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AUG. 9, 1899.
-,lFTios $100 per year If paid
. $1 50 if not paid In ad-
sdvertMnR and local
a1 ttiii be made to those de-
IW ,.'-iMhvthe vear. half or
S WKT LOCALS
a. ... . . .1 f 4 k iilAin O lAttlA
rhar! SIoik is visiting relatives
j - ... A. .1.1 ivf TnifaMin
T hit VUIU1"" va a aieu
. .I-H .olmr,. ia via 1
Hnrriabunr is vis.
y m i 'ia na - "
jtbia lather Fred Rohm. ,
Te Evangelim. -amp-meetirig
t Tiwarora station is now open. .
liss Xell 11p of Baltimore, is
itin-r her parents iu Patterson.
Vis St raver and daughter Min-
uie. are soiouriiiugai uaui vnj.
Mi Clemens of Ifagerstown,
)J.. is the guest of Miss Cora Mc
jrs. Stewart KUi, on the Tth of
iri,a iicwsnajHrs report move
snakes this summer thau in many
Iiev.Johu lU-ashor of Barbara,
Blair rmmt.v. has an on-hard of
The Misses Jackson of Altoona
. visiting at the Marks' home
'..i-n i Zfiilers of Xorrtk-
toirn is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Har
Mrs. Wm. Wagner is spending
sometime with her brother's fami
ly at Kliensbiirg. ,
neonre Hartley and family of
Pittsburg are visiting among their i relatives. Miss Harley is a mem
relatives in town. J ler of this years' graduated class of
MissDelluff of Huntingdon is .the Philadelphia high school.
the guest ot ner cousin .uish uo-,
Hull" of Patterson.
rvele ride to Selin's
After spending two
Mifflin county, Miss Mary Lain
has returned home.
Silas Patterson and wife of Lan
caster are visiting" the family of
John J. Patterson, Jr.
Dr. King's New Discovery 7
A corps of eugineers are survey-
in? trom .-Newport lo me nope rer- . , " ' " . . 7
rv east of Millerstown. A trucV by n engine of a fast freight,
l tossed into the air and fell on his
H. ('. Penny wife and two tbtead, his neck was broken, and his
daughters, are on a visit to friend syody wa8 bruisetl. He lived only
- , it t n
in Lewisburg and vicinity.
J. X. Weber is making anexten-on
give tour south and west and
be alisent aliont four months.
The Van Dyke band visited the
town on Saturday and favored peo'
pie with their choicest music. ,
Miss Lillv Etkaof Philadelphia .
isspending a few weeks with her Island last Saturday. Many peo
parents Mr. and Mrs. John Etka.yj pie were present. The rain of a
Ferree. has sold the Seven
Stars Hotel, in the cast end of the
county, to Howanl Keigle, for
Dr. King's New LifePills.
Talk into a telephone in the or
dinary tone of voice and it can be
heard as far as a shout at the top
of the voice. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Middagh, and
daughter Mrs. Xorris of Canton,
Ohio, are visiting T. J. Middagh 's
family in Patterson.
Harvey Hamilton, eldest son ot
eldest son ot
died at his
ex Sheriff Hamilton,
home in Chicago of consumption on '
the 2nd day of August.
A Xew York doctor aunounces
ihut tlier.. -mo fiftv rtiflforent binds
of rheumatism. If he mill just find
one medicine to cure all.
The funeral of an infant child of
Mr. Mooney, living on Third St.,
took place on the 5th inst. Inter
meut in Church Hill cemetery.
Mrs. Mary Gilson and daughter
Miss MaUl "of Aurora, 111., has
been visiting in this county sever
al weeks past.
Mrs. McClellan wife of Captain
MiClellan and her daughter Miss
Lon McClellan have gone to Vir
ginia to visit James McClellan and
Dr. King's Xew Discovery.
John Funk a prominent citizen
of Uhiir county, died at his home
in Duneansville ou Sunday noon,
aged 7i; years He was related to
the ruscarora Valley Goshorn fam
ily. Mrs. Varnes, wife of Wm
Varnes. living on what a few years
ago was known as the Fowles farm
between Port Royal and Mifflin-
town, died of Typhoid fever oh
There are no peaches iu
s.vlvania this year. The 12 de
grees below zero weather of last
w inter demonstrated to a satisfac
tion that cold of that intensity nips
the peach in the bud.
Jacob Shank of Penusville, Pa ,
while crossing the field of an ad
joining fanner last Sunday, was at
J'.vfced by farmer Lewis Miller's
tossed into the air and gored
' death w hen he fell to the ground.
A commission merchant in Ches-
er has raised a question. He was
taxed a dollar on a dog. He re
fused to pay the dog tax, but he
Lauded over the dog property that
it might be. sold by the county
ejMumisMonei for unpaid taxes.
The tax collecto took the dog and
receipted f-r the one dollar tax on
the dog. The county commission-
rs have refused to take the dog
Ms wife attend. tH. r
nant a; u w ,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
Having gpent several weeks with
Henry Berger's femily , HMrrSer
,,UJ UUJ nome in Fhila
delphia on Monday.
Mrs. Rothrock, wife of Joseph
Rothrock , deceased, was taken ser
ionsiy ,n ia8t Thursday night, by
stroke of paralysis. ' 3
Dr. King's New Life Pilte. .
Newspapers in adjoining coun
ties are talking about a new weed
that is poisonous to hoises. Horses
at it. The common nsima j
Adjoining counties is "field hon-
, ill someone who knows
a descrintion of ihn -a
Tyson wife of Mr. .Tohu Ty-
son, living on Cherry street, was
stricken with paralysis on the af
ternoon oi tne Tth and is now in a
critical condition She is quite ag
el;. She and her husband have
journeyed many years together on
the pathway of life.
Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Mrs. Martha Adams Hall died
at her home in Mansfield, Ohio,
on Ang. 2 of a severe attack of
cholera morbus. She was a sister
of Misses Margaret and Elizalieth
Adams and Alton Adams. Alton
Adams was on at the funeral which
took pla-e at Mansfield on Friday,
IJev. Samuel 11. Meyers gave a
pcu tieal illustration of the subject
on which he preached at the dedi
cation of Hosteller's meetinghouse,
4 miles from Hanover, Pa., on
Sunday. His subject was the
""neertainty of life." Upon con
tinuing tne sermon he fell dead.
He was 78 years old.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Miss Florence Harley. daughter
of Mr. Jonas Harley of Philadel
phia is spending a four weeks' va
cation with her nncle clothing
merchant Daniel Harley and his
wife in this town, and with other
jits. .Elizabeth Winey died at
her home in Richfield on the 3rd
.1 T f
iu9i.,n -u i tstis. iy a iormer
husband she was the mother of Mr.
t cj r i.:it i i r
timiu c. Ktny uiu, loruieriy wi mis
town but now of Lancaster. Mr.
Grayhill and family came from
Lam-aster to attend the funeral.
Interment at Richfield ou the 5th
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Harry Schreer, aged 33 years,
was killed on the railroad at Van
Dyke station, on the 2nd inst. He
wjis mi worK on r.: i nii'.w . ami wsu
20 minutes. The funeral took place
inurstiay irom nis nome in er
nianagh township. A wife and
child survive him. - Interment in
Lost Creek Valley efimfetery. ;
Dr. King's New Discovery.
The 2fith annual harvest home
was celebrated on Pannabaker's
I-.i KXTZ T r" -.
tne a ust ana tne ground was in
fine order. There was choir and
band music, and barring the sul try
weather it was a day of wholesome
outing for the many who assem
bled there. Hon. J. T. Ailman
delivered an interesting address.
The day was greatly shortened
and the social enjoyment broken
up by a heavy rain about 4 o'clock
in the afternoon.
Calvin Casner and Ed. Landis
came across a large copperhead
snake while harvesting oats on the
Schweier farm. There was at the
Hma in tnu-n ;i r:isa blower and
gDake charmer. The young m en
thought that if Mrs. Lee could han-
He a wild snake she should have
proceeded to uox tne repine, wiin
forked sticks. They placed the
snake iu a Imx and took it to Mrs.
Lee. She seemed to le pleased to
have the chance to exhibit her
skill on the reptile. All snakes
seemed alike to her, aud she had no
trouble with i
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Register & Recorder Geo. B.
Cramer, is west, having gone as a
member of the State committee to
receive the 10th Pennsylvania Vol
unteer Regiment Upon its arrival
at San Francisco from the Philli
pine Island war. Mr. Cramer
has a brother among the returned
volunteers. The joy of the laud
ing of the gallant 10th at San
Franeis-o was sadeued by the
presence of the remains of their
dead Colonel Hawkins, -who died
on the homeward journey and
whose body was embalmed and
carried with the regiment. In
completing the arrangements for
the return of the body of Colonel
Hawkius from San Francisco to
Pennsylvania for interment, Mr.
Cramer was appointed one of the
Dr. King's New Discovery
Among the many people in
un(l:inr at the Harvest home
on Pannabaker's island on Sat
urday was French Patterson,
wife aud child of Beale township.
They had gone there in . a buggy.
SA1110 time durinir the day Mrs.
i.ufrHnn and her child seated
themselves in the buggy. Nearby
ctwwi t.h stump of a dead tree.
Tha trM WM about 8 inches thick
and about as high as a telegraph
i Someone shouted, "lookout
that tree is starting to fall.
nr ,.,v men were there, and as many
as could get to the tree laid hold of
it held it up and savea jur.
and child from being crush
h The fall of the tree was stop-
txd i ust as it reached the top
1 . rwn mmci nr
the buggy. Anero "
- The tree fell in a dead
I --. no uuK&y wm uiuveu mm
uee was left fall. -
Hnntinedon Journal. An?. 3-
Wm. Heurv and John Jonea. of
Stoney Lonesome, in Miller town
ship, relate an experience with a
black snake and ground hog.
A few days ago they were in the
woods working when they were at
tracted by a queer noise, on going
to ascertain the cause they found a
black snake and full grown ground
hog in fierce battle. Being inter
ested they watched for over two
hours, when the snake completely
coiled around the ground hog,
squeezing the life out of it The
snake then took the one leg of the
ground hog in its mouth sucking it
in. n getting dark the t men
left. The next day the two ani
nials were in the same position but
in four days in lookim? after the
leligerents the snake had swallow
ed the ground hog and was in a
The two men then killed the
snake finding it 9 feet 101 inches
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Sometime during last Thursday
night, thieves stole the pants of
Mr. Hklward Ellis while he slept in
his sleeping room in his home on
Cherry street. There were about
44 in money in the trousers. Mr.
Ellis is having the outside of his
house painted. The painter's lad
ders lay in the yard. One of the
ladders was placed up to a 2d story
window. There was a screen in the
window, the thief removed the
screen, and stepped into the room.
lKrf Kllis aud Harry Ellis, broth
ers, occupied the room The night
was warm and Dorf had laid him
self on the floor directly under the
window, and whoever went up and
lown the ladder passed in and out
of the window over Dorfs bod v.
From the boy's room the thief went
to the adjoining room of Mr. Ellis,
and there stole his pints, the pants
contained 14. The pants have not
lieen found. Mrs. Ellis was not at
home, she had gone to Susquehanna
township to visit her aged and sick
mother, who has since died.
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Captain Thomas J. Frow, died
at 111s nome in Lewistown, on Tues
day night, August 1st, 1SJ)9, aged
01 years. His ailment was bright's
disease, of which he was a sufferer
two years. He was a native of
Miftlintowu, Juniata Co., here he
engaged in the mercantile busi
ness with Joseph M. Belford, who
was married to his aunt. When
the rclielliou took place, he was a
n:emler of a Juniata company of
cavalry. 1 he services of the com
pany was tendered to the govern
ment aud accepted. It was the
first cavalry company of volunteers
in the service and became Com
pany A, First Pennsylvania Cav
alry. Frow left the store in charge
of his uncle Belford, and trooped
to the front with the company as
first lieutenant, that was in Jnly,
1801. He was a good soldier, and
became captain of the company, but
tireing ot military service,-he re
signed in 183, and resumed the
mercantile business at Mifnintow n
and' afterwards was in the lum
ber business at W illiamsport, and
in C learneld county at merchandis
ing, and after a time settled in
Lewistown, where he was married
to Mrs. William Mann, who was a
daughter of Mr. Cochran, of Mil
lerstown, Perry county. Mrs,
Frow aud one son survive the Cap
tain. ine captain s latner was
Dr. James Frow, who was born in
Juniata county, and read medicine
under Dr. Doty. The maiden
name of Captain Prow's mother was
Miss Jennie Woods. The grand
father of Captain Frow was Guaen
Frow, who came from Ireland, and
settled in Milford township, Juniata
county, a short distance north of
where Patterson is located, ou a
property now occupied and owned
by Wm. Wise. Guaen Frow was
married to a Miss Sharon, of Fay
ette township, Juniata county
Captain Frow was engaged in the
insurance business in Lewistown.
He was a member of the Presby
terian cnurcn. Mis remains were
taken to Reelville for interment on
the 4th inst. He had many friends
who mourn his departure into the
great beyond, beyond the things of
time and sense.
Dr. King's New Life Pills.
A pulkv harrow is one of the latest
farm implements invented.
The railroad company has been
arresting freight car jumpers at this
The 60 York S ate calves sold by
live stock dealer Rhodes last Mon
day, avenged $12.60.
A West Point Jew cadet was com
pelled to leave the bcLooI on account
of persecution by students.
Mrs. Maobeck snd son Msxwell
and Mrs. J. Howard Neely and Miss
Maude Irwin have been to Atlantic
Last Friday and Saturday were
two of ihe most oppressively warm
days, because of the moisture in the
a f IHinmnonn tlAfl Kaah tn
Atlantic City. He thinks the board
walk promenade, and tne swish snd
roar of old ocean is grand.
The Cleveland. Ohio, strikers like
in Drecedinc cases resorted to disor
der snd violence, and then the strong
arm of the law was called in to quell
Last Saturday Manbeck & Nelson
sold their 1500 acre tract of timber
land in Somerset county to Messrs
Kubn snd Growden of Cambria Co.,
The Philadelphia Times starts a
subscription for a memorial to the
memory of Colonel A. HswkiBsof the
10th Pennsylvania. The Times gives
fifty dollars, the highest limit of any
contribution. One dollar contribu
tions; a dime contribution; any
amount that those disposed to give
! will be received and properly credit-
. . . maM phijli-ir;- p-
The trxle croc ia reported Lrrla
many parts of the State, and ettar
mi'la Are goinf to work.
At assignee's sale last Saturday,
George W. Kerehner, bought the
John Stouffer farm m Walker Twp.,
at Center, for $3,830. Some yean
ago Stouffer paid six thousand cW
lira tor the farm. There are 80 seres
ia the tract. The farm years ago
belonged to the Lukena family.
Hollobaueh's Building on Bridge
St, -Mifflin town. Pa, suitable for
Restaurant and Billiard Hall, Photo
graph Gallery. Cigar Manufac-
tury, Kintergarden, Fnrnitare Ware-
Koodm, dee., and twostory budding
with basement. Address,
J. E. Hoixobauoh,
Minlintown, Juniata Co., Pa.
VIA PENNSYLVANIA BAlLBOAD FOB MOUNT
GRETNA FAKMEK's EXFOSITIOX.
On account of the Farmers' Expos
ition to be held at ML Gretna, ftu.
August 14 tD 19, the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will sell round-
trip tickets to Ml. Gretna and re
turn, at rate of one fare for the
round trip, from principal stations
between East Liberty and Brrn
Mawr; on the Northern Central Rail
war north of and including' Luther
ville, and on the Philadelphia and
Erie Railroad Division- east of and
ir eluding Waterford. Tickets will
be sold August 12 to 19, good to re
turn until August 21. inclusive.
For information in regard to train
service and specific rates application
should be made to tioket agents 16
SPECIAL TEN DAY EXCURSION
TO OCEAN OROVE, A8BCBT PARK, OB LONG
BRANCH VIA PENNSYLVANIA
For the benefit of those desiring to
visit the great Ocean Grove Camp
Meeting, the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will on August 23, sell ex
cursion tickets to Ooean Grove, As
bury Park or Ling Branch from sta
tions named below at the very low
These tickets will be good for pas
sage to Philadelphia on train indicat
ed, thence on regular trains leaving
Broad Street Station at 3.30 and
4 08 P. M. that day to destination:
T. Leaves. Rate.
Altoono, Leave 7.15 a. u. $8 00
Lewistown Junction. 9.35 " 6.00
Mifflin. 9 55 " 5 65
Tickets will be good for return
passige on regular trains until Sep
tember 1, inclusive, and will permit
of stop-off at Philadelphia within
I.IST OF JURORS.
Drawn far September Ten
Basuore, M. It., farmer, Walker.
Campbell, R. M., nihiiwte: , Port Royal.
Carg5!', Law! laborer, Grcenwoad.
Conn, J. H., miller, Tuscarora.
Cunningham, Murray, farmer, Milford
Pimm, Elmer, farmer, Walker.
Doyle, J. C, laborer, Patterson.
Graybill, M. 8., merchant, Monroe.
Grouinger, Al., farmer, Milford.
Haldenian, J. U., creameryman,Thomp
Horning, C. li., gentleman, Minlin
town. Horning, V. B., former, Fermanagh.
Kauflman, U- Grant, carpenter, Mif
Kirk, Howard, farmer, Lack.
Klinger, George A., laborer, Sunque
hanna. Landis, Joseph, laborer, Patterson.
Landis, S. L., farmer, Fayette. i
Lawson, Harry C, farmer, Tuscarora.
Moist, D. A., engineer, Patterson.
Patterson, Harry K.. carpenter, Beale.
Rumbaugh, C. C , farmer, Susquehanna-Smith,
Nelwon G., merchant, Walker.
Stuck, Sylvester, farmer, Fayette.
Woxlward, L. A., teacher, Greenwood.
Amich, Simon, farmer, Fayette.
Barton, J. Frank, farmer. Spruce Hill.
Bashore, Elmer, laborer, Fayette.
Branthofler, G- A., farmer, Delaware.
Brenneman, J. B., mi u inter, Port Royal.
Bryner, James M., farmer, Spruce Hill.
Crawford, Johu C, sawyer, Tuscarora.
Crozier, B. F., 8r.t Justice of the Peace,
Davis, Edwin, fruit grower, Thomp-
Dimm, L. A., farmer, Greenwood.
Ferguson, W. V.t farmer, Greenwood.
(ilotfelter, Jacob, sawyer, Monroe.
Harlan, W. A., farmer, Tuscarora.
Hartman, H. H., former, Walker.
Himes, E. I)., saddler, Fayette.
Hower, Charles, former, Lack.
Kohler, John A., former, Turbett.
Krouee, Andrew, laborer, Lack.
Loudenslager, James, former, Dela
ware. Mc-Clure, James K., farmer, Tuscarora.
McCulIoch, D. B., laborer. Port Royal.
Mc-Kinley, Lemuel, laborer, Tuscarora.
McLaughlin, Stuart, laborer, Ferman
agh. Mateer, J. G., painter. Port Royal.
Miller, J. W. farmer, Susquehanna.
Miller, Lewis S., farmer, Walker.
Moyer, Jerome, farmer, Monroe.
Meyers, Levi K., farmer, Walker.
O'Neil, John A., blacksmith, Walker.
Patterson, J. S , former, Tuscarora.
Rhine, J. former, Monroe.
Kickenbaugh, Jacob, miller, Walker.
Shearer, James, laborer, Lack.
Shirk, W. V., former, Fayette.
Sieber, William H., fanner, Fayette.
Spicher, Edward, former, Delaware.
Stoner, Jacob B., laborer, Fermanagh.
Swartz, Jacob P., farmer, Monroe.
Vaughan, John, merchant. Lack.
Wilson, J. P., farmer. Lack.
TO OKANOEBS PICNIC AT WILLIAMS OKOVZ
VIA PEHNSTLVAKIA BATLROAD.
For the Twenty sixth Annual In
ter State Grange Picnic Exhibition,
to be held at Williams' Grov, Pa ,
August 26 to September 2, inclusive,
good to return until September 4, in
clusive, at rate of one fare for the
round trip, from principal stations
between East Liberty and Bryn Mawr;
on the Northern Central Railway
north of snd inpludinsr Lutherville,
and cn the Philadelphia and Erie
Rtilroad Division east of and inciud
Fur information in regaid to train
Feivice aud specific rates application
should be made to ticket santa. If
1 - - 1
The trouble with thousands of women is set
but physicians suppose it u. The real
Bladder. Doctors often fail to effect a
give the right remedy. Women as well
salvTi if their Kidneys - are diseased.
Dr. David Kennedy' a Favorite Remedy is a perfect blood and nerve
medicine. It restores the liver to a healthy condition and cures the worst cases
of constipation. It is a certain cure for all diseases peculiar to females.
Cample Bottlo Froo
' Favorite Remedy ia such a certain cure that the Da. David Ksnnxm
Corporation, Rondbut, N. Y., will forward, prepaid, a free sample bottle to
every sufferer who sends his or her full postofficc address and mentions this
paper. The fact that our liberal offer appears in this paper is a guarantee of its
All druggists sell Favorite Remedy at $1.00 a bottle.
Mid-Summer Bargain Days
at Shot t's Stores.
A Host of Bargains in Dry Goods,
Shoes and Carpets.
Uo bleached muslins at Sots a yard.
Belter unbleached roaslin at 4ets a yard.
Kxtra quality no bleached muslin, 20 yards for $1.00.
Best bleaehed Hill muslin, 15 yds for $1.00.
IOo mnslia, out prices, at 60 a yard.
Union crash toweling, 7yds for 25ets.
All Linen crash toweling 5yds for 25c t a.
Good calicoes for 3o s yard.
Best Lancaster Ginghams at 5ot; worth to day 71ota.
Table Oil Cloth, 2yd for 25cta.
Flora Oil Cloth and Linoliums for 20o, 25o to 35c; worth 50c U.
Carpets at 12)0, 18c, 20o and 25c.
Now ia joer time to buy carpet. They are going higher.
" 'Pins RagVia ik nwel and Velvet for 75ots snd $1.00.
Sun- Oil Cloth in Cut Prioea at 4o a yard.-,
Hen's Cheviot every day shirtings, 7yda for "43t"
Floe Sooteh lawns st 4Jo.
AH our fins summer dress goods st extra low reancea prioea.
Red Bord fine Table Linen st 25ots; worth 40ots.
White Summer Blankets, at oOets
ia the moat important News of this Sale.
to oar offering!. .Not a plunger spasm or exoitemont, bnt a merchant's
plan, ealmly formed and thoroughly executed. The purpose is to mske a
sale of shoes for cheapness and magnitndee, which is without precedent.
These shoes are all new, their equals are selling at 35 per oent higher through.
out the Shoe Trade.
Men's Calf Skin Shoes at $1.47; worth $2.50.
Jlfen's Willow Calf and Vioi Leather st $147. You save over $1 on s
Men's BIsek Dress foot wear:
Tsus snd Blacks, Hyle's French Patent Leather kll $4 slices at $2.68.
Ladies Blaok and Tan fine kid Leather Shoes, 800 pair, English styles
makes st $1-47, a saving of $1.00 s pair.
500 PAIR BOYS AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
at equally reduced prioes at Extra low values
103 TO IOO BRIDGE STREET.
1866, ESTABLISHED. 1899.
Special Invitation To The Pvblit
To attend the Attractive Sale of Clothing that goes on daily
THE IMMENSE STOCK
D. W. HARIjET.
It will be
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS
Who have money to invest to examine the Stock of Good for
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STYLES
of Suits and Overooata at the Wonderfully Low Prioes.
His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail
to give him a call if in need of Clothing.
D. W. HARLEY
trouble has ia the Kidneys, Liver aa4
core, simply because they oV'l
as mea can ascertain for taeia
Simply fill a bottle or glass turn
bier with urine and let it stead a
day and a sight. If there is a
sediment at the bottom, something is
wrong with the Kidneys. If there Is a
desire to urinate often if there is a
'pain in the small of the back if the arine
stains linen look oat ! The Kidneys are
Ladies can take Dr. David Ken
nedy' m Favorite Kemody with perfect as
surance of relief. It will cure them of Kidney,
Liver and Bladder disorders just as certainly
as it cures men.
Mrs. G. W. DAVKNrosT. of West Troy,
N. Y., says: "I was troubled with my Kid
neys, and suffered intense pain la my back and
loins. The wife of Dr. Robinson, pastor of the
First Avenue Methodist Church, recommended
Dr. David Kennedy' a Farorita Remedy,
I got some, and have used it ever since, with
the result that I am greatly benefited. All pains
have left me, and I am like another person."
4,000 pair of fine shoes iaolnded in
New Stocki of
GSTTS FURNISniNO GOODS HATS, FURNITUSSs
., - GLASSWARE, QUENSWARE,AT -
Meyers' Big Stores.
0 0 0 0
Men's and Boy's New Spring Suits.
These Men's suits are strictly all wool and we have tbem in all sixes,
and we have them in single and double breasted at $4 62. Now men
fall into line and secure one of these Fine Imported Dress Suits, in
all shadf s and colors, and made perfect to equal merchant tailor
prices. Worth $18. for only $12. These Frock and Sack Suits we
have tbem in nil sizes and styles, and we guarantee to give you a per
fect fit at $6.50. You can take vour pick and fit from 372 fine drese
suils, which are msde in Sacks and Cutaways, we have them in all
shades. Suits worth $12 we sell now at $8.75. We start the Boy
department from 1 87 to $8.50. The assortment includes hundreds
of double and single breasted suits. Many of these suits being all
wool and they are all in the LATEST SPRING PATTERNS in
brown, plaids, checks snd plain colors. These are all well made and
trimmed, and run in age from 10 to 19. Immense sssortment to
Our Children's Department.
The largest display of Boys' psnts in Juniata County, and they are
all made of strong material. The sizes run from 3 to 16, and sell
from 18c. to 50c 300 Children's Suils, sizes from 3 to 16, at 90c.
265 splended Vested Suits, at $1.25, would be cheap at the regular
price of $2. 567 Children's Suits, in Double Bressted and other
styles. Tour choice at $2 38. 375 Children's Suits, this u i a grand
line strictly, all wool, Double Breasted at $3 88, which should be $5.
A grand new line of Spring Hats and Caps and Gents Par
ni ehing Goods, of the greatest values ever offered, A car load
of Trunks and Satchels at low prices.
Tbemost maivelouB showing of up-to date Furniture ever attempt
ed. Everything new in design, no old stock Nothing bnt the very
best makes by the best msnufacturers with such forsightedness that
we offer "Beautiful Furniture" at jusLone half the regular value.
We just received and unpscked the grandest design of new and
npon-date Furniture. Our three floors are packed to the utmost ex
tent for your inspection. A grand selection of Parlor Suit;, Uphole
tered Rockers. Conches, Lounges, Sofas, Extens.onTables, Hall Racks,
Side Boards. Bed Room Suits in numerous styles, Office, Dining Koom
and Kitchen Chairs, Spring Mattresses, Cots, Cribs and Cradles. In
fact everythirg kept in a first class Furniture store.
Tuscarora Valley Railroad.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MOKDAT, JUNE. 20,
.AlLY, EXCEPT 8UKDAY. ' T
A. M. P. M.
Blair's Mills .Lv. 7 25 1 45
Waterloo 7 31 1 51
Leonard's Grove 7 37 1 57
Ross Farm 7 45 2 05
Perulack 7 52 2 12
East Waterford 8 05 2 25
Heckman, 8 17 2 37
Honev Grove 8 22 2 42
Fort Bigham 8 302 50
Wsrble 8 39 2 59
Pleasant View 8 44 3 04
Seven Pines 8 52 3 12
Spruce Hill 8 55 3 15
Graham's 9 03 3 23
Stewart 9 06 3 26
Freedom 9 09 3 29
Turbett 9 12 3 32
Old Port 9 183 38
Port Royal Ar. 9 25 3 45
Trains No. 1 and 2 connect at Port Boyal
with Way PassenKer and Seashore Express
on P. B. B., and Nos. 3 and 4 with Mail east
DAILY, EXCEPT SC1WAY. .2
A. M. P. M.
Port Koyal 0.0 10 20 5 05
Old Port 1.310 27 5 12
Turbett 2.810 33 5 18
Freedom 3.7 10 3fij5 21
Stewart 4.410 395 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 9.0 11 01 5 46
Warble 10.011 06 5 51
Fort Bigham 12.0 11 15 6 00
Honey Grove 14.011 23 6 08
Heckman 15.1 11 28 6 13
East Waterford 17.511 40 6 25
Perulack 20.5 11 53 6 38
Ross Farm. 22.012 00 6 45
Leonard's Grovo... 24.012 08 6 53
Waterloo 25.512 14 6 59
Blair's Mills..... Ar. 27.012 20 7 05
Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect at Blair'
Mill with Concord, Doyleaburg Dry Ran,
Novsville, Neely ton, Shade Qap, Shade
Valley and Uoabora Station Stage Line.
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KOCNIC MED. CO.. Chicago, I U
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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
pERBT COUNTT RAILROAD.
The followinr. schedule went Into effect
Nov. 16, 1896, and the trains will be run as
p. m a. m Leave Arrive .in p. m
4 80 9 00 Doncannon 7 64 2 28
4 86 9 06 'line's Hill 7 49 2 28
OO Snlnhnr Snriifi 7 46 S 9A
Ell lot strain
Leave a. m p aa
Train leaves Bloomfleld at 6.6S a. in.,
and arrive at Landisbnrs; at 6.28 a. aa.
Train leaves Land u burg st 6.08 p. m., sad
arrives at Bloomfleld at 6.40 p. to.
All atationa marked () are flag tatioas,
at wblct train will come to a full atop oa
Cnaa. H. Shilbv, 8. H. Baca,
(VIEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL
I 1 ley Railroad Company. Time table
of paaaengrr train, in effect on Monday,
May 18th, 1896.
STATIONS. West- East
' 1 2 T
Newport 6 0610 86 8 80
Buffalo Bridge 08 10 88 8 27 8 67
Juniata Furnace ... 6 1210 42 6 28 8 68
Wahnete 16 10 46 8 20 8 60
8t1vo 6 25:10 62 8 16 8 46
Watr Ping 6 22U01 811 8 41
Bloomfleld Jnnct'n. 6 8lll09 8 08 8 88
VnllevRoad 6 89jll09 8 00 8 82
Klliottobnrg 6 61 11 21 7 46 816
Green Park 6 64 II 24 7 to 8 10
Loyaville 7 061186 84 8 04
Fort Robeson ..... ? II 1141 7 26 2 66
Center 7 1511 45 7 16 2 4
Cinna'a Run 7 21 11 61 7 16 2 4ft
Anderaonbarg 7 27 11 67 7 10 1 40
Btam 786 12 06 708 3 8
Monnt Pleasant ... 7 4112 11 6 68 2 24
New Germant'n ... 7 46 12 16 6 60 2 29
D. GRING, Preaideat sad Manager
C. K. VnVLBB, General Agent.
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