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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
WEJWWHUT. JAM. 16, ISM.
B. f. SCH W KIER
BDITOB ABB rBOFRUTOa.
Tu democratio Congress on the
question of finance if as much at sea
as tbay were at sea on the question
of a tans.
The Japanese won another battle
1 set Thursday, and sa. . usual the
Chinese'ian away. Two hundred
Un-neie were killed which is some
honor for the dead, but it must be
highly disconraeeingto tbe friends
of the dead patriots to realize how
unappreciated ther are by the fellows
who run away every time a fight
Democratic Congressman Sibley
of this State, made a fiery speech
against President Cleveland's finan
cial plans in Congress at week. He
declared that democratic Congress
men had been bribed to stand by the
President's policy. They were given
th power to make appointments,
and that held them he said to stand
by Cleveland and sacrifice their own
Govekor Hastisos was inaugurat
on Tuesday. The military and club
parade was an interesting feature of
the occasion. The path of office was
administered by Chief Justice Ster
rett on a platform erected over the
steps of the west entrance of the
Legislative building in the presence
f a platform full of people, and in tbe
presence of a large company of citi
zens, who stood in front of the plat
form on the snow and ice. It is a
good thing the inauguration took
place in freezing weather for then it
was not necessary to give the notice,
"knep off the grass," a disregard of
which notice at Washington sent
Coxey and his tramps to. jail. The
Governor's address was terse and to
the point. A reception was held at
the Executive mansion in the even
ing. It was a gala day for thousand?.
The Frozen Foot-
A lumberman coming fiom Jami
son Citj on the Bloomsburg Road
was seen to be nursing a foot which
was badly frozen in consequence of
walking on the railroad track be
cause of tbe snow. Stepping with
cue foot oa tbe track and the other
in the snow, the foot coming in eon.
Uct with the iron rail for perhaps a
mil"?, was frozen from heel to toe,
while the other was not in the least
fronted, says the Bloomsburg Colnm
biau. Though he knew the differ
encu between iron and snow as a
frost conductor, he said he felt no in.
convenience or excessive cold on the
frozen foot. In fact he did
knew it was frozen until he had left
thu track sometime, when a stinging j
eeusauua luauceu mm to titmiou i
ib imt. rniladelphia Times.
A Bank Refuses Gold-
A man went into one of the banks
of this eity yesterday and counted
out $110 in gold ten and twenty dol
lars pieces and desired to deposit
the money. The bankers, however,
refused to recieve it because the coin
was rusty and covered with ashes,
saying that they believed the money
was aot good. The would be de
positor then left tbe bank and went
te the store of Rusisill Bros.' where
he bad his gold pieces polished and
put in a presentable shape. The
money had been concealed for a time
in the ashes in an unused stove.
'When the geld was put in there was
till a little fire among tbe ashes and
this helped to discolor the precious
met', ho that the bankers were un
ai'le to recognize it. After the coins
had been brightened up tbe owner
found no trouble in getting them into
circulation. Aitoona Tribune, Jan
uary 9lb. 1895.
Deserting the Drouthy West-
Tbe Huntingdon Kews, referring to
the drongtb stricken portions of Ne
Some fourteen years ago, Joseph
Slack, a former railroad employee of
tbe P. R. R , at tbis place took tbe
Waiters fever and removed to Koar
acv euuttty Nebraska, one of tbe pres
ent affiietad sections. Daring bis resi
dence there be bad prospered fairly
well, bnt tbe failures of the past three
years have almost disheartened. Find
ing himself to tbe same distressing
condition at mauy of bis neighbors,
earl; in the fall he made up bit mind
to leek employment elsewhere for tbe
winter by which be oonld sustain him
self aod family without sacrificing' all
his possessions, aod on the lltb of Oc
tober last, equipped with a well oover.
si wagon, camp and oooking utensils,
and a companion in tbe person of Mr.
Edwsrd Walker, sea ef ear fermer
townsmen, C. T. Walker, started over
land for bis forratr Itaapisg ground in
Pscasjlvsnia, arrieisg here on tbe af
ternoon e( the 17th of December, have
iag covered s distaste of over fifteen
hnadred miles in stitv.teven dayt. It
wa a long and arduous trip in these
dijs of luxurious travelling, but tbey
enjoyed it During the journey Mr.
Slack succeeded in disposing ef four of
his horses, and we regret to add that on
Fridsy night one of the remaining
beasU siokesed and died. Jlfr. Slack
is at pre.sut stopping with his sister,
-Vrs. Win. Grove in the west end of
twa, while the eemfort and welfare of
-1r. Walker is beieg looked after by bis
brothers. We have been given to nn.
demand tbat air. Black has already
bsen promised of hauling but is quite
homesick over bis eoforeed separation
from bis family. Many other farmers
in tbt section are said to be eontem
plating a similar flit and their poverty
aloas prevents a general exodus.
By the breaking of ice en the Con
edoguinet creek on Friday afternoon
at about 3 o'clock, ten persons were
thrown into the water.- All were
taken out safely by pupils from the
Indian Sehool. The skaters to the
number of about seventy.five, ex
pressed a desire to have their picture
taken, so tbey assembled in a gioup,
lining up along a crack in the ice, be
cause of the crack being so straight.
The photographer had just adjusted
his plate when one of the number
cried out- "Hurry, the ice is crack
ing!" The words had hardly been
spoken when then was a crackling
noise and s huge bulge in the ice
took place. Ten or twelve persons
sank into the water, which is about
nine or ten feet deep at this point on
the dam, just below the swimming
A few of tbe men and boys eecaped
from the water without any trouble
more than a dusking, but several
teachers at the Indian School had
more difficulty. Indian boys rushed
to the rescue and reaaovsd all of Ithe
ladies. Those who sank overhead in
tbe water and wars taken out after
some trouble wars Miss Annie
Gee Beg, an Indian papil; Hiss Alice
Lambert, Bliss Panl and Jsfiss Barr.
teachers at tbe school.
Miss Geeses sank several timas
and was nearly unconscious when
The ladies were taken home in a
earn. Carlisle Volunteer.
Crop Report 1894
The Washington Agricultutal bu
reau says: The corn crop of 1894,
in rate of yield, is one of the lowest
oniecrrd. In the past 14 years the
yield per acre of but oae year, name
ly, 1581, was lower, the yield for
that year baling been 1S.6 against
19.04 for the year 1694. JSemre
drougth and dry winds in a fer of
the prihcipal corn producing States,
reduced the area harvested for its
grain value to 62,582,000 from tbe
76.000,008 acres planted. The prod-
net garnered is 1,212,770,000 bush
els, having an estimated farm value
THE WHEAT CROP
The wheat crop is above an aver
age one in yield per acre. The en.
tire pro J act for the country is 460,
267,416 bushels, which is below the
average for the five yearn, 1890 to
1804, inclusive. Tbe farm value of
the crop is $225,902,025.
Tbe area according to revised esti
mates, is 34,882,436 acres. In the
revision of acreage tbe principal
changes have been made in the
spring wheat States.
The rate of yield is 13.2 bushels
per acre, jus average value per
bushel, 49.1 cents.
When the Japanese army took the
Chinese fortress Port Artbnr, the
Japanese soldiers were allowed to
grainy tneir barbarous mat nets
without restraint. For a period of
four days, tbey slaughtered the e-ii-
nese inhabitauta without mercy. An
Englitth correspondent writes from
there of the barbarity : The corpses
of women, children and men were
strewn in the streets by the hundreds,
perhaps thousands, for we conld not
oount them, some with heads h eked
I cut crosswise and split lengthwise,
not by cbuncf,
bat with careful
and across, disembowelled and dis
membered, with occasional dagger
or bayonet thrusts into the lower
part of the trunk.
"I saw groups of prisoners tied to
gether in a buucb, witb their hands
behind their backs, riddled with bul
lets for five minutes, aod then hewu
in pieces. I saw junk stranded on
on the beach filled with fugitives of
both sexee and all agen, struck by
volley after volley, until I can ssy no
more of all tbe awful eights of tnose
four days- Wbv repeat them all in
"Not ouly on the day of battle and
in the heat of victory, but for four
days after, did the Japanese soldiery
give themselves over, apparently
without check from their command
era, to indiscriminate massacre, car
ried out with every revolting circum
stance of primal barbarity. Groups
ol prisoners tied together were rid
died witb bullets, and then hacked
to pieces. Boats crowded with fugi
lives oi Doin sexes ana ail ages le-
cieved volley after volley. The streets
were encumbered with corpses show
ing every ghastly form of mutilation
which Oriental cruelty has invented.
IGrizzly Bill's Bears-
From the Hew York Advertiser.
About ono in every six months tbe
tsleons of Denver resound witb tbe
wur wboops of "Grizzly Bill," wbich
ia all tbe name anyone in the West
knows for tbe big quarter blood Indian
tie-chopper, who semi-annually visits
tha Cadital and makes his offer to fight
any bear on earth witb nothing but tbe
spoke of a wagon wheel for a weapon.
mil's proposition is that for a nurse of
$1,000 be will enter an enelosure sin
gls banded, with notbiog but tbe little
club mentioned above, and meet a grix
zly, or, in faot, anj kind of bear that
may be brought against him; ibat he
will either kill the bear or reduce it te
submission, as those who manage tbe
eombat shall eleet. On one oooasion
it seemed as though Bill's offer woald
resalt in match, but just as all tbe
preliminaries were closed, the Softie ty
for tbe Preveatioa of Oiuelty to- ani.
mals stepped in end stopped proceed
iogs Whether tbis wss done to pro.
teot Bill or tbe bear was never clearly
defined, but tbe anticipated fan was
When interrogated as to his method
of figbtitg, Bill said. "Wall, you see,
e bar's forelegs is his teadsr spot, and
wnea oe gits up en his bind quarters to
fight, I watch my chance and . bit his
bard on bis foreleg just above tbe an.
kle. Mr. Bar can't stand that, and
be'll whimper like a whipped dog and
drop down flat on tbe groand to eevtr
up bis fore-legs. Tben I can knock
bis brains out" Friends of Bill say
tbat be has killed many a grizxly in
this peeuliar manner.
Bill is big and brawny and rough as
tbe bears he fights, aod in addition te
bis Indian blood, of whieh be is proud,
has a strain of negro in his composition,
of wh:eb he is not proud. But the no.
gro blood gives him a genial, musioal
nature, while tbe Indian quartering
makes him wise in wooderaft and brave
as a lion. Somehow or other thouera
Bill spends most of bis time in the
mountains, he always knows tbe latest
and most popular songs, and many an
evening have 1 spent witb bun listening
to tbe strains of "Ater the Ball."
'Two Little Girls in Bins." "Wait,
Mister Postman," and others.
Warwick is Untainted
Thbjlx was -uproar among leaders
of the Republican party in Philadel
phia on the 9th met., over tbe nomi
nation of a- candidate for Mayor.
Until within a few weeks of the
meeting of the Convention, it was '
believed that the nomination of State
Senator Penrose would be made
without opposition. The republican
combine of the city was for bim.
But presto, change, some influence
crept into the combine and schemed
and turned the members away irom
their promises to Penrose, and tben
to get away from their pledges to the
Senator, the combine was dissolved.
To give the schemers against Pen
rose a chance to start a movement
against him, stories were circulated
that he was given to drunkenness,
that he is an infidel, Six The stories
were circulated araoog Sunday School
and Chnrch people, which revealed
how systematic the movement againtt
him had been planned. Tbe public
contractor element soon showed it
self against bim and so formidable
was the opposition to him, tliat
United States Senator Quay came
from Waahiogton with the hope of
calming tbe troubled waters and in
ducing David Martin and other lead
ers to stand by pledges mads to Pen
rose, but the bidden influence was
stronger than Quay.
W hat was the inflence tbat con-
troled Martin and othera ' declare
for any available m n to defeat Pen
rose is the question yet unanswered
Ihe Convention met. Charles F.
Warwick received 684 votes. Pen
rose received 233 votes -
The nominee is an able man.
Will he suit tbe men who defeated
The discord thus created is de
plored by republicans throughout
the State and democrats say now is
the time to nominate Governor Pat
tisou for Mayor.
While no one is justifiable in de
claring that tbe trouble will end in a
democratic victory, there are danger
A danger signal in the case is
found in the fact that the Penrose
men refused to ratify the nomination
of Warwick. They refused to vote)
to make tbe nomination unanimous.
Another danger signal in the case
is the remarkable opportunity that
was offered te Senator Quay to ex
press bis disapproval of the methods
employed to defeat Penrose. Quay
had gone back to Washington, and
on the very day that Penrose was
defeated, he was in his seat in the
Senate, when Cockrell of Missouri
was on tbe floor with the Income
Tax BUL How strange that just at
that juncture an opportunity for the
display of the phenominal resooces
of Senator Quay should be given.
If a thousand Senators bad been
there each with a knowledge of re
publican affairs in Philadelphia, and
with an acquaintance of the Income
Tax Bill, probably not a single other
man than Quay, would have had the
fertility of resources to turn the In
come TaxBill into an explosive instru
ment to reveal the influences tbat
had brought about, the defeat of Pen
rose. Quay saw the opportunity to re
veil tbe hidden hand, and be did it.
He asked permision of Senator
Cockrell to so amend the tax bul that
toe name sum w cu.jMuv.ra
of corporations shall be published
He said the circumstances of the
past 36 hoars in Philadelphia in
connection with an important nomi
nation dictates tbe wisdom of mak
ing a record of tbe saleries of men
who are in tbe secret service of eor
porationsv that a certain prominent
citizen of Philadelphia bad been in
fluenced by secret service corpora
tion influence in his political action
to snch a degree tbat be violated bis
plighted faitb, that he was receiving i
vearlv a corporation salary: a Hilary i
large enough to support bis family.
Quay paid farther--
"The amendment 1 suggest is per
tinent simply in this respect, tbat
men in such a position witb high
power for good or evil, onght not to
be permitted to masqueraae as act
ing in the interest of the publie or in
tbe interest of any party, when in
reality they are serving these grent
corporate bodies. Tbey ot-pht to go
about and meet their fellow fairly
and openly with tbe dollar nark of
tbe corporation upon their forbeads.
I think such an amendment as I sug
gest should be inserted iu the bill be
fore it passes."
Senator wuay did not mention tne
name of any corporation, but as tbe
Philadelphia traction corporation
has been working latterly witb tbe
city couneil, it is believed by many
tbat he had reference to the secret
service work of that corporation, and
thus tbe republican convention for
the nomination of a Mayor in Phila
delphia, has become a question for
tbe widest consideration, tbat will in
all probability, result in an investiga
tion into Traction and other corpor
ation methods. So far Warwick ia
Are Women Abused By Men-
Under the above head some one
wrote the following: It seems to be
a fact tbat a majority of women,
married or single, believe they are
abased by tbe men just because the
bitter happen to have control of
basineas affairs, rnn politic and do
Tbe woman of marriageable age
who is still living at her home feels
that men are not doing right by her.
She naturally wants to marry, have a
big wedding, go on a tour of tbe
Eastern States or Western, as the
esse may be. But she has to go on
waiting because no man asks her to
join him in these festivities. For
this reason she feels that she ia an
The old maid who has settled
down to earn her own living just
hates the men, because they allow
her to wear her finger nails off
scratching for bread. The aight of
a man walking comfortably along tbe
street, or driving, or even lounging
around some resort, causes her ia
indignation to rise to the top notch.
Why do they thus continue to abuse
The shop girl wonders why the
boys do not gather round her and
ask her to choose one of them to be
her defender and supporter. She ia
quite certain that she should not be
permitted tin live by the sweat of her .
brow, and the whole of the blame is 1
t ... it. - .n . n .v bIiA '
WIS lf J f M MVM OTUW W
earn.ng money enough for' two and
spending it for t.htir own ooanfort.
Married wc men are the load si
implaitters and their complaints are
gen -rally against their husbands. It
is ad right . during tbe honeymoon
but when that is ever and they turn
to face the realities of life they feel
tbat tbey are being abused. Her
household duties are heavier thsm
when she was at home, her husband
is not the singing lover who filled
her heart with' joy and her days ate
not aa thickly interspersed with pic
nics as when she was a girl.
As she thinks over this she be
csmes more and more deeply con
vinced t hat she in a much abused
worn m; that husbands are not half
as nice as beans and is quite certain
that be never would have married
bad it not been for the men. ;
The Gypsy Metk.
TU a eypsy n. -th which i taking
possession of New England ia sn im
migrant from France. It reached
New England in 1870, and has since
multiplied in an alarmin? way. Its
caterpillars are very destructive, and
New England would like to have a
federal appropriation of $200,000 to
use it preventing it from interfering
with interstate commerce.
Tuscarura Yalley Rallrad.
Trains oa the Tuscarora Valley
Railroad will run as follows:
Leave East Waterford at 8.00 a.
at., and 2 p. v., arriving at Port Roy
al at 9 15 a. x. and $.15 p. m.
Leave Port Royal at 10:30 a. m.
and 5.15 r m., arriving at East Wa
terford at 1L45 A. M. and 6.30 p. u.
J. C. MOOKEHEAD,
Rebecca Wilkinson, of Browns
valley, Ind., says: "I have been in s
distressed condition tor tnree years
from Nervousness, Weakness of the
Stomache, Dyspepsia, and Indiges
tion until my bltb was gone. I
had been doctoring constantly with
no relief. I bought one bottle of
South American Nervine which done
md more good than any $50 worth of
doctoring I ever did in my life.
woiJd advise every weakly person to
use this valuable and lovely remedy;
A few bottles of it has cured me
completely. I consider it the grand
est medicine in the world." War
ranted the moat wonderful stomach
and nerve cure ever known. Trial
bottle 15 cents. . Sold l.v L. Banks
& Co., Drnggiet, MifBintown,'. Pa. .
Feb 1. 93 ly.
Biwedlasr ant RUlng-
Tbis broc'lor may or may not be
successful r:;isor Ii he is not, the prob
ability im ho will not stay in the ranks
mauy years, lint will throw up tho bnM
ness in disosr. The fraternity misses
fucli a iiiaii. The successful raiser
the mau who is in a position to mako
money out of tho poultry business, siud
he does. Ho probably could ami perhaps
does raise pure bred fowls. If ho dx
and is not a scientific Breeder, he twl
doin raises anything of particular note
unless by so;ne chance mating, Yc-t lit
can make tho business pay, for, aside
from those that he realizes from $1 to
(2.50 each for, lie hat n tot lie can sell
at tho market prico to help fill his wal
Ia- n.t.l . V C.. .. . 1 J. ... 1. .' .
6tayig in tU( business, bo it ill thor
oughbrmls or in crossbred for market
Kwp Hens SrratetiBc.
Fowls kept in artificiallybeated house
are more npt to contract eolds than oth
erwise. After bavins heated, their bod'
fes thoy of a sudden go outdoors to
meet a teuiperaturo a gsxfl many de
grees colder. In this tho scratching Micd
does nnblo work. It is a good
between, gradually introducing tho
poulrry to the change. Tho shed being
' . . : i . i i n .i i. j . i . i
ot'jjrut-T coiTiur man rue
it likewise is 10 degrees
wnrinui.- t..au tho outside temperature.
Certainly this gradual oltango is less
dangerous than a sudden- exposure to 30
If the scratching shed is under tho
tamo roof with tho roosting pen, whieh
It should bo, a muslin door can lo f.is
tened in front, which, during inclement
weather, cau be kept closed.
Tbe Railroad fap
Tb ClersyrrjaOt I
Tbe Business an
and all other men who have to I
look neat while at work, shomld
know aboat "CELLrLorn" Col
lars Aits Cuffs. They look ex
actly like linen, wear well mod
being waterproof do not wilt
down with heat and moisture.
They do not soil easily and can
'be cleaned in a moment by sua
ply wiping off with a. wet sponge
or doth. Do aot confuse these in
yoor mind with composition
goods. Every piece ef the genu
ine is stamped like tbis :
ese and refuse anything
eke if yon wish satisfaction. Re
member tbat goods so marked
are the only waterproof goods
made by coating a linen collar
fiving strength and durability,
f your dealer should not have
the "Celluloid" send amount di
rect to us and wc will mail you
sample post-paid. Collars 25c.
each. Cuffs, 50c. pair. State size
and whether stand-up or turned
down collar is wanted.
THE CELLULOID COMPANY.
427-29 Broadway, New York.
A wondrrftiiiniprovemMitln Prletlra FeeSa and
,rriD ;,Jmr"t- Frlcttfc.irfcFeee,
mains all tbefwd gearing to iuukI Mill while lax-k-"
Mr aa wear. rn
4nUiDMTOforlmCauUcMaBI prices Xtmo
. V!f. Marrawe, lly Kake. Caltlvmtora,
rm Plaster, Rbellera, etc Mrntloa thit paprr.
UKXCH DHOHOOLD, Ur, York, Pa.
. w r
"mam awa am.
I Ask forth
NEW DENTAL OFFICE.
Dr. S. D. Diffenderfer, graduate of
the University of Maryland Dental
Jpartmnt, desires t6' inform -the
public that be has opened a"- Dental
Office at Oakland Mills f Pa , where
he can be found at all times.- Teeth
extracted painlessly.- All work guar
After the Grip
Glck, Lifeless, Dull
OT XOW IS
Healthy, Happy, Lively
Thla Decided Cheng Brought About
by Taking Hood's Sarsaparllla.
"C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
Gentlemen I wish to certify to the fonow
lng tacts: My little girl, VU May Guthrie,
bad a severe attack ot the grip, and got some
what better, but she lid not seem to get right
well. She lingered along Irom tay to day, poor,
weak and languid. We consulted a leading
phytklan. and he said it was the dregs of the
grip still about her. We gave the medietas he
ordered, but she seemed to get
Mere and More Delicate.
She could scarcely eat anything, and what Uttw
she did take seemed to do her no good. Her
flesh was soft and not healthy, and she was
tnnlii aud dull with no ambition. We were
very much concerned about her. No medicine
seemed to have any effect unUl about two
luontlis ago wa commenced to give her Hood's
Sarsaparilla. She kad not taken half a bottle
before she began te- eat heartily, and wo could
tea a decided change in her. - Today she Is in
the full enjoyment of
Her flesh Is solid, her appetite good and cheeks
rosy, her sleep sound asm refreshing, and her
spirits high. BUe is fulTef BY, sod ai mUcbiei
ona as she ean be. Alt this hnproreaiaat wa
linmeht about by taking flood's Sarsaparffla.
My lie Joins with mo In reronmieiMiInethls medr
Iclne nt the lest In tlie world for lmllmng up the
im tliTTHRiK. ITeatBTllle. Penn.
Bo sura to get Hoor Sanaparllla.
Hood's Pills etire all Brer m, coortlpatloD,
tllluung3, lauixMoa. slckhearfrgW. lndlcestloa.
(Graduate of the FMLdeVhla Dental Col
lornier'r of Miffllnhnre, Pa., has In.
eu'rd I im.m-ntlr in Vilfinfnwn, .. .re.
ceor to the Iaf Dr. L. Derr. and wil
can'inue the dent.l bn'tie.s (established
by the l.trer in l86;st the well known
lie Qn Bridge street opposite Cnnrt House.
ET- TEKTH EXTRACTED, ABSOLUTE
LY WITHOUT PAIN.
Je CMoroform, Ether, or 6ms used.
No Son Gums or Di.eornfort to patient,
rithi-r florins extraction or afterward.
All ilei-e are Guaranteed rr ro charge
will he made.
AH work guaranteed to snve perfect
natl.l.etio. Term., .trictlr ch.
H. P. DERR,
In Uit titattof MARGJRET J: JCEAWE
V Y, late of Lack (owaMi. dmctmtd.
Notice i. hereby given lht lettteis nt
Adtnini.tratinn oi the estatn of Margart-t
A. .Kennedy, lato of Lack township. Juni
laconnly, deceased, nave twen granted to
tbe undersigned. All peraons iudebted to
M estate wi'l please make immediate py
mi, ana tno.a naving claim, will pr.aent
tnemauiDenticatra lor stt:ainent.
Jo.iru B. Kkx.kdt,
Lari H. Campbell.
January lit, 1895. Jdjmnittmlrt.
Htht ttlatt ofSYBILLJ LEITZEL.
or Delaware townthip, dictated.
Notice . hereby given tbat letter, of Ad-
tuiui.tration on the e.tateot SybillaLeitxel,
late or Uelaware town.bip, Juniata cenntv.
deceased, have been granted to the under
tanrd. All perwas iod.bled to xud date
will plea.o make immediate payment, and
tboe having claims will present tbera auth
enticated for settlement.
D. E. LEITZEL.
December 1 lib. 894.j . pge;
In tbe matter ot the petition of William
H. Longacre lor 'be benefit of tho insolvent
To all the creditors ef said petitioner.
Notice is hereby given that William H
Longacre, of Fermanagh township, Juniata
Ca., Pa., will present his petition for the
uencui oi tne insolvent taw of this Com
monwealth, to the Court ot Common Pleas
of Juniata caunty, oa Honday the fourth
day ot reaenary, A. D , 136, at tea o'clock
A. H. W1L.L um HOOPES,
WILLIAM H. LONGACRE,
r ivo- sjSmbis ti. Hudson, Ute of the town.
X tkl af Delaware. Conatv of Jnnl.t.
oiaw w s-enasyivaoia.
naaacas, Anna Laara Hudson. vot
wus, aas niaa a libel la tha Court af Com.
moB Pleas of J unlets County, of Septem
oar Term no. 148, praying a divorce
against you. Now you are hereby notified,
aaa required to appear in said Court oa or
before Monday i tbe 4th dav ofFabrnarv. A
law aezi. to answer the complaint ot
as saia anna laara fladtoi. and la da.
fault of sueh appearance, you will ba liable
to save a uireroa granted ia yaur abseace.
Sheriff's Office, Mifflintowa,
lice, ivin, iBlrl. )
Ag-esits YTsa sated voa ova saw aooc
by America's Greatest Hamorist. '
Every one of bis previous books hare bad
immense sales. - His new book snrnaa.es
anything ha has heretofore written. Two
stories in ana volume. Jt TRJQEDY JNT)
COMEDY. A grast chance for aeenta.
We giva ezclnaha terrltorv. For terms
and full paiticalara address.
W. aJiui at Co., (26 Arch St., Phila.
Nov. 7tb, f4.
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wTa.as.wai, rtaraaat saSmI slrtra thr-sc
WlllNrtJt Vwtliasg Uk hussS-. Yum
Pw stoilaMt, UbS) sslgnWai
Us ru. aW .kt. piHshsj litiii,
Wm4 BlMirftsl WiVsA. Sa aarmkaral
lewral am a a?
1C brtjkM sUssina .Th.
" - - - -i ii TilSma s
E saU f or SI m iSJ
uaiHn ate wood-rim. 1 '
ACEZE ROADSTER $55
tiaaraause aasM as agrats sn far t te DC&
ACKE ROAD RACER, 25 lbs. &f)
Toa .iTA. !SwholMau price for -.nitr.
It onn. bot aj "cnu; V !:' thrr:
Acme Cycle Company,
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
pERRT COTJNTT RAILROAD.
The following schedule went Into BVct
Nov. 19, 1893, sod the trains will be run at
p. as a. m Leara Arrive a. ti y. m
4 8 "15 Puncannon 8 40 8 60
4 J5 21 Ring'a Mill 8 34 8 44
4 St) 9 24 'Sulphur Springs 8 31 8 41
8 41 9 28 "Cor min Siding 29 3 89
4 46 9 29 Itontrbello Park 8 '.'fi 3 8(1
4 4H 31 'Weaver 8 24 8 34
4 61 9 86 'Rnddv 8 19 3 29
4 64 9 89 Hnff min 8 16 8 Vi
4 i'ti 9 41 Royer 8 14 8 24
4 69 944 ?Mbaaov 8 II 8 21
6 10 10 no BlMmfleld 8 05 8 IS
6 17 10 7 Lrag's Koad 7 62 2 46
6 VI 10 IS Ne1lana 7 46 2 89
6 th 10 16 'Ount's 7 43 2 36
6 28 10 19 Klliot.bnrc 7 40 2 33
6 24 10 21 Br rnbei.1'. 7 84 2 2"
6 86 10 27 "Gtwd Prk 7 82 2 26
6 41 10 82 "Montour Jane. 7 27 2 20
6 09 11 20 Landisburg 6 65 1 60
f. m . hi Arrive Leave a. ra p ro
Tram leave. BlooinftciM at K 10 a. m.
and arrive, at Landi.burg at 6.4" a. m.
Train leaver Landi.bn'g at 6.14 p. in., and
arrives at rJloomlield at 6. 60 p. ni.
Train, leave Loy.ville lor Uunc.nnnn at
7. 220 .. m., and 2. 15 p. m. Returning,
arrive at 10 37 a. m., and 4.66 p. ra
Between Lantitnrg nd Lny.vdle trains
run a. follow: Le.vn Landi.hurg lor Loy.
ville 6 6 a. ni., and 1 60 p in.. Lnr.vilie
for Laadisbnrg 11 10 a. m., and 6 09 p. m.
All stations BMrk rd () are dag stations,
at wbieh traiae will eouia to a lull .top un
V) iw orngyix tatxnmti .
KH1HH I W. Mr I E.H Ml 111 II w Mi
Cf" LiTB VUD AITS BUBttO n. aV
Gnrj Traf.lv aMl4 aa. a bnttU ot St la ala aid
tTuaru Kilffapae rvom I
swiw wmiiii aBC
la and to
ttas old Aaodra rsllaf ana ajuHr
PHr s ra, bj aiau. bokua
Si a JOKKSOM st.QO. Swon.aUat
Nothing On Eartll Will
Sheridan's Condition Powder!
KEEPS YOUR CHICKENS
Strong and Healthy ; Preveata all Disease.
Caod for MouMmf Bent.
tt hi abaolntolr vara. RlaMr
roaa. Stttiy mdirloa. mO
and M pwwil M"
w.ta or a oral a mmj.
So mI.v 0a.fmrth a.
Om imrw can avd i.
ad Mx ta iwwnl Rm" aars au
It" yon cwwt c I aenal to aa.
HI raak aw. nr. St A a l-t lb. aaa SI .
rui. a a. asBma paid, romltry Mni O
Jit ornu. rrae rtll ai.aioroM. or mora,
of Tax FHkt Pon.r.T lAra .onrrroo.
I. S. JOUKSOK rO..SI CaoMat Uoaas St.
John Zook offers at Privata Sale a farm
of 7S Acres, all clear land in Ferraanach
township, aboat two miles from Afifflmtown.
on tha st.f e ro.d to Selin.eroe. with good
Bank Barn Toil . good Log non.e weath
er boarded, corn criby ehicken-honsa and
other out hsildiog., piped water at tbe
door of bon.e, well water at the bars.
There ia a vonne apple orchard or 69- tree.
ju.t beginning to hear, an abundance of
grapes snd olhnr rratt. There t. a first
rata location for a peaeh orchard of 1500
trees on tbe farm. Far particulars, adalreas
Jobs Zoos, Box IS, JViRtintowa, Jaaiata
Where... the Hon. JEREMIAH LYONS,
President Jndae ot the Court r Common
Pleas, for tha Forty-First Judicial District,
composea ot tn eoantiea or Jamata and
ferrv, and the Honor.hle JOSIAH L. BAR
TON and 3. P. WICKEKSHAM, Associate
J as gas or tke aaM court of Commoa Pleas
of Jnaiata cauaty, by precept duly Issaad
and to ma 1 tree led for boMing a Court of
Oyer and Terminer and Geaeial Jail Deliv
ery, and General Quarter 8 essioas of the
Peace st MilllintowB, on the
FIRST MONDAY OP FEBRUARY,
isse, BIUHP THE 4th DAT OF THE
Notics asaKar aires, to the Coroner.
Justices of tbe Peace and Constable, of the
County of Juniata, that they ba tben and
there in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock
a the forenoon ofaaid day, with their rew
ords, iaquiaitiona, examinatloBS sad Oyer
remestberaoces, to do those things tbat to
their efflees respectfully appertain, and
those that are begad by recognisance to
prosecute sgain.t tbe prisonera that are or
msy be ia tbe Jail of .aid county, be tben
and there to prosecute af ainst them aa
shall be just.
By aa set of the Assembly, 1 psssed the
6th dsy of May, 1854, It made tho duty of
Justices of tha Peace of tho several conn
ties of this Commonwealth to return to the
Clark of tbe Court or Quarter Sessions of
the respective coanties, all the recegnt
sauces entered into before them by any eij.
sen or persons charged with tha cob mis
sion of any crime, except such cases aa may
be ended before a Justice of tha Peace, ua.
der existing lawa at least tea d ay. bef on
tbe commencement of the session of tha
Court to which tbey are made returnable
respectively, and in all ca.ea where recog
nisances are entered ioto lose than ten days
before the commencement of the session to
which tbey are made returnable, tha . ..i
Juatices are to return tha same in tha seme
manner as ir said act had not been passed
Dated fat Mifflintown. tha ai.r h.. .r
Deaember. in the rear of onr r-ni AM A
thonsand sight hundred sad Blaety.feur.
SAMUEL LAPP, SAm.
Sanaivr's Omoa. i - .
MiUiatown, Deseatber 6, 1894.
n rr a
On and aftar.Sandar, KoTamber
26, 1894, trains will rnn as follows:
War PsaseBger. leaves Philadelphia at
4 80 a. n; Hsrrlabnrg 8 18 a. m; Dancau
non 8 54 a. m; New Port 9 24 a. to: Mil
lerstown 9 86 a. ssVeDurword 9 43 a. as;
TboBipsontowD 9 47 a. nt Van Dyke 9 86
a. as; Tuscsrora 9 69 a. at; wexico iu a.
ra; Port Royal 10 07 a. m: HIBIla 10 14 a.
sa; Pejiholml0 21 a, m; Lewfttown 10 40
am; HcTevtowa 11 08 a. SB; newion
Haasilten 11 Si a. m; Mount Union II
a. at; Huntingdon 12 10 p. aa; Tyrone 1 OX
p. sa; Aitoona 1 45 p. m; Pittsburg 6 WP
aau Train leaves rolladeipnia at i va a.
m, Barriaburg 11 20 a. ro; Dnncanaonl 1 60
a. am; Newport 12 14 p. m; Vifflin 12 52 p.
m; Lewiatown 1 12 p. m; alcVevtown 1 88
p. m; Mount Union I (6 p re; Hnntingdcrti
2 17 p. as; Petersburg 2 80 p. m; Tyroof
8 06 p. m; Aitoona 8 40 p. so; Pittsburg
8 60 p. m. (
Aitoona Accommodation leaves Uarrsj.
burg at 6 00 p. ra; Dmcannon 6 84 p. ui
Newport 6 02 p. m; Jfillsratown 8 18 p nfa
Tbosspaontown 6 24 p m; Tuscarora 6 83
p. as; Jfexieo 6 87 p an; Port Koyal 6 42
p. ; Mifflin 6 47 p. m; Denholm 6 65 p. ;
Lawisiowa i is p. so; jfeveytown 7 19 p.
m; xnewron Hamilton B uu p. m; linattng
don 8 82 p. m; Tyrone 9 16 p. it; Aitoona
9 60 p. m.
Pacific Express leave. Philadelphia at
11 20 p. m; Harrisburg 3 10 a. as; Marts
ville 8 24 s. ui; Dancannoa3 88s.nl; New.
port 8 59 a. m; Port Royal 4 31 a. m; Mif
din 4 37 a. an; Lewiatown 4 68 a. m; klc
Veytown 6 80 a. in; Huntingdon 6 03 a.
m; Tyrone 6 65 a. m; Aitoona 7 40 a. m;
Pittsburg 12 10 p. m.
Express leavea Harrisburg at 10 20 p. ra;
Newport 11 08 p. m; Mifflin 1146 p. m;
i Lawiatowa 12 06 a. m; Huntingdon 1 05 a.
tn , rnn . I ,n
sa. diviid ia. a ra; Aiiooua iu a. ui;
Pittsburg 6 50 a. m.
r.st Line leavea Philadelphia at 12 25 r
m; Harrrisbnrg 3 50 p. ni; Duncanon 4 15
p. ro; Newport 4 37 p. ni; Mifflin 6 10 p. in;
Lewiatown 6 29 p. n; Mount Union 6 09 p.
ra; Huntingdon 6 28 p. n.; Tyrone 7 06 p.
m; Aitoona 7 40 p ra; Pittsburg 11 20
Harrisburg Accomroodatiea leaves AI.
toona at 6 00 a. m; Tyrone 5 28 a m; Hunt
ingdon 6 05 a. m; Newton Hamilton 6 ii3
a. m; McVeylown 0 62 a. m; Lewiatown
7 1Ka.ro; Mifflin 7 88 a. in; Port Royal
7 44 a. ro; Mexico 7 48 a. m; Thompson
town 8 02 a. m; Milleratowa 8 12 a. to;
Mewport 8 22 a. to; Duncannon 8 49 a. m;
Harriabtirg 9 28" a. m.
Sea Shore leaves Pitttsbnrg a 10 a ui;
Aitoona 7 15 a m; Tyrone 7 48 a ro; Hunt
ingdon 8 80 a id; McVeylown 9 15 a ro;
Lewiatown 9 85 a m: Mifflin 9 66 a m;
Port Roval 9 69 a tn; Tkompsontown 10 14;
Milleratowa 10 22 am; Newport 10 32 a m;
Dnacaunoa 10 64 a mi Marv.rille 11 07 a
a; Harrisburg II 25 a m; Philadelphia 3 00
Day Express leaves Pittsburg at 8 00 a.
ro; Attooaa 11 50 a. m; Tyrone 12 16 p. trt;
Muntiegdoa 12 48 p. an; Lawiatowa 1 45 p.
m; Mifllin 2 06 p. so; Harrisburg 8 20 p. m;
Baltimore 6 45 p. my Washington 7 60 p.
m; Philadelphia 6 60 p. m; New York 9S8
Mail leaves Aitoona at 2 00 p. m, Tyrone
2 36 p. ta, Huntingdon 8 20 p m- Newton
Hamilton g 51 p. ro; MeTeytown 4 12 p. m;
Lawlstawa 4 S8 i. o; Mifflin 6 03 p. ra.
Port Royal 6 08 p. nh Afexico 6 13 p. ni;
Thompson to n 5 27 p. in; Millers town 5 88
p. m; Newport 6 48 p. nt; Duncaanoa 6 SO
p. u; Harrisburg 7 00 p. ai.
Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 1 00 p.
m; Aitoona 6 15 p. m; Tyrone 6 87 p ni;
Hiialiiifdon 7 20 p. ni; McVeytown 8 04 p.
m; Lewiatown 8 26 p Afiftlin 8 47 p m;
Part Royal 8 o2 p. ra; Milleratowa 9 07 p.
ui; Newport 9 26 p. m; Dnacaunon 9 60 p.
m; Harrisburg 10 20 p. ui.
Philadelphia Exprese leaves Pittsburg at
4 30 p m; Aitoona 9 05 p. m; Tyrone 9 38
p. m; Huntingdon 10 12 p. ni; Mount Ua.
inn 10 82 p. ro; Lewi.town 11 16 p. m; Mif
flin 11 87 p. m; Harrisburg 1 00 a. m; Phil
adelphia 4 30 New York 7 33 a. m.
PERRY COUNTT RAILROAD.
Traius leave Duncannon or BloomHald at
9 15 a. m. and 4 80 p. m; returning, arrive
at Duncannon 8 36 a. m. and 3 69 p. m. on
EAST DROaD TOT R. R.
Train, leara Ml. Union on week day. m
9 20 aud 1 1 20 a. m. 4 00 and 6 16 p. tu.
trains arrive at Mt. Union 8 10 and 11 20 a.
oa, 3 14 and 6 87 p. ru
P. N. N. W. R. .
Tra nt leave. Bellwood at 8 00 a. m. aud
8 38 m. arrived at Bellwood at 1 1 ll a.
ni. and 6 45 p. in.
N. t S. V: R R
Trains leave Newport on week day. at
10 00 a. m and 6 05 p. m. arrive at New.
port 7 55 a. m. and 4 00 p. m.
T. V. R. K.
Trains leave Port Royal 10 go a. m. and
3 16 p. m., artive at Port Koyal 8 45 a. m.
and 3 15 p in., week davs.
Trains for bundury at 7 40 a. m. and 3 00
p. ra., leave Sunbury for Lawiatowa 10 05
a. m, and 2 25 p. m.
HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP R. I.
Trains h-ave tar Bedford and Cututier.
land'st 8 111, 8 85 a.m., and 6 35 p. ui
leave Bedlord for Huntingdon 9 60 a. iu
3 65 aud 4 20 p. tu , leae Cumberland lor
Huntingdon at 2 J5 p. m.
Trains leave fur Bellefonte and Lock
Haven at b 10 a. m., 3 34 and 7 25 p m.,
leave Lock Haven lor Tyrone 4 30, 9 87 a.
ni. and 4 15 p. ru.
TYRONE AND CI.EARFIKLt) R. R.
Trsma leave Tyrone lor Cl-aiflald and
Curwensrilleat8 30 a.nl.. 3 16 ami I .10
p in., leave Curwen.ville tor Tyrone at 4 30
a. ui , 9 42 and 3 51 p m.
JV1EWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL
I v lev Railroad Company. Time tatve
of passenger train, in
effect on Monday,
October lat, 1891
r at A
Juniata Furnace ..
Vs. lev Road ,
6 5 10 on
6 0810 08
6 12 10 071
6 15 10 10!
6 25 10 17!
22 10 20! 6 44
6 81 10 26
6 6l( 8 88
6 89,10 84
6 61 10 48
6 64 10 49
7 16 II 00
Port Robeaoa ....
7 12:11 0
7 17!ll 12
7 2811 18
7 27111 22
Mount Pleassnt ...
New Garmant'a ...
7 86 11 80
7 41 11 88
7 45lll 40
D. GRING, Presideat and Manager,
. K. Mnxaa, General Ageat.
The undersigned persons have formed an
Association for tha protection of tbeir ro.
spective properties. All persons are here
by aotilled aot to trespass on the lends of
tne anaersigned far tha purpose of hunting
gathering nats, chiwlnr timber or throwina-
down feaces or firing timber ia any way
whatever. Any violation ot tbe above no
tice will bo dealt with according to law.
Beaabar It Zook,
Mary A. Brnbaker,
September 6, 1896.
rwcoosUpaUon, nootomComuluaon. Sstos
nures Sick Headache
IS AXSAa TsWiaWA
lllll lllllll BJIIjI nsatts
LoBis E. Arantsos. r. at. si. rxxxau, y.
anrnrgaiKdlBl At PKMBBLI..
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,,
rtyCollectUg aa. Coaravuetag Kempt
ty attended to.
Omoa Oa Main ssreet, In placa of rati,
denes sf Lonls X. Atkinson, Esq., saatli at
Bridge street, JOet 16,1891.
OKF1CK IN CO1?" HOU2&.
na.n.n .ca a wt oao, na. a as wis k .c k w a. ,
JR. D. If . CRAWFORD It SON,
have formed a partnership for the prar-'ica
of Medicine and their collstiersl braacbM.
O'Bce at old atsnd, isomer of Third ani tfr
scge streets, Miffliutewn, Ps. Oneor fc;t
ot them will be found ai tneir orecr . s
time. unless otherwise profeaaionslly n
gaced. v April 1st, 1890. , ., .
jyR. B. F. ACKLET, Sitxialist
Propl.ylax.is snd treatment of iafec
tion by Diphtheria, Croup. Typhoid Fa.
ver, ax., and of disesses of the Digestive
System, Acute and Chronic' Dr. As meth
ods are. in full sccord with tin most exact
ing Bscferiology. Having received fsvor.
able recognition by sdvanced journals snd
members of the two leading schools of med
icine, Ihe sutbor expresses contldsDce in his
nam ahilitv to render satisfactory ef-rv'ce ia
line of his specialities. By his methods (te
geim elements ot disease are des roved :a
tiom 1 to 8 days, snd the patient progrestiug
to convalescence without the uiual stages -of
meteorism or swelling, diarrhoea sol
bemorrsg. iu Typhoid Ferer or the dan
gerous sequences ot Diptitherii, viz-, blood
poisoning, fcc. Tbev have a speciUc pot
ncy ia degenerative conditions common ta
elderlv snd sged persons and beretoforo
regarded incurable. April 19, 18.
'She Repair NIiop ol tla,
If it is Kept Acti5Te,
nHAI.TQ will s'js--ut
VIP PJOT DISEASE.
y DOUBLE EXTRACT
JCnres l.irer Trenfclee
v clcausioK the bSotni
.he JfaturaJ ChntiBiel,
and not throe ttr
Skis:, thta drzviaicr ozt
ali linpuriices. -
50- PER DOTTLE
THf Wfftir, fVFR.
WF5 it tnt MSNNf Hi' s 4l.ASjU C jf
8INCHAMTCS. V. V.
A wontlt riut jTnorrivtmtfjt In Frlcrl 9ato sk-4
i;ic- ',,ack. UaUc moucru of s. Wylaksw ST
tvs. fsA in ny ctltr In IL mavrlrt. lUr--"'
tl Jlf h Fetsiis 'af'tiiwT H tbe e rvjrri at t i
I'l l whlls bsa'tTv; mrr-tt M-tlaC H row. waM.
c-ir. Writ for -trjtuinr and tf'-'
.'tv upon apMc-ulrru A! -hi M-nrio TMMJ
lows. Wur RnkcMS, CultKrir-Bra, Cmm P'tr..'
ra. feUelirre cte. J.eiticn lAis pmr.
iiEKCH h, mmm.. w y..t im,-;
a da. avn, am
FOR THE IKCUSTR.OUS.
If rou wmat work CM is pleat-ant ! prof ti Wo,
tnef us yit a44rss 1 aunediaulr . W trara tut u
ana woinru uow 10 t . n irom sjo.vw urr r.ny i
per year w' 'ivut huiny La) )rattoiv
rxperiroce, aitti faniih thr einiiluviiicut ai hi'-ti
xliejr can make that a -...ut. Kotuiu d 1 3s--;: It to 1
Ivarn or tliat reottirrr snuoh titn The wm. I
easy, healthv, ami hor . jlc. od ran b, 4onc cur
iu tlartiaM or crtu riebt iu torvvt l.-an-ily.
nrirer you ! Th reault of it f!w
hour a work ofte . ;iala a w?ka vacs.
We harr tan lit tfc isauHj of botli wxf t aud ail
Kffpt an J utJuijF h. u id foundations. ttiat wili
surf It hriuf Ihur U. j. .on. of the SDsflrtftn
men in this eou .'e flieir succks In life to
the start piytn ahile In o.p ebipley years
as;o Vou, re. .n..v ! at r.i: try It. " You
cannot tail. ? oco, .rul n-rCv.-.. We flt yuott.
with onift(iliiiT ti.M it new. aotiil, ani aure. A
bfrok brix, 'nl ui -vic is fr to ail. Hlj your.
f-lf t ..Hi" ' for it to-day not to-morrow.
DL -5 are ..y.
.J. ALLEN & CO.,
IS butsindeep. Therearetbousr.TdsofLi1id
wbo have recular features anil would be u-
oorded the palm of beauty were i t not for a
cunyiciiua. ioi:t sum we rrcomraecd DR.
HEORA'S VIOLA CREAM aa Trcrsin? itacu
OUAlitlC. that OttlrktT(!hunFn ihn met Mtliiw
and florid complexion to one of natural health
and unblemished beauty. It cures Oily akin.
Freckle. Black Heads, Rkxcbaa, Soabum,
Tan, F-.mplcs, and all rmpefirctloBa ol tbe
akin. It Is not a cosmetic but a curd, yet la bet--tr-r
for tho toilet table than powder. Sold by
irflxnni, or senx poet pam noon i??itji ra ooc.
1 1.1 1 I IS I
TNCR CO.. Teles. 0.
H Itosny tails to Cars aJUIIIEItS
DOUBLE EXTRACT 8AKSAPAIUUJL
trow best when planted with Paure Stt
Boate Dns. A ferMlirer tbat al- t
ways hrlues it rron. nlwavs lui- 3
4r prove ine soil. Hold Jlrert to fur-
E mers slt.iw per ton. jSo agents. :
BE Samnloii ftwi.
York Chemical Works, Yoi k. Pa. 13
Jtor Informs; oa andfra Baadboek writ, to
VM Si w SBMSWIT, HSW YORE.
far Saunitas Iwlnts In Aainrirs.
atverr jsstawt Ukan o by ns I. breasht Mtor
paaua mj a usnj givaa nee ox enuve la ma
SSHf S'fifSS u7 aeteattSe sensr Ir vi
sy . - ii k m
,C TMADK MARKS,