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JSENTIKEL & REPUBLICAN
WiUXESBAY. OCT. 2, 195.
B. F. SCHWEIER
Diroa abb rioriiirot.
fob jvitots or the scpxaios cocxt.
CHARLES B. RICB, of Luzerna.
E. N. WILLARD, or Lackawanna.
HOWARD J. REEDER, or Northampton.
JOHJi J. WICK.UAM. ot Beaver.
GKORGK B. OKLA.DY, of Huntingdon.
JAMES A. BEAVEK, of Center.
FOR STATK TREASl'SKK.
BENJAMIN J- UAVWOOD, of Afercer.
A. 15. EVANS, of Delaware township.
J. U. BROWN, of Bealo township.
Peaey has rfiturnetl from a fruit
less effort to reach the North Pole,
ard has won a considerable amount
of fame by his efforts. Who'll be
the next man to start to reach fame
by the road that ncTtr leads to the
Si-Am is protesting against the a;
cording of !elligcreat rights to. th
Cuban rtbtls, but when the Blare
holders- in the United States of
America, started rebellion, the Span
iih government recognized them as
having bolligcreut rights within a
week after Fort Sunapter was fired
Ose of the most valuable and in
teresting books rceontly placed upen
our tabJe, is the annual report of the
PpPTiEylvani Stute College for the
year 1894. We are indebted to H.
P. Arinaby, Ph., D., for the favor of
thw beok. It is a volume of 376 pages,
abounding in data of very descrip
tion relative to farming, the soil,
cutiuistry and geology, and all mod
ern mechanical appliances, to the art
of Agriculture and Mining. The
bock abounds i illustrations that be
come great helps to the st udy of the
uaay subjects of which it treats.
Tse Evangelical Lutheran Synod
of Csntrel Pennsylvania met in its
frty-ke jid aaauai convention in the
iic-fcoitLi Laths-iran ciaureh in JsTifilin
ton, on Wednesday eveniDgr, Sep
ieaUr 25, 1S93.
Kev. A. G. Waif, of Aaronsburg,
preached the enenicg sermon from
Math., from 3 to 8.
On Thursday morning Synod was
called to crdsr by retiring president,
Rev. H. C. Holloway, D. D , who led
The roll of cltrioal members was
called and the lay delegates vrcvn
ENROLLMENT OT KKMBSBS.
The names of the members enroll
ed were: Revs. A. Copenhavor, I. P.
Neff, II. A. Dietrick, J. R. Dimin, D.
D. , J. H. Krtrnsr, W. H. Schoea, H.
O. Holloway. D. D., J. W. Henderson,
Chas. Ficbin-jer, F. Aurand, G. W.
Leisher, A. H. Spangler, A. K. Zim
mermau, W. II. Hilbish, C. B. Cruver,
W. M. Spangler, C. L. McConnell, U.
F. Greenboe, Vv. D. E. Scott, C. T.
Aiken-., E. E. Hoshour, W. K. Diehl,
T. C. Hcutz, J. C. Mammi, W. F.
Sfeck, A. G. Wolf, J. C. Reigbard,
E. E. Deitterieh, J. J. 3Iinrmies, J.
T. Stonecypher, John M. Axe, W. C.
Dunlap, J. Al. Rearick, J. B. Law,
Geo. L. Courtney, SI. S. Cressinan,
B. B. Kantz, D E. JJcC.an.
BOLL OF LAY DELEGATES.
M. SI. Musser. Reuben Dreeaer,
W. R. Kuhn, J. H. McClintic, John
W. Shumsn, Wm. Belger. C. W.
Boyer, M. L. Bishel, tJ. Noss. L
Gmrhettd, S. L. Brower, G. W. Kep
ncr, R. W. Shell, G. W. Wagner, E.
Sowers, J. T. Ailman, Chas. Stein
iner, W. Baker, John Kauf, Wm.
Gusp, Jas. Schock, L Saiitb, John
Baker, W. M. Miller, .1. Hoy, W. A.
Bruugnrt, A. N. Heck-goo, J. Breon,
S. A. Martin.
Rev. C. B. Gruver, of Lock Haven,
was elected president cf the Synod,
Rev. J. C Heighard, secretary, and
W. T. Horton, treasurer.
Ou Thursday afternoon the work
cf the Sjnod was placed in the hands
of the respective committees.
Dr. Schoil, secretary of the board
of Foreign Missions of the General
Svnod of the United States, presented
the work of foreign missions to thin
Rev. O.sborn Crow, of the U. P.
church, anil Rev. J. H. Mortimer,
wera admitted 1-j seats of the Synod.
In the evening Rav. E. E. Ho3hour
delivered the annual sermon on mis
sions. His theme was "The field for
mission erdeavor and the possession
of thio field by the church of Christ."
On Friday morning devotional ex
orcises wcro conducted by Rev. J. Y.
ll?ndei son. and at 9 A. M. Mr. Boner
was given the privilege to present to
the Synod the interssts of the Luth
crin Society at Philadelphia.
The reports of the directors of the
TLeo!iel Seminary at Gettysburg
was read, and showed that the en
dowment fund has increased to $126,
500, and the scholarship fund to $16,
146. The revenue funds pays for
salaries of the professors and fur
nishes nsnist-nnce to indigent students-
Th e folio win g coram itt cm repotted:
Committee on last Convention ; eott
kiitUo en letters ; committee on ruin
ates of Juniaia Conference ; commit
tee on papers and sermon of licen
tiate, G. L. Courtney, with a view to
ordination ; committee on work of
retiring secretary ; committee on
minutes of other synods ; committee
on Trinity Evangelical Lutheran
church ol Germantowo, Perry county,
Pa. ; committee on devotional service;
committee on Deaconess work ; com
mittee on the history of Lutheranism;
by Mrs. H. E. Monroe ; committee on
On Friday evening Rev. G. W,
Leisher preached on " Beneficiary
J-jBUcation, and was followed by Rev.
A. S. Hartman, D.'D., with an address
on " Honfl Missions.
Synod was opened at 8.30 A. M.
on Saturday forenoon. Devotional
exercisee were conducted by Rev. B.
F. Kautz, of Beavertown. Synod sat
with closed doors to consider the case
of Rev. E. . Berry, and after hear
ing the report of the committee ap
pointed by the Lewistown Synod to
investigate his cuso, continued his
suspension till satisfactory arrange
ments are made with, complainants,
and evidence of repentance are given.
Oa Saturday evening Rer. W. II.
ocuock, oi Mexr tierlm delivered a
tettuon on Systematic Beuificeoce,
and was followed in an aidrf-m by
Miss Cora Hollohan, of Lock Haven,
on Home and Foreign Missions.
On Sunday the communion sermon
was preacned by Rev. J. K. Luirnst,
D. D , of Mifflinburg. Children's
meeting at 3 P. M. was conducted by
Rev. E. E. Diet t ick, of Ickesburg
A. H. Spangler, of Ypagertown, W.
H. Sobock, of New Berlin, A. G.
Wolf, of Aaronsburg. At 7 P. M. G.
L Courtney was ordained. J. R.
Dimm preached the ordination ser
mon. mondat roBrsoos'a bESSlOX.
Monday the Synod was called to
order by the President C. B. Gruver;
prayer by T. Aurand; roll waa called
end minutes of previous sessions read
and approved; the report of the Com
mittee on the President's report was
resumed and concluded; the place
chosen for the next meeting of Syn
od was Lock Haven, on the last Wed
nesday in September, 1896; the re
port of the examining committee of
the Theological Seminary was aaopt-
ed; also the report of the committee
on Seminary indebtedness; report of
tho committee on the state of relig
ion was adopted; report of the com
mittee on the protocol was adopted;
report of the committee on resolu
tions was adopted; report of educa
ttonal committee was adopted, and
Mr. Ira C. Bryner of New Bloomfield
was received as a benificary on the
funds of Synod; roport of the com
mittee on apportionment was adopt
ed; report of delegates to General
Synod was adopted; report of the
board of education was adopted; re
port of the committee on Northern
Conference was adopted; report of
committee on Parochial report was
adopted; report of committee on
leavo of absence was adopted; Rev.
A. H. Spangler of Yeagertown and
Mr. John Fleiaher of Newport were
elected to serve as trustees for! 3
years at the Orphans' Home at Loys
ville; Rev. W. F. Steck was elected to
11 vacancy on committee of system
atic beneficence; the Secretary was
intrusted to have twenty five hun
dred copies of the minutes printed
and distributed to the pastorates in
proportion to membership, to minis
ters without charg8 on our roll, to
our benefieary students and to our
Relief la One Day.
South American Neevisb relieves
the worst cases of Norvous prostra
tion, Nervousness and Nervous Dya
pepsia in a single day. No such re
lief and blessing has ever come to
the invalids of this country. Its
powers to enre the stomache are won
derful in the extreme. It always
cures; it cannot fail. It radically
cures all weakness of tho 6tomacbe
and r.tver disappoints. It iR a luxury
to take and always safe. Trial bot
tles 13 cents. Sold by L. Banks &
Co., Druggist, MiilliutowD, Pa.
Fb. 6, ly.
Real Estate for Sale.
Tho undersigned executor of Eliza
beth Loon ird estate, will sell Oetober
19, at otic o'clock, P. M., at the resi
dence in Fayette township, a farm
with brick house and brie barn, etc,
containing 7-acres. Also, farm con
taining 89 acres, with frame house
ami log barn, etc. Also, 50 acres on
ridge, 20 acres clear, with a good
peach orchard of over l.UUU trees in
bearing condition, ior further par-
ticulars se hand bills. Will be sold
at the brick mansion house.
J. B. M. Todd,
There will be an Erie Echo meet
ing held in the Westminster Presby
terian church, Mililmtown, Pa., Fri
day evening, October 11, 1895, to
winch a'l are cordially invited.
It is hoped and earnestly requested
that each Christian Endeavor Society
in the county be duly represented at
th's meeting. Philadelphia Express
wiil stop at Port Royal and Thomp-
sontown for tho accommodation of
persons from thos9 places wishing to
return home after the meeting. Per
sons from a distance not wishing to
return home after the meeting, will
please notify Miss Katherine Diehl,
Mifiuctown, so tbat arrangements can
bo made for their entertainment.
The programme is as follows:
Leader, Rev. J. C. Reighard ; song
service, J. B. Meloy; prayer, Rev.4
V . t . Stcck ; address of welcome,
Prof. O. C. Gortner; musio; response
to address of welcome, Rev. J. D.
Shortees ; music ; report of delegate
to State convention at Erie, W. F.
Castles ; music ; open parliament,
" What is the work of the Christian
Endeavor Society," Rev. R. M. Camp
bell, Kev. s. A. JJavenport, Maurice
Leonard ; music ; consecration ser
vice, Rev. J. C. Reighard ; special
session of County Union ; doxology ;
Christian Endeavor benediction. The
musio will be from the C. E. hymnal.
W. F. Castles,
Kelief In Six Honrs.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
diseases relieved in six hours by the
"JNew ukeat Ssouth American Kid kev
Cube." 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 oi wa
ter and pain in passing it almost im
mediately. If you want quick relief
and cure this is your renftdy. Sold
by H Banks & Co., Druggist, Mif
flintown, Pa. Feb. 6.
Married and Killed-
A most shocking cas9 of accidental
shooting occurred on Wednesday af
ternoon at the home of Adam Morn-
mgstar, who lives m Juniata town
ship on the road to Hawn's bridge,
two and a half miles from Hunting
don. His son, Jesse, was manied
at 2:30 P. M, that day to Miss Mary
A Bowser, and the newly made hus
band and wife were sitting together
two hours later iu the house of the
former's father, where the wedding
bad taken place. McCIelltn Spo .ney
barger, a cousin of Jesse Morning
star and an employee of the Hunting
don electric light Company, was
there prepared for hunting, having
with him n shot-gun of the pattern
known as the "Zulu." The ycuu?
Mrs. Mrriingstar, laughingly ask?d
fr the gun. saying she wanted to
shoot a turkey. SpooneyLarger was
in the act of handing it to her, when
it waa discharged, and Jesse Morn
ingstar was struck in the forehead
over the right eye by the entire load
of shot. Nearly the whole of the up
per part of his head was blown off
and hia brains scattered over the
rocm IPs death waa instantaneous.
Mrs. Morningotar, bo eooh a
widow, and all others who witnessed
the sed occurrence, were shocked,
beyond realization or description,
and the community grieves over tho
heart-rending tragedy. Huntingdon
Journal, September 27.
A EW DENTAL OFFICE-
Dr. S. D. DiffenderfcT, graduate of
the University of Maryland Dental
Department, desires to iufcrm the
public that he has opened a Dental
Office at Oakland Mills. Pa., where
ho can be found at oil times. Teeth
extracted painlessly. All work guar
Tb.9 Bepublioan State Committee
Prepared for the Campaign.
CHAIEMAH QUAY'S HEW PLAITS.
Be Hat Appointed ao Exaoatlva Commlt
tM, with Frank VUllnf Laaoli as Chair
maa Although Tbla la an "Off Year"
Every Effort Wilt Be Made to Oat Oat
a Oood Republican Tote.
Philadelphia, S?pt. 80. With tho first
meeting of the Republican state committee
at the hoadquarturs in this oltv the cam
paign may U said to bo formally inaugu
rated. Chairman Quny.wbo!e knowledge of
political tactic is indispmed, has Inaugu
rated a departure in ttate campaign wore
this year by tho appointment 3f an execu
tive conmiittee of the stat? eouimlttoe.
Thin executive cominlttoo Is based upon
similar lines as the one in the natlonul
Republican eoimnlttue and as thoeo in
the Sow York and Ohio etato commit
tees. Frank Willing Leach has been made
chairman of this committee, and upon
hi shoulders the burden of the campaign
will naturally full.
The committee headquarters here ro-
soinble a bw Live in viuch there are no
dronus. CLnlrmon Quay and Leuch are
datermlnud to take nothing fur granted.
With the assistance of feoretarie Jero K.
Rax and William R. Andrews, they pro
pose to inaugurate a vlgoroas campaign
for the purpose of Retting out as large a
role as puuiblo. The votv this year, of
course, will not begin to compare ylth the
rotes In presidential and gubernatorial
years. Their delro, with tho assistance
of the county chairmen, is to keep the vote
up aa high as possible.
CHA1KMAS QUAY' CAHESil.
Chairman Quay's career con be sum
marized In the opening paragraph of the
Bpouch made by Congressman Stone in
Dominating htm oa the leader of tho party '
hosta. It Is as follows: 1
"Born ot Dillsbura, York county, i-ept. I
80, 1&J3, tho son of a IVe .bytcviuu clurgy-
MATTHEW STANLEY QUAT.
Chairman of the State Committee.)
man; prepared for college at Indiana
academies; graduated from Jefferson col
lege in 1S50; admitted to tho bar In 1831;
elected pi'otbonotary of Beaver county In
1S53; re-elected in 1S59; lieutenant In the
Tenth Pennsylvania reserves; colonel in
the One Hundred and Thirty-fourth Penn
sylvania volunteers; lieutenant colonel
and assistant commissary general ; private
secretary Do Governor Curtin ; major-ln-ohlef
of transportation and telegraph;
military state agent at Washington; mili
tary secretary to the governor of Pennsyl
vania; member of tho Pennsylvania legis
lature, ISOj, 1SA1 and 1SS7; secretary of tho
commonwealth from 1S72 to 187$; recorder
of the city of Philadelphia and chairman
of tho Rvpublluan muXj commit tee, IfiTS
and 1979; dolegate-at-lttrac to the Republi
can national convention, 197;!, 1870 aad
US0; secretary of the commonwealth from
1879 to 18S1 ; elected ptato trousurw 1S35
elected a United Htates senator In 1SS7;
chairman of the Republican national commit-too
in 1RS8, conluctlng personally tbat
great campaiirn which resulted lu the elec
tion of Harrison and Morton; a dolegate
to the Republican nutional convention In
18y3; ro-elected I7nit?d States senator In
1808, and may I add, elected chairman of
the Hopublican stat committee in 1W3
tneh In brief is tho nubile history of
Matthew Stanley Quay.
CHAIRMAN LEACH'S LIKE.
Frank Willing Leach, the chairman of
the new executive eomniitteo, is known
FRANK WILLINtt LEACB.
(Chairman of tho Executive Committee.)
personally or through correspondence to
every important party leader in the state
of Pennsylvania. During the recent fac
tional fight he won the admiration of both
friends and oppononts by his manliness in
sacrificing a $0,000 political position rather
than desert Senator Quay or even remain
neutral In a fight where ttolonel Quay's in
terests were involved. He is certain to give
the same zeal to the interests of the whole
party in his new position in the state or
ganization. Frank Willing Leach was born at Cape
May, N. J., Aug. 25. 1855. He was edu
cated in public and private schools, studied
law, and in 1877 was admitted to the Phil
adelphia bar. He has contributed to
numerous magazines and periodicals, and
some years ago wrote several chapters of
Westcott's history of Philadelphia, now
the standard work on that, subject.
IN NATIONAL CAMPAIGNS.
Although Mr. Leach has been secretary
REM FOR BDSINESSl.
of the stilt? cnmmittoj since 18S5 part of
this thus ho was not actively eugasod on
tho duties of that position. In the Dela
tn.it jr campaign, but a month before the
election, he returned to this city and was
chairman of the sub-coiniuitteo of the Re
publican city committee that directed tho
cpcc!::l cenvajs of the Third congressional
dintHct, which, with the possibilities- for
shrjwti leatlurship in the McAleer-Vaux
ea:upaicn, resulted In an immense neduo
tlon of the Democratic majority in this
In the national fight of- IK Chairman
Quay detailed Mr. Leaoh to direct a still
hunt campaign for Harrison in North Caro
lina, which was recognized as a hazardous
undertaking. Though the schema was
discovered a few days before the election,
and the state was lost, the Republicans
had the satisfaction of electing three rep
resentatives, which saved the house of the
Flfly-flrst congress to the Republican
party. The chairman of tho North Caro
lina Republican committee publicly de
clared at the time that not one of these
congressmen would have been elected but
for this secret campaign. Mr. Leach for
many years was assistant secretary of the
nutional Republican committee.
THE TWO SECRET ABIES.
Jero J. Rax. of Huntingdon, and Wil
liam R. Andrews, of Crawford, are the
two secretaries of the state committee.
Mr. Rex has mode his mark as a Repub
lican leader in Huntingdon county. He
was reading clerk of the legislatures of
and 18U8 and Is now the resident elerk
of the house of representatives. Mr. Rex
has Been one of the secretaries of the state
committee for tho past two years.
Mr. Andrews is one of the energetic Be
uublicau leaders of Crawford county. He
Is the publisher of the Mcodville Tribune
Iiupublican, one of the staunch and never
fttillug Republican newspapers of western
Pennsylvania. To a great cpacity for
work Mr. Andrews adds an affable man
ner. Senator W H. Andrews Is his
POLICY OF TRUE DEMOCRACY.
Dutlea an Farm Prod acts Were Lid for
Protection, Not Ravenae.
In the house committe on manu
factures advanced the rxason for placing a
duty on spirits made from grain and on
tnolsjuts. It was claimed tbat largo
quantities of foreign molasses were Im
ported and used to make molasses rum,
and that this was a competitor of our
homemudu whisky made from domestic
Crown groin. But another ground on
wbloh the duties on spirits and ou mo
lasses were levied was that our grain grow
ing farmers in the interior were then with
out transportation facilities and suffered
for a market for their gi'nin, and that for
eign spirits and molasses rum lessened
this market at the domestic distilleries.
The report of the eommittee said:
"It is tho iiitTest, and solely tho Inter
est, of the farmer who grows the grain
from which spirits or? distilled which
renders it a subjoet at nil worthy the cotv
eidcration of congress, os connected with
the protection of the industry and sub
stantial Interests of the country."
Silas Wright, of New York, than whom
there was no IX:iKci-t more able, who
was u member of the committee making
this report, and Mr. Benton also, spoke
for the increase of tho duty on foreign
spirits and molasses, J it carried.
Thrc Is no escape from the oouolnsion
that duties on agricultural products wero
then levlixl for protection and not for
revenue only. That was the policy of
true Democracy. Tlie "tariff for revenue
only" idea Is an upstart, a sehaine of
UNITED FOR SUCCESS.
Republicans In Ail Sections Now Working
Together for Victory.
A meeting of the Republicans of tho
Fourth legislative district wus held here
oa Saturday evening. It was well attended
r.ud the sentiment esj-rcsscd shows that
the party In this district is still united and
will make a good showing in tho coming
campaign. The following resolutions
wera unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That whatever differences
there may have beou as to party leadership
during the pnrt summer thu Republicans
of the Fourth district are now united and
hope to make the Fourth legislative- dis
trict give n strong Ropublicim majority
under the leiornhlp of Matthew Stuley
Quay, the party chairman. Hnzletou Sou
tinul. HE IS ABOVE ANIMOSITY.
Quaty Demount rat e nil Ability to Rise
Above Personal Feeling.
Tho greatest political ant of Senator
Quay's life was not when he demonstrated
his cbillty to defeat one of tho most pow
erful political combinations ever mads in
the stat of Pennsylvania, but when be
demonstrated the aftlllty to rise ubove pep
soiud feelings and animosities nud act
solely In th Interest- f the Republican
party of Pennsylvania. Then did Mr.
Quay set an exatnpls tliat Is worthy of
study from the AtlantSo to the Pacific, and
from the largest to ths smallest township.
Prison Ma4e Oooda.
In the house of ivtrllamont Colonel How
ord Vinct-nt movotl, on Feb. 151, 115:
"That la the opinion of this houso It Is
Incumbent upon her majetty's govern
ment, in the Interest of the Industrial
claS's of th? United KlngdofH, at once to
take t"ps to restrict importation of goods
made in foreign prisons by the forced lubor
of convlots and felons."
Aftt r n long and lnt-eresting debate a di
vision was at- flrst vigorously challenged'
fnmi the government slde.but was noper-fc'.i-tol
In, tlu motion bu'ug unanimously
adoptf'. amid eppOi ition ci:vers.
On t!ie Otst of Jul' 1'tHt- the Iticre.'w of
t'.ie I'.-.ti-mal de!t si::tv tV advent or the
Cleveland admir.itnitioa Riin u-.itvd to
j,:S,lVJ.lHn). YeiiUT!l;iy IT Iuki n.ttaiiiivl t ho
eiiiM iuous sam oT fX)l..s,:. !
That was In about eleven weeks. Day
by day it is mounting higher, under the
suicidal policy inaugurated by the revenue
If this is what tho Democrats mean by
reforming the administ nation of nntionul
uffalrs, htuiven help our national nffaira I
Out of Thlr Rckoolng
The fiscal year Iftft. which ended on Jnly 1,
was a bad one for export trade becatua of tba
enorraons deficiency of the corn crofrand the
consequent reduction of meat products. New
Yet we exported 7,000,000 pounds more
canned beef than in 18il; over 3t.7iO.000
pounds more bacon; over 18,000,(100 pounds
more ham and over 23,K),000 pounds more
hud. Slices n-riuu, Ananius.
Frre Egga, Not Irrnh Kgga.
Free eggs arc of great resistance to the
British farmers. The imports of eggs Into
the United Kingdom during 1894 were
worth 18,4i,llS. With a pVotec-tive tariff
upon eggs most of this motley would tmve
been retained in the British islos insteau
of being sent to Fruucc, Gcrinauy, Bel
gium, Denmark uud Rucsiu.
The Dnty oa Wheat.
In the deltute on the Kiriff act of 1824,
Mr. Taylor explained why the duty waa
phie'd on wheat In lSlfi nt 15 por cent.,
equal, ho ."aid, at that time to centis a
bushel. Since then it hud bqen found that
thut Rito did not prevent importation of
whoat from the Black sea, but chiefly from
Upper Canada. The principle, he said,
on which the then proposed increase of
duty of Bii cents per busfaol was to be laid
wus to scoure to the American agriculturist
the whole of the American or home mar
ket. Mr. Tracy stated that foreign wheat
was oomlmg into Roohester, N. Y., and
selling for 70 and 75 cents, the prios of
domestic wheat being tl. (Annals of Con
gress, 1st, 18th. volume 1, pages l,6S9-l,eA3. )
Messrs. Buchanan, Ingham, Vanoe and
Mr. MeLane, of Delaware, favored the In
creased doty In favor of our farmers. Mr.
McLano wanted to know "If it was wise
policy to build up our rwvenne on the
growth of a rival and neighboring state,
on the encouragement of foreign in plaoe
of domestic agriculture." (Anaals of Con
gress, 1st, 18th, volume 3rpage 1,693.) The
motion to rtrlko out the proposed is creased
duty of cents on wheat waa last, lift
October 12. R. B. Zimmerman
will sell at his place of residence
along the pike, between this town
and Mexico, 15 cattle, cows, bulls,
heifers, 30 hogs, sowa and pigs.
October 15 Lewis Derea. Ad.
ministrator of Joseph E. Kanffman,
deceased, late of Fayette township,
will toll a farm of 36 acres of , said
decedent, on the premises" a mile
At a meeting of the committee, it
was decided that all veterans of Jun
iata Co , that were in the service as
Cavalrymen, come prepared and
mounted, as it is desired that they
turn out on horse-back at our re-union
on October 17th, so that branch
of the service is showed up. Report
to W. F. SkTder,
Juniata county, Pa.
$10 EXCURSION'S VIA PENKSTLVAXIA BAlL
ROAD. The next of the series of personal
ly conducted excursions to Niagara
Falls, via Pennsylvania Railroad,
wiil be run on October 8.
The rate for round trip tickets,
good for ten days, is $10 from Phila
delphia, Washington and Baltimore;
Harrisburg, $8.60; Williamsport, 5 -80;
proportionate rates from other
A special train of Pu'lman parlor
cars and day coaches will be run, and
a tourist agent and chaperon will ac
company tho party.
The tickets will permit of stop off
at Watkins and Rochester in each di
rection, and at Buffalo on the return
For specific rates and time of trains
application should be made to ticket
agents, or to Tourist Agent, Room
411, Broad Street Station, Philadel
phia. -i. - - - - - !'v
Tasoarora Valley Railroad.
SCHEDULE 15 EM-TCT MONDAY SBPTE1TBEB
DAILY, EXCEPT SUX3AT.
' A. M. P. M.
Blair's Mills Lt 8 00 2 00
Waterloo 8 05 2 05
Leonard's Grova 8 10 2 10
Ross Farm 8 15 2 15
Perulack 8 20 2 20
East Waterford 8 30 2 30
Heckman 8 37 2 37
Honey Grove 8 42 2 42
Fort Bigham S 48 2 48
Warble 8 55 2 55
Pleasant View.... 9 00 3 00
Seven Pines 9 06 3 06
Spruce Hill 9 10 3 10
Graham's 9 14 3 14
Stewart 9 16 3 16
Freedom 9 18 3 18
Turbett 9 20 3 20
Old Port 9 25 3 25
Pott Royal Ar. 9 30 3 30
Trains Noa. and 2 connect at Port Koyal
with Way Pasaengor and Sa&ahnre Express
on P. R. K., and Noa. 3 and 4 with Mail eaat.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUSDAY. .55
A. M P. M
Port Koyal 0 0 10 45!5 15
Old Port 1.3l0 50 5 20
Turbett 2 8 10 55 5 25
Freedom 3.7,10 57!5 27
Stewart 4.4 !l0 595 29
Graham's 5.6111 Oljo 31
Spruce Hiil 6.3 U 65 5 35
Seven Pines 7.2;11 09 5 39
Pleasant View 9.0 11 1515 45
Warble 10.0 11 20 5 50
Fort Bighara 12.0 11 26 5 56
Honey Grove 14.011 33 6 03
Heckman 15.1 11 28l6 08
East Waterford 17.5 11 45 6 15
Perulack 20.5ll 55 6 25
Ross Farm 22.0 12 006 30
Leonard's Grove... 24.0,12 056 35
Waterloo 25.512 106 40
Blair's Mills Ar. 27.0jl2 15j6 45
Trains Nos. 2 and 3 connect with Stif e
Line at Blair's Mills for Concord, Doyle,
bn-g und Dry Run.
J. C. MOORHEAD,
T. S. MOORHEAD,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
The nadersisned Extcntor of the last
will and testament of Joseph E. Katifftnan.
late of Fayette tow m hip, Juniata county,
Pennsylvania, will offer for sale oa the
premises in said township of Faystte, on
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 18M,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, he following
described real estate, to wit- -A
TRACT OT LAND,
adjoinia; lands of Amanda Bsashor, E. L."
Jamison, C. D. Sbellcnberger aad sthtra,
36 ACRBS, more or lets more or less, hav
ing thereon erected a
GOOD rKAALE HOUSE,
Fbams Bask Bass and all the nacetsary
Tbers is a first class orchard on the placa:
Apples, pears and other fruit.
The land is Cimestone Flint. About 25
acres cleared; balance in Timber, and is
sitnsted less than 1 mile east of JfcAlistor
villa. TERMS OF SALE. 10 per cent, in cash
on day of sale; 40 per cent, on April 1st,
1896; balance April 1, 1897, with interest
from April 1, 1896, to be secured by judg
ment in mortgage. Dead and possession
given, April 1, 1896.
Also at the same time and place: 1 horse,
1 cow, farming implement, harness, wag
ons, Hoosehold Furniture, Carpets and oth
er articles to numerous to mention.
Executor of Joseph E. Kanffman, dee'd.
A full line of all hardy FRUIT and OR.
NAMENTAL TREES, Shrubs, Evergreens,
Vines, Roses, Hedge-plants, fee. Agents,
men or women, wanted for immediate em
ployment. Address with reference to
Morris Narserios, West Chester, Pa.
Get a good paper by subscribing for tho
Scanau aid Rkpcbuoai.
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and will staud the closest investigation.
That is Why the sales of Hood's
SaraparUla have increased year after
year, while other preparations of less
merit have come, held a Tittle tem
porary favor, and are heard of no more.
That i3 Why Hood's Sarsaparilla
rt-quires the lurgvst Laboratory in the
world. That is Why
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True Ellood Purifier
Prominently in the public eye today. Bo
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TJke Key atr Si 2: op i lue :
It it is Ecoi A ctive
BSliAJfl'M w;5i rttst
ftkryd iet turu,' l ho
a: pen tiij.K'Z,
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DO MORE WORK
TIIAM AHY OTHER
H T j. T E .
IT C9STS ONLY 100
FOR 40 WEEKS
TUB COURSES ARE:
J HARRY DYSIN GEK. A- E.
n.. .I..,,,u.iu-rmnnin rriruni l- rrtttf sna
4.1-Kark. BmH motluu of CarrifiKeS limriHSffu.t
Mfi aiiVOlh'rln tliA-nnrkut I."..l. X..., a-i... -a. a.- a
oU8Uig ail thefrfd genriiiK to s;and Mill while burl;.
TV" -B-aawssa-sj an powrr HDCI WP.lr, trflta
contius'svrtii for lu.n;oC3taioeiieaii(1 rrut-8 Also
I orn PIniter.Hhrlti ri,tr, Mention thut utttt.
UKAfCH 4c lIUMUOJUU. Utrrn Ycrk,
UDH nt Anaatv
TUCO. W. PALM, PrMtT
FOR THE IKCUSTRIODS.
If yea want wart tbat U alannnal and praatabla,
aepd aa Tear aJdrtxi luuortlnJir. WauaakaMB
and owa how to cara arum M.O ft 4up to
SS.OOO per yaar wttaoat baviaf tmA pravfaas
rxiwrkuoe, aul furawta th aaa-tlaraMat al which
thy can walta that amaaau Ikatkiajr rtatlaalt ta
tau-a or that rronlraa ah tlaw. Tim vark fej
cuv, healthy, anal Lonarahla, ad oaa todoae tar.
lug dayttna or aveniaf a, rirnt ia year ewa Waal,
ity, whercror yov Uvo. Tm rvoaiia oi m few
hoars' work ortoai ociamla a a oak's waaaa.
We have uneht thoasaudj of both aaxea attd J1
aad many hava laid foandatloaa tlac mruT
rarely brine them rich. Some of tha aaaartaat
aiea In tiiU country owe their laeceea in Ufa to
tha atnrt faren then, wldle ia our tisljy renal
ago. Vou, reader, may do a wdl-try It Yea
cauiioi imii. nurapiuu iwNarr. vventyauoat
with something that ia bow, aolM.sad anre?. A
book briaif nl of adviee la free to all. Help your
self by writing for tt to-day sot to morrow.
Delays are costly.
E. C. ALLEN A CO.,
aWl HI I I I 111 m
Rial I m CtuMtnat St- I
ML. I Philst.l.lsahlaL I
a-m wa a o al Vi t Wrteuimt
Curbs tHiKti pst km, Kajters Coci Ubon . SMWs DbotarV
BlUa Ssmpie tree. Cuum:u't'uua..Sul W.iUhtKulLX.
P.u res Sick Headache
FOHBded In 1933. Faculty.
Two fa:i courses of study Classical and
Sciontitic, P I'ccial courses in all depart
ments. Ooatrvalory, Laboratories and
new HrainasiDtD. Searn beat. Libraries,
22,0OQrTolamea. Expenses low. Depart,
meat of Hygiene and Physical Culture in
charge of an experienced physician. Ac
cessible by frequent railroad trains. Loca
tion on th BATTLEFIELD of Gettysbur-r,
most pleasant and healthy. PREPAR
ATORY DEPARTMENT, in separ
ate buildings, lor boys snd young men pre
paring lor business or College, under spec
ial care of the Principal and three assist,
acts, residing with students in the building.
Fall term opens September atb, 1895. For
Catalogues, add reus
H. W. MCKNIGHT, D. D.,
or REV. O. G. HUNGER, A. M.,
II L COOPER,
SO. S NORTH FRONT 8T-,
Correspondence Solicited. Philadelphia
Long Distance Telepbomt 519.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
J3ERRY COtlNTr RAILROAD.
The following schedule went Into effect
Nov. 19, 1893, aod the trains will be ran as
p. m a. m Leave Arrive a. m p. m
4 80 8 15 Dnncannon 8 48 8 50
4 86 9 21 'King's Mill 8 31 8 44
4 39 9 24 'Sulphur Springs 8 31 3 41
8 41" 9 2tt "Gorman Siding 29 8 39
4 45 9 29 Uontebello Park 8 26 3 36
4 4 9 81 'Weaver 8 24 3 84
4 61 9 36 'Roddy 819 3 29
4 64 9 39 Ilofnuao. 8 16 3 20
4 56 9 41 'Koyer 8 14 3 24
4 59 9 44 "Mahanoy 8 11 3 21
6 10 10 00 Blootnfiuld 8 05 8 15
6 17 10 07 'Long's Koal 7 52 2 45
5 22 10 13 'Nellsoo . 7 40 2 89
6 25 10 16 'Duni's 7 43 2 3d
6 28 10 19 Elllotsburg 7 40 2 83
6 24 10 25 'Bernheial'a 7 84 2 27
6 36 10 27 'Groen Prk 7 82 2 25
6 41 10 82 'Montour June 7 27 2 20
6 09 11 20 Landiaburg 6 65 1 50
p. m a. ra Arrive Leave a. m p m
Train leavej Bioimttild at 6.10 a. m.
and arrives at Landisburg at 6.47 a. m.
Train leaver Landiaburg at 6.14 p. m., and
arrives at Bloomfield at 6. 50 p. m.
Trains leave Loysville for Duncannon at
7. 220 a. si., and 2. 15 p. m. Returning,
arrive at 10 37 a. m., sad 4.66 p. m.
Between Landisburg and Loysville trains
ruu as lollows: Lnave Land isbnrg for Loys
ville 6 65 a. m., and 1 60 p ra., Loysville
for Landiaburg 11 10 a. m., and 5 09 p. m.
All stations marked () are (lag stations,
at which trains will come to a full stop on
Levis E. Amines. F. V. If. VauasLi.
ATKINSON At PEH1IELL,
ATTORNEYS- AT - LAW,
BCellseting and Conveyancing prompt
ly attended to.
Orrio Oa Mala street, la place of real
denes of Louis R. Atkinson, Kiq., south
Bridge street. fOct26,1892.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
DR.D.aT .CBAWroED, Dl. D4BWIH M.CBAW70BD
JR. D. M. CRAWFORD fc SON,
have formed a partnership for the practice
of Medicine and their collateral branebfs.
Office at old stand, corner of Third and Or
ange streets, MifiJintown, Pa. One or both
ot them will bo found at their oflico at all
timcft, unless otherwise profeKSiocnlly en
gsited. April 1st, ISbS.
(Graduate of the Philadelphia Denial Col
lege,) formerly of Mifllinbnrg, Pa., has lo
cated permanently in Miftiintown, as suc
cessor to the late Dr. G. L. Derr, and will
continue ths dental business (established
by the latter in 1860) at the well known of
fice on Bridge street opposite Court Houso.
D-7- TEETIIEXTRACTED, ABSOLUTE
LY WITHOUT PAIN.
JVs Chloroform, Ether, or Gas used.
No Sore Gums or Discomfort to patient,
either during extraction or afterwards.
All these are Guaranteed or co charge
will be made.
By All work guaranteed to give perfect
satiataction. Terms, strictly cash.
H. P. DERR,
The undersigned persons have associated
themselves together for the protection of
Willow Rua Trout stream in Lack town
ship, Juniata Co., Pa. All persons are
strictly forbidden not to truepass npon the
land or stream of the said parties to fish
as the stream has been stocked with trout
Persons violating this notice, wiil be pros
ecuted according to law.
R. H. Patterson,
T. H. Caruthers, 1. P.
Rob't A. Woodside,
W. D. Walls,
April 23, 1895.
The nndorsigm-d persons have formed an
Association for tho protection of their re.
spec live properties. All persons are here
by notified not to trespass on the lands of
the undersigned lor tne purpose or hunting
gathering nuts, chiping timber or throwing
down lences or firing timber in any way
whatever. Any violation ot the above no
tice will bo dealt with Recording to law.
Beasher k. Zook,
Mary A. Brnbaker,
September 6, 1895.
OFFER LIBERAL TERMS TOfAGENTS.
salary and expenses or commission.
High crade Stack at low rricea. Mew
specialties. Seed Potatoes, etc.
in every town. 8 teady work. Pay Week
ly. Address, H. B. WILLIAMS, Sec'y
Portland, N. Y. Sep. 16,1896.
Lfgle.R.ng. Flrt and Stem Proof.
&tnd (or I The Pen Iroa Rooflnc awsl Conra.
sauac uo. (Ud. ). FhUau, raw
e4 pricca. I
CtMisuinrtptlon Ouraly Oursd.
Co Tarn Bdrob: Plaase infona foai raadera
Shatl hava apoakiv remedy for the aoore-named
disaaaa. By its uiaely oae tatmaaada of hapaleaa
caaaa have bean peraaantl j cured. lahallbeglad
to send two bottles of ay remedy tBXB to any of
ronr readen who bare eonsamptton tt they will
sand ma tbssr Kxpresa and P. a addraoa. Bospect
fUfe T. A. aUKKJat. M. lol Paacl 81. JK. f.
On and after Sunday, llay 20
1895, trains will run as follows- '
Way Passenger, leave Philadelphia at
4 80 a. m; Harrisbnrjr 8 1"? a. m; DuDcan
non8 54a. m; New Port 9 24 a. r; Mil.
lerstown 9 36 a. m; Durword 9 43 a. m.
Tborapsontown 9 47 a. m; Van Dyke 9 65
a. m; Tuscarora 9 69 . tn; Kexico 10 02 s
m; Port Royal 10 07 a. tu: Mifflin 10 11 a"
m; Denholtn 10 21 a. n; Lewistown 10 4f
m; McVeytown 11 08 a. m; Newton
Hamilton 11 32 a. m; Mount Union II 40
a. m; Huntingdon 12 10 p. m; Tyrone 1 02
p. tn; Alloona 1 45 p n;; Pi(tsbur);6 60 p. nj.
Mail Train leaves Phila(pphia at 7 00 a.
m, Harrisburg 11 2'J a. m; Duncannon 1 1 5(
a. m; Newport 12 14 p. 111; MUM in 12 52 p.
it; Lewistown 1 12 p. ni; McVertown 1 34
p. m; Mount Union 1 66 p m; Huntingdun
2 17 p. m; Petersburg 2 30 p. m; Tyrooo
8 05 p. m; Alloona 3 40 p. ; Pituburg
8 10 p. m.
Altoona Accommodation leaves IKrris
burg at 6 00 p. m; Duncannon 6 81 p. n,;
Newport 6 02 p. ui; Jlfiilerstown 0 13 p. nij
Tbompsontown 6 24 p m; Tuscirora ti :J,5
p. m; Afaxico 6 87 p m; Port Uoyal 0 42
p. m; Midi in 6 47 p. m; Denholin 6 65 p. m;
Lewistown 7 13 p. m; JfcVeytown 7 SH p.
ra; Newton Hamilton 8 00 p. ni; Hunting
don 8 32 p. ni; Tyrone 9 16 p. ui; Altouu i
f 60 p. m.
Pacific Express leaves Philadelphia at
;' 20 p. m; Harrisburg 3 10 a. m; Mins
v te 8 24 a. ni; Duncannon 3 38 a. 111; Netr.
pot 3 69 a. m; Port Royal 4 31 a. m; 11 if
tlin 4 87 a. m; Lewistown 4 58 a. tn; Mc
Vctown 6 30 a. ni; Huntingdon 6 0-1 a.
m; i yrone 6 65 a. m; Altoona 7 40 a. ni;
Pittsburg 12 10 p. m.
Oyster Express leaves Philadelphia at 4
40 p m; Flsn isbnrg at 10 20 p. m; Nowport
11 06 p. m; Miftlin 11 40 p. m; Lewistown
12 68 a. m; Huntingdon 12 55 a. in.; Tyrone
142 a m; Altoona 2 00 a. m; Pittsburg 5 30
Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 25 p.
m; Harrrisbnrg 3 50 p. tn; Duncanon 4 15
p. m; Nowport 4 37 p. ni; Mifflin 5 10 p. in.
Lewistown 5 29 p. m; Mount Union 6 0!) p.
m; Huntingdon 6 28 p. ra; Tyrone 7 06 p
ra; Altoona 7 40 p. ni; Pittsburg 11 3U
Harrisburg Accommodation leaves Al.
toona at 6 00 a. m; Tyrone 5 28 a m; Hunt
ingdon 6 05 a. m; Newton Hamilioi 8j
a. m; McVeylown 6 52 a. roj Lewiatown
7 16 a. m; Mifflin 7 38 a. ra; Port Koyal
7 44 a. m; Mexico 7 48 a. m; Thompson.
town 8 02 a. m; Uillerstown 8 12 a.
Mewport 8 22 a. m; Duncannon 8 411 1
Harrisburg 9 20 a. in.
Sea Shore leaves Pitttsbnrg 3 10 a m;
Altoona 7 15 a m; Tyrone 7 48 a tn; Hunt
ingdon 8 30 a m; jVeVeytown 9 15 a tn;
Lewistown 9 35 a m; Miftlin . 9 55 a in;
Port Royal 9 59 a ni; Tbomp'ontown 10 14;
Uillerstown 10 '21 am; Newport 10 32 a m;
Duncannon 10 64 a m; Mirrsvillt, 11 07 a
m; Harrisburg 11 2 j a tu; Philadelphia 3 CO
Main Line Express leives Pittsburg at
8 00 a. m; Altootia 11 40 a. m; Tyrone 12-
03 p. m; Huntin-rrton 12 35 p. m; Lewi.
town 1 83 p. m; Mifllin 1 50 p. ni; Harrii.
burg 3 1 p. ni; Baltimore 6 15 p. ni; Wash
ington 7 30 p. ui; Philadelphia 6 23 p. 111;
New York 9 21 p. ni
Mail leaves Aitooua at 2 00 p. tu, Tyrone
2 35 p. in, Huntingdon 3 20 p ni; Newton
Hamilton 3 51 p. m; McVeylown 4 12 p. m;
Lewistown 4 S" p. ni; Miftlin 5 03 p. nj.
Port Royal 6 0'J p. m; Afexico 5 13 p. ni;
Tbompsontown 5 p. 111; Millerstown 5 S8
p. m; Newport 5 48 p. m; Duncannon 6 2')
p. m; Harrisburg 7 t'O p. m.
Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 1 00 p.
m; Aitooua 6 05 p. m; Tyrone 6 37 p in;
Huntingdon 7 20 p. ni; McVeylown 8 01 p.
m; Lewistown 8 28 p m; Af.fflin 8 47 p tu;
Part Royal 8 52 p. m; Millerstown ft 07 p.
ni; Newport 9 26 p. m; Duncannon 9 50 p.
m; Harrisburg 10 20 p. ra.
Philadelphia Expres leaves Pittsburg at
4 80 p. m; Altoona 9 05 p. ni; Tyrone 9 33
p. m; Huntingdon 10 12 p. ni; Mount L'n.
ion 10 32 p. m; Lewiptown 11 16 p. ni; Mif.
ttin 11 37 p. ni; Harrisburg 1 00 a. in; Phil
adelphia 4 30 New York 7 33 a. tn.
Trains for Sundury at 7 35 a. ra. and 'a 10
p. iu leave Sunbnry for Lewistown 1005
a. m, snd 2 25 p. tn.
Trains leave for Bellefonte and Lo :
Haven at 8 10 a. m., 3 34 and 7 25 p. in.
leavo Lock Haven lor Tyrone 4 30, 9 10 p.
in. ana 4 10 p. ra.
TYRONE AND CLEARFIELD R. R.
Trains leave Tyroue for Cleartifld and
Curwensviile at 8 30 a. m.. 3 15 and 7 30
p. m.. leave Curwensviile ior Tyronoat 4 39
a. in , 9 15 and 3 51 p m.
For, rates, maps, etc., call on Ticket
Agents, or address, Thos. E. Watt, P.
A. W. D., 110 Fifth Avenue, I'itts.
S. M. Prevost, J. R. Wood,
Gea'l Manager. Gen'J Pass. Agt
VIEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S V A L
I 1 ley Railroad Company. Time table
of passenger traios, in effect on Monday,
October 1st, 1891.
STATIONS. West " East
i ; 1 zjry
I P M ! A M A M ! P m
Newr- rt ! 6 05 10 00 6 16! 4 0't
Buffalo Bridge ' 6 08 10 03 6 19 3 57
Juniata Furnace ...j 6 12 10 07j 6 28. 3 5.1
Wahneta i 6 15 10 10. 6 35 3 50
Sylvan I 6 25 10 17 6 40 3 40
WatT Plug I 6 22 10 20 6 44 3 41
Bloomfield Junct'n.! 6 31 10 26 6 51 3 38
Valley Road 6 39 10 34i 6 59 8 32
Elliottsburg 6 61 10 40i 7 10 3 15
Green Park 6 54 10 49! 7 20 3 10
Loysville 7 15 11 00' 7 05 3 04
Fort Robeson 7 12 11 07 j 7 33 2 56
Center 7 17 11 12; 7 41 2 49
Cisna's Run 7 23 11 18; 7 3b 2 45
Andersocburg 7 27 11 22 7 45 2 40
Blaia 7 35 11 80, 7 48i 2 33
Mount Pleasant . .. 7 41 11 86 7 52: 2 24
New Germant'n ... 7 45 11 40 7 65 2 20
D. GRING, President and Manager.
C. K. Milieu, General Agent.
We want a f ew men to sell a Choict Lint
of Nursery Stock. We canuol make vou
rich in a month bnt can give yon steady
employment and will pay yea well for it.
Our prices correspond with the times.
Write for terms and territory to
THE HAWKS' HPRSERf CO-
July 14, 1895. Rochester, N-
Ilfft? fa5 Noattonts. Wesff-fBI
a a s-ile ff-riees. ti-ilp.lor
U i LtW5i-i-!",r?a5'aSS
as neonts Bell i n r.i. ours at Jii f nmo as acents sell
Xi.rtlU), o !rs etfeu iriKxl-riics, ia lbs., tsnw as any
AGHE OOfiSSTER $55
Unaranteed same aa agents soil for r U Wft
ACKE ROAD RACER, 25 lbs. CQfj
WrirSnty with every machine. Kvery time
y2bn;W0cl.roUliapagentyoa pay "W
mora tfTaa our wholesale price for "
It costs about as much to aell bicyeies turousn
aenS and dealers as It does to make laen. La
.ffudenci and economy Busiest the betu-r wimJ
rimaeaee ""guy from us direct at wholc-ialc price
Illustrated Catalogue f res.
Acme Cycle Company,