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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
WBDSESDAT, JUXE 24. 1891.
B. F. SCHWEIER
DITOB ASD PBOrBIROB.
The Czar of Russia is six feet three
Tammaxt is not fur Cleveland, but
ia for Governor Pattiuon for Preai
Tbe Republicans will carry OLio
the coming fall by an old time ma-
Mcimslet will defeat OttmpbeU m
Ohio, and next year Republican clubs
will wsar campaign caps of Ameri
Americas tin a new tin mill ia to
be atarted at Hill City, North Dako
ta, with a capacity of turning out
230 Una of American tin a day.
Tbk Republicans of Ohio have
nominated Willian McKiuley father
of the UcKinlev tariff bill for the
Govemeiiip. JJe will be elected by
a large majority.
Tmjtjt was a drop of 40 degrees of
the thermometer between two even
ings last week. It fell from 93 to
B'-i degreed. It was a fall from a
roant to a shiver.
McKixlev and Camp bull the two
candidates for governor in Ohio are
both good men. But the campaign
is not on the question of men it is on
principle. The tariff issue is the
question for consideration.
J onx Barpslky of infamous finan
cial noteriety introduced the Eng
lish sparrow in Philadelphia. Of
course he did not do it witkout pay
The city appropriated $ IWO to pay
the expense of importing the spar
row nnisance. Bardsley has been a
continual evil, even to the bringing
of evil birds.
Govebnob Pattiso has vetoed the
Cenapulsury Educatioa Bill, and has
thus proven that Le understands the
American system of government.
That the opportunity to the pursuits
of life te the pursuits of education,
and of religion shall be open alike to
all, but that there shall be no legal
enf4rpejji,cnt fif pursuit of any
calling r education Or religion afffl
any class of poopio. 1
Sisn the Philadelphia Bardsley
Bank thieving operations, people
are saying, "in whom can we trut.''
JV1 tuore Rra many people ia whom
you Can li'Ubt. In this laud where
all the opiwrtuuitios lie open to ev
eryone, bad people, and incapable
people step in and boldly shovo
themselves forward into placo that
they are not qualified in any way to
hold, and they are the poople that
follow crooked paths which always
lead to disaster to theuselves, and
those who are duped to confido in
them. There is now as much hon
esty in proportion to the number of
poople as at any other time, and you
are just as safo as ever, if you aro
dealing with honest people, but in
these days of pretension it is not al
ways the easiest thing to do to
know the honest from the dishonest
It is possible for honest people to be
come hedged about by entangling
circumstances which drag them to
financial disaster, bat thoy are not
the kind of people that by every im- J
agin able business way, make ganio of
their fellow men's property, and
bring dishonor upon themselves and
sew distrust broadcast in the busi
ness and social world. Bardsley and
others of his kind in prison, and oth
ers fugitives from justice, and others
trembling in fear of farther exposure
should be enough to deter that class
of men who are only held in restraint
from wrong doing by tho fear of
punishment, and by the dread of the
odium that follows the cheat and
First Citizen Chinaman.
Ikhiana, Pa., June 16. The first
naturalized Chinese citizen of the
United States, Turn Chinanivn, whose
legal name is Thomas Sylvanus, is
dead at the age of 4G years. He
was also the only Chinese pensioner
on Uncle Sam's great roll, and was
a G. A. R., comrade. Ho served
four years in the Union army during
the war, participating in several note
worthy engagements. He was Cor
poral of the color guard at Cold Har
bor, and alone survived to hold up
the tlag when the breastworks were
mounted. He was an ardent Meth
odist. His wife, an American girl,
survives with three children.
A vTar Abont a Horse Thief.
Lis-oi.w, Neb.. June 17. The Gov
ernor of Nebraska and the Governor
of Wyoming are at logger heads ov
er a mas named Kingen. This fel
low slipped into Wyoming and stole
a valuable horse. A mob followed
bim over the line for the purpose of
lynching him, but instead took him
back to Wyoming, where he was sen
tenced to the penitentiary. Gover
nor Thayer demanded of the Gov.
ernor of Wyoming that Kingen be
immediately returned. Wyoming's
Governor sent back a reply in whieh
he flatly refused to give up Kingen
Thayer then declared that he would
have Kingen released if he had to
march an array of miltia into that
State. Gov. Thayer is now in Wy
Work of Pohon Fitu4.
Ha.;kbstown, Md., June IS. On
Saturday last Daniel Shiftier, a farm
er of Locust Grove, found in the
lane near his house a package of
nour and another of coffee. He
sought for an owaer, and not finding
one, pave tne article to a lira. lie -
K.urren. She used the flour.
And lifir onlira fnmil wa.a n .1 ..1.
une uoy died, and another is exnect
ea to die. 1 be other members of
the family the husband, John Mc -
xvurren, iae wue and two children
will recover. A post mortem showed
mat poison had been mixed with the
1 wo vears aero an attemot was
made to poison Mr. ShifHer's stock.
A n ,1 - t r I
uu a jmi ago ma Darns were Durn
" uuwu. ine autnonties cenyinced
that the poisoned flour and coffee
were intended for Mr. Shiffler's fam.
ily, are searching for the miscreant
among those known to be at enmity
TUeceismUan Cire, via
The new fast train to Chicago bv
the Pennsylvania Railroad, which
entered the service on June 7th as
the Chicago Special, has been rech
listened "The Columbian Express'
in honor of the great fair. In be
stowing this title on the new train.
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
has taken the initiative amoncr the
railroads in recognizing the merits
of the World's Exposition by provid
ing special facilities for the comfort
able and speedy movement of visitors.
The train is particularly worthy of
bearing tbo lionered. title, It is tbfl
npest example of train construe
twn, as it Contains accommodations
for tkose who desire luxurious apart
ments as well as lor those who seek
the comforts of a well appointed
passenger coach. The Pullman
drawing-room sleeping and dining
cars, and its etieery passenger coacu
f-s, are all restibuled. The Colum
bian Express leaves New York 4.00
P. M Philadelphia 6.25 P. M., Har-
risburg 9.30 P. M. every day, arriv
ing at Chicago 5.15 P. 31. the next
The Pennsylvania Railroad's
Popular Seashore Eicur
The Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany annonnces to the people of
Western Pennsylvania that the ex
cursions to the seashore, which have
won so great a measure of popularity
in past season, will be repeated du
ring the present summer. A series
of fonr excursions will be run, the
first on Thursday July 9th, the oth
ers following on July 23rd, August
6th ami 20th. Each ,'eno of these
tours offers a choice between Atlantic
City, Cape May, Sea Isle City, or
Ocean City, the rate being the same
Excursions tickets Rood for ten
duyd will bo sold at a rate of $10.00
frcui Pittsburg, and nt correspond
ingly low rates irom Nations.
A special train of Parlor Cars and
Day Coaches will leave Pittsburg at
bS0 A. M., for Philadelphia, stop
ping at all important junction points
where connection will bo inaue
with i ruins from branch lines. Pas
engors will spend the night in Phila
delphia and proceed to the seashore
by regular trains of the next day.
these excursions, on account of
tho desirabitv of the seashore lxjints,
tho libaral limit and low tickets, and
the fine equipment of the special
trains, present the most attractive of
The rate from Mifilin is $5.65.
Oil the 17th of June a blood curd
ling tragedy was enacted at rarkor
ford in the valley of the Schulkiil by
Frank Bixbee a 45-year-old foundry
man of Royersford. Maddened by
excessive drink, and possibly also af
fectad by the extreme heat Uixbee,
without revealing enough of his con
dition to frighten them, induced
three little girls te follow him a short
distance. They were Annie aud
Jennie Kneer and Katie Donnelly,
children of the foundryman's near
Before the quartet had gone far
together the girls noting several of
Bixbee 's peculiarities objected to any
further walk oven with their well
known neighbor. Thereupon the
drunken man. his eyes flashing like a
demon's caught the two smaller girls
and grasped one hand of each with
his own vice like right, and then cap
tured the elder, Annie Kneer, with
his left hand. The children now
thoroughly terrified screamed at the
top of their voices. This only stim
ulated the mailman to a terrible pur
pose. The Schulkiil Canal was close
at hand, and toward it he dragged
the children at a furious pace.
Pursuit was only a question of a
few moments with the children
screaming as they did, and Bixbee
was desperate. Quickly hauling his
little victims across the tow-path,
Bixbee half plunged, half roilod in
the canal with them.
As the'plunge was made lAnnie
Kneer the elder of the children,
broke away and floundered to the
shore. Katie Donnelly also broke
loose as the remaining trio struggled
in the water. She went under the
surface several times, however, before
she reached the tow-path bank and
joined Annie Kneer there. Barely
recovering from their own narrow
escape from death, Annie and Katie
rushed wildly np and down tbe tow
path, wringing their hands and won
dering wny .Bixbee did nt come up
witn mue Jennie, inoy suit believ
ed it was more than half a horrible
joke only on his part.
WOfIJ HAVE LYNCHED HIM.
But neighbors reached tho canal
bankbefore either Bixbee or Jennie
Kneer were seen at the surface.
mi - i , . ,.
a ucn it was evident mat uotn were
urappung-ironR and a boat were
procured, and tho bodies were soon
recovered, little Jennie's arm being
tigutiy locked in tne dead man s em
brace. An angry crowd made a rush
for Bixbee's body, and would have
kicked it to pieces if they had not
leon interfered with in theoperation.
Had Bixbee been recovered alive, he
would undoubtedly have been speed
ily lynched, lie was emploved at
Buckwalter & Go's stove foundry,
Royersford and leaves a widow and
two children. The grief of Mr. and
Mrs. William Kneer,-the parents of
Jennie is heart rending, and fear is
entertained that the mother will lose
1 Mr. James Snv1 f ns;,i.
. -'Bja vuciua
I township, while eno-arad ;n irta,iin(T
I KavL- ta n.inni i . ...
- 1 on one of his finsrers. hv a vmrrl,.i
j Mr bnyder is afraid of and hates
1 snakes as bad as old Jimmy Stioare-
. I toes does noivwater. and when in th
I woods is always on the lookout for
j the reptiles. On this occasion he
I carefully examined the nil f hurt
I to make sure that no snakes were
I about and aatisfivins' his nwn mind
I il . J. A t
- 1 mas mere was no danger, He pro-
I ceeued to load tne bark, and the very
first armful that he picked tip he
! was struck on the rtoint of t.h finder
J by A copperhead which had fastened
its fanes se Becurelv that it dandled
from his finger untill removed. Mr.
Snyder was a badly frightened man.
and he proceeded to suck the poison
from the wound and then started for
his home, and upon arriving there
applied indigo to the bite. His hand,
arm and side were considerably swol
len for two or three days, when the
swelling gradually receded and he
was able to resume work. Hunting
For tbe Sintuii.
The Juniata Conference of the
Synod of Central Pa., at the Ev. Lu
theran church met June 15 and 17,
at Centre Church, Walker Twp.
Though tbe weather was extremely
warm, yet very pleasant and inter
eating sessions were engaged by Jthe
members ol Uonlersnce, tne congre
gation and numerous visitors. Con
ierence embraces tne Xjutneran min
isters, numbering 22, residing in Per
ry, bnvder, Juniata and Mifflin conn
tics- Ten were present with several
lay delegates. The general subject
t discnsion was tne importance and
value of the church and its services,
On Monday evening the retirinrr
l'res t itev. ii. K. Smith of Newport
presented clearly and forcibly the
importance and value of the preach
ing service. Xuesday morning Con
ference was formally opened. Rev.
A. ti. topangier of 1'ort lioyal was
chosen Pres't for the ensuing year;
Rev. W. H. Dale of Blain, Sec'y;"Rov.
G. W. Leisher of McAlistersville.
Treos.; ICev. Dale not beinjr present
Rev. Prof. C. T. Houtz of .Missionary
Institute . Selinsgrove was chosen
Sec'y pro tern.
The importance and value of the
Prayer -Wetting was lucidly and im
pressively sot forth by Rev. I. P.
Neff of Middleburg and Rev. Dr. J.
K Dimin, Principal of tho Classical
Department of the Missionary In
stitute at Selinsgrove. Children's
Meeting was held in the aftermoon,
and addressed by Revs. C. Fieking-
er of New Bloomfield and Rev. A. K.
Zimmerman of Selinsgrove, who also
ably discussed the importance and
"valnj Sunday school.
Tbe evening was1 fepent ia discus
sing Young People's jSocioties, th.6
mernbers of Conference generally
Catechetical Instruction was the
topic cf discussion on Wednesday
morning. The discussion being op
ened by Rev. Dr. G. H. C. HaasLer
of Adamsburg in a profound and
learned address, followed by Rev. W.
R. Wieand of Siglorville and others.
Communion service in which mem
bers of Conference and the 'Congre
gation participated was held in the
afternoon, Rev. T. C. Houtz preach
ing the sermon.
Besides these discussions interest
ing account of the condition of the
charges were given by tho several
pastors and other business transact
ed. Rev. Willard of Mexico ef the
East Pa., Synod, Rev. McBurnev of
the U. P. Church cf Mexico, and
Rev. Lewey of the Pres. Church oj
UcAlistervilIe were present and re
ceived as advisory members as also
wsre Bros. Minno Mayer pastor elect
of the Liverpool charge and Bros.
Obeaholtzer and Kless students for
the mil itry.
A notable feature of this Conven
tion of conference was the social en
tertainment at noon on Tuesday and
Wednesday. A substantial dinner
with abundant delicacies of the sea
son was served to all present by the
good people of the community.
Altogether this mooting of conference
was very enjoyable and we trust
profitable to all who participated.
It is of interest to men who havo
houses and other buildings erected
to know that a new "Lien Law" was
passed by the late legislature and
signed by the governor which pro
vides: "That no contract which shall
hereafter be made for the erection of
the whole, or any part of a new
building, which the the owner of the
lot on which the same shall be erected,
shall operate to intorefere with or to
defeat the right of a subcontractor
who shall do work or shall furnish
materials under agreement with
the original contractor in aid
of such erection, to file a mechanic's
lien for the amount which shall be
but for the value of such work or
material furnished, unless such sub
contractor shall have consented in
writing to be bound by tho provis
ions of such contract with the owner
in regard to the filing of such liens.
Without such written consent of the
sub-contractor all contract between
the original contractor and the own
er which shall expressly or impliedly
stipulate that no such lien shall be
filed shall be invalid as against the
right of such sub contractor to file
"All persons contracting with the
owner of ground for the erection and
construction of tbe whole, or of aay
part, of a new building thereon shall
be deemed the agent of snch owner
in ordering work and materials in
and about such erection or construe
tion, and any sub contractor deing
such work or furnishing suck mate
rials shall be entitled to file a mech
anic's lien for the value thereof, not
withstanding any stipulations to the
contrary in the contract between the
owner and the contractor, unless
such stipulations shall have been
consented to in writing by such sub
contraetor." In taking the census in India
1,000,000 enumerators were employ
ed, giving one day. The population
was shown to be 1S6.000.000 an in
crease in ten years of 29,000,000.
GENERAL JVEWS ITEMS.
Great excitement prevails along
atony Kan in Berks county, because
coal oil has been found in a well
in the course of drillinsr at the depth
oi ou i etc.
An exenange newspaper savs, we
do not like to do it. but we will be
driven to give the grip to a good
many subscriber, if they don t pay
The base ball srrand stand at Ash
land Pa., broke down with two hun
dred people on it the other day.
a i . .
ootbtri persons were severely injur
ine nouy Holler religions craze
has resulted in rendering three per
sons crazy, in the vicinity of Hen
derson, Crawford county, Pa.
Mrs. Martha Day, of Prospect,
i oric county, tripped and fell fifty-
eight feet into a well. She was only
.Tl . . - . .
-Aneres rest lor tne weary, sang
the choir. "Yes,' said the small
boy, "and arrest for the wicked
By rail 32,000,000, pounds of fruit
were snipped irom California from
from January 1st to May 1st
The oil boring fever has broken
out in the vicinity of Fricdensburg,
A sheep was sent to ax-Judcre
Langbein. of New York, as an attor
ney a fee.
The Hessian fly has ruined great
fields ef Wheat ia Southern Kansas.
Twenty-four inches is the average
size or a woman s waist
Hail has spoiled a lot of
four Indiana countries.
Of tho 1.900 policemen in Chicago,
i,oou are xnsnmen.
New York, June 17. Yesterday
was without a precedent in the Sub-
Treasury here. There were received
during the day 44,653 seperate cheoks
of thss class and 2000 others. Piled
one upon the other and pressed
dowd, the pensions checks measaaed
18 J feet in hight and $ 1,732,775 in
value. They kept the clerks at work
Ask Tear rrlends aboat It.
Your distressing cough can be cur
ed. We knew it because Kemp s
Balsam within the post few years
has cured so many coughs and colds
in this community. Its remarkable
sole has been won entirely by its
genuine merit. Ask some friend
who has used it what he thinks of
Kemp's Balsam. There is no medi
cine so pure, none ao effective.
Large bottles 50o and 1 at all drur-
A Favorable Verdict after
Twenty Years Trial.
Tbe origiuul and oniy genuia Compound
Oxygen Treatmaot that of Dra. Starkoy t
1'halen, ia rcientitie adjustment of the ele.
ments of Oxyrun and ii itrogon uignot izuil ;
and the compound la ao condensed and
made portable that it ia acnt to all tbe world.
It baa been in tise for more than twenty
yearn; thousanda of patients have been
treated, and recommend It. a very signifi
It does not act aa most drugs do by creat
ing another ailment, often requiring a sec
ond course to eradicate the evil affects of
the first, but Compound Oxygen is a rcvit
alizer, renewing, strengthening, invigorat
ing tbo whole body.
These statements are confirmed by num
erous testimonials, published in our book
of '200 pages, only with the express permis
sion of tho patiunta, their names and ad
dresses are given and you can refer to them
for furt sar information.
The great succcesa of our treatment has
given rise to a host of imitators, uncri'pn.
lous persona; some calling their preparation
Compound Oxygon, often appropriating our
testimonials and the Samoa of our patients
to reccommend wortbleaa concoctions
But any aubstance made elsewhere or by
others, and called Compound Oxygen a
"Compound Oxygen Its Mode of Action
and Results," is the title of new (book el
200 pages, published by Drs. Starkey & Pa
Ion, which gives to all inquirers i ull inform
ation as to this remarkable 'curative agent,
and record of anrpriaing cure in wide
range of chronic cases manv af them after
being abandoned to die by other physicians.
will be mailed Iroe to any address on ap
Drs. Starkey & rbalen, 1529 Arch St.,
Philadelphia, l'a., 120 Sutter St., San fran-
DC SI 51 ESS C6LLBGE
INSTITUTE OF SHORTHAND.
(Chartered nuder laws of Pennsylvania.)
Queen City ef the Susquehanna.'
A splendidly organized Institution.
A beautiful location. Delightful sur
roundings. Air pare. All the mod
SPECML .ITTE.YTIOA, is given
to Business Arithmetic, Commercial
Law, Br.siness Coi respond ence, Com
mercial Spelling, Rapid Calculation,
Penmanship, Punctuation, Letter
Writing, Mimeographing, Manifold
ing, Copying, &c.
The Principal of the Business De
partment i3 an experienced account
ant in keeping books for firms, com
panies and corporations. The short
hand department is presided over Ly
one of the most popular teachers in
cpTCT cears or assistant im-
POPULAR AT HOME.
More than one-half of all the stu
dents enrolled are from tbe City of
Book keeping and short - hand
taught at your home by a thorough
coarse of instruction by moil -
Bend for Circulars and Trial List by mail.
S. T. Sixpiitssos, Principal.
Hew FIsli Iteekt are Made.
Tbe Industrial World tells how
fish hooks are made. There is a lit
tle machine which turns out fish
hooks in sis strokes. Stroke No. 1
bites off a morsel of steel wire; No. 2
makes the loop where you fasten
your line; No. 3 hacks the other end;
No. 4 flattens and bends back the
barb; No. 5 makes tbe point; No. C
bends the wire and your h hook
drops into a little bucket ready to
be finished. Then it is either ja
panned these are the common black
fish hooks or they are tempered to
tne delicate blue that we somotimes
see in cutlery. For this finish they are
Heated red hot and then cooled in
Backs county farmers ett 80 cents
a bushel for corn.
Two prisoners in the Doylestown
jail were allowed to attend the cir
cus. tc. as
110 TET ME CM EIT TOO HCM OF IT.
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""F1 7i t7 sswsateulik ; to a
a fninm roar . bat
MifbtJv until wlnod. T
vru Tata Ol mmm rvMiTma
Ml TI lam aa C Ml
WILL yN TlOWIII
anu. avaua vow a tt SaaagTa
atiaava-vaia lairttuow aa
woifr a aAsTDouv. mitosis!
COMMENCING JUNE 1G,
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT.
URDA Y ErE.YIjYGS.
Admission 50 cents. Reserved Seats,
75 cents. Box Seats, f 1.00.
Special Excursions at ons-half rate
on all railroads.
Special return trhi3 after every per-
Grand $1,000 flisplnjr of
riRE M OUHS, Iglitly.
Ten thojsand square yards of
scenery is spread cut bororo the
spectator at Harriaburg's wonderful
production of the "Siege of Sebasto-
pol, representing tne memorable
city's actual earthworks, fortifications,
camping ground, frowning battle
ments, ramparts, magazines the
city itself skirted by the Badass's
formidable walls, with its beautiful
oostom-bou8a building, towers, mos
ques, etc., and conspicuously in the
centre the famous tower of Malakoff,
with its solid walls- The Black fce.
on whose bosom onoe floated tbe
allied fleets ef the Frenoh and Eng
lish, to the amount of 23,600 French
and 27,000 English is faithfully rep
resented. The spectator is well sat
isfied; he'foels that he has been to the
war and come heme unhart.
The performances are given every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
nights, and they should be seen by
every man, woman and child within
200 miles of Ilarriabugh. ,
Ths undarsiirnrd (citizens of Walker Twf.,
Juniata county, Pa., bertby cautioa ail per
sons not to tresspass an tkeir lands for tba
porps f bunt in j i John A. Oallagber,
Christ Mnsaer, CalTin Maa;rnder, John F.
Bahr, David DiTen, Samuel Anker, Cyrus
Sisber, Setb Kercbnor, William Clock.
Patent Variable friction and Bull Feed.
STEAM EXCISES. Hay Presses
MIIXGLU .VIILI.S, fcc.
PORTABLE GRIST MILES.
Threshing Machines, etc
Send for illustrated Catalogue.
A. B. FARQEUAR CO., Terk, Pa
EalaUvf JOU.V LEOSJRfi, dte'd.
Tbe undersigned appointed by tba Or.
phans' Court of Juniata county auditor to
make distribution of the suns of $735.02, re
maining; in the bands of Sainnel Ionard,
Administrator of John Leonard, late of
Lack, tewnsbip, Juniata Co., Pa., deceased,
will attend to tbn duties of bis appointment
at bis oflice in HttHintown on Friday, July
28th, at 10 o'clock. A. M., of said
day. When and wbere all parties interest
ed are requested to present their claims be
fore the nadersigned or be lorerer after de
barred f rom cominr in npen said fnnd.
WILL. L. HOOPES,
every WA TER PROOF
V DEAR, staasw
ia tub: stii r r ax
GRANDEST yPtOACLES AM
NEEDS NO LAUNDERINC. CAN BC WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.'
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATEHPROOF
w COLLAR IN THE MARKET.
A FINE PIECE GT
IS INDEED A LUXURY
THESE GOODS ARE ON THE
MARKET IN ONLY ONE SHAPE,
3x12 FULL 16 OZ. PLUG THE
MOST CONVENIENT TO CUT IN
POCKET PIECES OR CARRY WHOLE.
JIO. FIKZER a BROS., LonisTillfi, Kj.
X fob Br Koala,
X tabo 2X7 Heat.
akd ! am vikou movrcu to TAsra
AXTTM1MO) I CAM LAY MV KAVI-S ON ;
fCHtllf tilt t, P: SCOtt'3
roulsion of ?ara Cod Liver Oil
arra Nypophocphiteiof Lime and
Soda "" osi.v ci-sao xr Incip.
I Ut ('UIHUnipH.-n BVT tlILT
ui vr, AMI It NkW i-v iTixa
FLUSH Oti MY BONES
A T TUB 6AT OP A rOl'SD A DAT. I
TAXI IT l T AS SASILV AS I DO MILK."
src.f Tksnii.rv m K'-nniM; kf.w.
SCOTT'S lUl'IMdX M txilk OKLfcKS
UA1LV. TaKK f O t l-kC
I would inform tba public that I have
bow in my new millinery store at my place
of residence on Water street, Clioiintown,
second door from comer of Bridge Btroet,
a full stock of Spring and Summer millinery
goods, all new, aud of tbe latest styles,
and having employed first class milliners
I am prepared to supply the public with
everything found in a firstclass milliner
store, come and oxawine my stork. I
consider it no trouble to sbow goods.
The greatest improvement lo
Corsets during the past twenty
years is the use of Coralina in
siie place of horn or whalebone
It i used in all of Dr. Warner's
Corsets and in n ttJtsr
' The advantages of CoraSne
over horn or whalebone ar that
it iiocs not become set like
whalebone, and It Is mora flexi
ble and more durable.
, Dr. Warner's Coraline Corsets
are made in twenty-four differ
ent styles, fitting evury variety of
figures thin, medium, stout,
long waists and short waist
WARNER BROS., Mfrs,'
I New York and Chicago.
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COLLAR or CUFF
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KNOWN AS A )X HAKE IT
I oc& Osi,
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BEARS THIS MARK.
HOtlOBflUGH & SOWS CLOTHING STOaf
ILtving just reinrneil from the City with a
FULL LINE OF SPMNG'AXD SUMMER GOODS
we are prepared to show you the neatest, nobbiost and latest styles in V
Our Stock of Hits, Neckwear, Shirts, ad everything in the Line of G.nts p
ing Goods, ia larger and liner than evr before. As we took extra pains in our L
tion in that line
L CLOTHING, WE HAVE THEM TO SUIT ALL.
from the smallest to the largest at prices that cannot be beat.
We also havo a full line of Men'e, Ladies' and Children's FootWeajl
Umbrellas Trunk, Sat chela, .Jewelry, ACtf
Tf in nAa of anvthinjr in our line, and if you wtint a bar;., .
is the place and now the time to get
We have just unloaded and
Shelved our Spring & Summer
Goods for 1891, which nave
been personally selected by the
Senior member of the Firm in
the Eastern Markets.
not saying to much when we
declare that you will be pleas
swv W have them to sell.
nice Dress Goods, all shades
and grades at all prices. e
can accommodate the Quaker ;
with plain dress or sell goods I
to suit those who love brighter.
colors. We sell novelty goods ;
that many people
have a full line ol
at drop prices and Queensware
in full assortment, olassware
tn nlpasp the eve and to do ser-
lO piea.se U1C eye U1U IU uu OCJ
Our shoe Department is large
and grades from the Daintiest
to the Substantial Shoe and
Boot (or the field and forest.
We have almost everything,
and what we hav'nt got, we'll
Order, 60 please favor us .with
To the lovers of the weed,
we say we keep the best brands.
TIIV Ollt TOBACCO.
All orders by mail will re
ceive prompt attention.
Ilemember the place,
Main Stkeet, Oi-posite CcuiiT House,
THE NATIONAL BAPTIST
THO DOLLARS A YEAR
DO YOU HEAD ITT
Scud jiostal for a free cample copy.
THREE MONTHS TRIAL 2o CENTS.
J WISH TO STATE
A FEW FACTS
That I can stop toothache in less than
Ave minutes ; no pain, no extracting.
"That I can extract teeth without pain,
by the use of a fluid applied to tho teeth
and gnms ; no daugor.
That Diseased Gum a (known
as Scurvy) treat yriv ed gnccoesfiilly
and cars warsranted in every
Teeth Fillhd and warranted for life.
Artillrial Teeth repaired, exchanged or,
remoddled, Irom $3.00 to $12 per act.'
Beautiful bats Enameled Teet inserted at
prices to suit all.
All wsrk warranted to give perfect satis
faction. Peapla who have artificial teeth
with which they cannet eat, are especially
invited te call.
Ti a us Cash.
STABLISHKD 11 M ISrLISTO wa, Pa., is 1860.
ct. 14 S8.
TO WEAK r.lEH
"' '.et i..b,..MIiA
a Talaable tstn ImlsSl mmmit fu
" ' we i anil a rmmt rr rmr.
mat MIUMrf.. I HnsU
This standard hrnrl nf
tobacco is acknowledged to be
the best chew and the largest
piece for the money in the mar
ket I7,ico tin tag on each lump.
Its extensive sale for many years
has established its reputation,
here is nothing better. .-.Try it
or sale by dealers and grocers.
mmm wwe ai iimuaa
it. 0 ' '
& SON, l'ATTEItSOX, pa.
I.OUIS K. ATKismm.
ATKIXSO.X A, PES.lELL
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
Orri0ROn Main street, in place or .i
denceof Louia K. Atkinson, Km.,
Bridge street. iOc?, ,.0'
Joim t'cLAionLm. J.issm W. 8riiun
MCLAiraill.llV It STI.il.1l EL.
PORT ROTJf., JUSUTJ1 CO., Pj,,
BOnly reliable Companies represented
Jan. 1, 18S9-ly
IR.D.M.CR A WFOR t, DR. IMRWIN
tr. d: m. crawkokd son.
- j have fonmil a parhierchip Tr the prartim
? ."?u? C'V1. "-""ch-..
Oltice at old stnnd, corner of Tliinl h iJ
n? "trow- Miiiimtown p. olr
01 im'in win on louim ai ineir uthen at all
times, unless otherwise prol'eKSionnlly r.
April 1st, 18'JU.
fin and after Snndav. Juno 7. Iwn
trains that stop at Mill in will run as fallow
Miittin Arronniiodatinn leaves Miltlio
MO a. m.. Port Koral f,45 a. ni., Thorop.
na town 7." I a. 01., Millerstnwn 7,11 a. ni
nw Port .2tl a. nt.,
. n.. Marysviiie. s.oj, .1
,20 a. nt., Philadolptiii
miniin at s.oo p.
Naw Port 7.20 a. nt., Diirwannon, 7.4i a
arrives t HarrWIiurr.
ia, 1 1 ,'!., a. m.; Lh
r. ni.. Port Ketal.
8,05 p- m- Tn"n"". wa p- m., itn.
, prl,OWI) 8,S2 p. m . arrive, at Harritbur
4,40 r. m.. Philadelphi i at p. tn.
Miftlin Arroninioilation on Sumlav leaves
Milllin at 7.20 A. V; arrives at l(.irrimrg ,
!,! 0 a. m.; leaves tlarrishnrg, at l'J.'Ji p.
ni.: arrives at ,1illiin at S IKI p. ni.
llARRIsnrRO Aoo.iMHOniri.n les, AI.
tnona dailv at 5.20a. m., Tyrone 6 M . nt..
Mount Union at '.,M a. tn., Newtnn llamil
tow 7,0" a. nt.. JtcVevtown 7,20 a. m.. Lew
islwa 7,4ra. tn.. Milfont x.Oiia. ra., Uifttia
W.12 a.m.. Port Koyal H.17 a. tn-. Mexico H,.
2Ha. m, Tnscarora S,2 a. m.. Vandyke 18
SO a. m..Thutiipsontown H,:t7 a. m., Dnr
ward 8,42 a- nt., Uillerstown H.1S a. .,
Newport 0.00 a. in arriving at Uarrishnti,
! 10 '6 a. n., and at Philadelphia, 1,25 p.m.
at 7,16 a. m., and stopping a all retulsr
stationa between Altoona and llarrisnurp,
reach;-a Midi in at 10, "6 a. ui., llTiu;irr,
11.40 p. ii., and arrives in Philadelphia at
S.lo p. m.
Mail Taxis leaves Pittsburg dally a
30 m., Altonna at 2,00 p. lu., and stop.
rinK at all regular stations arrives at Milts
' 6-03 p. m., Ilarrisbnrt: 7.(0 p. m., l'alla-
'elphia !(.." p. m.
Mail Express leaves Pittsbnrc at 125Upm.
A Itoona 5 '.'0 p nt ; Tyrnr.e 6 20 p ra ; Hnnt
infdon 7.00 pra ; Lewistown 8l8 pm Mif-
din 8 27 pn ; IMrritibiirg 10 10 a. ui. ; Phila.
deH.liin 4 29 a m.
Dv Expprss leaves Piltsbuv t P.00 K.
V.; A'liMir.n. 11. Ml A. M.; mar be flicivl
at Wiltlin nt 2.IT P. M.; strives at H.irri.
burg at 3,20 P. M.; at Philadelphia, G.5U P.
Plii'sdelpliia Express will stop at Hiltjia
at 11 K7 p. when Hurrnd
Milllin Arrotumoilation leaves Fbiladol
pl'ia at 4,25 p. tn., UarriHbnrg, 7,27 p. in.,
Newport, 8,23, p. ni., MillorMuwn, K,.t.j p.
ui., Tbomrraontiiirn. 8,4:1 p. m.. Port Royal,
,(M JJilllin, !I,U p.m. Leaves Phila-
i ill I Hi; HamsbiiriE 12,25 p
in; Millers'own l,2o p tn; ThoiiiDsentows
1,38 p tn; Mrxico 1 .'" p tn; port Kojsl
fia p in; arrives at Mitflin 2 00 p m.
Fast Limb loavoa Phiadelphia dnilv at
11 4U a m ; Ilarriabnrg S.4U p ru ; Milflin
6 06pni; Lewistown S 28 p m ; A.Iount
7,.')llpm; arrvea at Pittsburg; at 11 55 pm.
Wat Pssssxara leaves Pbilaitolphia
daily at i 80 a. ni.; liarrisbura;, 8 15 a. m.;
Duncsmion, 8 51 a. ru.; Newport, 22 a.
m.; Millerstown, 9 :t a. rj.;Thiupiontown,
47 a. tn.; Mexico, 10 02 a. ru.; Port
'Royal, 10 17 a. n.; Milllin, 10 14 a. m.;
! Milford, 10 20 a. ni.; Lowintown, 1U 40a. m.;
Huntingdon. 12 10 p. m.; Tyrone, 1 02 p. m.
Altoona, 1 4ft p. ru., and stop at all rtgular
stations between iiurrisburir and Alt'iona.;
Arrive at Pittsburi; al 8 60
Oygtfb Kxpskps lesvea l'lulinKI his dai
ly at (i 22 p. n-.., liairiolmrir, 10 20 p. m.,
stepping at Roekville, Uarysviile, Duncan.
j non, Newport, Millerstown, ThiiiiMontowa,
. Pert Koyal, time at Mitttin, 1 1 55 p. in.; Al-
toona, 2 15 a. in., and Pittsburg, It 10 a. ia,
j Vail Tsaih leaves Philadelphia daily at
7.00 a. m., Harrisbiira; 11.20 a. m., New
port, 12 14 p. tu., MiMlin 12.52 p. ni., stop
ring at all regular stations between Milflis
! 1h a i. a An m .
i sbjiiva mimiiU rvUwU II v73 lllM MS, V.M-r f
Pittsburg 8.10 p. m.
Ai.taosa AocoMnt4Tioa leaves Phil
adelphia dailvat 11 40 a. m., Harrisburi; at
4, lep.ro., Duncmnoa 4,15 p. ra., New.
ports. 12 p. m., alillorstown 5,22 p. m.,
I Thompsnntown H,-W p. tn., Vandyke 6,40
m., Port Koyal 6,61 p. ru., Miftlin 6,50 p.
re., Lewistown H,20 p. in., McVeytown ti,.
45 p. ni., Newton 1U uilten TM'i p. m-Hnnting-don
7,?5 p. ra., Altoona MOO p. m.
Pacific Expreasleaves Philadelphia 1125
p m; Ilarrisburs; t 10 a m ; Duncannen 8
88 ant; Newport 4 00 a ni ; Milllin 4 89 s
m; Lewistown 6 01 a ui ; McVeytown 6 it
a. ra; <. Union 6 am; Huntingdon o
12am; Petersburg 25 a iu ; Spruce Croek
8 49 a ni; Tyrone 7 00 am; Boll's Mills
7 22am; Altoona 06 a m ; rittsbutg
12 45 pm.
Perry Com.ly Kailrd Trains leave
Dnfcannou at 9.05 a. ni.; 12.60 p, and
4.65 p. m. Arrive at Duticannon, 7.S6 a.
m.; 10.6O a. m.; and u.60 p. m.
Leave Newport ot 6.80 a nt; 9,25 a, nt.;
1.30 p. m. and 5.65 p. iu. Anrivo at New
port 8.4o a ni ; 12 02 p. ni.; i?00 f. m.;and
8 00 p. ni.
Rubber Bhnea nnl worn uneorgfortaM Ulbt
win often slip off the feet. To reoM7
this erU the '
"COLCHESTER" RUBBER CS.
offer a shoe with the Inside of the beet Hned wts
rubber. Tina cunvs to the ahnc anlpreTCets
tboHubbcr from alippiug off.
Call for the " Cof cheater' '
ad rou can walk, run or jump'la them.