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WEOTESDAT. MAY 19, IH!7.
B. F. SCHWEIBR
(DiroK asd rionuTot.
The six powers of Europe want to
handle the finance f.,r Grceoo when
she settles with Turkey.
The moral affect of Europe's fail
ure to support Greece will be felt bv
ad by more thaT at this tiiaa.
It is estimated that frost in Prance
last week, euU'U a loss of orer 4 mil
lion dollars on vegetable and frtrt
Tcrkey demands fifty million dol
lars and the State of Tbessaty from
Grceee as the terms upon wbisa eho
will settle the war question.
South Australia was go badiv
nakea Sv an earth auata lf v
thut - If.., J
....... t,,e .en lue l0WD8 nnl ilvea
in fields under tents male of what-o.
ever muh De used as a cjv?ring.
TiiST Tlinro 1 i If. . r .
Ajarnara, ui :de another 12 miles trip
"" as .uasnvillp, Teanos-
see. ue can steer the ship right or ir-ft
iu ugni wmj and he sailed direct-
ijr iow or ajrainfct a wind that b!-w
t me rate of eight miles on hoar.
T'ww T . nr J 7 . I i.v .
fc,3,MUi0 jjitissu me liiiter
narce tax law, placing a tax of two
per cent, on personal estate cf heirs
mi personal estate inheritance under
nvc thousand dollirs is ev.mr,r Tt. ;
estimated thst the jew law will raise
k tiian a million dollars a rear.
There is n big; fianncial sc.bemt be
inpr placise J in New York with a Cap
ital if one hundred million dollars
with the privilege cf doiuff a two
billion dollar business to be bisej on
Government control to loan monc-y
to farmers in tho west and south at a
low rate of interest.
Pbesidest aIcKixlet oa MoutUy,
sent a special message to C'ongre.-s,
asking an appropriation of fiftthoa
sand dollars for tlis relief of six to
eight buuJred American citizens on
the island of Cuba, who are in desti
tute aDd suffering circumstances on
account of the Cuban insurrection.
The unveilinp of the Washington
monument in Fairinuutit Park, Phil
adelphia, was an event that produced
a grest parade and a holiday crowd
on Saturday. The monument 13 a
gift to the city by the Socit-ty of
Cincinnati, a society made un of ila-
cendanti of pjople," who took part in
the revolution of 1776.
The name of the new Domocriiic
United States Senator fr im Florida,
is Stephen It Mallory. His election
rankts the Republican opposition in
the Senate 45 vottes, to 4-1 Republican
rtes, cad that is a doubtful signal for
the psssage of Republican tnrTff Hws
to tftkf) the placo of the Cleveland
tariff laws nadc-r which tint business
has been wrcckel.
The United Siaies Sanate flies the
Jaeger signal to t'-ie pas3sro t,f a Re
publican tariff law. Tho times can
not get better to acv great degree
with the Cleveland-VVikon tariff in-,
in operation as it now ia in oper,: I i, r.
jua ioe oenat now 6tands with al
the opposition united tba Republi
cans have 44 rotes and the opposi
tiou Lave 45 votes. Uale-ss soma of
the opposition come c vor to the Re
publican side, the tariff re vision t-loDg
Republican lines must prove a fair
Tire. Democrats at Washington are ci
vided on the Cleveland tariff law as
embodied in the Wilson tariff set. It
is clear that the Wilson act has not
brought in enough reveaae to run
the Government .Every leading
Democrat knows that fact, and that
fact is turning the leaders from the
Cleveland Wilson low tariff law. The
Cleveland tariff laws are still in op
eration and until they arc repcalo d,
times cannot improve, and after they
have been repealed, it will be mouths
before tho country can recover itseif
from the depressed condition in
which it now flounders.
. Newton Hamilton Watchman, May
13: D. 8. Drake of Huntingdon was
in town on Saturday last, nnd with
the assistance of S. M. Craif , they
put up a telephote line ficm the
Presbj terir.u church to tbe home of
Mis' Huldah Wharton, who bus been
eoEfined to her bed since last Ajgust
with rheumatism. She can now hear
the preaching services very distinct
ly and enjoys it very much. The first
Bermoc ehe heard was the one at the
funeral services of B. A. Sigler.
Car Robbers Caught
Last webk a gang of car robbers,
who Lave been robbing freight cars
the past twa years along the Fall
Brook Railroad in Potter and Tioga
counties, were caught. At a hearing
on the 12th of May it was learned the
robberies from the cars had been car
ried on with the aid of rope ladders.
These were suspended over tbe sides
of tbe cars while the train was in mo
tion, and in this way mrn on tho
ladders could force the car doors
and tumble out the goods at Pino
Bottom, an isolated point on the
A detective visited the rendezvous
of the "Button gang" in the gtrso of
lumber camp peddler. He was
suown great stacks of goods tbat I
'ari io sen nun, tne Uuttons
doclaring that it was their business
to nt out pack peddlers
Seven houses were searched bvtbe
otneers. and m nearly nil cf them
tolen goods were fonnd.
J.ns prisoners are a queer looking
t. They wear their hair Ion"', have
odd shaped caps and are decidedly
uncouth. A large amount of stolen
goods sold by tbe Bnttons was locat
ed m the store of a lumber camp on
Pine Bjttom Run.
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PARLIAMENT AND THE TURF.
A Cm la Which m Government Was AI
moat Overthrown by Ascot.
Five cr fix years uro an astute Rad
ical, Mr. Saiuncl Storrr, with charac
teristic warmer, very nearly caasbt
the government of the day tripping. He
had been "left Epeaking" 011 a Tuesday
night in Jane and announced his in
tention to continue his re warts on a
rather exhaustive scale npou the follow
ing Thursday, when the debate was to
be resumed. This was jast wlutt a num
ber of Tjhiol'I-sj gciitlvniiis v anted, for
it happened that a little "cv lit" known
as the Gold Cop was to l,c t'.wided that
afternoon at Asc t, and, much as it
grieved tbtm to j;:i2i the e.'oqncrce cf
Air. Storey, they were bound to chocso
between the two attraction?, fc'o pcrs:
bly with grieved heart:-, and nJw ptsi
hly not they hied them to the royal
hcr.th in comfort mil ccntcntnjent.
On returning they "looked iu" to the
horse of ecniincns to Ea tvcrytliiucr
was all right and found thut everything
had been nil vronjt For tl.e fugacious
Srmderlatid Hcclierd, havii-.g glaneed
around him c;;d Li held the 1 overty cf
the hiiul, thcr.f.fct thut his own voids
.night Le silvern, fcnt a diviMHi wcnld
be fjolden. Accordingly he stated bis
inteution net to iudcie iu furt!;er crit
ieimi, and ln-Uni the few Unionists
cenld recover from their amazrnient or
pnt np a man to talk against time nntil
the Asrct vieitois returned a division
A few of tho "early binls," having
missed the bust race iu order to reach
Westminster as f-perdily as posriible,
drove into Falnco yp.nl as tho leatiier
lunged policemen were rbenting " 'Vi
sion!" The drer.d wcrd, bcrno 011 the
summer breeze, told its own talo. Into
tho lobby they raslicd like n-admen,
jost iu time to e.;vc tho government
from r.u awkward defeat, iir. rto:ry,
t!ic-jgh net a sptrtir i"-!Cj smiled
swedly. lie h:;d Ln-n done ly "eiily a
short head." And he would have wtu
ally won if a cczt n l;o:e racing lovers
cf his own side cf polities fcr.tl i:ot al-o
abjured Westminster for the p'caant
plain ef E'.rkrhire. Thns was llr. Stor
ey prevented from briugiug off a glori
Ti e incral cf the t-i!e is the fullihil
ity cf huv.mu ustnre even Radical hu
man nature "The Cap" begat Mr.
Storey's feurfnt hopn t,t "n corp." and
he vtiy nearly Faceere.eti in bringing it
off. Since that t:::e the puify "whiiis"
have marked the A sect Thursday with
a bhxk mark cud taken heed unto their
By wry ef rcvenpo it was the A:.xot
Frid::y which iH-bedy treabled to
thik atevtt th;;t ini;;ed the Koscbrry
goveruiaeiit in leOo. Lie u went aw:;y
to see the raeiug, and cti returning to
town foniiil, whoa dining at the cir.h,
that r.n aitb-ut la;:d e.f oxtute (lipK;iuftt
iets had hiillfally upplitl over Wr l'eu-
ry v.ai!ipL'e:l-15auuer!n:i:i, tim wr.r i:i:u
ister, cu the ccn paiatively insigufficaat
question 01 ccrtite. It 1.1 a linrd thing,
after a"bl::ck week iu t acking iicrsep,
for a poorltgiElidcr to find hin:tielf far.;
to face with the tr;ners cf a general
election. London Tei graph.
The t'lntli t ? Currency Tii. Aro f fd by
Tha of Kr.rhmd nt;! i.i 5 inches
by 8 iu dimensiori.s ami in printed iu
blaet i;.!: on Iri.-h lit en water lined pa
per, rly.v.i v.bi
The ur.to.i ft tl:
, wiiii ragged cdgesi. 1
Bai-.quo do France are
fiisnof; v:.:t3 water li:icrl paper, r ritit
cd in l ino i:i:d blaci-, v. iih numiToun
inytholoi' . and aiie;.iieal pictures,
and rci:i:ii.;j in denrmiuuiion frcm tho
25 franc liofj to the 1,0'jO franc, t-outh
American currency, iu n:cst eecittries.
is blicnii tlin Fiz'j ai.ct r.ppcaiiiuco i;t
Aiuerieau bills, c-rccpt that cinnamon
brown and slate t!r.e ere the prevailing
colors an l th:;t 'puiieii aud Vcrtiifcuese
are the prevailinir Ismcnagts c:ifraved
on tho face.
The fir-rm.iu crrrcr.cr is rather nr
tistiL'. T!.e bills are printed in frceu
and U.xL. They tkh i:i c:t iicciiLSitica.1
fioni S to l.ttO marks. These latter
bills are printed on : filer paper.
The Cbi'-:e?c pr.pir eurr :.; y it: in led,
white Kiid vellcw, v. ill: j;iit h tteiiLg
and pirecns lii'.'u h:in;i drawn devices.
The bills, to the (r.iii.uv fj;:,jj;ci r,
mibt p;s ier vt;?!:i: -3 bill.--, but they
are v.ci'.h jitoil mcuc-y in tbe tiov.evy
Kingdom. Italian notes are cf nil sizes,
shup'.s a"d colors. The t.r.;:illcr bills, C
and 10 lire nuK.s, are. printed on whito
paper in pink, blue and carmine inks
and ornamented with a finely engraved
vifrui-tte cf King Ilcmbrrt.
The 100 ruble note e.f liussia is b aired
from top 10 bottom with ail the colors
of the rainbow, blended as when shown
through a prism. Iu the center, in bold
relit 1, staneis a large, finely execud
vignette of the Kmpress Catheriue L
This is in black. Tho other engraving is
not at all intricate or elaborate, but is
well done in dark and light brown and
black inks. The Australian bill is print
ed on light colored thick paper which
shows none of tho silk fiber marks or
gbometrio lines used In American cur
rency as a protection against counter
feiting. Golden Days.
Washington Pnszlca Illm.
"I have found my way across pathless
prairies where I bad never been before.
aud even through tho tangled mazes cf
a chaparral thicket, without getting
lost, but I never come to a strango city
without getting absolutely bewildered,"
said Mr. H. AL Barker of New JJexico.
"I have beea to Washington at least a
dozen times in the past three years, and
yet it is just as strange to me now, aft
er a sojonrn of two weeks, as it was the
first time I ever set foot in the district
If I get one block away from my hotel I
lose my reckoning, and I find myself
wondering continually whether I am
going toward the capitol or in tho di
rection of tho treasury. I get sore with
myself for being so slow to find my
bearings, but I bear other men owning
up to tho same difficulty. It certainly
ia queer that there should bo such a
difference between people, for I know
plenty of men that can go anywhere
they ehooso in a city a few hours after
landing in it, but take them cut into
the country, and they would get lost
like tbe babes in the woods " Wash
A Remarkable Portrait.
pope has received, through the
Countess Maria Festetics, maid of hon-
or to tne empress or Austria, a some-
what remarkable portrait of tbe Em
peror Francis Joseph. It is wrought in
silk and cotton, and its production in
volved an enormous amount of labor
and expense, the effect of light and
shade being produced by only two colors.
The factory from which it comes is the
famous oue cf Werustadt, iu Bohemia.
The portrait, which Leo XIII is having
placed in his library, received a gold
medal at the Chicago World's fair.
It has been discovered that to bury a
man up to his neck in wet sand is a
practically certain cure for apparent
death frcm an electric 3bock.
The man who has not passionate lo
cal attachments can never become pa
triotic in any tro?d cr generous sense.
BllfiKntewa Illsb School
the Mifflir.iowE High School were ush
ered in on the evening of tbe 13tb,
amidst encouraging surroundings.
A large ord appreciative audiecc,
mnsie, flowers and brillant light.
xce graauaimtr class cam 3 in
through the door tbat was arched
with tho motto, "From School lVf..!,"
acd when it filed out out of tbe room
a'ter the glory of the exercises it
psseed out of ibe other door oie-
which was arched the motto, "Into;
Life's School.' Professor Gorlrtert
appemed nt bis beat and tbe gradu
ates acel all 1 he participants played
tki-:r part iu tbe closing cxtrcises of
tlien.fcscf 1S97 -Aitii remaikab'.e
Rev. W. H. Fabs of the L-itheran
churcjj led in prsyer.
Wary W. Oramsr tbe 6rst
speaker. Silutatorr, 'Boeks as
Her greeting rp?cch
was well said end npprcpriite and
from it rbe nicely gbded into' tl e
fcubject cf companioB6h;p of people,
and tbenca into the esthetic sebjee
of 1 he con'jianionuhip of books.
John b tifaybill was the second
speaker. Hii. ubject was the "Ke.y.
stone Stat,'' wbic'j be prasettvd in a
msuner 1 epreeentativa c-f a tme
Guv IT. Auker came third wi;b a
lea ! ! i.iAiur.ft rta.-a liiirtAi-i . ' 1 i r".V 1
;i . i i j n j I ii"
KJl UjrBLB HUUIi:U Uttvl piHUJ 111 IUU
archives cf the Mifflintown High!
School, after which there ws a lull !
to give the Irwin Orchestra time to'
get in two etep music, that made tho .
veteran dancers in the audience fee' ;
like taking a two step in the jubiiee
in honor of the closing hours of tii3
voun.T Tjeo'do'a celmnl dnn.
J$yd S- Jrgy was tho 4t,h speak -
er atci un snnitc; wsp: 'itio xsuiM, ..
Juni&ta." llo began with the mout
of the 1. 1 re a in on the shores of tbe j
S.'snucfcacna and traced it thence to
its source in ibe back bone of the
Allegheny mour.tnin and closed with
a recitation of Mrs. M. D. Sullivan's
famous poem, ''Bright Alfarata."
Charles V. Noble was the fifth
speaker. His handling of the subject:
"The Dignity of Labor," clearly in-d-cates
that be has caught the true
idea of thu digcity of labor ia its
bioadest sense, and that tbe happi
nt ss and prosperity of every depart
msnt of life depends upon labor, and !
that tbe most iiksome tbing in life is!
Vabf l L. Wir-kersham was ibe ;
sixth speaker and her '-Class propb-!
ecy was admirably rendered. She
diew aside the veil that hides the fu i
tur, and preaenUd her clnss-mafes j
r.t OT th,. 1 !..
yx . vuvj ,Uiu
her on tLo stage or 1 attire Dusmcps
Posrl XL Aumnn was tbe stven'h
speaker, and in additssicg bersflf tc
the subject of tbeclar-s motto: ''Frois
School liif) into Lif's School," she
addressed herself in an iinpic-ssire
insurer to that of "Transferring
Betty W. Haver was the eighth
j speaker with (he "Response forcings
of 'Jo. which w3 r.icpiv done,
y done, with
aa evoid'inc of crest protoise, arid
aa encouragement, for them a'l to
wait (ill nest commencement, and
tLen leurn what tho chis of '93 !-
J. Ronald Allison was tbe ninth
speaker with "Class Statistics," for
his s'ibject. Ms went into a m:nuff
account of tho work of 'he cImsc; the
sizo of the claps; its weight, length,
breadth, and eizs of its understand
ir.g. I'. was a bright speech ami wbs
revived with uproarious applause.
Bssi. M. Hnckenb?rier ws tbe
last sp6sker. "Wedietory, "After
School, What?" The young lady
!o- ked tired when sbe Srst came to
the front, but she soou lecovered
bers'lf and played ber part in amau
ner becoming in evpr' wxy, the first
honor membsr of the class of '97.
Professor Gortner delivered an ad
dreps, reviewing tha work of the
School and emphasizing the need of a
change in the manner of elimina
tion of pupils. Dr. L. P. WVdey
presented tho diplomas. Lottie
Nobis presented flowers to each
member cf tbe graduating clas?, after
which the benediction was pronounc
ed by Rev. W. H. Fabs, and all the
audience that had access to the
north aisle of tli9 room filed past the
graduates and extended cougratula
Two negro girls Amaoda Franks.
sued 19 and Mollie Smith, cged 13
years, were lynched at a place railed
Jeff in Alabama, on the night of the
11th of May, for having poisoned 14
persons of the household people of
Joshua A. Kelly. The gir'.u confess
ed the dreadful crime. They put
poison in coffee, m bread and bis
cuits ana other victuals, ine giris
bad been lodged in Huntsville jail.
An hour before daylight on the abov
dste twenty masked men, heavily
armed broke into the room in which
the prisoners were held, aud over
powering the siugle gU'ird, placed
the girls on horses and led them
hurriedly out of town.
A mile away, ropos were fastened
about the necks of the prisoners,
who, it is said,' fought furiously for
their lives. Strong arms quickly ever-powered
them, and soon their firms
and feet were securely tied.
Then the helpless creatures, it is
said, begged piteously for mercy, but
iu response to their screams and
pleadings, handkerchiefs were stuff
ed into their mouths and as quickly
es possible the other ends of the
ropes were made fast to tbe limb of
a big oak tree, which stands on the
edge of the woods, twenty feet from
Without prayer and without a mo
ment of unnecessary delay, the
horses were driven from under the
helpless girls and the two bodies
were left writhing anl dangling in
the air. Neither victim had her neck
broken. Both strangled to death.
The lynchers dispersed quietly,
and, as usual are nnknown. Tbe lat
est from Jeff to-night says that more
hangings are expected to follow.
Jennie Bur well, a aegress, a friend
of the dead girls, says tbat she knew
that Mollie Smith and Amanda
Franks were poisoning tbe Kellys,
bnt did not dare to tell on them
She may be lynched.
The suspected instigator of the
crime, the negro who was d.schar t J
j r in the einpbiy of Ktlly, nd who
jdTenec to wreak y-jngiince up n tie
of family for bis treatment is tawed
Wiib-iiiiH A nosse i after him. ncd
if caugbt ! e is sure to die. -
'J he ci'-izans of Jeff aro aroustd to
a high pitch cf txcitement aud open
threats are make tbat every negro
connected with the poisoning will be
! ,ync,!:d ns as bis gutlt is proved
, lue rro PPultioa lepanic stnek
tn and the t ffic-rs of the law seem
LANGUAGE OF CRIME.
THE ARGOT OF PARIS AND THE '
TER" OF LONDON.
Thieves n&va Speebtl Worla to Ecpmn
Stealing; of Kvcrr Kind Material
Changes Ttt Plac Every Two or
The language of criminals tho orpot
of Paris, the "patter" of London has
been carefully investigated by nnmer
on.i writers, with very variant results.
found it n
irs origin is rtimcclt to exn'uin.
say muny authors, have
necessary to adopt a rcchiiftal
! language for their own protection, that
they may bo ablo to converse in pnblio
; without being understood. "They have
; been ferce-d to do this and have made a
language us Biuister aud as vile as tbem-
j selves." This theory cannot be admit
ted. CerUdnlv tho unrot is Rinister and
vile and thoroughly rer.rcMntative c:f
" tiu.- iniii
uses it, but further than
this wo cannot go.
Tho theory that tho use of this dialect
is of any assistance to the criminal is
inadmissible. Host policemen and all
prison officers know this slang, some
times better than the thieves. To speak
j it in the hearing of a detective ia to iu-
! vitc arrest; to speak it in the presence
i 01 tiie general public woald arouse sns
! v""""ui'raciuirenMon two tilings
cf the Saute prison in Paris has given
I an explanation which has at least noth
j Ing to contradict it: Tho persons en
gagm in every trade form a species of
dialect or technical phraseology which
ia spoken and understood only by them
selves. Criminals, who practice a trade
as old as any, have gradually acquired
a language more adapted to their wants.
more in keeping with their ideas and
thoughts. Miserable, heartless, engaged
in a perpetual struggle against moral
ity, law and decency, they havo ac
quired a lar.gnage of debased words aud
cynical metaphors, a language of abbre
viated expressions and obscene syno
Tills dialect has mutilated tho mother
tongue. It has also borrowed liberally
from ether languages, but without moth
od or etymology. Criminals are not
grammarians. Neither are they lin
guists, and at first sight it would seem
eft"" -1 t-ll tV.fif tltov- 1 .1 . - 1 ..
. " J '
from other countries. Wo will find.
however, that in anyprisou the percent
age cr inmates cf foreign birth will be
large. Iu America it Is about 18 per
cent. A loreign expression which seems
! apt cr an improvement on the one in
present use is rapidly diffused through
theprifcu. In cases where it iseepecial-
ly descriptive it may become permanent.
but its life is usually short. The argot
I ii mo crime ciu-ss cnanges materially
j every two or three years. It is ephem
j eral, as shifting as its users. Victor
Hugo exaggerates only slightly when ho
says, "The argot changes more in ten
years than the language does iu ton cen
turies." Thus in tho last three years
thx hnve Immu three different terms
for watch "super," "thimble" and
"yellow and wbito" each of which
was in its turn the only one used.
Every writer on the subject has no
ticed that the arijot is rich in expres
sions to delicto certain common actions.
This is a pcrliarity shared by all primi
tive languii;:c.- the only difference being
in the select:--:! of the common acts.
Thus In Sanskrit there are nearly 100
roots which t rpre-ss tho idea of killing
or wounding, without counting second
ary derivations. Some of these roots aro
embodied in our language today. In tho
dialect of the thieves there are nearly
100 expressions to signify theft. It was
necessary for the pickpocket to describe
the various pockets ia a man's clothing
and in a woman s dress. Tho avcrago
man does not often need to ppecify a
particular pocket. When ho does, he
lays his hand ou it to a.-sist the poverty
of his language. The thief has a separate-
nanio for each separate pocket.
But in Fpiin of this richness in syn
onyms, which is in itself a marked sign
of dogencrary, f r the tendency of a
language is to eliminate its rynonyma,
giving to e:ich a different shade cf
meaning, the argot is a peer language.
It has rot a eicglo expression for ab
stract emotion. To attempt to render a
philosophic thought, a moral emotion, a
synthetic or aesthetic idea into tho dia
lect of tho tl.ii f would be like attempt
ing to translate "electricity" cr "steasi
engine" into Latin. It is iinporsifciu be
cause the words do net csisr. ,'i'hrv are
not needed. Tho criminal has no more
cui.cipiicn 01 ausiract cmotiou Uiuu a
blind man has of color.
A fact which tlccs net mem to cllv
the ergot to a primitive language is its
ability to form additional wertis from
its own resources, a power cf relf de
velopment which we find in tho old
Anglo-Saxon, and especially in the Ger
man of today. This trait is the more
striking as it seems in direct contradic
tion to tho impotence cf the English
language in this respect The English
Las little formative power. It relies on
the Greek and Latin . languages lor the
extension cf its vocabulary. A. T. B.
Crottou in I'opnlar Science Monthly.
Klvala X'or Fame.
"I'm going to iutrccicce a bill," tlo
cliircd tho firm legislator, "proliibitiiig
uuy and nil ptrsciis frciii going up iu a
"There's wbrre jou show your lack
of statesiuuiiKliip," stecn'a the seouud
lpfjilutor. "ily bill will niiiko it au
oifenso pauisbablo Ly fin? aud irnpris
ouiiiciit to fall out cf a bullccu." De
troit Free Prt-ES.
A faniocs Suctch c.cau used to tell a
ghest storj-, 11 o cltv to which is iu the
qaestiou, "YVcel, niaistcr glniist, is this
general rising or are ye just taking a
iuunder frae ycr grave by yersolf?"
Katnie is an arrant democrat and be
llows her gifts impartially. Mrs. C
His Fall Inc.
An Euglish rector in an Uftrlcaltnral
pnrish fonnd his own sermons accepta
ble cnongh to his congregation, bnt not
so those of his assistant
"Why don't yon come to hear Mr.
Jones?" ho said to the leading fnrmer.
"He's an excellent fellow and preaches
far better than I da "
"That may be, sir," was the grave
rejoinder, "bnt we've been inquiring
and inquiring about your curate, and
we can't find as he's Rot any property,
and we don't like to be told of our sins
by a person as hasn't ant no mnirtt '
Strand Magazine. -
asy to Take
asy to Operate
Are features peculiar to flood's Pitts. Small In
sire, tasteless, efflcient, thorough. As one man
salil: Von never !;i:ow yo-i
Iti-c t.ikena pill t!'J It is a!!
over." 2f. C L Hood Co.,
Proprietors. Lowell, Mass.
The only pills to ti-Ue with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Notice s hereby given tht the nnder
Mgnu'l will apply to the Senate and House
ol JieprecanUtivea of PeansrWania for the
repeal of an act antitUd. An act requiring
the iiwners and renters of lands in back
township, Juniata county, to keep and
maintain ufti:int fences around tbair an
c'oiure. Approved, tho TwcntT-fifth day
of Uaj Jnvc Domini ono thousand e ifht
Dmiara and aventy-oae
T. S. Moorebead,
T. N. Carutbera.
J. J. CUrtson,
J. M. Swales.
Irria P. CUri.
Jao. U. Blair,
B. W. Paraoa.
J. B. f urgeson
or atplicatioii fob. a chabtbi.
In thn Court ol Conioioo Pleas for the
County ot Juniatj.
Netico is hereby given that an applica
tion will bo made to the said court (or a
law jad jo thereof) on tb airbill dsv of
Jnnc, 1807. at 10 o'clock A. M., under tho
'Act to provida for the incorporation and
r gu'ation of cvrtain corporationa," ap
proved Apiil 29, 1874, and ita inppleoents,
fcvjoit-pta W. Stimmll. Wra. C. Pomaroy,
George T. Kepner iDd othen. for thechar
tt r of aa intended corporatism to be called
thts Airr Vtear Arinpmr 1 tMol.tlnii ha
character and object of which ia toanKbliah
n iridani fnr tb.a .,..; .
in the Boranch of Pert Hov.i Bud for
t ee rurpotet to hav. caiseaa and oniov
an hij rizois, Dneaia and onvilucreg con'
frred by th.) aaid Act and its supplements
ATKiNses t Pksvell,
May 5. 1P97.
Th followir.g scale of prices for acnouce
merits bat heen muioally agreed npon by
tba undersigned and co deviation from the
uni will be made:
Register arid Kscorrfcr, $5; Sheriff, $5;
Seprrsentstire Delegate, fA; Chairman
County Committee, $3; Jury Cautniss
icarr $160. All additional cemmuoic
ttons rccomniKDri ire candidates will bj
charged 18 cenH per line for eich insertion.
Money in all csss to be paid it advance.
WH. M. ALLISON,
Editur Juniata Herald,
li. V. SCHSVKIER,
Editor Sbstinel as Rkpi7bi.icai.
HEGISTER AKD RECORDER.
llr Editor. ri annmiDC that 1 am
a randiftate for the offico ! Reiter and
Sfcorder. snbj-ct. to the rule tha tovern
tbe Fepr.htican pirty.
JOSEPH W. EVANS.'
Spruci Hill, Mtroh 17, 18S7.
Mr. Editor Plwuf anaenBce tbat I am
a candidate for tbe offico of Kigij-ti-r k. He.
cordT, suhiHct to thu ru!e that (rovern the
Itfj. ub'icao party.
ANSON B. T1LL.
MifTlintewn, March 25, 1S07.
Mr. Editor. Please anno nee that I am
a caB4idate for tba office of Reeister ant
Kroordcr, subject to til? rales that govrrn
ha Republican partv.
STILES K. BODEN.
Academia, UmcU ';7, 1SD7.
fr. Editor: P'os anvnncce that I am
s cfiiii!atQ Tor tttc itno ijl Ii;7iHtr
K-order, suujoct t tho rales that eovrn
tke Kepub'ican p-irjv.
J. CLaREVCE HOWES.
34ifBir,!own, March 27, l.37
r.aicvr: rws announce mat i ara
a curia ina: lor ine ctcce Kister and
Recorer, scbj:ct to the rules tbut govern
the Rt'pabltaac parry.
I'. S.ACEt, LEONARD.
Delaware township, Sa c'i 81.
ilr. Editor: Please annonncp tbt I am
a cand.datu f -r the office ofSlinritr. suhi ic
to the riil-s nd u,g-- t,r th Ri pnSlicn
P"ty. KF.SRTS. HKOffX.
Cocolamns, March, 2i , 897.
Mr. Editor. Pl snnonnca that I tm
a ondMate tor th office of Sheriff, suhjt-ct
t the rules ai d usages f the Repnblican
partr. K- B. ZIMHEKMAN,
O.kland, Ap 11 12.
Nr. .dilor. rieafi- annonnci that I am
a candidal for tlir uffi-c of Sheriff, subjict
to the riili s- ttat Severn the Krpuhlican
patty. JAsKS N. "KONINfiES.
Mr Editor Pleasr anne:itice tht I am
a candidate for the office or Chairman of
the Ri pui.Hcan Party, l Juniata cnaty.
subject to the r 1 es tbat eov.ra the liepub-
UAKKY C. HcGLLLLA.
JL'KY COMMISSION ER.
Mr Editor. Pi anseaoce that I a.it
a candidate tor the otfiso of Jary Comruis-
iunvr. suhject to the rules thst eorrm ihe
Kepnblicjo party. D. K- ULRICa.
Mr. 'Editor. Please announce tbst I ant
csxdidsto for the etttceof Jury Cummiss-
ensr, subject to tbe ru t iat corera the
WILLIAM Tl. BRUBAKER.
TbompsoBtowa, Pa., Uarch 31.
jar. cauar. rieae annouace mat 1 am
a candidate for the otlic of Jnrj Comrais.
siuncr, sunj.ct to tha rules that fiovera tho
East Watrrford, April 12, IS7.
Mr. Editor p:n" announce that I am
acanrfidxtu for thf office of Jur Comraiss
iener, subj'Ct to tbe r.-tVs thnt avrn tho
Kfpubiicaii party. SA11U-L AURAND.
Mr. Editor. t'li-ake nnnounco Jemus M.
Nelson as a CHiidi-tato for Rcp-ecntativ
Del'gaie to the Kppnhl:can Stan c nven-
100. Minject to the rulrs thnt pov-rn the
Kepnbltcan pjrtv. KEPTJBLI0ANS
MifflintowD, April 5tb, 1S!7.
3 Vftr WTSSSAi aad JSTaOTAl cse.
GENERATION AFTER GENERATsOilik
JhrfppHi on Sugar, Children Low It.
Snrr TMTeler Uoald ban a buuia of It In his swonav
Every S uffe re r l
RN&te DhthsrU. Oomth CatTk, Brbatlttl.
t-tbtaa, Cbolm Morbus, DUrrbon, LuneneM, hnm
In BmlT or Uubs. Stlir Joint. TorBtnina. will ailT
old Anodyne relut and ix-dr cam. Punrtif
Sold "mw't, Prtoe ets., hy mall. brXnia
Wo tbe undersigned Citissns of Janists
connty will apply to ths Oaneral Aaaembly
of Pennsylvania tor a special fence law.
B. E. Uoaas,
S. H. Kakboiph,
Nbal M. t5rcAT
The Connty Conimisaionera will receive
aaaled prnpoasla for tbe painting or trie
cn'side of tbe Court Bouse, up to J una 1st,
1897, at 2 o'clock. SpeciHcatiens can b
Men at tb Comaoissienera' Office, after
May 25tb, 1897. Tbe rigfit is reserved to
rtjfet any and all bida.
By order of the Commissioners.
H. C. Kentn,
May 18, 1897.
Notice ii bcrchy given that tho fobowing
accona'a have bean Bled in tho Protfcono
tarr'a Office of Juniata connty and tho
same will be rrrsntrt tor confirmation
and allowance tt th Court of Common
Pleas of Juniata connty, en Tusday, tho
th day f Jane, A. D., 1P97, when and
where all per ions interested may attend if
tbey think propsr.
lat. Tho first and final account of K. M.
flray. Commit! of Clurl W. Ktmaey,
2nd. Tho firnt ad fl-ial account of F. M.
M. Penoe!!, Asiijoes ia trust for the b2n--H:
of the creditors of Allan U. Kopponht-f-fr
of Formaasgh township.
Protbocotury'a Oflire, 1
Miftiintewn. ra. W. U. Zeidebk,
May 10, 18?7. S ProrVy
Notice ia hereby firen that the following
. I named persona hava tiled their accannta in
! ,he Keg"tcr's Offico of Jnniata count,
! roi.naylvsnia, and tho asm will bo yre
i semc i or comnrmai inn una a low
Orphan's Court, to ho held at Hifltmtown,
Pa., on Tuesdav, tbcSth day of June, A.
D., 1897, at 9 o'clock A. M.
1st. Tho First aad Fienl-scconnt el J. M.
Blair, gnanlian of Howard YT. Allison, mi
ser child of Samuel Allison, late of Lack
township, Juniata county, deceased.
2nd. Tbe First and Final a eoont of
James Goodling, admicig'ntor of Samuel
Oeod ling, late of Slirqqebtana township,
deceased. Keller, Att'y.
3rd. Tbe First and Final account of Jo
liab GiREricB, Executor of the last will and
testament of Eva Ankur, lle of Walttcr
township, deceased. Uuopes, Att'y.
4tb. The Kirsr and Final accouat of W.
S. Lescb, Fxecu'or of the las' will and tes
tament ot Wiiliara L ach, late of Jieale
township, decased Keller, Att'y.
6th. The First and Final account of
James M. Tennis, admin: 'a'r of John W.
Honghawout, Ime of Fare'te townshrp,
deceased. Ka'ler, Att'r.
8ih. The First tnd Fi-ial account of Jos
eph Sieber. Kxscntor of tho Inst will and;
testament of Barbara App. lite of Susque
hanna township, deceased'.
AtR'Bsoa t Pennell, Att'ye.
7th TUo account ol J. C. Craalord,
gusrdiaa of Tiirrifgabcl Davenport, a mi
nor child of Marlha E. Pavci.part, late of
Besle twpcliip, Jnniata conctr. Pennsvl-
deceased, aa prHsentcd hv N. J
j Crawford aad J Howard Neoly, Exsciitors
of J. C. Crawford, decs.iead .
8th. The account or J. C. Crawford,
guardian of Jcse H. Davenport, a miner
child of Martha E. Dav-nport, late or Boale
township, Juniata county, Pennsylvania,
deceased as presntcd bv J. Crawford
and J. Howard No!y, Executors ol J. C.
Crawferd, deceased." Neely, Att'v.
9th. The accouut cf J. C. Crawford,
guarumn or Anna Cooper Dnghsrty,
Georg iV. Dacgherty, Tho:i. Dsugherty
and Chas. Fosf-sr Ilang herty , miner chif
dron of Wilson If. Djuibty, lA-wriack
township, Jiiuiat connty, duccasad, as pre-aent-d
by N. J. Crawford. Executrix and
J. Howard Neely, Exocntur, tc., of J. C.
Craw I ord. deceased. Neelv, Att'y.
l()tb. The ccconr.t of A. S. RatTcnsbsrcer,
administrator of tbe estate of Matthew
Clark. late of Lack township, decesad.
Ri-gisU.r's Office, )
KiltiintowD, Pa., J Assos B. Will.
May 10th, 1H97. ) Rigtster.
The undersiie hin lnjn restored to
health hy aiiup;o njetn.-,nt ter snflerin? s-v-eral
years with severe lunf atffCtion, and
tlmt dresd disease oniHmplion, is anxious
to make known tn his fellow Mil!V,rers the
means of cure. To thoio who desire it, li
will chferfully send (frre of charir") a copy
of the preicriptioa used, wtrtch they will
llnd a snre cars f.r Coiuumptien. Jalhma;
Catarrh, Bronchitis and a!) threat end lung
Maladui. He hopes all sufTorers will try
Ir&i-amcd;. as it is iavaluab's. Those do.
siring the prpic.iptiun, which will cost then
nothing, and may fra a bleu in p, will
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Brooklyn,
New Yerk. Sep. 9, 'D6.
Il02t Coticn 8rei. Tilax
The underaiETel persons have associated
themselves together for too protection of
Wiilow Knn Troat atreato in Lack town,
amp, umaia vv., ra. ah persona art,
strickly forbidden not fe trespass npon the
land or stream or the said parties to dsn
as the stream has been stocked with trout
Persons violating this notice, will bo pros
rented according to law.
R. H. Patterson,
T. H. Carnttu-rs. J. p.
Kobt A. WoodsHle,
W. D. Walls,
April 23, 1895.
Tbe nnderai;nt.d persons have formed an
Association for the protection of their re.
speclive properties. All persons ara here
by notified not to trespass on tho lands of
the undersigned for thepnrpoae of hnnt ing
(fathering nuts, cbiping timber or throwing
down fences or firing timber in any way
whatever. Any violation ot the abovo no
tica will be dealt with according to law.
Beashor A Zook,
Mary A. Brnhaker,
John By Ier,
September 5 1855.
KeawdT for Oaasnli la tha
nariew m use, IM Chaaeest.
PrngalMa or aant by Ball.
naaina namo, fa.
I bkbxbt offer 'or .ale a valuable pror.
erty, aitnated in F'rmaasgh township, 24
miles north-east of Mifflintown, containing
26 Acri a, more r.r less. 4 acre, ef wood
land. The balance cleared and in rood
atata of cultivation. Bulldinira ordinary
but ia good repair. A r, ood spring ol never
failing gravel water nearby. This i.ronarto
also contains 250 peach trees and 2000 ber
ry plants; 80 apple trees, heaide-i other
fruit. The above property is aitnated near
White Ball school bons in said townshin.
For further information addreas.
Cbubib. Cor bubs,
8-29-'96, Mifflintown, Pa.
Low. E. An.. r. U. K. Pn Ett.
ATKIMSOS Jt PEUHEE.1..
Orc.-G Main .troet.lii place of Jreri
genwM... ,iu(i iiwi
Bridga street. Oct Jft, 1893
jy-Colleoting and Conveyancing prompt
ly attended to.
BaTCollections and all legal busi
ness promptly attended to.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
B.D..CATrrORl),la. DAwm JI.CBAWrOBB
K. D. M. CRAWFOKU v ,
have formed a partnership for tho pract.ct
of Midicino and th.ir CoUattef.1 branchea.
OfBce at old stand, corner of Third and Or
.oga street., Mifflmtown, Pa. One or botb
ot them will be found at their office at all
times, unless otherwise professionally en
games'. April 1st, 1896.
Gridnate of tbe Philadelphia Denta)
r.Mfnc Offioe at old established lo
cation, Bridge Street, opposite
Hoaae. WiffliutowB, Pa.
Crown and Bridgo workj
All work guaranteed.
Tascarora Valley EaDroad.
SCKBOULE IN EFFECT MONDAY, MAY 18,
DAILY, EXCEPT StJUDAr.
Blair Mills It. 7 43 2 00
Waterloo 7 51 2 06
Leonard's Grove 7 58 2 13
Roes Farm 8 05 2 20
Perulack 8 12 2 27
East Waterford 8 25 2 40
Heckman 8 35 2 50
Heney Grove 8 47 2 57
Fort jSipham 8 48 3 03
Warble." 8 55 3 10
Pleascst View 9 00 3 15
Seven Pines 9 06 3 21
Sprace Hill , 9 10 3 25
Grahams 9 14 3 29
Stiwart 9 16 3 31
Freedom 9 18 3 33
Turbett 9 20 3 35
Old Port 9 25 3 40
Purt Tioyal Ar. 9 30 3 45
Trains ilo. 1 and 2 connect at Port K oval
with Way Passenger and Seashore Express
on f. K. K.,and JVos.;3 and 4 with Miii cast
DAILY, KXCEFT SUNDAY
Blair's Mills Ar.
19 30 5
1.3,1 35 5
2.810 40 5
3.7,10 42 5
4 4.10 44 5
5.0:10 45 5
7.2110 54 5
9 0:il 03 5
18 6 OS
25 6 15
35 6 25
48 6 36
22.012 55 6 45
02 6 52
09 6 59
Trains Noa. 2 and 8 connect with Stare
Line at Blair'a Mills for Concord, Doyle,
burg and: Dry Run.
J. C. MOORHEAD,
T. S. MOORHEAD,
RAILROAB TIME TABLG.
pEBRT COUTVTr RAILROAD.
nTj.b0,f"?s -chednlo went Into effect
Enow..?' ' "nd tho tralns wi"
Leave Arrive a. vt p. ra
Dancannon 7 64 2 28
a.iDg s Mill 7 49
Sulphur Springs 7 46
Cormao. Siding 7 44
atonieoello Park 7 41
6 10 10 43
5 16 9 49
6 21 9 64
5 24 9 67
6 27 10 06
6 82 10 t)7
5 84 10 17
6 H7 10 89
6 02 10 36
P-a . m
Leave a. ra p ra
- ioomnotd at ft 63 a
"nd arrives at I.anrfi.K
Train leave. VTglt eV,'
arrive, at Bloemaeld at 6 4s)
All stations marked t' ar iu
at which train. ..11 TJL?
: 1 wuro io a iqii
m Phosphate I
1 I President. 8 H
VOC CI1E.M1CAL -c- - '
On and after Monday,
1897, trains wm run as fcn(
8 85 s. no; New Port 9 (jS . Blni.
alt . . n . B: k:i
mtsiuwu - -. uurwnra j 2i
Thompsontown 9 2d a. m; yiB B '
a. m; Tuscarora 36 a. m, Kexj1? ft
m; Port Hoyal 9 44 a. m: Mittli. a
Denholm V oo a. n-j Lewi: 7
a. m; McVeytown 10 38 . J. " 1
Hamilton 11 00 a. m; Mount Ua' ,t"
. m; Huntingdon 11 83 n. m; Tyron. ii 01
p. ; Altoona 1 00 p. m; Pittsbargj J 12
KUgar and Pittsburg Exp,,
Phfadelphia at 8.30 a. ni j HarrilkJ
11.45 a. m.s Mifflin 12.55 .. , ".Drt
1 iu . bu., jiiiuuiin'iuu i ui p m
2.40 f. nr.; Altoena 3.10 p. u .
V in n nnnlina.l.. .1 ft ,
7.0") p. m.
Mifflin 6 ii p. ra: Denholnn'ia" 48
1 Lewistowo 7 f 7 p. mj AfcVcytowa 7 is
mi JNewtoo Hamilton 7 6tf p. m- Hmr
lion! 20 p. mj Tyrone 9 w p. n. A,JJ
Pacific Exprota leaves Philadelphia
V. 20 p. at; Harrisburt 3 10 a. mj jj,
' Id 3 24 a. ni; Iuncanuoa3 33a.ni: N.
pcit 8 69 a. m, Port Royal 4 81 a. at -tf
flic 4 37 a. id; Lawistown 4 5 a. m- Mcl
Ve'owa5 a. u; Kuntinrdr.n 8 s .
tn; Tyrono 55 -i. m; Altoona 7 49 a.
Pittsbnrj 12 10 p. m. "
Oyster Expresa leaves Philadelpnia at 4
35 r tc; Hanisbnrf at IU 2t p.ni; NIIMH
11 06 p. m; afirttin 11 0 p. ,0; UwUtiw
12 t& a. m; Buoticfdon 12 65 a. m.; Tvraae
1 32 a m; Altoona t CO a. m; Pitlabarg fin
Fast LUo leavea Philadelphia at 12 ii a.
m; Harrrisburg 9 69 . m; Duacsaoa 4 is
p. m; Newport 4 th p. ra; Mifflin 5 87 n
Lew istown 27 p. w; Mount Union 6 08a.
bi; Htiutinedon 6 27 p. n; Tyrana 7 04 a
m; AltooDA 7 40 p. m; PitUbori M
Hnu'infrdnn Acomtaodation lesTea al
toona at If 9 f, ra-, Tyroaa 11 17 . m .
arrives at BnotiBgdoo 11.55 p. m. tii bt.
come' Hrriburg Accommodatia, Irar.
inic HuntingdoD at 5 30 a. w; Newtoa Kami
iltoa 5 65 a bi; McVeyt wo 6 12 a. au
Lewistetn C 32 a. m; MiHIin 6 51 a. m
Port Ryal 0 63 a. w; Mexico 6 59 a.' m-
Thcmpontown 7 12 j. w Millerstewa 7 21
id: Newport 7 30 a. mj Duncaanon 7 67
a 01; M .T:sburg 0 40 a. m.
Sea Shore leaves Pitttsnnrr 8 it a m-
Altoona 7 15 a tn; Tyrono 7 48 a 10; Hnnt
ingdoB 8 30 a m; "cVevtown 9 15 a nj;
Lewibtown9 3 a m; MRlin 9 55 a in;
Port Reyal 9 69 a m; Thompsintswn 18 14.
Millerstewn 10 22 am; Newport 19 22 a k
Dnncannon 10 64 a ni; Marysvilla 11 07 t
m; Hsrrijbiirg 11 25 a iu; Philadalphia 3 00
Uaio Line Express leaves Pittsbari at
8 l0 a. in; Altoona II 40 a. ro; Tyros II
m r- m MnfiHnMlnn 19 n . r .-
town 1 S3 p. m; MifTlia 1 0 n. ai; Marri)
burg; 8 10 p. m; Baltimnrs 6 Od 6. m; TTuti
irieton 7 15 p. at; Pni'adelphia 6 23 B. Be
- ' r - j .. ......... . w , . ui, i jc w
iw i or v i-i p. m
W-.il Icavos A!to-ua a 2 W p.ni, Trroat
2 45 r. m, Huntingdon Z 28 p at; Newtea
Hamilton 3 68 p. in; licVevtows 4 20. ne
l.ewistown 4 45 p. ai; Mifflin 5 10 p. b.
Port Royal 5 15 p. m; MexU'.o 5 20 p, at
Thorupfon'own 5 83 p. m; Mill.-.-stowa Hi
p. m; Kewpart 5 51 p. m; Duucar.noa 8 3
p. m; IlarrLsbnrj 7 U9 p. m.
Mail Express leaves Piltisbnrg at 1 00 p.
ni; A!foor.a fi 05 p. m; Tyrone (5 37 p. n;
HiintiDgdoa 7 20 p. in; McVeylown S U4 y.
n; Lt-wistown 8 28 m; Jlf.Hlin 8 47 d ;
Port Royal 8 52 p. in; Jiillerstewn 9 15 p.
m; Newport 9 26 p. m; Puncaunon 9 50p.
in; Htrrialmru 10 20 p. in.
Philadelphia Express Iravrs Pittslinrf it
4 80 p. m; Altoona 9 t5 p. in; Tvrne St
p. ni; Huntingdon 10 12 p. ra; Mount rap
ion 10 82 p. ni; Lew istown 11 16 p. m; Hi?
din 11 37 p. ni; Uarrisburs: 1 09 a. ni; Fail
sdelphia 4 23 Nf York 7 ia a. ra.
Trains for Sur.burv t 7 3'.' a. ra.anjf,
p. m., letva Sunlmry for l.w:staa:n 16 Ci
a. n, and 2 45 p. mi; for Milroy 6 Zi a. a
1.20 a. m. and 3 15 p. m.. weeU iv$
Trains leave for Bellefunte and Lxt
Hnven at K 10 a. m., 3 3 aad 7 25 p. .,
leave Lock Ha von tor Tymns 4 9 10 s,
ni. nnd 4 15 p. ra.
TYKONE AND CLEAKPIELD R. K.
Trains li-ave Tyrone for ClrarH!d urf
Curwcnsville at 8 i'O a. ra.. ?.15 sad 7 2ft
p ni., lav Cu:wnsvi:lc tor TvreueaHJl
a. in , 9 15 si d 3 51 p ni.
For, rates, niopu, r-to., call on Ticket
Agent?, cr eddrces, TLos E. Watt, P,
A. W. !., SG0 Fifth Avenue, Pitts,
J. B. Hutchisom,
J. 11. Wood,
(ico'l Pais. Aft
Gen i Manager
rVJEWPnUT AND SHKHMA.f VAL
' ' lev Railroad Comoanv. Tlma fahla
of passenger trains, ia
effect 09 Uonday,
May l!-tb, 18S6..
P u ' a x I a M I
. C5 10 85 8 S
6 OK 10 38 8 27
Jnniata Furnace ...
Fort Robeson .....
Cisua's Rnn .......
Mount Pleasant . ...
New Gerniant'n .....
6 12 10 42
6 15 lti 45
6 25 10 52
6 2:; 11 01
6 31 II f9
6 39 IV 09
6 51 11 2l!
6 511 24
7 05 11 35i
7 1111 41i
7 1511 45:
7 21 11 5!'
7 27 11 671
7 35,12 05;
7. 1 12 11!
7 45j 12 15;
7 40; s it
7 34 tot
D. GRING, ProMsjent ani Maaajer
C. K. Millsb, Genera Agent.
Bie Headscheanil rellera all tiu troubles ind
wat toa bilinus state of tlta arB'em. suoli os
LMKiness. .Nauoa. Ilmwsioess.' I-'MruMi aftrt
tiir. Pain in the Sitla, e. Whil llirir mw
reiuarKable success has been slio-rn iu curicj
Headache, yat Cihter'm Littu: Livcb TilU
are equally va!naW in Conatioation. ouring
mnd prifvenliny Uiis annorincr complaint, while
wiey also correct all disorders ef the stomach.
Mknunte the liiw and rea-ulaM the bowels.
ven tt tliey only owed
Ache they would be almost priceless to those
wno suner rrom this dictresstng complaim
but fortunately their geodnear dnea not end
nere, and those who once try tlirm will find
Oiese little pills valuable in so many ways that
Shear will not he witling to do without tbsn
Bat after all aieit id
the bane of so many lives that hrtre is wbera
we make our great beast. Our pills cure !r
While others floBwt. -Usrn'i
Lirrui Lmm Pills areTeiysmao
ad very easy to take. One or l"o pills n.af
a. dose. They are strictly veritable and Jo
ot grtpa or purge, but by than- gentle act
ve for tl . Sold everywhere, or sent by mat
CASTES 121101211 CO., Vrv Tort.
"rJIM SsalSKSt Mfrbi.
Altoona Accommodation leaves B
burg at 6 00 p. m; D'incannon i 34 B'rri"
Newport 2 p. in; Jfillerstown 8 n ,
Thompsontown 6 21 p m; Tusctrora a!5
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