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WtDXESDAY. 1PBIL31, 1897.
B. F. SCHWEIER
bmtob axb raorauTOav.
Th Legislature ia noting around
into -very department of life to find
omethiog to tax. If they would do
something to add to the incomo of
the people instead of taking more
from their incoma every year, tbej
would be a viae legislature.
GoTxuroB Hastimgs Tftoed ft reso
lution providing that the Legisla
ture attend in a body the dedication
of the Grant monumsnt in New York.
The Senate pataed the resolution
ofer the Qovernor't veto by a unani
Ths world's yield of sugar annual
ly is 7,800,000 tona. Cuba used to
furnish 1,000,000 annually. The yield
there is now only 200,000 tons. The
best suxar industry in Europe
amounts to 1,600,030 toes and that
is why the price of sugar rules low.
It is over production that has put
down tho price of bugar. There wore
a million tons more sugar made last
year than consumed. It was stored
Oa the 15tli cf April a notorious
prize fighter cf Leipaic, Delaware,
called ou Her. Charles I. Sleogle,
pastor oi the Mathodist church of
that town and wanted to rent the
old Methodist church for a sparring
exhibition. The preacher gave the
prize fighter a lecture), which the
bruiser did not like and squared him
self to pummel the preacher, but tbe
parson as quick as a cat, seizing tbe
prize fighter by tho throat, choaked
him until he was blue in the face.
When tbe preacher released bis hold
the fighter slunk away. Sir. Stenglu's
congregation are congratulatieg him,
and declaring that muscular Christ
ianity is a commendable religion un
der certain circumstances.
The End of the World t Sigh.
The Rev. John Riley of Shirley,
Indiana, a minister of the denomina
tion of Friends, and a clergyman of
wida reputation, has created con
sternation in his congregation by
predicting the dissolution of the
woi Id in the year 1808 or 1000. Mr.
Riley, who i a cloee student, has de-
Toted vear3 of study to a solution of
astronomies! calculations, acd his re
search confirms bis implicit faith in
his urophscT. He 1 asca his be'i'f
iu the world wide disaster for tbe
reason that the planets will again La
in line in 1S08 or 1900, thus verify
ing the period ia Biblical history
whan tho Jood destroyed tue earth.
Mr. Riley ia praeckiog daily, and his
converts ore numbered by tbe hun
dreds. The members of bis congre
gation are shaping their worldly af
fairs for tho final leave taking, end
Mr. Riley and hi flock will bo in
readiness to c newer tbe final sum
Turkey and Greece have ti'gagtd
in war. Turkey declared war cn
good Friday. Her excuse for declar
ing war is that Greece sent regular
soldiers across the Turkish frontier
with rebel Cretans All Gieek merch
ants in Turkey have been ordered to
leave the country within two weeks
and tbe Greek minister has been given
his passport which means leave the
Tbe nnma of the commander c f the
Turkish Army is Edham Pasha.
Tbe Greeks say: "We accept the
challenge to war."
The "fight has begun along the
Tbe fight began at Nezeros and
Elsora. Fifty thousand men fought
39 hours a mile distant from each
other across a valley, but in that
distance over two hundred men were
killed. Tbe fight lasted through
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and
the little advantage gained in pesi
tlon was in favor of tbe Turks.
A Turkish shore battery sunk a
Greek steamer ou Sunday morning,
while the steamer was leaving tbe
Gulf of Ambracia.
The Turkish government ia giving
the widest circulation for her reason
for going to war: "That Greece has
sent troops to Crete in defiance of
tbe wish of th9 six powers, and havj
sent regular troops with the Cretin
rebels serosa ths frcntisr lino into
The Turkish minister at Washing
ton received a despatch on Easter
from Constantinople from the Turk
ish government that hostilities had
From tbe latest despatches on lbs
20th, tbe Turkish army is msrchiDg
oa Larissa Lhu headquarters' place of
the Greek a my in T hetsaly. Along
the sea coast the Greek army is de
feasing t'-e Turks.
How tbe Dutch Repsblle was Saved.
The Hon. Charles Franci Adams
writes the Boston Herald ae follows:
"Moat persons have heard cf the
great William of Orange, called 'The
Sdent.' If tbe dog enemies will turn
to Motiev's 'History of the Rise of
th Dutch Republic' (vol. 2, p. 398),
they'll find this little incident relat
ed: On the night of the l'2tb of Sep
tember, 1 i72, a body of Alva's Span
ish troops surprised Dutch William's
camp. Thy slaughtered right and
left 'for two hours long the Span
iards butchered their foes.' Then
Motley goes on to describe what hap
pened: " 'The boldest, led by J ulian in
person, wade at once for thePrince's
tent. His guards and himself were
in a profound sleep, but a small span
iel, which always passed the night
upon his bed, was a more faithful
sentinel. The creature sprang for
ward, barking furiously at the sound
of hostile foot-steps, and scratching
his master's face with his paws.
There was but just time for tbe
Pi icce to mount a horse, which was
ready saddled, and to affect his es
cape through tbe darkness before
his enemies sprang into tbe tent.
His servants were cut down, his mas
ter of the hoiseand two of his secre-
taries,who gained their aadd'ts s
moment later, all lost their liYf, and
but for the little doe's watchfulness
William of Orange, upon whose
shoulders the -who r weight of bis
country's fortunes depended, would
have been led vithin a week to an
ignominious death. To his dying
day the Fricce ever afterwards kept
a spaniel of tho same race iu his bid
"Motley might also have added that
in tho Church of Dolft may be seen
to this day at the foot cf the recum
bent statue of the great Hollander the
figure in stone of that little spa&iel.'"
He Swallowed a Lemon-
"Wist Chestib, Ph., April 13.
A Union that had boon gulped down
whols by Reuben Washington, col
ored, while playing baee ball on Fri
day, has - been successfully cut
out of his etomnch by Dr. Joseph
Hemphill at the Chester county Hok
pital. Surgery bad to be resorted to
to save the youne negro's life. He
had been sucking the lemon to keep
him in good condition while he play
ed ball, end, having a Urge mouth
and throat, the acid fruit slipped
down during the excitement of an
FOR TOCR EYES.
Those with defective eye sight,
will do well to consult J. H. Sweigar,
a graduate of Spencer's Optical Col
lege, of New York City, wbo will
give you the best service at the low
est possible ratas. Frames in g-ld
silver, nickle and steel. Nj charge
for examining the eres.
Main Street, Wifflintown, Pa. in.
The Republican County Commit
tee will meet at tbe "Hotel Ashton,"
in Patterson borough, at 2 e 'clock,
P. M., on Saturday, April 24, 1S97,
to fix a time for holding the Republi
can 1 rimanya in Juuiata.
H. H. Snyder,
James G. Thomison,
Until April 31st, I will reduce tbe
pi ice cf my Cabinet Photographs to
$1.00 per doz., duricg which time
tickets will ba solJ, entitling tlio
holder to 1 doz. fise Cabinet Pboto
grepbs, good for the sitting until
June 31st, 1897. Also during this
reduction, I will sell tickets for those
beautiful 7.1c Photogrspbs at COjts
per doz. Sitting good anyiime ua
til tbe above date. All s''zes and
styles as well as family groups will
be rediicsd duricg this date. Rt
memhtr tbe time. No ticksts sold
after April 31st.
Jobn Glottfelter of Greenwood
township, died on the 19th inst., ag
ed 83 years.
ERVOUS Troubles are due to
impoverished blood. Hood's sar
saparilla is tlm One Tine Blood
Purifier and NERVE TONIC.
Prices Talk at Mr?. IcW, Patter
son, Pa. Stylish Trimmed Sailors
18c; finest mohair, jiva and ponamcs
proportionately low; trimmed dress
bats 98c, upward. Largest assort
ment in tbe county. 3t-
Subscribe for tho Semtisel axd
Republican, a paper that contains
choice reading matter, full of inform
tiou that does the reader good, and
in addition to that all local news that
are worth publishing find places in
ts columns- it
Buy your hunting dogs and have
them acquainted before the buntirg
season opens. I have the following
to offer, guaranteed thoroughly brok
en on their game and reliable. Fox
hounds, rabbit hounds, beagles, set
ters and pointers; alao some fine
Newfoundland?, apaDiels, collies, fox
and bull terriers; fancy poultry and
pigeons1; Belgium and German bares:
prices low. J. Howabd I aylob.
Ang.27,ly. West Chester, Pa.
EAST SALEM HOTE.
A. K. Markel and wife spent Fri
day in R'.chfLdd with their daughter
Mrs. Samuel Shelleuberger.
On Thursday Joseph Long and
Alvin Scblegel killed two black snskes
measuring 5 feet, 2 inches and six
feet 3 inches, respectively.
Virgia Loudcnslager and friend
Edith HocMey of flarrisburg, epent
Sunday at tbe lnm-i of the parents of
the former, -Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Maude Brubaker is working fur
William Graybiil near Bunkertown.
Summer school opened cn 'Jonny
with 19 scholars.
Minnie Kanflman living below Maze,
died on Sunday. Banal on Tuesday
ia Foufz's Valley, aged 21 years and
Sam Scblegfcl and wifa returned
from Phi'aJe:pbit and Ed. Winey,
returned to the city of brotherly love.
Mrs. Barbara Brubaker is having
a new fei.ee put around her yard,
which makos quite an improvement.
Jim Sbildt returned from Lebsnoa
ccucty, last week.
John Wert wno is working in
Pittsburg, carets homo on Saturday
Minnie Hoops, who has been work-
lug at Wemereville Asylum, returned
horns on Friday.
Ada Nail or spent Sundiy at borne
with her father James Nailor in
Black Leg Valley.
Christ Jjocc ef hlnppensburcr is
visiting bis cousin Joseph Long.
Our creamery will close to-day,
acuiegel claims ne paid as nigu es
t'25 out of his pocket one month to
keep it rnnning and that don't p:y
Mrs. John M. Winegardaer, spent
Sunday with her sister Mrs. Abe
John Adams ate 22 eggs for break
fast ob Easter. Who can beat thai?
April 19, 1897.
Prevention is better than cure.
Keep your blood pure, your appetite
good and your digestion perfect by
taking Howl's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Pills act harmoniously with
Hood's Sarsaparilla, gentle, efficient.
j GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
That Ia DeaerfW aa Staple kf
The following is a very simple method
for gold and silver plating: Take an
onooe of nitrate of silver, which ia
made as follows: One ounce of fine sil
ver, one ounce nitrio acid, one-half
ounce water. Put the silver into a Flor
ence flask, then poor in the acid and
water. Place the flask on the sand bath
far a few moments, taking care not to
apply too much beat, and as soon as
chemical action becomes violent remove
tbe flaak to a cooler place and allow tbe
action to go on until it nearly slacks,
when, if there is any silver still remain
ing, the flask may be placed on tbe bath
again until the silver disappears. If the
acid employed is weak, it may be neces
sary to add a little more. The red fumes
formed wbeu chemical action is going
on disappear when the acid has done its
The nitrate of silver farmed daring
tbe above operation should be poo red
into a porcelain capsule and heated un
til a pellicle appears on the surface,
when it may be set aside to crystallize.
Tbe uncrystallized liquor should be
poured from tbe crystals into another
vessel and heat applied until it has
evaporated sufficiently to crystallise.
Then you have nitrate of silver. Take
an ounce of nitrate of silver, dissolve in
a quart of distilled rainwater. When
thoroughly dissolved, throw in a few
crystals of hyposulphite of soda, which
will at first form a brown precipitate,
but which becomes rcdissolved if enough
hyposulphite has been added. There
must be present a slight excess of this
salt The solution is now complete.
Take a sponge, dip it in the solution
and rub it over tbe work to be plated.
A solution of gold may be mado in
the same way and applied as described.
A concentrated solution of either gold
or silver may be used for work that has
been worn off by applying it with a
camel's hair brush and touching it with
a strip of zinc. The writer bos used this
method with the most satisfactory suc
cess. Tbe gold cr silver used in making
must be perfectly fine. Jewelers' Cir-r-nlar.
WHAT THE YOUTH NEEDED.
The Order Was Giron by the Man Whom
Ho Knde Tired.
Now and then Chicago draws a clinp
pio in thegreiitshufileof life. The other
day one arrived hero from an inland
towu who had a few points to spare in
Ho took np his residenco in an aristo
cratic family hotel, where ho appeared
religiously each night at a 7 o'clock
dinner iu the evening dress of a second
class swell. This was all very cominend
ublo and cleanly, and not fit all extraor
dinary where 80 per cent of the men
did tho same thing.
But the good impression awakened by
tho chastity of tbe newcomer's appear
ance in the ineffable bosom and tie was
obscured by his attempt to order his
dinner in as much French as be deem
ed would be intelligible. Tbe sonority
of bis final order for a detaitasKO
was good for all the surrounding tables,
if not for tho butler's pantry.
As tlia first week rolled on the young
man grew more Frcuchy, more mellow,
more metropolitan iu spirit, and on the
occasion of his first evening at home
mado bis way to tbe smoking room,
where he arranged himself languorously
and picturesquely iu an easy chair.
Near him was tho station of a small
"Garcon! Ctarccu!" called out tho
oriental one, but little William stood,
with his heavy, scallike eyes rolled up
ward and bis great paws crossed sol
emnly over his bras buttoned jacket,
regardless and heedless of the over
whelming boner being done him.
"I say, there, garcon. won't you
bring mc ah"
"Some brains, William, for this
chap, " growled au apoplectic man on
the other side of tho room. Chicago
Tlier Do Not Mind the Pennies.
Experience has made tho men of tho
fruit stands overcautious in handling
coin above tho sizo of a 10 cent piece.
Tho larger pieces they will testnpon the
pavement or sink their teeth into in a
tentative fashion. It is to bo noted,
however, that whenever a customer
makes a penny purchase they pocket his
changa without scanning it almost
hastily indeed. There is deep reason in
For one thing, nobody counterfeits
the cent piece ; it is too cheap. For an
other thing, the frnit dealer knows that
no coin of smaller denomination ia pass
ing into his hands. For a third tiling,
and this is the most importuut, there is
always a chance that the customer is
deceived himself and is handing over a
nickel, a dime or nno of the minor gold
pieces, nnder the impression that he is
paying but a penny. If he looks satisfied
and starts to go away, he is not likely
to be called back to get the change. Oc
casionally some such involuntary wind
fall comes the way of the fruit man.
New York Mail and Express.
Got More Than Da Gave.
The London cab and omnibus men
are noted for their smart and ofttimes
humorous retorts and rc-partce, cf which
tho following is a good example:
One afternoon a westward going om
nibns picked up a lady and gentleman
right out cf the hands of a cabman at
Piccadilly. On j:ulling up, the omnibus
very nearly collided with a heavy van.
This was tho Jeha's opportunity.
"You aro a nice sort of a party to
have the charge of tho heads of fami
lies, you arc!" he shouted at tbe omni
bus driver. " Why didn't you bring your
mother out to help you 'old the horses
ou their feet?"
Like a flash came the retort : "Bring
my mother out iudeed while there's
such faces as yours knocking about the
streets 1 Not me! I don't want to have
the old woman scared to death. She's
been a good mother to me, she 'as. "
Hi Conversational Efiort.
He did not know much about pictures,
and when sbo spoke of a girl friend's
achievements with a brush he was a
little at sea. He said "Yes" and "No"
with reasonable accuracy until ehe
happened to say:
"What I am especially disposed to
praise is her coloring. "
"Her coloriug!" he echoed with alac
rity. "It's superb! You know I always
did admire blonds. " Washington Star.
"Yes," she said bitterly,
confess that be deceived me
i to his
"Does he drink or gamble .or any
thing of that kind?" inquired the other.
"No. Before we were wed he led me
to believe that be had a habit of talking
in his sleep about all his doings. And
be does not. " Indianapolis Journal.
Friendships aro not uncommon be
tween the cat and dog, and have been
known between a dog and a wolf, but
tbe mutual attitude of the weasel and
rat is invariably war war that is
waged to the death.
I HOMIlV ON NERVOUSNESS,
Some Practical Idea That Are Drawn hy
a Thinking laj mmm
The most casual glance at the ool
tiiims cf tiie newspapers betrays the
fact that nervous complaints, as re
cently asserted by the medical profes
sion, are greatly on the increase. Com
parison will demonstrate that we Amer
icans are becoming, if we are not al
ready, Mie most highly strung and nerv
ous pef.ple in the world.
But nervousness, as expressed by va
rious well meaning citizens, seems to
to a certain resentment against noise I
am considering tho point from the vau
tago or disadvantage of a layman. Is
mere noise tbe cause or simply tbe evi
dence of nervousness? That's what I
want to know. To be clearer, is mere
noise tho creator of nervousness, or is
the universal complaint of these noises
merely tho evidence of growing nerv
ousness? Most of the errors of reason
ing, I believe, are from the confusion of
cause and effect.
When a letter carrier suddenly and
unexpectedly pipes his thin, shrill whis
tle up & vibrant hallway and causes mc
to start, it is easy and natural to say bo
makes mo nervous. And when au ele
vated train, brakes down, approaches a
statiou, causing every wheel to scream
and shriek, it "sets my teeth on edge,"
nnd the charge is instantly filed against
tiio railroad company of creating nerv
ous disorders. Whereas, the facts are I
was nervous already, and the letter car
rier's shrill whistle only demonstrated
it, and if I had not been a sufferer from
nervousness tho elevated noises would
eimply have bad no effects upon my
mind whatever. And if I sat down and
wrote to tho newspapers complaining
against all these manifold noises I
should only advertise my nervous con
dition to the v.hulo community.
I am aware that I shall run counter
to tho popular, theory when I assert
that noises have nothing whatever to
do with nervousness. Tbe nervous per
son will jump higher and quicker when
silently approached from tho rear, being
unexpectedly confronted Mleutly in tho
dark, being suddenly touched by some
one till that moment nnsccu or unheard,
or even prove more nervous under con
ditions cf absolute silence. It can bo
easily demonstrated that a man who
can sleep like a babe on the lino of the
elevated road will be awakened at tho
crow of chickens in the country, and
yet bo unublo to sleep at no sounds at
all. The man who is disturbed by tho
noises cf tbe city is a nervous mau who
wctild toss ull night ou a sleepless couch
i:i the dead quiet of the country. Tho
only reason there is more nervousness is
because our modo of life creates nervous
ness. Wo drink more, smoko more, eat
more and go the pace generally and
then lay it on to noises. New York
IN SEARCH OF A WIFE.
Cautions Suitor States II in Requirement
In a Letter of Inquiry.
A prominent attorney preserves tho
following dncmneut us ono of the chief
curios of his office. It bears a rtoent
date and was written from one of the
Missouri river towns. The young wom
an referred to is the presiding genius of
tho kitcheu in the lawyer's homo:
"Dear Sib I got acquainted with
iliss through our corresponding
with each other. Sho wants to nirirry
me. Should tlio suit I will not marry
her for three or four months yet. Flcaso
find out through your wifo and lot me
know by return mail if she is worthy of
a good husband.
"Ia her character good? How about
her honesty and integrity? Docs sho
seem to liko cliililieu? Is she neat and
clean? Is sho tasty about her dress? Is
she gay cr frivolous, or what yon call
sullen? Is tho wasteful in her cooking?
Is sho strong and healthy? Can she bear
and talk good? Is she homely cr pretty?
Is she smart? To make it short, would
ehe make a good iu,:!i a good wife?
"I am a cooper by trade, a widower
with five children, and I need a woman
that's a good cock and to look after my
children. Sho has been working fcr
your wife three wefks. Yoa ought to
know her pretty good by thi time.
Anything you may say she won't know
if it isn't good, unites you tell her your
self. "Is she stylish? Has sho begiia to
break or show edge? l.l sho steady nnd
does sho know bow to please? You can
do mc a great favor if you take five
minutes cf your valuablo time to an
swer these few quest ionA Please write
at once. I want to know quick. Yonr
obedient servant." St. Louis Republic.
iliatory on a Watch Face.
Almost tho last work of the Belgian
astroiicu:er llouzeau, deceased, was an
article in which, while arguing in fa
vor of a decimal division of time, bo
pointed out tho origin of the double set
of 13 hours represented on our watch
and clock faces. The ancient inhabitants
of Mesopotamia choso tho number 12 as
an arithmetical baso because it has
four divisors vis, 2, 3, 4 and 0,
whilo 10 has only two divisors viz,
'i and 5. They counted 12 hours in
the day and 13 iu the night, measuring
the day by tho progress of the sun and
tho nif'ht by the pre Kress cf tho stars
uercss tho sky. Thi.s system, prevailing
over all others, has come down to us,
and so our Watches bear on their faces
a souvenir of there ancient days when
tbe sun served for a clock hand half of
the time and the stars the other half.
Katice is hereby given thit tbe under
signed will apply to the Senate and House
of KopreseaUtivea of Peaairlvania for tbe
repeal of an act entitled.. An act requiring
tba owner aad renters of lands in Lack
township, Janiata cauntv, to keep and
maintain ufneiont feacea around tbair en
closures. Approved, the Twenty-fifth day
of Way Jnno Domini one thousand eight
hundrtd and aeventy-oae.
I. 8. Moorehead,
J. J. Clarkson,
Irvin P. Clark.
T. H. Carutbera,
Jao. H. Blair,
B. W. Parsons,
J. B. (fnrgeaon
MIFFLfN' OWN MANKKTS.
Ifir FLiKTOwa April 21, 1K7
vrrruNTOwy grain mabkkis
K heat to
Cora in er. ......... .... ..... 80
01ovrto6d . .
Timuthv aeed $2.C0
Fa; seed 60
Chop $1.20 a hundred
Ground ln s Salt.... 1.U0
American Salt.... .......76c to BOc
Philadelphia Mabkxts, April 17,
1895. Pennsylvania wool 19 to 22c
a pound; wheat 76 to 86c a lb; corn
24 to 27c; oats 28 to 24; spring
chickens 20 to 25c a piece; old chick
ens 8 to 9e; docks 11 to 12c; butter
9 to 23c; eggs 10c; duck ess" 20 t j
22. ; goose eggs 50 to 55c; e ,ou
hand picked apples, 50 pounds in a
bushel at $1 to $1 50; potatoes 18c to
38c a bash; soathern beans $1 50 to
$1 75 a bushel; tomatoes pet box $2
to $3.56; peas per box $1.2? to $2;
southern radishes per one hundred
at $25 to $50; cloversecd at $460 a
bushel; beef cu.le $3.75 to $5 20;
bulls, stags and cows $2 to $3.75;
hogs $425 to $4 35; sheep $3 00 ti
$4.C0; Iambs $5.25 to $5 40; ve.4
ca'.vas $4 and $4.50.
ItoBisax Lrnwio. On the 26th
day of March by Eer. A. N. Haven at
llifiiintown, IraT. Itobison sad Edna
BossehT KaPffman- On the 18th
inst , at Port Royal by Rev. H. S.
Gilbert, Wm. H. Bossert and Mary
Cauffman. At the residence ef her
father in Greenwood township, April
11, 1897, Minnie May, daughter of
Stnnrt and Clementine Canffman, ag
ed 21 years, 7 months and 23 davp.
Whereas, the Hen. JEREMIAH LYONS.
President Judge of the Court of Cntamon
Pleas, for the Forty-First Jadicil District.
composed of tbe counties or Jnntsts and
Perry, and the Honorable WM. 8WARTZ
and W. N. 8TERRETT. Associate
Jndjrea of tbe said court of Common Pleaa
of Jnniata county, by precept dnlv issued
and to me directed for boldinp a Conft of
Oyer and Terminer and Geneial Jail Deliv
ery, and General Quarter S essions of tho
Feace at Milllintown, on the
FOURTH MONDAY OF APRIL 187.
RFING THE TWEKTY-SIXTH DAY O"
Noticb is herfbt ointw. to the Cnronor
J nut ices of the Peace and Constable of the
Connty of Juniata, that tber be then nd
there in their proper person, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said dar, with their rec
ords, inquisitions, examination and Oyer
remembernce. to do thne thine that to
their office respectfully appertain, and
those that are bound hy recognizance to
prowente against the prisoners that are or
may be in tbe Jail of raid count v. he then
and there to prosecute arainst them as
h11 be jnat.
By an Act of the Assembly ; passed the
(Stfc day of May. 1854. it nude the dntv of
Justices of tho Pesre of the reveral conn-
ties of 1hl Commonw 'ulth. to return lo the
Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sesoinns of
the respective counties, a'l th recogniz
ances entered into before them by nr per
son or persons charged with tho Commis
sion of any crime, except nch cae
may be ended before a Justice of the
Peace, under existing laws, at least ten
days before the commencement cf the ses
sion of tbe Court to wh'ch they aro mado
returoabte respectively, and In all ces
where recognizances are entered into H.es
than ten days before the commencement of
the session to wb'ch they are made return
able, tbe said Justices are to return the
same in the same manner a if said Act
bad not been psed.
Dattd at Miftiintown. the 241 h day of
March in the year of our Lord, one
thousand eight bnndred and ninety.seven.
James P. Caldocx, Sheriff.
Miftiintown Pa. March 21, 1807
The following; icale of price for annonce
roenta has been mntnally agreed npon by
tba undersigned and no deviation from Itbe
same will be mad:
Register and Recorder, $5; Sheriff. S5;
Representative Delegate, $3; Chairman
Caunty Committee, $3; Jury Commiss
ioner $150. AII additional eammunica
tions re-emmending candidatea wi! be
charged 10 ceata per line for eich insertion.
Money in all cases to be paid i ' advance.
WM. M. ALLISON.
Editor Juniata Htrald.
B. F. SCHWEIER.
Editor Stinil aim Rbpvblica sr.
REGISTER AND RECORDER.
Mr Editor; Flaa-e announce that 1 am
a candidate for the office nf Register and
Recorder, subject to the rules tba govern
fbe Kepublican paj'r.
JOSEPH W. EVANS.
Sprnce Hill, Marab 17, 1897.
Mr. Editor. Please annoncce that I am
a candidate for the office of Register 4. Re.
carder, subject to tbe ra'cs that gorcro tho
MIffliatown, March 25, 1897.
Mr. Editor. Pieaao anno nee that I am
a caadidate for tbe office of Register and
Recorder, subject lo tbe rules that govern
tbe R pnblican partv.
STILES K. BODEX.
Academia, Hareh 27, 1897.
Afr. Editor: Fleas announce tbat I am
a candidate for tbe ofhee r Register and
Recorder, subject to tho rules tbat govsrn
the Republican parjv.
J. CLARENCE HOWER.
MIBlintowa, March 27, 1S97
Afr. Editor: Please announce that i am
a candidate for the office of Register and
Recorder, anbject t tbe rales ktht "govern
tbe Rrpublitan party.
P. SAMUEL. LEONARD.
Mr. Editor: Plcae announce tbat I am
a candidate for the office of 3heritT,;Ktibiect
to tbe rales ana usdges of the Republican
psrty. HENRY 8. BROWN.
Cocolamus, March, 27, 1597.
Afr. Editor. Please annennce that I am
a candidate for the office of Sheriff, aubjact
to the rules and usages of tho Republican
partv. K. B. ZIMMERMAN.
Oakland, April 12.
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a candidate for the effi.e of Sheriff, subject
to tho rule that govern tbe Republican
party. JAMES N. G RON INQER.
Mr Editor. Plaase snnounco that I am
a candidate for tbe office of Jury Commiss
ioner, subject to tbe rules that govern the
Republican party. D. R' ULRICH.
Jfr. f.ditor. Please announce tbat I am
a candidate for tbe office of Jury Commiss
ioner, subject to the rucs tbat govern tbe
WILLIAM H. BRUBAKER.
Mr. Editor. Please announce that I am
a candidate for the office of Jury Commis
sioner, subject to the rule tbat govern tbe
East Waterferd, April 12, 1897.
Afr. Editor. Please announce that 1 am
a candidate for tbe office of Jury Commiss
ioner, aubjact te the rnlaa tbat 'govern the
Republican party. SAMCFL AURAND.
Afr. Editor. Pleaae announce James If
Nelson as a candidate tor Representative
Delegate to tbe Republican State conven
tion, subject te the rule that govern the
Republican party. REPUBLICANS
Mifflintown, April 6tb, 1S97.
asy to Take
asy to Operate
Are featnres peculiar to Hood's Pills. Small to
size, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one man
said: " Yon never know yoa
have taken a pill tin It Is all
ever." 2W. C. I. ITood ft Co.,
1 he only pilla to toko with Hood'3 SiirsaparUla.
ur it,. nnirlinMi Pitizan ef Juniata
connty will apply to ths General Assembly
or Pennsylvania tor a apecial fence law.
R. E. Dobbs,
S. . Randolph,
Nbai M. Stuabt.
Tbe nndersi ned having been restored to
health by airopge means, after Buffering sev
eral years wilha severe lung affection, and
tbat dread disease consnmplion, ia anziona
to make known te his fellow suBarera tbe
means of cure. To those who desire It, he
will cheerfully send (frte of chargs) a copy
t tbe pre.criptien used, wtdeb they will
Hnd a sure care for Connmption, Jithma,
Catarrh, Bronchitii and all throat and Inng
Maladies. Ha hopes all sufferen will try
kis remedy, as it ia invaluable. Those de
siring the pre c. iption. which will cost then
nothing, and may proi blcsaing, will
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Brooklyn,
New Yark. Sep. 9, 96.
The undersigned persons have asaociated
tbcmsevea together for the protection of
Willow Bun Trout stream in Lack town,
fchip, .'unittt i Co., Pa. Alt persons are
strictly forbidden not to treepv-s npon the
land r stream of the sai l parties to fish
rli iirm h is been stocked With trout
Persons violating this noioe, will ba
rented according to law.
R. H. Patterson,
T. n. Carnthers, J
Rob't A. Woodaido
W. D. Walla,
April 23, If&3.
1 h! nndorsign d persons have formed an
Association for tho proioo'ioa of tbeir re
Fpective properties. AH psrsons aro here
by notified not.to trespass on the lands of
the nndi'niyned tor the purpose of hunting
gathering nuts, chipine timber or throwing
down fences or firing: timber in any way
whatever. Any violation ot the above no
tice will bo deiltwith according to law.
Old con Sicber,
Beasbor & Zook,
Mary A. Hrubaker,
Sf ptoniber 5 1835.
I bebebv cfler -or sale a lalnab'e prop
erty, situated in F rnisn.igh township, 2
miles borlli east cf Miftiintown, containing
25 Acr. s. more or leis. 1 acres of wood
land. The halaace cleared and in gfod
stato of cultivation. Eulldings ordinary,
but in good repair. A rood spring ol never
failing gravel water nearby. Tbia vroperty
also contains 259 peach trees and 2030 ber
ry plants; 30 applo tress, beside: other
fruit. Tbe above property is silnated near
White Dal school house in said township.
Fcr further information address.
8-29-S6. UiUlintoan, Pa.
i "v .7 rtiontly Incrm: -: in Frit I
5 .-.' - : 5 . j C
lUITMt T T.lH t'f .
,.' t" j- reni! tur FrX-.- 1....U
j! YORK CHEMICAL WORKS,
Piao'a Kemedr for Catarrh Is the
Best. Easiest to Uce, and Cheapest.
So'.d by Drneslsts or sent by man.
to. E. T. Baxeltlne, Warren, Pa.
Infests the blood of humanity. It
appears in varied forms, but is forced
to yield to Hood's Sarsaparilla, which
purifies and vitalizes the blood and
cures all such diseases. Head this:
" In September, 1594, 1 made a misstep and
Injured my ankle. Very soon afterwards,
two inches across formed and in walking
to favor it I sprained my ankle. Tbe sore
became worse; I could not put my boot
on and I thought I should have to give up
at every step. I could not get any relief
and had to stop work. I read of a cure of
. similar case by Hood's Sarsaparilla and
concluded to try it. Before I had taken
all of two bottles the sore had healed and
the swelling had gone down. My
la now well and I have been greatly bene
fited otherwise. I have increased in
weight and am in better health. I cannot
say enough in praise of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla." Mrs. H. Blake, So. Berwick, Me.
This and other similar cares prove that
l: the One True Blood Purifier. All drnpelsts. II.
Pieparc! "u'7 b? C.I. Hnod t Co., Ix)ell, Mau.
-. the best family cathartie
I lOOU S HlllS und Uver sUmulant 2S
To sell oar hick frmde iaffprt1 Nailery Stock.
Many new aiecia!tif?a ofrerwl this j-fr for tho
Drst lime, at wvll as tU stAndanl varieils of fruits
acl urnamemHta, If prrvloum erperirnre tte
retary Write for terms, atating ore, etc.
H (,;, Cfo. & Thomast, Snplo ATenoa RarwrifiMt
Weat Cheater. Pa.
IJBost Coosa fiyruift. T.?uitiuod. TJaapf
3 tn lirtA go?a frv erujiri. Nf
Lotrts E. Atstissos. r.H..Pn.
ATKIWSOU a PESfSEtli,
ATTORNEYS- AT - LAW,
Miff LINTOWNt PA.
Ornca On Mala Btrest, ia place of resi
dence of Lonis K. AtkinaoD, Is, , -oath
Bridge street. fOctZS.lSWS
Sr-Collectlng and Coavsyanclng prompt
ly attended to.
3-Collections and all legal busi
Dess promptly attended to.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
tB..al.CBAWOS, AWm HXBAWtOtt
. D. af. CRAWFORD fc SU ,
have formed a partners hip for the practic.
, 'J:..: rTh.i. Mil atteral branches.
Oaice at old stand, comer of Third sad Or-
snea streets, Mimimown, ra. vru . .
. i rnnnl their otfios at all
vi mem wm m .
timea, nnleas otherwise professiocally en
April 1st, 1895.
Gradsste of tbe Philadelphia Dental
College. Office at old established lo
cation, bridge Street, opposite Court
Bosse, Jlifflintown, Fa.
ZF Crown and Bridge work;
All work guaranteed.
THScarora Valley Railroad.
SCHSDULK IN EFFECT MONDAT, MAY 18,
DAILY, EXCEPT SUMDAT.
A. M. P. at.
7 45 2 00
7 51 2 C6
7 58 2 13
8 05 2 20
8 12 2 27
8 25 2 40
8 35 2 50
8 47 2 57
8 48 3 03
8 55 3 10
9 00 3 15
9 06 3 21
9 10 3 25
9 14 3 29
9 16 3 31
9 18 3 33
9 20 3 35
9 25 3 40
9 30 3 45
Blair's Mills Lv.
Port Iioyal Ar.
Trains Nob. 1 and 2 connect at Fort Royal
with Way Passenger and Seashore Express
on P. R. U., and Nos.,3 and 4 with Hiil east
STATIONS. I ' I .
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. .5
A. M. P. M.
Port Koyal 0.010 30 5 20
Old Port 1.3;i8 35 5 25
Turbett 2.8 10 405 30
Freedom 3.7,10 42 5 32
Stewart 4.4,10 44 5 34
Graham's 5.fil0 46'5 36
Spruce HiH 6.3,10 505 40
Seven Pines 7.2 10 54-5 44
Pleasant View 9.0 11 03 5 GO
Warble 10.011 05,5 55
FortBipbam 12.011 116 01
Honey Grove 14.011 186 03
Heckman 15.1 11 25 6 15
East Wuterford 17.511 35 6 25
Perulack 20.511 48 6 36
Itoss Farm 22.0 12 55j6 45
Leonard's Grove... 24.012 02 6 52
Waterloo 25.512 0916 59
Blair's Mills Ar. 27.012 15 7 05
Trains Nos. 2 and 3 connect with St.ige
Line at Blair's Mills for Concord, Doyles.
burg and Dry Run.
J. C. MOORHEAD,
T. S. SiOOKHEAD,
RAILROAD TINE TABLE.
pERRT COrVTT RAILROAD.
The follow in rr arlaPii nla Ar a
- bb w iinu ci i i; I.
Nov. 16, 1896, and the trains will bo run as
IVI1U. IT -
Leave Arrive a. m
Dnncannon 7 54
King's Mill 7 49
Sulphur Springs 7 46
"Corman Siding 7 41
alontebello Park 7 41
Weaver 7 40
Roddy 7 86
Hoffman 7 S3
Royer 7 81
Mahanoy 7 28
Bloomfield 7 23
Treasler 7 09
Nellaon 7 94
Dum's 7 01
Elliotsbnrg 6 58
BernheisPs 6 61
Groen Pvk 6 4S
Montour Juno 6 83
Landisbnrg 6 28
6 10 10 43
5 16 9 49
5 21 9 54
5 24 9 57
5 27 10 05
6 32 10 07
5 84 10 17
6 87 10 80
C 62 10 35
p. n a. na
ijeare a. m p m
Train loaves BIoomHeld at $.63 a. m.
and arrives at Landisbnrg at 4.23 a m'
Train leaves Landisbnrg at 6.08 'vl. m.i and'
arrives at Blom8eld at 6.46 p. xa.
All stations marked ) are Bag stations,
at which trains will come to a full stop on
Cbas. H. Sbdxbt,
8. H. Bscx,
HW 5-Scfc 'S'
A wonderful tmprownipnt . Frlclltvt I'rriln
licDnrk, auvK moiutiicr w:irrnn;-f j.j;Sf si.,.
uuny oil: r In tbe market. Fric-tuac t !uTi-l l-'-rt!
CMUbttiff fill the fft"d gwtrino; t"3an1 F-t-i! wt-f lrr,
tis; a rent MTtnR in ptrner and wr-jt!-, fc-etu
itx-ntsinBrftni, forliiiiivCttiJilo'tiH nn :pr:'; i..
Iii?c Ilarrow.n, Jiny faU:" i'uiivt $t,r
- a;r; ;i.turr, ti;Iit-(A9 cic Jif- flit.-n ri -
PENNSYLVANIA RAILIOAD. ( " c
On widufterSaBdayNovenibtrlK. '
1896, trains will rnn as follows:
. WESTARD. . r r
Way Passenger, leaves Pbiladelnl,!. V
80 b. m; Harnsbnrg 8 90 a. B: DI 1 JTvA
n 8 85 a. m; New Part 9 65 a. . t
uarwerd 21 .
rJ lMiFsW SDH r llimUUTir Krn...
w f I ti:Ai.t
Philadelphia at 8.30 a. m : KarrUhn I-
lerstown 10 a. n
. - rrt a
a. m; l uscarora o a. m; Kexico I aa is?
m; Port Royal t 44 a. as: Miltlia I si flf
m. ro; McVevtown 10 38 a. m; if."' -I
Hamilton 11 06 a. n; Mount Union Ii
b. m; Hnatingd.n 1 1 33 p. m; Tyrana 12 2 I
p. an; Altoona 1 00 p. n; Pittsburg. 5 .
11.46 a. m-Mifflia 12.67 p m., LawiJ? Z
1.13 p. m.; Huntingdon 2.06 p. m. r'r ) i
2.46 p. m : Alteena 8.15 B. . m.t.7! i
7 00 p.m. ' "";H.
Altoona Accommodation leaves Htrri V 'l
burg at 6 00 p. hi; Dnncannen 6 34 ' J 4
Newport 6 02 p. tn; Willerstown 6 n, Z I
Tbotrpsontewn 6 21 p. ra; Tuscarora at? j
p. .... - r "m . un nsrat 11.
p. m; Mifflin 6 43 p. m; Denholm 4S !
Lewiatown 7 7 p. hi; AfcVevtown 7 jo?
m; Newton Hamilton 7 60 p.' m. Huh:
doa 8 20 p. a.; Tyr.ne 9 62 p. ,
9 35 p. nv
Pacific Express leaves Philadelphia .1
1 20 p. Harrisbur 3 16 a. m;
V le 8 24 a. m; Dnncannea 8 S3 a. m- N
put 3 59 a, B, Port Royal 4 31 a. nV Hif!
Hie 4 87 a. m; Lewistown 4 58 a. nl- Mc'.
Vet town 5 20 a. m; Huntingdon bs a.
ro; Tvrono 0 55 a. m; Altoona 7 40 a
Pittsburg 12 10 p. m. '
Oyster Express leaves Philadelphia at 4
85 p sa; Baniabnrg at 10 20 p. ,. Kewnn
11 06 p. m; Mirtlin 11 4V p. m; Lewi,to
12 68 a. n; Huntingdon:i2 55 a. m . t.....
1 32 a m; Alteena 2 00 a. m; Pittsburg 630
Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 2S n
m; Harrriabnrg 3 60 p. m; Duncanon 4 15
p. m; Newport 4 35 p. m; Mifflin 5 07 p.m j
Lewistewn 6 27 p. in; Mount (Jaisa 08 b
ra; Hontingdon 6 27 p. m; Tyrone 7 64 j
tn; Altoona 7 40 p. ra; Pittsburg n 38
Huntingdon Accommodation leaves Al.
toona at 6 M0 a. ni; Tyrone 5 28 a m; lluntT
ingdon 6 4J a. m; Newton Hamilten is 04
a. m; McVeylown 6 2i a. m; Lewistowa
6 42 a. m; MifHin 7 01 a. in; Port Royal
7 06 a. w; Mexico 7 0J a. ra; Thompwn.
town 7 22 a. in; Millerstown 7 21 a. si
Newport 7 40 a. ni; Bnncaunon 8 07 a ou
Oarrisburg 8 4'J a. !'.
Sea Shore leaves Pitttsbnrg 3 IU a ta:
AltooBa 7 15 a m; Tyrone 7 48 1 m; Hunt
ingdon 8 80 a re; McVevtown 9 15 am;
Lcwistnwo 9 35 a m; Mifflin 9 55 a m;
Port Roya! 9 59 a m; Thouipsontowa 10 14
Millerstown 10 22 am; Newport 1622 a m;
Duncannon 10 54 a m; Mirysvilla 11 07 a
m; Harrisburg 1 1 25 a m; Philadelphia 3 06
tiain Line Express leaves FittsuHrg at
8 00 a. ro; Altoona 11 40 a. in; Tyrona 12
03 b. m; Huntingdon 12 j p, n; Lewis
town 1 33 p. m; ilitflin 1 50 p. ni; Unrrii
burg 3 10 p. m; Baltimore 6 0 p. m; Wash
ington 7 15 p. aa; Phila1e!pbia 6 23 p. nu
New Tork 9 23 p. m
Mail leaves Altoona at 2 10 p. m, Tyroaa
2 45 p. 10, Huntingdon 3 28 p m; Newton
Hamilton 2 63 p. n-; McVevtown 4 20 p.m;
Lewistown 4 45 p. 31; Miiilia 5 10 p. m.
Port Royal 5 15 p. tn; .Mexico 5 20 p. m;
Thomrsontown 5 S3 p. m; Killirtawn 543
p. m; Newport 5 54 p. ni; DiiRcinnoa 8 23
p. ni; Iiarrikburg 7 00 p, m.
Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 1 90 p.
in; Altoona 6 05 p. m; Tyrone 6 37 p mj
Huntingdon 7 20 p.m; McVevtown i 04 p,
ro; Lewistown 8 2i p ro; f:31in 8 47 pm;
Port Royal 8 52 p. m; Millerstcwo 9 16 p,
m; Newport 9 26 p. m; Puucannon 9 SO p.
m; Harrisburg 10 20 p. m.
Philadelphia Express Icv?s Pittsburif at
4 80 p. m; Alinons 9 05 p. m; Tyrone 9 tt
p. n; Huntiiigdon 19 12 p. rn; Mount Un.
ion 10 ZZ p. 111; Lewistown 11 16 p.m; Hif.
Hin 11 37 p. ro; Harrisbnrc 1 00 a. m; Fbii
adelpbia 4 30 New York 7 33 a. ra.
Trains tor bunbury at 7 3'. a. ra. end S 15'
p. ro., leave Sunbury for Lewistown 10 05
l. ni. and 2 25 p. ra ; lor Milrov 6 20 s. m.
a. ni. ana A 15 p. m.. week jays.
Trains leave for Bellefonte and Lock
Haven at 8 10 a. 13., 3 34 ana 7 25 p. m.
leave Lock Haven tor Tyrone 4 30, 9 10 p
ni. rnrt 4 15 p. ro.
TYRONE AND CLEAUKIELD R. It.
Trains leave Tyrone for Clearlield and
Curwensviile at 8 10 a. m.. 12.3'. and 7 3ft
p in., leav Curwensviile ior Tyrona at 4 39
a. m., 9 15 acd 3 51 p ni.
For, rains, maps, etc., call sn Ticket
Agent.', or address, Tbos E. Watt, P.
A. W. D., 360 Fifth Avenue, Pitts,
J. H. Hutchison, J. R. Wood,
Gec'l Manager. Gea'l Pass. Agt
.VIEWPORT AND SKKRMAX'S VAL
1 v ley Railroad Company. Time table
of passenger train, in effect on Monday,
May 18th, 1886. - .
STATION3. West- East
6 G5 10 85:
6 0X 10 38
12 10 4-'!
6 15 iO 45
6 25 10 52,
6 22 11 01
6 3111 t9
6 3911 09!
C 51 11 211
54 11 21!
7 Oo 11 o;
7 Ull 41
7 15 II 45!
7 2! 11 611
7 27'11 67
7 35; 12 05
7 41;12 ll
7 45;12 15;
8 23 j
juu::ta rurnjee ...
n abneta .........
8 Ml 3 88
8 ; 8 32
Fort Kobcsoa .....
Mount Pleasant .
New Gerroant'n ...
D. (JRING, Prosil.i-st ral Vlmager
C. o.. Mi-lkr, General Agent.
SIek Headaehe and relieve all tbe trouble foot,
dent to a WMous state of the aj stem, suoh as
tnainess, haijwa. Drongiaeas. Distross attar
remarkabla success has been shown iu curing
Headache, yet Caktcr's Lima Uvbb Piua
are eqiie.ll.r .valuable in Constipation, curing
- r wtuovhik VUlliniM
Rtluiulate tho ltrr and rectflai tfa I
KvJan iP rhnsr a.I. B 1
- w-vj vsaiw tiUlTfll
Ache they would he almost priceless to ttinaw
who nifTer from this diarreaatna; eoaaplaJaai
Jj!0' S5? th.y wh once try them wW find
these little pills valuable in ao rnanr wars t
23T.2i "?' feTJK 10 QO without thasiT
Bat after all aick bead
ta the bane of so many lire tfat here wheat)
v,abtbb a uttlb Ijvra Pills are v.
and very easy to take. Oneorfon
does. They are strietlv n.i.iU
not gripe or purge, but by their geutle
r-r SLW"? "em. in vials at 11 saw,
nve for $1 Sold everywhere, ar sent by eal
CAsm Kz:icm co, vv To.
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