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8TATIONII. No.J No.d No.10 1(U 111)
A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. H.
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A. M. A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M.
Trulrui dully except dunduy.
IIANll) MoCAKUO, GKM'L. Hi'PT.,
I'ltlHbiirK, I'u.
JAB. P. ANDEKHON, Okk'L. I'ash. Aut
PllUbum, Pa
DO YOU NEED
A NEW ATTIRE?
If so, and you want a good
fitting and well made suit at a
reasonable figure you will re
ceive name by plueing your
order with
J.C.Froehliche,
THE AUTISTIC
TAILOR,
Next d(Mr to Hotl McConnell,
KEYNOLUHVILLE, PA.
HOW THEY CARRY THEIR MONEY.
--
llrnilliiic Hi Chnrnrler nf I'rnple tn Ilia
rni ketliiiiiliil Thry Uin.
"t rnn MX you Hip litminrMof bI.x moil
out of cvnry trn wlio rninit In Ihtp, nml
IIib Kot-lnl KtnnilitiK or nil of llii'iii. rrmii
tlie wny llioy rnrry tlielr inniicy." piiid a
Uronilwnv tlrk. t wllcr lor nun (if tho
ountl Kleniiiliciiit line to it reporter.
"Did ymi ever tlilnk how iniicli of n
poronii't iinHviilniiHty I oxprrsseil In hi
tni'tliml of cnrryiiiK Iii iiionryT I oe
Mnplo evrry day Kct nt their chnn(n
iitnl hnve tniplp a Miniy of it.
"That tniiii. wiiil tin1 ticket Keller, iw
an olil KPlitluiiinn whit had purchased a
pitHtelHiard giHiil fur a trip to llimton
went out. "ilia retired Imtiker. Did you
notice thnt he enrried Ills money in A
long HioriMtn jMicketlKiok? 1 hut porket
Ikm ik in iilwiiyg euiiieil in thp IiihIiIp
piK'ket of IiIh colli, (in tlie right ulile. It
('(intiiiiiK a nuuilier of In i'ht, elenn IiIIIh,
nil nenlly uninotlied ami lnid out nt full
length Hiid rik'lit ido up. Ilu never
foliU it dill, I will venture iwlgur.
'Tho young broker or wholesale nier-
chnnt cnrrieH hi iiiohi'v in n kiiimII ciiko
iiiikIo of ki'M I or listurd nkiu. lie fnliln
(lie liilln twice. His roll Is never huge,
hut he Iiiim enough on Inttul to meet nny
siiiergeucy.
Tlie clulimeii iuvai iiililv cm i v a roll
of clean live dollar t ills in their vent
pocket, where they can lie easily reached.
Somn carry only gold .lames Brown
l'otter favors gnlil.mul usually cariiiHii
few quarter eagles in it small silver case.
into which Hie coins (it without ratllhig.
Lispenard Slewnrt usiinllv has n roll of
new bills iu his vest pocket
"'I he man who comes iu and lishes
from n deep trousers pocket a lot of one,
two ami live dollar bills that have been
twisted up like u gun wadding I always
set down as sporting 'gent.'
"The fanner tin an excursion to 'Hos
ting' counts up the price of a ticket iu
quarters and halves from a tan colored
leather pouch that is tied up with n
string run through small slits near the
top. The m-at'iiriug man on liLs way to
his home on lhe Maine coast curries the
proceeds of his last trip in a calfskin
wallet. It bus bivu handed down from
his father. ir perhaps his grandfather,
for it is black and shiny with age. It
has a long Mnip passed through a num
ber of cpiism straps. The crow seel inns
seldom hav inoru iu tliein than tobacco
dust or a frayed tax receipt Unit shows
Unit he owns n house, lint iu tho cen
ter of tli wallet is u place where bills
may ho Laid out straight ami covered
with u cniTskiu Map from either side.
"The man who carries change in his
coat pockets lias been a car conductor
at some limy or other. The fellow who
draws ten dent pieces from every pocket
in his clothes is u peanut man or vernier
of small wares.
"The women, too, have a variety of
wuys ti carry their money, though their
lack of pockets limits their vagaries iu
that direction. The young woman with
fluffy hair, who has the price of her
ticket rolled tightly in her palm, has a
mysterious storage place for money
somewhere. When sho is not spending
it she puts it where, no man will ever gu
after it, but the placo is accessible to
her slim lingers in a second." New
York I'ress.
fUiply rrntii tlie Vmw.
"Joe" Junes, one of Sam's uuniorons
brotiters, bus enlisted in the ministry.
His first sermon was preached in a coun
try church ut Pino Log before a large
congregation of farmers, buckwoodstnen
and crackers. Sam's methods were fol
lowed with considerable succetw, but
when Joe branched off on his own book
he struck a snag. Ho caused his hearers
to winco when, slapping the Bible nearly
off the pulpit, ho exclaimed:
"A man what will cuss a oath'U
steal!"
There waa lively shifting among the
pews and much cautions looking around
and head shaking. Joe saw, and deter
mined to push his point.
"Brethren and sisters," he repeated,
"1 want to say to you that a man what
will ensa oath'U steal! What hart
you got to say to that"
An aged cracker arose at the back of
the church and, fastening his glittering
gray eye on Joe, drawled through hit
nosei
"All I got ter say U it's er gol dern lieP
Joe was so discouraged that he rested
on his oars two weeks before making
any more bold assertions New York
Tribune.
Registration la Osruisny.
In Germany the exigencies of compul
sory military service require that a man
should be registered from the day of his
birth to that of his death. The govern
ment must be able to lay hands upon
him at any time. A man can accom
plish no civil act without producing his
papers of identity. He cannot set up ta
business, nor buy land, nor obtain a
situation, nor marry, nor get out of any
crape with the judicial authorities, nor
leave the country without satisfying
the police as to who he is, where he was
born, who were his parents, etc. Lon
don Tit-Bits.
Big- Alaska Salmon.
Salmon, such as are found in the riv
ers of Alaska, are very large. Three
salmon will ordinarily fill forty-eight
one pound cans, making one cose.
Washington Star.
Becoming.
Clara That's an awfully becoming
veil you have on.
Maude What makes you think so?
Clara Because It's bo thick. Cloak
Review.
THE RIVAL MINSTRELS.
nrnn-nl-ftiutrliM Invrct Ms linrem's mnlitfi
lis lovnl Mi Rsnlens, nllli tliflr winning
slimlcs;
llt l.ivtsl tn niiti h lil itj ml fnmiliiltu" piny:
lie tnvpil Ms linr- I's It tel Ms I eitriii-ls i;ny:
Ilu Invi'il nil rtiynl -purls ilml usf n Mini,
hut must Im Imril tit lit nt his miasm Is ln t.
Anil ti It leippelli'il llinl his fume Iiml lirmirflit
Two rlvnl sluuers tn Hie cullpli'" einirl.
Whit plensril Mm best, full well cnrll lulnslrrl
knew,
Wtiulil Ik- prislslmril I lie wri :il. r nf llic Iwn.
tie well tliry plessril hi III llinl llii'l ft ! Ill III
limtll
Tn tiiiHirn lulu I in lln III. let t.e llilfil llirm
both.
"U't nil Hie iiiillmi Jiulife." nl lentil h milil lii
"Willi pleases Itesl my penpl plrusi'S lue."
TliriniKli sll Hie In ml tlie rlvnl perls sunn:
Their tinnii- etui uni"le were tin every Innuu.
t'nlll nl ltt-1 iliet nt-ver renrtietl n 0sir
W'here Fnine Iiml net sunn si' iheir sniiijs 1st.
fiirt.
Pen llluf tuiltlt nl ileeils the eiili;.ti unii'i'lit,'
liic rliiii's nml tint splemlurN uf his Mituii
Tin inlKhly wnrrlurs every niuhin Ih.msIh,
Ami nrmles vnmpilshed hy lhe pruptiel's lin-ls:
lluw Islunrs viilnr wns ts'lnvi'tl nml rcmril:
Anil wiieti Im llnlslieil, llsienlint HihiishiiiU
elieensl.
Mllstiiplui's suiiirs Here uil ul snnpli r llil:u?s
Kiiruntli'li whs lhe pi hie nf eiirllily I. Ii:r-.
He sum: lut hem nf Itnnie nml I I'll I h li nil h.vp;
llnw Alllllt Willi !. ell his e Mhlri'll frnni lllmve.
( in.se In tlnir lienrln tlie pis-l's miltle erepl:
And when he linislusl. nil lhe H-nple wept.
l-'iir tlmutfli Hen Olnf ehiiruiisl ilu-in willi liln
nrit,
It WHS Mllstupllil's snllvTs thnt ri'lli heil llll'lr
liiinls.
-. Item s II. I'.iii'tietl Iu llrip"f'K.
Nuilmls nf Hie Tlutiiilerliell.
The (lilfi'ient iiiitintiii nl tli" world,
both ancii'iit nml moilcni. have em plo veil
Various symbols lo riinesoit the lii
Hint flush from the t miuili vinlnl. lhe
(.'halileans syiubnli:'.' il il with a trident;
the le.'irueil liuli Innia'K, iim-iI ii human
nrui for the siniie piii ji.;-e. Thi lias-reliefs
of Nimruil ami .Mallliin.llu work
of later and more n lined Assyrian
artists, show the trid. I't ili.ubled or
ti'iinsfiirmed into a tril'cl fa- lcle. This
triiiinpli nf the classic nil Ancnrcd for
the ancient Mcsni.iai.'ini synilsil the
advantage over nil i ': : r ue er.l'itions
of the tliuuileiiHilt.
The Greeks represented the stnrin lire
with the features nf n bird nf prey.
Later on, when they Imd Iteguii the use
of tho Asiatic form of the ymbol, they
jnit it iu the claws of un nuuie mid iiunlo
it the scejiter of ens. (inn) received
the kviiiIkiI frnni Italy, but soon altered
it to the familiar two heuded hammer
seen on thu Uallo-ltniuau monuments.
The siiino KyiiilH.il is seen on ninulels
found iu (lermany, bciuiiuiinvm and
lint limy. St. Louis Republic.
Tlie f'.ilnr f Hie (iini. lexlmt.
If JMis. I'.inily I'raw foi'ii's iiediictioim
lire true, beauty Mini such a hitherto dif
ficult achievement us a complexion lire
mere matters of deteriiunaliiiu. Mrs.
Crawford says that Frenchwomen used
to bo brown us a Is Try; but of lain years
they are cnnspirtuius for their marble
charm, lhe expression in Mrs. Cruw
ford's. This, she says, is simply the re
sult of their intense desire for beauty iu
pallor; it is ultogether a mutter of will
power. It is elsewliero admitted that
tho Parisian lias Ihs ii giving a great deal
of consideration to her diet, and has
found that poultry uud milk are better
allies, no far ns lior skin is concerned
than butcher's meat uud wine. Han
Francisco Argonaut.
lerfumr iliv Horse L4ken.
There ure some perfumes that mo very
grateful to horses, however little credit
a horse may coiiunonly receive for pos'
sessing delicacy of scent. Horse train'
era are aware of tho fact and make uso
of their knowledgo in training stubborn
and apparently intractable annuals.
Many trainers have favorite perfumes,
the composition of which they keep a
secret, and it is the possession of this
means of appealing to the horse's
a-stheticism that enables so many of
them to accomplish such wonderful re
sults. Kt. Louis Globe-Democrat
Am Klectrle Bell Call.
One of the patents for electrical con
trivances Issued from the patent office
is for an automatic guest call for use in
hotels. It consists of a combination of
clock connected through a series of
relays and contacts with an annuncia
tor bell system. A gnest wishing a call
at a certain time has his bell connected
to this time strip on the clock circuit; at
the designated hour the bell in his room
rings for a certain period, or until he
stops it. New York World.
Barbers I'M Little Wax Mow.
Says a barbert "A thing that isn't
used much these days is grease. This
store consumed three pounds of it a day
ten years ago, and we don't get away
witn a solitary pound now. 1 once cal
culated that 100,000 New York men car
ried around ISO pounds of wax in their
mustaches. This was at the rate of one
ounce of wax to forty mustaches." New
York Horald.
Enemies of the Salmon ITUherlea.
Seals 'and sea lions are a great nul
sance to the salmon fishermen. At the
mouth of the Columbia river they watch
the gill nets and grab the caught salmon
by the throats, devouring those parts
which they regard especially as tidbits.
Bears are very fond of salmon and catch
a great many of them iu the streams,
They eat only the heads. Washington
Star. '
A Knowing Brute,
"Cabby, drive me to Vefour'g In time
for tho horseflesh banquet.
"Not so loud, guv'nor. If Brown Bess
heard you she wouldn t budge an inch."
-Figaro.
Ilia 4iilnlna of Wagner.
Abijnh Htone wns a Vermont farmer
who hud a great fondness for horses.
He often said that "thnout no disre
spect t' human bein's, it did np'tenr's ef
some bosses bed full ns much sense as
th' common rnn o' folks." His conver
sation was tinged by this Isdicf, and he
drew many nn illustration from his fav
orite Animals. On one occasion this
habit of Ins wns the cause of much con
fusion to a young man to whom Mr,
Stone was talking.
The young mnii wns a professional
musician who hnd been iqiendinR part
of the summer nt n neighboring farm
house, and had had the iiudncity to fall
in love with Mr. Stone's pretty (laughter
Jenny. IIo was listening tn the farmer's
various reasons for imposing his suit
one summer evening, just before his re
turn to tho city.
"For one thing, said Aliijali Htono,
"you like all kinds o' new fiuiglnd mu
sic, an want f lie playin it till th' whole
durn time; naowiny Jenny, she'd ruther
hear 'Home, Sweet Home, or somethln
o' that gen'ral style."
'Ah, "tid the pianist, blanillv but
firmly, "1 should educate your daugh
ter's musical taste, Mr. Stone. I should
lend her graudally from simple melodies
up to tho grent Wagner."
"Was that piece, you pin. veil t th con
cert in Taown hall by Mr. Wagner'C"
interrupted Abigail.
"It wns, replied the pianist, with n
glow of reminiscent pride in his Into per
formance.
"Well, then," said Mr. Stone, with n
lHM'tiliar expression nt the corners nf his
mouth, "you might lead my Jenny up t
him, young man, but I'm inclined t'
think she'd ln apt t' balk b'fore you got
her there!" Youth's Companion.
CloPI Wlilrh Tourists l.reve In Hilly,
How docs Italy, a country without
gold mines, hud the gold tu pay tho ten
millions a year duo lo foreign holders of
her bonds, not to speak of the heavy lial
mice against heron her foreign trade?
Mr. Dering, secretary of tho ilrilish em
bassy in Knmo, declares that tho only
solution of tho question ut which it is
logically possible to arrive is that this
amount of gold is annually brought into
tho country by foreign travelers, who
swarm during the four seasons of the
yenr iu one part of Itnlv or the other.
From calculations made by the United
States consular representatives in vari
ous parts of this country it has lieen
conipnltsl that for the Inst ten years the
average expenditure iu Italy of Amen
can citizens has been alsiut l'7,H0l).0U0.
Mr. Dering thinks it would scarcely be
an exaggeration to place the collective
expend it nix of llntisli, French, Austrian,
(ii'nim.i jiii.I other forciii travelers nt
double this i'. mount.
This, v.-e lire reminded, is irrespective
of the money spent in the country by
the .jll.OllU to (ill. DUO pilgrniiH who niinu
nHy visit the ICtei-.ial City, uud of the
iimouiit of wnich they are the Iwarers iu
thu shape of donations to tho holy see.
Lomkin fiews.
".Vtiut llo Onlere.l.
At dinner in SI. Joseph, Mo,, nlxint
two years ago. with my friend llilo Jo-
burn, who is considerable of a wag, in
reply to tho "What will yon tako to
drink, gemmeir of tho sou of Ham thnt
served ns, I ordered a glass of iced tea,
while Ilile. who wanted licfide the fluid
a little merriment to aid digestion, said
"You may bring me. a glass of lacteal
fluid. (ioorgo.
Tho cbonized dispenser of grub, with
a confident "All right, boss," left for
the kitchen, wbero, the Huptxisition is,
ho expected to find sotno ono who conld
translate Hilo's order to his vernacular.
but apparently he was disappointed, for
after a minute's absence he returned
with but ono glass that contained
frapped tea and placing that before
me, he turned to Hue with:
"What was dat yon wanted, boss?"
My companion answered, "A glass of
milk, yon emphasized fool.
i Again the waiter left, and coming
bark in a short time with a triumphant
gleam on his face and a glass of milk in
his hand he joyously said, "Dar's your
ox tail fluid, boss." New York Re
corder.
Wherein Uverpool Was Deeirable.
I was invited by an American friend
of mine in Liverpool to meet Hawthorne
soon after his arrival. His appearance
was very striking, his face handsome
and intellectual, and the large liquid
eyes were full of latent fire and poetical
imagination. He was not only reticent.
but. almost taciturn, and when he did
speak was apt to pause and then jerk
out the rest of the sentence. Americans
have, as m rule, a very remarkable facil
ity of expression. Here was a curl'
ous exception. 1 remember condoling
with him for having exchanged Bos
ton, tho hub of creation, for uncongenial
Liverpool, when he replied, "Oh, Liver
pool is a very pleasant place" (then a
pause sufficiently long for me to look
surprised, and then suddenly the end of
tho sentence), "to get away from."
Cornh'll Magazine.
Never Oel Hurt.
Old Lady O-o-ot Horrors! There's
runaway, and there's a man in the
wagonl O-o-ol He 11 get killed!
Bystander Calm your fears, madam,
He'll come out all right 'Tisn't a man.
It s a boy. Good News.
Telling Dlnmonds ujr the Tutu.
Diamonds and crystals can be distiu
gniuhed from glass and paste by touching
them with the tongue. The diamonds
feel much colder. New York Journal.
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DRESS GOODS,
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AND CLOTHING.
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AT IjOWKST I'UH'KS.
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UKALKH IX
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I'VRNIKIIIXO (KM I)S.
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IIKYNOLDSVILLK. I'A.
If the lines in this
(lliriljiiiir! Uiig !
im s wfiMm ta ism. an iaBee mm M fja.
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sight
that causes nervous
be corrected at once.
C. F. Hoffman,
Specialist in
eyes. Examination free.
jP. QOODER : : : :
.The Leading Jeweler of Reynoldsville
Wishes to announce to the readers of this
paper that he carries a full and
complete line of
Watches - and - Jewelry.
RE1WIRIXO OF
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
A SPECIALTY.
ENGRAVING ON ALL GOODS SOLD FREE OF CHARGE.
GIVE ME A CALL BEFORE GOING ELSEWHEUE.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Opposite Stoke's Ding Store.
How in your iiintep?
Ton Too
HIGH "I" LOW.
we rnii fit nny foot.
( 'till iiml ure Ihf urtiilpil uud bent
I limit Ion ever nuitle in
ftmtii'Ptir
A LACK-CONCJKKSS SH0K;
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llielmre! Inxfcmiiil I hen imlletl.
off mill on tin unit roiiflre
hIiih'.
"Best Hub Goring." .
lVir'r to unit nil p'oil
' nnitfing from
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i
we nlwnyn lead.
FRIECECIZ) '3
Shoe Store.
diamond lieur do not
bead - ache and should
Kyei tested free.
lenses for the

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