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WEDNESDAY, JUNE L'J, 1S98.
"Subsc kiptiox $1.00 pet year if paid
13 advance; S1.50 if not paid in ad-
Traiihicnt advertising and local
: notices 4 tin a line.
Deduction will be made to those de
siring to advertise by the year, half or
Accorpixh o Pediatrics, there is a
law in France fot bidding tho Riving
of sulid food tf 8Dj kind to infants
under a yea.' of sge without the
written consent of a physician. The
uae of Ihbdivg bolt Us with long rub
ber tubes is a.bo f-..rbidd?u by law.
Many of tho Lew people that 1 uvc
In come Amei ic:ms in prospect in the
Philippine iai.-i ro not particuUr
alout the'i drete, many of them
nev.r wearin;.' huj thing but the
priinevul fig Sulfur paliii leaf, except
ing whin iliy go to Iowa. The
Spaniards did not allow tin in to
euiuo to town without: boiu-j clolbiug
on tbtir bodies.
Ex-Phicsiukxt Cleveland is out
in a speech against a war of acqui
sition or conquest. To late, to
stop the progress of events ; the
inarch of the destiny of the Amer
ican people began when all nations
began coming to America, and
mingled and fused into a new na
tion. Too late! too late. The
American nation has been in the
formation stage since KiHO. The
chrysalis has been broken in this
year 18!)8, and from this on it will
wing its destined way of absorp
tion. There is nothing on earth
that can stop it. The Democratic
party is as patriotic as American
citizens can be and under the im
pulse of destiny can not be turned
from following the distilled course
for the American people to pursue.
Mr. Cleveland is a generation too
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J i ixiKtiowiMt.v, of Philadelphia,
dined with Hon. John (iarmau,aiKl
now a p rtion of the Democracy,1
who are against (ionloii and (Jar-!
man, say, the Judge had the Chair
man to extend his pedal extremi
ties under his mahogany, to wine
ami dine him, the Judge, for
Governorship, and therewith goes a
irreat deal of talk among the erring
brethren. Garinau has been inter- j
viewed by many newspaper men
on the subject, so has the Judge, j
but they know how to keep secret j
what they had going under the j
rosebush. The Xoith American, !
says, Chairman Garman, was,
broadly Democratic when he de-'
clared. ''I dined with Judge Gor-j
don at his invitation, just as II
would dine with you or anybody
Empkkoi: William, of Germany, j
bas become a full (ledger plan- j
ger," in aspiration to acquire ter-
ritoiy on the other side of the'
glole. lie has war ships in that;
distant clime. Wants a slice of.
China, and it is rumored, that he
suggests lmying the Philippines, j
faun Spain, offering one hundred;
and twenty-live million dollars.'
If Spain sells to William, it may
not be out of place for I'ncle Sam'
to tile a bill of attachment of the.
ll5,i)00,tMM. That would be a
small part of the cost that this'
government has been put to for.
tin; securement of humanitv, and'
stable government for Cuba. The J
situation at Manila is peculiar, 1
German marines are occupying the i
city, it is said, to protect Gorman:
interests, the great question is, j
will the Germans step out when
the Americans step into the city.'
Ex-Pkepilent Ca velasd nude a
speech at a tehc'l eciurneneeujent
on the 21t in0t., iu winch be tovk a
pof-ition against territorial acquisi
tion by war. War is a dreadful ca
lam'.ty, but here it is, tw;j professed
ly christian natiuus in deadly strife.
Shall we give up what wo hivo won?
Territorial acquisition Las been going
o:; ever since the Ear. peaa landed
on the shores of America, aud with
out much scruple, txeept in the case
of William IYnn wbj secured his
acquisitions by hoceti purchases.
The circlo cf people who are rffieed
to wcr is not larjjo enough to hold
in ch'.ck tbu eiic'.e of people who
bring on ars, and from present ap
pearat.ua many generations will have
to come and go, and pass the horrid
crdeal of murderous warfaie before
the intelligence of the v-i rid has be
come strong ecoujjh to present wcr.
HAVE l'OIJ MOSEY TO LOAN t
Until . o'clock p m., July 14,
1S!S, the government will ltorrow
your money, redeemable in coin,
at the pleasure of the Tinted States
after 10 years from the date of the
issue. Tbe government wants to
borrow 2oo,hh,ooo, at 3 per cent,
iu sums of !?2, to ?uv,ofw. Tiie
Juniata Valley Uauk will attend to
the business for you.
Great Cures proved by thousands
of H'-tiiiionials i-liow that Jlood's Sar
aparilla postesse ixiwer to purify,
Vitalize and enrich the blood.
1 T Ji. r ' 1 1 . ...
nuou ring &re me only puis 10
be taken with Hold's SursapariUa. j
fleets when the war began, one was
in the Pacific ocean, Dewey, anni
hiliated that fleet and thus made
American commerce on the Pacific
ocean safe. Spain's second fleet of
swift war ships is cooped in Santiago
harbor, at the west end of Cuba.
It ran into that harbor to wait on a
supply of coal. The American nav
al commander Schley found it there,
and that closes the career of that
second fleet. The third Spanish
fleet, is now said to be on its way to
the Pacific ocean. Spanish de
spatches declare that it has a new
explosive element, more destructive
than powder and dynamite, but if
that is true why should it want to
go to the Pacific instead of destroy
ing our fleet in the Atlantic. . It is
said its mission is to annihilate Dew
ey. That is a figure of speech,
easier said than done. It will take
the near cut by Egypt, through the
Suez canal. It seems scarcely cred
ible that Spain should take such a
risk, and leave the coast towns of
Spain open to bombardment by
American war ships. It is probable
that just so soon as the third Span
ish fleet is reported through the Suez
canal, and on its way across the Pa
cifil ocean a fleet of swift American
war ships will be sent to Spain to
bombard the cities of that country
along the coast. The bloody game
of war for humanities sake is deep
ening and spreading wider and wid
er. The prophets who said it would
be only a ten days war, at most not
more than a thirty days war have
retired and will never again be
heard of as prophets on warfare
cts. More than two thousand!
genians went to war about an is
land, with circumstances much like
Cuban affairs. Their first fight last
ed twenty-five years, and before
they were through with the trouble
the greater part of a hundred years
rolled by. They were a little slower
in getting their "armies and navies
togethe; than now, not having steam
to transport their forces, but when
they did meet their battles were a
great deal more destructive of life.
Let us hope that
are in store for the American people
who were living amidst such com
fortable surroundings before the
AN EARLY TIIRESIIINC Mi
CI1I3IE. Lewistowi. Gazette, June 15tb,
The following extrnct from a letter
dated at Hudsuu, N. Y , to a gentle
ma in Lcwistown and published in
the columns tf the Siar of Feb. 26,
1802, wiil prove of interest tj our
farmer readers especially.
"I have conversed with Mr. Hoxie,
the inventor of tbe new threshing
machine This machine far eurp sa
cs anything of the kind bitUerto in
vtuted either in the United Slates or
Great Britain and is well worthy the
attention cf farmers. It is simple
in construction tnd cout.eq':eniiy
very durable, and the expense of it
trilling. The fcize cf ic is only four
feet by five and eight feet in height.
It may be kept in motiou by one
horse, or by wind or water ; three
persons only aro required to attend
if, two of whom may be boys; one
unbinds the sbenves and pa?es
them to the man who spreads them
in the hopper, while a third stands
bbhi(,d tLe machine and pitcles
away tiifj straw. In this way feur
sheaves are completely threshed and
cleaned iu one minute ; and thus
may three persons wiih grea- easn
extract gram of nvy kind from the
straw and chaff sr. th rte oi one
hutdred and fifty bushels per day,
which in the o!d mode is a laborious
had three strong
the Romans and Cartha-
no such horrors
task for twenty one men. Tho pat
ent right and machine, to go by
water or horse, is one hundred
dollars; fifty dollars if turned by a
man. Tbe machine will b attended
with vry little expense to keep it :n
repair. I make no doubt but that,
it will be a great ol ject to farmers."
MATTIMCi WOW USED IX
STEAD OF WALL. PAPER.
Wall paper is probably not doom
ed -it would take something of a
revoiutioniu houso decora' ion ideas
to bring that about but it has a
rival in the aftVctions of people who
want somethiug uu.que iu the rooms
of their new houses. This rivl is
matting, especially Chinese malliugs,
and the idea is to covi r a wail from
floor to ceiling with them. Nothing
of this sort has ever been suggested
by ttie decorators before, though
strips of matting have, often betn
used as friezes end even us dados.
J.O cover every inch of the four wulla I
of a room witn matting is a distinct
novelty in the beautifying cf rooms, I
however, and where it has been tried '
it lias baeu hailed as a great success
Wonderful are the cures by Hood's
Sarsaparilia and yet it is only because
as the one true blood purifier, it makes
pure, rich, healthy, life-giving blood.
Hood's Pills for the liver and
towels, act eatulj . yet promptly. 5s
A PATRIOTIC COMMENCE:
91 Elf T.
. The 48th Commencement of Buek
nelt University at Lewis burg, closed
on tu 23rd iust. On the aftf-moon,
June 21st, Governor Hastings at
tended the graduation exercises of
the Ladies Institute, in Commcnct
meet Ball in the presence of two
thousand people. The graduates
were. In literary course, Mary
Regius Dnuleavy, Mt. Carmel, Pa ;
Nellie Eva Ho wcr, Lewisburg ; Louis
Wfcimer Lawabc, Lewisburg; Grace
Celesta Moses, Harrisburjf, and Jt-ssie
Tbtkia Steintr, Leu isburg. In class
ical c lurse, Catherine Itu'-h Bower
and Kathfrine Mott Johnson, of
Lewisburg. Iu Litin scientific, Isa
bella Schweier, M'flLntowa. In art,
Mabel Florence Morgac, Winton, and
Alice Plot a Dunham, Sbefidd. In
music, Gertrude Pretzmau, Lace as
t:r, and Amy E-j'ede Gilbert, Eivs
burg. Alter tie presentation of diplomas
the Governor made an address. IIo
thought worth while to say, he bad
net time to prepare an address es
pecially for the cccasion, that the
i carts of state affairs and the new ex
acting duties imposed by the Spaa
:sh war engrossed almost every hour
of bis time. His sddrees was sni
prouiptu ana proved to too large
audience his maslerly bbiinv ns ft
public speaker, and the aJmost end
Iies scope of Lis intellectual acquire
nunt.and scholarly acquaintance with
historical rrea and women nf present
at d pest timc.snd with the focal event s
of nations He bed cot progressed
far with Lis address, till ho raid
Miss Isabella Schweier, of this t.own,a
high compliment, by speaking of bcr
address. He took up the programme,
ard quoted the title of the address
"The Glorification t f the Common
I'lace. It setmed to add answ to
the inspiration of the occasion, and
he went cn and on and cited scholar?,
poetp, Bfaifsnun, wani'rs, men and
women in the every day business
affairs of life, who had glorified the
common place. Men and women in
the church, in the schools, colleges
and universities, and the wo me a un
der the banner of the Had Cro;s, and
c!i scd with a glorious patriotic pero
ration on ihe stars ond stnpep, As
tLe jeers roll by, when a quarter of
a ctntnry bas passed, the graduating
clues from the bemina-y that sit on
his right and tha graduating clam
from the College that sat on his left
wiil often, as individuals, think of
that grand addrfs? of Governor
Hastiigs at the 4Sth Commence
mei,t of Buckncll University.
The mu-ic during tho week was
furcihhed by the Third Brigade
Band, of Pottbville. On Wednesday
morning the college department held
its graduatiii!; exercises in Coin-
mtnccaient Hall. Four members of
this elas3 aro in the U. S. volunteer
serv-ce with Co. A., 12 reg't., now at
Camp Alg.-r. Tl:ree of these. Cor
poral F. C. Kathencan, a id Privates
K. F. K:ic-r s, i.nd M. C. VanGundy
wciehere on furljughs to partici-
r.to in the exercises and io ricf-ive
iheir degree'. They wore the army
uniform cn tie etfle whilst the rest
of the class whs attired in the con
veniinr.al cap acd gown. The fourth
member of ihe c!as, fierg'i L. T.
Fetzer, could not bo present, but a
vacant chair, decorated with fligs,
rprestutcd h:s plnce snd when his
degiee was announced his diploma
was placed upon tho chair. At. t'ie
iscrua. exbibition of the liucknvli
Acidemy r.n Tuesday inorninjy, Pii
v.i!j L R. Banck, Co., A , 12 leg't.
1. V. I., was presr ct 8Dd pronounced
h's graduating oint'cn. Another
m ruber of the cla-s in the same ser
vice, J. W. McCracken, was not pres
ent but was swarded a diploma.
BackutsII hts 20 of her nndergrad
uit6s in the various bram-hes of the
s'-rvice, the infantry, ortillery atd
TLe graduates of all departments j
Bumb'-red 71 at this commencement.
The total enrollment for the year
PUBLIC 4 RE
Ihe attttti n of the public is in
vittd to the fallowing circular, which
the b:nks ire receiving from their
city correspondents. "Your atten
tion is respectfully called to the fact
tbet tho Stamp Tax will positivs-ly
go into effect on July let, 1898, and
we therefore beg you to take tbe
nec.-ssi-ry step to conform to tho lw
thereby avoiding tho return of the
checks, drafts, and eo forth, and the
const quetd i.tnorancu therefrom.
Checks and drxfts nqnire a two c-ut
Ktuin;, and idl no 63 i:ud letiu.vais cf
m te?, tvi crnts, for nio s oi hun
dred d'jllHin i.ud Una ;. n :l pans
thereof. Tho tanks i uv Lut t
been tuppiicd with stimj s I u they
wid hhva tbem for ealo by Juiy 1st.
Thr business people, wiU - no doubt,
bo ecruplor.s iu complying with the
requirements of tte liw from the
fctart. Toe penalties for violation
are eeverc, and it wi.I not bo udvis
ablo to hava urstainped documents
brought ititj court or provoke vieits
of inspection from rt-veuuo iflicuis
of tUe government.
I u order to reliably determine the
relative value of our several Brands of
l-'erti. Umiii tbe wheat crop of
Juniata county, we bave dccidcU to
oiTerPKKMIU.M.Saiiiountiiig to ?I0O
for tlie best three ai-res of wheat crown
'liy the use of Ol'K FKKTILIZKItS.
Ne want to know what is best bv
actual field trials. Agents may talk,
but FACTS AUK FACTS.
Ihe Premiums to be divided into
three classettas follows :
Fihst Pkkmii m .... god.tK)
Skconi Pkkmii-m .... 8.1.00
IHIIti) PKKJIlfM .... lo.Ot) -
1 lie test to le made on three acres.
Using our Jirands of FKKTILIZEltS.
1 lie money w iJI be deposited with the
Juniata County Agricultural Society,
who wiil name the Judges and award
ttie Pit EM I CMS September 1899. All
person wishing to enter the contest
wilt register with the Secretary of the
Jamks X. Jkoxixgkk,
I. .UHKKI1KAI, S t;.,
3 mo. lort Itoyal, June 7th.
THE ONLY True Blood Purifier
prominently iu the public eye to
day is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Therefore
get Jlood's and ONLY HOOD'S.
Dr. David Kennedys
CURES ALL KIDNEY. STOMACH
AND LIVER TROUBLES.
Tto Pennsylvania Railraad'i
No other Summer oat ing appeals
so strongly to the people of Western
Pennsylvania as'the Pencsylvania
R Iroad Companys popular excur
sions to the Atlan:ic seacoast. For
years they have been looked forward
to as the holiday cvnt ci eaca oum
mer The secret of their great popu
larity is the phenomenally low rate
and the high character of the service.
The limit of twelve days just fits tte
time set apart for the average vica
tion, and the dates of the excursions
are most conveniently adjusted.
There is also the widest field for
choice in the selection of a resort.
Atlantic City, Cape May, Sea Iale
City, Oaean City, N. J., Kehoboth,
Del-, and Ocean City, Md., are the
choicest of the Atlantic coast rtsortp,
and any one of them may be visited
under thesa arrangements.
The dates of the excursions are
July 7 and 21, and August 4 and 18.
A special train of Pullman pailor
cars and day coaches will leave Pitts,
burg on above-mentioned dates at
8.55 a. in , arriving at A'.toona 12.15
p. ni., where Btop for dinner will be
made, re aching Philadelphia G 23 p.
in., and arriving at Atlantic City, via
the Dela-vsra .River Bridgo route, at
8 40 p. m , making the run from
Pittsburg to the seashore via the
only all rail route in eleven hours and
forty-fivo minutes Passengeas may
also spend the night in Philadelphia,
and proceed to the shore by any re
gular train from Market, Street
Wharf or Broad Street Station the
Tickets will be sold from the sta
tions at tho rates named below :
Hate. Train leaves
Pitt sburg, $10 00 8 55 a. m.
Altoonp, 8 00 12 35 p.m.
Tvrone, 7 65 12 56 "
Huntingdon, 7 10 1.26 "
Lowistown Jnc't.6 00 2.20 "
Mifflin, 5 65 12.37 "
Newpoit, 5 00 13.09 "
Duncannon, 4 60 13.27 "
Philadelphia, Arriva 6 25 "
Atlantic City, Arrive 8 40 "
(stops for dinner).
Tickets wiil also be good on regu
lar (rains leaving Pittsburg at 4.30
and 8 10 p. m., carrying sleeping cars
thtough to Philadelphia and Atlantic
For detailed information in regard
to rates and time of trains apply to
ticket agents, or Mr. Tboeiis K
Watt, District Passenger Agent,
Pit'sburg. 2 w.
TIIE GIRL WHO WORKS.
God bless her. She is I rave and
active. She is not too proud to earn
her osn living or ashamed to be
caught at her daily task. She srailf s
at you from behind the counter or
desk. There is a memory of her
sown on each silent gown. She is
like a beautiful mountaineer, olrcady
far up tho hill, iind sight of her
should be an inspiration for us all.
It is an honor to know tli girl a'id
b worthy of her regard. Her hands
may le stained by dish washing,
sweeping, factory grease or printer's
ink, but it is an honest hand. I:
stays misfortunes from home?, it is
the shield that protects many a
family from the almshouse.
Marki.k PAfiK. On the 12th
hist., at Richfield, by Rev. Elias
Landis, M. L. Markle and Marv
Rkksst.kk Emkry. On the IS
inft., at Mifrlintown, by Iev. AV.
II. Talis, Howard J. IJressler, and
Jennie I. Emery.
IiKin cEn liATi-s to Mr. Gkktxa
VIA rKXNSYI.VAXIA ItAIL
KOAI). For the Pennsylvania Chautinqua,
to be held at Mt. Gretna, Va , July
to August 4, 1898, tho Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will cell tickets to
the general public on June 20 to
August 4, good to return until
August 10, inclusive, from stations
on its line in Pennsylvania, and from
Washington, D. C. Baltimore, Md ,
and Canandoigua, N. Y., and princi
p.V intermediate stations, to Mt.
Gretna and return, at reduced rutes.
V ItTLlK" OWS GRAIN MAKKB1S
MIFFLINTOWN. juxe 29, 1898
?.teat $ 75
Com in er. ......... .... ..... 37
Cloeriml $2 to $2 50
Lard ... ....... H
Timothy seed 11.40
F ? ed 60
Chop ....boc to 9oc
Ground. !u Salt '6
American Salt 60c
June 29, 1898.
"Wheat 75c. : outs 2S : p.orii 3Se:
bay $6.00 to $12.00 a ton ; tangled
wneat ana oats straw at ?o.;0 a
ton ; butter 11 to 17c : eerers 12c :
lieef cattle 4 to 5c; old potatoes
4a to toc ; iew potatoes $1 to 9.3
75 a barrel ; veal calves 4 to 7e;
sheep 3 to 5 : lambs 3 to 5c : thin
cows S to 15 ; milch cows 25 to
40 ; nogs 5 to be; live chickens 10c,
spring chickens 2 and 4 pound 18
to .'ic a pound.
MILITARY ROAD MAKING
In making roads in Cuba through
swamps, good uae is made by the
American arm, of the guava tree or 1
bnsb, wbieh . grows in luxurious
abundance throughout tbe island.
The General gives diagrams by which
this is to becut.aud the b?. !hs bound
upward making a compact roll aboot
(he size of a small log. These guava
buudles. known as fascines, are laid
lengthwise, one row of bundles 'a;j
piug over ai.otb.er, like shingles.
There aio successive layers of this,
bound together, making a service
able roadway, strong enough for
troops, and even for field ordinance.
ATTORNEYS- AT - LAW,
nm-On Mala stret, ta pUee of re
dence of Loat. B. Atkinw.. . -
Bridge itreet. .
rjycollectinf and Conveyancing proroU
ly attended to.
Collections and U legal busi
ness promptly attenped to.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
D.D..CAWIOKD,DB. DAKWW M.CEAWFORO
TXK. D. X. CRAWFORD & SON,
, J .., kin fnr the Drsntice
Dave lormoj u l11 r . . ,
of Medicine nd their collatteral Jrnh'
O.Hcc at old Btand. corner oi iniru -ance
8freefn, ttifflintown, Pa. One or boto
.i lAimH lit their oflxo at all
times, nn!eB otherwise prole.8ion.!ly en-
April 1st, 1895.
. -aduate of tne phiiaaeipnia il-u-
3o:-pe. Office at old established lo
oatiou, Bridge Street, opposite Court
House. JWifflmtown, Fa.
iTJF" Crown and Bridgo work;
All work guaranteed.
S'lielnle iu EfTett May 27, 181KS.
Wav Passenger, leaveH Philadelphia
at 4 30 a. m; Harrisbun? 8 00 a. in;
Duncannon 8 35 a. m; New Port 9 0o
a. m; Millerstown 9 lo a. m; Durword
9 21 a. m; Thonipsoiitowii 9 26 a. ra;
Van Dvke 9 83 a. ni; Tusearora 9 36 a.
ni; Mexico 9 40 a. in; Port Itoyal 9 44 a.
m;.Miftlin 9 50 a. m; Denbolm 9 55 a.
ni; Iiewistown 10 13 a. m; McVeytown
10 38 a. ni: Newton Hamilton 11 00 a.
ni; Mount Union 11 0(5 a. ni; Hunting
don 11 32 p. m; Tyrone 12 20 p. m; Al-
. ...... t 1 - .-1
toona 1 00 p. ni; I'lttsimrg o no p. in.
Mail leaven Philadelphia at 7 00 a. m;
Harriwburg at 11 48 a. m; Mifflin 1 11
p. 111; Lewistown 1 30 p. ni; Hunting
don 2 29 p. ni; Tvrone 3 12 p. m; Al
toona 3 45 p. m; Pittsburg 8 30 p. ni.
Altoona Accommodation leaves Har
rmlmrg at 5 00 p. m; Duncannon 5 34
p. m ; Newport 6 02 p. in; Millerstown
6 11 p. 111; Thonipsoiitowii 0 21 p. ni;
Tuscarora 6 30 p. ni; Mexico 6 33 p. 111;
Port Itoyal 0 38 p. ni; Mifflin fi 43 p. ni;
Denholiii 6 49 p. in; Ijewistown 7 07 p.
ni; McVeytown 7 30 p. in; Newton
Hamilton'? 50 p. m; Huntingdon 8 20
p. ni; Tyrone 9 02 p. m; Altoona 9 35
Pacific Kx press leaves Philadelphia
at 11 20 p. 111: Han isburg at 3 00 a. in.
Marysville 3 14 a. m. Duncnnnon 3 29
a- m. Newport 3 52 a m. Port Royal
4 25 a. in. Milliiii 4."0 a. m. I.ewistown
4 52 a m. Newton Hamilton 5 33 a. m.
Huntingdon 6 03 a. ni. Petersburg ( 19
a. ni. Tyrone 6 52 a. in. Altoona 7 40 a.
m. Pittsburg 12 10 a. m.
Oyster Kx press leaves Philadelphia
at 4 35 p, m. Harristmrg at 10 20 p. m.
Newpoit 11 0i p. m. Mi fllin 11 40 p. m.
Ijewistown 11 08 p. m.; Huntingdon 12
55 a. ni. Tyrone 1 32 a. in. Altoona 2 00
a. ni. Pittsburg 5 30 a. m.
Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12
25 p. ni. Harrisburg 3 50 p. m. Duncan
non 4 15 p. m. Newport 4 35 p. ni. Mif
flin 5 o" p. 111. Ijewistown 5 27 p. m.
Mount Union 6 08 p. in. Huntingdon
6. 27 p. 111. Tyrone 7 04 p. ni. Altoona
7 40 p. ni. Pittsburg 11 30 p. ni.
Altoona Accommodation leaves Al
toona at 4 40 n. m. Tyrone 5 04 a. rn.
Petersburg 5 25 a. ni. Huntingdon 5 37
a. m. Newton Hamilton 6 01 a. ni. Mc
Veytown 6 17 a. ni. Iewistown 6 38 a.
m. 'Mifflin 6 5S a. ni. Port Royal 7 02 o.
111. Thonipsoiitowii 7 17 a. 111. Millers
town 7 26 a. 111. Newport 7 35 a. 111.
Duncanium 8 00 a. in. Harristmrg 8 30
Sea Shore leaves Pittsburg at 2 50 a.
111. Altoona 7 15 a. iu. Tyrone 7 48 a. m.
Huntingdon 8 30 a. in. Mc-Veytown 9 15
a. 111. I.ewistown 9 35 a. ni. Mifflin 955
a. ni. Port Royal 9 59 a. m. Thompson
town 10 14 n.'ni. Millerstown 10 22 a.
111. Newport 1132 a. 111. Duncannon 10
54 a. 111. Marysville 11 07 a. m. Harris
burg 11 25 a.m. Philadelphia 3 00 p. m.
Main Line Express leaves Pittsburg
at 8 00 a. 111. Altoona 11 40 a. ni. Tyrone
12 03 p. 111. I'untiiijrdon 12 35 p. 111.
Ijewistown 1 33 p. 111. Uirl'.in 1 50 p ni.
Harrisburg 3 10 p. m. Baltimore 6 00 p.
ni. Washington 7 15 p. 111. Philadelphia
6 23 p. 111.
Mail leaves Altoona at 2 05 p. m. Ty
rone 235 p 111. Huntingdon 3 17 p in.
Newton Hamilton 8 47 p. 111. McVey
town 4 20 p. 111. Ijewistown 4 83 p. 111.
Mifllin 4 55 p. 111. Port Royal 5 00 p. 111.
Mexico 5 20 p. 111 Thonipsoiitowii 5 18
p. 111. Millerstown 0 2.S p. m. Newport
5 39 p in. Duncannon t) 08 p. in. Har
risburg 6 45 p m.
Kail Express leaves Pittsburg at 1 00
p. 111 Alt-.Mua ti 10 p- ni Tyrone (5 42
j. 111. Huntingdon 7 23 p. iii. VcVey
town H 06 in. Ijewistown 8 26 p. iii.
Milflin 8 47 p. 111. Port Royal S 52 p. m.
Millerstown 9 16 p. 111. Newitort 9 26 p.
ni Duiicaunon 9 50 p.m. Harrisburg
10 20 p 111.
Philadelphia Express leaves Pitts
burg at 4 80 p. ni. Altoona 9 05 p. m.
Tyrone 9 83 p. 111. Huntingdon 10 12 p.
111. Mount Union 10 32 p 111. Lewis
town 11 16 p. 111. jVifflin n 87 p. ni. Har
risburg 1 00 a-111. Philadelphia 4 80.
At Ijewistown Junction. For Sun
bury 7 80 a. 111- and 3 05 p. in. week
days. For JMihoy 6 15, 10 20 a. ni. and 3 00
p. 111 week-days.
At Tyrone. For Clearfield and Cur
weiisville 8 20 a. m. 3 20 and 7 20 p. m.
For licllefonte and Lock Haven 8 10
a. 111. 12 80 aud 7 15 p. ni week-days.
For further information applv to
Ticket Agents, or Thomas E Watt,
Passenger Agent, Western Division,
(Vuner Fifth Avenue and Smithlield
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R.WOOD,
tJeneral Man'g'r. General Pass'r. Agt.
(Estate of Edward F. Karstetter, late
of Fayette township, deceased.)
Notice is hereby given that letters of
Administration uion the estate of Kd
ward V. Karstetter. late of Kvtt
township, deceased, having been g'rant-
eu 10 uie unuersignea. All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those
havine claims airmnst thp KiniA nm-
sent thejn duly authenticated for settle
ment, nl L tvMr.lt AltiNOLlJ,
J. N. Kei.IjKk. Administrator.
June 18, 1S98.
TVOTICE is hereby frfven that the
-L' Chief Burgess and Town Council
vi me jsoroupn ot -viRHntowii have, by
ordinance rinK imj.tujl j-.i. m.... .ji u
189S, admitted and annexed as "part of
thp Itimiiiirhr.ruimi.. :.. .1
... ...... ... i .iiiiuMiun 11 in iiieeountv
of .lnniiit.-i hiii lit.ito j.r t..... 1 -r
the lots and tracts of land composing
Schweyer's Addition, adjacent to said
Borouph and they bave filed a plan or
plot of the saiil prtoiiui.m it,,-., -
- - " turn uuie in
the office of the Quarter Sessions of
juuiaia county. J. lioWAKTi Nkki.y
Secretary-Town Council BoroiiKh '
- LIVER IROllSZt-
DEWEY HAS CAPTURED
And destroyed the Spanish fle6L Wo have captured the remain,
ing Spring Stock of Clothing, consisting of
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits,
nf the largest and well-known Clothing Houses of Liver
K"l!5tlOW Market street Philadelphia, for 45
iha dollar A clothing sale such as has never been known
the History of Juniata Count?. LTVE RIGHT. GREENE WALT & Co.
,n the History 01 o Manufactures of Clothing, 1013 Market Street,
Philadelphia, Pa , Mav 10, 1898.
Mr Ferd Meyers, Dear Sir: We find tho backward season thig
Srjrin'ff has prevented us in closing out our large new Spring Stock
and we find ourselves loaded with an immense e'ock of Dew Cloth
ing The only remedy we have to dispose of it is to sacrifice prices.
Knowing that vou are a large cash buyer no doubt you will tuke
the opportunity offered to you and buy the lemamder of, our stock
at 45 Vents on the dollar. Shall we submit samolep. Please answer
by return mail. Tours Resp'f, LIVERIGHT GREENEWALT&Co,
Office of FERD MEYERS,
Dealer in Clothing and Furniture. Mifflintown, Pa., May 12, 1898.
Liveright, Greenewalt & Co , Gents : Tours of tbe 10th inst-, re
ceived and contents noted. We are always open for Bargains. Please
send samples at once. If styles and quality are satisfactory we will
buv the rema nder of your stork. Tour respectfully,
uuy me FERD METERS.
We have scooped in the remainder of the entire Spring Stock
of Liveright, Greenewalt & Cd. We put the knife to tax and
chopped down prices to one half what they were formally. Now
is your opportunity to buy new and reliable clothing ns long ns
they are here.
We put on sale 560 Men's all wool suits, regular price $0 50,
epecial sale price $1.25.
271 Men's all wojI fancy worsteds suite ia sacks and cutaways,
all sizes. These suits are worth $ 12 50, special sale pr .? G 25.
265 Men's cassimere suits, the greatest bargain, tbey are bunch
ed from different lots, all sizes. Six different patterns fo select
from. They range in value from $7 to $9. Special sile price $4 31
767 Children's suits, all styles and sizes. Cheviots, Caesimeres,
Serges, regul ir prices $2 50, up to $5 09 Special sali pvice $1.03.
- 972 Boys' suits. Cheviots, Cassimcres and Fancy plaids.
This line was gathered with special reference to young men's
needs. Regular price S5 50 up to $8.00 Special Bale price
$3.25 up to $i 62.
The season for Furniture is about to a close and we find we
must have more room for our large fall stock which will arrive in
due time. Therefore we are compelled to close out the remain
der of our spring stock. All our former prices are marked don
20 per cent. Now is your opportunity to buy furniture at a sac
rifice. Don't miss this chancr.
115 and 117 Bridge Street, FHHO MEYERS
Tuscarora Valley Bailroad.
SCHEDULE IK EFFECT MONDAY, NOV. 29,
DAILY, EXCEPT SUMDAY.
A. M. P. 31.
Blair's Mills .Lv. 7 40 2 00
Waterloo 7 45 2 05
Leonard's Grove 7 50 2 10
Ross Farm 7 57 2 17
Perulack S 03 2 23
East Waterford S 15 2 35
Heckman 8 25 2 45
Honey Grove 8 30 2 50
Fort Bigham 8 37 2 57
Warble 8 45 3 05
Pleasar.t View 8 40 3 09
Seven Pines 8 55 3 15
Spruce Hill S 58 3 18
Graham's 9 05 3 25
Stewart 9 07 3 27
Freedom 9 10 3 30
Turbett 9 13 3 33
Old Port 9 18 3 38
Port Royal Ar. 9 25 3 45
Trains Noa. 1 and 2rnnnt .t Pnrt Rn.i
with Way Passenger and Seashore Express
D t D -JT A .. ...
uu jr. a., n., inanoa. a ana 4 witn MU east
PAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
30 6 05
05 6 40
10 6 45
15 6 50
Leonard's Grove. . .
Blair's Mills Ar
u l"1- 2 nd 8 connect at Blair's
Mills with Concord, Doylesbnrg Drj Run,
Nossville, Neelyton, Shade Gap, Shade
Valley and Goshorn Station Stage Lines.
J. C. MOORHEAD,
T. S. MOORHEAD,
Tills rmedyhs been nmn.r. ..... u " .
,7; ""W;"! J-ort name. Ind. sine
mow prepared underlils dlisotlM by u
warn, lad- mnr. iii?
:;0NIC MED. CO.. Chicago, US.
roIdbyDrnssiataatSlperBotUe. 6 fur If i
rrreSii.81 -5. B Bottle, for SO.
OD tenparliia far otwaad
V-preparatioii8 tailed, tbst
& h tbe Que True DLOODlrtibir.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
JJERRY COUNTT RAILROAD.
The fol'owin? schedule went Into effect
Not. 16, 1896, and the trains will be run u
p. m a. m Leave Arrive a. ni n. .
, 4 80 9 00 Duncsnnnn 7 54 o 2H
4 86 9 06 'King's Mill 7 49 )
4 89 9 C9 Sntphur Springs 7 49 2 !0
8 41 9 11 Corman Siding 7 41 g lg
4 45 9 14 UotitebeHo Park 7 41 2 is
4 40 9 15 . "Weiver 7 40 2 is
4 619 19 'Roddy 7 86 2 08
4 54 9 22 "Hoflnian 7 33 g
4 56 9 24 'Rover 7 31 2 0
4 69 9 2 'Mahanoy 7 28 2 00
6 10 10 43 Bloomtield 7 23 1 41
5 16 9 49 Tressler 7 09
5 21 9 64 'Nellson 7 04 1 i
6 24 9 57 Dam's 7 61 123
6 27 10 05 Elliotsbur 6 58 1 OS
5 82 10 C7 Bernheisl's 6 5t 1 20
6 84 10 17 Groen Pwk 6 4 1 lg
6 87 10 30 'Montour June 6 83 1 l
6 02 10 35 Landisburg C 2S 2 50
p. ra a. in Arrive Leave a. m p m
Train leaves Bloonittold at 6.53 a. m.
ni arrives at Landisliur at 6.2;j a. m!
Train leaves Landiaburg at 6.08 p. m., and
arrives at Bloomfiold at 6.40 p. m.
All stihons marked () are (He stationi,
at wbtct trains will corao to a fail "stop on
Chas. H. Sitn.Br,
S. n. Bo,
(VIEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL
1 lev Railroad ( fimncnr Timo 4i,1a
of passenger trains, in effect on Monday.
wirt. 2 i 4
P M " A w
a m :
7 03 j
6 0510 85
6 08 10 36'
6 12 10 42'
6 15 10 45;
A QC tn en
Juniata Furnace ...
Green Park ...I!"
Fort Robeson ...H
6 22 11 01
6 81 11 091
6 8911 09!
6 61 11 21
6 54 11 24
7 OS'll 35
7 11 II 41
Cisna's Ran ...I"
7 15 11 45
7 2lll 61
7 8512 05
7 41:12 11
7 4512 16
O-GRING, President and Manager
C. K. Mru.EB, General Agent.
Variable Friction Feed
Aax Center Crank Fnna
EapM. accurate, strong and simple, with larjs
i"1'. j.iii(hic or
sills or vhf!. strctif
and sate. NoFiru!,oi
Holler han tvtr n,
(laded. Also ttnc.l. id
I generally. Hay Prtw
As B. FARQUHAR CO., Ltd., York, Pas
HEtlCH ft DROEEC'-S'S
A Ai.i..lorr,,i lniroveroen.li I'rTein
nl.yoUicrtntfcifniHrkrt. IV:j-t i ..i"
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uront snvinx in j.ow ri: w
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wl'.fit n & lJMGO!.p, t.T.r-.
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