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WEDNESDAY, JAX. 24, 1U00.J
B. F. SCHWEIER,
JEDITOK AND PKOPRIKTUB.
TwtNT? 8EVFS million people in In
dia are BiiflVriupr du account of a
earcity of cattle, water and food.
PoLTOAMIBT Kohkhts cannot ant. a
seat in Congress on account of hav-
.u kjo many wives. He Iiaa tbree
living wive and takes care of them
all and lives with all by turns.
A rvBLic meeting to express ym
patbyfor the Botra was held in
Washington, D. C, last Silnrday. It
is possible that a public meeting to
express sympathy for Acruinaldo
.... II t , , . . .V
cuuiu oe neiu in me same city.
ihx anti cxpansioniBla propose
noiaing a oonvenUon in Philadelphia.
ebruary 22 and 33. They might as
well try to dip the water of the
Schuylkill into the Delaware with a
qnart pot as to stop expansion. It
has been fore ordained for the good
i an concerned or for the destruc
tion of the Republic, but fore-ordain
ed it is.
Tatar, is a wilderness of machinery
made to save the mnscular work of
man and borsea. If something could
be invented to consume another time
as much wheat and corn and oats as
ia now grown, the price of grain
would be advanced and farming
would be a more uavinir bnainesa
As the situation now is the consump-
tics or grain of all kinds is so large
that the price is low compared with
an oiuer tilings that are produced
i or exenange or sale.
The Filipino question Las been a
question in congress and the McKid
ley administration has been criticU
ed and denounced by a number of
senators for having the Filipino war
on nana and for keeping up tbe war
with the inhabitants of the Phillip-
pine Islands when the with-drawal
of tbe troops would bring peace at
once. Xbeyarguo that tbe Ameri
cans did not go to Manila to tight
toe inhabitants of the islands,
that they were sent there to defeat
CJ 1- i j I
UJO k IDILU II. II IIKVV HI1I1 HrlllT. 11 1 1 1 1IM V-
ing accomplished that mission tbey
hould have come home and left the
islanders to govern themselves. Tbe
Administration declares tbat it would
be injustice to the people of tbe
Phillipiue islands to leave tbe people
there to tbe rule of scheming men
who would take advantage of tbe
masses and instead of giving them
a republican form of government
would establish a : monarchy. The
administration will guarantee them
protection from domestic and for
eign foes just as soon as the authori
ty of the United States is recognized
and peace is established by the in
surgents refraining from war.
Trr democrats are harder pushed
Mexico by special Pullman train ofi Fr Rtil.
parlor-smoking, dining, al.eninjr. House and stable on Washington
compartment, and observation w.s,l8trfcet AWres8 Jog. A. Adlnia,
to leave New York and Philadelphia
February la, vinting all the princi
pal points of interest in the "Land of
Montezuma," and spending five days
in the City of Mexico.
Hound-trip tickets, covering a'l
necessary expenses, $300 from all
points on the Pennsylvania railroad.
For further information apply to
ticket agente; Tourist Agent, 1196
Broadway, New York; 4 Court Kt-eet,
Brooklyn: 789 Broad Street, New-
Van Wert, Juniata Co., Pa.
Eagi.kk. On the 18th inst., in
Walker township, Abba C. Eagler
at the home of her parents of catarh
ral fever, aged 2 years. Inter
inent January 20 at East Salem.
Longachk. On the 12th inst.,
at her home near Cross Koarts iu
ark, N. J : B. Courlaender, Jr., Puss Delaware township, fda J. Loug-
enger Agent, Bdtimore DMrict, Bal- acre, aged .'15 years, 3 months and
timore, Md.; Colin Studd, Passen 12 days, wife ot David E. Long,
ger Agent, Southeastern Dia'rict, ' acre.
Waahington.D.C; Thoa. E. Watt, I DoI.AX.0n the 22nd inst, at
jrasseuger Agenr, v estern awinci,
i niaourp, ra.; or nuuress uea w. i
Boyd, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, Philadelphia. feb.10
ni., Miss Mary R.Dolanof con
sumption at the home of her moth
er Mrs. Ezra Dolan, deceased, in
Milfonl township, aged 29 years
Interment at 2 p. m. this Wednes
day in Presbyterian cemetery at
Kai-kfmax. On the 2.1rd of
at his home in
1 "Y. Kauffiuau
Solomon W. KaiifTman was Ixirn
UTPSOTIZUO THE JUDGE.
A 3t year old thief was Itefore
Judge Foster iu New York under
tin. irnrp, nf rnllrv- Tht
thief was a professional hvpuotizer j J?w'e,llber 'SW, a(
and he said: "I'll hypnotize the aw,,8,i,P
Judge and get a light seutenee.
IT A va t.riii.vtir m tliA -TlirlfTtf.
for sentence. He sto.Ml erect suld ji Walker towiiship, Juniata 0
rpi, ; i i., in 194, anu uieu aimow. who
in speaking instance ot tne place
of his birth. He was the oldest
sou of Abraham and Hannah
Kaufliiiau. In his youth he mar
looked the Judge in the face
Judge said you have been declared
by the jury, guilty of robbery, and
they say vou are a hypnotist.
Yes!" said the thief and he made
several graceful passe in front of , ried ntr Pdl
t..j. rru ' T...1 i.,i him to the unseen world twenty
the Judge. The Judge closed his
eyes, kept them closed a few sec
onds, then opened them in a
dreamy way and said: "You are
sentenced to 12 years iu Sing, Sing.
TWO WEEKS TOUR VIA rKNKBYLVAMA
The first Pennsylvania Railroad
tour of tbe season to Jacksonville, al
lowing two weeks in Florida, will
leave New York and Philadelphia,
Excursion ticket?, including rail
way transportation, Pullman accom-
modatior s (one berth), and niea's en
route iu both directions while ' travel
ing on tbe special traiu, will be sold
at the following rales: New York,
$50 00; Philadelphia, Harrisbuif,
Baltimore and Washington $48 00;
Pittsburg, $-53 00, and at proportion
ate rates from other points.
Fur tn-keta itineraries, nod other
information appir to ticket agents,
Ajrent at 119G Broadway, Nw York;
4 Court Street; Brooklyn: 789 Broad
Stree. Newaak, N. J ; B Courlaen-
der, Jr , Passenger Agent Baltimore
District, Baltimore, Md ; Colin
Studda, Passenger Agent South east
ern District, Washington, D. C : Thoa
E Watt, Passenger Agent Weptcm
District, Pittsburg. Pi.; or to Geo.
W. Boyd, Assistant Gtnerl Passen
ger Agent, liroad Street station,
Philadelphi a feu. t.-
ouiiuiiia un ,... j.. a. uert was
a surplus of four hundred million
dollars in tbe treasury and tbat Bur
plus was the battle cry of the Cleve
land campaign. The battle cry of
his second campaign was the tariff
and the manufacturers. Tbe tariff
was declared unconstitutional and
legalized robbery and tbe manufac
turer was likened to a Baron robber
of middle-aged times. Cleveland's
election both times sent the busi
ness to pieces. Then came Bryan
with a third issue that of the free
coinage of silver 16 to 1 and on that
the erring brethren politicians were
beaten. Now the leaders of the
democracy whose tanks are thinning
rapidly are looking for a new issue
wich which to make a battle in the
new campaign in the campaign of
1900. What shall the battle-cry be?
The Republicans under McEinley
have the country again on a self-supporting
basis with something to
spare. There is a fund of consider
able size in tbo treasury. Tbe dem
ocrats would like to get in and spend
it like they did in Cleveland's first
administration. In his first admin
istration tbey spent all the surplus
they could lay their hands on and in
his second administration they went
into debt. Tbey had to sell bonds to
get money to pay the running ex
penses of government and brougbt a
business wrecking panic on the
country. Tbe country would be
bankrupt if Bryan had been elected.
Now what shall their battle cry be ?
Will tbey again take up tbe snrplus
in tbe treasury? and add to it free
silver and opposition to the United
States acquiring tbe Pbillipine Is
lands. Will they denounce expan
sion as they call it?
THIRTY ONE DAIS TOCB VIA PESK8TLVA
The Pennsylvania Railroad Com
paoy has arranged lor a special per
sonally conducted tour through Cali
fornia to leave New York and Phila
delphia on February 27, by specil
V ullman drawing-room sleaping cai
and connecting at El Paso with the
"Mexico and California Special,"
composed exclusively of Pullman par
lor smoking, dining, drawing-room
sleeping, compart, and observation
cars for tour through California, re
turning by March 29.
Round-trip tickets, covering all
necessary expenses, $375 from all
points on Pennsylvania Railroad.
For further information applv to
ticket agent; Tourist Agent, 1190
Broadway, New York; 4 fourt Street,
Brooklyn; 789 Broad Street, Newark,
N. J.; B. Courlaender, Jr Passenger
Agent Baltimore District, Baltimore,
Md ; Colin Studds, Passenger Agent
Southeastern District, Washington,
D. C ; Thos. E Watt, Passenger
Agent, Western District, Pittsburg,
Pa.; or address ieo. W. Boyd, AssiS'
tant General Passenger Agent, Phil
TWESTT THREE DATS TOUB VIA
The Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany baa arranged for a special per
sonallyeondueted toar through old
BRAVE MEN FA K la
Victims to stomach, liver and ki'loey
trouble aa well ax women, and" all teel the
results in Iom of ar-peti poiaora in tbe
-..;J qj ..... t Jch
, - i feeii.iK. Din
el to feel like that. Listen to
J. Wt Oa-dner. Idavilli. Ind. Re says :
Electric But tin are inst tbe thine Tor a
man when he is all ran down, and don't
care whether ho lives or dies. It di I
more to rive me new strength and good
aepctitd thon anything I could take. I
can now eat anything aid have a new luasn
on lire." Only 50 cents at M. P. Ursw-
lorda Drag Store. Every bottle gnaran-teed.
MEXICO AID CA 1.1 FORM 1 1.
rORTT-SlX DAYS TOl'R VIA
The Pennsylvania Railroad personally-conducted
tour to Mexico and
California wk.J-leaves New York
and Philadelphia on February 12
(Pittsburg February 13) by special
years. The family of S. , and
I Mary KaiifTman consisted of thir
I teen children, teu of whom grew to
(adult age. Nine survive him. M
Kauffiuau iu his youth devoted
his time to teaching in the public
schools A 1 xiut the time of the
discovery of gold in California, be
made a tour through the west go
ing as far as the Missouri river.
Some time after his marriage with
Miss Musser they united with the
Dunkard church and iu the same
year he was elected to the minis
try He remained a consistent
church memlier until the close of
Lyons. On the 17th inst., at
the home of her hnsliand Judge
Jeremiah Lyons. Mrs. Ada M.
Lyons. Interment in the Presby
terian remetery ou the 2Jnd inst.
The Presbyterian Sunday ScIukjI
in which Mrs. Lyons taught a
class many vears passed a scries of
resolutions on her demise as follows;
Whereas, by the wise dispensa
tion of the (Jreatest Ruler of the
universe, deaths" dark angel has
crossed the portals of our Sunday
School room and laid its icy hand
upon one of our lteloved teachers.
Mrs. Ada M. Lyons, who for
many years was the faithful head
of the primary department has an
swered her last roll call.
Her lips that during these years
delivered a cheerful greeting to
each little one as thev entered her
department are now mute in death.
Her vouw that in its simple earn
est manner, pointed the litl ones
The following scale of prices for an
nouncements baa been mutually agreed
upon hy tbe undersigned and no devla
tiorvfrom the same will be made.
Congress $25; Senator $10; Legisla
ture 7 ; Register & Recorder ?5; Sheriff
So: .Representative Delegate to state
Convention and Chairman .of County
Committee each ?:t.
.A. C. ALLISON,
Editor Juniata Herald.
B. F. SCHWEIER, .
Editor Sentinel and Republican.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Congress in the 18th Con
cresHion&l district, suhiect to the rules
'of the Republican part v.
THADDEUS M. MAHON.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for State Senate subject to the
rules and usages of the Itepuhlican
party. WILLIAM HERTZLER.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for State Legislature subject to
the rules and usages or the itepuoucan
party. WM. H. ROIKSEHS.
I herebv announce myself as a candi
date for State Iegislature subject to the
rules and usages of the Republican
party. Tl iOMAS K. BEAVER.
FOR REGISTER AND RECORDER.
I herebv announce myself as a candi
date for Register and Recorder, subject
to the rules and usages of the Republv
can nartv. JamksJ. McMi'I.i.ix.
itr. Ediinr: 'lease announce that I
am a candidate for the office of Regis-
tor and Recorder, subject to the rules
tiiat govern the Republican party
D. Samcei. Leonard.
I hrebv announce mvself as a candi-
dnte for Chairman of the Republican
("ountv Committee, subject to the rules
and usages of the Remiblii'an narty.
Wir.i. L. Hooi'Ks.
lo innt t-Tik
to come unto
and forbid them not, for of such is
the kingdom of heaven,"' is now
hushed, silent in the presence of
that great Savior, whom Bhc loved,
ami for whom she so earnestly la
bored. Her Issly always full of
energy for the Master, often rack
ed with paiu is now iu tbe cold em-
biai-e of the angel of death, free
from paiu and the spirit has gone
to Cod who gave it.
Loving wife. Faithful Teacher,
True friend, Kind neighlsir, De
vout Christian, Patient sufferer, at
peace, at rest, therefore be it
Resolved: That the bereaved
husband has our heartfelt, sincere
sympathy, in this hour of his
March lfi. Samuel Sieler will sell at
his farm in Walker township, horses.
cattle, sheep, hogs and a full assortment
of farming machinery and implements.
March 13. Andrew Beashor near
Oakland Mills, horses, cattle, sheep and
farm implements of all kinds and house
hold goods. Sale at 9 o'clock a. m.
March 24. 1. T. Adam on his farm
near Johnstown, Live Stock and farm
Tuesday, March 30th at 10 o'clock a.
m., William J'ufTenbersrer will sell ou
his farm in Keniianaeh. township, three
miles east of Mifflintown, horses, cows,
young cattle, brood sows, pigs, wagons.
gears and all his farming implements.
January 31. Sadie E. Jamison and
Mrs. M. Bear, exeeutrixes's sale of real
estate in Fayette township.
January 25. Harvey A. Foltz, ad
ministrator, real estate iu Monroe town
March 15. Jonathan Keiscr. live
stock, farm implements, iti Delaware
March o. C. (J. Pellnian, personal
;riicrty at Richlield.
February 10. C. YV. Stewart, live
stock and farm utensils iu Beale town-'
February 21. Frank Barton, live
I stock and farmingtnplements at Plea-
niCr February "7 Andrew Itanks admin
istrator, live stock and farm imple
ments in Fermanagh township, on
tensely inter, s'ting portion of North ! "iT""' Ur.
America. M xtco, California and Col
orado are a mighty trio in all tbat
appeals to and facinates tbe tourist.
Stops will be m de at S in Anton
io, Tampico, Guanajaata, Guadula
jara, Qaeretaro, City of Mexico (live
days), Cuernavaca, Aguascalientes
Los Angeles, Sin Diego, Riverside,
PasadeDa, Santa Barbara, San Jose
Mr. Hamilton), Del Monte, San Fran
cisco (five days). Salt Like City, Col
orado Springs, Denver, Chicago and
other points of interest. Fourteen
days will be epent in Mexico and
nineteen in Ciiifimia.
The "Mexico and California Spec
ial," an exclusively Pullman train o
Parlor-Smoking, Dining, Drawing
room Sloepio?, and Observation cai s,
will be used over tbe entire route.
Round trip rate, tncuting all ntc
essary expenses during entire trip, $550
from all points on the Pennsylvania
Railroad System east of Pittsburg:
$545 from Pittsburg. For itinerary
and fall information apply to ticket
agents; Touriat Agent, 1196 Broad
way, New York; 4 Court St re,
Brooklyn; 789 Broad Street, N. J.;
B. Courlaender, J r Passenger Agnt
Baltimore District, Bi lti more, Md ;
Colin Studds, Passenger Agent,
Southeastern District, Washington,
D. C ; Thos. E. Watt, Passeng r
Agent, Western District, Pittsbursr.
Pa ; or address Geo W. Boyd, As
si6tant General Passenger A?eut.
Broad Street Station, Philadelphia,
A New Hampshire man wished t
hare telephone connection between hta
house and a new one built for his
son's summer residence. The best
route took the wire over the cottage
of an old lady, to whom he applied for
permission to make tbe alight use of
her roof that was necessary.
Tbe old lady gave her consent, bat
made a firm stipulation at tbe same
"I'm willing you should run wires
over my reof and hitch 'em wherever
yon see fit," she said pleasantly, "pro
vided you don't use 'em after 9 o'clock
at nlgbt. That's my bedtime, and I'm
a light sleper at beat, and tbe noise
f folks talkiag overhead would be
sure to -keep me awake." lenth'a
Messrs. Macmillan, tbe great Londoa
booksellers, in their spacious premises
have. It la stated, shelf room for 4,800.
Let evary ane turn himself rxxrad aad
took at heme, and be will and eoengb
prayer that her Savior may be his
Savior. That he may look to him
to heal this bleeding wound, and
be enabled to say in submission
and humility, "The Lord gave
and the Lord hath taken away.
Blessed bethe name of the Lord."
Resolved: That as a. token of re
spect her chair le draped in mourn
ing for the space of thirty days.
Resolved: That these resolutions
lie spread upon the minutes of the
Sunday school, and a copy be sent
to her husband.
The above resolutions were un
animously adopted by a rising vote.
RED HOT FROM THE GUM
Wan the bill thrt hit G. B. Steaiman, of
Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. I
calmed horrible Ulcers th.it no treatment
bet ped for 20 years. Then Bucklen'a
Arnci Stive cured In Cures Cuts,
Bruises, Burns, Boils, felon, Corns, S kin
Eruptions- Best Pile cure on earth. 25c.
a boj. Cure guaranteed. Sold by M. P.
A Simple Fire Exttaicalaher.
In German varnish factories an easy
way to extinguish a burning pan of oil
Las been-found In the use of a line
meshed wire net. As soon as this cov
ers the burning surface the irou r.irea
conduct off the beat so rapidly that tbe
gases can no longer name. It is the
principle of the Iavy safety lamp and
uilglit be employed In various ways to
extinguish burning gases.
March I. T. M. Crawford, mi Sam
uel Pannebaker's farm at Honey Grove,
horses, cattle and farm implements.
March 3. John C. Kby, live stock
and farm implements near Acadeniia.
March 18 Samuel Horninir, live
cattle and farm implements in Fer
March 10 Charles (rnninger, farm
implements ami household gissls in
March Id. K. Sielier. farm imple
ments and live stock in Walker town
ship. March L-0. W. L. McDonald, live
stock and farm implements in Milford
March i!. J. T. Ailman, live stock
stock and farm implements in Walker
March 23. Styles K.'Bndeu, live
stock and farm implements in Beale
March 27. E. M. Nipple, live stock
and farm implements iu j Beale town
ship. March 28. Win. -Varnes, live stock
and farm implements in Walker township.
UIFFMNTOWN Of Al t 'ARK UTS
ru in oar ,
Shoulder -. ,
Clovnrseed . .... ,
F'ai seed........ ......
Chop ... ..
Ground -Iu Salt
new tftc, old Oti
, new 22
....85c to 90c
There Is Biblical proof of the fact
that gloves have liocn worn 3.O0O
years. Tbe first mention of them la
made In tbe hook of Ruth.
The finest, purest and most nutritious
animal jelly known la that made from
A cy o inimite us to he aimosr in
visible ran three Inches in a half sec
ond and was -alciI:iicd to make no
less than MO steps In the time a
healthy n:nu world tftke to breathe
once. A i!i:tn with proportionate abili
ty couldruti -4 miles In a minute.
Originally c!h-?;s had only the Iionr
baud. bt;l the miiuiie was added later,
s it ln'cauic fashionable In make the
dials as decomrlve ns possible.
Tk M4eat Uwrn.
A lawyer walked down tbe street re
cently with bis length of arms tamed to
hold a lot of law books.
Pointing to the books, a friend said,
"Why. I thought you carried all tbat
stuff In your heady
"I do." quickly replied the lawyer,
with a knowing wink. " luasii are for
the Judges. "
Philadelphia, January 22 Wheat
G9 to 70c; Corn 37 to 38o; Oits 31 to
32c; Potatoes, choioe, pur bushel 58
to 60c; batter, western cieauiery 25c;
prints 25c; eggs, fresh nearby 21c;
live poultry, old roosters 6 to 7c;
spring chickens 8 to 9c; ducks 10 to
11c; geese 9 to 10c; turkeys 8 to 9c;
dressed poultry, fowls, choice, 10c;
do, fair to good, 9 to 9Jc; old roos
ters 7c; chickens neorbv 9 to 12c;
large 1 J to lie; eood 9 to 10c; ducks
8 to 11c; geese 7 to 9c.
East Libebtv, Pa.. January 22
Cattle, extra $5.70a6.00; prime $5.40
no 65; common $3 00 to 3.C0.
Hog: 1.90a4 95; heavy Yorkers
$4 85a4 90; light Yorkers, 75a4 80:
pigs $4 25a4 40; roughs $3.004 40.
Sheep Choice wether 14 65a4 80;
common $2 00a3 25; choice lambs,
$6.25a6.40; common to good $4 75
6.20; veal calves 7a7.75.
WORKING MIGHT A HO DAT
The basiest and mightiest littfo thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New Life
Pits. Eveiypillis sugar coated globule
of health, that changes weakness into
strength, listlessness into energy, brain-fag
isrtasasHal power. They're wonderful in
SwiiMifi nn thi hAnltk. flnlv n knv
Said by M. P. Crawford.
laBtlalil ratra Sale
Bv virtue of an order Issued out oi
the Orphans' Court of Juniata county,
the undersigned administrator c t. a. of
Phiiin Mwm-tv late of Monroe town
ship in said county, deceased, will offer
at public sale on tins premises, aliout 3
miles soutn or iticnneiu iiu hihwi i
mile west of Knousetown, on
TlICKSDAY, JANI'AKY 23, 1K),
At one o'clock p. m-.
ALL THAT CERTAIN MESSUAGE
AND TRACT OF liAiSU
situate in Monroe township. Juniata
county. Pa., Iiounded and deseritied aa
I In th north bv lands of Solo-
mon Kuouse: on the east by lands of,
Harvey A. Foltz; on the south hy lands
of Catharine Feltman and licirsof John I
Hupp, and on the west by lands or
Henrv Kieslimr. containing aliout fif
ty-five (55) Acres, be tbe aame more
or less, having thereon erected a
Lot Hot-SB, Bank Barn,
....I nikor oiitlmildinirs. About FIFTY
(50) Acres are cleared and under culti
vation, and the lialance is well set with
rrvflr nab and chestnut tindicr. This
property is convenient to church,
school. 'mill, market, and post-office,
and should lie examined by those who
are looking for a home.
Tprnm of Knle: Ten ner -ent. of the
m.rohaaA mmiPV to lie Maid Oil da.V of
sale; 40 per cent before confirmation of
the sale bv the court, and the balance
of 50 per cent, on April 1st. 13ti, wnen
deed will lie delivered and possession
Harvey A. Koi.tz,
Dec. 28, 1899. Administrator c. t- a.
torn. B. Aran.".. . 5
TMnawn - "
ATTORNEYS- AT - LAW.
w w.i. atnwt. la place of reaV
ny-Celleetlag and GoBTTanclng Promi I
ly attended to.
a9-Collectionandall legal busi
ness promptly attended to
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE.
iMj4Utoit,M. Daawni MXaAWoai
R. D. M. CRAWFORD sun ,
MI1XIOH4 GITEW 4WAI.
It is certainl gratifying to the puhlic to
kpow of one concern in the Isnd who are
not afraid to he generous to Ihe need anl
anflerinc. Th rroprletora of Dr. King's
New rieoverv lor Consumption, Coughs
nl Oolrts. hvs gien away oer ten mil
lion trial hottles of this great medicine ;
and hive the sottsfahtlan nl knowing It hos
absolutely cured thomtnds of hape'eas
esses. As'bnin. Brodchltis, Hoarseness
nd all diseases of to Throat. Ohost and
Lnnes are sneely cured by it. Call on M.
P. Crawford. Driiig.st. and get a free trial
bottle. ReenUr sla 60c. and $1, Every
bottle guaranteed, or price rofnnded.
DTSSOLVTION- OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the late
firm of (ieorge O. and Marv W. Mc
Culhx-h has len dissolved bv the death
of the said (leonre (J. McCulloch. All
liersons indelited to said firm are here
by roiuired to pav proniptlv. and such
as have n-counts airiiitixt the same to
present their demands for settlement ti
Mary V. M-t'ullM-h surviving artner
or to her Attornev-in fact Charles C.
McCulloch. who is at present in charge
of the linn's hnsiness on the nremises
at McCulloch' Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
Notice is herebv given to all in-rsons
havinff claims mruinst the estate of Mrs.
M. K. Thompson, deceased, widow of
William (. Thompson, deceased, to
present them proncrlv authenticate! to
the ondersiirned Altornev of Mrs Lillie
f Trexler the exei'iitrix named in tbe
last will and testnment of Mrs. M. E
Thompson. Wii.i, I.. Ho.kp.
Att'y for Mrs. Lillie T. Tresler.
Notice is herebv given that letters of
Administration in the estate of t.eonre
(4. McCulloch. late of Tuacarora town
ship, Juniata countv. Pa., deceased.
At - GiS,ei) granted to the. underslirned.
re.'. loirs, in ojj.,. i.,i., u mw
having claims umiiiw iie said estate
will present the same for iiavn.ent to.
t . C. MrCi-i.iiiH'ii,
McCulloch Vjils. Juniata Co., Pa .
n the estate of Eli.fiK-th Klintrer. late
of Susuehauiia township, dee'd.
The umlersigneil havinelieeii nnrxiiiil-
ed nn Auditor bv the Orphans' Court
of .Tiiiiiatn countv to hear and determine
all ijucstimis of fact and law. raised by
tbe exceptions to ttie account of John
I'., kliiurer. one of the executors of
Klizatieth Klinger. late of Susquehanna
township, deceased, restate the aci-ount
f necessarv and make distribution of
the balance found to lie in the hands of
said accountant, and also to make dis
tribution of the balance iu the hands of
tJeonre Klineer. his co-executor of the
estste of the said Elixalicth Klinger.
deceased, will sit for the purnosc of his
npiMMwiiiem.-flT nis nmee in me isir
oueh of Miftlintown. Pa.. Iietween the
hours of 0 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p.
m . on edncsdav. Janunrv 24. 1900. at
which time anil place all persons in in
terest shall lie present, ami all those
hnvinsr claims against the said estate
shall nresent the same or I forever de
barred from participating in said fund
YV I UlKltFI IIH'K SCIIWrVF.lt.
Jan. 2, lon. Auditor.
Whereas, the Hon. J ERE I AH
LYONS. President Judge of the Court
of Common Pleas, for the Forty-First
Judicial District, composed of the coun
ties of Juniata and Perrv. and theHou-
nrables WM. SWARTZ and W. N.
STERRETT. Assm iate Judges of the
said court of Common Pleas of Juniata
countv. bv precept dulv issued and to
me directed for holding a Court of Over
and Terminer and Oeneral Jail Deliv
ery, and f letters I Quarter Sessions of
the Peace at Mifflintown. on the
FIRST MONDAY OF FF.RRCARY.
1000. RF.INO THE 5TH DAY OF
Notice is iikrfrv sivkn. to the
Coroner. Justices of the Peace and Con
stables of the Countv of Juniata, that
they lie then and there in their proper
liersons. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, with their records, inquisi
tions, examinations and Oyer remem
lieranees. to do those things thai to
do those things that to tlieir ofiii-es re
spectfully appertain, and those that are
bound bv reitignizance to prosecute
against the prisoners that are or may
be in the Jail of said county, lie then
and there to prosecute against them as
shall lie just.
Ry an Act of Assembly liassed the
fith day of Mav, 1S54, it made duty of
Justices of the Peace of the several
counties of this Commonwealth, to re
turn to the Clerk of the Court of Quar
ter Sessions of the respective counties,
all the recognizances entered into lie
fore them hy any person or persons
charged with the Commission of any
crime, exi-ept such cases a may lie
ended liefore a Justice of the Peace, un
der existing laws, at least ten days lie
fore the commencement of the session
of the (Vurt to which thev are made
returnable respectively, and In all eaees
where recognizances are entered into
less than ten days lefore the com
mencement of the session to which they
are made returnable, the said Just ices
are to return the same in the same
manner aa if said Act had not been
Dated at Mifflintown. the 3rd dav of
January in the year "f our Lord one
thousand nine huno,d.
S. Clayton Stoner, Sheriff.
Mifflintown. Pa. January 3, 1900.
OICM RED BLOOD is the toe
li dationof good health. ThatJsv&T
Hood's Sanaparilla, the One TTO
2!oHI Partner. ?ves HE ALT,
or aeaiciBe ana won - ,
Office at old stand, corner of Third "
ange streets, Mifflintown, Pa. Oae or bo'r
. .. r a .1 ihir nHire at all
o mora wiu iu... - - -
times, unless otherwise professiooslly en
April 1st. 1896.
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental
College. Office at old established lo
eation, Bridge Street, opposite Court
House. Jlfifflintown, Pa.
ifj" Crown and Bridge work;
Painless Ei traction.
AH work guaranteed.
Schedule in Effect Xov. 10,
Way Passenger, leaves Philadelphia
at 4 30 a. m: Harriahure 8 00 a. m:
Duncannon 8 35 a. m: New Port 9 0-1
a. m; Millerstown 9 15 a. m: Durword
21 a. m: Thompsontowii 9 20 a. m;
Van Dvke 33 a. m: Tuscarora 9 36 a.
m: Mexico 9 40 a. m; Pirt Royal 9 44 a.
m: Mifflin 9 50 a. m; Denholm 9 55 a.
m: Lewistown 10 13 a. m: McVeytown
10 38 a. m: Newton Hamilton 11 00 a.
in- Mount Union 11 06 a. m: Hunting
don 11 32 n. m: Tyrone 12 20 p. m: Al-
loona 1 00 n. m: Pittsburg 5 50 p. m
Mail leaves Philadelphia at 7 00 a. m:
Harrisburg r 11 48 a. m: Alimm l li
p. m: Iiewistown 1 30 p. m: Hunting
don 2 2 p. in: Tvrone 3 12 p. m; Al
toona 3 45 p. m: Pittsburg 8 40 p. m.
Altooua Accommodation leaves Har
risburg at 5 00 p. m; Duncannon 5 34
p. m; Newport 6 02 p. m; Millerstown
6 11 p. in: Thompsontowii 6 21 p. m;
Tuscarora fi 30 p. ni: Mexico 0 33 p. ni:
Port Royal 38 p. m: Mifflin 6 43 p. m;
Denholm 15 49 p. m: Ijewistown 7 07 p.
ni: McVevtown 7 30 p. m: Newton
Hamilton 7 50 p. m: Huntingdon 8 20
p. m; Tyrone 9 02 p. iu; Altoona 9 35
Pacific Express leaves Philadelphia
at 11 211 p. m: Harrisburg at H oil a. ni.
Marysville 3 14 a. ni. Duncannon 3 29
a m. Newport S 52 a m. Port Royal
4 25 a. m. Mifflin 4.30 a. m. Lewistown
452 am. Newton Hamilton 5 33 a. m.
Huntingdon f 03 a. m. Petersburg ? 19
a. ni. Tyrone 6 52 a. ni. Altooua 7 40 a.
m. Pittsburg 12 10 a. m.
Oyster Express leaves Philadelphia
at 4 35 p. m. Harrisburg at 10 20 p. ni.
Newport 11 00 p. m. Mifflin 11 40 p. m.
Iiewistown 11 58 p. m.; Huntingdon 12
55 a. m. Tyrone 1 32 a. m. Altoona 2 00
a. m. Jlttsliurg o ho a. m.
Fast Iiine leaves Philadelphia at 12
25 p. m. Harrisiiurgs 4- p. m. uuncan
non 4 10 p. m. Newport 4 30 p. m. Mif
flin 5 02 p. m. Iiewistown 5 'SZ p. ni.
Mount Cnion 6 03 it. m. Huntiugdoii
ft. 22 n. ra. Tyrone fi 59 p. m. Altoona
7 35 ivni. Pittsburg 11 30 p. m
Altoona Accommodation leaves Al
toona at 5 00 a. m. Tyrone 5 24 a. in.
Petersburg 5 45 a. m. Huntingdon 5 57
m. Newton Hamilton ft 21 a. ni. Mc
Vevtown ft 37 a. m. Ijewistown 6 58 a.
m. Mifflin 7.18 a. m. Port Roval 7 22 a.
in. Thompsontowii 7 37 a. m. Millers
town 7 4 a. m. Newort 7 55 a. m
Duncannon 8 20 a.m. Harrisburg 8 50
Sea Shore leaves Pittsburg at 2 50 a.
ni. Altoona 7 15 a. ni. Tvrone 7 48 a. ni.
Huntingdon 8 30 a. in. McVevtown 9 15
a. in. Ijewistown 9 35 a. m. Miftlm 9 55
a. m. Port Royal'9 59a. m. Thompson
towii io li a. m. Millerstown 10 22 a.
in. New port 1132 a. m. Duiicaiitmii lo
54 a. m. Marysville II 07 a. m. Harris
burg 1 1 25 a. m. Philadelphia 3 00 p. iu.
Main Line Express leaves Pittsburg
at 8 00 a. m. Altooua 1 1 40 a. in. Tyrone
12 03 p. ni. Huntingdon 12 35 p. m.
Iewistown 1 33 p in. Mifflin 1 50 p. ni.
Harrisburg 3 10 p. in. Raltimore ft 00 p.
m. Washington 7 15 p. m. Philadelphia
6 23 p. m.
Mail leaves Altoona at 2 05 p. m. Ty
rone 235 p ni. Huntingdon 3 17 p- ill.
Newton sV.iiniltou 3 47 p. m. McVey
town 4 20 p. m. Iiewistown 4 33 p. in.
Mifflin 4 55 p. m. Port Royal 5 00 p. m.
Mexico 5 20 p. m. Thompsontowii 5 18
p.m. Millerstown 5 28 p. m. Newport
5 39 p. in. Duncannon ft 08 p. in. Har
risburg ft 45 p. m.
Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 12 45
p. m. Altoona 5 55 p. m. Tyrone ft 27
p. m. Huntingdon 7 10 p. ni. VcVey-
town i .i p. ni. iiewistown n in p. in.
Mifflin 8 SO p. m. Port Royal 8 34 p. m.
Millerstown 8 57 p. ni. Newport 9 05 p.
m. Duncaunou 9 29 p.m. Harrisburg
10 00 p m.
Philadelphia Express leaves Pitts
burg at 4 80 p. ni. Altoona 9 05 p. in.
Tyrone 9 33 p. in. Huntiugdoii 10 12 p.
m. Mount Union 10 32 p. m. Iiewis
town 11 1ft p. ni. AfiHlin 11 37 p. m. Har
risburg 1 00 a m Philadelphia 4 30.
At Iiewistown Junction. For Sun
bury 7 50 a. m. and 3 40 p. m. week
days. For Ailroy 7 55, 11 15 a. m. and 3 00
p. m. week-days.
At Tyrone. For Clearfield and Cur
wensville 8 20 a. m. 3 20 and 7 20 p. ni.
For Rellefoute and Iock Haven 8 10
a. 111. 12 30 and 7 15 p. m. week-da vs.
For further information apply to
Ticket Agents, or Thomas E. Watt,
Passenger Agent, Western Division,
Corner Fifth Avenue and Sniithfield
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J.K.WOOD,
General Maii'g'r. (ieneral Pasa'r. Agt.
The Largest Distributors of Men'i
and Boys' Apparel.
Special Sale everyday.
A Clothing SaleHkt"iimand8 ' Attention.
I . a ksalf nantkl nrisflta C Aim A is hv am A..-I
Th. beat that money cn uy r -j u,eww
method of bnyiDit from o'erlnaded m.nnfaetnrera. e are really telling m
bettergooda for Im money than an, other bonae in America.
ejo Q,e &A 75. nompriiing all wool cheviots. All aii,
er-li tin Cr7 Jtff 50. Here'a a chance to get a pood suit for HtfW
Mm tr TMMhfmf ofMen'sfane, Worsted, Ca.iimere and Cheion Bait,
money. 'UBl' . i;n
tn fit We haye an sues - " win
110 aui-" bat other, are tell, and it would bo bard lo tell tbe different
. ma n
mr fi 19 !,itt 7 50 Comprising all wool fancy Casfimerei,
ML&&c!rt& Serge.! All aims from 34 o 42. Hon..,'
value at tl 2 now ? (.ou. . ...
m;t,,-T, Bnng yonr boy. here for new 6U1U and overcoats. All
BmJ.w (M ttTnB Hnndredaof atyle. to .elect from. All ,iMi.
Our nrioes are lower than ever.
mr t e ru,Mnt 5 I" blue beaver and Kersey oloths. Qnr.
barvam. for $8 But one now for 5.
MEN'S 10 OVERCOATS $7.5. Comprising Keraey and Coverts, lined
with .arm 1 Striotly up to-date eoata now for $7 50.
icnvts i4 OVERCOATS $10. In Covert cloths, beautifully trimmed.
New .hadfi, welt aeair., with satin sleeve lining. Cut in tbe popular
lencths Fine value at $15, now $10.
uvwmTATS AND FURNISHING. Men'. Derby, and Fedoris in blsok
brnwc niaple, eed.r. pearl with black and white .ilk b.nd9 Tbefie h.t.
are eonal to nv t2 h.t made. Our price $1.
TERBY8 IN UNBREAKABLE QUALITY. This linn will wear as any
3 bat vou may buv elsewhere. Tbey are Dunlap, Yoemin, Knti anil
Yenne .tylea, now tl.50.
Exceptional bargain, in Men', and Boy.' hirt, underwear, neekwear,
clove, and oversbirts. at price, lower tbaa ever. On our second floor we have
a full complete line of Trunk, and Satchels. Our prices arc lower than ajy
House in the county.
Furniture and House Furnishing Goods, Queensware,
Glassware and Fancy Chinaware.
Five large floor, filled to their utarost xtentwith Furniture and Houi
Furnishing Goods. Tbe trust will not effect ns in this department as we pre
nared ourselves in advance. We have carloads of furniture at low figures and
me are prepared to sell this line low r than ever. Call to see our prand line
of Parlor Suits Covches, Lounges. Fancy Rockers, Morris Chairs, Extension
Tables, Bedroon Su U, Fancy Parlot Tables, Side Boards, Fancy Dcski
Dinners and anything in tbe Furniture line. Alro a compiete line of Faooy
Deoorated Ware, in Dinner Sets. Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, and a complete line
of Johnson'. Ware KGoods delivered fr e to all parts of the county.
IIS and 11T Bridge Slrerl,
JMIFFlilirrOW . 14
Tuscarora Valley Railroad.
WONDERFUL are the cure by
Hood's Sargapurilla, and yet they
are simple and natural. Hood's Car am
TMirilla makes PURE BLOOD.
v4 50 YEARS'
AnTOSMmdls. a skdrh and HesorlpUnn may
qnlklT ascertain nnr ololon fraa whether an
Invmtton tn probaMr Pa tfi table. Oimmunlca.
UonffPtrtctlrconfldentlal. Handbwli on I'ateuta
sent free, indent arencr for aaeunns patent.
Patents taken through Munn tt Co. receive
prrlal notice, without coarse. In toe
A handsomelr fllntttratoiS weekly. IaWtM H.
culatwon of Mr Mtonttae Jfmnial, Tenna, $8
4Co."'t- New York
OnVie. S r U Washtaujtuo. D. C.
Blood and Serves are very close
ly related. Kce the blood rich, pure
and healthy, with Hood'. Saraaparilla,
and you will have no nervouanew.
H rod's Pills arc besi after-dinner j
SCHEOtTLE IN EFFECT MONDAY, JUNE.
DAILY, EXCEPT 8CMDAT.
Wat ei loo
Honey Grove. .
Fort Bishnin. . .
Pleasant View. ,
Seven Pi nea.. . .
Sprue" ITill. . . ,
Port Royal ....
.Lv 7 2."5
fOOD'S Sampaillto has oraraad
Inf over again proved by it. cum,
when sL other ppn rations failed, that
U .V One Trre BLOOD Parser.
RAILROAD TIHE TADLC.
T3ERRT COUVTT RAILROAD.
P. M !
1 45 i
I 51 !
1 57 1
--be followinr schedule went lno eHetl
p. m a. m
4 30 9 00
4 8B 9 P6
4 39 9f9
4 45 9 14
4 44 9 15
4 61 9 19
4 4 9 22
4 .") 9 24
4 59 9 2'
Leave Arrive a in i
Doncannnn 7 51 '
King's Mill 7 49
Snlphur Spring 7 46
Cnrman Siding 74 J
Montebello Tark 7 41
Tisirs Kos. 1 sod 2 conrt cl st Port Rnysl
with Tsy PsFsrnsrr anil Sos? bore Fzpress
en P. R. R.,ard Nes. 3 sid 4 with Msil east
Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect si Blair's
Mill, with Concord, Dnyletbars; Dry Rnn,
Nossville, Neil) ton, Shsdo Oap. Shade
Valley and Gosborn Station Stat; Lines.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Hi. iv v Oiovi-
Eai Water f..rd...".
Pel u I
BlHii'a Millp aV
2 8 10
I "2(1 fj
i 22 (i
5:' I :
08 6 53
14 6 59
ft 10 10 43
5 1 9 49
5 27 10 ns
5 3a in 7
5 34 10 17
fi 87 10 30
6 P2 10 35
p. m s. in
2H 2 6
a. m d m
irain leaves Hlnointleld at 6.54 a.
and strives t Lsndislinrr st 6.23 a
Tra'D leaves Lsndialinr? st fi.08 p. m.
arrives at Bloomfield at 0.40 p. ra.
All stations marked () are ttag
st which trains will come to a full
Cbas. n. Sbiliv,
S. H. Prc,
VIEWPORT AND SHHRMAN'S VAL
ley Rsilroad Company. Time utile,
of passenirer trains, in effect on Monday,
May 18tb, 1896.
T. S. JiOOHIIKAl).
IIEBCn a DRO30UVS
Mrnlam tMp, Hbellrrs, c
Juniata Furnace ..
Wst-r Plnp ...!!
Mount Pleasant . .
New G.rmant'n ...
ward. 8 1
, ' 6 06
, 6 OH
! 6 12
, 6 15
, 1 6 25
, 6 31
1 1 ro
1 1 fi !
4 M ,
8 li ;
7 o: I
I. GRING. I'rexidcnt md Yi-rnt
G. K. Miils. G.nt ral Ae u.
nmwit su Bxncyix Af
MKNCRATKN AFTER GENERATION,!
,0" caio axb BLMBRar rr. .V
V-a. " - VI I -a
af"4l . mm
gt - "f". Children Tore It.
lit, i rrm. nron
tralna. vlll i
la apaa4y cura. I'asp
Great Cures proved bv thousands'
of testimonials elniw that ilmid's iat
-i.irilla ponaeaeea power lo purif
vitalize and enrich the blood.
Hood's Pill7Tre tbeonlvpiltott
"Ctkcn with Uood'a fearieu ilia.