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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
' MIFFLINTOWN :
JTED3ES1HY, DECEMBER 15, ISM.
Subscription, SI. 00 per unn if
within VI months; $1.60 If mot paid withia
TitBsieBt advertisement ia sorted it (0
tents per iach for each iasertioa.
Transient basinea aotices la local col
taia, 10 ceata per Una for each laeerttoa.
paaactiaas will b and to thM desiring
M Uveitis by the year, half or ,narter
Christmas toy at Hackenberger'a.
Court adjourned on Thursday evening.
Tba new leaf la about ready to ba turned.
A county Treaaurer will be elected next
Aa argument court will be held on the
ycClare'a lectare la well spoken of by all
who listened to iu
Ebrnsburg, Cambria county people have
a scarlet fever epidemic.
Blixiarda and teachers institutes are re
ported Iron all directions.
AppW-s were selling at 60 cants a bushe!
bom the wagon, last wees. .
Tbe use ot aulpher among children. It la
asld, will prevent diptheria.
Thomas I. Zimmerman, of Henry, 1111
aeis. Is visiting friends in Juniata,
Levi Goshen of this place, shot a deer
oa seven mountains some days ago.
The creamery management have added
aa ics house to their establishment.
German Carp have been placed in Daniel
McConneH's pond in Turbett township.
The weather prophet is puzzled or er
what to aay about the outcome of ao early
It doesn't sound well for people to run
down their own town, through which they
get their living.
Tbe Democracy of Huntingdon and Har
rlsbnrg are having a lively tight over post
J. B. lierideth of Cocalamus shot two
wild turkeys that weighed, respectfully
1SJ and 19 pounds.
Miffiin county debating societies are de
bating the question," Should women have
the right of suffrage."
Tbe canal has been closed. Now is the
Cxe to close In and buy your Christmas
toys at Uackeaborger's.
J. W. Rupert of Patterson, drove 71 horse
shoes last week one day within a period of
savsn and a quarter hours.
Georgs Kaufman, of Dickinson county,
Kansas, Is visiting numerous friends and
relatives in J an iata county.
Whea looking about to buy Christmas
toys, for Christmas, don't miss a bargvia
by missing Hackenberger'a place.
Coma to town for yonr Christmas goods;
the stores are full of nice articles, and the
merchant are ready to wait on you.
Tka tumble la the price of coal oil last
week caused a loas of over three million
dollars in Pittaburg among apeculators.
B. T. Oliver, formerly of East Salem, haa
ratarned from the weat, and at tbe pre ent
Uta ia at Honey Brook, Chester County.
Tka regular exercises were gone throoga.4
ta the Academy last Saturday, o me tip
lsfa6r on'fehlch recitations ' were not
Jeremiah Lyons and A. J. Patterson,
coght the A bra in Book farm in Ferman
agh township at public sale, last week, for
Tbe Europeans may fight before Febru
ary, bnt that will not prevent you from
saying your toys for Christmas at Hacken
berger's. It is said that the children in tbe Soldier's
Orphan schools in this state are receiving
batter treatment than before the exposures
of last spring.
Bsrrisburg bad no Legislature last winter
aid is correspondingly happy over the one
Shat is rapidly ushering itself in to the cap
Hoi of the State.
The wrecking crew went to McVeytown
OB Sunday afternoon, and brought a car
loaded with special freight that had been
wrecked, to Mifflin.
Jack HcCa'iea of Hantingdoi Co., has
shot five deer this aesson and a few days
sgo he shot two wild turkeys within a
hundred yards of bis house.
The Huntingdon Journal remarks, that
the boy who shoots a gum sling shot or
throws s snow-ball on tbe street should be
promptly pnt in the lock up.
Elegant assortment of umbrellas at Heck's
The "Gloria" takes the lead for beauty
awl durability. An appropriate gift. Gold
and silver mounted handles.
Mr. John Motier drove across Tuscarora
rountain in a buggy last week. He says
the road was smoothed the ice and snow
hiring evened the rough places
Mrs. Jennings died at the residence of
sr niece, Mrs. Luther Thompson, in Walk
er township, on the 5th inst. Interment in
trava.jard at Milleratown, Perry Co.
The Farmer's Congress will meet at
Washington D. C, on the 11th day of next
January. D. B. McWiliiama of this county
represents the 18th Congressional district.
It required nine bullets to kill a 277
pound black bear the other day In Blair Co.,
st s point along the Bell's Gap railroad.
Bruin was Mint to Pittaburg- and was sold
In the vicinity of Dimmsville, on Satur-
y night a week. B. F. Brookart's house
as bumed down with aU his household
fects. Nothing saved but a set of shoe
C. B. Horning has opened an office as
Justice or Peace, in the room with B. F.
Burcbfield Eaq., on bridge street, where he
ill attend promptly to all business en
wusted to bis care.
Mr. New was tbe father of eleven sons
ad one daughter. He ran short of names
otrd the end. and so the youngest son
as called "Nothing New," and tbe daugh
ter 'Something New."
The "Gloria" umbrella is surely "a
fcinr of he.nf v and a iov forever." Never
trout. A splendid holiday gift- Gold
ud silver mounted bandies.
G. W. Heck
It, and Scratchea of every kind cured
h0 Minutes by tfoollonl's Sanitary Lo
Use no other. This never fails.
SoM by L. Banks fc Co., Druggists, Mifflin-
,Pa. fjan-20 6'.j
People afoot now cross the river bridge
ThomDsootown. It is hoped that a pro!-
M"- percentage on the money Invested
T be realised by the citUM who carried
A toilet luxury in every respect. Avern
Hair Vigor never fails to restore the youth
ful freshness and color to faded and fray
nair. It also eradicates dandruff and pre
vents the hair from falling.
Despatchea from a number of localities
report legal proceedings against men who
attempted to kiss women of their acquain
tance. Kissing goes by favor. Don't try
to kiss a woman that don't want to be
Not every woman, who arrives at middle
age, retains the color and beauty of her
hair, but every woman may do so by the
occasional application of Ayer'a Hair Vigor.
It prevents baldneas, removea dandruff, and
cures all scalp diseases.
Tbe following is the address on a letter
received at the Juniata Post Office a few
days ago s
"Not out of Pennsylvania this letter must go
But to Juniata P. O. aa you very well know;
When a he gets there it ia easy to aay
Miss Alice Bosom took this letter away."
Be happy, be contented, be kind to your
selves and buy one of the elegant "Gloria"
umbrellas for your own ns. Hake others
happy, make others contented, be kind to
others, and buy one of tbe elegant "Gloria"
umbrellas as a present for a friend. For
sale at Heck's.
Why, I am told, my dear friends," said
a temperance orator in a low, earnest tone,
'that sixteen thousand liquor saloons are
ia sight of Trinity Church steeple. Now,
what do you think of that ?" A voice from
near the entrance replied: "It'a wuth climb
in' (bic) up the stairs to see."
Directors of some of the districts in Cam
bria county refused to allow the common
schools to be closed during institute week.
The County Superintendent wrote to the
State Superintendent, and be says the law
requires tbe schools to be closed on insti
tute week. The school governing power is
English Spavin Liniment temoves all
Hnrd, Soft or Calloused Lumps and
Blemishes from horses, Blood Spavin,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeny, Ringbone, Stifles,
Sprains, Swellings, etc. Save $30 by use of
one bottle. Sold by L. Banks A Co., drug
gists, Mifflintown Pa. Jan. 20-87.
The election of a superintendent of pub
lic schools, seems to engage tbe attention
of the niinda of the teachers to as great a
degree aa the institute. The names men
tioned most in connection with the office
are McAfee, Groninger, Turbett, Ailman,
Auman, Heller and Martin.
Mr. J. F. Detra, of Walker township, re
turned last Saturday from a viait to a son
and daughter in Mifflin Co. Tbe daughter
teaches a school in Ferguson Valley, and
the aon is employed in Mann's axe factory
He has been connnected with the factory
during the period of tbe last fourteen yeara.
A man from Michigan went down to
Springfield, Ohio, and offered to start a
bank if the citizens would give him a brick
building and $100,000 in casta. We are
happy to add that his offer was not accept
ed. We cannot afford to lose such an en
enterprising, liberal-hearted man a s that.
Detroit Free Press.
Mrs. Minks "Oh! such a lucky accident
happened to day." Mr. Minks (suspiciously)
iligbty few accidents that happen to us
are lucky." Tou know that girl I engag
ed yesterday f" "Of course; well f" "Well
to day she started the kitchen fire with
kerosene and blew the kitchen roof off ;
why you could hear it for three squares."
'(Iru Oesar!" "Yes, isc't it lucky 1 that
Mrs Upstart won't wo Oder if we keep a girl
now." Omaha World. ...
Tbe Bloomneld Advocate aaya ; It ia
staled that during the terrible fire at Mary s-
ville, a freight train waa repeatedly "cut"
by persona supposed to be the incendiaries
for the purpose of preventing the train get
ting out of the way of the special from
Harrisburg having on board tbe fire engines
and tboa for an hour and a quarter the ar
rival of tho engines to the relief of the
stricken town was delayed. Such mis
creants should be struog up. I
For some time past, Mr. James Ramsey
of this place, has noticed that bis wood
pile was being visited by some p-rson who
was helping himself most generously, and
he determined to catch him. Last Satur
day morning, Mr. Ramsey found that dur
ing tbe nigbt his uninvited wood consumer
bsd been present and helped himself large-
He tracked the man to bis house
brought him to tbe wood pile and be says
made good bis charge of stealing. We
mention no names.
Some days sgo John Reather, an old
citizen of Blooaitteld township, Bedford Co.,
was arrested on the charge of setting fire
to Jackson Stuc key's baru in 1882, and
committing other diabolical crimes. Stuck-
ey and Reather were neighbors snd had
been quarreling. fcver since tbe fire S tuck
ey has been greatly harassed. Five of his
horses have been poisoned and poison was
placed in his spring. Finally detectives
were employed, and one of them, who
made love to Heather's dsughter and gain
ed bia confidence, worked tbe whole story
out of him and got biin to repeat it in the
bearing of several unseen witnesses. Tbe
arrest followed. Reatber ia now in jail
awaiting trial. Stucker's loss by tbe burn
ing of tbe barn was $6,000. John Reatber,
it is said, baa also confessed to tbe detec
tive that be fled from Werseberg, Germany,
fourteen years ago for fatally shooting a
royal game-keeper named Herdenberg."
Colonel A. K. McClure, ot tbe Philadel
phia Times, lectured in tbe Court Honse on
last Tuesday evening, on "Take the bnany
Side." The building was more than two
thirds filled with an appreciative audience,
who listened with marked attention to tbe
Colonel's addreas. Mr. McCture's style of
address is not that of an orator, but is more
that of a man in earnest conversation, and
bis voice is not loud, but bis lecture is a
sn and it the work of a man of
Teat literary ability, and tho advice given,
it followed, would make bia audience hap-
py, morally and physically healthy. Mr.
McClure made bia first appearanco in this
town forty years sgo, as tbe first editor of
the Juniata Sentinel, which paper was af
terwards consolidated with tbe Republican,
n ia now published as the Jcsiaia Skb
miL ao KrrBULiCAS- Tbe proceeds of
the lecture are to be used in helping to pay
for tbe pipe organ for the rresoyterian
church. A hearty vote of thanks was giv
.L..i...irnriiii fine lecture, which
en lue uuiwuv
was all the pay be received.
Three at a Shot.
Fma Press. On
. , .... . , of hunters from Mc-
Saiuruaj -1 -- . . r
Veytown went to Beatty's Knob, bct of
Milroy, and one of tbe number, A. J. Jen
kins, shot three deer wim u -
of them were killed outright, and the thud
ran for about half a m.le when it fell dead.
When Mr. Jenkins shot he saw but two of
then., which were standing abreast, but did
not think of killing tnor. than one. W
ballet passed through the bodies of both
and struck tha third, which was lying down
a short distance beyond those at which he
directed bis aim.
THE WEEK OF PRATER.
The Programme as Arranged by the Of
leers of the Evangelical Alliance.
The week of prayer begins on Snnday,
January 3. Tbe topics suggested by the
United States Evangelical Alliance for ex
hortation and prayer, are :
scbdat, January 2.
Sermons "O, Thou that bearest prayer,
onto Thee shall all flesh come." Psalm
Hobday, January 8.
Praise. For rich spiritual bleasings ; for
the long suffering grace of God ; for mani
fold temporal blessings, private and public j
for many tokens of the mighty working of
tbe Holy Ghost, both at home and abroad ;
for the increase of missionary zeal among
Jewa and Gentiles ; for new openinga for
the spread of the gospel in many lands ;
for the preservation of peace among the na
tions Psalm cxi ; Luke i, 67-79; DeuU
xxxil, 1 14 ; Psa. exvi ; 1 Cnron. xvi, 1-84;
Paa. cvii ; 1 Chron. xxix, 9-20.
rrzsDAT, January 4.
Humiliation. For personal sins, family
sins and national sins ,- for the spread of
unbelief and atheism in various quarters;
for the fearful extent to "which the luat of
, the flesh, the luat of tbe eye, and the pride
of life," still prevail ; for the large amount
of intemperance, licentiousness and other
forms ot immorality ; for tbe formal ism of
many and the cold indiflerence of others;
for unseemly divisions and lack of love
among those who are brethren in Christ
Psalm li, Jer. xii, 15 27. Pbitlipians ii, 6
16 ; Ezra ix, 1-16 ; I Cor. ii, 1-10.
weobbsoat, January 6.
Prayer for the Church. That the people
ot God may know their high calling and re
sponsibility ; that tbey may be tilled with
the Spirit, and bring forth the fruit of the
Spirit, and labor aggressively for tbe con
version of souls ; that grace may be given
to all pastors, teachers and preachers to
proclaim the Word in its simplicity and
f ullness, and that the Lord may open the
hearts of men to receive it ; that believers
may walk in fellowship and holy, love, re
membering that tbey are one Body, in
Christ, and members one of auother. John
iv ii, 14 26; Ephea. i; 1 The, i; 1 Kings,
viii, 22 36; John xv, 12 21; Luke vi, 17-
36; Epbes. iv, 1-16; Matt, vi, 5-34.
thubsdat, January 6.
Prayer for Families and Schools That
family love may be sanctified, husbands
and wives walking together aa fellow heirs
of the grace of life, and training their chil
dren in the nurture and admonition of the
Lord ; that the young may be early drawn
to Christ, and kept from the evil that is in
tbe world ; that great grace may be git en
to all teachers of youin ; that tbe blessing
ot God may rest on ail schools, colleges,
universities, Sunday schools ; for all Chris
tian associations ot young men and young
women ; lor the protection of women and
the borne, tbe reformation of fallen men
and women, and the equalizing of the scale
of morality for both sexes ; for all ho are
in affliction. Deut. vi, 1-15; Prov. iv ;
Ephes. vi, 1 18 ; 1 Chron. xvii, 16 27 ; 2
Tim- i, 1-14; Col.osa. ill, 12-25; Isa. xii.
raiDAT, January 7.
Prayer for Missions. That tbe church of
Christ may recogaise toe glory of tbe com
mission to "preach the gospel to every crea
ture," and may feel it a privilege to make
sacrifices that it may be fulfilled ; that far
greater Zeal tor the divine glory and far
wore pity for the perishing may be impart
ed by the Holy Gbost to all the people of
God ; that laithtnl laborers may be greatly
multiplied and that all converts may be
comforted, uphtld, guided, made useful ;
that the Leans of the unconverted may be
opened to receive tbe truth t that Christian
missionaries may be favorably received by
beathen rulers and peoples, sod that native
Christians among too heathen may be kept
steadfast and made zealoua in seeking tbe
salvation of their countrymen ; that God's
ancient people, Israel, may acknowledge
Christ as tbe Messiah ; that tbe time may
soon come when, according to prophecy,
the spirit stall be "poured out like floods
upon the dry ground," and "the desert
shall rejoice and blossom aa tbe rose."
Acta ii, 20-40 ; Isaiah xliv, 1-8 ; Matthew
ix, 36-38 ; Romana xi, 25-36 ; Isaiah xxxv;
Eccles. xi; Isa. xlii, 1.16 ; Acts x, 34-48.
sattbdat, January 8.
Prayer for Nations. For the outpouring
of tbe Holy Spirit upon the nations ; for
rulers and all in authority ; for just and
equal laws and righteous ad ministration ;
for tbe beiter observance of the Lord's dsy ;
for the prevalence of the Spirit of Christ
between employers and employed ; that
anaichism and all forms of lawlessness may
pass away, and men live quiet and peaceful
lives in all godliness and honesty ; for peace
among nations and the removal of all race
and sections! antipathies; for the abolition
of slavery, the opium trade, the liquor traf
fic, and all other material trades and prac
tices ; (or the bleasing of God on all efforts
to remove tbe curse of intemperance ; for
the cessation of persecution for conscience
sske, snd of all oppression Psslms lxvii
and xevi ; Joel ii, 23-32 ; Romana xviii ; L
Thessalonians v. 12-24 ; Zeph. iiii, 14-20 ;
Romans xiv ; Mstt. vii, 1-12 ; I Peter ii, 13-
25, Hosea xiv.
The Colombia Bicycle Calen
dar for 18ST.
The Columbia Bicycle Calendar for '87,
juat issued by the Pope Manufacturing Co.,
of Boston, is in many respects a more truly
artistic and elegant work in cbromo-iiino
graphy and the letterpress than tbe Colum
bia calendar, it will be remembered, was
ih most convenient and artistic similar
work of the year. As in the present cal
endar, each day of the year appears upon
a separate slip, with a quotation pertaining
m M-vclinr trom leading publications and
prominent writers on both sides of the
ocean. The notable 'cycling events are
ni . .nrf concise opinions of the
UlCUlluuv" I .
hirhHt medical authorities ; words from
hm4men. including: those cl
clergymen and other professional gentle
men . the riebts of cyclers upon me roaus
general 'cycling statistics; records; tbe
hAn-fi is of tricycling for ladies; extracts
, .-,,ii.,ir menu: information about
iron vjw.ja '
. snd muck other matter interest-
iog to tbe public in general, and to tbe
.-.iu. in particular, appear from day to
day ; and the matter is new and fresh over
... nnn the Columbia oaieoaar oi iu
sent rear. In fact into a little measure
s. .wded in a highly attractive way, the
, -M.nl and future of 'cycling, a vir
tual encyclopaedia upon this universally
utilized modern steed, me catenae pwy
er is mounted upon a back of heavy board,
upon which is exquisitely executed in oil
color effect, by G. H. Buck, of New York,
an allegorical scene, representing the earth
resting among the clouds, and Thomas
Stevens, the famons bicycler, is soen in
heroic size, astride his Columbia bicycle,
cirenmbycyiing the globe. The bright sun
shine illumines one side, while tbe pale
moonlight gives a contrasting aspect to the
other, and together, make a r emarkabkt at
mospheric effect, charmingly vivid, yet ar
tistically toned and softened. A smaller
portion of the board is devoted to a picture
of a mounted lady tricycler, speeding along
over a pleasant country road. The new
calendar, as a Work of convenient art, is
worthy of a place in office, library or parlor.
Mr. S. S. Roits is about to move his
steam saw mill from below Oriental, to the"
land of Henry Johns in the northeast cor
ner of Monroe towaship.
Sportsmen seem to be plenty, but It
seems turkeys are scarce. A few rabbits
or pine squirrels seems to be the general
remuneration for a day's hunting.
some of our store-keepers are of the
opinion that people having rancid lard, bad
better boil it np in soap ; that it would be
more honorable than forming it into rolls,
with a thin coat of butter daubed over it,'
and tnen selling it in tbe store for butter.
Ed. Shifter is occupying his new house.
The protracted meeting at Strawser's
church, under the auspices of the United
Brethren denomination was closed without
any conversions. It is certainly not that
conversions are not needed.
iuis is we season ot tne year wben we
see tbe weight of hogs reported in tbe pa
pers from different sections of tbe country
We bave some big bogs in this section too,
bnt we seldom stop to report their weight
Court convened on the 6th inst. All the
constables seventeen made return in the
usual way. -
Tbe grand jury visited the jail and report
ed it to be clean and comfortable, and rec
ommend a window in tha dungeon, which
will give one mora cell ia the back part of
tbe building, they recommend new locks
for certain doors, and that all cord wood be
taken out of the yard. Ia consequence of
tho imperfect transmission of sound in tbe
court room the county commissioners are
requested to provide some remedy, if such
remedy can be found, so that, tbe business
before the Court can be beard mere than a
few feet distant from tbe bar.
Henry Shearer and David Snyder, having
been convicted at the April term of court,
1886, on a charge of fornication and bastar
dy, but being unable to comply with tbe
penalties of tbe law for such offence, were
sent to jail, and in due course of time, on
the 6th day of December, were set free un
der the provisions of the insolvent act.
An order for the publication in the di
vorce caso of Rebecca Marshall vs. James
Marshall was granted.
Aa alias subpoena was awarded in the di
vorce case of Jane B. Landia vs. T. R. Lan
dis. Tbe Sheriffs deed was acknowledged to
VT. D. Walls and R. H. Patterson, for the
Rambler tracts of land.
The Sheriff's deed was acknowledged to
L. E. Atkinson and Jeremiah Lyons, for
tbe W. U. Thompson farm in Delaware
township, on the railroad side of the nver.
Tbe Sheriff's deed waa acknowledged to
L. R. Mauger for tbe Yocum tract.
In the case of Sarah McNeal vs. C. F.
'Glick. verdict for plaintiff for $33.29.
Elizabeth Hepnervs. John F. Ehernzeller.
Verdict for plaintiff, $4 23.
W. A. Pomeroy vs. U. P. Stewart and
others. Verdict tor plaintiff. Motion tor
a new trial was allowed.
John Linn vs. H. P. Stewart and others
was settled, and an order was issued to pay
out tbe money that was impounded in
Wm. M. Allison was appointed to audit
the accounts of tbe Prothonotary aud Reg
ister and Recorder.
In tbe amicable action of Waldron and
Sprout, Mc Williams snd Hosteller, bond
lor stay of execution was approved.
Tbe several road views were confirmed.
One of the grave yard insurance cams
waa continued, the others were settled.
Com, vs. Wellington Smith, fornication
aud bastardy, recognizance renewed.
Com., vs. Jacob S. McNeal, for selling
liquor on Sundsy, election day, and to mi
nors. Bill ignored, the Court directed a
new bill to be sent up at the next term.
Com., vs. Jesse McClure. Assault and
battery. Settled by the pvtes.
Com., vs. Cornelius Morgan. Assault and
Com., vs. Aaron Carter. Adultery, and
fornication, held over.
Com., vs. Jacob McNeal, for selling to
minors, settled by the pirties.
Com., vs., J. Kelly Bittner, for falsely
representing that be was over aga to obtain
liquor. Settled by the parties.
Com., vs. Eli Z-iders.' Fornication and
Com., vs. Joseph R. CambelL Fornica
tion. True bill. Settled.
Com., vs. Henry McKillips, for cutting
timber on the Isnd of another without tbe
consent ol the owner. The case was tried.
Verdict, not guilty, and each party to pay
their own costs.
J. Howard Neely filed his report in the
estate of Samuel E. Gallagher, deceased.
Joseph B. Weaver, was appointed guar
dian of tbe minor children of Amelia Ben
Farms For Sale.
Robert Mclntire, of Lack township, offers
for sale, TWO FAKV.S, each containing
seventy-five acres with allowance, and each
farm contains a set of farm buildings and
laree orchard, and good water. Tbe two
tracts adjoin each other and will be sold
separately or together to suit purcbsser.
Tbe farms are situated in Lack township,
within three miles of Peru Mills aod one
fourth of a mile from Byron Run Church.
Plt-ntv ot time will be given to suit pur
chaser. Oo and see the farms, or write to
Robert Mclntire, Keeds Gap, Juniata Co..
Pa., Sept. 8, 1886,-tf.
MnrruBTOWB, December 15,
MIFFLINTOWN GRAIN MARKET.
Wheat, 75 to 80
Corn, 42 to 45
Timothy seed a
1 OOal 10
Ground Alora Salt
Pbiladblfhia, December 1 1th. 1SS.
Pennsylvania red wheat, 92 cents. Corn
45 to 48 cents. Oats 36 to 88 cents. Rye
68 cents. Live chickens 7c to 8c per lb.
Live turkeys 9c to lOe per lb. Ducks and
Geese 8c per pound. Bo-tor 25 to 32; per
lb. Potatoes 48 to 63 eta a bushel. Bald
win apples at $2J5 to $2 50 p-r barrel.
Cioverseed 6 cents pvr pound. Powdered
sugar bct per pound. Grauulati-d 6c.
crystal 6. Eggs 24e to 28c per dozen.
Of RHEUMATISM by using
RUSSIAN RHEUMATISM CURE.
B is ant s eanran. It sens aothina bat Rtxraas.
Mam. bat a is a safe sod sure as for that i
Taoassadswboosva bsea suradwill hattrj to iu iw
hsbttitr. MB.O. B. Pram, of MSI If lSthftt.Pbflada.wraas
four ajnntba aftar ha had baan entail by tba Roanaa
Kbamaatra Ouia (wmiunf in aM abatbar it aoold aoS
vatarn), arms ba waa badnodaa with tba ill aw. and
thonahi ba would kaa hjs rawa frrtn tbe aanar ba
had to andaia ; sod inajdo of two wak ba raa cwwd
a, that taojadj. altborMtti ba bad hat bcia payaiciaD,
and nd Mbar mwaai without laaalt, prcnuus ta
Stbut this woodarfcl naaadr.
If a (waa A. COX. AmH"aa and Hnrrf 9t.. PViila..
Said- 'My wifowaa hfinMa?. aw1 brr rendition maris
me daapair. Dnrtara and oaB7hitui ala failad. Tba
ifil ail Kfiatnntimjn cur fnrwl hT m ana wash.
R USSLA Na
For complete mform-vtvon. DeftrrlfHlve Faao-
pkileC wiib trttnioo'ati, frrr.
Tor sale by ail wiiffgbrtw. If ooo or otter ta
ant tn poalttoa to f urnib it to yon. do Dot b pT
0Udcd to tavlco avnytiiinar etr, but sirlX direct to tho
General AimiU, PFAFX.KK DUOS. V ( U.
J ktlMmxlLBi btmt, FMlmtielpiaa,
A Creaking Hinge
la dry and turns hard, until oil Is applied,
after which It moves easily. When tbe
joints, or hinges, of the body are stiffened
and inflamed by Rheumatism, they can
not be moved without causing the most ,
excruciating pains. Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
by its action on the blood, relieves this
condition, and restores the Joints to-good
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has effected, in our
city, many muxt remarkable cures, in
cases which baffled the efforts of tbe
most experienced physicians. Were it
necessary, I could anve the names of
many individuala who have been cured
by biking thia medicine. In my case it
has worked wonders, relieving me of
after being troubled with it for years. In
this, and all other diseases arising from
impure blood, there ia no remedy with
which I am acquainted, that affords such
relief as Ayer's 8arsaparilla. B. U.
Lawrence, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
Ayer's Sarsanarilla cured me of Gout
and Rheumatism, when nothing; else
would. It baa eradicated every trace of
disease from my system. R. If. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
I waa, dnring many months, a sufferer
from chronic Rheumatism. The disease
afflicted me grievously, in spite of all tbe
remedits I rould find, until I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I took sev
eral bottle of this preparation, and waa
speedily restored to health. J. Fream,
Independence, Va. tt
Prepsraci by Tr.J. ft. Avar r., Lowell. Haas.
Bold bysll IlnigslaU. PiicaSl ; at s bottles. Si.
Wit WAT S.OOO MAUI tl-VOR
AGaUfTS lOaKLL VtCM MWKi)l)K.
:aief i f .6. tetesirt rsrja.
ma aaj e
A Ksw Boax Jrar PtrsusirsD bv sn official of
ever 15 years' axperianrs la the Secret Serv ice, In
ooa Blseniflcoat Rots) Oetavo Volume of over 000
pages and elegantly illaatraiad by the best artists ia
the eonntry wits
IOO IIPHB BJWGRA TlfC.B.
A thrillint record of detection In tbe V. 8. Pnst
Ofdce Department mbrarinr. skatcb.es of Hnnrfer-
fyi ExviuiU ot Post-OSes Inspectors in toe ueiec-
WOO, mraoit, ana v .j.luw v -
Mails ; together with a complete descrpttoa of the
aunymeaas and complicated contrivances of tha
wily snd ansernpalons to defraud the public ; alao
an acenrste account of the
in which the AuUtnr had entire charge of U: pre
javatiua of the evidence for the government.
t IT ACE NTS WANTED.-
la enrrw town there are Postmasters, Merchants,
mechanics. Farmers, rrofeaeional Men. anl hnn
drla of people who rriU lit glad toga Out tirillfna
trek. It is now baring an ttniiaralled sale : it ma at
noU to all Men and Women Agents making from
1100 to X) a month eaaUy. We want an a,-ent in
every township in Us V. 8. and Cansla. We
ivsitn3Kii so that AT l'snaon with this phe
nomenal selling book, can become a ncm&JAgmt.
Jfo CompttUton tthatmr. Agents are meeting
with mparxuitl"i nmu. firbutanct no htnd
ron. as we give Special Ttniu to pay frelf hU.
Kemsmber, we give yoo the exclnuve le of this
book tn territory aseigned yon. Wrte for our larre
Illustrated Circulars, containing full particulars.
Sjrdal Ttrmi to Ajrents. etc. sent free to ail. Ad
dress immediately the Publishers,
Formerly of Hartford, Conn.
tlalt of Mr: Catharinr Frey, dte'd.
Letters Testamentary upon the estate of
Mrs. Catherine Frey, late of Monroe town
ship, Jnniats Co., Fa., deceased, hsvmg
been granted to the undersigned, all per
sons tbat are just and lawfully indebted to
said Estste are requested to mate arrange
ments as soon as csn be done to make pay
metit. and those having inst and lawful
claims against tbe said h state, to present
them without delay to
U. H ABSBB,
Browns' Mills, Pa. Nov. 21', lSW.
To Mary Kenepp, Marv Bardell. and John
B. Bardell, Daniel Kenepp, Maraaret Vaugh-
. .. V , n. T."
an, anil J n. vangnan, i. n. ivmiyp,
Seth KenrPD. David Kenepp, Wm. (feedy
and Emma Geedy, Harry (iee-ly and Sara.
nel Geedv. the last three minor ennaren o
Susan Geedy, John Geedy and Margaretf
Geedy roter-msmea witb Binier uunn ana
Lucv Geedv intermarried with Win. An
derson, Sallie Kenepp and Mary R. Kenepp,
the lt two. minor children of Lucien h-en-
pp, Margaret Kenepp and Henry Kenepp,
Linna Bell Kenepp. the last two minora :
Tou are berrov notinea inai a citation
has been awarded by the Orphan's Court,
in Jnniata Countv. commanding you to be
and appear at said Court oa tbe 21st aay of
December l)t. al IV o'ciock a. s.. at
Mifflintown to answer tbe petition for said
citation praying for specific performance of
the contract of tbe decedent jonn aenepp
with J. S. Kenepp for a tract of land in
Lack Township, Juniata County.
E. E. BEBRT, Clerk Orphan1! Court.
Ninth St., south of Chestnut, one square
south of tbe New Post Office, one-bslf
souare from Walnut St. Theatre and in the
vtry business centre of the city. On the
American and European plans. Good rooms
fiom 60c to S3.00 per dsy. Remodeled snd
newly furnished. W. PAIN E, M. D-,
Owner and Proprietor.
Not. , 1883, ly.
a w saia maaiai auaoattaapj.
feT f A aalaiaHaMiIraa.Baraa,
SLHTLEL AID REFUBLIGAN,
One dollar a year in adrance.
One dollar and fifty cents if not
paid within three weeks after
time of subscription.
After the children hare learn
ed to read, the greatest educa
tor ia the newspaper. Every
man should do justice to his
family by subscribing for a pub
Never in the history of news
papers has the subscrip'ion
price been so low. Subscribe
for the Sentinel and RepcbliJ
can, it gives nearly twice as
much reading as any one of the
other papers in Juniata Its re
ports of all important home
news and enterprise is full and
within the period of a year its
variety of reading matter com
prehends within its scope al
most every topic.
You should not be without a
county paper if it cost you six
or seven dollars a year.
In this day and generation it
amounts almost to a wrons
to one's self and family to deny
themselves the advantage of
a good home paper. There are
more than a thousand and one
things during the passage of a
rear that interest and some
times directly benefit us, that
appear in the home paper but
like the rain, sunshine and air,
i that we are so familiar with,
we do not appreciate ss they
There are people who do not
take a Lome paper, but they
are not representative people.
To be sure this is a free coun
try and people can do as they
please so long as they do not
trespass on the rights of their
neighbors, but the man who
does not take his county paper
is like the man who has a place
that he calls home when his de
sires are outside of its doors, his
home is a misnomer.
"It is all right' if you de
sire a city paper to subscribe
for one, or if you desire to have
one from a half dozen cities," it
is no one's business but vour
own if you pay for them, but
first of all, subscribe for j our
county paper and then look
After having subscribed for
the Sentinel and Republican
you are certain in your secure
ment of the county paper that
givss you a larger quantity and
greater variety of reading mat
ter than is presented by other
journals published in Juniata
As a medium for advertising
the Skntinel and Republican is
Its job department is not as
comj lete aa the job offices in j
I'liuaiieipnia or isew ioik. no
more than its newspaper depart
ment is like the department of
a Philadelphia or New York
daily, but the job department is
ample and prices are down to
city prices. We'll print you a
nice quarter sheet bill for one
dollar, a half sheet bill for one
dollar and a half, and a whole
sheet bill for three dollars.
Mention it to your neighbor
that they may do well to sub
scribe for the Sentinel and Re-
prmirAV. ftnd SCnd One dollar
in advance to pay for one year's
subscription, and when you
have job printing to do, or de
sire to advertise, or desire to
have sale bills printed send in
the order and it will be executed.
D. W. BARLEY'S
MENS' YOUTHS' & BOYS' CLOTHING
IS LARGER PIOW Til A EVER.
Tou will find tha shape, stjks aud prices of hit goods ia accord wiwk
the times. Yon mar always find sotuethin ' in the wav of bar:a:uri. is Hatrf,
Caps, Boots, Shoes Shirt, Glov.s, Trunks, and all kind cf furoiibiaj;
goods. La a fall house there is sJwivs a chance to get Largaini
Also, measures taken for suits and
order on short notice, verv reasouab'.e.
Remember the place, in Hoffman's Ifsw Building, ournei of Brida aJi-1
Water streets, MIFFLINTOWN. PA.
WITH iLIUS COLORS
FALL & WINTER
A wonderful assortment of Fall
ter Suits. Hats and Furnishings, unsurpassed by any Stock in the county.
Hundreds of eases of giwds iu Fall and mt.-r Styh-s alreudvou our eoua
tera, every Department teeming with B:irains. There isn't or ou;jht not
to be a fraction of a doubt whure to for your Fail and Wiuttr Clothing'
where the assortment is mnnificent in vnrietv. wonderful in esteubiveaet-a
and al.rinin in its completeness, fashionable iu cut, perfect in St, aud tha
kin in finish, in price lower than ever.
We're starting the season with a sjreat buoru in M.'u'Oven oata, Man's
Suits, YoutLs' Overci at s. Youths' Suits, Children's OvercoitU. Children's
Suits. Never has there been a fcuch a great variety exhibited ai such ruar
elonsly low prices.
For Men's Fail and Winter Overcoats price range from to $1S,
and among this enormous assortment it in a vtrv tisv nr.itter fr all c'.i . -
98 and conditions of inea to be suited.
LABORING MEN, MECHANICS, AND FARMERS,
Our counters are groaning with the weight of Hundreds t-f Fall and Win
ter Suits which will give satisfaction in every particular. We have them at
all prices, from $4 to $18, but our grandest bargains (the best iu tha mar
ket) are those we Belli at
SlO,00, TWELVEDOLLAKS, S15 00-
The J10.00 suits are mad- from all-wool cassiineres. corkscrews,
worsteds, cheyoits, etc. The $12.00 suits are mantis of beauty, bein
suitable for dress wear, in frock or sack styles, square or round cornered,
and the $15.00 suits we have in cutaways- Sacks and round corners in
silk mixed cassimeres, chevoits and diagonals are altogether the most sty
lish Suits produced.
PERFECT FIT ALWAYS GUARANTEED.
BEonrsixj with Childees's Scits we have a nice Plaid Suit for ?2, rh
prices going gradually np to $G, the range of styles include Plain and
Pleated Norfolks for Boys up to 13 years.
BOYS' CLOTHING. Never have we been ablo to display such a
gTand variety. The prices for bovs from 10 to IS years Mnge from $3 to
$12. In Fall and Winter UNDERWEAR our stock is completed. Ti
latest in Neckwear, Hosiery, ilon'a white and fancy shirts, prices as a mat
ter of course are very low.
ARRIVAL OF FALL AND WINTER HATS.
We Bhall take the lead in Hats for Men, Boys, Youths and Children,
becoming in Style, of Faultless finish and lowcess iu Price.
S C HO T T,
THE LEADING CLOTHIER,
BRIDGE ST., MIFFLINTOWN, i'A.
WISH TO STATE
A FEW FACTS
That I can stop tootbschb in less t&aa CL'LVKKVVKI.L'.SCKI.Elil. 7r.: KS Y
flva minutes ; no pain, no extracting. on tha raH:ral cars ol i-' ri in-saimia or
That I can extract twtta wiihout pain, Sfininal YV.-.ikD-.sa, Involuntary -vi.;i:.ai
by the n-w of a Huid applied to the tettb Le, Ihpotescv, Mo:iUl aud i'Ii ."i:al
and gums; no danger. ' lucapity, Iiuse-liments to Marriae, e'e:
aKo, O'tsi srrms, trii.ir-'T i,J r'na,ia
That Diseased SJk G oma iknown dno-d by s.-!!-indii:jfrnre, or sexual exrrav
as Scurvy) treat iHv ed success! uliy aani-e, ":.
and a cure war Qctjranted in every The celr.brr-.l author, in tliis aiimirabla
Case. UAGa esay, cl-irly diuon.tiles from a th.rtr
' earV sin-crssiul Lr:u:ti-a, ttiat tha s'ar-n
Teeth FrLiED and warranted lor lite. j
Artificial Teeth repaired, exebaofred or,
noddled, from $'J.tO to U per set. ,
Beautiuil uusa tnauieiea eei inseneu at ;
prices to suit all. :
AU work warranted to give perfect satis- j
faction. People who bsve artificial teeth i
wilh which they cannot eat, are e!.pecilly i
invited to call. Will visit professionally j
at their homes if notified by letter.
G. L. DERR,
established IK MiriLiSTO w, pA., is 160. i
Oct. 14 'tio.
TTrivmTVn For our reliable Nursery Stock j
II lull Li) on Sal try or Commission.;
Write for tetms, enclosing stamp tor reply,
No experience needed. S. A McOnilerfc.
Company, N urserymen, 0 IT PMPTJ
Rochester, New York OliUljOlUJJll
Sept 15, 1 m. '
Caution Hotlce. j
J T ,. . ,!
All persons are hereby cautioned against
hunting or fishing on the property ot the j
undersigned in Favette township, as the j
tresspass laws will be enforced.
Ephbaixi Dens. I
December 8. 18H7.) j
a-a BISTORT ihm COXQVB9T of MEXICO. With a PreUmtaary
" rCSCOXI S View of UK. Anciont Mencan CmUxation, and the life of tha Conqueror.
Hernando CortAs Jtliaslrtel Library edition, in two volumes, small octao. Price. $S.
l-ovular Editio,lwo volumes in on without illustrations, I 3. .Vowraods.
am. a. The expiration of
IsUpJ I Igllls. eprrihi enables
me now to presaul this grass work to Ameri
can readers at a popular price, yat in form
worthy of the author, and worthy ot the Hoes
library. Its mechanical qualities are fairly
equal to thta of my beet eOition of "Ouiaot a
History of Fraace.v
IIILlnnln the noted easayist and
WnippiC, critic, says: Ahsttory
possessing the unity, variety, and interest of a
nuwrnincent poem. It deals with a aeries of
farts and exhibits a gallery of characters, which
to h.Te invented would place its creator by the
side of Homer ; and which to realise and repre
sent in the mode Mr. Prescott has done, re
quired a rare degree of historical Imagination."
Dnuft!,J ALL PRAISE. "This
DCjOnU announcement is all that ia
needed. The work itself long ago passed beyond
all praise. The thousands of people who were
unable to secure it at former prices will be glad
to avail themselves of the opportunity of doing
ao at a reduced rate "-ntrior. Chicago. IU-
-The work itself occupies high a place
among historical writings to need commenda
tion." The Hail, Toronto, Ontario.
Ta a "The enterprising Sir. Al-
irnCIYa den has chosen a most time
ly occasion for the pHseoe of th is valuaWe work,
and its excellent and eooaenieut library form.
I . .... riil.. la nan mliinua
r,. heaw Daoer. floe cloth.gilt tops.
! puubut without uWratl.ns, the two volumes
Praacott bad the genius to Invest the dry
facta of history with the chance of Action; and
yet he never sacrifices truth to the gracea of
" It hi one of the most pleasing well as moat
valuable contributions that have been made to
modern history: It la the only one that gives n
a faithful and sufficient picture of a period ao
logue. t ree. The best hteratureoi ire wo a. ui y.. -.
JOIIXB. ALDEX, Publisher, 3U3 l'ettrl St., lew lorfc.
Tfce AMea Book Co.: Clark and Adams Su.. Chleaw. : Yae SI . Toreatw.
parts of auita, which will be aaaWs
SCROTI OPENS HIS
NEW STYLES AND
and Winter Overcoat. Fall an-) Tib-
How IiOKt, How Ret!ivI !
I Juat iiiiMih-L a new eilitwa .f I"t.
. .,. -ir ,bll, m . b3 r. i
. lly c,'ir, (1 .
1 ; Lo:tiline out a mode or cure
nle, cerium, aud ull'ectual, by
.,,,... .... ...nVrer. no matter
wb.ti h..i condition may be, may cure biia-
sell rlu-.tply, privately and ra.Uut;y.
ZT" tils Lecime should bo m the hamla
ot every youth and every man in the laud,
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
auy addre-s, poU-pavl, on receipt ot tear
cents or two postage stamps. Addresa
ITMERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann b:..New Tork.N.Y.;
Uct .-!0. Post-Ottioe Box i'M.
t,, all who rr suITarlrf from tin arrjn a-.J
tuiserrtioiisof youth, nervous wakas. aarir
j.y-y, i..jof manhnol. I will sand a nui-.j
tliatwill cura ,011. FKK or CHARGS. Thlsraa
raraa-1, waa .tlaoovere.1 1., a mlaalonmrv In bout
Amerlia. Sand a aair aMre"l envaloos tutlie
EIV. JostPI T. ISsU-1. Stmtion D. -Vaa Turk CiJa.
All persons art; hereby cautioned, not to
to hunt or tlih. or in anv wav to trespass oa
Ihe lands of the nnd-.-rs;jned in Ferraanaft.
March 2o. 15.
. its cheapneaa. and the wUaapraad nil
MrTiran matters thai exists at proeent. wHl
doubtless combine to give It an appreciative
reception." Tha Week, Toronto, Ontario.
" The volume before us ia a vary creditable
piece of work mechanically, an J puta Prasoosta
charming hiatoriea within the reavrh of the aaap
age pocket book." fTranflaiwt. St. too Ma
Fascinating. OM a fascinat
ing interest, and ia so well kuowa aa to mad aa
praise." Cariatuua Secrfur. Hartford. Coast.
Especially interestin at this time. Is pub
lished In two handsome volumes, anjllia ail
Mr. Aklen's publications is sold alaa aatouiaa
ingly low pnee." Advert iKr. Datrolt. Mich.
and admirably executed . rirh with tha spoila of
Irarning easily and gracefully worn; Imbue
everywhere with a couscientioua loeof tbe
truth, and controlled by that unerri' ( good
arase without which genius leads atray with tat
false lights, and learning eneuxubars with Ka
heavy panoply. It wul win tbe Uterary volup
tuary to iu pages by the attra.tivanaaa of Be
subject and le flowing ae of its style; and ah
historical a.ent w.J J honor to thesa-ao
and variety of the weaves, which a rtisvT
It will take its pla -e amoug those enduring
duetions of ta unman mind whfc- arsoueat
stale andciietjc -nnot mUiar. O 3. HiULaan.
AND ISABELLA. M1I3TVUT T
erUinandailbtiieila.theCatholic. By Wojjaii H. TvA. rrr.
amall nctaro. iccludina portraita and Ota ill:
Price. ... Jo.-l-r Kdit ion, trv ILs i
in one. Price, l.S. SvwreaJ-j.
momentous aa the latter half uf the Oftoea
century.- Londun lAeiweusa.
" One of the finest histories of wodsra wrnes.
written by an aut-or of rare feli-.-tty of ufcoo
fervor of imagination, accuracy of stats nai.t,
and exquisite beauty of styK Fery ooa wb
reads at all should read Prescott." "rateaia
twi. Philadelphia, Pa
hook; 139 page; 4 eanf ; Coad.
enterprise to completion.