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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN President Cleveland's Messaee. 1 counties in which all lortu of frauds 6.10 o'clock the hose is tamed on th
r ' 6 LeaUeged. It is claimed that in floor, which , never fails to arouse the
many of the precincts throughout the humeroua tramp
, . .a. n . a AST" I m - T
WED3E5DAT, DECEMBER 15, 1886.
B. F. SCHWEIER,
(aires as raoraiaroa.
If President Cleveland understands
i "i a oui oi wit, lie district all of the election officers onc, the floor nnd(ir the high
failed to manifest it in his late me- were democrats. In Kenton county, roies and made it impossible for a
sage to Congress. The annual doc- ni;.i-a nnmrxw of ir- .mess to maintain any other than a
ument is long enough to scare the regularities are set forth.
i i . . .
general reaaer irom more tnan glanc-
PHiLAnKLrmAKS enjoyed sleighing lDg at it, and is dry enough to sicken Qovebxok Pattiso will practice
last week. 1 the men whose business drives them law after his term of office has ex-
to read and analize it The country i nired.
T ...I.. ' I
j-bibidest cxiTSLAND sailers with I is in so profound a state of Deace
1 skat in the New York stock ex
change sold last week for $20,000.
Was the South Pennsylvania a
squeeze on the Pennsylvania Rail
strictly erect Dostnre. As soon as
anybody began to doze his feet west
from him and be same down wiin
painful emphasis. The weak point
in the tradition is attributing to one
of the fraternity the ownership or m
timate acauaintaoce with a piece of
sosd. However, the fact that cleaU
have been nailed to the floor in front of
the ropes rives an appearance of
probability to the story.
A Fierce Mrs af Freedom.
Eubofeax despatches indicate that
a great war will begin in February,
Russia taking the lead.
The Electoral count bill was pass
d by the Lower House of Congress,
and goes back to the Senate.
A. Rat TIMOR? man linn mind a nnirrri.
It is a baby piece of business to take internal revenue SM07.210.94, mak-
that even the Canadian fishery aues-1 Szsatob Siwell, understood the
tion and the Cutting Mexican distur I desire of the people on the trade dol-
bance cannot cause a general ripple I lax question, when he introduced a
of contention, and the slough of Dem-1 bill in the Senate the other day that
ocratic financial depression is so deep provides, "that for a period of six
that the President utterly fails to I months United States trade dollars,
point out a way to a solid and more I if not defaced, mutilated or stamped, I A special despatch from Hinneap
nrnarmrnna hnainnRB fnotintr tr mnn I shall h rwaiynr1 at thnir fa.A t1u I OllS Says : Prof. W. J. CaiT and
rr.,n. 1 TTaiv in ..rmor.f. f .11 ..,. TTnita UlUe. V,UUWJ, VUgngVa 1U OOTTOTIUK
1 1 or I I Ant nn inn atf AMitna itAa, (r.
me Dana ieaa tne Dunai xiesays: paw. J or ine same period, noio-iw-.v.Kn
1 be ordinary receipts of the gov-1 era of trade dollars, on presentation I terday afternoon by a large eagle.
ernment for the fiscal year ended of the same at the United States de- The bird dropped down like a bullet,
June 30, 1886, were 336,439,727.06. positoriee may receive in exchange knocking Chute, hat from bis
Of this amount $192,905,023,41 was . f - . . . " head, assailed him with great fury,
received from cnstoms and $116,805. "ke amounts in face value in stand- The msn m ewbtJ Jd
936.48 from internal revenue. The ra suver dollars or suDsioary coin. for a fe momenta defended himself
total receipts, as here stated, were I The trade silver dollars shall not be I in an unequal combat, calling lustily
$13,749,020.68 greater than for the reissued, but shall be recoined into I for his companion. Prof. Carr com-
the standard dollars.' Has Congress
wit enough to pass the bill t
Thi New York Woman's Christian
Temperance Union met last week one
day and held a long talk against the
use of fermented wines for commun
ing a gain in these items for the last
year of $15,841,295.04 a falling off
in other resources reducing the total
imicKn m iud Duiaiiu nuiuuu, Allen- I - , T , v. ,
tioned. The expense at the different Jhn Polef
The one and a half story house,
ing up, the aavage bird turned upon
him, caught him by the leg, threw
him down, tore his trousers, and,
sinking bis talons in the fatty part
or nit leg, inflicted a serious wound.
The bird then mounted to the collar
of the unfortunate man and seemed
determined to bear him away bodily.
but just at this crisis others came up.
custom houses, of collecting this in- ZfJTvLZ
eased customs revenue was less pu in count d roy. and by their united efforts the bird
than tha exneuna attending th col-I . . 'J . . "J I l.K i e. n i j
r - --o fll hr tin Ihnrl Ft m .Inmht rr " J WW UUUIT B)buuc U1U
P;" FVidav Aftr h.vi ma. securely pinioned. It wae found that
I i t.i : il. -1 I his wines mnaaniwl mnn fvoi tn
I. . ..... I U1BUUKUUUH 1 1 1 1 I lll lllir III. 1 1 i . I - - - - " -' w. h
increased receipts oi internal revenue j v incbe, from tip M j bi
were cuiiecieu i a cum, tu iuo iuier- - T. ' , t WfiI-fi oyer four in. hpa Innrr T,
nal Revenue Bureau $155,944.99 less t7herin7 reUred "h r P wh he made the" attack was
than the expense of such collection I .... ...V .r.u.u"! where th dfln of wo!t.
i . i i cwuci kuau uDuui. ih LiiB f :i ill r i - wV
ior tne previous year. , ., , , P.i found durincr the previous week."
'I'l 1 . .. r 11 1 wva. MA.. A UniU I I
Alio wjiai uruiuwT ciuauwn vi lue I j v. . ,
Uvitid States Senator Jones, of government for the fiscal year ended ,. . . " "
Florida, is love sick and stays in De- rZa:.. firo Proceeded to the room of his pa
lection of such revenue for the
TMsiOTATrrM of eastern cnllefres. ceedincr year by ?40,60: and the
that is colleges located on the Atlan
tic slope are to hold a conference to
devise some plan to regulate the
port s of students.
IT IS W05DXBTDI.
becinflL And how
innidiouBly il grows 10 the vrtem, unUl
on is aurtled to find himaotf lU vicUm
in either the acute or chronic form. He
then learns the fearful tenacity of US
nip and tfie utter powerleameM of Ute
Probably to no dieM have phyaicians
ertn more study, and nono Lm more
completely baffled their efforts to provido
. .-ifi,- nl until AthloDhorot wu dia-
covered there wu no medicine which
would surely euro rhoumetium, neuralgia
and nerroua or tick headache. Thouauula
of testimonials like the following prove
hnnl nneation that Athlophorue u the
onl Mlimble remedy, and that it will do
all that is claimed for it.
Caukill, Green Co., K. Y.
- Auguit 19, 1888.
T rn mmmmend the Athlophoroe to
anybody that is ia want of IU It hie
cured my mother who has had neuralgia
all her life and also rheumatism. Hhe
he ia all free from pain now, and will not
be without a bottle for twice the price. I
tare a bottle to my brother who had neu-
B . . . t j l:m : .
ralgia in tne ooweu anu it uw uuu
few days., ' babk.
Bouses PL, Clifton Co N. Y.
Aturust 18lh. 1886.
Two years am this Bummer I was sorely
afflicted with rheumatism in my right knee
and left shoulder, and wss induce.! ey a
friend to try Athloi.horos. I used fire
bottles, got well, and here been compara
tively free from rheumatism since. Ihae
great faith in it, and hare recommended it
so my friends. Ho far as 1 know all who
have tried il speak its praise.
Erer druggist should keep Aihlophoros
and Alhlophurua fills, but where they can
not he bought of the druggiti the Alhlo
phoros Co.. HI Wall St., .New York, will
send either (carriage paid I cn receipt of
retfuur nrire. whuh is tl.CO ir UUle
for Athlophrmn snd SOr. for I'ilis.
for lirer n'1 kidnry riiiirei. dnmeia. la-
dlmrtitKi. wMlnfM. nrromi dcMlttv. duruM
of women, riipvtiiiinn, hdarbe, iaipure
otuoa. ac.. A unoi.rx are unei;ua:ea.
1 Widower only Eight Days.
hoinrr loan hv Jt17 7RO 707 than aiiofi
u t, UUJcLl i ulo , eipenditure8 for tne year preceding,
tion lives, instead of going to Wash- and leaving a surplus in the Treas-
ington to attend to his Senatorial du-1 nry at the close of the last fiscal year
jie8 i oi f'jj.vot,o99 oo as against oj,4tj,-
1 71. a at tne close oi tne previous
ior,. otaiWJ UUJC plus of $30,492,817.29.
com lortawe in ineir seats ai aen- He anticipates that bv June 30,
Mfirton, till Senator Morrill sprung 1SS7, the surplus in the treasury will
the tariff question, and that insures be J 90.000,000, and consequently rec-
a rood deal of tariff talk for Cowrress ?mmend9 tne cutting off of "super-
fluous revenues," but he suggests no
definite way by which it may be ac-
cnmnliKhpil oxcenL in a annpral cur
fr .1:11 - . a I i. J
abxk is buu. n uiuu oi upei- recommends a "tariff for revenue on-
Stition in the minds of many people. I lv," which is the expression of the
rents and aroused them. Mr. Pow-
ley hurried to save his family, and
succeeded in getting his wife, two
sons and two daughters from the
burning building, being forced to
throw his youngest son from one of
the lower windows. An infant daucrh
ter, sixteen months old, had been
left in the bed while her mother bus
ted herself in assisting to save the
other children, and when she went
for her last born the flames had sur
rounded and enveloped the bed, and
tne little one was burned to ashes.
Mr. Barr occupied an upstairs room,
A despatch from Ottawa, Ont, says;
inere was a nurry of excitement in
St George's the fashionable Episco
pal ennren in tnis city, last evening,
when James Greenfield, the sexton.
wno only eight days before had bur
ied nis second wife, walked into
church with Miss Davies, a blushing
young woman of some twenty sum
mers, leaning on his arm, whom he
married. The bride had been en-
gaged by Greenfield, who is an old
army pensioner, over seventy years
of age, to nurse his wife daring her
illness. This she did faithfully 1
r..t:t j ii . - .
Seventy-five years ago a witch doctor late ctic national platform on to de" 1 but
uem irom ayinr. ine funeral over
u.--i. i. t.i, I unupi m uaain. nomine due a lev r: ia. - i ....
was necessary in every community to ""?, u 4. , charred bones being found amon rV'?:" m0Dey
I where h arwul in hi firar moaaAcro I I lnir anil .i fur lovinrr tha
Thi Secretary of the United States
Treasury has submitted his report
and estimates that there will be need
ed for United Sta;es Government
purposes for the year ending June j i8 good advice, if the question to be
which is indirectly in the interests
of the British gold bnrs and their
New York allies. On the tariff and
silver questions he has the merit that
the colored preacher every Sunday
enjoined on his hearers, namely:
V hat von say fust, say last," which
The Powley family lost all
worldly possessions, besides
80, 1SSS, 325,185,794.
Sf is greatly agitated over
the abduction of Jrs, John W. Gut
ting, wife of a clerk of the Probate
Oonrt Two rgen drove, to the bense J ten
in a wagon and carried her into the
wagon and then drove away.
Dn. Woodbow, of the Colombia,
South Carolina, Theological Seminary
has been dismissed for teaching evo
lution. His case awakened general
interest in the Presbyterian church
south during the past three years.
A dbcbei of the Third Plenary
Council of the Catholic Church cf
Baltimore baa been issued against
Catholics danckg for charity. The
decree forbids the use of the proceeds
of Charity Balls for charitable purposed.
A vrMEta of Concress is in favor
of passing a constitutional amend
inent to empower Congress to pass a
uniform marriage and divorce law.
Another member proposes a consti
tutional amendment giving women
the right to vote.
Washisgtos real estate speculators
have a big job on hand in the exten
ion of certain streets in the district
cf Columbia; How they may suc
ceed in cettinjr bills through Con
gress to further their schemes re
tuauns to be 6een.
stood by is not a wrong ouesiiuu.
On civil service reform he deliver
ed a long list of chestnut sentences,
which arv fearfully in discord with
the practice of his administration.
They have applied th- 'uoo mSiS.
uuui rules iu uuijucaulo
The Philadelphia Bulletin remarks ;
The Presbyterian clergymen in Cin
cinnuti have become much incensed
at the laxity of those members of
tie church who have attended the
performances of the American Opera
Company in that city and who there
by have civen aid and comfort to
the ballet. The . Methodist clergy
men have also declared that they
will put under strict discipline those
Mathod'stB who have been guilty of
Hie same offence. But will this harsh
spirit be productive of good? Is it
not likely if the lash of discipline be
applied to the laymen that they will
be likely to resent the castigation
Thev will declare that they did not
sro to these performances to see the
ballet, but to listen to good music,
eons bv men and women who are
foremost in the ranks of great sing'
' era, and that the ballet was only at
the worst an incidental performance,
in which they would see that no
harm was done to the morals of any
body. We are not certain but that
the Cincinnati clergymen will find
more iniquitous works of the devil
in their city than ballet dancing.
Aa it is, they are simply advertising
an exhibition which many men and
women of pure and wholesome minds
have witnessed without suspecting
that they were doing wrong or conn
and filled many of the . offices with
drunkards, and gamblers, and thieves,
and incapable and dishonest men un
der a series of questions, such as, de
scribe, the course of the currents of
the wind, the currents of the ocean,
what is the height of the highest
mountains in America, in Europe, in
Asia? What are the products of the
valley of the Congo ? What is the
length of the valley of the Juniatat
What is the width of the mouth of
the Amazon river? Name the larg
est rivers in America, north and
south. Does a cow get up behind
or before first T Has a sheep teeth
in both jawst If a toad climbing a
pole 20 feet high ascends 9 feet one
day and slides back 3 feet tbe next
day, how long will it be lh climbing
to the top of the pole ? The Jeffer
sonian test for an applicant for office,
was, ia he a man of good judgment,
an honest man, capable of discharg
ing tne duties of the office t Cleve
land s civu service reiorm is a dw.vt
satire on pretended Jefftxsonian sim
plicity and the message would appear
better withoat a mention of civil
Service reform. Amidst all of the
special pleading of the message it has
a silver b'ning in the recommendation
of enlarged treaty interests with
Mexico, and other countries south
which indicate that tht President has
caught a glimpse of Mr. Blaine's pro
ject of the turning of the business
currents of Mexico and South Amer
ica to the United States for the mu
tual benefits of the people of all the
lections, instead of permitting the
wealth of the trade of Mexico and
South America going to England
. , - I O - - " j t MW CTinmi
lne,r woman out. The heart-broken wid-
four hundred dollars. John Barr was " C " - aT
. . - 1 . . , . T. I "'." UJUUC uuuu mill, BUU UOIDDfU
a resident of (irAnwnn,l Fnrniuu l. ...... . C
. . . r. 1 1 l t -"7"; eu in vain to tne members of
and was at Powley s as before stated congregation, who thought him
t u ".-ao,."iUB mw able to pay the bill himself.
fall butchering. The citizens of that t.i. ; ' i . i.:. t .
rSlt nrwflir. 7 Greenfield found that Miss Davie,
promptly providing for the wants of hftd iBstuJied h,rBft,f thtiTtt nn,n th.
uio lauiuv jaununaaon k;ii ... ,.!
John Byler offers a valuable farm at prl
vate sale. The farm is situated along the
main road leading from Mifflin town to lie-
Altstersville, in Fermanagh township, Jun
iata Co., Pa., and only 21 miles from the
former place. The farm contains 143
ACHES of land. 120 acres of wbicu are
cleared, the balance in valuable timber.
The land is in a good state of cultivation
and nnder good fence. The improvements
are a good frame honse SO by 86 teet, a
good frame bank barn 40X90 ieet, and oth
er oat-buildings, a well 6 feet deep of nev
er failing water is st the door of the house,
and a well 16 feet deep, of never failing
water is at the barn. There ia an orchard
of over 100 trees on the farm.
For further particulars call on JOHN
BYLER, on the farm, or address him at
Mifllintown, Juniata county, Pa.
Congressman Dowdset, of New
York City, fell dead with apoplexy
one evening last week, which makes
the 12th deceased member of the
49th Congress. The numerous deaths
has given considerable employment
to their brother Congressmen in pre
paring obituary speeches. If a doz
en or- two more Congressmen
should die the obituary speeches
might inculcate the lesson, that fame
iB only a puff of human applause
and human wealth only a bauble,
and "that it is all vanity and vexation
of spirit" as the wisest and most fool
ish of the Hebrew rulers came to
realize in his later days.
Geobge H. Thoebe will contest the
seat of Mr. Carlisle in Congress.
Thoebe s petition alleges that there
were cast for Mr. Thoebe 1,000 legal
votes that were not counted. It is
charged that the poll books and the
returns of Primble county were all
in violation of the law and were open'
ed within less than three days after
the election; that the ballot-boxes
of Primble county were in the custo
dy of the county clerk and liable to
he tampered with. Obiectiona are
made pf Grant, Carroll and Galatin
A correspondent of the St Louis
Globe & Democrat, writing from
New Tork says : The nights are
colder and benches in the parks are
in less demand- A tramp if he is
tough and doesn't mind cold feet,
can find a lodging place without
trying more than one square, and if
he is particular about it he can have
an entire bench to himself. Business
at the bumming hotels of the bow
ery is picking up in proportion to
the falling off of park patronage.
The gentlemon of inelegant leisure
who can acquire five cents goes to a
dive where beer dregs are kept on
draught, pays his nickle for a drink
and has ine privilege of sitting on a
bench for the rest of the night. If
the place is not crowded he can lie
down, but he has to get his legs out
of the way and sleep sitting np if
more guests arrive, as his nickel en-1
titles him only to one Bea por
tramps out of luck thej ja fc iei9 ex.
pensive lodging 0n the East
Sides xlia proprietor formerly had
benches in the back room, but his
patrons were the more disorderly
class of wanderers, and they broke
np so many benches during their
boisterous disagreements that the
profits were all absorbed in repairs
to the furniture. Therefore he has
discarded benches aud chairs and
stretches three stout ropes across
the room two at the height of four
feet from the floor and one at about
a foot and a half. He draws staler
beer than the benchhouses keep and
charges only three cents a glass.
The purchaser of a glass of beer ac
quires the privilege of leaning
against a ropeall night, and sleep
ing there, if he can. Early custom
ers gat tne low rope and can sit on
the floor with their backs against the
cable. By throwing the arms over
the rope and letting it support the
body under the arm pita, an attitude
of sybaritish comfort is attained. An
old customer said: "It's a little
tough at first boss ; but you try it
for a few weeks, and it's reg'lar swell
snoozin . l ve got caiouses on my
back and nnder the arms, aud that
ere rope's fine as live feathers now.
ler ougnter try it. .Late comers
have to put up with less luxurious
accommodations on the high line,
standing np and hanging over it in
such posture as the individual fancy
or experience suggests. Late at night
this nnique lodging house presents
picturesque appearance. Some of
of the guests have their backs
against the ropes and their arms OV
er it an attitude oi somewnat care
less dignity and ease ; but those who
are notoriously addicted to snoring
are constrained by pressure of pub
lic opinion to reverse the position
and bang over the high line with
their breasts against it and faces
downward. The proprietor usually
cautions new guests that gentlemen
who snore are not permitted to sleep
on their backs. Toward morning, if
the house ia full, the rope gets saggy
in the middle, and the guests are in
clined to slide down from the ends
toward the middle, which tends to
crowd the line worse than three in a
bed, and promote discord, ill temper
and kicks. Guests are supposed to
depart at 6 A. and promptly at,
The bill was arnica
bly talked over, and finally a com
promise was effected. Greenfield
promised to marry the charming
young nurse on her signing a re
ceipt in full of all demands that she
might have against them Within
eight days Greenfield was transform
ed from a grief-stricken widower in
to a weather-beaten bride groom.
A letter from Newberry county,
South Carolina, says, the condition
of manv of the people in that county
is distressing in the extreme. The
freeze of last January killed their
oats and wheat, hail beat down their
crops in tha early part of May, and
in Mav twenty floods ewent awaj
what the hail left. Farmers lost all
of thir crops except what was plant
ed on high lands. Their cotton crop
will not amount to 40 por cent of
last year's crop, vbich was ajlad one.
1 hey have do Beej iq plant next sea
son. ani nothing to buy with. It
w'!l be a hard fight to keep life in
the bodies this winter. The condi
tion of the whites is bad enough,
but that of the blacks is worse. They
have nothing, and the whites are un
able to help them. Farmers say that
the negroes will have to leave and
seek employment elsewhere. This
terrible state of affairs is only in one
section of Newberry that along the
Peach riyer bottoms.
From the Snyder county Tribune.
Saturday night a week two tramps
applied at the residence of George
bchoch, renn township, for shelter,
whicli the kindly dinposed gentleman
granted, giving them a place to sleep
and their breakfast Sunday morning.
The tramps while at breakfast over
heard the family making arrange
ments to attend morning services at
Salem, and, after finishing their morn
ing meal, tnanked Mr. bcuocn and
went awav. After the family had left
the house the nngratefnl tramps re
turned, forced nn entrance, and made
way with a gold watch and chain,
some clothing and money, in all
amounting to about $125. Upon his
return Mr. Schoch at once missed
the stolen articles, raised a posse of
about twenty of his neighbors, knd
succeeded in cipturing the thieve at
Fremont the Fame day (Sundav).
They are now under lock and key at
The boiler of a railroad engine ex
ploded near Annville on the Leban
on Valley Railroad, on last Thurs
day evening. A freight train ran in
to the train with the exploded engine.
Cars loaded with coal oil and hay,
took fire and quits a conflagation
prevailed in which a tramp lost his
John Symons, of Hollidaysbnrg,
Pa., threw on his fire place for a
back log, a large nnsplit oak stick
with a hole in a decayed knot on one
side of it. Before the log began to
blaze three rattlesnakes of a good
Bize crawled out of the hole. Symons
killed them with a pair of tongs.
They had twenty one rattles among
William Scroeder, a young man,
boarded a moving freight train at
Hollidaysburg, slipped and fell, and
his right leg and the lower part of
his body were crushed into a shape
Canal oayegatioa b$8 been cloted.
FOR WINTER WEAR.
Soml Special Low Prices on All-
Woo, Double Width
80 CENTS A YARD.
Camels' Hair Suitings at 50 eta.,
French Tricots at $1.40.worth
Plain Colored Cloths at 50o., 65c,
75o. and $1.00.
BUCK jm AT LOW PfilCES.
Special Values in BLACK AND
SATIN BHADAHES and
Large assortment of Plain, Colored,
STRIPED SILK VELVETS
at Lowest Pricefi.
Latest Novelties itiDre3 TiimmiuJ,
in Braid, Jet, Feather and Fur.
Our $20 00 and $25.00 K'iik-':a'u Seal
Plush Coats nro U!iepi.id at
the prices ail ir.M. !
SLoil fl-wi Pl'iih lianties, Cloth
Jackets and Newmarkets in la
Finest Alaska Seal Coats and Short
Wraps at close prices.
Small Furs in great variety.
Our Mail Order Department sends
prices and samples promptly.
JOS. IIORNE k COMPANY'S,
Are oonatantly exposed to danger from
Colds, Chooping Congh, Croup, and
diseases peculiar to the throat and
lungs. For such ailments, Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral, promptly adminia.
Wed, affords speedy relief and cure.
As a remody for Whooping Conch,
with which many of our children were
afflicted, we used, daring the past win
ter, with much aatisfaction, Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral. For thia affection, we
consider this preparation the most effi
cacious of all the inediciaes which have
come to our knowledge. Mary Park
hurst, Preceptress, Home for Little
Wanderers, Lancaster, Md.
My children have been peculiarly sub
ject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to
find any effective remedy until I com
menced administering Ayer'a Cherry
Pectoral. Thia preparation relieves the
difficulty of breathing and invariably
cures the complaint. David O. S Larks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., H. Y.
I hare nsed Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral
In my family for many years, and
have found it especially valuable in
Whooping Cough. This medicine allays
all irritation, prevents inflammation from
extending to the lungs, and quickly sub
dues anv tendency to Lung Complaint.
J. B. Wellington, PlainvUle. Mich.
I find no medicine so effective, for
Croup and Whooping Cough, as Ayrr's
Cherry Pectoral. It saved the life of rcy
little boy, only six months old, carrying
him safely through the worst case of
Whooping Conch I ever aaw. Jane
Malone, Piney lata, Tenn. ft
Ayers Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. i. C. Ayor fe Oo, rowed. Vsm.
tfrts. Friot 1; sis boUlM. Si.
We hare never had so coin
plete stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS
Our Dress Goods Departmen
is full to overflowing. Don'
miss the bargains, we invite you
to com in and see for yourself.
You can be suited with our low
nriced dress traxxls of all the
newest shades. You may wan
something in Black and Color
ed Silks, Black and Colored
Cashmeres. We have them
Call for what you want.
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
You will find one of the most
complete in the county. The
gum boots and shoes that w e
sell thia fall have an improved
sole and heel that adds to their
wearine duality. Don't miss
We have Men's Fine Shoes at
prices that will astonish you, our
stock of Ladies' Shoes can not
be surpassed in the county.
Our stock is all freh and clean
and sold at prices that will sur
prise you. We have on hand
a full line of Fresh, Plain and
Aleo, the only full line of
in the county. Every house
must have its lull supply oi
Queen and Glassware, this U
the btore to call on fur such ar
All orders by mail will re
ceive prompt attention.
Remember the place,
Uii Street, Opeositk Cocbt Horae,
MiSlititovt ii. V.,
This is the Pia
We propose to sell you clothing that will
couiioruiuie. ju jjjj -
Wo TlcTraa in coll wn, .4 1, '. . l
i, j. vju j -.in turning Hi at jj
and every thing we sell you must be as repre.i'ttjj,
We can suit you in Sack, Cutaway, or AILe
the nice styles of these days. " ' w uT
u.' o..: : , '
ire ouiu juu iu BUiuiuer 00ld, abort Co
fancy coats. Send us your order, tell ua H .
give you satisfaction. u
We keep a full line of pants, linen, woolen
mixed goous ' u pui4 rf
nice wnite vests, broad cloth coat .nj c
HI Ik A .
a II'. .11 . a 1 -
panu. u e sen a greai many Hurt of all kinds
OI goouai iuai uieu aim uuys wear
YV e can accommodate von irom tha crown r t
the feet. We invite you to see ua, iu the fir,.. , tei
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER AND Frpir
Jane 10. 18S6.
J WARREN PUTTS,
ATTORN! I-AT-LA VT,
atlFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA CO., PA-
Collectlof and conveyancing promptly
ettended tu. Office with AtkiDson k. Ja
TIM B.T 1 1,.
Loin K. Aruasoi. Oso. Jacuss, Js
ATK1.ISO.I At JACOB,
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
HuctTgd,,!, 3o T H '-,
m., an r r l m V-
Port Kovi , - . - i
, m., arm
! and at
Collecting and Coavevaaciof prompt
I; attended to.
Orrict On If ain street, ia place of rfsi-
nrfl of I.ntii. H. Atkinartn Kn.. mnfh At Sti in. r.
Bridge street. lOci 2, ISMS, i at 7.HJ n M ttor.Bi.,
CRAWFORD, M. D.,
11 a resumed actively tbc practice ot
Medicine and Surf err and their collateral
branches. Office at the old corner of Third
and Orange strts, Mifllintown, Pa.
March 29, 117;.
ob McLarOBua. Jostra W. SriaaiL
MCLATGIILII A ST.M.vlEL,
PORT ROTJL, JUS1ATJ CO., PA.
QS?Only reliable Companies represented.
Dec. 8, 1875-ly
stations between A.twos nd
Math.. JJ:m:ait Wl J1
.15p. n. '-a
Mau. Tsais let pll!U
6.oo a. iu., Airoons u 2.00 p. a
picg st Ail regaUr sr.twni urn,, Z
at o I S p. ru.. riArrinhn.,: in.
CURED by our
tion Powder. ? af'e, sure cure. Sl.OJ bv i a at
mail wiin ium aireciions. Boos tor A cent
stamp. PKET 4l CO., 601 Sixth Avenue,
New York. Jan. 8, S5-lv
iriiT-MT Lin or assabam
"Those Who Knew Him,"
Krora tlie obcnrity ol bis boho.Nl loth.
dte oi his trick- death. Anrw Kiographjr
of the tTrt American Preniderit. frnrn a
new stand point-acurate and exhaii.tire in
ft and incident, replete with anurdnto.
profuse and eUgant in illiiKtration (lOO
engraving from orctnal deigns iliis
tratii'jt incidents, snecdjl-.-", peons, 4.c,
includine 10 SKvl Porfrsiin )
ABEKTS WANTED I rJ." ..'7";
evidence that this U the must SiUb'. and
proS'sble book pul!:hel. nr. to ssre time.
tend $1 Zb at or.ee (or Car.Taire Bixik,
and state -ur chi ice of tiiwntti)s. Ad
dress. N. D. THOMPSON' PVBMSiUXU
Co., Pu. St. I.nnis, M'., or iNev Tork
City. 8 29-Ct.l
EASILY ACCOJJHTED FOR
liapra.rr aflbr oil. i raall. arrawnlpti far
! lb. boar, ml Animal., ana
wllb aprcial rraaid ;o m a.a.ral aaapla.
IhlT aa plan! In.1."
K.erj aarllrle er whlrb are raa.
aaawC. ia airrrt luual .1 rartablra.
Wa reader lata IcmiiI Imiaedlalrl, a.atUbla
It tha S?5 PHOSPHATE
Wblrb w. rleiai la b. a very apreial aaU
vaataie. aa II claealhr eraa aa aarlv alart
aa. aaalalaa II aalll fully aaalarra. aa.
aaraiaa.aUT laisra.las lb. aail.
BtoTBA Pa . Jan lrt. lw
-T""1?f themBhI laatad H4I I. II-! V
ax aakaadewovton. laai MUaflMl Ibal Baago's
UiabaaKoaaratoma aaarllaepamaneM raauila.
I bad batlar abaal and cut man araa, tat two Mara
bar I sard tha J2& Pbaapbalr. 1 anil aaa aa
Tif4 ,"- !' (ancaralatma H.a.b'a
bbaa on sraaad. fADUUi.
to double their protlts by Introducing a line
of new goods, indispensable to all fAmilie.4,
ill address for lull particulars. HEALTH !
FOOD COMPANY, 'o. 72, 4th Avenue,!
ew Tork. Jan. 8, t5-ly.
having innocently contracted the habit ot
self abuse in his youth, and in consequence !
suffered all tbe horrors of Sexual Incapacity
Lost Manhood, PhysicAl Decay, General .
Prostration, etc., will, out of sywpaty for I
for bis teilow sufferers, uWl tree the recipe !
by which be was flnallv cured. Address
ia confidence. J. T. PINKNEY. ii adelphia daily at 11 14 a. m.,Hmt.1
Uxli Kxpres leaves PitTiburrt',,
lug.jon . ai pm; Lewirtoe--51 . .
flin 9 1 o p m ; tlAmbar2 luis ...
de;pLia4:SAm. ' "
fhi"de!this Eiprcst will aoni Jr.
at H Si wbenflged.
WaT Pa(9EIG leA'M P!tUaja
daily at 4 S'J s. m.; HarrijOrf, J !i ta;
DuLcsutioa, 9 ai s. m.; St'prf, a a
m.; l(iilerst"w-rj. 9 ?,6 a m.:Tnomirr-
a. u.: Via Dyke, aim. a: Ta
ora, ! 5S a. ni.; Mciico, lu r! a a fat
K-val. 11107 a. il.; .jSa,luljaa;
H.Llonl, 19 1 a. m j Xarro, ItOi a,
Lewistown, 10 4U a. m.; oTsrtosi,!!'
a. Newton Hamilton, lliiAa,ia
tingdon, 12 p. m.; Tvroi, !iy rs
Aitoooa, 1 4' p. tu., and tup it ail nriaT
stations between Uarruburj ml it
Otfteb ExrtEH leaves FiuiainiUlA,
It At 5 4' i p. tu., Hirru!ur, 10 li f. a,
slumping at Kucivuie, Karyivius, Daa
noQ, Nepjrt, Ma.cr-toiTlioai'An,
Port Hoy si, time st Ki Bin, 1 1 M a a, Ir
tooua. 2 J1.' a. ai., Aud Pittsburg, i llita
Mail Tsaii Icavm PiillAJalpnis ia.f a
7.(11 a. ru., Ilarnsb;;rg U.W a. bv, Jw
port, 12 Li p. m., M.Slio U.17 p. a. aa
JjlDf At ail re jlllAT Statlutlt Detasta Lti
sd1 Aituons rescues A tounAAtlttp a,
Pittsburg S.2'J p. m.
ALTUuK A AcCOSSODATtUl leTW fbr
Cedar St., Kew York. Jan. S, "85-ly.
The advertiser having been permanently
cured of that dread disease, Consumption,
by a simple remedy, is anxious to niabe
known to his fellow sufferers the means of
cure. To all who desire it, he will send a
a copy of tbe prescription used, (rskB.)
with the directions for preparing and oxing
the same which th-y will hod a sure Crai
. 1 , ..t r.IV.., .131 O I
scription, will please aiidress, Kev. E. A.
WILSON, 194 Peno St., William.'.burgh,
N. Y. Jan. t, 'bj-ly.
i a ui
jUlS'IATA VALLEY BANK,
BRANCH AT PORT ROYAL.
Stockholders Individually Liable.
JOSEPH KOTUROCK. Prmdtnt.
T. VAN IRWIN, Cathier
W. C. Pomeroy, Joseph Kothrock,
Noah Hertxler, . Philip M. Kepner,
Amos G. Bonsall, Louis E. Atkinson.
Robert K. Parker.
Philip M. Kepner,
L. S. Atkinson,
W. C. Pomeroy,
Amos G. Bonsall,
Annie M. Shelley,
Jane H. Irwin,
R. E. Parker,
J. Holmes Irwin,
T. V. Irwin,
T. B. Prow.
BAUGH & SONS,
of oar Worka 1
.PHILADELPHIA. : A.
Use BaEgh's $25 PHOSPHATE
AtTITH, r-tU.HA.NKJiT, CHEAP
ANIMAL BONE MANURE
Three and Four per cent, interest will be
paid on certificates of depnsite.
. Fall and H Inter Goods.
I wonld inform the public that I have
now in roy new millinery store at my place
of residence on Water street. Mifflintown,
second door from corner of Bridge street,
a fnll stock, of Pali and Winter millinery
goods, all new, and of the latest stvhss,
snd having employed first class milliners,
lam prepared to supply the public with
everything found in a firstclass milliner
store, come and examine icy stock. I
consider it no trouble to show goods.
May 2-83.1. v.
JOB PRINTING OF
4M at tfcii Qb.
AGISTS WARTSD TO SrLL BKHIlllaCEXCKS"
OF tl TSAIS ia THK RATIOS I L HKTinpoLlS, !
byBEN per ley poors.!
lllnstratinr: the wit huun.r. ami en-en.;
trlcitte ir naateil celrbriilei. a I
richly lllutratel Irest ..: ii:r!
Socirly History, rroin "ye oldrn time'' to
the Fcddiny of Cleveland. Wonderfully
Popular. Agents report rapid sale. Ad
dress for circular aud terms, HIURAKD
BROJv Publishers Philadelphia. Pa.
ALL. person, .re ,e,by cautioned
against Ashing or buntins;, gatherinir
berries, or crossing fields, or in any other
way trespassing oo the lands of the under
i. S. Eiiui.
Sttbocribe for the StnHmt a4 Rilium.
4.10 i. m.. DnQcaaaoa 4 45 B. a.,
pert 5,13 p. m., MiUeratu.a f a,
Tuouipsoiitowa 4,it p. in., Tm-iru W
p. m., f uscArura a. to p. d, lltikis i,U y
in., Port KuvaI j.j- P- n- HJaa
tu., Le istown p. oi., MsVa;:ii
4 p. ui., wtou UAjj.tuB 7,19 t a.
Uuuin.g Jja 7 4'J p. m. Aiiwn W.
Pacitic Express Icsves PhiisirijUUl
ni . H .rribiirir i 10 s m ; DiacuM'
dtfani; Newrjrt 4Ul sm; li&l.ii
m; Lewtstown 5ll sm; McVfjtossifi
: Mt. L'aiun a 54 a a; Hiifit"
Petersburg 6 -ii sai spas ia
6 4?am; TvruL. i Hi Hi Dt-ss."
7 27am; Alteuna b'-'i s n; P'l
1 2 4ti p m.
S- a h re Express tul, a
will connect witS juud.y sIai! l
Ilarrisburs' it 1 15 p. m. ,
Wav PAssenger -.! snJ J
stop it Luciinv PorJuV
Tralus leave L-wton Jt--' "Jj
roy at 4 46 am, K-45 i -a, '
Sunbury t 7 13 s tu, 1 " ?
UUroy st y 0'J s m, 1 1? ;", t3'
Sunbury st a -5 a m, 3 3op-
Trains leave Tr,.Uo lor
Lock Haven st S H s ai, '!,
Sluaui, 3-l.-jpiu,7 WP-
Train, leave Tyroo. tr
' l '.,,vr ....iiiiav
and Lock H eu ai U P '
Trains who at Tyrone- f: fi
ville and Clearfield st 6 at
m, 6 3Upm. ffr
Trains arrive st TyMefK-
m and 4 ot p in.
Trains arrive at Tyrone fi
6S a m, at i ib p ui.
il. iB. T.K.K.JtbnF
Trair.s leave Hunting'"
Bridpeport slid 0:iuberiAr4 Ai
i:d 5 p. m.
Train srrive st tluUt:nt' U
f.,rd, Hiidifepert aud LLOiOcrl
p. ui., 5 l'i p. m.
Trains leave Altoona ft P"10 p r
y S UI.
7 20 a in
5rt p m.
Trains arrive at
South, st 6 5i a ui
U0 p ui. i p
port noyal Pt-"
a r roll
Urackel and Scrm
. . . l.th. SB
Alo, dealers in sf.mit
lumber of every descnpt'tiB. .
Countrr Inmbor d w- "
ders by mail prompt..
orders should besfn: to.