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Tho dinplnv rnmm.cn ced early In tho owning, but near mid night tho light wan won at its nrljrht out. Tho wholo heavens woro aglow, and contlniiouH HunIm-h of pale light Hhot southward. A wording to a tveont art of Cnngrpsit all freight trninn mtwt bo provided with nfoty coupler and air brakes after tho year 18!W. Tl a wonder Oongiviw did not have the act pro into effect In 1000, and thus btgln tho new century with a law that should have been passed years ago. Because this act is to go Intooffoct in(six yearn will be no consolation to the thousands who will sacrifice hands and arms during that time. The Republican Congressional Con ference of tho twenty-first district, com posed of Indiana, Westmorland, Arm strong, and Jefferson counties, met at Saltsburgh yesterday to nominate a Congressman for tho district. Tho can didates are Capt.Nesbit, of Indiana Co., Hon. O. F. Huff. Westmorland Co.; Daniel Heiner. of Armstrong Co.: W.C. Bond, Jefferson Co. As we go to press we nre unable to give the results of the conference. There is no doubt but what there will be an interesting time among the conferees. "If you cannot always lo contented you can at least lx cheerful." The lxst way to put off trouble, cure and dis couragement is to put on a smiling face and greet everyone pleasantly, then seek the companionship of those who aro congenial. Have you ever thought how far a smile will go towards straighten ing the crooked pathways of life? Like rippling waters it will wear smooth the rough places, even as "a soft answer turnoth away wrath." It is a blessed contagion and it means added happiness and more joy in living. Time is a great answerer of questions. The question of the spring-tide seed sowing is answered in the harvest of autumn; and many a question of this life will be answered only In the life to come. Why trouble yourself over the questions which cannot be answered now? Already thoy are in process of being answered, but the answer is not yet complete. Wait until the harvest bows beneath its weight of fruit and grain, and you will soe the completed answer written before your eyes in russet and purple and gold. Bitumlnious coal smoke is not an unmitigated evil, as it has sometimes been declared. The death rate of Lon don, the largest city in the world, has always been unaccountably low. The scientific men of Great Britain reached the conclusion that this is owing to the destruction of the disease germs by the hundreds of tons of sulphur dally thrown into the air by the combustion of the thousands of tons of coal con sumed in thatcity. The sulphur causes the fog, and the fog aids in the germ destruction. This theory finds very general accceptance. Lock Haven Ex-prtus. "I believe in getting the most out of life possible," is not an unfroquent remark in this nineteenth century. Usually this la said in a purely selfish sense. The one who gets the most out of life is the one who puts the most in. The proportion of unselfish devotion to right living and to the happiness of others which wo put Into life measures our share In return. "With what measure ye meet it shall be measured unto you again." Those who expect something for nothing are every day being disapiiointod. If we make our lives useful, helpful and noble, we will receive sympathy i love, and trust. What earthly possessions .are nioro precious than these. The meanest trait In humau character is a disposition to disparage your neigh bor, to scandal thom and try to make thein odious in the eyes of others. He who maliciously Bets about to defame another is by that very act doing some thing that should render him more con temptible in the eyes of his fellow than anything ho can say of those whose char acter he wishes to blacken. If you feel a personal dislike to any one you should novor speak of him, for you are sure to spoak with venom on your tongue, and iqstoad of injuring the party spoken of vou simply defile yourself. None of us are iierfout. We have all done things o which we ought to be ashamed, and there would be mighty few people hit with stones if only tho sinless would throw then Reputation is the most sacred thing a man has. It is of more value than life Itself, and the scandal inonyer.who seeks to destroy it,deserves hanging as richly as the murderer. FuflxsutawniJy ftpim. The Senatorial conference for the Indluna-Jofforson district, mot at Marlon Center last week, and as no nomination was made tho conference adjourned to moot at Brookvlllo on tho SHitl Inst. Tho candidates are Capt. J. O.Mitohell.of Jefferson county.and CM. Watson, Esq., of Indiana county. Indi ana is, and always has been, Inclined to be selfish senntorially, and has never conceded anything to Jefferson county willfully. Mr. Watson Is snrely farslgh ted enough to seo that this Is the time for Indiana to act wisely and that the nomination be given to C'Bpt. Mitchell. There Is hardly any doubt but what this will lie the outcomo of tho confer ence nt Brook vll In Snturdny. Hummer vacations are now in order, Theiti niv various places to go for a few days of recreation. The Clarion Assem bly is now presenting a good program daily to all who attend. Chautauqua, where so many from this section go every year. Is one of tho most delight ful places to spend your days of rest during the warm season that can lie found Besides the other hundreds of attractions are the steam boat rides that you can Indulge in daily, except Sunday. Tho Chautauqua Steam Boat Co. have excellent steamers that run from Jamestown to Mayvlllo and return, a distance of forty miles. A season ticket, for July and August can lie bought for tho trilling sum of two dol lars and fifty cents, good on all steamers. Tho lxnits are furnished nicely, brass bands frequently render music for tho passengers, while a cool and Invigorat ing breeze Is an ever present Incentive to aid in bringing rest nnd pence. Chautauqua must he visited to bo appreciated. The following extract from a charge to a jury recently by Judge White, may bo of iniM)rtance to tho people of this section: "Tho oflleo of a constable is ancient. his duties important and powers large: his general duties Is to keep tho peace, and tor this purpose he may arrest, Imprison, break open doors nnd tho like: a constable may justify an arrest for a reasonable cause or suspicion alone; put tho prisoner in Jail and tho jailor must receive him. The power and authority of a policeman has been mado kindred to that of a constable. A con stable or a policeman cannot 1x3 arbi trary and tyrannical; he cannot go into a house just because ho is constable or policeman; he cannot arrest a man on tho street just because ho is such an officer. There must appear to his mind at the time public necessity for it. Not withstanding tho theory that every man's house Is his castle, if bedlam is going on in there, or a disturbance is going on in tho house and the pollw man sees It, he has a right to go in, and break the door and get in; but ho must act with discretion." There is a bug with a name as long as a snake that abides among the black berries, writes Robert J.Bunlotte in his inimitable department In the July L(?iVit' Home Journal. He does not eat them. He just haunts the patches whore city boarders are staying, and makes it his business to rise early in the morning and crawl over the largest and finest and ripest berries. When you eat a blackberry that has been glorified by a visit from this bug, you just lio right down in the briai-s and ask to die. You do not want to live a minute longer. Not with that taste In your mouth. If I understand rightly what a bramble Is, tho blackberry, in a state of nature, is the brambliest thing that ever brain bled. A human being, clothed am In his right mind, who goes in at one side of a wild blackberry patch and comes out at the other is movod with wonder at the comixmsatlons of nature. For every one of a thousand scratches on his perishing frame he has a ready-made bandage hanging loosely from his rai ment. How men can Ixiholi such things and yet vote the other ticket Is a mystery to everybody else. If you will run your hand, or better your sleeve, lightly down a blackberry cane, from top to root, you will olsorve that all the briars hook upward, to catch everything that comes down. Then If you will run up tho other way, you will observe that all tho briars hook down ward, in order to cateh everything m It comos up. An Unfortunate AHercation 1'unXHUtuwney News. One day last week w)me differences arose between Dr. Shields, of this place, and Dr. John Grubo, of Clayvlllo. Hot words ensued and it is said that Dr. Shlolds took Dr. Grubo by the collar and In turn Dr. Grubo struck Dr. Shields and blackened his eye. Noth ing more happened to show hot blood until the next day at a ball game at Clayvlllo when Joseph Shields, son of tho doctor's, wont up behind Dr. Grube and struck him on the head with a boavy cane knocking him- down and cutting his head severely. Dr. Grube was pretty badly injured and was taken home and medical aid called In. Joseph Shields was taken in charge by the Clay villa authorities and lined for disturbing the peace, The doctor has almost recovered from tho shock and It Is thought that he will soon fully recover, Jos. Shields is under ball and it is probable that the facts in the case will be fully brought out before a jurist who will have to decide the case. Robinson's shoes are tho best- Mother, nr Ai.irr sAnAit, lown throimh tlio vlstn of yenrs, Doth a iH'untlful memory stray, Leuvltm tmeli time In my heart, When It (toes, a Roldcn ray, "Tin tlu memory of one thnt t loved, Ye, hived, In the Ioiir aico. With a fare n pure a the niiffles, And while as tho drifted snow. With hnlr that wasoft and brown, And eye of heaven's own blue. And hiind Hint were jrentlo and kind. My mother no lnvltiK and true. Oft-time, In dream. 1 am kneeling, Airiiln by the lde of her knee, And softly hreathlnit the prayer She tttiittht no early In me. Hut he' nearer me now than ever. For now she In at my heart j She's my lieautlful "unirel mother," With whom I nhall never part. Ritthmel. Pa. A new hIioo for boys that has no seams In front vamp, nt Reed's shoo store. Excursion to Niagara Falls. A circular was received at this office Tuesday morning from J. S. I Ian ley, excursion agent of tho B., R. ft P., announcing a low ratn excursion to Niagara Falls on Tuesday, July 2lth. The train will leave Roynoldsvlllo at 12.00, noon, nnd arrive at Buffalo nt 8.00 I. M. and Niagara Fill's at 0.00 P. M. Returning excursionists can leave Niag ara Falls by any regular train of the N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R., on Wednesday or Thursday, July 27th and 2Rth, and from Buffalo on Regular trains of tho B..R.A P. Railway, on or before Friday, July 20th. Faro for round trip M.50. This will bo a good opportunity for any who may wish to visit Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Tho excursion will lie accompan ied by one of the B., R. tc P. passenger agents, who will gladly give any Infor mation nnd assistance possible to pas sengers. Twenty difiercnTsty'lcs of 2.00 bIioos nt Reed's shoo store. During tho heavy thunder nnd light ning storm Friday evening an accident hapiK'iied at theelectric light plant that extinguished every arc light in town. The atmosphere was heavily charged with electricity and it apM-ars some of tho wires hccnnio overcharged. Three coils of wire were burnt out on an arma ture and that settled tho street lights for tho night. Arnmturos have been burnt out before at tho plant and here tofore It has been necessary to send to Pittsburgh for repairs or a new one, at an expense of from W00 to JoOO. This time, however. Superintendent Smith nnd his assistants concluded to make an attempt to repair the same and were so successful that the lights were turned on Saturday evening at the usual time, DuBois Courier. "I wns prostrated with a severe bili ous complaint," writes Erastus South worth, of Bath, Me. "After vainly trying a numlwr of remedies, I was finally Induced to take Ayer's Pills. I had scarcely taken two boxes when I was completely cured. Reed's are selling tho "crack" J2.00 shoes. Call and see it. List of Letters. Tho following letters remain uncalled for at tho postotllco In Roynoldsvlllo, Pa., July Kith, is2: MIhh liln Keener, M. K. WHmiii, MIhh Martha Kpley, lulin Sliellv, I'einl DiivIk, V. II. Kniimi, (ieoiixe Lyons, Sylvester Wnle, Kd. Hmek. I. Kuwser, Simon lllymiiie. A. M. Hill. When calling for tho above letters, please say they wore advertised. J. W. Foi'BT. P. M. Card of Thanks. I am very thankful to all our friends and neighlioiii who were so kind and helpful during tho illness and death of our little daughter. C'has. Arnold. Whether Pasteur and Koch's ccullar modes of treatment w ill ultimately pre vail or not, their theory of blood-con-tamiuution is tho correct one, though not original. It -an this theory that Dr. J. C. Aver, of Lowell, Mass., neaVly fifty years ntfo. formulated Ayor's Sar- sitparillii. Hunost value fur. your money at Rob inson's shoo store. AYER'S Sarsaparilla Y-our best remedy for E-ryslpelas, datarrh R-heumatism, and S-crofula. Salt-Rheum, Sore Eyes A-bscesses, Tumors , R-unnlng Sores S-curvy, Humors, Itch A-nemia, Indigestion P-imples, Blotches A-nd Carbuncles R-lngworm, Rashes I -m pure Blood L-anguidness, Dropsy L-lver Complaint A-ll cured by AVER'S Sarsaparilla Tronartd by Ir. J. 0. Aw fc Oo Ixwll, Km. Bold by all DmggUU. l'rio 1 i ! bolllM, 4. Cure other, will cure you A BASE HIT ! When we strike we Hit Home Evero Time. KOMPETITION KOMPLETELY KNOCKED KOLD. Our Clothing is doing wonderful work. Our patrons are realizing Our Clothing is not only the Cheapest but the best in the long run. New styles of fine all-wool suits in Cheviots, Cawimeres, light and dark colors AT $10.00. New ptyles of Homespuns, Worsted, Diagonals; fine Suits, worth $16 AT $12.00. Furnishing Department Our special offers in this department: Men's Negligee Shirts 25c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, The goods are all designs of this season and are as fine as can be shown by city merchants. Men's Night Robes.best stock,75c.,$1.00,$1.50. Summer Neckwear. We have one of the finest lines of Neckwear ever shown by us, and remember we can show you , a tie from 5 cents to $2.00 OUR HAT DEPARTMENT. Is filled with the choicest stock of fine Fur Durby, fin eFelt Soft and Crush hats. POPULAR PRICES. Straws I straws I straws I straws. We have started the Straw Hat Season with a boom and "we don't care a straw" for price. It all goes. Yachts in Canton, Jap Mackinaw and Senate Braids FANCY VEST One hundred styles of fine Linen Vests, fast colors, double or single breasted worth from 1.00 to 4.00. LADIES WAISTS. Ladies we ask of you to call and see the fine line of waists we are are showing. Prices are very low and they are the finest goods ever put on the market. BELL BROS., LONE PRICE CLOTHIERS, Other Niore all llllMol. I Reynoldsville.