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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
WEDSlOAT. lrG. 21,1896.
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Transient boainaaa notices 1b local eo!
omo, 10 cents per line for each Inaialliiil
Deductions will be made to thoaa desiring;
to adTertiae by tba year, half or quarter
Colonel Moor eh acl is pushing his
railroad Sooth ward.
Tho corn crop ia Juniata county
will uot ha a largo one. -
The Juniata County Institute will
be convened November 18.
Twenty-one Quay delegates were
elected in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
The torrid heat of last week was
broken without rain on Sunday night.
Rev Mr. Trnbe lectured in the
Presbyterian church on Tuesday
Some of the farmers are complain
ing of the grub worms woiking at
The Republican State Convention
will be held on the 28th of August at
The corn fields will turn out a
good deal of nubbin corn, caused by
A Festival will b9 h9ld at Locust
Run church on next Saturday even
ing the 24th inst
The Democratic State Convention
will meet at Wiliiamsport on the 11th
day of September.
A choir of 100 singers will take
part in the opening exercises of the
Perry county has 4,070 men be
tween the ages of 21 and 45, who are
subject to military duty.
Dr. Holloway preached in the
Lutheran church, having returned
from a three weeks' vacation.
Almost everyone interested in the
cultivation of the soil, and many
others prayed for rain last week.
Churl, s Book of Walker is now the
owner of the far.n on which the In
dian .".found annual picnic is held.
All Mifflin county seems to be en
thused over the Centennial Celebra
tion to take place on the 5th and 6th
The Sunday School of ths United
Evangelical church at Mexico,, will
picnic in the grove at Mexioo on Sat
urday of this week.
The picnic in the Presbyterian
cemetery grove near McAlisterville
last Thursday, was attended by many
people from Juniata and surround
Farm for sale. J. B. M. Todd,
executor of Elizabeth Laonard, de
cerned, advertises a farm for sale.
For particulars, see advertisement
The farm may just suit you.
It is said that President Cleveland
wants a third term nomination.
When the Republicons proposed to
nominate Grant for a third term all
the Democrats shouted Caesarism.
A man or company can have an in
candescent electric light dynamo, a
thousand light machine placed on
foundation for one thousand to twelve
hundred dollars with all appliances.
Ohio has many adveotists who pre
dict the end of the world to take
place ia 1JKJ0. The end will come to
a good many of the adventists and
other pcoplo before that date comes
Judge Jackson of the United States
Supreme Court is dead. He was ap
pointed by President Harrison.
Question. Will President Cleveland
appoint a Republican to succeed
The letters uncalled for in the Mif
flintown Post Office, for the week
ending Aug. 17, were for Mrs. C. F.
Hess, John C. Wright. Msa MaryE.
Shiik, Peter Teas, R. J. Parter, Jr
Watson Clouser, 2.
'Flour siftod oa ctbbago while the
de7 is on will put an end to the des
tructive work of the cabbtge worms.
If they don't roll off they will be bak
ed fast to the leaves by the sun in
the paste made by the flour."
Last Thursday there was a merry
dance by young people in the Grove
near MoAlisterville Presbyterian
graveyard. Grand parents of a num
ber of the young people who danced
there, are buried in the grave yard.
Austin Wagner rode eight miles
beyond McAlisierville on his bicycle
on Sunday when both wheels were at
one time suddenly punctured. He
returned fo McAlisterville afoot and
there repaired his wheels.
Quay carried 11 of the 19 districts
in Miftlin county on Saturday by
about 300 majority. Culbertaon was
nominated for Tudge; Webb for Pro
thonotary; Lamz for District Attorn
ey; Milhken for Director of the Poor.
Policeman Gross of Lewistown es
pied two men enter Musser's drug
store in Lewistown about 4 o'clock
cn Sunday morning. One of the
men named Dorsey Stoner, colored,
he captured. The other, named
Charles Rhinehart got away.
Melancholia caused Theresa Moyer
of Harrisburg to end her life by
shooting a pistol ball into her head
about 4 o'clock in the morning at the
home of S. D. Howard at Lewistown
Junction on the morning of the 14th
of August The unfortunate woman
was aged 25 years.
The Huntingdon Globe says: That
John Corneilson of Strode's Mills
while taking a nap near the Union
Station at that place, had his money,
watch and revolver stolen by a worth
less negro named Charles Munsey.
The negro sold the watch and de
camped with the other property.
The Lewistown Sentinel of August
15, says: Saturday evening some of
our young ruffians attacked s couple
of Mifflintown young men at the
Junction and undertook to settle
some old scores, pummeling them
and tearing their clothes. Revolvers
and oaths were drawn in the melee.
but no one was seriously injured and
no arrests were made.
Tana a Poiilif i rSM:.
ed a potatoe recently that weighed
W. D. Cramer of this station has
charge of the Railroad business at
Newton Hamilton Camp Meeting.
He is a veteran at that kind o' work,
having been stationed there eyery
tear during' mmn.intinir rffrmt
the past 25 years.
The Officers and Comrades of the
Veteran Soldiers' Association will
meet in the G A. It. Post Room.
Mifflintown. Pa., on Fridav. Anir
23rd at 10 o'clock A. M , to make ar
ransrements for holding our next an
nual re union at .Mifflintown on Oct
ober 17th, next. All veterans aro in
vited to attend.
S. L. McAlutzk,
Yet. Association of Juniata Co.
Another chapter in the electric
light question was added on Jtfondav
when a writ of ouo warranln vu is.
sued out of the Court of Common
Pleas on behalf of the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania and directed to J.
Gdvin Dimm. orderinc him tn how
cause why he has usurped the office
oi town council lor tbe borough of
Mifflintown. Mr. Dimm was recent
ly appointed a councilman to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of Da
vid Hollman, and immediately upon
his assuming the duties of his office
cast the vote that made possible the
passing of the ordinance in favor of
electric light over the veto of the
Chief Burgess. The opponents of
tho electric light and suggestors of
the writ of quo warranto contend that
tha council had no authority to fill
l)V appointment the vacadrv now aa.
cupied by Mr. Dimm, but that the
vacancy must be failed by an election
by the people according to the pro
visions of the Act of 1833.
The Indian Mound picnic was held
last Saturday. The number of peo
pie was large. There were so many
carriages on the ground that it was a
difficult matter to find a place to tie
a horse. The women and children,
out-uumbered the men many times.
There was little politics afloat to at
tract the men. and what little was
going was among the Democratic
brethren. A considerable number of
the leaders of the Democracy were
on the grounds trying to shape
things for their primary election to
be held next Saturday. The Repub
licans wero calm and serene after
their family battle for delegate to the
State Convention. It was plainly to
be seen that they were very much
like the man and woman who were
relating their experiences of a series
of family quarrels. After every
fight they declared themselyes better
friends than ever. Dinner taking is
always one of the great features of
the picnic, lo sea the people seat
ed in groups on the ground around
table cloths, spread with the choice
things to eat, is a sight not soon to
be forgotton. We had the pleasure
of dining with Mr. James McKinley
and family, and Mrs. Powell of this
town, and if their kinsman, Hon. Wm.
McKinley, the distinguished States
man of Ohio had been present, their
faciei likeness would have led people
to believe them to be nearer relatives
than cousins. There was brass band
music, organ and vocal and banjo
music at intervals on the speaker's
stand. County Superintendent Mar
shal was President. Mail route agent
Mr. Martin of this town delivered the
addrass of welcome. Rev. Mr. Roth
rock, Rev. Mr. Campbell and Robert
OXjMeeo, Jtisn., addressed the Assem
bly before dinner. After dinner the
Assembly was addressed by John J.
Patterson, Esq., Judge Hench, Meno
Jtsu, Lsq., David Mc Williams, Esq.
J udge Lyons has been ill the past
Miss Ellie Robison is spending
this week in Reading.
Morris Schott visited in New Tork
and Brooklyn, recently.
E3gar Burchfield recently visited
friends in Mifflin county.
Mis3 Martha Howell of Patteison,
is visiting friends in Pittsburg.
Misses Bertha snd Fannie Cramer,
are visiting friends in Pittsburg.
Miss Lillian Aranlt of New York, is
the guest of Mis3 Emily Murray.
Charles Kepner of Chester is visit
ing the family of John HoIIobaugh,
Chas. E. Howe of Washingtyn, D.
C , is visiting has parents in this
Charles S. Kepner of Chester is
visitiDg his sister Mrs. J. S. HoIIo
Miss Cora Beard of Lewistown,
payed Miss Louie McClclIan a visit
Miss Ida Noteatine of Harrisburg
lately visited Miss Anna Bratton in
Mrs. Wm. Davis and little daugh
ter of Washington, are visiting Mrs.
Mrs. Peoples of Greensburg is vis
iting at the home of her brother
Ezra O. Doty.
Miss Lizzie Milliken of Landis
burg, visited Miss Emma Robison
the past week.
Walter Oberholtzer is at home
from Pittsburg after an absence of
Mru. W. Sohweyer has been spend
ing the past week with her parents
Wm E. Etka of the War Depart
ment of Washington, D. C, is home
on a short vaeation.
Fred Patterson, wife and son of
Philadelphia, are visiting friends
and relatives iu Juniata.
Dr. D. D. Stone, real estate dealer
in Washington, D. C, is among old
time friends in this place.
Mrs. Catharine Judge, died at
rtenova, iftx., on the night of the 9th
ot August, aged 108 years.
Miss Nol lie Devi ing" of Lock Haven,
spent a few days of last week with
her uncle Samuel Myers in town, but
is now visiting in McAlisterville.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Haines who
have been spending their vacation
with mends about Thompsontown,
are visiting this week in Snyder (Jo
Harm Howa of TmM mant Hm.
uaj m town
Druitt Crawford ia home from
Mrs. Joaerjb. Rothroek ia aninnm.
inK at Atlantic City.
Jfias Alios Todd nf Ti'ft.Kn.-
visiting her parents in Patterson.
Miss Bess Crawford of Patterson
is visiting relatives in Huntingdon.
Miaa Mai-era raf T1A - -i:
Judge Barton's family at Academia.
Miss Revnnlda nf ffirniKnn,
the guest of John Homing's family.
Mr. and Mr. EnO Hohr.t t Ar
on a visit to Atlantic City, Philadel
phia and Boston.
Mr. B. F. Walters and" f
in from tha west vMifcin. (Via fa.'i.
w inn j
of Mr. John Kirk.
Miss Clara Rubin of Uminn.
has been visiting S. S. Ruble's fami-
i . .
ij lor mo past wees.
Miss Mav Rickenbamrri iwun(!w
visited at the home of her uncle, J.
Frank Moist in Lewistown.
Mr TTam Ufa;. l:
-J VmmM BUU U1B WUO
rede tt Indian MnnnA
- J pmrnlmmmM UHk
Saturday, each on a bicycle.
Mrs. Jennie Snyder and children
of Altooca, stopped off between trains
mui intmua uo tveuaesaay on tneir
Visa Louie Jack man and Mioa
Kate Dinnlft of thin town rndo nn hi.
cycles too MUliken's grave picnic and
return on Saturday.
Jndcre Lucian Dotr. wife and
daughter and sister Mm J. M Pan.
pies of Greensburg, visited their
brothier Cashier Doty last week.
Miss Annie Shellenberger of Al-
toona, spent a few days at the Es-
penschade home, and from there
went to McAlisterville where she ex
pects to spend some time.
Misses Ellie Simons. JennielBanks.
Mary North, Jennie Anker and
Messrs. Robert Nixon, Jacob Davis.
Philo Banks and Jesse Dietrick are
spending a week at Hackenberger's
Misses Lizzie Lloyd of McAlister
ville, Martha Grnbb of Phila., Jean
Dix of Germantown, Mrs. Theodore
Thompson of Thompsontown, Mrs.
Jennie Parker of Lewistown and Mrs.
John McMeen and daughter Rutb,
spent Friday with -Vrs. Robert
An Italian tramp, name unknown.
lay down to sleep nnder a freight car
on the siding near the Manbeck &
Nelson null. Of course be thought
it a safe place. It happened that
cars from that siding were needed.
and a locomotive was sent in to bring
them out, and while he slept he was
run over and so hurt last Saturday,
that he died. He was buried by un
dertaker 8nyder on Sunday in Union
Re-anle-n efP. . 8- ef A.
The annual Re-union and Picnio
nnder the.au spices of the Hunting
don County P. O. S. of A. Associa
tion will de held at Newton Hamil
ton, Saturday, September 7, 1895.
The exercises of the day will consist
of addresses, music, ball games, fec.
Refreshments will be sold on the
grounds at reasonable rates. Fakirs
excluded. For this occasion the
Pennsylvania Railroad will Bell excur
sion tickets from all stations between
Tyrone and Port Royal at a rate of
two cents per mile. All well dispos
ed persons are invited to attend.
James Quinn a citizen of Licking
Creek Valley this county, was lulled
with four other railroad employees
at Mahaffey, Clearfield county on
last JTriday by gasi from a coal mine.
The men were blasting rocks and had
just made a blast, which broke an
opening into an old coal mint. They
had ran aay as men do from a
blast. After the blast when they
returned to work, a poisonous gass
was coming out of the coal shaft and
before they understood its deadly na
ture, they were overcome and died on
the spot. Mr. Quinn was brought to
this place, and was burried by under
taker Uuble on Sunday.
11 ITT EH BY WHAT!
A daughter aged about 10 years of
Wm. Partner, Jr., of Licking Creek
Valley was bitten or stung oa her
right leg between the ankle and the
knee last Saturday while at the In
dian Mound Harvest Home. At the
time she was stung or bitten, she
was near a small brush pile near the
speaker's stand. She soon took sick
and vomited and her limbs and
whole body became swollen. Dr.
Lucian Banks was called and gave
medicine to stimulate or hurry up the
circulation. The medicine he ad
ministered was effective in checking
the work of the poison, and at last
reports she was getting along as well
as could be expected nnder the cir
cumstances. There were two little
punctures on the limb about a half
SEDUCED BATES TO BOSTON,
05E FARE FOR THS BOUND TRIP VIA FEXN-
From Aucrust 23 to 26, inclusive.
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will soil exoui si. n tickets to Boston,
Mass., going and returning by the
same route, at tingle are jot me
round trip, account Twenty-sixth Tri
ennial Conclave of Knights Templar
to be held in Boston, August 26 to
30. The tickets will be good to re
turn leaving Boston not later than
September 10, and must be used to
destination on Pennsylvania Railroad
not later than midnight of Septem
Excursion tickets, good going via
one route and returning via another,
will be sold on toe same dates at a
slight advance over the one-fare rate
for the round trip.
RheanaaClsaa Care tm a Bar
"Mystic Core" for Rheumatism
and Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to
3 days. Its action upon the system
is remar table ana mysterious, it re
moves at once the cause, and the dis
immediately disappears. The
dose greatly benefits, 76 cents.
I bv T. R&nVa JL Tr draom.
Mifflintowa. Jui. 9, 96.
NEW DENTAL OFFICE.
Dr. S. D. Diffenderfer. mdnata of
the University of Maryland Dental
DenartmenL desires to inform- the
publie that he has opened a Dental
Ufflce at Oakland Mails, Pa., where
he can be found at all rimea. Teeth
extracted painlessly. All work guar
for active lady or gentleman acquaint
ed with neighborhood. Compensa
tion from $40 to $150 monthly
Work outlined. Only energetic par
ty, ambitious to succeed, need apply
No capital required. Address, with
reference, state acre and whether mar
ried or single. Globe Bible Publish
ing Co., 723 Chestnut Street, Phila.,
Jntt what's Feeded
Exclaims thousands of people who
have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at
this season of the year, and who
have noted the success of the medi
cine in giuing them relief from that
tired lerliag, waning appetite and
state of extreme exhaustion after the
close confinement of a long winter
season, the busy time attendant up
on a large and pressing business dur
ing the spring months and with va
cation time yat some weeks distant.
It is then that the building up pow
era of Hood's Sarsaparilla are fully
appreciated. It seems perfectly
adapted to overcome that prostration
caused by chango of season, climate
or life, and while it tones and sus
tains the system, it purifies and vit
alizes the blood. Aug. 22, 1895.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
The following resolutions on the
death ef Prof. Samuel Campbell were
framed by the rresbytenan Sabbath
School of Port Royal on Sunday,
August 4tb, 1895.
Whereas, It has pleased God in
his infinite wisdom to remove from
our midst by death our aged and es
teemed co-worker, irrofessor Samuel
Campbell, therefore, be it
Raolxtm, 1st. That we recocrnize
the hand of God, and bow with hum
ble submission to the will of his
Providence in the firm belief that he
doeth all things welL
2nd, That we sincerely mourn the
loss of one, who, in the capacity of
a faithful and laborious teaober has
been so closely identified with the
work and interests of this school.
3rd, That while we Mourn the loss
of the oldest member of our school,
we recognize the voice of the Master
in calling a faithful teacher, and one
who has served the Lord from his
youth up, to his long home and re
4th, That in the death of our memS
ber, the Sabbath School has lost one
who, by bis example an precept, has
taught us to watch, for in such an
hour as ye think not, the Son of Man
5th, That we tender to the rela
tives and friends of the deceased our
heartfelt sympathy in this sad hour
of their bereavement and sorrow, and
commend them to him from whom
all true comfort comes, and who said:
"My grace .shall be sufficient for
"6th, That these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes of the Sab
bath School, a eopy be presented to
the relatives of the deceased, and
copies furnished for publication in
the county papers.
W. C Laird,
H. C. KrfTERLE,
Mhxie 1. Wise,
Saixie J. Sartadj,
Kellef Ia Six Hears-
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
diseaues relieved in six hours by the
"flw Great South American Kidkky
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 urinary passages in male or
female. It relieves retention of wa
ter and pain in passincr it almost im
mediately. If you want quick relief
and cure this is your remedy. Sold
by L. Banks tc Co., Druggist, Mif
flintown, Pa. Feb. 6.
Is a mfe snd prompt remedy
for tbeenreof aiurrbo.
dyaenftery. colic, cholera
rmot-bfja and all forma of
Snintner Cosilalata and
I.oc3etioss of tbe " owela. IT
19 W.KARA NT TO TAM AHD
rapEciAM.x' vscrufc roa
Diehl Washikqtok. On the 8th
day of Aucrust, 1895, at Academia, by
Joseph 8. Brown, J. P., Mr. Samuel
M. JLhehl and Miss Mary E. Wash.
Teaoeb. On the 10th inst.. in
Monroe township, Jacob Teager, ag
ed 76 years, 7 mos and 11 days. He
was a soldier in the late civil war,
and was buried by the G. A. R. Post
Mrmnrrows. Aag. 21, 18P6.
8 boulder, 12
mrTLINTOW KGHAI.N HAKKKT
Com in ear .... ...... 60
CloTeraeed...... .... ..
Timothy aeed $2.00
Flax teed 60
Chop. .. . ........$1.20 a hundred
Ground Alom Salt l.uo
Aniericsta Salt 76c to 80
PnmADixHU Markets, Aug. 20,
1895 Wheat 63 to 71; Corn 45 to
to 48c; Oats 25 to 28c; Live chickens
7 to 10c; Butter 11 to 25c; eggs 12
to 14c; potatoes 15 to 20c i bushel
Belief la One Pay.
SOUTH AumOAJf Wmm relisma
the worst cases of Nervous prostra
tion, Nervousness and Nervous Dys
pepsia in a single day. No such re
lief and blessing has ever come to
the invalids of this country. Its
powers to care the stomachs are won
derful in the extreme. It always
cures; it cannot fail. It radically
cures all waakneaa of th itmnulia
and never disappoints. It is a luxury
m tue ua always sale. Trial bot
tles 15 cents. Sold by L. Banks &
Co., Druggist, Mifflintown, Pa.
Tascarara Taller Railroad.
Trains OB tflA TlUMHIM
Railroad will run as follows:
Leave Jfiast Waterford at 8.00 a.
and 2 r. k.. arriving at Port Roy-
. a i e . a ,1.
nn .ju Mm m. ana o.io p. k.
Leave Port Rnval t in -an .
and 5.16 p. k., arriving at East Wa
lenora at 11.45 a. k. and 6.30 p. u.
J. C' Mooreread,
Itch On human, manon nn tinnuu
dogs and all stock, cured in 30 min
utes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion.
This never fails. Sold by L. Banks
yjo., iruggist, Alifflmtown, i'a.
Feb. 6, ly.
ADDlicaots for certificates will be
examined at tbe following times and
places in tne several ilistricts of Jun
iata county, for 1895.
Special examination, in Mifflintown.
Friday, August 30.
U. M. AIabshaix,
Commeneing Aug. 15th aad oontinues until Satuidsy evening, August 31.
MONEY SAVING CHANCES.
OPPORTUNITIES for profitable investment were never more abundant
than at our atoras at tbe present time. Tbrifty buyers recognise thiifaot
and are availing of tbe undoubted advantages, as, under existing eironm.
stances, even though tbe goods may not be required for immediate use, it
is wise to purchase for future needs.
NOTE BOMB PRICES:
Canton Flannel, 10 yards for 49c; worth 65o
Canton Flannel, extra heavy, 10 yards for 69o; worth 90o.
White Table Linen at 25o; worth bOa.
Red Table Linen at 20o; worth 30o.
Beat Turkey Table Linen at 25c; worth 50c.
Imported Saxonia Yarns at 7c a Hank; worth 10a
Ladies Fleeeed Reav) Underwear at 25c; worth 40o.
Ladies Merino best at 35; worth 50a.
Ladies Red Lambs Wool -Medicated underwear at 75o; worth f 1.25.
Men's elegant heavy Underwear at 25c: worth 45e.
3,500 yards of Carpet at 124o, 15c, 20o and 25o to 50e.
Brussels Carpets at extra low prices.
Felt Window Shades, Spring Rollers, 2 for 25o.
Wall Papers at extra Reduced Prices.
Heavy Cotton Crashes, 3 yards for 10c.
Heavy Linen Crashes, 4 yards for 25o.
Heavy Shirtings and Chevoits, 10 yards for 75o.
Shaker Flannels, 10 yards for 50e; worth 90o.
Shaker Flannels, heavy good, 10 yds for 75o; worth $1.20.
Summer Dress Goods at aa extra discount of 25 to 40 per eent on ths
All wool serges and Henriettas near 40 inches wide at 38o a yd; worth 60o.
Delanies by the pound, at 35o a lb.
$3000 of Men's Ladies' and Children's Shoes at specially reduced prices.
And every day during Bargain Week, from 8 o'olook in tbe morning un.
til 3 o'clock in the afternoon we will sell yon-
10 yards of good yard wide unbleaebed mnsMn at 38c.
10 yards of fine yard wide unbleached moslin at 49o.
10 yarda of 40 inoh heavy Tell Sheeting muslin at 49o.
10 yards of begt yard wide bleached dill Muslin at 59c.
5 yards of best Lancaster Gingbaros at 2So.
3 bottles of flavoring extract in Vanilla, Strawberry, Lemon, Oranges and
Pine Apple for lOe.
10 yards of indigo Blue or other dark best ealiooes at 45o.
8 yards of color or blaok serges near 40 inches wide, all wool imnortsd
French Goods at $2.60; worth $4.50. i-ucu
0 yards of French, all wool, 50 inch wide sixes in blaok and navy bine at
$3.40; worth $5.00.
Ice Wools for shawls in black and
10 yards of Challies for 20 cents.
Fancy new styles of Fall Wraps will be opened in September.
Don't miss your ohanoes, commeneing August 17th and oontinues until
103 TO lOJ) BRIDGE ST.,
1865, ESTABLISHED, 1889.
Special Invitation To The Public
To attend the Attractive Sale of Clothing that goes on daily
THE IMMENSE ST0GIC
D. W. HARLiET,
It will be
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYER&
Who have money to invest to
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STY-LEU
of Suits and Overcoats at the
Bis prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail
to give him a call if m need of
D. W. HARLEY,
' Whereas, tba Hon. JE&XMIAH LYONS,
Preaidant Judge of the Ceort ef Coramoa
Pleas, for the Forty-Pint Jsdlctal DUtriet,
composed of the eooaties ot Juniata aad
Perry, and the Honorable JOSI AH L. BAR
TON and J. P. WICK.EKSHAM , Aasociata
Judges of tha aajd court of Common Plaaa
of J an lata county, by precept daly iaaaed
and to me directed for boMiag a Court of
Oyer and Terminer and Oeneial Jail Deliv
ery, aad General Quarter Bawlona of the
Peace at Mifflintowa, oa the
FIRST MONDAY OP SEPTEMBER 1896,
BEING- THE 2ND DAY OP THE
Morioa hkkkbt itk. to theCoToner,
Justice of the Peace aad Conatabiee of the
County of JnaUta, that they be than aad
there ia their proper persona, at 10 o'clock
ia tbe forenoon of aaid day, with their roe
orda, inqniaitiooa, examination and Oyer
rememberancea, to do thoaa thing that to
their office reipectfully appertain, and
those that are bound by recognisance to
proaecute against the prisoner that are or
may be in the Jail of laid county, be then
and there to prosecute againit them aa
shall be just.
By an Act of tbe Assembly, passed tbe
6th day of May, 1864, it made tho duty of
Justices of the Peace of the several couu
tiea or thia Commonwealth, to return to the
Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sesaioaa of
the respective counties, all the recognis
aneee entered into before tbem by any per
son or persons charged with the Commis
sion of any crime, except aur.b cases as
may be ended before a Justice of tbe
Peace, nader existing laws, at least ten
daya before the commencement of the ces
sion of tbe Court to which tbey are made
rrtoraable respectively, aad in all eases
whtre recognisances are entered into lta
tbaa ten daya before tha commencement of
tbe sesoion to h'cb they are made return
able, the said Justices are to return the
same in tbe two manner aa if said Act
had not been paaaed.
Dated at Mifflintown. the thirtieth day of
July in the year of onr Lord one thousand
eight hundred and ninety. Are.
Jamb P. Ciuom, Sktnf.
, Mifflintown, July 30, 1896.
cream, 2 balls for 26e; i oi in each
examine the Stock of Goods for
Wonderfully Low Friees.
TO WIST TA.
We Are Selling
Our Entire Line
NOW IS TUB TIME FQft
We have no Com petite rs in Hats.
We carry all the
LATEST STYLES Hats Cheaper than they
can be purchased elsewhere.
We carry an extra Large Lioe of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Men's and Boys' Shoes, Neckwear, Trunks, Valises, hand
bags and Fine and Working Shirts.
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
n any Article we handle. Examine our Stock.
BUY FROM US AND SAVE'MONE Y-
nOLLOB AUOH & M
The Mcdintic Hardware
QTr."PI? NO. 119 MAIN STREET,
OlAJIiri. MIFFLINTOWN, PA.
TOOLS, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS.
Stoves and tin-ware, mill and black-smith supplies, Harness,
Collars, Lap Robes, Blankets, Fly-nets and Saddler's Supplies.
Best Gocds at Low Prices. We did an encouraging business
during the past season and hope
prompt attention to do doubly as
We are better prepared to furnish
Tin, Iron and Felt Hoofing,
Paints, Glass and Carpenter Tools at low Prices.
Blacksmiths will find it to their interests to call and ex
amine our Stock and get Prices of Norway & refined bar iron,
Horse and Mule Shoes and Nails and Tools.
Lumbermen and Mill Men will not go away uninterested,
after they have examined and priced Our Stock of Cross Art
Saws, files, Gum and Leather Belting, and Lacer at Loir
Prices, wood and iron pumps of the best make; also a full line
of House furnishing Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Granite ware, Wil
low ware, wooden-ware, Nickle
Wall Paper at all Prices.
tOT OF HANGING
that we are offering at Special
Fence Wire, Gasoline Stove, Ice
Screen Door and W indow Hammocks, brushes of all kinds,
prices furnished on application, Cook Stove, Fruit Dryer, the
best out estimates to furnish contractors with the material so
licited. Thanking for past patronage, I solicit a continuance)
of the same.
K. H. M'CLIWTIC.
S. S. Ruble,
Practical JEhnbalmcr and JPuner
CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO DAY OR NIGHT.
SATISFACTION Gl'AKAMEED IN ALL CASES.
Bridge St, Mifflintown, Pa.
HAVE IOH MONEY TO DEPOSIT ?
ARE YOU A BORROWER 1
FOUR PER CENT.
PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES,
Money Loaned at Lowest Bates.
lAKjAli Utt 1 HA VEL.UNU-, to
Nursery Stock. Salary, Rx peases
Bteaay Employment gnarameefl.
CHASI BROTHERS COMPANY,
Dec. 8, m. Rochester, N. T
by constant application and
much in the coming season.
Sheathing and Lining paper,
lea Kettle and coffee pots.
Prices to close them out, Barbed
Cream Freezers, forks, scythes.
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK,
OF MIFFA.IRTOWH, PA.
Stockholders Individually Liable
JOSKPH ROTH ROCK, Prtriitnt.
T. VAN IRWIN, C,hu
W. C. Pomeroy,
Robert K. Parker,
T. V. Irwin.
Josiab I. Barton,
Lonis B. Atkinson.
George A. Kepner, Annie ftf . Shelley,.
Joseph Rothrock, P. W. afanbcck,
L. E. Atkinson, R. E. Parker,
W. C. Poroeroy, J. Holmes Irwin.
Msry Kurtz, Jurome N. Thompson,.
John Hertsler, T. V. Irwin.
Charlotte Snyder, Josiab L Barton,
John M. Blair, Robert H. PattpraOD,
F. U. M. Penned, Levi LirM.
Pamiiol f. Rothrock, Wm. Rwirti
M.N. Sferrett, B. J. Sbellenberger.
Tbree and Four per cent, interest will Do
paid on certificates of deposit.
fjan 23, 16t6 tl
The Brntnul md Repuiltcmm oSce la ths
place to rot fob work done. Try it. It wiT,
pay yoo if yon need anything n that line.
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