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option fHW per year if paid
gruff1" r... if ,M In
ft cents a line-
SrfuctioM will be made to those de
lv the vear. half or
The member8 of the Republican
tv tonimittee will meet at the
SSUtone Hotel ia Patterson, on
!i-.v September 2, 1899 at 2
ijaim , - ..if j
. 7 .1- I f
A full attendance is
fjirl as business of importance
The Port Koyal fair is looming
Constable Samuel Lapp is in
jjere and there a man sows
wheat this week.
Dr. King's Xew Discovery.
Thev have eoru to burn in Kan
sua and Nebraska .
Miss Wilson of Milton is a gu
of the .Misses -unrray. a
Mrs. Kru k ami children, arevis
itiujr her parents in Heading.
Eucklen's Arnica Salve.
The lijr picuics are all over. A
few small ues are yet on the car
pet. T II. llutturf of Newport was in
town on the evening of the 23rd
Misses Kate and Liz.ie Hayes,
are visiting friends at Landsdale,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Mrs. Quieter of Harrisburg is
visiting Mrs. S. E. Brown of Pat
terson. The Port Koyal Fair will be held
at Port Itoyal, September IS, 14
ami 15. y
Win. Allison, a talented writer
is home from Pittsburg on a short
Stiles (Jilliford of Altooua" spent
several days with his cousin Ed g-ar'
Bunh field. 7
John Meloy and wife of Patter
son, spent a few days at the Gran
Win. Adams of Pittsburg is vis
iting his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. King's New Life Pills.
( ne of the features in the veter
an parade at Newport will le ' a
company of girls.
Diptheria and scarlet fever are
reported as having appeared
among children in town. .
Mr. Howard Martin and
ter Hell, have leen visiting rela
tives iu Tuscarora Valley.
Mrs. Wm. "Wagner has returned
home after a pleasant visit to Eb
ensburg and IJarusborongh.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
Mr. Henry Penny and daugh
ters, have returned home after
pleasant visit to Lewisburg
Mrs. Belle Patterson and daugh
ter Miss Margarie have returned
from a trip to Atlantic City.
-M rs. Clara kesou and daughter
4tt Plniiiiiif A'init- t.- ri i f ilai aa
cently with the Misses Laird. j
.Miss Emma 2sankevllle of Lewis-
town, is a sriiest at the home of
Wm. Naukeville of Patterson.
lr. King's New Life Pills
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meloy of
Huntingdon, are gnests of Mr. an i
Mrs. John Meloy of Patterson.
Postmaster McNitt, while feit
ing his old home in Mifflin Co.,
ttok in the Gibony Park picnic.
The September number of the
Ladies Home Journal is oue of the
most attractive numbers issued.
The school teachers vacation
days are rapidly growing to a close.
Ditto the vacation of the pupils.
I r. King's New Discovery.
W. II. Moore, manager of the
oak extract works at Newport,
sjieut an evening in town recently.
Vxii hunting is beginning to en
giige the attention of those who are
fond of that kind of sport at night.
Mrs. Wm. Finkle and Mrs. Har
ry Hawk of Patterson, attended
the Gibony Park picnic, Mifllui Co
King's New Discovery
.Miss Martraret Laird was
to Lewistown by the request of her
Jriemi .Mrs. J. ;. Ixmg, who lsser
An additional public school
house is a question that the tax
payers of Milfoid township are
A soaking rain fell on Saturday
night and all day Sunday a slow
rain, just the kind that almost all
enters the ground.
Mervin Cook, wife and two chil
dren ot Harrisburg and Miss Ella
Tysou of Millerstown, visited their
oroiner Samuel Tyson, on Thurs
Miss Maliel Gilson of Aurora,
in., ami Miss Grace Gilson of Can
ton, Ohio, returned to their homes
on Tuesday after a lengthy visit
to friends in Tuscarora Valley.
1 he letters uncalled for in the
Mifllintown post office at the close
ol business hours, Angnst 26, 1899,
vere for Morris ,V. Dickinson,
Mrs. Clara J. Johnson, Edward
Hasler and Charles Hamilton.
inUf itical didates are
in the held, ami
Dr. King's New Discovery
the T V1 lT- ' Ma of
i-' v-K- R in the west
making a tout of California, Ida
ho and other western states.
Dr. King's New LifePills.
T,RV'iuF" Diener of Waterloo;
James Sharron of Newport and
merchant John Scott did the
speech-making at the Waterloo
It is estimated that the state of
Illinois will have to buy for her
own use this year, seven million
bushels more wheat than the State
Railroad Superintendent O, K
Miller and family of Newport
have been spending a few days of
nvaiiuu iu miraintovn
Dr. King's New Life Pills..
Miss Mary K. Snyder of Selins-
grove, grand-daughter of Governor
Simon Snyder, will use her own
money to bnild an F.nis!
qhurch at Selinsgrove. It M ill be
the only Episcopal church in Snv
Mechant Geortre Goshen of Pat
terson shipped a car-load of locust
posts from this station to Iowa
The western country where the lo
cust fails to grow, may become r
place for a profitable market for
Dr. King's New Discovery.
It required two engines to null
the train of people from Port Kov-
al to Leonaad's Grove on Satur
day. Leonard's Grove is a couple
hundred feet higher than Port
Itoyal, and the grade in several
places is steep.'
William Powell of uear Media,
Pa., was milking a cow last Sat
urday evening during a thunder
storm. A bolt of lightning came
down and killed 'the cow and stun
ned into ' unconsciousness ami al
most killed Powell.
Some of the A aterloo picnieers
from town missed railroad connec
tion at Port Royal and walked
home three miles in the wet. Their!
experience was more varied than!
those who had no walking to do,
and missed the train, but they are
all living and in good health.
Dr. King's New Discovery.
David Huffman has had his pen
sion increased from $S to $12 a
month, and has received $224.50
back pension. Dave's friends say
he was a good and prompt soldier. I
lie was wounded at Hatch's run
on the left side of his neck. The
bullet came near cutting the jug
gler vein. He was an orderly at
Fort Steadman nnder Hartranit,
and was shot in the left leg near
the knee. - - "
Dewey writes to the Executive
Committee of the Dewey reception
committee of the New York dem
onstration to take place on the 30th
ot iseptemoer, that he is desirous
of having the Olympia's battalliou
lead the procession with a big band
kat its head. A big band, big
enough will be provided. Let it
be a stunner while they are at it.
A stunner like Dewey's naval fight
kat Manila. .
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Read Hollobaugh's new advertise,
TheBumtncr is over, tho autumn
With honesty for a policy, one has
a clear conscience.
The electro light MweDt out" a
couple of times on Sunday night
Duvid -Villt-r Lns opf iitj a laundry
in a building on the creamery lot.
A fifty pound cao of lard will be
taken on subscription at this office.
The neatest and the best and lat
est styled clothing at Hollobaugh's.
Dr. H. P. Derr is the republican
State Committeeman for Juniata
James Mathers oi Cleveland, tfoio,
is spending vacation diys among rel
atives in Juniata
Theorus Garman formerly editor
of the Tribune spent Friday and
Saturday in town.
James Mathers of Altoona, came
from the Mountain city on Saturday,
to visit his relatives.
The republican state convention
was harmonious, excepting the one
kick of the 49 delegates at Quay.
The turn out of people from this
place to Leonard's Grove picnic on
Saturday, numbered a good many.
Tho Jewish New Year 5G60 will
fall on Tuesday, September 5th. The
Day of Atonement, the fasting day,
occurs just one weeK later. ,
Mrs. Anna M. Cox and son bam-
uel D, of Al toona, have been the
guests of Prolhonary Zeiders the
past two weeks. Mrs. Cox is the
mother of Mrs. Zeiders.
In Cumberland county parties who
follow threshing grain take with
them a sufficient number of men io
complete a job wherever they go
from the handling of the grain to the
stacking of the straw.
Since Aquinaldo remarked that the
democratic party in the United
States is his best friend outside of
the Phillipine islands since then
many of the democrats have . turned
hard against Aquinaldo.
John A: Keefer or Carlisle engag
ed in stock speculation and lost,
which so worked on his mind that be
went to Hafreratown, Md., and there
committed suicide in : a hotel Ho
I put a bullet through his head.
The town council baa appointed
board of health. y
Mn. Jeoney, of Philadelphia, waa
tha guest of Miaaes Sally and Hand
Irwin, on Monday.
AndrewBanks, Esq., went to Pitta
burg, and inarched with his oomrads
of the 10th Pennsylvania, on their
return to the Keystone state.
What's to nrevent men in tha
country from using their wire fences
for telephones. With wire fences all
over the country and 'phones in the
uouses wnat a talking there will be
from place to place in the near fu
ture when Deonle will catnh nntn
the availibility of the thing and
when wire fences will have come into
- Bloomfield Advocate: Thursday
night, 10th inst., two steers and a
heifer beloncincr in -Tnnaa Tnicr nf
0 r --- - r
Janiata township, were driven from
ma premises. Air. Liemg next day
missing the animals tracked them
attd found tllP.m in nnaflaucinn nf
David Yob a of Saville township.
Yohn's explanation that a man had
come and desired him to feed the cat
tle until he came for them, did not sat
isiy Mr. Lenig, who had Yohn and
Addison Simonlon Arrnatiul nn . the
charge of "larcauv of certain horned
cattle." Yohn crave bail before
'Squire D. C. Kell of Ickesburg to
answer the chancre ftt next, nnirtpr
sessions, and Simonton on the 18th
inst , was committed to the county
jail in lieu of bail.
VIA THE MIDLAND ROUTE.
Every Friday night at 10.35 p. m ,
a through Tourist Car for San Fran
cisco, carrying first and second-class
passengers, leave3 the Chicago, Mil
waukeo & St. Paul Paul Railway
Union Passenger Station, Chicago,
via Omaha, Colorado Springs and
Salt Lake City (with stop over priv
ileges at Salt Lake City), for all
points in Colorado. .Utah, Nevada
The Tourist Car berth rate from
Chicago to Son Francisco is only
$6.00, and the sleeping car berths
should be reserved a few days in ad
vance of departure of train.
Through tickets and sleeping car
accommodations can be secured from
any agent in the east or by applying
at the Chicago, Milwaukee & Si.
Paul Depot or City Ticket Offices ia
Ssnd for our free illustrated Cali
fornia folders. Address Geo. H.
Heafford, General Passenger Agent,
Chicago, Hi, or John K. Pott, Dis
trict Passecger Agent, Williainsport,
LOW-BATE VACATION TKn-S VIA PENNSYL
VAN I A BA1LROAD.
September 7 and 21 and OiJiobar
5 and 19 are the dales of the remaii.
irg Pennsylvania Railroad popular
ten day excursions to Niagara Falls
from Pniladelphia, ..Baltimore and
Washington, and intermediate points.
Excursion tickets, good for retuin
passage on any regular traiD, exclu
sive of limited express trains, within
ten d ijs, will be sold at $10 00 f n m
Pbiladelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, and all points on the Delaware
Division; $11.25 from Atlantic city;
$9 GO from Lancaster; $8.50 from A'.,
toona aud Harrisburg; $6 90 from
Sunbury and Wilkesbarre; 5 75 from
Wiiliamsport; and at proportionate
rates from other points. A stop ov
er will be allowed at Buffalo, Roch
ester, Canandaigua, and Watkirs
within the limit returning.
A special train of Pullman pirl..r
cars aud day coaches will be ran
with each excursion. An extra charge
will be made for parlor car seats.
Au experienced tourist aseut and
chaperon will accompany each excur
sion. Tickets for a side trip ti the Thou
sand Ialnnds (Alexandria Bay) will be
sold from Rochester in connection
with excursions of September 7 and
21, good to return to Rochester or to
Cuu'indaigua via Syracuse within five
days at rats of $5 50.
Tickets for a aide trip to Toronto
will be sold at Niagara Falls for $1.
00 on September 23. Iu connection
with f xcursion of Sr-p'eniber 7, tick
ets will bo sold to Toronto and re
turn at reduced ratr s account Tor
Fi r pupmphlets glviug full lr form
ation and h. tels, and for time of
connecting trains, apply to nearest
ticket scent or ddres3 Geo. . W.
Boy J, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, Broad S reet Station, Phila
'WHERE DIAMONDS ARE
Wt ere diamonds come from has
lorg been a ppzz'e to learned men.
Many people believe thy grow where
found, they alto believe that stones
cf all kinds grow. Chemists in cast
days Lava exhausted their Lest t-ff.irls
to compound diamonds, but all to no
purpose. Lately, geologists have
been giving the diamond considerable
attention, not as the chemist has
done, but he bus betm ex induing the
places in which the diamond has been
fouud. A good mtny diamonds
Lave been fjund in the United States
amoi'g the pebbh s left by tbo last ice
age, acd now the belief exists among
those who lidva investigated the mat
ter that the diamond was deposited
in the ice period, whence hs glacu rs
icraped ttu) diamond ih an other
question, if it is truo that the dia
mond is found ia found iu the deposit
of tho ieo period there may be dia
monds in Pennsylvania, ia the glacial
moraine. The ghcial moraine dees
not f xfend as far eonth ns tbo Juni
ata Vaib-y. The nearest points of
the gl.icinl moraine to Juniata coun
ty ere L) coining and Montour coun
ties. McAtlSTERVI LLK,
Aug. 30, 1899.
Harry Harman from Mechanics
burg, is home visiting his parents.
William Sprout who is employ
ed on the railroad at Lewistown,
spent Sunday with his parents.
Mr. Kurtz Obcrholtzer has re
turned to Lewistown, where he is
employed at his trade.
We are glad to know that Mr.
Reighard who has lieeu ill for some
time, is rapidly recovering.
Miss Grace Oberholtzer who has
been sick, with typhoid malari, is
Harry Shirk and Edward Swartz
lander, contemplate a trip to Phil
adelphia this week.
Bess and Mary Fisher accompan
ied by their sister Mrs. Margaret
Dock, have taken quite an exten
sive trip to different places of in
terest in New York State.
Ed. Landis of Phila, passed
through town to day on his way
The band report a very nice
time at Leonard's Grove.
DOCTOR VOCRSELF AT
Sffid for a. copy of Dr. Humph
rey's Manual of a'l diseases and doe
tor yourself at home. Sent free on
request. Humphrey's Medicine Co.,
New York city.
A THRILLING REMINIS
CENCE. Wheu on their trip to North Da
kota, Squire W. H. Groniuger and
his bfother -Mr. Henry Groninger
switched off southward to Missouri
where the Squire lived a quarter
of a century ago. They wanted to
visit the place where an awful
tragedy was enacted, and which
came near taking the life of the
Squire and can ed him to leave
Missouri and return to his native
county Juniata, lhe Squire at
that time occupied a house in com
pany with a man named, Switzer
also a Juniata county man. Oue
evening a great commotion took
place in Switzer's end of the build
ing. Groninger hastened overand
entered the house just iu time to
witness the shooting of his friend
by a desperado. Grouiuger sprang
at the murderer with the ferocity
of a man who understood the aw
ful situation of the case. The
murderer tied for the door and fir
ed the last shot of his revolver at
Grouinger's head. The desperado,
was considered a dead shot every
time, but that time he missed his
mark and the bullet passed through
Grouinger's hat rim and out
through the weather-boarding of
the house, leaving a hole large
enough to put a linger through.
On the trip mentioned above when
the Squire and his brother Henry
came to the property where the
tragedy was enacted they found a
new house, the proprietor of which
soon was led by the Squire into a
conversation on the early history
of the community. The proprie
tor recited with remarkable cor
rectness how desperadoes had sur
rounded the place and how one. of
them went into Switzer's place and
when his demands for plunder was
not granted shot Switzer, aud how
a neighbor havingcome to the help
of the Switzers, narrowly escaped
being shot iu the head, and how
the hole iu the weather-boarding
was shown to visitors, and how a
vigilance committed"' one night
hunted down the murderers and
thieves and hung them to the
limls of trees and settled the com
munity. It is now as law abiding
as any other peaceful fariningcom
munity. But that was not. all.
The proprietor went into a recital
of the fire that burned the house
in which the murder had been
committed. It was a fire that
burned as if kindled by demons,
and from the bullet hole made by
the shot at Groninger a long blue
jet of sulphurous tire streamed and
was strikingly visible till the
frame of the building tumbled in
to ashes. The proprietor of the
property could scarcely believe the
testimony of his own senses when
told that the larger man of the
two men there in his presence was
the one whose hat was perforated
by the last bullet in the p.'stol of
the man who had murdered Switz
er. it was a thrilling
MJ1RRUGE LICENCES GRANTED.
19. G. W. Diven, Peru
Florence Plank, Blair's
Aug. 2211. F. Walls, Lack
township; Carrie 1'leisher, lack
Aug. 2. John Maize, Port
Royal; Mrytle Strawser, Turbctt
On the 15th inst., at East Salem,
by Rev. John Landis, Dav id A.
Stimeling and Daisy L. Shotts
lergcr. Shirk M asterkox On the
Kith inst., at Mifllintown, by Rev.
W. H. Fahs, ..Wilson L. Shirk aud
Carrie I Mastcrson.
K KXX EDV K AUFFM AX On the
20th inst., by Rev. E. A. Pyles
James M. Kennedy aud Grace I.
Babik Bottf.uker Ou the
22nd inst., at Mifllintown, J
Frank Patterson, J. P., Wm. II
Babbs and Jennie May Botteicker
Stahr Watts On the 22nd
inst., by Levi Light, J. P., Lincoln
Stahr and Mary C. Watts.
Partner Kerlin On the24th
inst., at Mifllintown: by Rev. W,
H. Fahs, David E. Partner and
Ricedorf Heixrai-ji On the
24th inst., at Reed's Gap, by
Rev. Frank J. Miliuan, Levi H
Ricedorf and Cora E. Heinbnch.
Fisher Peck On the 24th
inst., at Mifllintown, by Rev. W.
H. Fahs, John W. Fisher and Mar
ilia K. Peck.
Pry Houtz. On the 24th
inst., at Mifllintowu, by Rev. W
II. Fahs, Samuel A. Pry and Kate
Page Swaktz On the 26th
inst., at East Salem, by Rev. John
Landis, Charles A. Page and Lav
ina Swartz, both of Juniata coun
Bikhop. On the 28th inst., in
Patterson, Bertha Bishop, aged 6
years, of diptheria. Interment in
Presbyterian cemetery on Monday
Dr. nmrid Kummmiy Fmroritm Mem4y fraqamUy c
members of a faaurr. While It la considered by nur t be a
Bladder Medicine, it la jost as certain
matism, Bcrofnla sad Bcxema. This
aeaiuy conoiuon, so may can sift all impurities from
Haalthy blood practically means a completely healthy
Hera ia a letter from Mrs. Capt. Pete Rack, oi
ft. T. : My husband was troubled with bis kidneys,
fearfully with ihooting paiaa through bis back. Ha
David Xenxedy Fvorit Remedy, and
is now well and strong. Although
seventy years of age, ho is as hearty as
a man many years younger. I was so
troubled with Dyspepsia that it waa
painful for ma to walk.
My food did mo no good,
as my stomach could
not digest it. Somebody
Remedy to me.and after
taking two bottles of it
I waa completely cured,
and am feeling splendid
now. - Wo both attribute
our good health to Fmvorlte Remedy."
It is prescribed with unfailing success for Nerve
Troubles, and for the Liver and Blood it to a specific.
It has cured many that were beyond the aid of other
medicine. Ask your druggist for It, and Insist upon getting it Dea't tak
substitute. It will cost you $i.oo for a regular full -fixed bottle.
Gsunplo BoWo Frco
If you want to try Favorite Remedy before buying, send your fall post
ofllce address to the Da. David Kbnnbdt Cokatjoi, Rondout, N. Y., and
mention this paper. They will send you a free trial bottle, all charges prepaid.
This genuine offer is mads to prove to everybody what a wonderful mediciae it m,
Mid-Summer Bargain Days
at Shott's Stores.
A Host of Bargains in Dry Goods,
8hocs unci Carpets.
Urblcscbed muslins at 3cts a yard.
Rotter nnblesobed muslin st 4ots a yard.
Kxtra quality uubleaobed muslin, 20 yards for $1.00.
Best bleaobed Hill muslin, 15 yds for $1.00.
lOo muelis, cut prices, at 6o a yard.
Union crash toweling, 7yds for 25ots.
All Lioen crash toweliDg 5yds for 25ctc
Good calicoes for 3lo a yard.
Best Lancaster Ginghams at 5otc: worth to day 7 lets.
Table Oil Clotb, 2yds for 25cts.
Flora Oil Cloth and Linoliums for 20o, 25o to 35c; worth 50cts.
Carpet! ut 12o, 18c, 20o and 25o.
Now is your time to buy carpet. They are going higher.
Pins Rugs in Brussel aud Velvet for 75ots and $1.00.
Stair Oil Cloth in Cut Prices at 4o a yard.
Men's Cheviot every day shirtings, 7yd" for 48ots
Fine Scotch lawns at 4e.
All our fine summer dress goods at extra low reduced prioe.
Red Bord fine Table Linen at 25c ts; worth 40cts.
White Summer Blankets, at 50ots a pair.
is the most important Mews of this Sale.
in our offerings, tiot a plunger spaEm or excitement, but a merchant's
plan, calmly formed and thoroughly
sale ot sbocs for cheapness and msgnitudce, which is without preoedeut.
These bhoes are all new. their equals are selling at 35 per cent higher through
out the Shoe Trade.
Men's Cslf Skin Shoes st $1.47; worth $2.50.
.Men's Wil.'ow Calf and Vici Leather at $1.47.
Men's Black Dress foot-wear:
Tans and Blacks, Hjle's FreucL l'atect LcalLcr all 4 bhtes at $2.68.
Ladies Black and Tan fine kid Leatbor Shoes, 800 pair, English styles
makes at $1.47, a saving of $1.00 a pair.
500 PAIR BOYS AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
at equally reduced. prices at Extra low values
103 TO 1O0 BRIDGE STREET.
1865, ESTABLISHED. 1890.
Special Invitation rVo Hit tublit
To attend the Attractive Sale of Clothing that goes on daily
THE IMMENSE STOCK
D. W. HAELEY.
It will be
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS
Who have money to invest to examine the Stock of Goods for
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STYLES
of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices.
His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail
to give him a call if in need of Clothing.
D. W. H ARLET
. MIPFLINTO WN" T?JL.
to cat Dyapepala. Caaatinatiea,
ia bscetiM It Brat pata the Udawjps fa
4,000 pair of fine shoes included lo
executed. Tbo purpose is to make a
You save over $1 on a
New Stock of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATS, FOROTTUttB '
' -GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE. AT-
Meyers' Big Stores.
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Men's and Boy's New Spring Suits.
The se Men s suits sre strictly all wool and we have them in all sises,
aiid we have them in single and double breasted at $4 62. Now men
fall into line and secure one of these Fine Imporjted Dress Suits, in
all shades and colors, and made perfect to equal merchant tailor
prices. Worth $18, for only $12. These Frock and Sack Suite we
have them in I1 sizes and styles, and we guarantee to give you a per
fect fit at $6.50. Yon can take your pick and fit from 372 fine dress
suits, which are made in Sacks and Cutaways, we have them in all
shades. Suits worth $12 we sell now at $3.75. We start the Boy a
department from $1 87 to $8.50: The assortment includes hundreds,
of double snd single breasted suits. Many of these suits being all
wool and thev are all in the LATEST SPRING PATTERNS in
brown, plaids, checks and plain colors. These are all well made aud
trimmed, and run in age from 10 to 19. Immense assortment to
. select hoax.
Our Children's Department.
The largest display of Boys' pants 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 Suits, sizes from 3 to 16, st 90o.
265 splended Vested Suits, at $1.25, would be cheap at the regular
price of $2. 567 Children's Suits, in Doublo Breasted and other
styles. Your choice at $2 38. 375 Children's Suite, this is a grand
line strictly, sll wool, Double Breasted at $3 88, whioh Bhould be $5.
A grand new line of Sprit g Hats 8nd Cups and Gent Far
ni rfiing Gcodp, of the greatest values ever offered, . A car load
of Trunks and Satchels at low prices.
T hemost marvelous showing of up-to-date Furniture ever attempt
ed. Everything new in diBi'gn, no old stock. Nothing but the very
best makes by the best manufacturers with such forsightedness that
we o ffer "Beautiful Furniture" at just one half the regular value.
We juet received snd unpacked the grandest design of new and
upon -date Furniture. Our three floors are packed to the utmost ex
tent for your inspection. A grand selection of Parlor Suitp, Uphols
tered Rockets, Conches, Lounges, Sofas, Extension Tables, Hall Racks,
Side Board, Bed Room Suits in numerous styles, Office, Dining Room
and Kitchen Chaire, Spring Mattressep, Cots, Cribs and Cradles. In
fact everything kept in a first class Furniture store.
Tusoarora Valley Railroad.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY, JUJX. 20,
DAILY, EXCEPT 8UMDAY.
Blair's Mills Lv.
Pleasar.t View . ,
Port Royal. , Ar.
Trains Nob. 1 and 2 connect at Port Royal
with Way Pauenffer and Seashore Express
on P. B. B., and Kos. 3 acd 4 witb llail east
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Blair's Mills Ar
39 5 24
53 5 38
01 15 46
06 5 51
23 6 08
40 6 25
53 6 38
00 6 45
08 6 53
14 6 59
20 7 05
Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect at Blair's
Mills with Concord, Doyletbnrg Dry Bun,
Nossville, Neelvton, Shade Gap, Shade
Valley and Goshorn Station Stags Lines.
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RAILROAD TINE TABLE.
pERRY COUNTY RAILROAD.
The following schedule went Into efleot
Nov. 16, 1896, and the trains vill be ran as
Leave arrive a. m p. ra
' Dnncannon 7 64 2 28
'King's Mill 7 49 2 28
-.-Sjilphor Springs 7 46 2 20
it . 7
-0L-LA1 3 IB
.tro Park 7 41 " VlT
5 10 10 43
6 16 3 49
5 21 9 64
6 24 9 67
5 27 10 05
5 82 10 ( 7
6 84 10 17
6 87 10 30
6 02 10 85
p. m a. m
Arrive Leave a. m p m
Train leaves BloomHeld at 6.63 a.
nd arrives at Landisbunr at 6.28 a,
Train leaves Landisbnrg at 6.08 p. m.,
arrives at Bloomfield at 6.40 p. 01.
All stations marked () are flag
at which trains will come to a full
Caas. II. Sauxar, S. H.
VIEWPORT AMD SHERMAN'S VAL
I 1 ley Railroad Company. Time table
of passengpr trains, in effect on Monday.
Ma; 18th, 1896.
I p. m a. m
STATIONS. West- East
8 I 1 2 4
Newprrt 6 0610 85 8 80
Buffalo Bridge 6 08 10 38 8 27 8 67
JnniaU Furnace ... 6 12 10 42 8 23 8 68
Wabneta 6 16 10 45 8 20 8 60
Pvlvan 6 25 10 62 8 16 3 46
Wit-r Plug 6 22 1101 811 8 41
Bloomfield Junct'n. 6 31 1109 8 08 8 88
Valley Road 6 391109 8 00 8 82
Elliottoburs 6 61:11 21 7 46 8 16
Green Park 6 64 11 24 7 40 8 10
Loj grille 7 06,11 85 4 84 8 Of
Fort Robeson 7 lljll 41 7 26 2 68
Center 7 15 11 45 7 lg 2 49
Cinoa'aRnn 7 21 11 61 7 16 2 45
Andcrsonburg 7 27 11 67 7 10 2 40
Blain 7 85 12 05 7 08 2 88
Mount Pleasant ... 7 41 12 11 6 68 2 24
New Germant'n ... 7 45 12 16 6 60 2 20
D. GRING, President and Manager
, K. MfLLsa. General Agent.
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