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WEDNESDAY. KOV- 25, WG.
B. F. SCHWEIER
BDITOB ill riOPIIITOB.
Ecropeax natiors ere jea'oos that
someone of II. cm will cct too
ranch of a start cn tb9 otheia when
the Turkish empire goes to piece a,
that they are all united m propmg
up the Turkish government. Ju?t
recently tbey have unite J t guaran
tee the payment of a $25,000,000 loan
that Turkey secured from the intn
cie; j of Europe.
Spaniards are telfng of war with
the United States. Tliev are telling
their people tbat-a wrr with the
United Stttts would soon be brought
to an end by thence of bombs. They
will employ anarchists throughout
(he country to throw bombs and in
that way destroy railroads, public
and private property, till the people
c uipel the guvrrnaient to settle with
Spain upon any terms, all of which is
warlike, an y, castle bo'ld'SST by the
A Bad Preacher.
St. Paul, Minn , Nov. 13. R3V. J
C. II nil, the preacher on trial charg
ed with attempting to poison bis wife
this afternoorj, pleaded gouty, and
was sentenced t j St-ite prison for six
years. lie went to the stand during
the morning in his own behalf, and
bis cape went to pie es, eo that when
court reconvened tlin alterooon, on
advice of his atloruej, he pleaded
Fire in a Thresher-
On the morning of the 10th iost..
aye the Cbambersburg jRspository.
The storage barn west of Shippers-
burg, owned by Geo. H. Stewart, was
destroyed by fire along with its con
tents, 30 tons of hay, 300 bushels of
-wheat and a threshing macb-'no.
Lets $1,600, fully insured.
The fire began in the thresher
which is supposed to have ignited
some matches that likely fell into it."
Killed by Initiation-
Nearly all the secret orders have
some fool act in their ceremony of in
itiation through which the person be
ing innitiated is impressed with a
feding of pinna for his personal wel
fare, and then when ho tuddeniy re
elizts that in what appeared danger
ous to bira when among the brethren
was not dangerous, but wa-? s;mp!y
used as an object lesson to tench him
that nothing harmful can tame t.
him while among his brethren r.
matter how alprmicg appearances
may be. The urcret order of Elks in
DesMoinc-s, la., however, proved
an exception, and ia their initiation
of EJwprd W. Curry, chsiirmtn of the
Democraf ic State Central Committee,
permitted him to sit long enough on
heated cbfir that he was so stvrs"3
ly lv.rro l i) V n -i;.l f H, . I.
feels of the burn. The test of c : 'J.
dence in that crder is a heated cl vr,
and ns Mr- Curry had been through
a cumber of olher order?, he suppos
ed the test among the E!ks, could in
no wpy result in h' m. Following
his death at Des Moines, which took
place on the 18th ''jst., a deapat ;h
Aa part of the ceremoDy ho wf 3
blind-folded and placed on a chair
with an iron seat. Then a ligh' d
lamp was placed under the seat with
the expectation that wten it got too
hot he wonld jump. But he sat s'i'l
until he was bad'y burned. F"s
trousers were burned away, and the
fle6h was fearfO'ly scorched He wa9
put in new clothcr, and did not. r '.V
iz at the time that the injuries w : ,
serious In a few days blood pc :
oting set ic, and he grew woise
steadily. It wpt Ips desire that the
real cause of his injnrier should pot
be made pub';c, and another cause
was assigned for I he illness, the
truth only becom'"? public to-day.
Members of the E'k Lodge are
frantic over the affair, and have done
everything in their power to repa:r
the unintentional wrong. They say
no one was ever hurt before, and that
Mr. Curry would not have been injur
ed, if he had not been eo "game."
A Daughter's Dishonor Avenged.
The Philadelphia Times says:
The terrible avenger of a daughter's
honor was freed iu open court at
Richmon, Virginia, on the 19th inst.,
and thus ended one of the most re
markable and exciting coea in Vir
ginia annals. Ida May Wimmer it
16, partially paralyzed, delicale look
ing, but pretty. The evidence went
to show that Samuel Thalheimer, 19
years old, found her alone at home
and assaulted her. Months passed
and she had to tell her mother of her
trouble. The father found them both
in tears and he learned the story.
He whetted his large pocket-knife to
a keen edge and went in search of his
daught ji s betrayer. Fourteen times
Le pluuged the weapon in his body
and then surrendered at the police
Public sentiment ran so high here
that, though 500 men were examined
as talesmenv a jury could not be pro
cured, and Norfolk furnished the ma
terial. Wimmer and his daughter
testified' She told a simple story of
tier wrong, and made an impression
of innocence. The fatter unflinch
ingly stated with head erect, that be
went out for vengance, and felt not
eatbfied ontil his victim lay Woody
at his feet. The speeches of course!
for tho defense were in the character
of appeals for protection of the virtue
ot our woman. Ihe lury almost im
mediately, in the face of instructions
that would hang the prisoner under
oramarv circuiusiaiices, rendered a
verdict of not guiltv. Hundreds
shook the baud of the avenging fsth
er. ice awiumes? of the dted is
fully appreciated, bnt the community
feel that a great lesson in life hes
The public school teachers con
vened in the thirtieth annnal Teach
ers' Institute, in the court koue, in
this town, on the 23d inst, at 2 p. m., i
with County Superintendent D. M.
Mai shall in the chair.
The devotional exercises were con
dncted by Rev. J. H.Mortimer of the
M. E. church. - .
H. C. dinger was elected - Vice
O. B. Sulouff was elected Secre
tary, with Hiss E. Blanch Fry Aesigt
One hundred and fiva teachers an
swered to the first roll call, as fol
low: Beale District A. N. Wfleman,
Airs. R P. Taj lor, Annie L. Mc Will
iams, Ella J. Imes, William H. Say' or,
D. B. Jenkins.
Delaware A. W. Gnyer, Geo. A.
Sauman, Alma C. Kinser, Julia Sell
ers, C. S. Ford, Delia V. Knight,
Grant Arnold, Martha Hoop, J. J,
Fayette H. C. Beaver, Mary E.
Mcileen, John II. Shelter, berger,
John II. Carney, J A. Martin, L. S.
Kiozer, E. L. Swartzlander, O. B. Su
louff, Charley Soda, Sylvester Aroi Id,
Alice Van Ormer.
Fermanagh Thomas DilTman, E.
F. Brent, W. F. Carstetter. olnry
Thomas, E. Maud Robisoo, E. Annio
Groninger, L. Anna Will.
Greenwood L. A. Woodward,
Samuel Castles, Jennie Rhodes, F. A.
La?k Sue Andrews, Ed K. Stamp,
H. C. Rhine, Iiucy E. Liiuver, U. 1
Knox, J. AL Barton, J. M. Clark, Ella
B. Martin, Blanche Rhine, .Hayes
Book, Lnella Crouse.
Mifflintown Odin C. G rtner,
Katharine Dipple, Lola Hencb,
Bertha lx Kramer, Mary Laird. ,
Milford Mattie Zimmerman. G,
W. Seiber, S. A Weaver, Sadie J
McWiliams, Charley D. Frackbonse,
C. L. Maloy, Edmund Lindsay.
Monroe J. E. Xiemond, E. E.
Snyder, J. L. Zimmerman, E. S.
Hukenbrok, Kate Miller. Albert L
Patterson W. S. Keiter, Maggie
Kinser, Carrie M. Derr, Carrie Guas,
E. Blanch Fry.
Port Royal II. L. Koons, G. II
Towsey, R. E. McMeen, Jr.
Spruce mil M. S. Eib, J. lv Wc
Laugblin, Eva Smith, Mrs. Ciara B.
Okeson, L. I. BrackbilJ, C. G. Mem
Susquehanna T. J. Nickols, W.
C Klingcr, A. M. Earner, Frank D.
Thompsontown Fannie Shellen-
berger, Emma Dugherty.
Turbett H, P. Stewart, Anne
Showert, J. T. Turbett, J. S. Kep-
ner, S. M. Turbett.
Tusc9rora J. Ramsey Dobbs, J
H. Detu, Mary W- JlcCnllocb, Edna
Ludtvig, Iiiura iu. Juuif, Alioaic
Walls, Mrs. A. B. Bartloy, William
Creighton. P. A. Neely, Banks F.
Rough, Juetta Li Kidd.
Walker J. E. Furner, W. E. Au-
man, D. M. Feterick, J. Cloyd Cav-
eny, J. 31. .Harris, M. Xj. Keieer, IT. IS.
Thomas, J. F. Wirt, Minnie tiroes,
Tho eall of the roll of teachers hav
ing been completed Superintendent
Marshall delivered his annuxl ad
dress. The Vice President and Sec
retarirs each made an address1.
Rev. J. D. Shortest of the Even
fhc1 church delivered the address
of welcome to the teachera, which
was responded to by teacher Carl
Diener, after which Prof. Frank H
Green was introduced and gave a
talk on a Literary Ramble.
The honrs for teachers' meetings
each morning was fixed for 8:30 to 9.
S0; regular morning session at 9.30
to 12 noon; afternoon session at 1.30
to 4 00. Except for Thanksgiving
Day the regular aessiou was fixed at
9.30 to 10.30, to adjonrn at the lust
mentioned hour to attend Thanks
giving religious service and eat
The Committee on professional
reading was announced to be W. S.
1 Keiter, M S. Esh, Catherine Dipple,
F. W. Thomas., Fannie Shellenberg.
o", H. C Rhine,-J. E. Xiemond, .Mrs.
R P. Taylor, Mii-s Laura Junk.
The Committee on general resolu
tions was announced to be: -- Carl
Diener, E. F. Broat, A. N. Wileman,
H. L. Koons, C. l. Maloy, Metta L
Kiel "1, Julb Seller, Clara B. Okeson,
Es.rt L. Cramer.
The Committee on general reading
reported, recommending Hallett's
Physiology and Painter's History of
Education to be read by the teachers
the coming yar. Tho report was
Professor Frank H. Green's lec
ture on Mondny evening was an able
production, which bad for its three
chief heads,. the questions aked ia
First, in Philadelphia: "Who' was
Second, in New York: "What is be
Third, in Boston: ,!Wbat doss he
know." Around the three beads be
wove a pleasant and instructive lec
tuie which be delivered in a rapid.
graceful, forceful style, that held the
attention of the lurge audience fporn
beginning to end.
The first subject discussed on
Tuesday forenoon was: "How to in
terest the parents more deeply in the
schools. The diecussion was opened
by -W. S. Esh and participated in by
J. A. Martin,' O. C. Gortner, Mary
UcCulloch, H. C. Klinger, F. N.
Thomas, H. L. Kcons, Mrggie R.
Kinzer, Catherine Dipple, J. E. Nei
mond, J. H. Carney, and wan closed
by M. S. Eh, afttr which Superin
tendent Marshall gave a talk on the
After recess Rsv. H. 3. Gilbert
conducted the devotional exercises.
The subject of "Public Hygieno
was discussed by Dr.. W. F. Beck of
Spruce Creek, after which Prof. F
H. Green of West Chester State Nor
mal School delivered a talk on "how
to study an author." Adjourned till
The afternoon session was taken
up in the consideration of education
ftl and literary subjects by Wallace
P. Dick, President of Metzgar Col
lege, Carlisle and Prof. Frank Green.
The evening session was devoted
to aa illustrated lecture by W. J.
Clark of N. T. The lecture was a
ft ast of information on the subji-ct
of X rays and showed by apparatus
how the electrie light is used to see
into a man. After the lecture many
of the audience accepted the invita
tion to look through Edison's flouris.
cope at their hand and see the bones
of the hand.
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F. M. M. Pmiu,
Nov. 12th '96. Auditor.
Whereas, the Hon. JEREMIAH LYONS,
President Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas, for tbe Forty-First Judicial District,
composed of the connties of Janiata and
Perry, and the Honorable JOSIAH L. BAR
TON and J. P. WICKERSHAM, Associate
Judges of the said court of Common Pleas
of Juniata connty, by precept dnly issued
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Oyer and Terminer and Geneial Jail Deliv
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Peace at Mifflintown, on the
FIRST MONDAY OF DECEMBER
1896, BEING THE SEVENTH DAY OF
Noticb is hirkby given, to tbe Coronor
Justices of tbe Peace and Constables of the
County of JnalMa, that tbey be then and
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shall be just.
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than ten days before the commencement of
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Dated at Mifflintown, tbe 2nd day of No
vember in tbe - year of our Lord, one
thousand eight hundred and ninety-aix.
Jambs P. Caxhocs, Sheriff.
Mifflintown, Pa., November 2, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named persons have filed their accounts in
the Register's Office of Juniata connty,
Pennsylvania, and the same will be present
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on Tuesday tbe 22nd day ef December, A.
D.. 1886, at o'eieek a. M.
1st. Tbe First seunt of Samuel A.
affmtn, execs tor of tbe last will and tes
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Bill township, deceased, Keller, Att'y.
2nd. The First and Final account of H,
F. Smith, executor of tbe last will and tes
tament of Anthony Hockenberry, late of
Tnsearora township, deceased.
Atkinson 4t Pennell, Att'ys.
8rd. Tbe supplemental account ot Daniel
tUoss, executor of the last will and testa.
inent ot Irwin D. Wallis, late of 'Walker
township, deceased. Keller, Att'y.
Register's umce, l Absob B. Will
n, Pa., i
i 1896. )
The undersinel b sving been restored to
health by simpre means, after suffering sev
eral years witna severe lung ancction, and
that dread disease eonmplion, is anxious
to make known to bis fellow sufferers the
means of cure. To tbose who desire it, he
will cbeeriully send (free of chargs) a copy
ot tbe prescription used, which tbey will
Bnd a sure euro lor Contumpti, Jittkmn.
Catarrh, Bronckitu and all throat and lur
Maladiu. He hopes all sufferers will try
bis remedy, as it is invaluable. Tbose de
siring tbe prescription, which will rest them
nothing, and may prove a blessing, wIM
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Brooklyn,
Mew York. Sep. 9, '96.
The undersigned persons have associated
themselves together for the protection of
Willow Run Trout stream in Lack town
ship, Juniata Co., Fa. All persons are
strickly forbidden not fo trespass npon the
land or stream of the said parties to fish
aa the stream baa been stocked with trout
Persons violating this noice, will be pros
ecuted according to law.
R. H. Patterson,
T. H. Caruthers, J. P.
Jtob't A. Woodstde,
W. D. Wslls,
April 28, 1886.
. The undersigned persons nave formed an
Association for the protection of their re
spective properties. All persons ore here
by notified not to trespass on tbe lands of
the undersigned tor the purpose or hunting
gathering nuts, ebiping timber or throwing
down fences or firing timber in any way
whatever. Any violation ot tbe above no
tice will be dealt with according to law.
. William Paffenberger, .
' Uideon Sieber,
Beasbor A Zook,
Mary A. Brnbaker,
' John By lev,. -Pamuel
September 6 18s.
Im S. Atkxbsobt. F. rnim,
ATKIRSOM , PBMELl.,
ATTORNEYS- AT - LAW,
VCoUwstimr aad CoBveyaacimg prompt
ly sfteHed to.
Oama On Main street, in dace of rest
dene of Louis K. Atkinson, Ksq., soutb
Bridge street. rvctw. iom
friliBERFOatCS SCH W BY ER,
OFFICE IN COUBT HOUSE.
DB.D.BTXBAWrOBD, DB. DABWIB BXBAWTOBD
T-VB. D. M. CRAWFORD A SON,
hare formed s partnership fer tbe practlciJ
Or aeuasine ana uear wuotm
Office at old stand, corner of Third and Or
ange streets, Mifflintown, Pa. One or both
ot them will be round at their office at all
times, unless otherwise professionally en
gaged. April 1st, law.
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental
College. Offioe at old established lo
cation, Bridge Street, opposite Coert
House, Jffiminiowa, Fa.
Er" Grown aad Bridge work;
All work guaranteed.
I nxBBY offer for sale a talusble prop
erty, situated in Frrojanagb township. '
miles north-east of Mifflintown, containing
26 Acre s, more or lers. 4 acres of wood
bnd. The bslince cleared and ia good
stats of cultivation. Buildings ordinary,
but in good repair. A good spring of never
fsitine sravel water nearby. Tbia property
also contains 250 peach trees and 2900 ber4P
ry plsnts; 80 apple trees, besides other
fruit. Tbe above property is situated near
White Hall school bonse in said township.
For further information address.
8.23-'9G. . Mifflintown, Pa.
Tu8carora Valley BailroacL
DC EFFECT OfONDAT, MAT
STATIONS. .,w 0
DAILY, EXCEPT BUilDAT.
' A. M. P. at.
Blair's Mills Iv. 7 45 2 00
Waterloo 7 50 2 05
Leonard's Grove 8 00 2 10
Rops Farm 8 05 2 15.
Perulack.... 8 15 2 20
East Waterford 8 20 2 80
Heckman 8 30 2 37
Honey Grove 8 35 2 42
Fort Bighorn 8 S 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
Port Royal Ar. 9 30 3 30
Trains Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Port Roys
with Way Passenger and Seashore Express
on P. R. R., and Nos. 8 snd 4 with Mail east
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Pleasant View. . . .
50 5 40
03 5 ro
11 6 0
18 6 0
25 6 J 5
4S 6 35
55 6 45
Blair's Mills Ar.
Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect with Stage
bine at mair'a stills lor Concord, Doyle
burg and Dry Run.
J. Q MOORHEAD,
T. S. MOORHEAD,
"! i- -.11
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
jERRY COirVTT RAILROAD.
The following ar.hmlnlo mmt lt fr.
May 18, 189S, and the trains will be rnn ss
Leave Arrive a. m
Danoannoa 7 26
'King's MIU 7 21
Snlphnr Springs 7 18
Cormnn Siding 7 16
Montebello Pork 7 18
Weaver 7 12
Roddy 7 08
'Hoffman 7 05
Royer 7 03
"Mabanoy 7 00
6 1010 00 BloomSeld 6 46
6 21 10 11 Nellson 6 36
6 24 10 14 "Dom's 6 83
6 27 10 17 Blllotsburg 6 80
6 82 10 22 Bernbeisl's C 26
6 84 10 24 "Green Pvk 6 23
6 87 10 27 "Montour June 6 20
6 02 10 62 Uandisburg 6 V0
p. m a. ra Arrive Leave a. m p m
Train leaves Bloomoeld at 6.10 a. m.
and arrives at Landiaburg at 6.47 a. m!
Train leaver Landiabnrg at 6.14 p. m and
arrives at Bloomfleld at 6. 6 p. m.
Trains leave Loysville for Duncan Don at
7. 22 a. m.. and 2. 16 p. m. Returning,
arrive at 10 87 a. m.. and 4.60 p. m.
Between Landisbvg and Loysville trains
run as follows: Leave LandUburg for Loys
Tills 6 66 a. m., and 1 60 p. nu, Lorsville
for Landisbvg 11 10 a. as., and 6 09 p. m.
AU stations marie ed (") are tag stations,
at which trains will come to a full stool on
Oa and aft t Sunday Noverob r 15,
1896, trains will nus as fellows:
Way Passeager. leave Philadelphia at
4 SO a. at; Marrisburg 8 00 a. mi Duncan,
on S 84 a. m; New Pert 9 6 a. bb; Mil
leratewn 9 li a. Bat Oavword 9 21 a. at;
Thempsontowa 9 26 a. nu Vsa Dyke t U
a. wn Tnsearora 9 36 a. ; Mexico 9 40 a.
m; Port Royal 9 44 a. : Mifflin 9 66 a.
m; Den holm 9 66 a. n Lewistowa 19 IS
a mt McTeytown 10 88 a. wj; Newton
Hamilton 11 0 a. m; Mount Union II M
s. m; Hnntlagdon 11 18 p. m; Tyrone 12 20
p. m; Altoona 1 00 p. bb; PitUbarg 6 06 p. as.
Niagara sad Pittsburg Express leaves
Pht'sdelphla at 8.80 e. m ( Barrisborg at
11.46 a. m. Miff) 12.67 p. Lewistowa
1 18 p. bm Hnntiagwen 2.06 p. ns.; Tyrone
tl.4& p. as Altoona 8.16 p. in.; Pittsburg
7J)0 p. m.
Altoona AccoBsnsodation leaves aT rris
burg at 6 00 p. bb; Dnncaanen 6 84 p. so;
Newport 02 p. m; JTillerstowu 6 11 p. m;
Tboncpsnntewn 6 21 p. an; Tnsearora 6 80
p. m; Jfexiee 83 p. m; Pert Royal 0 88
p. m; Mifnia 48 p. Den ho I at i 49 p. m;
Lewistowa 7 07 p. as; ifeVeytewu 7 SO p
m; Newtoa Hamilton 7 69 p. a; Hnnting.
don 8 20 p. m; Tyrone 9 02 p. SB; Alteon
9 85 p. bv t
Pacifle' Exdtobs leaves Philadelphia at
I? 20 p. m; Barrisbarc 8 10 a. aa; Marva.
v le 8 24 a. ns; Duncaanea 8 88 a. mi Naw-
pt S 69 a. m, Port Royal 4 81 a. ou Mlf
flir 4 87 a. m; Lewistowa 4 68 a. bb; Mc
Te town 6 20 a. at; HaBtingdnB SOI i.
nt; Tyrone 6 56 a. as; AUoobb 7 49 a. m;
Pittabnrg 12 10 p. m.
Oyster Express leaves Philadelphia at 4
86 p an; Hanisbarg at 10 2e p. as; Newport
11 06 p. m; Mifflin 11 40 p. ra; Lewistowa
12 58 a. an; Huntingdon 12 65 a. m.; Trone
1 32 a n; Altoona 1 00 a. ns; Pittsburg 6 Sf
Fsst Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 25 p.
; Harrriabnrg 8 p. m; Dnncanon 4 15 .
p. m; Newport w p. bb; MimiB i VI p.m.
Lewistowa 6 27 p. us; Mouat Uaiaa 6 08 p.
m; Huntingdon 6 27 p. n; Tyrone 7 04 p
bb; Altoona 7 40 p. n; Pittabnrg 11 30
Huntingdon Acccmmodatioa leaves Al
toona at 6 00 a. as; Tyres 28 a m; Hunt
ingdon 6 40 a. aa; Ma'wton Hamilton 6 05
a. sn; MeVeylowa 6 22 a. m; I.ewistewu
6 42 o. m; Miftfin 7 01 a. a: Port Royal
7 06 a. m; Mexico 7 09 a. m; Thompson,
town 7 22 a. m; Millerstowu 7 81 a. m
Newport 7 40 a. m; Snncannon 8 07 a ai
Harrtaburg 8 40 a. bb.
Sea Shore leaves Pitttsbnrg 8 10 a m;
Altoona 7 15 am; Tyrone 7 48 a m; Hunt
ingdon 8 80 a ra; McTertowa a 15 at;
Lewistowa 9 St a m; Mifflin 9 66 a. m;
Port Royal 9 59 a as; Thompsontown 10 14;
Millers town 10 23 am; Newport 10 82 a m;
Duncannon 10 54 a m; Maryaville 1 1 07 a
m; Harrfoburg 11 25 a m; -Philadelphia S 00
Main Line Ixpresa leavea Pittsbarg at
8 OU a. an; Altoona 11 40 a. m; Tyrone 12
03 p. ra; Hantingden 12 S5 p. m; Lewis-
town I 33 p. m; MiMin 1 6U p. m; Harris
burg 8 10 p. a; Baltimore 6 o5 p. m; Wash
ington 7 15 p. m; Philadelphia 6 23 p. mi
New Tork923 p. ra
Mail leaves Altoona at 2 10 p. at, Tyrone
2 45 p. m, Huntingd 8 28 p. m; Newtoa
Hamilton 8 68 p. w; McTeytown 4 28 p. nt;
!ewistown 4 45 p. an; MifHia 5 10 p. m.
Port Royal 5 16 p. ra; .Mexico 20 p. m;
Thompnootown 5 83 p. m; Miller town 543
p. m; Newport 6 64 p. m; Doncannen S 28
p. mj Harrisbnrg 7 00 p. m.
Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 1 90 p.
m; Altoona 6 05 p. m; Tyrone 6 87 p. so;
Huntingdon 7 20 p. m; McVeytown S 04 p.
m; Lewistown 8 26 p ir.; Af.tllin 8 47 p. m;
Port Royal 8 52 p. m; Milleistown 9 16 p.
tn;. Newport 9 26 p. m; Duncannon 60 p.
m; Hsrrisburg 10 20 p. m.
Philadelphia Express leaves Tittsbarg at
4 80 p n; Altoona 9 05 p. m; Tyrsse 9 88
p. m; Huntingdon 10 12 p. m; Mount Un
ion 10 82 p. m; Lewistown 11 16 p. ss; Mif.
Bin 11 37 p. m; Harrisbnrg 1 00 a. mj Phil
adelphia 4 80 New York 7 83 a. m.
LEWISTOWN DITISION. : 1
M t J I . U . 1 A . .
j mini ivr ouuunrr ov a. oia fo
p. n., leave Snnbury fer lewistowa 19 06
p. m. and 2 25 p. o ; for Milroy C 20 a. as.
If .20 s. ui. and 3 15 p. in.. wek days.
- TTRONC DIVION.
Trains leave for B;1lefonte and Lock
Haven at 8 10 a. m., S 34 and 7 25 p. as.
lesve Lock Haven for Tyrone 4 89, 9 10 p
to. and 4 15 p. m.
TYRONE AND CLEARKIELD R. R.
Trams leave Tyrone for Clearfield aad
isDrwensTiiie at o iu a m.. in.u ana J 30
p m.. leav Curwensville tor Tyrone at 4 89
a. m , 9 15 and 3 61 p m.
For, rates, maps, etc., eall en Ticket
Agents er address, Tbos. E. Watt, P.
A. W. Li., 860 Fifth Ave&ne, Pitts,
S. II. Pekvost, . J. R. Wood,
Geu'l ilaoajer. Qen'l Pass. Aft
VIEWPORT AND SHRRMAN'S VAL
II ley Railroad Company. Tiwo table
of pasaenger trains, ia effect ea Monday,
Slav IRth lHQfi
JJ 2 4
ph'abi am par
Newport 6 10 85 S SO 4 Ow
Buffalo Bridge C0S I0S8 S 27 8 67
Janiata Furnace ... 8 12,10 42 8 23 Jg
Wahneu 15; la 45 S S 60
Bylvao 6 2510 62 V 16 8 46
Wat-r Ping 6 2 tl l 8 11 8 41
Bloomfleld Junct'n. 6 811109 8 C8 388
Valley Road 6 89 11 09 8 C 8 82
Elliot teburg 61 11 21 7 45 S 16
Green Park 6 64,11 24 H f 10
Loysville 7 0-ilu 86 7 84 8 04
Fort Robeson 7 1 1! II 41 7 26 2 66
Center 7 15,11 45 7 16 2 49
Cisna'a Run 7 21 11 61 7 15 t 46
Anderaonbnrg 7 27 11 57 7 10 S 40
Blain 7 85 12 05 7 93 S 38
Monot Pleasant ... 7 4112 11 68 2 ?4
New-Germant'a ... 7 4512 15 6 60 2 29
D. GRING, President aad Manager
C. K-. Muxbb, General Agent.
fMefc Haadacfceaad relteve aB the troubles mot
dent So a UUoua at&la of aha avMem. such aa
IMninaaa, Kauaaa. Dvawstness, Distraea after
eating. Faio la the Bide, Ac While their moat
remarkable aurccss has been shown ia ouring
Readaebe. yet Cisrea'a Lmu Ltmiua
ore equally valuable ia Constipation, earing
and preventing this annoying complaint, while)
they also et irrct all dieordem ef the tnrh.
stimulate the liver and regnlala tba bowels.
Aehe they would be almost prlnihws to I
who suffer (ram this dlatresalns' eomnlmine:
bat fortunately their goodnem does ant end
here, and those who once try tbem wiH and
theas little pills valnabbt m an many ways that
they wet not be wiUng to do wUhowt taaaav
Bat after all aiokoead
a the baa of as 1
iy avea that bete n
W MtooB- eni lont. Our piUa cure s
while others do not,
Cumm's Lama Lrvaa Pius sir 11 11 w ff
and Wl ssas to takat Ona or bn v lb a
Tbey are ssrieUy veubleand do
pleaae ail who na
as by ganta
naua at 1
voiacai. Sold hia, ar a t by
eaxn BSicaTi oa, tw TsA.
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