Juniata sentinel and Republican. (Mifflintown, Juniata County, Pa.) 1873-1955, August 08, 1900, Image 3

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Subscription $1.00 per year If paid
In advance ; $1.50 if not paid In ad
vance. Transient advertising and 'local
notices 8 cents a line.
Deductions will be made to those de
wing to advertise by the year, half or
quarter year. '
Sixteen tkicli f ArtiJr
rt "tlootet Wed-
The Amrwn
Manila propose the building of a
church in Manila..
TtriTi" -eme THonipson of
Z? 7?' onyaer county, was in
town on Saturday.
hlmJTy ! and not
rC."-"" wo.rui- The best of
u n moral worth.
was born to Mr.
Hay Li worth a cent a pound
The apple crop in Pennsylvania
is large.
Mrs. Abram Moist is sojourning
at Atlantic city.
Port Royal Snnday Schools
hold a union picnic.
R. H. Patterson of Peru
was in town on Monday.
The Pannabaker Island Harvest
home was held last Saturday.
Mrs. Herbert Shaver has returned
from a trip to Washington, D. C.
The heathen Chinee isn't the on
ly man with a card up his sleeve.
Choice Ohio Timothy seed for
sale at the Manbeck & Nelson Mill.
Miss Bell Derr, of Philadelphia,
is visiting her brother, Dr. Harry
The stream south of town is dry,
which proves the severity of the
Landlord W. S. Arbogast has
been on the sick list but is rapidly
Dr. Fred Espenschade, of Pitts
burg, is on a short trip to this his
native place.
Telephone manager Alton Scholl
made a business trip to Altoona
last Saturday.
Three Franklin county men are
iu the meshes of the law on account
of pension frauds.
M L. Keiser had charge of the
boarding department at the Tusca
rora camp meeting.
Miss Grace and Miss Julia Casca
den, of Philadelphia, are visiting
Mrs. Carl Espenschade.
Officer Samuel Lapp, had charge
of the police department at the
-"gust 3, 1900. , Krfll carry one a dv in rlinin
I . . . - - " o
The friends of education will h
gratified to learn that the Xall term
of the Mifflintown Andmv will
open September 4th. 1900. For
terms, address,
Mifflintown, Pa.
ine best loafine dace in the
world on a small sum of money is
in China and India. The army
officers and missionarim find It d.
igntful. Personal service is low
in price. A waiter may be employed
to fan at 4 flnnra A tav anrl wxiWt
anaioage tnemselves
. M. E. Sidney Lewis of Phr6-
ZF.7vT lwo children are visit-
uienomeof Mr. and Mrs.
James McCanley.
v. a. Ureiss of th T
eran church at Bloomfield. vm
Icoanty, has tendered the resurna-
tion oi me charge.
k i8id that many of the song
"'1U mat come irom the south to
me norm in summer time are dis
appearing rapidly in number.
U1UUJUUC1U Annwvta Bam.
The surplus and individual profits
of the First National Bank of New
port were over t2l.noo nn thiuh
' .1 r -r , -
luay oi JUiy.
I 11 T a r.. .
- luuKe atewartor Ynrir wmntv
lino .1 .1 a . . . "J
. . signatures to pe
uUUUS signeu in ieaa pencil are il
legal and refused to appoint road
viewers on that account.
The latest invention is a nhnnn.
, graph to place in a company of
gossipersand afterwards let the
machine ofTin another company.
Hear, oh hear, what was said.
William A. Clark, copper min
ing millionaire in Montana, has
preserved the first dollar bill, which
he made when starting life as a
poor miner in a quartz mine in Cal
ifornia in 1859.
Judge Little of Bloomsburggave
an opinion that notwithstanding
dogs are personal property, they
may be killed when caught des
troying sheep,- and the person kill
ing the dogs is not liable for dam
ages. Unclaimed letters remaining in
Alifmntown post office at close of
business, Saturday evening, Aug-
j ust 4, were for Charles H.
Button, Arthur P. Grith, Miss
I Bell Krebbs 2, M. A. Swartz, Jul-
cnair, board and lodge themselves
ior cents eacn. Men and women
employed in the house for 2 and 3
cents a day and board themselves
One hundred degrees in the shade
on Monday.
In Woodeoek valley, Huntingdon
ooonty, the oats crop is large so Hunt
ingdon papers report. . v
Apple growers in the State of Del
aware, are shipping summer apples
to um fans exhibition.
The gold democrats are democrats
as ever before. They maintain that
Bryanism is not democracy.
Mrs, George Clark nee Miss Lizzie
Lloyd and chUdrea of Pittsburg, are
Fonr men rating ber parents at JHoAluterrille
me state Encampment is now in
full blast at Mt Oretna, Pa. The
new guard looks well and drills well
is the remark of all who have been
there. -
Henry Youtsey's confession ofl . Charles Phillips who is selling a
campmeeting on Sunday
AsaiHtnnt. railroad Riirwn-iar I
Hippy and family, have taken up
housekeeping in Patterson.
ine company that propose
umber at Tuscarora station are
i building a railroad to the top of
I the foot-hills to carry the lumber
down on the main line. The lnm-
Miss Norma Redman, of Crafton, ber will be slid down the mountain
Pa., is the guest of her school friend, ih a gang-way to the foot-hills rail-
The Sunday schools at McAlik- On Monday heavy thunder shV-
terville Held a union picnic on Jsat-; era prevailed in most of the counties
urday, which was well attended, j in northeastern Pennsylvania. The
Last Saturday a well of natural ,down pourof rain was heavy. Hail
ias wa strnck at Water ille. a as large as hickory nuts, knocked
Tlace 20 miles north of Williams- apples off the trees, and lightning
- I n 4 ..I- n . i. r ..
. . Great excitement prevailed on
account of the strike of gas in a
well at Waterville, in Lycoming
county. ' ' .
Miss Emma Scott and Miss Grace
Cunningham, of Richmond Vir
ginia,' ' are visiting Mrs. AJton
Scholl. I-
Reading people are alarmed by a :
houses and barns.
The large barn of Christian
recent discovery. It is learned
that underneath the city is a great
cavern. J
Miss Millie Beale and brother,
John Beale, of Philadelphia, a
visiting at the home of Squi
Miss Lonie McClellan, of Lewis
town, has been visiting her parents,
Capt. and Mrs. McClellan, at thw
place, this week.
Mr and Mrs. Charles McFarland
of Williamsport, are visiting the
latters sister, Mrs Cyrus Carwell,
at Cedar Springs.
Two hundred people went from
Mifflin station on the cars on Sun
day to the Evangelical camp-meeting
at Tuscarora station.
Some farmers in Jnniata will re-
Espenschade was destroyed by fire
rece tly. Thrashing was going on
when suddenly fire showed itself
in the straw carrier of the threshing
machine. The fire spread so rapidly
that the men escaped from the barn
with difficulty. The ban was id
Earl tow; ship, Laocaster eounty.
The plowing for winter wheat is
going in this part of the world
Railroads and steamboats and tel
egraph lines are now in easy touch
with all important points of the
world and so varied is the climate
of this big ball of earth floating' in
space that a place can be found ev
prv month where harvesting is I'o-
mg on.
Miss Katie Hamell has entered
suit in Hollidaysburg for $10,000
damages against an Altoona drug
gist, for having given a girl that
she sent to the drug storeatrophine
tablets instead of half grain mor
phine tablets. The atrophine tab
lets almost took her life. A clerk
in the dmjr store gave the wrong
The tribe of honest men have not
wuai ne claims to Know or the as-
sasination of Goebel in Kentucky,
ays, Governor Taylor contributed
three hundred dollars to raise the
sum of twelve hundred dollars to
fifteen hundred dollars to bribe
some one to shoot Goebel. He says
tne uovernor would not give any
thing if a negro was to be employed
to do the assination, bnt he gave
three huodred dollars when assured
that a white man should kill Goe
bel. But much as Youtesy claimed
to kcow he says he does not know
who shot Goebel.
TheMt. Gretna agricultural, me
chanical and industrial exposition,
which will be held at Mt. Gretna,
August 20 to 25, this year promises
to exceed in number and variety
of exhibits and displays of farming
implements and machinery of all
Kinds. This exposition has won a
wide popularity by reason of the
excellent management and of its
splendid location. There are few
places n the state so inviting, the
mountain scenery being especially
picturesque and attractive, while
commercial men and manufacturers
find it a good market for their
manufactures. Farmers of central
and eastern Pennsylvania - visit it
in large numbers and every day
brings increasing interest to the
The report that a kid-napped
girl had been captured from a wag
on in front of the Jacobs House at
noon on Friday by officer Hacken
berger created some excitement on
Main street. Men hastened to the
Jacol)S House. A substantial wag
on to which was hitched two large
sleek mules stood in front of the
hotel. The wagon was occupied
by a woman and four children and
girl alKMit 14 years of age and
two men. It was the girl that the
r n i- u. l i
oiucer was uer. iiu uou uocu
telephoned from Lewistown by
James Hannon to detain the girl
that she is his daughter and had
been enticed away by the people
in a blue wagon. Hackenberger
took the girl to his home to await
the coming of her father, lhe
people in the wagon were a well-to
do looking party. They had a
good outfit throughout. The large
wagon had a canopy over it to Keep
off tho sun and they seemed to be
well provided for quite an exten
sive tour. In addition to the wag
on and its outfit they had a good
horse and buggy. The men said
their name is Stine, that they are
from Painter, Mifflin county, and
are on their way to a place near
Shippensbnrg, Cumberland county
and that the name of the girl with
them is Dessa Hannon. that
she had come to their place sever
al davs ago and wanted a place to
live. Thev had taken her in and
that when they started for Cum
berland county on Friday morning
she desired to go with them and
thev were satisfied that she should
and that was all of it. Officer
Hackenberger did not attempt to
detain them and they went their
way. They were not gone long
till James Hannon the girl's father
duce the number of their livestock i M from off the earth as
not having enough feed to carry j ,g ma(lo known in the following
themtnrongu iue from the Huntingdon Globe of Ang-
rwlawnre neach c rowers began Inst 2: Albert Kauffnian, while
shipping peaches in quantity last sauntering around the Union De
Satnrdav. AucTiist 4. lhe prices , pot on Sunday morning, found a
were 35 to 45 cents a Iwsket. pocket-book containing $116, the
nm umi Mm i distress i i ' -
of Mord
ot inomjmuu u, Dr"r 1- Itarrick had not missed hisnocket
book until it was returned to him
I a short time afterwards by Mr.
recently at the home of Cyrus Car
well in Fermanagn townsnip.
Joseph Yorgey of Patterson aged
14 years caught a bass nearly 15
inches long one day recently while
fishing along in the river in corn
pany with a friend.
Banks Stonffer, who hasr oeen i
clerking m an sgntuu..... t"1"! Port Royal, died after a few days
ment store at BloonisDiirg, 18 uinesa at the residence of his son
visitmg nis ilUt-r, . wilHam T KeDner t Osceola.
Kaultman, who was liberally re
warded for his honesty.
Port Royal Times, Aug.
On Wednesday night of last week
Mr. Samuel D. Kepner, an aged
and highly respected citizen of
Stonffer, near muihu. Nebraska, whither he had
nrr Fannie Jones, of ScranTon, about two months ago on a
accompanied by her sister, Maud . The remains arrived in this place
t - i moifinir1 U 1 11 - 1
Etka Of Uarrisourt;, ic i k.ihu6 ou i-;uaua.v muruing i mis wees,
their' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac ' accompanied by his sons John and
Etka at Mt. Pleasant. W llham of Osceola, and George,
SnsanSearig and her son Ma wife and daughter of Pittsburg
"",-m.ntnwn. are Visiting, funeral services were held
uenfy " ViT. T!.rWr the Presbyterian church at 10:30
h!'vaTr MrrBergerrnd Mrs.! o'clock on Tuesday morning
gearing are brother and sister
Bnrchfield and wife; of i
nr;in.Miisnort. and sister, Miss Mary A new constitution has been vot
unrehfield, of Harrisburg, have ed for in North Carolina, the chief
uuituireiu c ieaiure oi wnicn is mav men wno
uterment was
1 Hill cemetery.
made in
X1 -n f
oiiests OI U. A' -
family for the past several daysj",
D 1. Sanuo oi aeuiun1""?
C is visiting his aged father Mr.
Anthony Sando in this town and
v, relatives. His wife came
cannot reaa ana write ana men
who do not own property shall not
vote. The basis of such an action
in jxortn uarouna is that the men
who cannot .read and write and
?rom Washington some days before elections and
he came. robbing the property-holders by
. man and a woman in a wagon excessive taxation. It is getting
. hv nne horse tarried awhile to be the complaint in the north
f town last Thursday. They were, era cities, towns aud counties that
1U 1 t.tn Thiiii tan VL'icr- . the men who will not asm ninnov
anmnit;r-i.K. r i -
On . i,;h thev nitoheri and ixvinm nrmwrtv mntml ttia
. .. A 1 111. Tt 11 1 V U u 1 vfrvm . , .MM
fair evening wherever night elections, elect men of their kind
e' them. They had a dog
0c .. alarm at. nlfht
Wii" .m;- nfii.tr
Mrtook them. They
ham TO IT
iftge Oi ur w"m
to office and in that way get hold
of the tax rates and rob the prop
erty bolder by excessive taxation.
came, and he was in an indignant
frame of mind over the thought
that his daughter had been taken
away from her friendsand parents.
He says the family that had his
daughter is not named Stine. Ue
says Sfines live in the neighbor
hood, but the people who haa tat
en his daughter are named Stuck
It is probable that it was a good
thing that the Stucks had gone
from the town before llannon came
Hannon is a powerfully built man
and weighs 275 pounds and looks
like a man of courage and in the
excitement of the occasion might
have acted rashlv of course. He is
a skillful iron-worker and the fa
ther of eight children and he and
his wife were in deep distress wnen
thev learned that their Dessa had
disameared so singularly. He
lives at Logan and last Wednes
day his daughter had gone to visit
his friend Joseph McMniien at
Maitland and it was understood
that she might stay with Mrs. Mc
Mullen some time as she had ex
pressed a desire to have the girl
live with her awhile. Dessie says
that when she got to her friend's
place Mrs. McMullen had a girl
and the cirl went with her to
bread raiser, has bees through Cum
berland valley recently. Ue says
that valley is more parched than Jon
iata eounty. They have had less
A dashing rain within the past
month ohoked the covered gutter at
the inter-seetion of Fifth street and
Cherry street and now aa open gut
ter is being laid to replaee the ehok
ed gutter.
Huntingdon Journal: John Port,
residing in Logan township wa3 ar
rested xoesday, charged with dyna
miting fish in the river. He had
bearing this morning before Squire
Kelley and was held for September
It is a rare thing for a woman to
get appendicitis. It is now said the
cause of it in men is owing to the
fact that they almost always cross
their legs when they sit on a chair
and the crossing of the legs cramps
and constricts the little sack in which
inflammation takes place.
Miss Harriet O. Fay. an Amerioan
woman is acting as chaperon to
party of eight young Mexican women,
lately graduates. They are touring
the United States for the purpose of
examining the schools. Tbe state of
VeraCruz pays all the expenses.
They have visited St. Louis, Chica
go, Buff-do, New York and Boston.
Blair eounty is surprised over i
bold act the other night in the barn
yard of Howard Estop of Antis town
sbip near Cellwood. Thieves enter
ed the barn-yard at night, captured
a calf, killed it, carried it away and
left its hide and head hanging on the
barn-yard fence. The butchering
was done to quietly that those who
did it were not seen or heard.
The present famine existing in In
dia, will add to the list of "worst
famines," among which were the
famine in Ireland in 1846-1817, dur
ing which 1,000,000 people parished
the Indian famine of 1866. which
claimed 1,450,000 victims; the In
dian ot 1877 in wbich 5U0.U00 peo
ple perished and the great famine in
China in 1878 in which 9,500,000
succumbed to its ravages.
I here was a large attendanoe at
the dance given in Agricultural Hall,
Port Royal, Pa, Tuesday evening,
a a. PV wi i "
august . xne aanee was a success
in spite of the extremely
warm weather. The patronesses
weie: Airs. C J. Crawford. Mrs. S
Svenson, Mrs. James North. Mrs
F. M. M. Pennell, Mrs. Darwin M.
Crawford, Miss Mary- Hoopcs a
Mrs. W. M. Todd. W. W. Mayer
actea as chairman or committee
Tbe following is a correct state
ment of tbe number of pnpils in al
schools, both private and public
tnrougnout tne country, during tbe
caooi year just past, xnere were
lUl.i'&a young men and women in
the universities and colleger; 54,231
in schools or law, medicine and the o!
Oct; b7,ods in normal schools: 70.
950 in business schools; 23,504 in re
form schools and 97,737 in kinder
gaitens. The total number was 16,
087, b43, out of an estimated popu
lation of 72,737,100. !
On Thuisday, August 16. the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company will
run its last low-rate excursion for
1900 to Atlantic City, Ca .e Mav.
Ocean City, Sea Isle City, Avalon,
Anglesea, Wild wood, Hollybeacb, N.
J., Bebobotb, Del , or Ocean City,
Tickets good to return within six
teen days, including date of excursion.
A special train of Pullman parlor
cars and day coaobes will have Pitts
burg on above mentioned date at 8.
55 a. m., arriving at Altoona 12 15 p.
m , where stop for dinner wi'l be
mad", reaching Philadelphia 6.25 p
m., in time ior supper, and arriving
Atlantic Urrr, via the Delaware riv
er Bridge Route, the only all rail line
at 8 40 p. m. Passengors may also
spend tbe night in Philadelphia, and
proceed to the shore by any regular
train from Market street wharf or
Broad 8rreet Station on the follow
ing day.
Passengers for points other than
Atlantic City will spend the night in
Philadelphia, and use regular I rains
the next day from Market S'rtet
A stop-over of ten-days will be also
Schott's Stores
Clearance Sale.
Big Clothing St ores
115 and 117 Bridge St., Mifflintown."
To make room for the best and largest assortment of
that Juniata county has ever seen, and to clear space tor
the fine line of European and American novelties Mr.
Schott is selecting. We shall make the greatest cuts in
prices .ever known here. -
Among the a any reductions, we mention the following:
The very best makes of Calico, not remnants or seconds,
but the best, for only 5 cents a yard.
We have a cheaper grade of Calico for 4 cents a yard.
Some Ladies' Shirt Waists that were from 35 cents to
75 cents, we sell them now for 19 cents and 23 cents.
Ladies Fine Shoes, in sizes 2, 3 and 31, that sold from
$1.50 to $3.00, we sell them now for 50 cents.
Dimities and Lawns that sold ior 10 cents and 12), we
are selling now for 7 cents.
Scotch Lawns, the beet color, we are selling at 4 cents
We have a good quality of Table Oil Cloth that we are
selling for 12& cents a yard.
36 by 36 inch Cotton Hugs for only 15 cents.
36 by 36 inch All Wool Rugs for only 25 cents.
Large sice velvet Rugs for only 75 cents.
103 to 109 Bridge Street,
The Mid-Summer Clearing Sale of
and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
and House Furnishing Goods.
To keap up our reputation
Stock, we have a
of each season having a New
Clearance Sale, both
Summer and Winter.
We are more than ever determined to eflect a complete
clearing sale. The remainder f our ttock must and will
be sold regardless of cost.
Now is your chance to save Dollars.
Now is your opportunity.
Dcn't mips it. Call at once at Meyers' Big Stores. If
you are supplied for this season you cannot make a better
investment than to buy
your goods for next Summer.
115 and 111 Bridge Street.
Tnscarow Valley Railroad.
18G5, ESTABLISHED. 1900.
Special Invitation rlo rJThe Public
To attend the Attractive Sale oi Clothing t-.at
dail y
It will be
Who have money to invest to examine the Stock of Goods for
- - -
It is truly marvelous to See
of Suts and Overcoata at the Wonderfully Low Prices.
His nrices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail
to give him a call if in need of Clothing.
Stuck's near Painter station, who 1 allowed at Philadelphia on the going-
told her thev would be moving on
Friday and would go nearby wnere
her father lived and tnat they
would let her off the wagon and
she could go to her father's house.
She says when they came to where
they should have left her off they
drove fast and she could not leave
the wagon. They consoled her.
They told her they would take
good care of her," dress her well
and send her home in tne fall.
When the Stucks drove past Lo
gan some one noticed Miss Han
non in a blue bed wagon and he in
formed Mr. Hannon ber father.
Wnere tbe wagon was going was a
matter of conjecture, but the
father made a ten shot when he
sent a telephone message to the of
ficer at. Mifflintown. Father and
daughter were escorted to the rail
road on Friday evening by officer
Hackenberger. They were happy
trip, if passengers will deposit their
tickets with the Ticket Agent nt
Broad Street Station, Philadelphia,
immediately upon arrival.
Ticket! will be sold from the tit a
tiona at the rates named below:
Bate. T. leaves.
Altoona (stops
for dinner 8 00 12 35p m
Hontincrdon 7 10 1 26 "
Mount Union 6 75 fl 14 '
Lewistown June. 6 00 2 20 '-
Mifflin 5 65 12 37
Newport 5 00 f3 09 "
Duncannon 4 60 f3 27 "
for sapper.) Ar. 6 27
Ticket will auo ba good on r-1; a
lar trains leaving Pittsburg at 4.50
and 8 30 p. m., carrying sleeping
cars to Philadelphia and 7.10 p. m.
carrying ruuman sleeping cars
throagh to Atlantic (Sty.
For detailed information in regard
on being re united and it is hoped i ? ? timt10,im PPjj,
reached home safely and had
joyful re-nnioa in the family..
i ticKet agenia or Jtr. x nomas . rv a; r.
District Passenger Agaat, fittsburg.
Blair's Mills Lv
Leonard' Grove
RofB Farm
Pernlaok .
Eat Wa-rford
Honey Cmw
Fort Bi'?hn
Pleasa' t W
Seven Piip
Sprucp Hill
Old Port y
Port Royal Ar
1 04
1 12
3 15
3 23
3 26
3 29
3 32
3 38
3 45
WONDERFUL nrc the cures bv
Hood's Sui-sa;arilla, end yet they
are simple and natural. 1 food's 8araa
parilla makes PURE BLOOD.
The followin sohwin'e went Info efloct
Nov. li, and the trains will ba ran
Lve Aitjvh . m
DoucdODon 7 54
Kir-e's Mill 7 49
Sulphur pripe 7 '8
Cornisn S 1 rv 7 4
Moti'i-tMt'o Park 7 41
p. m
4 30
4 30
4 3"
3 41
4 46
4 4H
4 51
4 54
4 r,c
4 69
a ra
n oo
9 M
9 It
9 15
9 19
9 22
9 24
9 2T
r,.in. Km l nd 2 connect at Port Royal
with Way Pawcrper and Seashore Express
on P. R. K., and Noa. s toa wun
Traina Noa. 2 and 8 connect at Blair's
Mills with Concord, Doylebur(t Urj Win,
Nossville, Neelton, Shade Gap, Shade
Valley and Qoshorn Station Stage Lines.
Saved from the Surgeon's Knife
No onrana an of craatar iatnortaaoe ea tbe human body tbaa the Kdaays,
Tfcair dntv la to aift and atraia the poisoaooa and waste matter Cram the blood.
and If thev fail t do this, the trouble ahows in tbo norma avatocn. and oven ia
thearain. Your life la at stake when there are pain in the email of your back-
when von are compelled to got up at night to urinate when the passing of water
causes scalding poia wnen mere is a aeaunent in ibo nno in mo vn
when it appears white or milky. When so afflicted, you can conquer the trouble
with Dr. David Kennedy Favorite Remedy, the greatest medicine that
civilization haa ever known for curing Kidney,
Bladder, Blood and Liver Diseases.
James Lattice, of Canajohane, N. Y., tens of
bis wonderful cure: "8omo years ago I waa attacked
with pains in my back
and sides that were) . ;
fearful. I could not con
trol nry kidneys, sad
what came from BS was
filled with mucus aad blood.
An Albany doctor waa to
perform aa operation upon
ana, and said my home doctor
could take care of me after. I
saw an advertisement of Dr.
Dmrld Kennedy FmroHte
Remedy, which seemed to fit my
case, so I decided to try that before I
submitted to the operation. I began
ha ase. When I had taken about
two bottles the flow from the bladder grew cleaner, and the pain atopped, and M
a short time I was saved from the surgeon's knife, and am now well."
Favorite Remedy tH cures Besoms, Sorofula, Rbeumatiam, Dyspepsia
and Constipation. For Female Trouble it is nnoqnalod. It ia sold for fi.oo S
bottle at all drug store.
9nf. Rffcffflfl FnJk T Ib order that sufferer may bo convinced of
OteafIC Uvlllt 1 1 W 1 the curative virtues of Favorite Remedy,
a free sample bottle will be seat, prepaid, to those who send their full postoffica
address to the Da. David Kxnhbov CotrowATio, Rondout, K. Y. It is necessary
to say that you saw the advertisement In this paper if yett wiah to take advantage
of thia genuine aad liberal oaToi. Send today.
s rkw
Pott lioynl......
Old Port
Spruce Hill
Sven Pines
Pleasant View. . . .
Fort Bigbam
Honey Grove. . . .
East Waterford..
Boss Farm
Leonard Grove.
Blair's Mille Ar.
0 0
p. m
2 28
2 20
3 18
2 15
Wearer 7 41) 2 18
Roddy 7 86 2 08
Hoffman 7 33 2 65
Rover 7 31 2 03
Mahanoy 7 28 2 00
5 10 10 48 Bloomfield 7 28 I 41
5 16 9 49 Treesler 7 09 1 86
5 21 9 54 Nellnon 7 04 1 81
6 24 9 67 'Dnni's 7 01 1 28
6 27 10 05 Elllotsbarr 6 68 1 25
6 32 1017 'Bv-rnhi-nl's 661 120
6 84 10 17 "Grofo Pk 6 48 1 18
6 37 10 30 'Montour Jane 6 33 1 16
6 02 10 35 Landi&burg 6 28 2 60
p. m &. m A rrire Lex vn i. m pn
Train leaves BloomHeM at 5.58 a. m.,
and arrives at Landishnrr at 6.28 a. m.
Train leaves Landialmrg at 6.08 p. m., and
arrives at Bloomfield at 6.40 p. m.
All stations marked () are Hag stations,
at which traina will come to a full stop on
Chas. H. Smiley, S. H. Bcok,
President. Snpt.
11 ley Railroad Company. Time table
of passenger trains, in effect on Monday,
May 18th, 1896.
10 335 18
10 3fi;5 21
A. M
1 10 20
1.310 27,5
2 8
10 30:5 24
5.0 10 42 5 27
6.3 10 50 5 35
7.2 10 53!5 38
9.0I11 01 5 46
06 5 51
15;6 00
2316 08
28;6 13
40 6 25
5316 38
00 6 45
STATIOKS. West- Kaat-
ward. ward.
: ;.ia-ia-L-
. 6 06 10 26 8 80
. 6 010 881 8 27 3 61
. 6 12 10 42 8 23 3 68
I 6 15 10 45 O - 8 60
. 6 25 10 62! 8 16 3 46
. 6 22 11 Oil 8 11 8 41
. 6 81 11 09 8 Of 3 88
ValovRoal 6 311 09 82
i a ci.ii i i aifki a l
6 54 11 24 ' 3 10
. 7 0.V11 35i .3 3 04
7 Hill 41, TS6 2 40
. 7 11 1 ! 461 7 'h 2 4 1
. 7 Zijll 61 7 15 2 46
. 7 27 111 67 7 10 2 40
. 7 8o 12 06 7 04 2 88
.1 7 41 12 11 6 68
. 7 4&I12 15 6 50'
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Fort Robeson ..
CiiDt'i Run . . . ,
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New Germant'n
2 24
2 20
12 08 6 53
12 14 6 59
12 20 7 05
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