Juniata sentinel and Republican. (Mifflintown, Juniata County, Pa.) 1873-1955, March 20, 1895, Image 3
iniTEL & REPUBLICAN MIFTLINTOWN : WEDNESDAY. MAR fO, igfffi. TEEMS. BnlMcripttun, $1.50 par aanua If yaM te advance; $2.00 If met paid hi advance. TreasiAnt advertiso-nonta Inierted at 60 aests per Inch for each insertion. Traoaleat basinos sottoee te local cot sum, 10 cent per line for each Insertion. Deductions wilt bo made to tiioaa desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. SALE REGISTER. Of live stock and farming imple ments. March 23. E S. Warner will sell a wile north of Otkland, a top bng t7, core by the busLtl, potatoes by the busbel, chickens and household goods. Sale at 1 P. II. March 25. J. F. Babr will soil at bis place in Walker township, a horse, cattle and fsrm uicrsila, and at the. eaiae place, Mis Eva Auker, will soil household good?. Sale at 1 P.M. Tuesday. March 26 Joseph Roth rock, Agent for tbo Juniata Valley Bank, wilt sell at public sale at the Joseph Page fcriu in Monroe T-p., a good mere, and all kinds of farming implements, com fodder aud corn in the ear. Tames Carenv, Auctioneer. Marc a 13 Joseph K!ina, McCoysville " 20-Jat.es K. HertzW, Turbctt. " 20-G. XI. Bop, Crcsa Keys. " 21-Mrs. li. H. Robison, aud Stewart Robison. J2-Solomon Swarte, Oakland, CaTcny, Auctioneer. " 23-Paler Btirtl, Honey Grove. " 23-.Vrs. H Long, Walker. " 23 -Mrs. Ciirria Bardell, Jobna- Uvra. " 20-D W. Ouj, Turbett. 2fi-Joseph Rothrock. agent for Jnniafa VaIy Bank, on Jos. Pasrfl Dropertv, Monroe. " 27-J. H. Alk-al -Wexico. SHORT LOCJiLS. St. Patrick's Dy, Inst Sunday in th morning. of three iucbee Th?re wa a snow on Friday xnoruiof. J. D. Miller is digging f?r old in his lot in Newton HsuiiltoB. Tin Secretary of Agriculture ad v:cit.s d.?p plowing. Gjod. Biuker E. S. Parker c " Washing ton, D. C, was in town last Friday. Tl ground l;og is a Chestnut that cverv'ody declares to be a success this year. Good boises can be bought st pnb lie sa'es on the farms for $-10 to $90. Cows $16 to SiO. There id a small rebellion nr.ong the Cuban people, but there is no telling what it iiiay amount to. A 20 poun.l otter was ciug'ut and drowned in a net that Thomas Bi3 sett of iiawpsrt set in the liver to catch fish. The letters rs-naining uncalled for in tin Miftlintown post office for the week ending March 16, were for Mr. Chas. S!iellcnberg?r, Miss Emma Pratt. PiTruouth, Pa., farch 15. While ujjt.-r'd at praver at her home hero, Mrs. Jrhn Moonay expired. She was lrnf-lirg at the time death over took hr. The Daboin Bank at Dubois, sus pended last week. The President of the bick, J. E. Long is on a trip to the Holy Land while t he 400 deposi tors ere groaning over tba loss of their money. Tha Prpsbyteriaa congregation will mt at 2 p m., on Thursday, .Var"h 28. in the lectnro room of the church b'lildiog to take action on the re-ig'iatiiMi, tendsred by the pastor I;r. J. It H.8ndsr3on. sp'.in has need l promptly ex pressing regret for, the act of one of her ships of war. firming on the Uni ted States mail eteanier Allianca, wlisn she was on the sea's highway of Cuba, coinin? from the Carrib- buia sea to the United States on tbe Rfb of March. The Bloomficld Democrat save: We learn from various parts of the county, that the intensely cold weath er of February, destroyed nearly all the pirtrides and pheasants, and that wild turkeys have been found dead on the mountains and that even manv crows ware found frozen to death. The fit ft county ticket named this year wes that by tbe Republicans of Union, March 9. The primary elec tion official vote retnrns W. O. ShaflVr for Prothonotary, D. R. Har bison for Associate .fudge. D. L. Glover for District Attorney, E. B. Riehl for Surveyor, J. E. Hanek for Coroner and H. B. .Mussina for dele gate to the State Convention. The totil vote was 2,035. Keplogle's Photos have been creat ing quite a stir in the twin-towns. i neir auvent nas marked a new era in the Photo business. Prices have dropped and quality has raised. You can now get the best cabinet pictures ever ouVred to the public for $1.00 per dozen. Replogle'a gallery ha9 been enlarged and fitted up for the best trade, and over two thousand eabinets hare ben issued during the past winter. Those fine aristo cab inets only $1.00 per dozen. The gallery will remain opposite Man beck & Nelson's mill in Patterson a few weeks. 2w. In a letter to the Pittsburg Times a corresponded speaks of the early nys of the lumberiDg industry in Clearfield county and ears in part: "But these good old dajs have gone never to return. This spring there will he lees than fifty rafts on the river. Clearfield county was not greatly benefitted by the millions of pin i trees that went out of it Neither did the men who owned th trees, made the timber, hauled, raft ed and ran it, make much more than agesattho business. The supply was coiisidbrcd inexhaustible and for tunes were floated away only to en rich the Eastern capitalists who bought at their own figures. Look Haven and Williamsport were built by our people and their citizens en richt-d by our labor." 1$ is proposed to abandon tha ca. nana the Valley of the Sutque- miss Mary Worth is visiting her ncie ualeb Worth, in Washington, The public sales on the farms have been well attended, and prices about as wen as expected. J. A. Lumbard of the Selinagrove iribune, spent an afternoon in town last week, on business. The Centennial of Huntingdon rresoytery is to be held at Hunting don on the 9th of April George Picere of Shamokin, Pa., won a bbt of $ 50 that he could drink a quart of whisky, but he died. It is estimated from present re turns, that the income tax of Chioaj o, will be less than a million dollars. There is a bill in the Texas Legis ture, that proposes to tax bachelors nnder 30 years at the rate of $50 a year. Thera were hard times amonc chickens in Tyrone last week. The Methodist Conference was held in that t3wn. Two hundred thousand shoe mak ers, are on a strike in London. They oppose the introduction of American machinery. Read in another column of the ad vantages to be secured by attending the Bloomsbnrg Literary Institute and State Normal School The Altoona Daily Tribnne has been enlarged and put into the form of an 8 page papr, and other ways mads uncommonly attractive. John Cleck, aged 81 years, died at Lia home near Van Wert, Walker township at 4 P. M., on the lathin-t Interment in the Lost Creek Valley Monnonit cemetery on Saturdav. March 16 Mre. Anna H. Hammer. State Pres ident of the W. C. T. U. Association, leotured to a large audience of ladies in the Court House on Tiiuralav "TUB L.AHD r sT LOWERS." TRB SBASO TO IXOB1D VIA mil SYLVAN IA BAIUtOAD. T A I. , .. 4.1 tue general sentiment concern-in.- the Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany s personally-condocted tours to Florida is to be taken as an index to weir popularity, they may in all yenty be styled the ideal tours. The next and last of thi ..... series of tours to Jacksonville will leave New York and Philadelphia oa March 26 and the rate, including round trip transportation and meals and Pullmsn berth on special train going is $50.00 from New York and $48.00 from Philadelphia; propor tionate rates from other points. Tickets for this tour will be good for return passage en regular trains on May 31. The number of persons for which accommodations can be provided is necessarily limited, and it would therefore be prudent for those who desire to join this party to make ap plication for space. For further information apply to Ticket Agents, or address Tourist Agent, 1196 Broadway, New York, or Room 411, Broad Street Station. Philadelphia, to whom anrjlicition for space should also be made. t7nlte Ersmarellcat meats. AppolBt- "The There Sal. ion were few evening. Subjecl: against the home. men present. A dead German cam was taken from the river bank near this place on Tuesday. It is supposed the fish waa billed by t?.e ice and washed sa. lore. It possibly escaped from a fish pond in the Juco flood of 1S89. Weight 11. pounds. The men who aivertiee are the most successful business rutn, and the boys and girls who spend their evraiags reading newspapers aud good books, become the intelligent and leading psoplo in the localities in which they live. It counts evtry time. Justice Henry W. Williams savs: That uoder the common law there is no sucu ming es legal property in a dog, but that the owner of premises where a dog is habitually kept with tbs knowledge and consent of the owner is responsible for the mis-doings of the dog. By rule of Conference, Rev. John H. Mortimer succeeds Rev. .M L. Drum at Mifflintown; Rev. John K. LI jvd is his own successor at Port R-ya!; Rev. Henry Trevertou suc ceeds himself at Thompeontown: Rev. A. S Fasick, Curt in Heicrhts; Rev. M. L. Drum goes to Shippens burg. An cxchaDge Fays: Mr. Charles Esterly, a single young man aged 26 year?!, resident with his parents in Lenai k, is an expert with the needle, and amused himself with racking fancy patchwork quilts, he now be ing ou his sixth quilt. Oo quilt contains 4,150 patches. That young mau onght to have no trouble in get ting married. He ought te nurry a female reformer, an equal rights woman, a' damsel who demands from that monster and tyrant mac the right to vots. While she was re forming the world, Mr. Esterly could support the family miking quilts. The American steamship, Allianca, as fired upon and ordered to stop and bo examined by a Spanish ship of war, but Captain Cros-nia: order ed the Allianca to press on all steam, ! ami by ko doing get away from the meddlesome Spaniard. The chase was given up after a 25 miles run. Considerable indignation is express ed by some people in Naval circles at the Spanish ship of war. The Captain of the Alliaoca says bis ship was more than 3 miles off the island of Cubs, and the Spaniard had no right to attempt to atop bim for search. There is a rebellion in Cuba, aud it is probably that which caused the Spanish ship to attempt to over haul the American steamer, nnder the belief that she was a vessel giv ing aid aud comfort to the rebels. But with all that, it seems that the Spaniard was to hasty in his demand and firing upon the American ship. The annual meeting of the Cen tral Peunsylvania Couference of the United Evangelical churob. was held in York. The following are some of the appointments made: Iobk Distbict: A. H. Elder. Pre siding Elder. Albeiton, S. P. Remsn York Graes, Benjamin Heagst. Caslislk Distbict Noah Youdit. P. E. Carlisle. J. W. MeesiDger. Perry, E. L. Kessler. Newport and Marysviile H. H. Douty. Liverpool, H. T. Seario. Fishing Creek Valley L. K. Har ris. Juniata W. C.Bierlr. Cextrc Distbict A Stapletou, P. E. Lswistown George Joseph. Patterson I D. Shortes. Ballefonlo O. E. Zehncr. LnwisuCao District. H. W. Buck. P. K. Lewisburg C. W. Fitkbinder. Miiton .V. 8. Fe-salman. Bloomsburg G. W. Currin. Berwick J. C. Reeser. W ILUAMSP3BT DISTRICT. W. E. Dstweilvr, P. E. White Deer H. A. Stoke. COl'RT PROCEEDINGS. A CARD. As Pastor of the M. E. Church, I desire iu this public manner to ex press my high appreciation of the ef fective service rendered in the late Entertainment, by members of other Congregations. I extend my heart iest thanks. M. L. Drcm. . HORRORS OF SHIPWRECK. Marshfield, Ore., March IB. The schooner Leeds arrived here last nigh with Daniel Clark and Thomas .Moore Who are supposed to be the only survivors of the crew of the British ship Yeoman, numbering 31. The ship was bound from Antwerp to Rodondo. While short ening sail, a squall struck the and a swell, resembling a tidal wa capsized the vessel. "I was swept overboard," said Clark, to day. "A lull followed, and when the ship righted I got on deck, bat found no one there. The cook, Moore was ly ing in the galley with his head split open, and barely alive. Captain Ferguson and the mate were gone. I cat loose a lifeboat from the sink ing ship; put the cook in it and pull ed from the wreck. For 14 days we lived on 16 biscuits, salt water, and oar hunger driving ns to eat the up per part of onr shoes. We also sucked blood from each other. When the Leeds picked us up, our eyes were swollen shut and we could not speak." The following are the balance cf Court proceedings of last Tuendav facd Wednesday's Court, which came too late for publication last wsek. Wm. M Allison, Esq., filo-l his re port as Auditor in esats of Baltzer Lauver, deceased. Trego vs. Varnes, exceptions to bill of costs of plaintiff and appeal from Prothonofary's appeal sustained taxation, and oosts excepted to, strick en iff bilL George J. Parker, Esq., filed his iv.port as auditor iu estoU of James Carpenter, deceased, awarding the funds to the Assignees of Mrs. Car penter the widow, and James Car pentor the eon. The report of the Administrator of G3orge M. Graham, M. D, deceased, as (o the sale of resl estate of deced ent was filed, and the sales made, confirmed, and order of sale extend ed as to traots 19 and 20. An order was made by the court, directing that the petitions for the vacation of a rGad near Patterson and a road in L'cking Creek, pay cost of views. A rule for alimony, &c was area ed in Haldormcn vs. Halderman and a similar rule iu Auker vs Auker. Thomas G. Louver was gran an oraenor cae pavment ol tho re ward of $20 for the capture of David atU, a horse thief, who pleaded guilty and was sent to the Huntmsr don Reformatory and was also allow ed $8.52 for mileage. Road in Spruce Hill and Bt-ale Twps, exceptions to report of view- eis, argued. Road in Fei managh aud Walker townships. Rul for exceptions JWe pro itm Argued. Exception to report of F. M. M T" is Ti a - . c-eoncu, Jiitsq., Auditor passing upon exceptions to account of Joseph Bell, guardian of Ella E. Kinzer. nee Sheets. Argued. Court adjourned nntil 10 o'clock on Tuesday, the 19th day of March, 1895, when J udge McClure is expect ed to preside and hear argument in some matters in which Judge Lyons was instructed as counsel. A MA 116 TEARS OLD. The Selinsgrove Tribune of March , f 11 . ... ao, says: ado iouowing letter was received by G. W. L-jpg, Esq. of this placo. Mr. (Joonrad was born in what is now known as lower Augusta townsbip, isortbumboriand county, and moved west 77 years ago. He was 116 years of age on the 22nd of December last. Makchesteb, Iowa, Feb. 28, 1895. Dear Friend: Your letter of the 14th was received, and I was glad to hear from you. The letter found me as well as usual. I will try and aos wer your questions as far as I know. I heard George Washington speak at Philadelphia. My father and I went to town afoot. It was only 5 miles I remember that we used to have to guard the fields while we cut the grain, oa account of the Indians. There was plenty of fish in the Sus quehanna river when I was there. I don t remember any such place as Shamokin. - 1 have eleven children, six girls and fiys boys. My eyesight is good, and I cannot write in Eng lish; my learning is in German; my Health is good for as old a man. but if I walk any distance, I use a cane. I used to know Governor Simon Snyder. He lived across the river in Union county. I have used tobacco ever Bines I was 15 years old. I was a farmer all my life, and have drunk as much liquor as any man living I came west with a team and wairon. and first eame to Ohio. I am not crippled in any way, only with eld age, and I sleep food at night, but I ait up late. I knew preacher Shin dsl , but he liyed in 8unbury. I would like to see the country first rate, but I am to old to go so far. I can stand it to ride in the cars pretty well for a short distance, but I soon get tiredWell I believe that is all you asked me, but if you want to know anythiDe. write and ask it. and I will try and answer it. Well I will bring my letter to a close. Write as soon as you get this. From Your Old Friend, Chhistiaj- Coovbad- The Baal bcss Letalioaf. "Dun's Review" of the business look for the week ending -Varch 16, 1895 says. Substantially all indications ot-the stote of business are rather more favorable. Farm products are a lit tle higher, railroad earnings a shade better, clearing: house exchanges a small percentage larger in compar ison with two years ago in February, and most of the industries show a somewhat better front, though their gains are not large. ine higher price of cotton, whieh has risen to 6.06 ctg., results from belief that the aoresge this year will be greatly reduced. I he boot and shoe manufacture is really doing better. Money is in better demand, the market hardens aa usual before April 1st. The small wheat boom was because of faith in the absurdly low estimate of wheat in farmers' hands issutd by the Department of Agriculture. The figures given were 75,000,000 aa against 114,000,000 on March 1, 1894. The unofficial estimate is 140.000,- 000. The alight advance in earn was owing to sympathy in the advance cf wheat. The government reports in farmers hands 475,000,000 bushels against 68C,000,003. Manipulation of packers in the west has resulted in a slight advance in better prices for lard and live hogs. Tb.9 dry goods market shows symp toms of improvement in some direc tions. The silver bullion market has b6H strong all week, with a great many theories expressed cs to the cause of the upward movement. Tra ffio on the railroads measured by gross earnings, ia still slightly abovo lest year, when all industaics were depressed and greatly reduced compared with tfo years ago. One bank failure is reported, Bank of Dubois, Pa. Failuros for the week in the United States number 266 and in Canada 57, total 323, agairst 292 last week, 28S tho preceeding week, and 319 the corresponding wek last year, of which 264 were in the United States and 55 iu Canada Tuscarnra Valley Railroad. Trains on the Turcarora Valley Railroad will run cs follows: Leave East Waterford at 8 0!) a. m., and 2 p. m., arriving at Port Roy al at 9.15 a. m. aud 3.15 p. m. Leave Port Royal at 10:30 a. m. and 5.15 p. m., arriving at East Wa terford at 11.45 a. m and 6.30 p. m. J. C. Moorekead, Supertnftti'JeTtt . Itch on human, mange on botses, dogs aud all Block, cured in 30 min utes by WooJford's Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. Sold by L. Banks & Co., Druggist, Mifflintown, Pa. Feb. 6, ly. --SCHQTT'S-STQRES" Jl Tide that JYever Ebbs. The Flood Tide of UNPRECEDENTED BARGAIN VALUES flows on steadily. There is do wavering of purpose; no diminution of foroe or no falling off in the supply of the freshest, brightest and best goods at onr exclusive Kargain Prices. See how the flood tide ean be made to fill your purse with $avtd Dol lars. Thousands of Yards of Carpet to select from; newest designs from the best manufacturers of the oountry; bought for lowest eost prices, and you will get the benefit. Prieea of Carpets, ranging at 15o, 21o, 25o, 89o,c88o and 45o and so on to the Finest Brasael Carpets. Any special pattern of Brussel or Velvet Carpet, we will get for yon at lowest prioes, having facilities, from largest manufactur ers and importers (or Special Seleoted Patterns, whish even large City Stores eannot do for you, and warrant yon a saving of 20 per cent on your Carpet VVail papers, Newest and Latest Designs, borders to tnatoh at less money than any Store. Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Laoc Curtains and Polos at any Prioe to cuit four Purse, always saving you money. DRESS GOODS Brightest and freshest at lowest cost prices J95QOO f Shoes from best manufacturers in the country, bought at low Cast Figures. We sell yen better Shoes for Ies3 money than any store SIVRIiN'Gr WKAP3, Latest, Freshest at lowest Prices. SCHOTT'S STORES, 130 TO 109 BRIDGE STREET, MlFFLIlfTOW-f. rElfn. MEYERS, 115 BRIDGE STREET. Spring Fashions in Ms, Boys' & Children's Clothing. -oOo- Yew Tariff Prices. It m our shrewd buying. Iig our uervv seliioff thafthaa l. road for the Wage Earners to the dou. uie pureoasiog power of tfce dollar, for we are in an excellent positicn te meet all reduced warns Hn..j prioee! . We have touched the popular ohord of the people it has vibrated in our ueuair, so sniiu tbe booming of these bargains vibrate in behalf of the public. Ae the Leading and Largest Clothier of Juniata eounty, it behooves us to supply the gentlemen of Juniata o.iunty with the very uewett Fabrics and Fashions in wearing apparal. This we are prepared to do, .having spent much time and labor in oar efforts to produce a line of arnsentt cut, made and finished in strict accordance with the most fine and latest dictates of Faeb ion. .Next to quality and stvie the 111 on f imnnrtan r im i n r tn mn.n r A connection with your JSt Spring Suits i the price. Right here we assert " UT ,e,r r successful contradtction, that if tho superior exccllanoo of Our Uothicg entitles ug to your cu?toui, the price does even more so. Men's Alt-Wool Imported Clay Worsted Suits, ic cither stylish Saoks or tho Dressy 3 button Cutaway and Regent Frocks molded in the most perfeet fitting garments. They're $10 valued $7 ys r Meu's stylish, single or double-breasted Sack Suits, in plain black Thi bets aud rich untiniitod Worsreds; $8 gems, chaining the most reliable lecve aud body linings, aad fit just right $4. 70. We challerge any house in the county to equal the values w e offer in Spring Suits for men. Look about, compare, ex amine, but before you buy don't fail to see a line of new style Sack Suits m Black, Brown and Oxford mixed Chevoits, act ually worth 10, but being sold lor the trifling sum of...iG.75. Men's extra fin? imported All -Wool French Worsted Suits, in either blue or black Sack, Cut away, Iteeent or Prince Albert, best of trimmings, sewed and finished by artists, worth every penny 01 rrice... $y 9U. Men's extra fine imported Diagonal Worsted Chevoits and unfinished Worsteds, in single?or Double-breasted Sacks, Cuta way or Re-ent frocks; genuine $15 to $18 values, elegantly trimmed and finished, every size, fit as they should fit, $11.85. BOYS' CLOTHING. Sl'Oii Pants Suit "a . ... : , , .... , ,, . , . - ,-- - ii r ici-auio maicruia tor evervaay wear school, sji, ,-j.al value at $1. Bays Fine SoUs at 82.53. whi.-h aro wnrth 4. ?2 u 0,),ers:alu"rro ve seca these Bovs Suits tou '.will acknol eflgo that they are the best ocd h-nrt li,,-,..:. .:.., ,. 1. ' notice. Long J ants Suits. Tiro sncrinlj in tli.n n .fk . . and attractive lino of lhese in dark mixtures, tico-brejatpd :.lo. all 14 to ia torl.W . A Fine showing of Lou? Pan's Suits in Black and" Gray Mixel Chovolts, ingle and Double Breasted, 14 to 19 for tG 00. 500 pairs Children's Pant, in the rel lab.e Union Chevoits, every size, nov Poll for 19. SI'RIXG TROL'SESS. A choice una. COmnnHITiif All tVi.i ....... ...! r : . . . ... .You ,? V . . ." lureinn nui uoiuemic laarics. fancy Woi-stud stripes 98c. Black an1 Blue Chevoits in gfod quality $1.75. All wool stripes and checks, new efterts $2 00. Finp imported Worsteds and Css.rare, elegantly made and trimmed, $4.00. Vousl.ouldwearal.it tho prop-r Hlwoe. London shapes, U what you waiit. We bare :htm. A new and complete line" cf Gents' Furnishlna tioods at the Lowest Price in the hisiory of Juni ita county. Thurston's PILLS A re prf wt b s 1 1 b Je w! . vT er known To ditrc.-s but infU hbl to relieve. Wh vrry tii.nKrt lias failrd to hrinff too rellsf Xur beadarhe. bil otimftjf. stomach and lWer enmpintntft 17 ASK Yol !l lKro;i r for Till KTN I" i ma ir i Relief la Six Hoars. Distressing Kidney and Bladder diseauts relieved in six hours by the "New Great South American Kidney Cure " This new remedy is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, back and every part of the urinarv passages in male or female It relieves retention of wa ter and pain in passing it almost im mediately. If you want quick relief and cure this is your remedy. Sold by L. Banks & Co., Druggist, Mif flintown, Pa. Feb. 6. H0LL08AUGH & SON, THE Belief In One Day. South American Nbrvdjb relieves the worst cases of Nervous pros tra tion, Nervousness and Nervous Dys pepsia in a single day. No such re net and blessing baa ever come the invalids of this country. powers to cure the stomach wonderful in the extreme. It ways cures; it cannot fail. It radi cally cures all weakness of tbe 6 torn ache and never disappoints. It is a luxury to take and always safe. Trial bottles 15 cents. Sold by L. Banks & Co., Druggist, Mifflintown, Pa, if eb. 0, ly. to Its arc al MARRIED-. Rkbman Stayeook. On the 14th inst., by Rev. H. C. Holleway, Mr. James Rebman, of Black Log, and Miss Nannie Stayrook. of .Mifflin connty. Woodward Fortney. Ou the 11 inst, at Mifflintown, bv Rev. J. F. Stonecipher, Mr. Albert Woodward and Miss Ida Fortney. Harlan Lacghliv. On the 7th inst., at McCoysville, bv Rer. N. C Adair, John F. Harlan, and Miss Amanda Jkf. Laughlin. Middleton -Warshaix. On the 14th inst, by Rev. H. C. Hollowav. Mr Charles M. Middleton and Miss Blanch B Marshall, of Waterford. Knight HoppLK.-On the 7th inst.. by Itev. James Benton, in Delaware township, Mr. Irwin G. Knight, and M 188 Annie Hopple- Landis Hower, On the 14 inst.. by Rev. H C. Holloway, Mr. W. E. Landis, of Harrieburg, and Miss Tillie A. Hower, of Fermanagh. CLOTHIERS of the Juniata Valley. We can fit a man with a Good Substantial Suit, Overcoat. Hat, Sho StookiDgo. Sbirt, Surpenders, Necktie acd Suit of underwear for $10 A BETTER OUTFIT FOR $15; a still better for $20, $25, 80, $40, and the Best Clay Worsted Suit atest out; a Satin lined Blue or Black Beaver Overcoat, latest style; Latest Black Dei by Hat; a pair of Douglas, finest Kan garoo Shoes; pair of extra fine suspenders; our neck-tie; pair Silk Hose, and a Suit of very Fine All-Wool underwear for ($50.) lfjcu can get as fine an outfit for tbe money anywhere eke we aill present you with ours for nothing All our stock is new, and tho prices are as low as the lowest. Boys' Pants from 20 cents to $3.75. . Ven's pants from 50c to $5 00. Boys' Suits from $1.25 to $10.00. Bicn'n Suits from $2.50 to $18.00. Bojs Overcoats from $1.60 fo $7.00. Km.'s Overcoats from $3. to $18. Hats from 25 cents to $2.75. Caps from 15 cents to $1.50. Neckties 5 cents to 50 cents. We eorrv a fina 1 inn f flcnt tTr.ln.... m.. u. i i-i-ar- n.i lars. Valises, collar and , cuff Buttons, Chains, Watch RiDge, Neckwear and the fineet lide of Trunks in the county. We also carrly a full lice of men's boots and shoes, particularly the Douglas Shoe. MEFS Gl'M BOOTS, LIGHT, HEAVYiAKD HIP- Men's Gum Overshoes. Alaskan and Artie, &c. Extre Sises in Panlaloots. 8utts ar.d Overalls and Overcoats If you want a srit Tailor Made, you ebn save $5 to $15, and be sure of a Perfect Fit. It oosti nothing to examine Our Stock. FERD MEYERS, Wholtsalo and Retail Clothier, 115 Bridge Street, Miftlintown, IVnua. 1865, ESTABLISHED. 183tf. Special Invitation To The Public To attend tha Attractive Sale of Clothing that goes on daily from IMMENSE STOCK OF D. W. HARLEY. It will be TO THE ADVANTAGE 0Y ALL BUYERS Who have money to invest to examiue the Stock of Goo-J for MEN, BOYS AND CHILDR1S It is truly marvelous to See THE BEAUTIFUL STYLES of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices. His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail to give him a call if in need of Clothiag D. W. HARLEI MIFFI.TIS! TOWN PA. EAtT ICO MGM TO DEPOSIT? S. S. Ruble, Practical Embalmcr and Funer al Director. I shall from now on use the IN DESTRUCTIBLE ROUG H BOX or outside box to last and be in good condition for ages, which will certainly be A GRAND THING for people to ui-e to pmeiTe the remains of their friends. It aho ie an extei ruinator of all Terrain. CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO DAY OR NIGHT. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES. Bridge St, Mifflintown, Pa. 9 e Sb f) ARK tOU A BORROWER? o- --CALL AT T8S mat es MIFFLIN! OWN, PA.. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES, Honey Loaned at Lowest Bates. DA7 m AXLE t OR EASE BSST IS THE WOULD. Itewurii:gtBBltea.-ansaiirpa.d. .staUy OaUKseia? two boxes of any other brand. Nob Oflestoo. by beat. iit:x Tilt, UE& CIS C ryiHAi.KBTDE.rEa3oyrrAixY. fxrf Q A L E S M E Vf V W ANTED .1 LOCAL OR TRAVELLING, to aeU out Nursery Stock. Salnrj, Expenses and Steady Emplorment pnarantued. CHASB BROTHERS COMPANY, Dtc. 8, 91.. Rochester, N. T. JUNIATA VALLEY BANK, OFHIFFLIHTOWW, PA. Stookholders Individually Liable JOSEPH ROTBROCK. Prt.1. T. VAN IRWIN, Cm DIBECTOaS. W C. Pomeror, Joseph Ketfcroei, JoLb Hrrtrler, Josish L. Bsrtn, Robert E. Parker, Loaia . Atkicsea T. V. Irwin. FTCOEnOtBCBI t Georpe A. Kepner, -All In M. Sholloy Josp Rotfcrock, p. W. Masbeek, L. E. Atkinses, R.E.Parker, W. C. Pomcroy, J. Holxes Irwin Mary Knrtz, Jerome . ThompKen. John Hertzlor. Charlotte 8 ri.vder, JohB if. Blair, F. K. M. Pcnnell, Samuel P. Ko'hiock, M. N. Slenett, T. V. Irwia. Josiah L Barton, Rcbort H. Patiersea, Luvi Light, Wm. Swartz. H. J. Sballenbtrger. Three and Four per cent, irtereht wilt b. I'aid on certificates of deposit. fjan 23, ISM tf to mm ueh The Srnintl and RtpuHtcen office ia the place to set job work done. Tiytt. ItwUl pay yoo if yon need anything n that line. eonenna from to. effects of youthful errors, .ay aMn.wastiiigireaknoM, lo nunbwd. ota, 1 u pvtioulars for horn, enre, FOWVat i OModiil aaetlicsl work : LiiM h b saaa who la mmu and douiUtau. -addrwa. Trot. V. C FOWLEH, Bf OOdus, COBTV Oonaumption Surely Oured. Io Tbb Borroa.. Plaaae Inftwm your nsdsm Sfaat I bm a poaltrn romady for tbs abore-nnued duoaee. Br Ms tbnalyoM thousands of nopea cusc hT been pemaiBtl cored. Ishallhaclad to send two bottles of my iwmsdr to aay oi Toux readers who hare eoidamattoa iS they wttX eud me tb.tr Express and P. O. adrtress. Besseet xully. X. A.6LOOOat.at.0..1oirwl8t..a. I.