp . Office cd Load just received Ano will be sold cheap. To gig dealers. With Roar bags Nti h0u9e�?T the seventh Quot a finish you from the Futory ? Quot prmt8d�?T a up Quot a a a a a a a funeral notice. The funeral of miss Susan r. Davis of 1303 sixteenth Street will take place to to Row afternoon at 8 30 of clock ser vices at first lutheran Church ment in Fairview cemetery. Table oilcloth 15 cents a y Ard All perfect and the beat Quality. We also sell shelf oilcloth at 5 cents a Yard Blair oilcloth cents a Yard. Franks Novelty store 1309 eleventh Avenue. Inter City tax. I now have the duplicates for the cite tax of 1892. By the act of Assembly of May 23, 1889, a penalty of 3 per cent must be added september i and one per cent additional each month thereafter paid until h. E. Ferguson City treasurer. Office Cor. E events Avenue and ninth Street. A Pale investment that is the opinion of a i those who Are so fortunate a to be the possessors of our shoes in addition to their cheapness in Price-1, they possess All the Points essential to Wear Comfort and fit try a pair and you will Wear no others. A kill a Mammoth 8boe store. 1116 e Veuth Avenue.1 races at Juniata Park on Day. Or. A. L. Burkholder Altos can a Mon Eucce Efful Man Ger of sporting events has made arrangements for an athletic exhibition on the Juniata base Ball grounds on Columbus Day. He has already booked several entries for races to be run the afternoon of that Day. In the too Yards Aud half i e dash e. W Gearhart Geo. Baker and Harry Kellinger will contest. For the one and Brej mile races Paul Huber k. C Hewitt and w. F. Ii. Hollingsworth have entered. As the Entrance fee is Only $3, or. Burkholder sex Ped to have Many More contestants on Bis list before the Day arrives. The winners of first prizes will receive a hand some Gold championship medal and ten per be at. Of the Gate receipts will be divided Between them. Five per cent of the Gate receipts will a divided among the winners of second prize. The Keystone band will furnish music at the Park and every arrangement will be made for the com tort and amusement of the Public attending. Seminary this term. Q a i e a number of persons missed the Idle wild excursion rain this morning having purchased their tickets inst night they imagined trains Woald not leave on time. It. Did leave. They got left or. And mrs. Charles Lytle have gone to housekeeping in their new House on Boyle Street. Through th1 sam0 pre Cess at tile few weeks ago and a it by Are in Tho Middle of Tut Obi and fun Fence a u w set mar Side this evening entertainment. The Henry vaudeville company con listing of 35 people the pick of the new York comic opera organizations gives an entertainment which cannot be surpassed every performer is an artist and is specially engaged for this production. This is one of the 0net burlesque companies now travelling and gives a performance at once entertaining and refined the open no comedy a a rustic is by Matthews amp Bulger two of the Cleverest comedians on the rage. The Olio is a attractive one my Lle Texar a Aas bisters Dewitt will West and other specialists appearing. For a concluding piece nothing funnier or brighter than a Tara Ray a musical travesty on the popular Carnic opera a the tar and the done to miss this att act Ion at the eleventh House this evening. Avenue opera Field glasses. Just received a Large line of Field glasses at pawnbrokers 1416 eleventh Avenue kick a a Superior ice Cream takes the Lead. Served on the half canteloupe if Yon choose a Atlantic style. Tee Fleet is delicious. Try it. Read taxpayers. For the convenience of persons wishing to school tax the first National Bank will be open in the evenings of the 29ih 80, h and 31st inst. Five per cent of your school tax can be saved by paying before september i. During the month of september no reduction will be allowed. Jno Lloyd _ treasurer a a Usi Bon ton bread. Deserving braise. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been Selling or. K Ngos new discovery for con i id Pion or. Kings Nev life pits by Klen s Arnica Salve and electric bitters an i have never handled remedies tha a ill As Well or that have Given such Universal satisfaction we do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we Brand Leady to it refund the Purchase Price if to is factory results do not follow their use. Thine remedies have Wod their great p Pul amp Ruy purely on their merits. C. F. Randolph a druggist the dance at Elway a Ball. Eleventh Avenue and ninth Street under auspices of the Union Veteran Union will be continued tonight 300 you can have your Choice of 300 pair of pants Worth $5 at $8 at Shell new a 1128 eleventh Avenue chief Burgess Cornmesser has painted his residence on first Street and presents a hands it me appearance. We have been informed that some Fine music will be the attraction in the Baptist Cliv Reb tomorrow morning. The furniture for our Bauk has not arrived yet so it will necessitate the putting off the opening of Bank on the 29th to september i. Engineer Geo. W. Bevin has purchased a building lot Ani will erect a Nice residence up on a Quality or. Al walkup contras or from Philadelphia who is putting up the j. F. Dick building is in town. Mrs. Is Van a amp a amp Eler and children who have been spending the summer in Bellwood have returned to Punxsutawney. Or Van Kanseler is assistant civil Engineer of the p. Amp n. W. R. R. Rev. J h and mrs Houseman desire through the Mikhor to return thanks to their Many friends for their acts of kindness on the 17th of August. It proved to her a Day not soon to drop from liar memory on account of the respect and kindness shown by the women of Graca evangelical lutheran congregation of Bel wond who presented to Bara Fine Couch and other presents no preaching set vices in the Evangels Cal lutheran Church on Sabbath. Rev. J. Ii. Houseman will hold communion services in Salem lutheran Church. The Young Peoples society of Christian endear will meet at 6 30 of clock. This being a consecration meeting All members of the Moiety and congregation Are invited to by present. Services in the Baptist Church on Sabbath As follows Sabbath school at 9 15 morning services will be conducted by the Rev or. J. O. Vwalker of Philadelphia father of Rev. Cans. Walker the newly elected pastor of the Baptist Church. Preaching at 10 30 Young Peoples so City of Christ a Endeavor at 6 39 evening service at 7 30. A invited. Methodist episcopal Church Rev. J. B. Stine pastor morning services 10 30 Sabbath school 2 30 league 6 30 evening service 7 89. Presbyterian Church. Rev. J. H. Mathers d. D., pastor-8�bbath school 9.3 morning services 11 90 Chriatian Endeavor 6 30. Walk you had better look a a Leedle Oudt these dark nights two old land Marks that have stood the storms of Yeara and furnished Shade at the presbyterian Church have been doomed to be Cut Doe a and cast away. Wha a pity we feel like saying a Woodman spare that Adie Hicks in erecting a Barber shop on the lot adjoining d. A. Hites furniture room. Services in the la Heran Church tomorrow at Tho usual hour. Rev. G. B. Ague will preach in the morning and s. S. Carnill in the evening at the methodist Church. The presbyterian people having completely renovated their Church papered painted and re seated will hold services As usual in their Church tomorrow. Mils Winnifred ale has resigned the sugar run school and accepted one in Bellwood. Darnel mull has been appointed miss ales successor and has resigned his school in Greenfield township county superintendent Wertz will hold a special examination in the Duncansville schoolhouse on september 2, to commence at 8 30 a. In. The Harrison pole that was erected four years ago and pointed the republicans to Victory during that Campaign will not Only perform that function daring the Campaign now in Progress but will also Subserve the use of a permanent flair pole and will help to convey the Good tidings to u s next n it a a Ember As it has been reset and take the place of he Telegraph pole in that co Are of the Diamond. On the23inst, i Gibbo Iyo a Woods a private picnic was h id by the hospitable Dunn Tam by c f the West Sod. Among the let Lucieb were the magnificently arranged table of Good thing presided Over by the Duane and a a did a bal contest n which the misses Purcell Ani Smith from Altoona especially distinguished themselves the Day a am Semer a were brought to a close of darkness which Cane Loo soon for All. Stimulants. Of by do physicians recommend Klein a Silver age and Duquesne Rye we sides because first they Are pare old and reliable a cause they 1> ave prescribed them for their Patten a and found that no other Medicine Wou d nourish and tone up the system so rapidly and thoroughly Trover age exists Only $1 50 per full quart and Duquesne $125 quart. The Best hotels and dealers in liquors keep them for heir Cho be customers for Hale by j la wig is son wholesale agents for Cambria and Blair c unties Johns own a. A doings at Duncansville. Regular correspondence to the Mirror. G. Paul of Martinsburg called in upon his Recd Herd this week. Mrs John la. Black and daughter i lie returned Home from a Vihn to to friends in Ebensburg. Mrs. Lewis Shaffer of Scottdale is among the late arrivals. Mha Edna Donnelly has gone to visit funds in a Terburg. The Williamsburg club got away with our Junior club by a score of 4 to i. The Hess combination also suffered defeat at the hands of the new Enterprise the d in it j for chamberlains Colic c Loca and i Mon remedy is steadily growing for the tact that All who give a trial Are pleased with the results and recommend it to the r neighbors we Lei Bas e that the remedy cannot be recommended too highly wage. It 8med, druggists Newton. I a. For Sale by j. Ross meteor or. S. M. Sellers w. M. G. Clame and F. Randoph druggists buckle 8 Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises Boree. Ulcers Salt Rheum Feve r Nares Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no required. It is guarantee-1 to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25c. Per Box. For Sale by c. F. Randolph druggist club. Havin a tried almost every known remedy for itching piles without Success finally bought a Bax of de witty switch Hazel Salve Aud it has cured me. C. Halkiu Peora in. Or. S. Pm. Sellers 1308 eleventh Avenue some of our Young folks Are taking in the picnic at Idlewild today. The Telegraph poles have been put for Best bread Bon ton fakery. Iii

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