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A'XESDAY, DEC 14, IS98
R'Himos S1.00 per year if paid
ancc ; ' 1..j0 if not tiaid hi ad-
jsient advertising and' 'local
8 cents a line.
.uctions will he made to those de
to advertise by the year, hitif or
SATok Qcay's trial, with his
.tichard, and Ex-Stale Treas
.1 lay-wocd, on the indictments,
h charge, that the defendants
wfully and falsely did combine
e together bv malicious means
ie and did use, to make profit,
e sums of the public money of
t'omin jiiwealth, deposited in
I'eoj lie's Hank in Philadelphia,
not begun on Monday, the 12th
because the "ise was carried
to the Supreme Court frofn
eh judicial tribunal no answer
he case will 1m; given till the
day of Jauaarv, ISO'.'. All
records in the case in the Court
aw, in Judge KiuleUer's Court,
1 be carried up to the Supreme
ir(. The Supreme Court will
iew the records brought up, and
Jiey find the action in the lower
urt within the spirit and letter
the law the Senator will be put
on trial as Judge Finlelter de
led he should be, but if ou the
ier hand they find that the ac
sn in the lower Court, from the
formation by a detective and the
-n-uis, and the action of
-( Gordon's Court, and the de
sioiYof Judge Finletter's Court
is the appearance of conspiracy
aiiipulatiuii and was not within
le spirit and letter of the law,
ten the case will come to an end.
enator Miay and his friends ex
ress the beiief that the machinery
f the lower judicial tribunals have
ten used by conspirators, and po-
itical opponents for the sole pur
ose of defaming and dishonoring
lint. Amidst the political persc
ution that is now going on against
Senator Quay, it seems to be just
.he thing to do to pass the matter
ap to the Supreme Court where
"the records of the machinery of
justice below can be dispassionate
ly examined, and if the records "of
their work are found to be correct
then the trial of Seuator Quay shall
u-.j Jj.ut.j.f .the .records of the
Courts (elow shall lie found incor
rect then t he case must fail. The
Legislature will ballot ou January
17, IS'.'!', for a successor to Senator
La.t Monday, "William Steel,
'ash ier of the Chestnut Street Na
tional in Philadelphia, was
d'ound guiity on the indictments
charging him with conspiracy, and
with having made false reports of
the bank's c. !i iiti..:i t the Comp
troller of the Currency. Judge
Ilutler, among other things in his
'harge to the jury said: ''The de
Hdant, v-.ho was cashier of the
stiiut Slrcet National I5auk of
Philadelphia, is charged with aid
ing and abetting the president of
the bank. Mr. Singerly iu wilful
ly misapplying the property of the
bank, with intent to injure ami
I defraud it, and also is charged
7. itb intentionally making false
" reports of the bank's condition
i with, like intent to injure and de
fraud. Mr. Singerly wiiiully mis
applied the property of the bank."
lie applied $00,000 of this prop.
eity to his own use, being :00,-
txiO m.ic than the entire capital of
CO"ITIO"S I. I'OUTO RICX.
United Stales Consul Ilahna, at
San Juan, J'orto Jiico, writes to
the Department of State as follow s:
'I am receiving hundreds of
letters from all classes of people iu
the I'nited States, asking aliout
Porto Kico. Most of these persons
say they intend coming to Porto
Rico for work or to g into busi
ness, and they want to know all
about the country. To go into de
tail and answer all these hundreds
of letters would require the ser
vices of several clerks ; but I have
said to nearly all these inquirers
that no American seeking work
should come to Porto Rico. 1 have
also raid to business men in the
I'nited States that, iu my opinion,
they wuuld lie disappointed if they
came here now to establish them
selves ; that the time had not jet
arrived for an American to go into
business in Porto Rico. I believe
the time will come when this will
be a good field for the i most men t
of American capital, and when
nearly all kinds of business con
ducted in an American style will
be profitable; but that time will
not come until the island has
American government, until the
laws of the I'nited States are en
forced ami tariff changes made.
Then, I believe, this island will
take on new life; but our people
Mho think of doing business iu
Porto Pico should be made to un
tierstand that the existing high
duty ou American products pro-
- . j -MwviinKij iui jtiv tv'i lira K'L
plantations, etc., or establishing
any kind of business with profit.
Most of our business men who
have come here simply look the
island over, pronounce it rich and
possessing golden prospects for the
future, but decide that it is too
early to invest. The American
press should inform our merchants
and business men of the true situa
tion." Scientific American, De
Walter IWuact'ii Tribute to America.
Sir Walter B?:itit, tho omiucnt Eng
lish uovcli.st, said, xvhcii be went back
to Ua.lund after n visit bctc, that noth
ing lie saw iu Air erica impressed him
so l?'y us the dc-votion of our yoa ug
pcci)le to tli;ir fiiig; thut uowhero ex
repf- :;n:0!;;j lititish soldier bad he Been
such affection and respect fcr a national
cizblcci. asd that a nation which as a
whole felt ks we seemed to feel about
our colors from the time wo left onr
mother;)' Luces, was one that could
withstand tbo whole world in arms.
Oharies eviiut-y Clark ' S "Nicholas.
JIEETIXC OF EX-OFFIl lALJv
An Organization of Ex-OKI ce
Uoiiiern, or Juniata C'luiuiy
Effected at luenday.
Miffi.intown, Pa., Dec. 0, ?98
In pursuance of a published call,
certain ex-officials of Juniata
county met in the Orphans' Court
Room in the Borough of MifHin-
town ou Tuesday, Decembei (itb,
l9.s, at 2 o'clock p. m., and pro
ceeded to an organization. Gen
William Bell presented the name
of J. B. M. Todd, Rsq., as the first
chairman because he said Mr.
Todd had first conceived and sug
gested such organization twenty
years ago, and he was unanimous
ly elected. The organization was
completed by electing Gen. Wil
liani Bell, Secretary ; "Wilberforcc
chweyer and J. Howard Neely,
Assistant Secretaries ; S B. Lou
don, W. It. Moore, Robert Mc
Meen and David Watts, Vice
Ou motion of Mr. Schweyer,
duly seeonueu, it was decide , to
make the scope of the present or
ganization to include all the ex
ollicials of Juniata count v and all
the officials presently in office and
their successors when elected, the
mem. tiers ox the Legislature, past
and present, and their successors,
when elected, the memliers of Con
gress and Slate Senate when resi
dent within the County of Juni
ata and the President Judges of
our Courts when resident within
The following persons enrolled
their names as members of the or
ganization, with their ollicial desig
nations and terms of service,
Geu. Wm. Bell, High Sheriff;
J. B. M. Todd Count v .Treasurer,
S. B. LoudouT" Ifigh' Sheriff,
181:4, Jury. Commissioner,
andnd County Auditor.
R. E. Parker, County Treasurer,
lIo, County Treasurer lS7'i.
David Watts, Couutv Treasurer,
B. F. Burchf.eM, District At
torney, J 88ft.
Wm. I'. Graham, County Au
ditor, l.SSS lW.i.
JIou. .;. L. Barton, Associate
J. Howard ely, District At
Samuel Lapp, High Sheriff, 1892.
W.H .Moore, Com missii mer, 1 x;s ! .
Wilberforce Schweyer, District
W. If. Zciders, Prothonotarv,
On motion of Mr. Loudon, duly
seconded, it was resolved that the
objects of the organiatio be defin
ed to be the . promotion of social
intercourse among its members,
that they hold such meetings and
at such times as the members may
determine and that the objects of
the society be promoted by re
unions of its members when and
as often as' the organization shall
On motion of Hon. J. L. Barton,
duly seconded, it was resolved,
that lne t.na:r appoint a commit
tee to draft suitable Constitution
md By-Laws to set forth the ob
jects and government of the so
The ("hair appointed Messrs. J.
Howard Xeelv, Wilberforce
Schweyer and S'. B. Loudon, as
On motion of Gen. William Bell,
duly seconded, W. H. Zeidcrs,
lvq., was chosen Treasurer.
On motion of S. B. Loudon, duly
seconded, the fees of the society
were fixed at twenty-five cents for
initiation aud twenty-live cents
dues per year thereafter.
The follow iug ersons paid their
initiation fees and the same were
paid to the Treasurer : S. P..
Loudon, W. P. Graham, W. II.
Moore, Hon. J. L. Barton, J.
Howard Neely, Samuel Laop, Gen.
William Bell, W. H. Zeiders, J.
B. 31. Todd.
Remarks were made by Hon. J.
L Barton, W. P. Graham, S. B
Loudon, (.leu. William Bell, J. B.
31. Todd, Samuel Lapp and others
on the landable nature of the so
ciety and its possibilities, how
widely representative it would be
of the strong men and leading citi
zens of the county, almost every
famil' in the county leiug in some
way attracted to it by having had
some member or kinsman as such
official. In its historical signifi
cance, the association of this class
of men wuuld be most beneficial,
their incumbency of office dating
back to the organization of our
county. While societies, having
for their object the promotion of
the social virtues are without
number, none of them could more
justly claim the merit of excellence
than the proposed one.
On motion the proceedings were
directed to be published in the
On motion of Samuel Lapp,
duly seconded, the society ad
joumed to meet at the call of the
Iresident, notice of which meeting
shall be given by publication and
addressing a personal notice to all
persons eligible to membership in
the county of Juniata.
Wm. Bei.i., J. B. M. TODD,
J. Howard Neely,
Mrs. Brown (who has borrowed
butter from her neighbor) Do
you know, Jane, I half believe
this is the same butter we paid the
Greenes with day before yesterday.
Jones It does taste mighty like
it. Terrible stuff!
Mrs. Brown To think that the
Greenes would pass such butter as
that on a neighbor ! I'm sure it's
the siime. Boston Transcript.
A WILD MAS CAP FRED.
Fcr some time past the residents
in the vicinity of Halifax have
been greatly annoyed by a suppos
ed wild man who has been living
in caves and subsisting on fowls
and food which he look from the
neighboring farms. He has been
carrying on his depredations for
about four months, and has fright
ened off his pursuers each time
Monday morning he was captured
by Constable Walton and was
tightly bound with ropes until the
arrival of a pair of handcuffs.
The man wore several suits of
clothes and refuses to rrive his
name. It is thought he has been
stealing for others and his wild
freaks are only a ruse to keep
away those who would search for
him. His hiding place was traced
by some chickens he had stolen re
cently and discovered by hunters.
The latter notified the authorities
at Halifax. The man was taken
to the county jail, Monday even
ing. Harrisburg Telegraph.
QUALITY TEST FOR rO
TA l OJ?.
We must learn to grade potatoes
according to quality. There is
just as much difference between a
mealy and a soggy potato as there
is between tenderloin and rump
steak. The difficulty is to sort out
the good ones. Here is the potato
test : Wash them and put them
in a tub of water. They will all
sink. Add salt and the poorer,
lighter ones will rise. Those
which finally remain at the bottom
you can warrant every time to be
prime bakers. Not over 10 to 20
per cent, of potatoes will stand the
test. For these your customers
will gladly pay extra prices.
CAIT.BT WITH KODAKS.
"A couple of Tyrone's young
men who had been making them
selves obnoxious to the faculty of
Birmingham Seminary through
frequent clandestine visits to lady
students at that temple of learning.
were identified in a novel manner
not long ago, ac?ording to a story
now out. Three of the lady teach
ers practiced a little strategy, and
secreting themselves in one of the
rustic houses on the grounds at a
proper time gave the young men a
signal. The latter, of course, came
over to the house. When they
eie near euongh the teachers,
armed with kodaks, each snapped
& picture of the boys. They were
very good pictures, too, fur in a
few days a constable notified the
young men it iney wore st-ea again
on the seminary grounds they
would be. dealt with according to
Thaj Are the Bt When the Thoughts
Are Worth While.
A dozen or less newspaper men were '
collected together, when somebody Eaid j
arm thi:i ubout Radyard Kipling.
"I notice in the papers," faid an
other, "tlii;t ho is tbo best paid v.ritor
In tho world at present."
"Tbo Pall Mall Gazette people Fay
tbey jaitl him $750 a poem fr.r all they
printed of his," ventr.rcd a third.
"And why not?" put in a fourth.
"He is tiio beet writer cf Ecglisii prose
or verso now writing. That one line cf
his, 'A rag and a bono end a hank of
hair,' describing a vompiro woman,
couldn't bo stronger, I think."
"Good and strong," commented a
fifth, "but Kipling is not the only man
who has chosen monosyllables to give
tmphatio expression to his thought. If j
you will remember, Pope in his eesay
on 'Criticism' remarked, 'And ten low
words oft croep in one dnll line,' and
before and after him there were others,
who, as he, were scarcely dull and sel
dom crept. Hymn writers aro strong in
this. Take Watts in that well known
hymn, for instance:
"Are there no fure for me to face?
Alutit 1 not Btcm the flood f
Is thiH vUe world a friend to grace
To help me on to Qodf
"Shakespeare found one syllabled !
words good enough for him, and you all
know that passage of Young's:
"The br-U strikes one. We take no note of time,
Save by lta lues, oto.
"Bailey's 'Festns,' that makes its
reader feel as if he had 'eaten of the in
sane root that takes the reason prisoner, '
has many examples, aud this one you
"We livo Jn deeds, not years; In thoughts, not
Wo should count time by heart throba. Be
Who thinks most, fccla the noblest, acta the
"And the Bible, the greatest of books,
is filled with the short words. Right at
the beginning of things we find, 'And
God said let there be light, and there
was light,' aud at the end of things, so
to speak, 'For the great day of his wrath
is come, and who shall be able to stand?'
and still further along, 'And the gate
of it shall not be shut at all by day, for
there shall bo no night there. '
"Oh, Kipling is all right I He knows
be has plenty of authority for seeking
short words when he wants strong
onus. " Washington Star.
Tho IyiTiilon Sjicctisthr says 1,000 of
tbo IrMt ce.nstatmlf.ry with rifiVfi would
rest'ive thy wcf-it u:olcf Constantinople
to coin p.ir.itivj ;:::::ty i:i t ; minutes.
Tho inteliftvt hut only t ut- failing,
Which, to !c .-.:!-, U vry c ont-i.'icrable
one. It hr.s no conv.-ieuee. Level.
Th3 SalOS of Hood's Sarsaparfi"
ure the largest in the world bewtu-
the cures by Hood' iarsti'.aril'.a ail
wonderful, perfeet, yennauiiit.
Hocd'3 Pil!s are tha ?rf-?
TOURS VIA I'EKSSYL
. Skasox of 1898-9.
The Personal! v Conducted Tonrisf.
SvEtt-m of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Compmy is the final CToJution of
absolute perfection in railway travel, !
tre fumm'.t of the excellence of mod-t-rn
luxurious railway ficiliti-8.
For the seas in cf '98 and '09 it has !
ri linked for the following tours:
CALIFORNIA. Tour will leavo
New York, Philadelphia, Harrieburg,
and Pittsburg. February 9. Nine
ten days wid be spent m Califortii.i.
The party will travel over the entire
rente by the "Golden Gate Special,''
the finest train that crosses the con
FLORIDA. Four tonrs to Jack
sonville wiil leave New York and
PHladelphia January 24, February
7 end 21, ncd March 7. The firtt
three of these admit cf a sr-jonrn of
two wifeks in ti.e "Fiowery State. "
Tickets for the fourth tour will he
good to r.lurn by regular trains un
til May. 31, 1899.
Tickets for th above tours will be
fdd from all principal points on t be
Pennsylvania Eailroad. For detail
ed itineraries, giving rates and fu'l
information, address Tuos. E. Watt,
PxfpeDger Agent Western District,
Pittsburg ; B. Courla nder, Jr., P-.s-eenger
Agent Baltimore Diatiict,
Baltimore; C. Studds, Passenger
Agent Southeastern District, Wash
inton ; or Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant
General Passenger Ageut, Pbiladel
December 12, 1SP8.
Wheat 71c. ; oats 33c ; corn 38c;
Pennsylvania wool 27 to 30cts a
pound. Lard 5 to 7 cts. a pound ;
Cured ham 7 to 8 cts. a pound ;
Breakfast bacon 8 to 10 cts. a poirnd;
hay $6.00 to $12.00 a ton ; tangled
wneat ana oats straw at Vo.ov a
ton ; butter 23 to 28c ; eggs 25c
beef cattle 3i to 5Jc ; potatoes 35 to
50 a bushel ; veal calves 5 to 8c;
sheep 2 J to 4 cts; lambs 1.65 to
?.).85 ; thin cows 8 to $22 ; much
cows 18 to (;0 ; hogs 5 cts. to
6 cts ; live chickens 6 to 7c ; Su
gars 51 cts., spring chickens 2 and
4 pound 7 to 8c a pound Tal
low 4c a pound in cakes ; sweet po
tatoes 10 to 20c a basket; onions 35
to 50c a basket ; coal oil 99c a
barrel; peaches 50 to $1.50 a
bushel, for bushel basket 60c to
1.25, for 20 pound basket 50 to
85c.; Bartlett pears 4 to $5.00
a barrel; coffee, K10 6 10 lOic,
irantos 7 to 11c, Java 20 to 30c,
Mocha 17 to 21c, Costa IMca 10 to
19, Nicaragua 10 to 11c ; candles 7
to 8c a pound ; Feathers 31 to 35c
lor duct and 29 to 32c for geese ;
white fish half barrel $3.00 to 3.
50 ; hops 3 to 10c a pound ; To
bacco, Pennsylvania filler 8 to 12c,
and 12 to 17c ; fine wrappers 40 to
GCc ; wool, Pennsylvania 2S to 30c
lFFllSYO$AiH:v KftK Sis j
51 1 FFLIKTUWNV DEC. 14, 1808.
"Iovre.-iJ . .... ....
T.ftrd.. ....... . ...
V sred ............
(Jronnd lu Sail....
. $-2 to-J 60
T. R. McClellan
HAS LOCATED AT
Vo nm of zxm-
Don'', let everybody rcpa;r joui
f n-i watch unless you dreire to S.ave
it damaged. To this l-ranch cf onr
I'U.-iness id rivm Etiecihl and pains,
taking attention. We want the dif
ficult wot kin this line localise v:e
know we ore able to tlo it and do i!
right, otherwise it would not psy
you to ask ns to do it. Toe re'ia
tviiiy of a jewch r in usuully Lated
upon lis teputation in Mtntch vuirfc.
Vn rca'Jy can nfforo to let tlihttd
-r imperfect work leave our Btorc.
No. 141 NOBLE BUILDING,
MAIN STIJEET, AIIFFLIN-
TOWN, PENN A.
MZZ L M'ClEtUN,
will be at my Btore the last week
of each rauntb for
Guaranteed to give Satisfaction.
Errors of Refraction aeiirt('l-r
corrected. Glasses furnished and
EYES EXAMINED FREE.
Why bo satisfied w ith but a par
tial knowledfftj of the refmction of
your cuse, when, with the Rofraote-
meter yon can kuow the truth ami
feenro glasses accordingly. N at
ropine. No mistakes. No lost time.
The manifest error : the Intent error:
the total error, all given by the UHe
ot tie Ktfractoraettr, also by th
use of Test Let pes to prove work
Special attention paid to the repair
01 tmeses. uon t lorect the
DR. HUMPHREYS)' TT".
"77" knocks oat the Grip
"77" breaks up Colds
"77" stops a Cough
For sale by all druggists 25c.
Great Cures proved by thousands
of testimonials show that Hood's Sar-
6aparilla possesses power to purify,
vitalize and enrich the blood.
Hood's Pi Us are the only pilta to
oe taken with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
KCi vi a iV
Cl'lttS all iiimwrv. SmMirH
JuniataCounty Pa., Aur.10, 1S93.
Notice is hereby given that an appli
cation will be made to the General As
sembly at the Session of lSiKi, to pass a
.Bill giving authority to the Pennsyl
vania Cauat Company to abandon the
public uee of that portion of its canal
situate on the Juuiatfi Diviwon, from
the first lock east of Newton Hamilton,
including the river dam adjacent there
to, in Mifflin County, to the Juniata
Junction at Duncairn Island in Dauph
in County, to be entitled "An Act to
authorize the Pennsylvania Canal Com
pany to abandon the public use of that
norfion of its canal situate on the Juni
ata Division, from the first lock east of
Newton Hamilton, including the river
dam adiaeent thereto, in Mifflin County,
to the Juniata Junction, at Duncan's
Island, in Dauphin County." bignetl:
J. M. Nelson, Frederick Espenschade,
J. P. Wickersham, W. H. Manbeck,
J. C. Gilson. 11. 8. Rcholl, II. C. Mc
Clellan. Oden C. Gortner, Geo. W.
Heck, W. S. Arbogast, Daniel Panue
baker, Kurtz Kautt'mau, Peuna. Canal
. I .1.11 . -J I TkT
1,'ompany, j. tr- iainoun, .nuuiriie a.
Lukens, Duke Davis, H. H. Kloss,
John Ij. North, C. McClellan, Wm.
Jicll, M. P. Crawford, Harry E. P.on
sall. Ferd. Meyers. Jas. H. Himons, W.
H. Zeiders, William Varnee, Wilber
Atkinson & Pennei.i,,
Office of Comptroller of the Currency,
Washington. D. C, Oct. 19, 18ti8.
Wiiekuas, Hy Katisfactory evhlence
presented to the undersigned, it has
been made to appear that
THE JUNIATA VALLEY NA
TIONAL HANK OF MIF
FLINTOWN, in the borough of Mifflintown, in the
county of Juniata, and State of Penn
sylvania, has complied with all the
provisions of the statutes ot the L nueu
Htates, required to lie complied with
before an association tmall be flutnor
ized to commence the business of bank
Now. therefore. I. Lawrence O. Mur
ray, Deputy and Acting Controller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that
"The Juniata Valley National Hank of
Miftlintown" in the borough of loif-
flintown. in the county of Juniata,
and State of Pennsylvania, is author
ized to commence the business of Hank
ing, as provided in Section Fifty-one
hundred and sixty-nme or tne nevisea
Statutes of the L nited Statei".
in testimony whereof, witness my
hand and seal of oftiee this nineteenth
dav of October. ISPS.
Deputy aud Acting Comptroller of
the Currency. ro. o!4.
DEPORT OF THE CONDITION
-I-V OF THE J I TNI AT A VALLEY
NATIONAL HANK AT MIFFLIN
TOWN, in the State of Pennsylvania
at the close of business, December 1st,
U. S Ponds to secure cir
culation if 20,000 00
U. S. Hoods on hand . . . 10,000 00
Premiums on U.S. Honds . 0,137 00
Checks and other cash items 5,H(! CO
I'.edemjition fund with L-.b.
Treasurer (5 per cent, of
circulation) 9o0 CO
Total S 12,900 00
Capital stwk paid in . . . 42,000 00
Due to State Hanks and . .
Bankers 900 CO
Total ...... S 42,900 00
Stats of Pennsylvania, County of
Juniata, ss: I, T. un Irwin, Cashier
of the above named batik, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledce and beiief.
. T. Van Irwin, Cashier.
Suhscrilicd and sw orn to before me
this 8lh day of December, IS0S.
Jam ks Hanks, Notary Public.
Correct Attest :
Lons E. Atkinson,
H. E. I'AliKKlt,
11. J. SlIEI.l.KMiEltOKR,
The above rejxirt shows the account
of the Jumnta alley National IJanli
so far as they are vet in existence.
p.usiness will be commenced under the
National system January 3rd, lS'.lll.
CHANGS CV F01?M
REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Semi Centennial Year.
THE INDEPENDENT empha
sizes its Fiftieth Year by changing
its form to that of a Jfagazine, and
by reducing its annual subscrip
tion price from $3 .00 to $2.00 ;
single copies from ten to five cents.
It will maintain its reputation
as the Leading Veekly Newspaper
of the World.
THE INDEPENDENT in its new
form will print 3,640 pages of reading
matter per vearat a cost to subscribers
of 42 00, while the prominent maga
zincs, which sell for $4.00 a year, print
only about 2,000 papes. The subscriLer-
to THE INDEPENDENT gets 8U per
cent, more of equally good reading mat
ter at or.e-half the cost !
Only $2.00 a year,
or at that rate for any part of a year.
Send postal card for free speci
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four: four months, L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,B New York
Branch Office. 2S F St- Washliietoo. D. C
Wonderful aie the cures by Hood'g
Saraparilla and yet it only because
E8 the one true blood 1 :er, it makes
pure, rich, healthy, Me-giving blood.
Hcod'S Pills for the liver and
oo-wele, act easily . yet proicptSy. S5o
TIRED MOTHERS find help
in llood'H 8ai'8anarilla. which oHvm
! tbem pure blood, a good appetite and
A M Er-.rJ
sna seeaea TENCTN-
Locii E. ATitSBOH. F. H . W. Fsssstl.
ATTORNEYS- A.T - LAV7,
OrriOE Oo Mstn ttreet, in plaeo of re!-
dence of Loais K. Atkinson, Ksq., oath
Bridge r8et. foot 23, l oz
tryCollectlnft and OonTej-anclng prompt
ly attended to.
r3Coliections and nil legal busi
ness promptly attenped to.
OFFICE . IN COURT HOUSE.
DR.D.M.CEAWraCD, D. DAWIB M.CK&WrOCS
J D- M. CRAWFORD Ml SON, "
tavo fonced a parDerliip for the practice
of Medicine and their eoUatteral branchef .
Office at old stand, corner orTbirrt and ur
arce freet, MilllintowD, Pa. One or both
ot tham will bo found at their o."!:ce at all
tucfiM, on!ri othf-rwise professioCHlIy ea
gCd. April 1st, 1895.
-iduste of the Philadelphia Dental
JoI .'e. Office at old established lo
cation, Bridge Street, opposite Court
House, wUiffliotowo, Pa.
U Crown and Bridge work;
AH work guaranteed.
Schedule in Effect November 20,
Wav Passenger, leaves Philadelphia
at 4 to a. m; Harrishurjc 8 oo a. m;
Duncaimon 8 3-5 a. m; New Port 9 05
a. m; Millerstown 9 15 a. in; Durword
9 21 a. m; Thorn psoii town 9 "6 a. m ;
an Dyke 9 S3 a. in; 'lusearora v Kb a.
m; Mexico 9 40 a. m; Port Koyal 9 44 a.
ni; Mifllin 9 50 a. m; Den holm 9 55 a.
m; IewiMtown 10 13 a. m; McVeytown
10 38 a. m; ewtou Hamilton 11 ou a.
m; Mount Union 11 06 a. m; Hunting
don 11 32 p. m; Tyrone 12 20 p. m; Al
toona 1 00 p. m; PittHburg 5 50 p. m.
Mail leaven Philadelphia at 7 00 a. m;
llarriBimrg at 11 48 a. m; Mimm 1 11
p. m; Ijewiwown 1 30 p. m; Hunting
don 2 29 p. m; Tyrone 3 12 p. in; Al
toona 3 45 p. m; Pittsburg S 40 p. m.
Altoona Accommodation leaves Har
risburg at 5 00 p. m; Duucannon 5 34
p. ni; Newport 6 02 p. m; Millemtown
6 11 p. m; Thompson town 6 21 p. m;
Tuscarora 6 30 p. m; Mexico 6 83 p. m;
Port Koyal 6 "S p. in: Mifliin 6 43 p. m;
Denholm 6 40 p. m; lewistown 7 07 p
m; McVevtown 7 30 p. ni; Newton
Hamilton 7 50"p. m; Huntingdon 8 20
p. in; Tyrone 9 02 p. m; Altoona 9 oo
Pacific Expremi leaves Philadelphia
at 11 20 p. m; llarrii-burg at S 00 a. pi.
Marysville 3 14 a. ni. Duucannon 3 29
a. m. Newport 3 52 a m. Port Royal
4 2o a. ni. Minim 4.30 a. ra. Lewnttown
4 52 a m. Newton Hamilton 5 33 a. m
Huntingdon 0 03 a. m. Petersburg 0 19
a. ni. Tyrone (S 52 a. ni. Altoona 7 D
ni. Pittsburg 12 10 a. ni.
Oycter Kxnress leaves Philadelphia
at 4 so p, m. iiarriHburg at 10 20 p. m.
Newport 11 06 p. m. Mifflin 11 40 p. m.
Lewistown 11 53 p. m.; Huntingdon 12
55 a. in. Tyrone 1 82 a. m. Altoona 2 00
a. ni. Pittsburg 5 KO a. m.
Fast Line leaves Philadelphia, at 12
5 p. m. Harrisburg a oo p. ni. Duncan
lion 4 15 p. m. Newport 4 35 p. m. Mif
flin 5 07 p. m. Lewistown 5 27 p. ra.
Mount Union 6 08 p. m. Huntingdon
6. 27 p. m. Tyrone 7 04 p. m. Altoona
7 40 p. m. Pittsburg n 30 p. in.
Altoona Accommodation leaves Al
toona at 5 00 a. m. Tyrone 5 24 a. m.
Petersburg 5 45 a. ni. 'Huntingdon 5 55
a. m. Newton Hamilton 6 21 a. ni. Mc-
evtown 6 37 a. m. Lewistowu 6 5S a.
in. Mifflin 7 18 a. ni. Port Royal 7 22 a.
m. Thompsontown 7 37 a. iii. Millers
town 7 4'1 a. ni. Newport 7 55 a. m.
Duucannon 8 20 a. m. Harrisburg 8 50
Sea Shore leaves Pittsburg at 2 50 a.
ni. Altoona 7 15 a. m. Tyrone 7 48 a. ni.
Huntingdon 8 30 a. in. McVeytown 15
a. ni. Lewistown 9 35 a.m. Mifflin 9 55
a. m. Port Royal 9 59 a. m. Thompson
town 10 14 a. in. Millemtown 10 22 a.
ni. Newport 11 32 a. m. Duucannon 10
54 a. ni. .Marysville 11 07 a. m. Harris
burg 1 1 25 a. ni. Philadelphia 3 00 p. m.
Main Line Express leaves Pittsburg
at 8 00 a. in. Altoona 11 -10 a. ni. Tyrone
12 03 p. m. Huntingdon 12 35 f. ni.
Lewistnwn 1 33 rt. m llifllin i ko r. m
Harrisburg 3 10 p. m. Raltimme 6 CO p.
m. Washington 715 p. m. Philadelphia
6 23 p. ni.
ail leaves Altoona at 2 C5 p. m. Ty
rone 235 p. m. Huntingdon 3 17 p. m.
Newton Hamilton 3 47 p. m. kieVey
tnwii 4 20 i. ni . f.AwiHtnwn 4 R.1 r
ilifflin 4 55 p. m. Port Royal 5 00 p. m.
t j p .1-1 . .
caicu o u p. in. i iiompsomown a is
o m. Uiilerstown 5 !iS n. in Xownnrt
o .'!9 p m. Duucannon 6 OS p. m. Har-
lltUU U IJ ) III.
vail express leaves Pittsburg at 12 45
p. m. Altoona 5 50 p. m. Tyrone 0 20
n. Til Himtmirili 7 (VI r. ri VnVir
town 7 44 p. in. Lewistown 8 00 p. m.
iiiuu o p. iu. i-on lioyai ill p. m.
Killerstown 8 57 p. in. Newport 9 05 p.
m. Duncauuon 9 29 n. m. Harrisbure
10 00 p m.
Philadelphia Exnress Invm Pitla.
blire at 4 30 X. m. Altnnn 9 (iH n. m.
Tyrone 9 33 p. m. Huntingdon 10 12 p.
iu. J.MUU1H Lmon loaa p.m. J.ewis
town 11 16 p. m. liflihi n 37 p. m. Har
risburg 1 00 a. m. Philadelphia 4 SO.
iwision junction. ror eun
bury 7 30 a. m. and 3 05 p. m. week
days. For Afilroy 6 40, 10 20 a. m. and 8 00
p. m- week-days.
At Tyrone. For Clearfield and Cur
wensville 8 20 a. m. 3 20 and 7 20 p. m.
For Jiellefonte and Lock Haven 8 10
a. m. is 3U ana 7 la p. m. week-days.
For further information applv to
Ticket Agents, or Thomas E. Vatt,
Passenger Agent, Western Division.
Corner Fifth Avenue and Smithfield
J - B. H UTCH 1 NSON, J.R. WOOD,
General Mau'g'r. General Pass'r. Agt.
Tbe enc rn,c- are for J
Tbc !!dnc.b'cr snd Blood
By Its Record of remarkable cures
Hood's Sarsaparilla has become the
one true blood purifier prominently in
the public eye. Get only Hood'a.
Hood's Pills are the beet family
cathartic and liver medicine. 25c.
E-CST IJT TEE -rTOXI-B.
ltltet(n two boxs of uny otl;r I.raTid. xTo
Scctod br hsmt. lir C II t Ilk: iX.3i I IX U.
FOB B.1LE RT VTKUFT.9 OgSERjuLLY. 1 -;T
mm mm mm
Curw t'ou.tiviior4, iU3U: e fromj1rT.c:ii, Joct4.r
tlilB. Sainleroe- 0 jriiicu) Tr ;o..3 'V. uU M.,2. Y
Meyers' Big Stores,
,. We off- r you not a line of generalities but hard business faete,
brint'iJ . jndu"tmontB to buy your Clotbin and Furniur from uu.
Wo have not built np oar busiaesa on nentiment but made our prices
bo low that it ia expensive for you to buy elsewhere.
$5.00 for men's all wool suits in Csssimere, Cheviots, Bannock
bnrns, Tweeds. Fancy P.aids, Fancy Checks &c, also Blue and Biack
Serges, cut in latest easy roll sack styles, good enough for every occa
sion excepting fine dr-es. Servicenblo to. Come in and try on a few
of these suits. $7.50 for men's Fioe Dress Suits ; the kinds that
you usually pay from $10 to $12 for. As we are now in the midst of
a season's counter clearing, we have concluded to sacrifice these su
perior and superb dress suits at tho nominal figure of $7.50, which is
about half their actual value. Better come in at once while the as
sortment is yet complete. $6.98. Very nobby, neat and up to
dute i,uits for men that want to combino good appearance, durability
and economy. The come in blue, black and fmcy cheviots, sack and
double breasted, all well tailored, good fitting and really worth all
of $10. Bays' knee pants, woven Cheviots, strongly sewed, nicely
made, sizes 4 to U ; regular 29c. kiuds for 19 cts.
A CHEAT SALE OF MEN'S OVERCOATS
The sample line of one of the largest and best manufacturers in
the knd, including Bearerp, Chinchillas, Irish Friezes, Kerseys acd
light color Heltons. They are all of the latest proper shape and cut,
beautifully tailored, perfect fitting and are in every way most desir
able garments from $3.50 to $12 ; worth double the price. Small
Boys $3, $3 50 and $4 50 suits for only $2. From the stock of G.
Lippman & Son's., very prominent manufacturers of New York. All
of the goods are new winter styles, were bought for half price and
will be sold for balf price. There are about 500 suits in this purchase.
Fancy Trimmed Reefer Suits, Djubln Breasted Suits, Vestee suits,
etc. ' Same goods as sold elsewhere for $3, $3 50 and $4 50. Oar
great factory hat purchase from one of the largest manufacturers in
tho country. They are bandied by first class stores only, and are
generally sold at $3, and now think of it, you pay only from $1 to
$1.7G. No wonder we are kept busy in our hat department.
We carry the largest line of Gents' Furnishing Goods in tho
county and onr prices aro lower than ever. We
defy competition in this line. Call and see us.
Our Furniture Department is in
Tho saving of a dollar in spending counts just as much as
tbo makiDg of a dollar by labor. By buying of us you
make money without labor. Oar ability to save yoa money
is worth nothing to yon unless you take advantage of it. If
there is nothing yoa need in the list presented to yoa re
member it does not represent a fiftieth part of store offering.
ROCKERS, PARtOR SWTS, BEDROOM SUITS,
Call and examine our grand line of fancy upholstered rockers,
ju6t the thing for a Christ rar.s gift. We havo the grandest
line of Parlor suits ev.sr sliown in the county. Prices to
For 815, Solid Oak, 8 pieco Bedroom Suite, worth 20. For $5,
Solid Oak Side Board, worth $3.50. For $4.C2, Solid O ik, 5 drawer
Chiffonier, worth $7. For $1 50, Fine Highly Polished Oak, Ladies'
Desk, worth $7 50. For $23.50, a F.no Quartered O ik, Highly Pol
ished Bedroom Suit, a Beauty Shaped Glass, Swell Front, 8 pieces,
worth $33. Furniture delivered FREE in the cjunty.
Tuscarora Valley Eailroad.
SCHKOrLX IK UTECT vokdaT, jcxs. 20,
DAILY, EXCEPT SUSTDA Y.
A. M. P. II.
Blair's Mills Lv. 7 25 1 45
Waterloo 7 31 1 51
Leonard's Grove 7 37 1 57
Ro8 Farm 7 45 2 05
Perulack 7 52 2 12
East Waterford S 05 2 25
Heckman 8 17 2 37
Honey Grove 8 22 2 42
Fort. Bigham 8 30 2 50
Warble 8 39 2 59
Pleasant View 8 44 3 04
Seven Pines 8 52 3 12
Spruce Rill 8 55 3 15
Grahams 9 033 23
Stewart 9 0fj3 26
Freedom 9 093 29
Turbett 9 12 3 32
Old Part 9 18 3 38
Port Royal Ar. 9 25 3 45
Trains Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Port Koyal
with Way Passenger and Seaahora Expretis
on P. R. K., and Nos. 3 and 4 with Mill east
DAILY, EXCEPT BUNDAY. .r2
A. M. P. M.
Port Koyal 0 010 20 5 65
Old Port 1.310 27 5 12
Turbett 2.810 33:5 18
Freedom 3.7 10 36 5 21
Stewart 4.410 39 5 24
Graham's 5.0 10 42 5 27
Spruce Hill 6.3 10 50 5 35
Seven Pines 7.210 53 5 38
Pleasant View 9.011 015 46
Warble 10.011 06 5 51
Fort Bigham 12.0 11 156 00
Honey Grove 14.0 11 23 6 08
Heckman 15.1 11 28 6 13
East Waterford 17.511 40 6 25
Perulack 20.511 53 S 38
Boss Farm 22.0 12 00 6 45
Leonard's Grove... 24.012 08 6 53
Waterloo 25.512 14 6 59
Blair's Mills Ar. 27.0 12 20 7 05
Trains Nos. 2 and X nnn.u. . mBi
UillB With Concord. T)nrlii.hnr. lire Run
Nossville, Neeljton, Shade Gap, Shade
raucy sua uosnorn otaoon stagu Lines.
J. G MOORHEAD,
T. S. MOORHEAD,
'A Aaable Hook ah "Nervo
xiawiisKMi sen. rre to sjiy aun.-
and poor patient can h.no o!".
tills nteOiciue free of t-Vuriit.
t-afor Kohji, ot Tort WrDe, lad since ig'-i. i:i
iCyw arovu-xl nzulerhia dlrcctlou by tiae
KOefilC MEO.CO.. Chicago, in.
T.nnzc a Dotttea tor SJO.
MOOD'S Ban&parCIa baa over mad
over again proved by its cores,
when al) other preparations failed, that
FOB MEN AND BOYS.
115 and 117,
R AIL,nO AD TIHE TABLE.
pERRT COUVTr RAILROAD.
The followinf schedule went Into cStat
Nor. 10, aad the trains wili b ran as
follows.- . y
p. m a. tn Leave ' Arrive a. os p. si
4 80 9 00 DnncscDoa T ii in
4 S6 8C6 Kick's Mill 7 4 U
4 39 9 f 9 "Stil; hur Springs 7 it in
8 41 9 11 "Corman Siding 7 41 t 19
4 45 9 14 Uontehd'o Park 7 41 U
9 15 Weaver 7 4U 113
4 61 9 19 Koddr 7 j og
4 64 9 2 Hoffman 7 S8 a A
4i.6 9 24 -Rorcr 7 SI Ids
4 69 9 MabsnoT 7 2i 1 00
6 10 10 48 Bioomfield 7 28 1 41
6 13 9 49 Tres!er 7 99 1 it
5 21 9 64 '.Vellson 7 04 1 gl
6 24 9 67 Dnm'a 7 01 1 a
6 27 10 0ft Elilotsbur 6 8 12
5 8- 10 17 BrDheisl's (61 I'M
6H4 70 I7 Gr.vn Plrlc 8 43 1 fg
6 87 10 30 "Voolour Juno 6 88 1 g
6 02 10 35 Landinburg $ 2i i SO
p. m a. m Arrive Loara a.( so p ni
Train Icitcs BinomRnM ( s as .
- w.ww . Ul .,
saj arrives at Landisbar; at i.22 a. as.
Tra'n l-avi Las lisharj ,t 6 0f p ' m j
srnvrg at liloomfisld at 8.40 p. at.
AH sltion marked () ara Sac slatioaa,
at which trains will coma to a fall stoa on
Cdzs. H. Smilbt,
8. D. Baoc,
VIEWPORT AND SnKSUAK'S TAL
I 1 lj Railroad Compaav. Tima tabla
of passenger trains, in affect sa liendav
May 18tb, ISJ. " '
ward. a 1
Juniata Purnace ..,
Vt abneta ,
(Jreen Park .......
C'iiina's linn .......
Now Gerrcant'u ...
6 05 10 85
OH 19 88
15 10 45
6 25 10 62!
6 31 11 09
6 6l!ll 21
6 64 11 24
7 05:11 85
7 1111 41
7 15 U 45
7 21 11 61
7 57:11 67
D. GRIN'S, President and XaDarer
O. K. MitLca, General Acemt.
fl -T 1- TC wsr-sasj
M4al flat si HigmU Ammwd aU
SflV MILL & ENGINE
rW M UiUI.ln Jtmm,m.i n.
Jk. B. FARQCBAR CO, UmL. TOKK, 2T.
A . .on.Jrmi Improvmit In Frird.n T-rdt coA
. la-Bark. Hack motion otCsrriac:i time-c.lu t
!r5.:."re?t fTlD twnr and mrmr. U-
txmm 11 mc uifiJluOLD, Mfrs., Tark