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SENTINEL ft' REPUBLICAN
vyEPyFHDAY, AUG. ist 1900
Scbscrution J1.03 per year If paid
advance; $1.50 If not paid In ad
Transient advertising and 'local
notices 8 cento a line.
Deductions will be made to those de
siring to advertise by the year, half or
James Murray is home on vacation.
The political caldron will soon
begrm to bubble.
Colonel John J. Patterson is on a
trip to Michigan.
Mrs. J. M. McDonald has been
ill the past week." -
The Indian Mound Harvest
Home on Saturday.
Camp meeting opens at Newton
Hamilton this week.
The Waterloo picnic will be held
Saturday, August 25.
Ezra Parker had returned
the gold field of Nome.
Mrs. Win. McDonald is quite ill
at her home in Fattereon.
Garfield Earnest of Patterson.
spent onnaay in uarrisoarg.
The Lutheran church founda
tion walls are nearing completion
So far the community has been
healthy regardless of the great heat
ne ewion Hamilton camp-
meeting is in the midst ofitsw.or
airs. . svenson has returned to
her home in Pittsburg for a short
Mr. Jamm t. "T"
The coinmhvrirt A -
The DicniA a.- i - '
leuiiH mr n An
come wiU rtop the fun. B iney
I robs the nesta'of eggs! CDqair-
Imperial belonging to the Em
pire of an "Emperor. As 'for ex
ample, the imperial coat of arms,
the coat of arms -of the emperor
imperial belonging to the empire,
the dominion . of the emperor.
Question referred to Bryan.
The enemies of Senator. Hertzler
have been busy the past week talk
ing against Hertzler .to influence
as much-as they can voters in Per
ry and Mifflin counties to- vote
against him. The burden of their
song is: "He's a Quay man," a
a -ion. r Bryan delivered a long
"7T , ? People of . this H- on imperialism without
nfen. . IT1 Brown's Mills what imperialism is.
8rt. 7 tOWMhip la8t
&nners are on the look-out for
sr fDArTthieve8' take the
huLr8-"a"y Kaudman of Harris
SSf'k day of ls week
wih iSr?et, famy Mr. and
r,5 5eelii1r nee Mi88 Gertrude
Crawford and little daughter of
JK Ting her sister
Mrs. T. Van Irwin.
Joseph tntts of this town who
served in the navy under Admiral
Dewey at Manila, home visiting
hisfather George Stutts.
There will be preaching in the
Westminster Pres. Church next
Sunday, Aug. 19 by Rev. E. H.
At n tn.. If f
- w me v eyrown, 1 . a
Dr. Frederick Espenschade re-
lurnea to his duties in Allegheny
vu touiiusfv Birarnnnn arta-
V V. u U. LX
If he intend
ed to play Hamlet, as the actor
said, with Hamlet left out he suc
ceeded. He does not say that was
his intention, but he certainly said
a great deal about imperialism
without telling what imperialism
When Ixeneral Grant was presi
dent tne democrats that is some
democrats called him an imperial
ist, that is they said he wanted lm
penal Honors, such honors as are
bestowed upon an emperor, the
ruler of an empire, the ruler of a
kingdom. They said he wanted
to be a king. Question referred
Someone says that the great
drougth is one of nature's ways of
replenishing the soil with plant
food for the next. "year's crops
That the invisible laws of nature
reapplies the dry ground with fer
tilizing ingredieuts from lower
depth and from the atmosphere
What do you think of that view of
to relatives in this
Governor Stone and Mrs. Stone
and Miss Stone are at Bedford
The thermometer dropped
Monday to - circulate among
Mildred Doyle and Blanch
Wright of Patterson are visiting at
Alter several weeks' visit to hnr
sister Mrs. Maurice Schott, Mrs.
Maurice Behr returned to her
home in New York on Saturday
one a drought?
You can rely on the honesty of
the man who pays newspaper sub
scription. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marks, are
the guests at the Marks home
There will be fewer democrats in
the next Pennsylvania legislature
than in the last.
The tax-collectors were before the
County Commissioners in the court
Vi nil ca svrt flo fn o tt
Albert Hackenberger has paint
ed his grocery awning red on
W. H. Gallagher of Waterloo
was on a business trip to the coun
ty seat on Saturday.
William and Henry Hawk are
doing the mason work for the shoe
factory engine room.
D. B. McWilliams of the T. V.
It. B. Company, was in town on
Monday on business.
Up tolast Saturday, Agusfll,
mere uaa not oeen enough rain at
Waterloo, Juniata county to pene-
II .111 III., I'lMI ml tninm . I n n ;
A. uin uccu BlUl-e
TjNext summer look for the man
and woman in shirt-waist. What
win be the difference between the
man in shirt sleeves and the man
in shirt waist! (
After a couple of wee-is outing
at Atlantic City, Mr. and Mrs.
" John Thrush ofWashington.D.C,
are visiting Mrs. Thrush's mother
IMj. Ellen Allison.
If you want to work hard and
learn how to
hundred in the shade in
t-nMifflintown last Friday; 101 in
Philadelphia; 107 in New York
and Chicago. Thermometer rec-
Lthat the summers are getting warm
er. The reason that someone wants
to give is, the ice line from the
north is gradually being drawn
study, yon can cet
mat at JUitnin Academy. Mr. Dy
singer has a reputation for doinj
The ice plant at this place p'fits I
it oO tons of ice every day. It is
1.1 t '
me purest ice mat s uaue, purer
than that formed on rivor or r-rtflr
by zero winter weatherj f
U Johu Trego of Milford township,
was thrown from his horse while
riding the beast to pasture and was
hurt. He was confined to the
house a number ofdaysT
A couple in Venango, he aged 77
and she 67, were married lastt week
when the thermometer registered
A brisk but brief shower of rain , 98 in the shade. It was James
Meyers and Sarah Snell.
Boys encountered a copperhead
fell at Mifflintown about 3 o'clock
on Monday morning.
The death rate in-Juniata coun- fsriake in the ravine south of town
ty last week was larger than in
many previous weeks.
The dashing rain on the evening
of the 9th inst., extended only a
couple of miles square.
There was a brisk shower of rain
cn the evening of the 9th inst. The
first rain in many days.
Miss Sadie Dvsinger of Har:
Tini v. in viKiriner her parents Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Dysinger.
Mrs. Hutchison and children of
Altooca, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Foreman in Patterson.
Miss Harriet Jackman returned
to Pittsburg on Saturday after a
few weeks' visit to her parents.
Henry Hoffman aged 105 years,
-died at his home near Hazleton,
Pa., on the night of the 8th inst.
Republicans in both Perry and
Mifflin counties, each, hold their
primary nominations on Saturday.
Mr. Benjamin Kepner of Milford
township, is confined to his house
from the effects of a stroke of -paralysis.
Even candy making has gone in
to a trust, the big candy factory
at Lancaster has joined a candy
Tie thermometer has registered
100 more freque tly this summer
at Mifflintown than in any pre
The women are coming out in
laver f the shirt waist man. The
w oaten are sensible, except when
. -fooled by the men.
The people in North and South
Dakota last week experienced worm
weather. It was 105 to 110 de.
pes in the shade. '
LEx-Sheriff Lapp has a cat snake
catcher that caught a garter snake
and held it until the sheriff came
and killed the reptileTJ
Charles Knoedler of Bucks coun
ty led his third bride to the alter
last week. He is 66 years of age
.and she is 29 years old.
The Lewistown Gazette says
We hare been told that one or
nf the school board of Braton
township have resigned.
European army men will be slow
n lr trn their hold on China. Sol-
;rinir in a trade or business and
army officers are the managers
rp Drew Crawford isJiome
a. fontal business soiourn of
tome weeks in New Orleans. He
v OrlAans is not as warm
am Juniata county.
T?iimnd trains alons the Beech
Creek and Fall Brook Railroad in
Pennsylvania, were side-tracked,
because water could not be obtain
, last fTiaay, Kiuea tne reptile, op
ened it and found many little
1 snakes, which they killed!
I i';. u. neaner oi unentai was
waylaid several nights ago by 3
negroes, who robbed him of his
money and watch. When yon go
into that region at nignt carry a
Ir. and Mrs. George Baffley
and children of Pittsburg and Mr
and Mrs. Gilson Stewart of Al-
toona, have been guests at the
Hollobaugh home for the past cou
ple of weeks.
Some one in Italy paid us the
compliment of sending a picture of
the Cathedral of Milan. The
cathedral is of marble and cost
110 millions and has a seating cap
acity of 30,000 people Thanks! '
A band of two hundred China
men left New York on Monday to
return to China. They will leave
America by way of Seattle. They
have made money enough in New
York to keep them all their lives
in China. They are lanndrymen,
gamblers and merchants.
A wild-cat paid a visit to the
tent of a partj' camping near Hoi
lidaysburg last Friday and a live
ly time was had. The men of the
party cut clubs and clubbed it till
it ran out of reach. Most of the
wpmen in the party fainted. A
few cheered the men in their bat
tle with the cat.
The .Newport Jxiler says:
Some of our delinquent subscrib
ers are mighty good fellows, but
that does nt clo us good in any
way of paying our bills. This
is intended as a gentle hint. Times
are good now and there is no ex
onse for a man neglecting to settle
his small accounts
Justice Garrison of the Supreme
Court of New Jersey, appeared on
the bench in Court in Camden last
Friday in a silk shirt waist, white
duck trousers, leather belt and
flowing silk neck-tie and opened
the court with the salutation
"Good morning, gentlemen. Have
you any matter to bring before me
For ways that are dark Lewis
town stuns all others into silence
bv the report of Miss Mary Steely
last Friday, August 10. Miss
Steelv savs she was passing the
Mifflin county National Bank cor
ner with her pocket book in hand
when a stranger took the pocket-
book, removed the money, some
eight dollars, handed the book
hack and threatened to shoot her
elass where everyone belonged geo
logically. A wag of a boy placed
a piece of brick-bat among the
specimens. The Professor took up
one piece after another and classi
fied each piece., Whence took up
the piece of brick-bat he looked it
over carefully and then scrutiniz
ed each member of the class and
remarked: -Young gentlemen this
stone is- a piece of impudence.
What will be said in the hundred
years to come when the stones with
iron pins in them are dug out of
the foundation walls of the Luth
eran church now being built.
A few nights since near the city
of Columbus, Ohio, an express car
was entered by robbers. The ex
press messenger shot dead and the
car robbed. The express car rob
ber was captured in Columbus on
Sunday. Charles B. H. Ferrill is
his name. He was at one time em
ployed by the company. He con
fessed the robbery. He knew Lane
the ageat he killed. He provided
himself with a revolver and went
to the station at Urban where 'the
train stopped. He told Lane the
atrent in charere of the car that he
was out of money and asked per
mission to ride. His request was
granted. When Lane's back was
turned he shot the messenger dead,
fired five bullets into him, took the
key of the safe, opened the safe,
took out money packages, money
orders, placed them in a small
satchel and rode to Plain city.
There the train stopped. He got
off, went to a hotel, took a room
In the room he took the money out
of the packages. He fastened his
revolver in the spring of the bed
The express material he tied in a
bundle, went in the morning to the
express office, expressed it to a fic-
t'tious address ina distant city and
then took a car . for Columbus
He was in a state of great worry,
called to see the girl he was to
marry, bought some clothes. De
tectives soon got trace of him and
found him with his girl. He was
arrested, put in iail and there
broke down and confessed as above
stated. His wedding day was fix
ed for Thursday, August 16. The
vonnc ladv he was to marry was
shocked almost to death. He had
given her one thousand dollars of
the blood money. She speedily
gave it to the officers.
Mrs. Elder wife of Dr. Thomas El
der lot her life at her home in Aurora,
Illinois, on the 11th inst., under ex
ceedingly distressing circumstances.
She had touched a match to a burner
in a coal oil stove in their kitchen with
the intention of preparing dinner. The
turn-down of the burner was fast. She
could not control the fire. The fire
shot up as high as the ceiling. To keep
the house from takine fire she laid hold
crops and in that way cut down of the stove, which was on wheals and
their income and destroy the fruits started to run it out of the kitchen,
of their labor. I She succeeded in getting it out of the
.. , . ,, , , , . I room onto a porch. A stairs of three
The Agricultural department of . U frnm ti, nor ch t th
John Hamilton's: . .. .v.-
steps, coal oil splashed out over her
dress and in a flash .her ,clothes" were
The Bloonifield Times'of the 10th
inst., says: Boltz's threshing ma
chine broke through a bridge east
of town. Nothing was broken but
the king bolt of the engine. The
horse sale at Loysville was largely
attended. Yet the sale was not a
success. Only about half a dozen
were sold and a few were dispos
ed of at private sale.
If Providence sends drougth as a
punishment to man Juniata coun
ty people were in need of a great
deal of punishment for they have
had a great deal of drougth. The
probability is the people would'nt
mind the drougth if it did'nt pinch
their pocket-books by lessening the
To make room for the best and largest assortment of
FALL v WINTER GOODS
that Juniata county has evereen, and to clear space for
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 nany 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 3b 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
$1.60 to $3.00, we sell them now for 50 cents.
Dimities and Lawns that sold for 10 cents and 12 j, 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 Rugs for only 15 cents.
36 by 36 inch All Wool Rugs for only 25 cents.
Large size velvel Rugs for only 75 cents.
O O O O O O ,
103 to 109 Bridge Street,
Big Clothing Stores
115 and 117 Bridge St., Mifflintown.,
the state under
administration, have brought two
hundred and fifty-six-prosecutions
against impure food dealers. Nine
ty-seven cases for illegally selling
oleomargarine. Forty-seven cases
for selling impure vinegar. Aine
cases for selling bad cheese; twelve
cases for selling renovated butter;
ten cases for selling bad milk.
Mrs. Catherine Adams Thomp
son, wife of w . l'atterson lhomp-
ton, deceased, died at her home in
Logansport, Ind., on Aug. 9, 1900,
after an illness of ten days of dys
entery. She was a sister of the
Misses Adams on Washington St.,
Mifflintown and Alton S. Adams
of Walker township. Her hus
band died some years ago. She
leaves three children, two daugh-
and a son.
George Murray of Lancaster Co.,
was bitten by a copperhead snake
while he was at work in a tobacco
field on the 10th inst. He was a
long distauce from a doctor's. He
started for the doctor's. "While
on the way he drank a quart of
whisky and was so drunk when he
reached the doctor's that he be
came unconscious. He was uncon
scious 24 hours, but will survive
the bite and the whisky.
The protracted heat has not af
fected the supply of Macedonia
water as it has affected many oth
er streams. The Silurian forma
tion of Shade mountain borders on
some of the great lakes-along the
Canada line, and it doubtless is
from the lakes that the Macedonia
water comes. As long as the lakes
continue the water supply is as
sured. By a continued drougth
the earth and stones along the
mountain range will absorb a great
deal of moisture, but the stream
can hardly be exhausted as long
as the lakes continue.
On Monday morning, July 13,
Samuel E. Barger of Roland, Cen
ter county, was walking on the
railroad on bis way to Bellefonte
to dispose of a mink skin that he
had taken from the body of a mink
that he killed on the previous Sat
urday. His hearing was not good
and he was struck from behind by
an approaching train. He was ag
ed 85 years and capable of doing a
days work. Be was distinguished
in all that part of the country as
the son of Mrs. Nancy Barger, who
died one year ago at the age of
. The coming man when he re
moves the stones that have recent
ly been placed in the foundation
wall tor the tower of the new Luth
eran church may find here and
there a stone with an iron bolt im
bedded or fast in the stone. Im-
magine gang of men a cen'ury
alter this, gathered around a stone
with an iron plug in it inst then
rolled out of the foundation wall
of the old church. It will on that
day not be considered a geological
wonder to be handed to a geologist
for solution as wa a piece of brick
bat that was handed to a Professor
aflame. The oil in the stove tank took
Are and exploded the stove.. Through
the exertions of her daughters and
neighbors heavy bed spreads were
thrown over Mrs. Elder and the fire in
that way was extinguished, not in time
however, to save her from fatal burning;
Everything on her person excepting her
shoes were burned off. An ambulance
was secured and she was taken to the
hospital. On the way there she said
she had no feeling of pain and express
ed the belief that her burns were not
deep or dangerous. She lay quietly all
afternoon and at 6 o'clock in the even
ing of that day she passed away so
quietly that the friends about her did
not for the time being realize the
change. Mrs. Elder's maiden name
was Julia SuloufF, daughter of Henry
Suloufl. late of Fermanagh, Juniata
county, Pa., deceased. Her husband
Dr. Thomas Elder was born in Mifflin
town and it was here that they first
took up house-keeping. They have
many relatives and acquaintances in
this town and vicinity, M ho all feel
and express the deepest sympathy in
this time of distress that has over-taken
the doctor and his family.
The Mid-Summer Clearing. Sale of
and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
and House Furnishing Goods.
To keepup our reputation of each season having a New
Stock, we have a
Clearance Sale, both
Summer and Winter.
We are more than ever determined to eflect a complete
clearing f ale. The remainder l our ttcck must and will
be sold regardless, of cost.
Now is your chance to save Dollars.
Now is your opportunity.
Don't mi?8 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.
THE LEADER IN LOW PRICES.
1865, ESTABLISHED. 1900.
Special Invitation To The Public
Piiiladblphia heat 106 on Saturday,
Michael Kirch, Sr., of near Span
gler is said tj bo the oldest bicycle
rider in Cambria county. He is 76
A new prooess of making and cool
iag pig iron baa been p jt into U3e in
Cuicago. Under the old process,
several hours elapsed from the time
the molten metal was run into the
rand moulds till it could be taken
out in pigs By the new process
scarce y a minute elapses in the
mould till the pigs may be lifted on
to the cars. Six men by the new
proceea do as much woikas250 men
under the old proot as.
Soap serves many purposes as al
most everyone knos Reader p-r
haps you know how some glib tor gued
fakir came a soap game over you. A
near soap game is now reported by
newspapers. A fakir drives thtoagh
the country selling soip at five dol
lara a box, which sum includes th-
priee of 40 yarda of carpet s leeted
from sample pieces in his waon.
He takes the $5. Leaves a bos of
soap worth 50 cents. The carpet, if
you receive! it would probably be
wortn niteen aouars, Due you nevr
afterward" hear of fakir cr carpet.
You have 50jta worth of Boap. He
has $4.50 of your money.
y Jonas Hertzler f rmerly citizen
of Juoiata county, was dangerously
if not fatally injured by the explo
sion of an empty whisky barrel at his
borne in Cumberland valley. He bad
purchased an empty whisky barrel in
Mecbanicsburg. The bung hole was
to small. He heated a rod of iron,
got astride of the barrel and pro
eeaded to enlarge tbe hole by burn
ing its edge with the red hot iroi
roa. uas, vapor or wnatever oi an
explosive nature in the bortel explod
el with a noise t at was heard a mile
distant. The barrel staves were
To attend the Attractive Sale of Clothing I bit
THE IMMENSE STOCK
D. W. HAR LEY,
It will be
. TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS
Who nave monev to invest to examine the Stock of (loo-is for
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STY LEI
of Su'ts and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Trices.
His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail
to give him a call if in need of Clothing.
D. W. BARLEY
if ahe raised an alarm. The ont- in Geology, ivaeh member of the . scattered over tne premises and Mr
r. wm tut hold and unexpected class was require 1 by the Profes- Herjaler was picked up more dead
that her tongue clove to the roof sor to lay a stone on thedesk. The t than. alive. There are cuts and gashes
of her month. She could not utter Professor had promised to take up in his face. His body is bruised mud
a word. ' every stone at a time and tell the he is hurt laternally.
Why not be well?
115 and 11T Bridge Sire I .
Tuscaror? Valley Railroad.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY, JUNE. 20,
DAILY, EXCEPT 8TTMDAY.
Blairs Milk Iv
Roes F .rin
Pleasar t Vi
Seven Pine s
Port Royal Ar
Train Hot. 1 nd 2 lonnrct t Fort Royal
with Wy ParaeBger anil Seashore Express
on P. B. H., and Noi. 8 tDd 4 with at til vast.
If you are suffering with any disease of the Kidneys,
Bladder or Urinary Organs, Dr. David Kennedy
Fmrorite Remedy will make you well again. It has
cured cases that bordered on tha miraculous.
It quickly cures men and women of Inability to hott
arts, and they are not compelled to get up often and make
vattr at night. It removes the scalding sensation m
passing it. and, when taken according to directions, it
invariably curea pains in the small of the back.
Favorite Remedy not only cures Stone, in tha
Bladder and Bright's Disease, but prevents them
' One case is that of John J. Naru, of aoii North
Eitrhth Street. Philadelphia. Pa. In j8So ho began
to suffer indescribable miseries from Stone in the
Bladder. An eminent physician said a surgical
o Deration was necessary. " unsucccssiui n mi
death, and Mr. Neill put off tbe evil day as long as possible.
While in this frame of mind he heard of Dr. Dmvid
Kennedy' Favorite Remedy, and bought it. Before
ho had finished the third bottle the gravel was completely
dissolved and his sufferings were at an end.
Favorite Remedy is a perfect Blood and
Nerve medicine. It restores the liver to a healthy
condition, cures the worst cases of Constipation,
sad all diseases peculiar to females. It cures Scrof
ula, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism. Your druggist
will sell you a regular full-sisod bottle for i.oo.
Sample Bottle Free.
' Those sufferers who wish to try Favorite
Remedy before buying should send their full
postoffios address to the Da. David Kesnf.iy Cob-
rouATlOR, Rondout, Ki. ana mention "
free sample bottl will be sent them prepaid, together mith
full directions for using. This is a genuine offer, and all
oar readers can' depend upon it. '
Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect at Blair'a
Mills with Concord, Doyletburg Drj Bun,
NoMVille, N eel ton, Shade Oap, Shade
Valley and Qoahoro Station Stage Linen.
WONDERFUL are the cures by
Hood's iNtrsapurilla, and yet they
are simple and natural. Hood's Saras?
sarilla mafcea PURE BLOOD
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
J3EBRY COUNTY RAILROAD.
The followini schedule went Into " effect
Nov. IK, 1896, and the train will be ran aa
L-eave . Arrive a. ra
DuDcaunon 7 64
"King's Hill 7 48
'Sulphur SpHn(r 7 46
Crrniati 8 id me 7 44
MontKbello Park 7 41
6 10 10 43
6 16 9 49
6 21 9 64
6 24 9 57
6 27 10 06
6 32 10 7
6 84 1017
6 87 10 30
8 02 10 36
p. m a. m
Arrive Leave a. m p m
Train leaves Bloomfleld at 6.63 a. m.,
pd arrives at Landisburg at 6.28 a. m.
Train leaven Lnndisbarg at 6.08 p. m., and
arrives at Bloomfleld at 6.40 p. m.
All stations marked () are dag stations,
,.t which trains will come to full stop on
Cbas. II. Shilbv, S. H. Rbo,
VIEWPORT AlTsKRMAN'S VAL
ll ley Railroad Company.. Time table
of pusnngcr trains,
May 18th, 1896. .
in eflect on Monday,
S No.2 No.4
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. j2 I
A M. P, M
Port Itoyal . 0 0 10 20 5 05,
Old Port... 1.310 27,5 12
Turbett 2 810 33i5 18
Freedom.. . . .- 3.7 10 3fi!5 21.
Stewart 4.4 10 39j5 24
Graham's 5.0 10 425 27
Spruce Hill 6.310 50:5 35
Seven Pines 7.2 10 53 5 38
Pleasant View 9.011 01 5 4G
Warble 10.011 06i5 51
Fort Bigham. 12.011 15 6 00
Honey Orovb 14.011 23 6 08
Heckman 15.111 28 6 13
East Waterford 17.511 40 6 25
Perulack 20.5 11 53 6 38
Boss Farm 22.0 12 00 6 45
Leonard's Grove... 24.012 08 6 53
Waterloo 25.512 14 6 59
Blair's Mills Ar.p27.012 20 7 05
Juniata Furnace ...
Green Park .......
Port Robeson ....
Hiiiin .... .....
Mount Pleasant ...
New Germaut'n ...
T M A M
6 05 10 36
0 08 10 88
6 12 10 421
6 15 10 46
6 25 10 62
6 2211 01
6 81 11 09
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