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BEPUBLIOAN STATE TICKET.
For CiiDrtRruan-at Lirge.
OxLL-fuu A. Oaow, of SuK.h'iun.
Hami-el A Davenport, of Erie.
Johei'H Whabtox, of Philadelphia.
Alexander E. Pattox, of Cletrfiold.
William Wrriifciuxr, of Allegheny.
Fetkk L Kimhfjuaj of Mercer.
Dinlrtrt Elector: ,
1 Dr. J. 9
Pearson, 15 llenrv C. Prevost
2 All. n It. Korke,
1 J. B. Brown,
17 Fred. H. Etn,
; IS li. liirron Miller,
19 K. II. Shliidoll,
2 Goo. T. swnk,
21 A. C. Wbito,
22 W. N. Randolph,
8 Frank H. Ilendloy,
4 Leon. 1. Myrrs,
6 Wm. M. Taggart,
0 Jon. H. Hnddell.
7 Wm. F. S-.ley,
Q lln I. Jnhnsnn.
10 jobn il. I.ndis, 1 24 Joseph Speer,
11 Everett Warren, ! 25 Ed. K. Abrama,
12 B. W. Wilde, 26 Imdore Sobel,
18 Harrison bell, 27 WillUin Schuur,
11 P. W. Miller, i 28 Jos. C. Campbell
REPl BLICt!! COl TY
Congress, Tu ad. V. H Alios of Franklin Co,
Senate, William I1krtzi.ec.
Legislature, Cakl F. EpKXScntD2.
Arsociate Jndges, W. KoKTn Stirbett.
LinHARD K. MArOER.
FrotbonoUrv, W. U. Zeidcks.
District Attorney, Wilder Pchwbter.
Co. Coroni'.Kdioners, Michael K. Uasiiork.
J. Lcl DitK.iLAGEC.
Co. Treasurer, William W. Lasdis.
Co. Auditors, T. K. Kkavsk.
LI. H. IIartmax.
The creat Chiuisa diplomotiat Li
Hang Cbang arrived in Now York
last Friday. 11a will ba treuted welt
by tbo American psoilj While the
Araoricaa people do not believe in
Cliir.fsa civilization tLey recagciie
the amenities of lifo find intercourse
between nations a-ul i-aopl. Li
Huog CLacg i a Lig'a ofii-jiul in the
Ueleetiil kiDgdora cf China and bears
manv titles: He Ler.rs tho titlo of
Hv Vo Tai Sun Tai Tzi Tai Fie
Wen Wa Tien Tat Hok Sj Yit Yung
Sub Gni Fa'a Sub Gui.
Tne Juniata democrats had no rp
rtseutative in Iho democratic State
' - Convention that met in Philadelphia
last week to elect delegates to the
'lemoeralic National Convention that
meets this week ia ladi.tnapcli to
nominate a candidate for tho Prtsi
dency. But if the anti-Bryan demo
crats of Janiata county did not send
delegates to the Philadelphia State
Convention other counties in this
CoDgressioncI district did. The del
egates selected to represent this Con
gressional district did. The dele
gates selected to represent tbia Con
gressional district ia tho Indian
apolis National convention are Geo.
W. Footo of Union county and J. E.
Rupert of Huntingdon county.
Whzh Mr. Cleveland went into of
f ics the first term there was $400,000,-
000 surplus ia ti-.e Treasury. His
iiSPVTC wes made against the $400,
000,000 snrplus. They charged that
it was an outrage for the republicans
to have that muvh in tho Treasurv.
When Mr. Clevolaod went out of of
fice, there was only 100,000,000 in
tho trcasarv. They had got rid of
300,000,000 in tbreo years, and if
they had not gone out of offi-o when
they did, they would have had a pan
ic i Lands in less than six month's.
Mr. Harrison came into power and
that stopped the downward course of
affairs. He could not restore the
400,000,000 in the Treasury, but he
held it safnly at $100,000,000, and
paid $230,000,000 of t!i3 National
Cleveland the second time ha was
ekcted on the abn.'o of the tariff.
Tao manufacturers -svho had risk
erl millious of dollars in in tnufctur
ing plants just as a number of citi--Z-sns
in the vicinity of Mjfilintown
risked hundreds of dollars in n enn
nory plan, were called legal:z-:l rob
bers. Tiieir work was denounced as
unconstitutional because of tbo repub
lican party had put a tariff on foreign
goods for tho two-fold puip-.ao of se
curing money with which to pay the
expenses of runnicg the government,
and to protect cur workmen from
having their business broken dorn
by goods made in Europe by cheap
labor. Tha people were foolish
enough to listen to the cry of the
democrats against the robber manu
facturers, and they voted for another
democratic administration, which
gave them a low tariff and now thoy
are piying for their foolish voting by
the pinching times through which
they aro passing. ' Most democrats
are for tho Americm buinoss des
troying agency of free trade, but
they have fallen out with eah other
on tne question of the free coiuagcof
silver, and on the question of the
United States to go ioto a state with
the National military and protect
United States property and National
interests, and protect private and
state property and tho lives of pso
pie from raob violence, mob rule.
The better element of tha democracy
will not support the dangerous rcv
oluiionary plans of the Bryan ele
ment of the democratic party. The
truth is the revolutionary element of
the democracy led by Bryan seem to
be more antagonistic to the Cleve
land wing of the party, who are for
hone6t money end the protection of
ail interests of the United States in
6very state of tha Union. The Cleve
' land wing will not support the Bry
an revolutionists- The duty of the
hour for republicans is to stand to
gether as one man in this hoar of su
preme danger. If the republicans
falter now, all that has been gained
for the unity of the states and sound
money will be lost and the hands on
the dial plate of American progress
and prosperity will be turned back,
no one knows how long. Perhaps for
a period of three generations. Vote
the whole republican ticket, nation,
state and county, and you will make
Tcini Ti-t:tli ;Vj:. !se (V.hH
daic'b iiri-ut I titer or
EFFECT OF CHEAP MONEY
Tlia Dsbrn-sraeat cf tha Carrancy
Menm Dostri:tbn cf Values.
It Woolii Xit ! l!or Kfier. thm
II.Mir nt I-nb-jr SHnrti-r r Iy
It Would N'nt Mirl m VwaUnl or Mk
m liniuind fur an AMi?lou.l D.ir't
Imr-It Would Xu Jlk arulil-j Mora
TS-j letfcv of eocptrnrc penned by Major
?Ic-Iilali-jr l f f t';ru fcjnteairS'A. Nu;s
jryaof th'iujttt are ;ine:iin ! ovorlouko.l
l:i tha p srnut! of mi loaj a donuuinst. fs
i:ft out a low of t'.me uu sj'if nJ tfivs
1) .-iKi-cnivnt f the crtrronry moans
lie 'truer-ion of v:li:ca. ,
The owner of the silver bullion would
pjt :ho iilvor dollar. It would Xxloag to
him and riobo:! clso.
It i i jnru prMsn-je to r.ttri!)Utc tho
hard times to the f;K-t that nil ourcurrenry
Is on n gdld bnii O d liioni-y never
niiidi; times h:rd.
1? would d ;r.ajf all csi-itins; vnlu i It
would restore hiisiiieis coii'Mwo, b:it Its
dir.-'-t eff!Ct would 1)0 to de-itro7 tho little
whh;h yw: reiniilni
Tha government would fret nof hinsr f r'.a
the traii-aw-tion. It would bc.ir the ci-poa-iC
of coining tho silver, and tho com
munity would MuScr !w b7 it l usa.
If thirre it nny one thinir which tthould
Yks ft-M fro:u so:ilivtioa nnd fitioitimrion
it i i the nionny of a country. It ouht
never to !- tho snjeot of r.it're pivrri -nil
Viicn we part with onr labor, our pro-
da: t-s or our proiu-rly v.-o shoultl reeeivo
In return money wh'.eh f im s'aplo and
nn'-haTiiu in viduo as tho Ingenuity of
hoou? men en ninka It.
t'ntil internn'liHinl H.ireement I hod it
l the plain duty of thj United Srtit-js to
maii'.laiii tho ter.l-l sti.rul.irt. It Is tlia
recoai;'.cd and sole standard of the great
somni'wlnl notions of tho world.
u:i hu!d fa.it to tht which wo know
isR iod. It U not mors money wo want;
r.'hut we v.i:;t is to put tho mon'y wo ;1-
rf-ndy hav nt work. Vv'han money is em-
-l:ved taen nro employed.
It would not muko la!xr casior. the
hours if Inbur phorter, or the pay better.
It would not i:i:i'.:e fa.-miii;! I.si ltiborio;:
or more proflt:hl-;. It would not ;art a
fai-tory or mnko u d;v.!iad for an ntfdi-
ti')li:.l diiy's laluir.
Xo one Fullers so iiiii.tTi from cher.ji
monty as the farnr-rs iind Uliirer.L 'iliey
bi J tho first to f(-'.d its had efforts, and th.j
bist fo rerovor fro!ii thoai. This !i.s lon
Iho uniform expjrijn w cf all countries,
end hero eUewhrre.
V.'e canno: restore tlia pnMiu cj!iUer.ra
lv an net which would revolutionl.o
11 v.i!:i. or a'l aet whieh entails a tta-
iicit-tiry in the puiillo rovcn'.ios. AVe c:.n
not i!.j:iro eoiifldonce by ndvorsifin;; rc
pmiiulion or prcetielnt dishonesty.
Thcro wouid be no obligation re.:t!n
npn tho ovrnia:-rt to tauiiiUiln jwity.
aud If there wore, it would be powerless to ,
doit. Tha slmpli! trurh !u we would hs
driven to a silver basis to Filver mono
metllihla. Therw dollars, thcrofoi-s, would
Kt-::rid upon their renl vr.lno.
Free silver wonld not mean thr.t silver
dollars were to l:e freely had without cost
l:iior. It would moan tho fr.rj uso
,f the mint; of ih.i UuitLvl Srfe?s for tho
few who owner of silver bullion, but
would make silver coin no fruor to the
many who r.ro cn.-wjd ia other enter
prises. 5'eiieo and China hr.vo trl jd tho experi
ment. ?Ieiico has froo coinage of Kllv:-r
cud cold at a ratio Klih.ly in escoss of
Fi;itecn iind a ludf cunc-es of silver to ona
oun.- of g:!:l, sii'l while u )r mints tro
f.i.rly onoa to !o?b. nivtids nt thr.t ratio,
not n sinirlo doil ir ia gold bulljon is
coined anil eireuluie ! ns i:oney.
It Is not an lne!ese In the v; lun:o of
jnen-y which is tho nee:l of the tima, but
an iacroaso in the volume of business; uc-t
an increase of cotn, but nn int-reaso .f cou
fiilenie; not more coinage, hut a more
n -tivc nse of the money coined: not open
mints for the lt'illinito-l coinage of tho
ri!vr of the woiK'.. but open mills for the
lull nnd unrestricted labor ot American
Free sihn n:ns thet'ebasemont of onr
currency to the amount cf tho diSTei-enc
lwtwoon tho commercial and coin value of
the silver dollar, which is ever changing,
and tho fcfTcvt would ba to roilnee proporty
value:!, entail untold Unazwini losi, d
p'rtiy coulidence, l:np:;!r the obligations 4;f
fslstinj; contracts, further impoverish the
lc.l.-orcrs and prixlu'-crs of tho couut-ry,
reato a pa!iic of unparnliclod severity,
and indict nptin trade and commerce s
a deadly blow.
Tho poor nnd not the rich nro always the
greatest sufferers from every attempt to
detKtse onr money. It would fall with
olarmin;r scvority upon investments al
ready made, upon insurance companies
nnd their jsilicy holders; upon savings
banks nnd their depositors; upon build
ing and loan association membors ; upon
the savings of thrift, and npon tho waro
earners and the purchasing power of their
Every attempt to array class against
class, "the oliissHS against the masses,"
oct-ion against section, labor against cap
ital, "the poor against the rich," or inter
est against interest in the United States.
Ik in the highost degree reprehensible It
is opKsed to tho national instinct und in
terest, and should be resisted by every
citizen. We are not a nation of classes
but of sturdy, freo, independent and hon
ornble people, despising the demagogue
and never capitulating to dishonor.
Those who assert that our. present In
dustrial and financial depression is the re
sult of tho gold standard have not read
American history aright or been careful
students of the events of recent years. We
never had greater prosperity in this conn
try, in every field of employment and In
dustry, than in the busy years from 1IW0
to lbIC, during all of which time this
country was on a gold basis and employed
more gold money in its fUcal and business
otiorations than ever before. We had, too,
a protective tariff under which amplo rev
enues were collected for the government
and an accumulating surplus which was
constantly applied to the payment of the
PROPERTY AND INDUSTRY.
Property la the fruit of labor. Property
Is desirable, la m positive food fa the
world. That some should be rich shows
that others mar beeome rich, and hence la
encouragement to Industry and enterprise.
Let no man who Is homeless pall down the
bouse ofanntkrr, but let him work dili
gently and build one for himself, thus, by
example, assuring that hia own shall be
aafe from Tiolenee when It la built,
Tho Ex-President Furnl-ihes
Some lntrrt'sUns Food
THE DEFENSE OF THE WEAX.
Ixiiciary tha Hoij Intended to
t'taJ Betwean tho Rich
"If t! I.w rrf :r"d Thcro Were Two
liimU of Iliisl.el, Otis of Sixty Pnnali
of Wlioat auit One fit Thirty Pounds ol
Wheat, Yl'trat rrm:r Would Icl!nr
Wheat iiy tUn Sixty found Runnel."
The spo-wh of ax-Vrwsidaat Ilarri-mn in
Kj.v Yoric oa lank Thursday evoniu.'r was
ona of th.i t'reat efforts of the present cam
paign. His cold, clear cut ro:i.snn.n:r n;
po;lji to nil. The speech lui iwen pn!
lished in fi-.ll In themotropolit m juiirnols,
b'.:t hero ra a few gem;i frt:u it which
may be siu-!:3l with profit:
Tbo ronrt-3 are the dofuu: of the weisU.
The rich and powerful havo other ro
soumos, but the poor have not. Tfto hlpii
mlailcd lu.icpajidont judiciary tii.it will
hold to tho lino in (pievtlons between
wealth nnd lalior, lmfwa-jn the rich and
tho poor, aro the dcfano u::d security of
You mbjht Jat as well say that if wo
bad two kinds cf l.usliols, if iho law
should dut-l.-tro thst sixty iounds of wheat
wn a bushol and thirty pounds of whor.t
was a bush-.d woll, what farmer would
deliver wba.it by tho sixty iionnd measure
if he had sold it by tho LnsLelr
A party that cannot bo split is a public
menace. What: the lemlers of a jv.rty as
sembled In convention lepai-t from its
traditional pri:iclple and advocato doc
trine.i flint thrcitcn the Integrity of tho
government, the social order of our com
munities a id tho security nnd aour.docss
of our flounce It ought to split and it dig
nifies itself when it does split.
If I had nothing but a gold dollar and
sugar is t wenty pounds for a dollar I will
not give that gold dollr.r for twenty pounds
of eugnr. I will take It around to a brukcr
and pot two silver dollnrslfor It and get
twenty pounds .f suar and have ono sil
ver dollar left. S: it is, my friends. We
can, of ot:r?o!ves, with our own wiadom.
declare tho value. We can cola silver
freely, but we cannot make sixteen ounces
of silver equal to one oir.ieo of gold unless
It is. And it is not, unl;:s the merchants
take it nt that raio. Tluit is where i.il tliij
thing comes liu
If it c.uld !e known t--nlght that the
giilhuit siildier, that typlci;l younj Amer
ican, that distinguished and useful states
man, William JleJvinley, uf Ohio, would
certainly ls ciectol president, how tho
bears would take to cover on the btjck ex
change tomorrow. My friend , us a
Republican, I am proud of many things,
but-1 can sum up as the. highest satis
faction I havo had in tho party and its
career that the expectations of Republi
can success never did disturb business.
Tnko the men who have lifo insurance.
A mnn has providently taken ont a policy
that his widow and childrcu might not
come to want when tho bread winning
hand was strichen in death; can they
whern tho policy reads f ".iXKJ make it $10,
CJj!1 Can tho managers of those institu
tions mako it right with them? No. This
policy coerces integrity. However honSst
a president of a savings bank may be,
however full of sympathy tho president of
a life nsoeiation mny be, he is compelled to
say: "All the Items of this company aro
scaled down to 50 cent dollars. We loaned
dollars that wero worth 10) cents, we are
no-. being paid in the roduced dollar, al
though tho integrity revolts against it,
our honesty is coerced nnd wo mu st pay
tho widow half."
The Itepnbllcan party fronts the de-
r'ractionist and trumpet's its deflance to
the cnoaiies of sound money. It will flht,
however, without covering any of the
glo'.-ious inattos and inscriptions that aro
upon it3 banners. When tho house ia oa
lire and many of our Domocratlo friends
bellove that to bo tho present domestic sit
uation the tenant on the top floor ought
uot to ask tho tenant in tha busemont to
bnry any of his opinions beforo ha joins
tho flro brigade, and cur Domocratlo
friends, who realize ns we realize tho grav
ity, the far reaching consequences of this
campaign, ought not to ask the Iiepubll
n party to reorganise itself to put aside
any of tho great principles that It hus ad
vocated in order to win a vote
A disturbance which is purely local
In a Ftatc is a state nffuir. The president
ennnot send troops or lend any aid unless
the legislature calls upon him for help, or
the governor, if the legislature Is not in
session.- But when a law of tho United
States is Invaded and broken it is tho
sworn duty of the president to execute it,
and this convention arraigns the presl
deut for doing wliat hia oath compelled
Comrades of the great war for th9
Union, sons of thoso who went cnt to
battle that tho flag might not lorji ltj
lustre, will we conmus after them yaars
that that doctrine that was shot to death
in the great war shall bo revived and
made victorious in a civil campaign. But
this assault does not ond there. The
tixprcme court of tho United States nnd
tho Federal lower courts nro arraigned
because they used the familiar writ of
injunction to suprcss violence to restrain
men from breaking the law, And that the
platform plainly means.
In connection with this financial mat
ter, do we all recognize how Important is
ritOPERTT AND 1XD1STRV.
Property is the fmlt of labor. Property
la desirable, la a positive frood In the
world. That some should be rich shows
that others may become rich, and hence la
encouragement to Indent rr and enterprise.
Let no man who ia bouielcs pull down the
bouse ot another, bnt let him work dili
gently and build one for himself, thus, by
example, assuring thnt his own shall be
safe from violence when it ia built,
Should Get Together.
The demand of the sll veritos is for cheap
money. " It ie the main Item in their creed.
Plenty of cheap money to pay off the gold
bugs' mortgages. But now comes tho boy
orator, who declares that the free si Ivor
coinage taw will send silver u to $1.29
per on nee. If such is the case it will not
be cheap money, but every bit as dear as
gold. There is a contradiction hero.
Money can't be cheap and dour at tho
same time. Which is right? The boy
orator or his followers? They ought to
get together and try to reconcile their
divergent views. As the case stands now
tho general public will refuse to believe
either of them. Hollldnysburg Register.
A RipuMicnn Maw Meetirg will
be held iu the Court House in Hif-fl.niowncn
Tun DA rvEMtro, skp 10tm, lSOfi.
Addresses will bo delivered by the
Bon. A. O Fund t f BuIUfonte, Pa,
std the Hon. Tl.nd. M. MaLon of
Chambcrsburg, IV ,
Oou-e and hear tho issues t-f the
c u.-paign dif cusied. Let there be a
giat).l turn out fr sound money and
protection to American industry.
11. H. Snyder,
Chair. Rep Co. Com.
Vfhmoht on Tuesday voted for bet
ter tims by givicg a majority of 35,
0C0 for the republican ticket.
A democratic stiito convention was
held iu Philadelphia on the 25th of
August and nominated a s'ato ticket
in nr.r.c.sitioo io the Brvan ticket,
and elected delegates to the demo.
emtio National onvontiou to oghtld
Th republican Senatorial Confer
ence met iu the Hotel Ashton, Pat-
rrann nn Tuoa.av. and afttr StX Lai-
lots they adjourned to meet in Har-
risburg next Friday. A" vote eacu
time stood, 3 votes for Herizler of
.Tnniala cn-ictv: 3 votf.s for Woods of
Mifllin county; 3 voles for Eby ol
Ferry county. A long article mignt
lo written on tho claims of Juniut".
county, bnt the Conference is es we!l
Acquuii ted wilh tha merits an i ll:e
der.-.crif s i f tLn nuostiou as if a BCOie
of articles WOre written and present
ed to them for thmr serious consid
Tni democratic Sanatoria! Confer
et:ce Bitt ot the Jact.-bs House on
Tutsduy and nomiuatod Dr. Parcels
of Lcwietown for State Senate.
A Meeting of tha LVpubliccu
Couatv Committee fcas been called to
meet at tbo Hotel Ashtcn." in the
borough of Patterson at 1 o'ekek,
P. -V., Sep'r 5th. Signed
11. II. bXYDRS,
Goto the polls and help"Chulrmnn El kin
to pile up a ronsing majority in Pennsyl
vania. No wonKts'GMAW who is true to himself
and his family will fail to insist on haying
gold or its equivalent for his didly toil. A
cheaper dollar wonld cheat him.
Tmt moro the presidential nominee of
three free coinage parties eudosvors to
talk silver up to a ratio o" 11 to 1 with gold
the further the white mot.il elnhs towards
a parity with copper and coal. Speech
being silver, Bryan only adds to tho over
production of that metal every timo he
opens his mouth, and the law ol supply
nnd demand does the rest.
Mn. BaTAK says coin would not come
from the silver countries hero, because it
would bo nooflod nt home. It would cer
tainly cosno If it was worth SI. SO per ounce
here and only OS cents there; and If we
suppose it raised to tho former prloo in
China and Mexico, we get back to tho old
paradox that we ean double the price of
anything by taking one-sixteenth of tha
amount and putting it in another p!la
WokkixgmeN" of the country aro be
ginning to see tho danger to thorn of fi-co
silver. They hoar llttlo of Increased wapes
bat much of increases! prices. It will tako
jnst as much toil, just r.s much hard work
to earn a 50 cent dollar, or a dollar that
will buy half as muoh as now, as It does
the dollar cf today. Worklngiuen are not
going to be deceived. They want the mills
opened rather than the mints. Evciott
8KXATOR TlLLMAJf made a speech tbo
other day at an agricultural fair at MS.
Gretna, In the course of which he referred
to Mr. Cleveland as "the bog of beef
now in the White Honso," declared that
"we will spew him out of our mouths,"
described bankers as Pier;Kmt Morgan's
"gang of ghouls," nnd advised his oudl
enoe, unless their party was joirig to do
what was right, to tell It to '?o to tho
dovii." Tho audience dons not K?cin to
have been taken with this stylo of oratory,
and there were shouts of "No" when a
vote of thanks was proposed. It is strango
that even Tillman fihould not see that uny
audience will resent such stuff, based ns
it is on tho assumption that they uro oil
as law as he is.
Had for the People.
The fcovurmucnt on its own account has
coined ail the silver that is in circulation,
and guarantsri.l It to bo kept at a par
with gold. Whatever profit there was
made from thi diiTerunco in value of the
silver is the doibie and tho cost of the
silver wont to tho government. We have
now biiuotsdiKm, in i.h.it both silver and
nold uro used as n circulating medium
r.nd are kept at equal values. Free and
unlimited silver coin ig-; at H to 1 means
that the owu-jr of those silver mines can
take t ) the United S.at-s mints and for
W cents wonh of silver, have coined a
dollar. TUU would be a nico speoula tion
for these silver kiu;;-:. bat a mighty bad
thng for tho po-;-!o Kverott Press.
Every day people one, two, three,
a dozen at a time; atid larger delega
tions, call on 1'ajor -McKinley at bio
home in CantoD, Ohio. Last week
a large delegation of farmers from
Knox county, Ohio, went to Canton
and called on Mr. McKinley.
Their spokesman II. D. Critcb field,
explained in his address to .Major
McKinley thot Knox county is a typ
ical agricultural community of the
central states and that it contains
men of all shades of opinion. The
populists have been active there, he
said, and still are, '-but we are here
to assure, Major McKinley, that the
vote of every republican and some of
the democrats of the county will be
cast for yon."
Major McKinley in speaking to the
de legation of farmers, said in part:
I am glad especially to meet the
farmers of Knox county, for the f arm Jl
ers ot tne United states are the most
tonservative force in oar citizenship
ard civilizitioi ; a forf that lin al
ii ays stood for good gorir.iLi nt, foi
conn' ry, for lib-jty and for honesty.
Gti-st sppiause Whatever the turn
er is suC'rling to-day is because of
hi.s ciiuitiUrs havicg iucrea'rd in
ncinWrs and beos-uso his lxt cus
otrr or woBk.
I do rot know that we can do
crt asa tLe.number of your competi
trds, Itu'. with tha adoption of a trn
Auitiicvn protective policy w can
set your best customers to work.
Tremendous cheering and cries cf
"hurrah for McKinley."
wx have sttffjied
iu cur fori ign trade r.r.d ws Lavo suf
fered is i.ur domestic trade. The
fsruit-ra have suffured in tacir export
trade and they havo likewise suffered
in the hemo nltiket. Under the re
publican tariff of 1890 we imported
in 1S93, 111,000,000 pounds wool,
t alucd at $33,070,000. Nearly $20,
000,000 worth more of wool was im
ported under tLe democratic tariff
Uw than under the republican law in
The imports of wooltn goods in
1S93 amounted to $16,800,000 and
thoso of 1S05 to $37,494,000. From
the report of the Treasury depart
ment we find that there were 47,273,
iu tbe United States in 1892, valued
at 123,800,003. Oa the Ut of Jan
uary, 188G, there were 38,298,000
soeep in the United States, valued a.
05,000,000, a decrease of 9,000,000
in the number of sheep and of G0,
000,000 ia value. Two million two
huudred thousand dollars worth
mtre of sheep was imported under
the democratic tariff law than under
tbe republican tcr:ff law.
IS WOOLEN GOODS
the difference i3 more than $50,000,
009 in favor of tho foreign nianofue
turer and against tho domestic pro
ducer. Tuo total less in the.se three
items to tho American wool grower
and the wage earner in Ameriecn
wool manufsctorios is mors than $G2,
Is it any wonder, my f!low citi
zens, that uhcep husbandry is no
more profitable? So with other ngr:'
cubural products. Duricg tho last
seveideen months of the republican
tariff there were imported in this
TOKS OF HAY
and during ths first seventeen
months of tho democratic tariff law
there -rere imported 373,000 tons.
The Wilson law gave the foreign
prodncars a market of 23309 tons
mere than they had enjoyed in tho
!6t seventeen months under the
rnbiienn tariff law This loss
THE TOTAL IK-ATf
rye, bailey, oats and e 'n crop
1895 amounted to 3 "50,900,000
bushels. Tho total of tl;U product
exported wsa 132.3G4.OC0 bushels, cr
a little less than 4 per cent, of the to
tal product annually and more tbauj
96 jier cent, was
COKSTM3D AT HOME.
t n " 3 V.
e great bulk was consumed by
fellow Citizocs, your own natnr-
al coi suiuers andcustomora. Iu 1S91
92 wo exported $1,420,000 COO worih
of agrifultv.ral products. In 189)
9G, tt.e first t wo years under thetlem
ocra'io tariff law, we exportod $1,
124,000,000 worth. We exported
therefore $2SG.000,C00 tioitb less in
the two years undor the republican
DEPRESSIOX Uf AiiMCrLTUBE
has always followed low tiriff le?isla
tion. It was so after the t-riff of
184G and it has been so und?r tho
tariff of 1894. Applause. Can the
farmer be helped by
J-BEE COKAGC OF SILVER
Tou ean.iot help the farmer by the
free coinsgo of silver; he can only be
helped by moro cousumeia for his
products. You cannot help him by
free trade, but as I bava ohown,' l.e
can ha hurt ami seriously hurt by the
free introduction of competing prod
ucts into this country. Better a
thousand times enlarge the markets
for American products tban to en
largo the mints f n the silver product
of tbe world. Tremendous applause
ac d cries cf "you aro right. J Xou
roigbt just as well understand now
that you cannot that yon cannot add
value to anrthiag by dimimshiog the
measure of value with which the
thing is sold or exchanged. Great-
cheering and cries of "urrah lor
McKinley"! If vnu can increase the
value by lowering thi measure or val
ue and ycu want to benefit the farm
er then mcke tv e bnsbc-l smaller, the
pound lighter and declare a legal
dozen less than twelve. Great
laughter. Tha home market is the
best friend of the farmer. It is his
bert market. It Is his only reliable
maiket. It it his own natural mark
et. He should be helped in its en
joyment by wise tariff legislation and
this borne market should rot bo per
mitted to be destroyed by lessening
the demand for American labor and
diminishing tbe pay of American
workmen and thereby diminishing
tho demand for agricultural products,
Free silver will not remove the
competition of Russia, India and tbe
Argentine Itepubiic. This competi
tion will remain, if you would coin all
the silver, of the world. Free silver
will not increase the demand for
yonr wheat, or make a single new cus
tomer. You don't get poneumcrs
through the mints. Groat laughter
and cries of "no." You get them
tbroueli tho factories. Cries of
In 1892 when free trade was the
battla cry of our opponents, it .was
said then that the farmers would fol
low this heresy, but it was not so. It
was J he cities which followed the
heresy in tho country. Tbo country
voted for protection. So this year
tho farmers will vote against free
traele and free silver; they will vote
for a home market and for a dollar as
good as gold ia every market of tba
world. Great cheering.
I bis ebt offer for sale a valuable prop
erty, situated in Fermanagh township, 2)
miles north east of Miffiintown, containing
26 Acris, more or lees. 4 acres of wood
land. The balance cleared and ' in gcod
state of cultivation. Buildings ordinary,
bnt in food repair. A good spring of never
failing gravel water nearby. This property
also contains 250 peach trees and 3000 ber
ry plants; 80 apple trees, - besides other
frnit. The above property is situated near
White Ball school bonsen said township.
For further Information address.
8.89-'6, Miffiintown, Pa.
Lc'tera tealane',' " r
E-tward A. Sm-th. ! of lexe-. Walket
to0'hlp. Junta' coun'Vj Pa., having
bveo (ratitrd la one form of U to the na
d. rjlpne.1 reaxi'd P
senalnowing bciO'' e.dbt id
decrdont r.l plc make I c media to pv.
ment. and Ibo-w hai'ng elaliua wid preot
tliem propnrlt au'hret eated fr aettleotent
to SATitnA V. S ta,
iTisttohTno nc b.
EtiaU cf Christiana Brings, Jtctastd.
Wberraa letters of an ministration on tbe
estate of Christiana Bn.-rgs, late of Walker
township, Jnoita Co., F., decesd, have
bscn iMued out cf tta l). phana' Court to
the undersigned, police is hereby given to
all persona indebted to tb said estate to
make inimtdiato paynxiPt, aftd thoso having
claicia to rresfntibcroproietly atilhenticat.
ed lor settlement.
Walker S owasbip, Fa., August 15, 1S1M5.
. Notice is hereby riven that the following
account bas been tiled In the VVotbonotary's
Oltice ot Janiata county, and the aaois will
be presented for confirmation and allow,
ance to the Court of Common P-eas of said
county, on Tuesdav, tho 22nd day of Sep.
tcrober A. D., 18U8, wben and where a'l
persons interested may attend it they think
Tbe tirst and nonl account of J. G. Horn -
bereer. aasignecs ia trust for tbe benefit of
the creditors ol Christian Lauver of Hon
roa township. W. II. Zitiias,
Ihotbonntari 'a OHico, ) VotA'y.
MilIl!ntown,Pa.,Aug. 22, 189.
Notice is hrn.br given that the to'.lowing
named persons have Ulcd tbe-.r acconat in
tho Itecister's Otlice of Juniata conaty and
tho tame will be presented tor continuation
and allowance at aa Orphan's Court to be
bcld at MiflllDtowD, Pa., on Tnearlar, tbe
2nd day of September, A . D. 189S, at 9
o'clock, A. M.
1st. First and Final account of Edward
C. S hcp, administrator of Adam 8 hope,
lata ol usquebuna township, dve'd.
2nd. Final recount of JR. M. Cunnins
bsin, aduiinistrstor of the estato ol G serge
W. Cross, deceased, late of the boron dh of
Patterson. dower, Att'y.
Srd. TboFirst and " inal account of Jer
emiah Lyons, Exccnfor of the last will and
testament of Mary McAllister, lato of ths
borongh cf Mifilintown, Juni.ita eonnty,
4tb. The First and Partial acconnt of
William G. Smith, cxecnter of tho last
win and testament of George V. Smith,
late of Jidliutown, deco:is-d.
Alkii.ann &, f'ccr.nll, Atl'ys.
6lh. The First and Final occonntoff?. H.
GraybiH, administrator of the estate ot W.
P. Davis, Lite cf the village of Kiel. field,
Juniata rout, ty, Fenna.. deco ised.
6th. The First and Fsitisl acconnt of E.
L. KcWiUiams, administrator, fcc, of John
P. SlcWilliarus, lato of Beale township,
Juniata county, deceased.
7tii. Tbo First and l'-rtisl account ot
John S. Graybii!, aduih.is'.rator c. t. . of
J. IT. Winey, Utt of Favette township,
Jnciata comity, deceased.
Atkinson & Pcnnetl, Att'y.
8tl. The Second and Final account of
Robert Ianis, executor of the last will and
tcstru,rt or Ph'lip S. Z.T.dt, late el Tua
carora township, Junis a coucty, Penmyl
van'a.dec'd, with distrihotive acconnt sub
mitted. PattcrscB, Att'y.
9th. Tba First and Partial acconnt of
' INichoIaa O, Frov, executor of tbo last will
i and testament of Jonathan Frev. late of
I Uelaware township, deeeased. with distribu-
tw (l(.conBt tntttteA. Keller, Att'y.
1 Register's Ollice )
Anaos B. Will,
AiifU.-t 24tk, a. D., 1893.
Lor is E. Atxisso. F. M. M. Puis ill.
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
id IFFJLINTO WN, PA.
G3Collect!ng acd Conveyancing prompt
ly attended to. .
OrricB On Main street, in place of r-id
dence of Loais K. AtkinsGn, Esq., sonth
Bridge street. fOc 1 20, 1SD2
OFFICE IN COURT DOUSE.
DB.D.X.CBAW70BD, OS. DAKWOI .C8WfOEO
jpR. D. SI. CRAWFORD it. SOM,
have formed a artncrcbip for the practice
of Medicine and their coliatteral branches.
OIKco at old stand, corner of Third and Or
ange streets, MitOintowa, I'a. Ono or both
ol them will bo fonml at their oitice at all
times, nclcsa otht-rfiao i.rofessiopully en
gaperi. April 1st. 18t6.
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental
College. Offioo at old established lo
cation, liriilge Street, opposite Conrt
House, -Vifflio'own, Pa.
iC" Crown end Bridgo work;
All work guaranteed.
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KAY & BROTHER, Pcbushebs,
The undersigned persons have associated
themselves together for the protection of
Willow Ran Trout stream in Lack town
ship, Juniata Co., Pa. All persons are
a trie kly forbidden not fo tresoass nuon the
land or stream of the said parties' to fish
as tbe stream has been stocked with trout
Persons violating this notice, will be pros
ecuted according, lo law.
K. H. Patterson,
T. H. Caruthers, J. P. -Rob't
April 28, 1895. ;
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IP I -1'
Tuscarora Valley Railroad.
SCHEDULE IN ItTFECT MONDAY SEPTEMBER
DAILY, EXCT SUMDAT.
Ross Farm. .....
Heckman . .
Hccey Grove. . . .
Fort Bigham . . . .
Pleasant View. . .
Trains Nob. 1 and 2 connect nt PortRoya
with Way Passenger and Scasboro Express
cn P. R. K., and Nos. 8 ard 4 with Mail east
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Seven Pines. ......
Pleasant View . .
Leonard's Grove . . .
Blair's Mills Ar.
55 5 25
20 5 50
15 6 45
Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect with Stage
fcino at niair s mue lor Uoncord, Doyle.
onrg ana urj uuu.
J. a MOORHEAD,
T. S. MOORHEAD,
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
JpERRY COUNTY RAILROAD.
Tho followinz schedale went Into effect
May its, toyo, ana tne trains will be ran as
p.m a. m Leave Arrive a. m p.m
4 80 9 15 Dnncannon -7 26 2 21
4 36 V 21 -Kioe's Hill 7 21 2 23
4 89 9 24 'Sulphur Springs 7 18 2 20
8 41 9 26 "Cor man Siding 7 16 8 18
4 45 9 29 Montebello Park 7 lg 2 15
4 4rt 9 31 "Weaver 7 12 2 13
4 51 9 36 'Roddy 7 08 2 08
04 y d -Honman 7 05 2 65
4 56 9 41 'Royer 7 03 2 03
o 4! -uanaooy 7 00 2 00
o luiow cioomaeld 6 46 1 41
oziiuii -ixeiison 6 36 1 81
o z iu i -funi's 6 83 1 8
6 27 10 17 Elliotsbarg 6 80 1 25
o iu 22 -oernncisi's 6 25 1 20
o 54 iu 24 -uroen Park n 23 18
5 37 10 27 'Montour June 6 20 1 15
6 02 10 62 Landisbnrg 6 00 2 60
p. m a. m Arrive Leave a. m p m
-iram leaves Bioomnold at 6.10 a. m
nuu ureca uuiumuunj 'a(- 0.4i a, m.
Aram waver unaisonrg at b.m p. m and
arrives at Bloomfleld at 6. 56 o. rn.
Trains leave Loysville for Duncannon at
7.22 a.m., and 2. 15 p. m. Returning,
arrive at 10 87 a. m., and 4.66 p. m.
Between Landisbnrg and Lojsrillo trains
ruu as follows: Leave Landisbnrg for Loys
ville 6 65 a. m., and 1 50 p Loysville
for Landisbnrg 11 10 a. m., and 5 09 p. m.
All stations marked ) are Hag stations,
at which trains will come to a foil stoD on
The nndcraigncd persons have formed an
Association for the protection of their re
spective properties. All persons are here
by notified not to trespass on the lands of
the undersigned for tbe purpose of hontma
gathering nnta, chiping timber or throwing
down fences or firing timber in any way
whatever. Any violation ot tha above no
tice will be dealt with according to law.
" Gideon Sieber,
Beashor tt Zook,
Mary A. Urn baker,
John By let,
Septombet 6 1896.
Oa nJ after SuaJar'Waj 9J
189C, I rains will rtin aa follow-:
Wav reetr k'evee ltlladelnU al
I SO '. ( Uarritbnrg R 10 a. ao Dveeea..
nona. mi New Port IS a. aai Mil.
Iratowa 917 a, tat Parwnrd $ 84 a. i
Thoaai eontowa 34 a. mi Van Dike 41
a. tut Tuscarora 44 a. aai Kvtirw t &tt a.
nu Port Ratal 44. mt Mifllia 10 06 a.
on Urchnlm 10 li a, sat Lewiatawa IU SS
a w JlcV- itowa 104s a. anj New tun
Hamilioall 10 a. m; Moqat I'atoa II 16
a. :; lluitiicdnn II 4i r. tat Trreaa 12 SO
p. mi Altoooa 1 10 p. ir; Pitlinors; 6 05 p. as.
Ftt!bur Expreaa loaves Pb'ladHth a at
8 23 a to, llarruibarg II 30 a. a, Daaeaa.
oonilMla.ni; Newport 12 SI p. m; Mtf
din 13 64 p. Lew U town I 10 p. an He
Yei towa I 27 p. m; Hoaat I'aioa I 46 p.
: liuntiacoa 3 04 p. aa; Prtrrabarg 2
lh j . sa; Tyrone 3 60 p. so; AltoMa S
26 p. m; Pittabarf 7 20 p. ta.
Altooaa Acccmmoda:oa Iravea B rr la
burr at 6 00 p. n; DnpeaaooB 6 81 p. sot
Newport 6 02 p. tc; Jfiilersfowa 6 II p. as;
Tbontpsoniowo 6 21 p. nu Toaearara 6 SO
p. m Afitxico 6 13 p. m; Port Royal S 89
p. to; Uitnia 6 43 p. m; Denholm 49 p. sat
Lewiatown 7 ID p. m; AfcVejti.wn 7 SO p
mj Newton Hamilton 7 60 p. to; Uaaticg.
don 8 20 p. m; Tyrone 9 C2 p. u.; Alteona
Pacific Expreaa leaves Philadelphia at
II 20 p. ni; Ilarrisburc 3 10 a. m; Marys.
v'le8 2ta. m; Dnncannon 3 38 a. iu; New.
pot 3 59 . tu; Port Royal 4 81 a. m; Mlf
flis 4 87 a. m; Lewiatown 4 68 a. so; alc
Vei town 5 80 a. re; Huntingdon DOS a,
m; Tyrone 6 66 a, m; Altoona 7 40 a. m;
Pittsburg 12 10 p. n.
Oyster Express leave Philadelphia at 4
85 p so; Harrisbnrg at 10 Zt) p. m; Newport
11 06 p. m; Mifflin 11 40 p. tu; Lewiatown
12 C8 a. m; Uuntingdsn 12 65 a. m.; Tjrone
1 42 a si; Altoona 2 09 a. ni; Pittsburg 6 80
Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 26 p.
m; Harrrisbnrg 3 50 p. in; Duocanon 4 15
p. n; Newport 4 85 p. m; Mifllin 6 7 p.m.
Lewistown 6 29 p. in; Mount Union 6 08 p.
va; Huntingdon 6 27 p. ; Tyrone 7 04 p
m; Altoona 7 40 p. m; Piitsburg 11 iQ
Huntingdon Accommodation leaves Al
toona at 6 00 a. m; Tyrone 6 28 a lu; Hnot
icgdon 6 10 a. m; Newton Ilamiltoq 6 86
a. m; McVeytown 6 63 . iu; Lewiatown
6 15 a. m; ViHIiu6 36 a. 11:; Port Royal
6 42 a. ni; Hoxico 6 45 a. m; Thompson,
town 6 67 a. m; Siillerstown 7 06 a. m
Newport 7 15 a. m; Duncauncn 7 89 a m;
Marriiiburg 8 10 a. m.
Sea S horo leaves Pitttsbnrg 3 10 am;
Altoona 7 15 am; Tyrone 7 48 a m; Hunt
ingdon 8 30 a re; McVeytown 9 1$ a m;
Lewistown 9 85 a m; Mifllin 9 55 a raj
Port Royal 9 69 a m; Tbompntown 10 14;
liillerstown 10 22 am; Newport 10 82 a m;
Dnncannon 10 64 a ni; Marysrillo II 07 a
m; riarrfobnrg 11 25 a m; Philadelphia 8 00
ila'.n Line Express Icavea Pittsburg at
8 IK) a. m; Altoona 11 40 a. ns; Tyrone 12-
03 p. ni; Huntingdon 12 35 p, to; Lewis,
town 1 83 p. ru; Mifliin 1 50 p. m; Harris,
burg 3 10 p. va; Balt'more 6 GO n. m; Wash- -ington
7 15 p. m; PhilAdelpbia 6 23 p. m;
New York 9 23 p. m
Mail leaves Altoona at 2 CO p.m, Tyrone
2 45 r- u, Hnntingdoa 8 SO p m; Newton
Liarullton 4 02 p. in; McVeytown 4 23 p. m;
i.ewistown 4 60 p. ni; Miifiin 5 15 p. m.
Port Keya! 5 20 p. tn;- Afexico 6 48 p. m;
Thompsontown 5 33 p. ni; Uillorttown 648
p. ni; Newport 6 00 p. ui; Dnncannon 6 26
p. 111; Uarrisburg 7 00 p. ni.
Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 1 00 p.
m; Altoona 6 05 p. m; Tyrone 6 87 p. mj
Huntingdon 7 20 p. ni; McVeytown 8 04 p
m; Lewistown 8 23 p ni; .Mifflin 8 47 p mj
Port Royal 8 52 p.tu; Milloretown 9 16 p.
m; Newport 9 26 p- m; Dnncannon 9 60 p.
in; Ilnrriibnrg 10 20 p. m. - -
Philadelphia Express lea v. -a Pittsburg at
4 30 p. in; Altoona 9 05 v. m; Tyrone 9 88
p. ni; Huntingdon 10 12 ' p. m; Meant 0a.
ion 10 32 p. u; Lewistown 11 16 p. in; Mif
llin 11 37 p. m; Harrisborg 1 00 a. m; Phll
adelphia 4 30 New York 7 33 a. m.
- LEWISTOWN DIVISION.
Traies for Sunborv at 7 85 a. m. and X 16
p. m leave Sunbnry for Lewiktown 10 OA
p. ru. and 2 25 p. iu ; fcr Milroy 6 20 a. m.
10.25 a. ni. and 3 25 p. in., week days
Truiiis leave for Bollefonte and Lock
Haven at 8 10 a. tu., 3 34 and 7 25 p. n
leave Loek llivcn lor Tyrnn 4 80, 9 10 p
ni. and 4 15 p. raft '
TYRONE AND CLEARFIELD R. R.
Trains leave Tyrone for Clearllrld and
Curwensville at 8 30 . ru., 8 15 and 7 30
p. m.. leive Curwen? vill j tor Tyrone at 4 89
a. m., 9 15 and 3 51 p in.
For, rates, maps, etc., call onTioket
Agent, or addrea, Thos. E. Watt, P.
A. W. !., 860 Fifth Avenue, Pitta
8. ?4. Peevost, J. R. Wood,
Gea'l Maoag er. Gen'l Pass. Agt
VIEWPORT AND SHERMAIf'S VAL
1 1 ley Railroad Company. Timo table
of nassenzer trains, in Mffnet rtn IfAnHw S
Yi ahseta . . ,
6 05 10?.5
6 OS 10 88
6 12:10 42
6 25, 10 62
6 22' 11 01
6 81 11 09
6 S;ll 09
6 61 11 21
6 64111 24
7 0-,ll 851
7 1111 41
Mount Pleasant . .,
7 4l!l2 11
New Germant'n ...
7 45112 15
D. GRING, President and Manager
C. K.. Mills a. General Agent. i
Sick Readaeh and relieve all the troubles Inci
dent to a bi mus state of the syam. mZhim
DiialmiM, Nausea. Drowslnrsa. Dixtreu arier
eaWDfr Paui m tue Side, 4c. While their moat
remarkablo auccess has been ahown iTeurmg
Headache, yet Cartkr's bnu Ltvca Pnxa
are equally vuluahle In Constipation, carina-
ney also oorrvt all disorders of thenWuI!!k
ramuiate the lirisr and ruamUt aja wT ZS
KVMI If tilAv nnlv naawt BOl
Aehe they would be almost lull nlasa Bo ahenm
who suffer from tola dint retain? comoUlnrT
but '"rtu'T their goodness Ioealiotwii
la the bane of so many Uvea that here Is wbera
we make onr mMl Vam n. w
-- " L-Km nus are vert aniaJi
and TTr mu.v to take On. or t" piS rnaki
a dnee. They are strictly veacl addai
not gripe or porgo, but by their wttocUoi
pleaae all who uae tbem. Ia vaabatSBMU
Bn lor Si sold everywhere, or aent k.T?
Castxx nmsnra oo, in T-ki "
blE fcflta fcara