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M 1 5FLINTO WN. WED5HSD1I, DEC. 18, 1889. B. F. SCIIWEIER, iirn a" r-aoFararroa. S-ATtR Ti-mie, drnouncH trusts. jm the panti-; in of thin and grieratiu. Tint St.-1 limn mt in Hauritr l'urir la-nt "ek. 201 raups w-re represnfcL (fknkral Ha-tin., S-rtrY Stona, ami AufcVr G?nrral McC&mant al dn sMHi khe State Grang at Har riaburg u the 10 tli in fit. Tfci revision nf th Westminster Jonfet-u of Faith in the question that claims the attention of Fresbr teriai Ti-l'siatii-al aseaihlirs. Ah j.-r btatrtnent of Adjutant Cn eraJ Ila.stinp to the Washington War IVj.iutim-ut the organized mili tarr force of Pennsylvania 8,471. XsiK rules forbidding marriage amng the Eonomite Society near IWver Falls this state are about to he llih-d so that nierubers of the S.wiety may marry if they desire so t- do. Thi (.roveruors of the thirteen or iginal ntat-s, met in Washington on the 10th hist, to devino ways and rarans to erect a monument in Phil adelphia to couiruemerate the dec laration of Iudendcure. Is the State Grange at Har risburg ldat week, the measure of Henry George's single tax theory was cor rectly measured and deuounced as "calculated to render the granger's pursuit a serfdom and crush out everv vintage of independence. Those who are anxious to know Bob Ineersoirs religious belief are hap- pt now in 4eclarinir that thev have A . ' found him out, and that he is an 'ngnostic," who is one who does not profess to know what he does not know, and differs from the man who relies on faith. The latest reported skip by the light of the moon is banker Hem mi ugway, of Binghampton, N. Y. He took $75,000 with him and left a lot of debts, and a wife and blind daughter. It isn't so much intel lectual training that the average Aniericau business man needs. He needs to be educated in inoral prin ciple. Another disaster or two and Johns town will bo known as the place of horrors. On the eveniug of the 10th hist,, during the performance of Un cle Tom's Cabin in the Johnstown tiera House, a cry of fire was rais ed. The crowd sprang from their seats and rushed for the doors and trampled ten people to death on the stairway, and injured seventy-five. In many part -f Europe business is almost suspended on account of cold in the head of inhabitants. Old and young arc subject to it. Lon don is 'Tentlv alarmed over the pros- i l-ct t tun tiiseastt prostrating tne peopl of the great city. The prob. ability is it will set the people of the United States to sneezing and make them sick enough to prevent them from engaging at work between this and spring time, It seems to be as muoli of a mvstery in its inception as was the opiz ntic among the horses 17 years ago. Europe's Influenza. TIih spread of the induenzr which recntly broke out in Iluasia has been so rapid that the epidemic is assum ing a serious aspct. There now sutTeres in Berlin, Paris and aen L union, and whle the ma!aly is fatal in very few cases.it is a decidedly unpleasent visitor. The origin of this indueneza is a mystery. It is believed to have come from Asia and the disease has been know to break out in naval fleets at sea which had n.t communicated with land for long periods. Ia several aotisdrons werii iltu:il)lt)ti bv the stttidemiiv an.l 1 it 1 . 1 ..mr.i.t hiK (Tt-nerailv lMen west-1 ward through Europe to this country. The last epidemic of the kind occur red in 1S-47. Whether the present oue will reacch the United States re mains to be seen but it is to be hoped it will not. North Aniericau. G E. E R.1 L.E HS it EMS. A biblous individual of York went to sleep while soaking his feet in hot water, and ho was awakened in the morning by his wife the fire had gone ont and thin ice had formed in the tub. RolH'rt lavior who is conn net 1 in an iron clad cell of the Reading jail for attempted jail escape, made sev real iiiKiiectors an offer of $-5 each to have him transferred to the kitch en. For stealing a turkey John Myers, of York springs, Adams county, was senteuced to thirty davs in the county jail. James V. Steel at Kaston pleaded guilty to assaulting with intent to outrage a country girl, and was sent to jail for three years. Southern girl in soft litpiid ac cents, at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York "Nevah saw so roanv sliruons, such lovelv gowns, such frights of women in the boxes, and nevah, nevah saw such a display of riesh." Go head Southern girL An Ohio paper prints the follow ing notice) under the heading, "Obit uaries :" "Mr. William Jones of Malta township, aged S3, passed peaceful ly awav on Tuesday last from single blessedness to matrimonial bliss, af ter a short but sudden attack by Alice Blossom, a blooming widow of 35." ritUbarj- Dispatch- Sail Fayette. Our friend J. E. Shellenbercer has gone to Altoona where he inteads to work for a time. Benjamin Joseph of Philadelphia, who hail been in our Ticinity as sportsman has gone to Illinois, on a pleasure trip. The calithumpiana bad the privel evr of serenading a happy couple of which Joseph T. Smith the Juniata peach man was the groom. The band vnw liberally treated. The visiting class at Red Bank School House is prospering finely un der the inhtraction of E. EL Smith. ilias kie Barr, of Mifflin county, is visiting friends in East Fayette. BclTOK IsOAXER. aea Oriental .icwi. For tbe Snruit i RsrrauCAii. ateam saw-mills about Here are playing oat one bv one, and the hist one will soon he among the things of the past. There are a few tracts of timberland remaining, but the owners choose not to part with the same for a tride. This being Institute week and the teachers away at the county seat the boys are proportionately "jolly." All day to-day heavy blasting was heard going on somewhere north from as, probably at some point on the X. C railroad. Had it leen south we would naturally have sup posed that it was the tiring off of some of our "big guns' in Congress. Henry Johns, who spent all sum mer on kis farm went back to Phila delphia some time ago into winter quarters. m. II. Ld'rbt lobt a horse last week as the result of overfeeding with iorn. George Y . Goodhng of South Dakota spent some time visit ing his parents, George Irocxlling, Sr., and other relations around Or iental. He is well pleased with his western home. Mr. John Stroup and wife of South Bend, InL, are visiting rel atives about Oriental. Mrs. Win. Hupp was taken 6ud- deuly ill the other night The ii ';r .Tf ia a nervous effect!. too- ion. Hope she mav come out all again. Dec. 13, 1S89. Amicus. To-JIgfet and Temorrow night. And rsch day and night during this week you csn get at all druggists Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, acknowl edged to be tho most successful remedy ever sold for tbe cute of Coughs, Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma and Consumption. Get a bottle today and keep it alwavs in the house, so you csn check your cold at once. Price SO cents and VI. Sample buttles free. Contributed to the JratATA Sextiskl. 60 or bl) years ago. a young man whoso father and mother died when be was very : young, was sent one cold icv, "inter ! morning, from tbe home of a farmer with ' whom he lived, to a post office several miles awav. He started a foot. Progress was not so ranid a wban tho weather was ' good since tbe toads were covered with.' ice and snow. Be kept the public road on til be came to a ridge on tho other side of which waa tbe poat office, nearer down ov er the hill than around by the road, which although rslifpery could -doubtless have been travelvd if patience had been taken. However, unwisely, he concluded to take a course over the ridge for tbe purpose of savinggtioie, walking and no doubt patiouce. So be left tbe road on top tbe bill, walking on tbe crusted snow until be came to where the hill inclined downwards. Accordingly as he advanced walking became more uncertain ontil be concluded A take off his shoe to get a footing. This plan worked partially for a short time, but still be would lose his footing, lie now was not able to get up the incline which be had come down, and no doubt was some what alarmed concerning his position and condition. He must needs try to get fur ther dowa since it seemed eaiier than go ng up which had become hopeless, so he attempted sliding from tree to tree, bow ever thereby he endangered tho breaking of his bonea, arms, and limbs, so ho gave this mode over as of no help. tle then held fast nearer the top than bottom of ridge, bat not able to go up and in too much danger to go down. He lost all ouflleace in his own ability to get out without help. What shall he do f lie raises tbe cry of help ! help ! help ! Alter awhile an answer came from far down at the foot of the steep inclined sides. Exchanges of haloos and cries were kept up. Tbe person below tak ing a circuitous route c into in above the young.maa and having been previcunsly pre pared to walk on tho ice, having the soles of his shoes tilled with protruding nails, h walked doa t9 hre the young man was, ' t and k-lnxt him in th t.tt. Savinf hill from going oa to serious Injury and nos.itxy death. Like the just mentioned young man without a living father or mother was a stranger among well-to-do farmers, work. ing tor bis own living, so there are many persons in the Held of life or in the broad world, wbo'are unacqainted with and Strang. era to tho love of Jesus Christ who ever livetb. and who ever loveth those who seek him early, and whoso love is greater than the love of parents for children, and who "sticketh closer than a brother. Like a road led from tho farm bouse to the post ottice that could have been traveled so the law and command ments of Uod perfectly kept would bo a road to Heaven. A section of tha second commandment reads "showing mercy onto thousands of them that love me and keep my commandmtnta." This indicatea that thousands keep Uod's commandments which iuolude the old and new Testaments sufficieutly well, to be shown i mrrev in the keeDins of tbem. But an answer to a Sabbath School Catechism queaton reads : "No mere man since the fall is able perfectly to kctp the com mand menu of God, J but doth daily break tbem ia thought, word and deed." L:ko the young maa broke away from the road so all have "coma short of the glory of God" and the laws of God, if it be either in thought, word or deed. A young man came to Jeans for inquiry of him when Jesus waa on earth and said, he had krpt tbe commandments. Then Jesus although be loved tbe maa told him he lacked one thing. So let any one appear before God, and say I have kept tbe command menta and laws," and yet God can say to such, yoa lack something. Ia diflerent per sons it may be Lack of different things. If the young man bad kept perfectly the laws of Uod. Jesus would not have made him to understand that he lacked sine surely In tbe perlect keeping of the law there wo14 be do lack. So far as that young im wad kept the law, Jeans loved him for tbe testa ment mji fee loved him. Bat tbe young bu locked perfection. God lorn thae that keep bis commandment. Christ eaye to those that love him "keep -my command -meats." Again, Christ at the right hand 4 God in tbe behalf of msa lacka nothing, since bo ia perfect. Thoroforo lacking man can bo saved by .believing Jesua Christ, for "bo that beiiovath on me shall in nomine perish bat shall have ever lasting life. Like tbe young man was in danger of aliding to tho bottom because kof his missteps, so there are people in danger of being east in to bell for their erroneooa thoughts, words, and deeds. Therefore such that continue downward from God and Christ, without turning and repeating will bo lost. Like tbe young man weal off the road to try anoth er war, and went dowa so far he could not return to the ridge top or place of safety so wo all have wandered from tbe perfect keeping of the Mosaic law and prophet of which Christ said : I am not come to de stroy the law and the prophets bat to ful fill. Like tbe young man in order to be saved from injury and perhaps death, stop ped to consider, and observing danger be low and impossibility to obtain tho above place of safety, for this reason surrendered hi strength and cries for the strength of another, so let such that observe they need higher strength than their own to task their calling and election sure," appeal or cry to tbe higher strength, Christ, for bo will answer those that seek early like the man at tbe base oP the ridge answrmd tbe cry for help. Let sinners come to the foot of tbe cross and aak God's favor, and then somewhat like tbe man at the'base aav. ing arrived at tbe top of tbe bill by a cir cuitous route, and with the soles of bis shoes tilled with protruding nails weut down tbe slanting, slippery sides and saved tbe orphan, and fetched him to aafetv to tbe top A tbe ridge, to the road and to the boose, so Jesus with the nail marks in his hands and feet and tbe Roman soldier's spear mark in his aide, which marks he re ceived on the cross, saves those that are orphaned from God brings them out of a state of aia nd misery," from being lost in to a state of salvation. AKRON. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Last Wednesday three tramps proposed to relieve engineer Samuel Gushard of his wafch while he was in the act of oiling his engine in tha railroad shop at this station. Gush ard does not believe in the commun- istie doctrine of distributing his property for nothing, and he 0.; ed to give the'watch to the scoundrels. Straightening himself he delivered a blow at the nearest one. His fight ing attitude frightened the thieves and ther ran awav. From the Newport News :On Tu-s- dav Andrew Pines, a man of familv , residing at lleward, fell off the Mill- j erstown bridge into the river. II 1 " ' was sittiug on lever, prving, and it slipped, pitching him into the water. In his descent he struck one of tlu braces, breaking a bone in his right wrist and cutting his face. He lav ( on his back, stunned momentarily, l,.,t it ,1,.,1 ,,nK- liw b.a.l lx.i'n visible when he revived aud his left hand kent on ton. having floated down the river fiftv vards or more bef. or rescued, "A mare mule which has been in 1 use as a wort animal at mo rancu ' ol lion. 1. liver, cnevenne, tj., dropped a colt recently aud has taken such care of her pr ogenv that th remarkable creature though under sized, is healthy and will probably live. The body of the eolt like that of a horse, while the ears are very long and the head mulish. The sir; is a N-rman stallion. There is b ft one other authenticated instance re corded of a mule foaling. A mare mule at the Paris Zoological Gardeus and her colts are driven to a cart. From tho Ljwistown Clazette : John W. Shaw, escj., was stricken with paralsis while lying in bed early Saturday morning and died Sunday afternoon abj. it two o'clock. Oive the administration a littlo 1 1 mt nvnl T-ou will aa m-hftt ia liein-r V . -., rn. ! ttone lor tne laooring man. iiijwnnwHini iuii wvvununvuiu puddlers wag were raisod tweuty j BRONCHITIS I Threat Affectica five cents a ton last Mondav. i I . . . , Oliver Saook lost a fine tw j SCROFULA Westing of Flesh vear-old colt a few days ago. Th . or ptn vKm th Thrmmt m . cows were in the barn yard and the colt was left out of the stable to g water, when one of the cows horned her in the side, leaving its iutestiues out on the ground aud causing death m a short time. yaito a X 1. 1.;... an.l (n.n,ljl met on Christ. P. Yoder'a wood pile Tharsdav and assisted him in chop- ping nis stove wood lor tue wint.-r in return for which th'iy received a spledid dinner, and those who fail ed to make a full hand on the wood pile made up the deficiency at the dinner table. Hon. Joseph W. Parker died in Clearfield Wed nesday evening from heart trouble, after only two days sickness. His remains were brought to this place and interred from the home of his mother Saturday afternoon. Several fine pigs were killed at Belleville last week that were hard to beat, according to their average. Weight from 250 to 300 pounds. Whils tikinp a load' from . r.m Wrrel Thomas W. Lauver of Zetglerville shot Limelf through the leg above the knee. There seem- inirlv were two balls in the barrel and Mr. Lauver took the gun to the smith shop and wished to melt tho lead bv heatin the barrel. Stand ing in front of the barrel tne powder between the balls exploded, sending lioth balls out at opposite directions, with the above result. Mrs. Butler who waa in the China Presbyterian mission field for a num ber of years, addressed a large and appreciative audience in the Presby terian church in Kelly, Sabbath eve ing a week. A good de.d of plowing has been done this winter. J. P. Bradf 3rd was seriouslv injured Friday last. He was assist ing I). E. Notestine's on the born floor. and whilst raising the beef with hay rope and a horse, Mr. Bradford ! stood leaning over the nullev, whi h was holding the barn door open t keep it out of the way of the ro;Aj When the beef was partlv hoisted the chain which held the pulley t the floor suddenly broke, which left the rope fl v up like the crater of a whip. The rope caught Mr. Bradford under arm and pitched him about twelve feet in the air, and he fell on the bare floor on his bead and shoulders. Medical aid was summed at once and upon examination it was fiUl there wera no bonee) broken, but be wag badly bruis-' aix-'U t!i lwk vf the ko.i an. I n.wL- jvit'.irJa.r afiem.Hjll ! he was carried on a wette to his j home, whe't lie is suHenngconsii-r-1 ably. At bud accounts fc.uu.tay -1 niiig he was slightly tatter, but o.ily able to lie on his back. From the Bl.M.infield Advocate: , . , , , , j -4i , t Mm. D. FulhT thrived with the: sweep power 125 bushels tf W J tt , ouedar last - On ednos lay Mrs. Nancy To,g. of Newport, while carrying a tun n. f her lot feU an.t was untortuiiate enough to break her left hip b.ne. S. L. Snrler wss well Rapplie! with hands when he butchered ; he had about ten hands ar.d seven - f kill, and di.t not get done until the next dav. A few days ngo, a dog of Abram May. of Centre township, in running a rabbit on Uahonoy Hidge ran into a flock of wild terkeys, aud s-.'iziug big goulr, held hliil until the b.ys came up am) captured it. Tue lor key cleaned 17 pounds. Mrs. John Smith, of Newpojt, last Wednesday gave birth to twins whose bodies were firmly united by a lig ament. One infant was well formud, the other not They onlvJived a few minutes after birth. News readied this place on Mon day that Jonu Temple, a freight brakeman on the Northern Contra! Railroad, fell from his train uenr lt Wolf on the above date aud was cut in two. He was aged about 24 years, and was a resident of Donnaliy's Mills, this county, to which plauo his body has been taken Jfor interment. Bear tracks have been seen by some of our hunters on the Chestnut Flat. Two have b eu se-u walking a.Lng the ridge abjve Waterford, but all their hanters were at Black L g. They are destroying corn by the shock in the uppvr end of this couuty. A few nights ago one took a hog weigh ing about one hundred and fifty pounds from the pen of a M r. Barn hart. Holiday ExcarsloaTlckelii on the feniih Itanfai Rallread, Pursuant to the usual policy of aid ing its patrons in the interchange j of social visits during the holiday, j thePennslyvanian Railroad Company ita ticket offices,' excursion tickets to btwMn th stations on the system at the rate of two cents per mile in each direction. The holiday excursion tickets will be sold from December 21st, 18S9, to to January 1st, 1890 inclusive valid ;or return until January 4th, lbM, lnulve- Tina arrangement, however, does not PPlJ 1 th e f excursion - art - .. t i -v 1 1 - "caeia.oeiwoeu .ww lorK ana i nn adelphia, Baltimore and Washingtoi-. in either direction, nor even between any one of the above-named cities and anv other of these mentioned. ' QUA? eHfltlCalg MEAT-CUTTER. 9 CfMqulM and im- ammed tW hm far Im-h, rWdMO. Mtctr y. x, crap pi. rvqfMf,...-. fiavrnhary; AtMk. Ac . c. . 13D setrf .T,.tei prosKset.nsa rvr p . (t J ... AMERICAN M'FG (.a, eTM A VBaUnSiMUA, (t"JU. 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Swire LEGAL. Q XPHANS' COCKT SALE of , , ALU A ii lift KftAL LM Alb. j Br Xl ' f the irfnc-ftf on iirder ot sain issued out trphan' Court ef Juniata Coanty, t Penti.vlvaiiia, 'be undersigned Adnjinistra r. I.v.d Shnna. late o. Delaware towo.biii in aaid couatv, deceaed, will vnttiti - tb iwelnf bouse on tract No. on, on Saturday, January, 18, 1890, f f mJ, d'ttt loiw. ag deMnbrj ,4ub;e a. KiUte. to wit .- No. 1. A farm .ituafo in Delaware town aliip east cnun'y, b ode 1 on th east by lands of Cldr Lung sod Euhriam Sowers. I V" ,n S",D 'y lands ol Thoraa Carwell 1 and Jonainan Krv ; n the weat bv lands of , Bod ,.. h hi- n iir land of said do- ' cedent comsii log about OSC HCHOKsb AID EIGHTY ACS IS, more or leas baring thereon erec ed a Loo Fnai Unt-aa, Bask Babx, and ou baild ne-. This laid is well adapted f.r pracu rulture. N-i. 2. A tract of tand -itnati in the aauie toUfhip. buuiidcd sr the uartfa by lands ot Mari C. CloU'er, and other lands j of said decedent ; tbe east by lauds Ol Calder Long ai.d Kpbriam Sov ; oa the south by otbur la ids ot. said dace lent, and lands of Hanry J. Shllenberger ; on the west by lands of Mary E. Clouser, coKTAiaina sixty Acatt, more or less having thereon erected a Loo Horn no Loo Stable. No. 8, A tract of lad situito in same township, bounded on the nurtb by lands of John Lauver. Ha'hiaa (J-mbfr ing, Rufus rord ; on tbe ast bv lands t Gaidar Long j Epnrisiu Sa- r and Kufus F-rd ; on the i south bv other lauds ot the said decedent ; on tbe west by lindsof said decedent aud Joba Luvr, containing SEVENTEEN ACRES, more or less. No 4. A ttact l Und situate in Fayette township, bounded by land of Ezra Smith on the north ; iu the eaatby faud of Cal der Long and Kphrlam Sowers ; south by Isnds of (ierge Hubbard ; west by lands ot Oeorge Huut'ard.jcuotaioing about one half acre, more or leas. No. 6. A tract of land situate in Fayette township, bounded o" the north by lands ot Ecra Smith ; vt. the east by landa of Jon athin Fry ; on th south by lands of Georg , i Hubbard : and on tbe west by lands of ! Jacob Schlegel, contaiaiug about,onetfou'tli I oi an acre, more or less. No. S. A tract ot latid aitnate in Fayette j township, bouuded on tbe north by land of Ezra Smith ; on the eaat by lauds ot i ; acuth by Isnls of Har riet Sburtz, and on the west by lands oi l Joaatban Fry, containing about ooe half j acre more or less, having thereon a lime : kiln TERMS OF SALE Ten (U par cent. of the purchase muer to be paid on day ot aals j twenty-five (26) per cent, on confirm, alion ot sale by tbtf court, ao1 tbe remain der on the first day of April, A. D., I890, wheu deed will be delivered and possession given JONATHAN KISEK. Administrator, $c of David Shurtz . dte'd. 1tbIC S ALK or KEAL ESTATE AID PERSONAL PROPERTY. The undersigned Administrator ol Mary Carwell, late ol tbe borough ot Thompson town, Janiats coauty. Fa., deceased, will self at puolic aale on tbe premise of the la:e decedent in said borough at 10 o'clock A.M., on Satardar January 11th, 1890, The following Real Estate, te wit : A Lot of ground in the borough of Tboaisontown, bounded oa the north by lot ot Israel Tennis ; on tha eaat by public road j south and weat by Theodora Thomp son, Dav iug woreon erected a TIVU.J.IDUV HAVE HUTSE. and a good aummor boaae, ciaterC and sta ble. TERMS. Ten per cent, oo day of sale: 40 per cent, oa confirmation of sale by tbe court, and balance oa 1st day of April, irsv. Also, at tbe same time and place, a lot of bouaebold furniture and utensils. Terms ot aale of Personal Property, will be made known on day of sale. sa.ijaiiih J. Caswell, Jdminittratmr . 0T1CE. To the Stockholders of tho First Nation. al Bauk of MiUlintown. There will be an election held in the Backing House, Tues day, January 14;h, 1890, between the hours ot eleven o'clock A. M., and two o'clock P. M-, for the purpose ol electing five Direc tors to serve the ensuing year. luio. D. S. Kloss, Cathier. ' XKCUTOK'S NOTICE. Whereas Letters Testamentary oa the es tate ot Aims Viuutui, latest Delaware township, deceased, baa been granted to tbe uoderaigned, all persons indebted to said estate are req uestud to maaa imnie. diate payment, aud thoae having claim will piease present them properly authenti cated lor aeillvnieai to JlltSUl LoCDEISLAOEa, Kxicutor. East Salem, Pa., November 24, lby. DMINISTKATOR'S NOTICK. Letters of Administration on the estate f Mary Carwell late' of tbe borough of Thonipsontown, deceased, baring been granted to the undersigned, all persons ia. debted to sail estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims will please preseut tbem without de lay to Bimimu J. Caswell, Jtdminittralor, Mexico, Juuiata county, Pa. December 11, 1S89. BR 1 DUE COM P AX X MEETING. orricE or the mrriaxTewa brioge comt aiy . MirrnSTjwa Pt., Novembor26, 1889. A mooting of tba stocKboldera of the MifHiotown Bridge Company will be held at tbe office of Ge.rje Jcubs, Esi., in Mif. tliutown, Pa., Tbuwday, February tb. 1H90, at 2 o'clock P. a., tor tbo purpose ol j Considering tbe advisability of iucreaaiag the Capital stock or indebtedness ol sail Company. By order of the Board of Directors, C. W. Mates. Secretary. Svvl A XJT E D ! A ti E fcil E to canvass for the sale or Ku'a r Stock. A full line ot teaming speritlitiv. Sa'ery and expeiiMM paid to successful nen. No experience neccessary. Write rr ttrrm.i, stating age. Mrntinn this psper. C. aU BooIIKjj-, Nnrsarymsn, East Park, Eochestei N. T, Sep't 4th, 1889, 3m. The only complete book published Nov ready. AMERICAN FISHES A popular treatise upon tbe Gsnj and Food Fishea of North America, wih es pecial reference to habits snd metbds of capture, by G. Brown -ioode, U. S. Cin misiocer ot Fisb atd Fisheries. With numerous illustrations and msanlnnt frontispiece plate it a lro.k 'rout in nine C l..ra. Tbe wort s p-ibiishad in ont v1 B u, K al Uctavo. Over S00 paes from new u atea, on baudstima paper, and ele- finil bound, iiaut free on receipt ol pice. ' $50. I FAULK.1ER &v ALLE1. . lV? ST- PttAOt',. 1 J 1 )op ? is EST Wr)icr) 1 v Oil rr. ULU OJSESTY Qenuinelas a Red H tin tag on every plug. Old Honest? is acKpowL edged to be tye purest and rrjost lasting piece of Standard Chewing Tobacctj on the marKet. Trying it is a better test than any taJK c&fltat it. Give it a fair trial. ' Your dealer has it. JBO. F1HZER & BEOS., LonlsYille, Ey. J WISH TO STATE A FEW FACTS Worth Knowing, That i can stop toothache in less than fire minutes ; no pain, ne extracting. That I can extract tevtb without pain, by the use of a fluid applied to the teeth and gams ; ne danger. That Diseased Gams (known as Scurvy) treat -ed successfully and a cure warfoero3ranted in every Teeth Fillbb and warranted for lite. Artificial Teeth repaired, exchanged or, remoddled, from 9.00 to $12 per set. Besatif'ul Gum Enameled Teet inserted at prices te suit all. All work warraoted to give perfect satis faction. People who bave artificial teeth with which tbey cannot eat, are especially invited to call. Will visit professionally at their homes if notified by letter. Will visit regularly atRicbQeld the 2nd weeks of May and October. Tiai Cask. G. L. DERR, Practical Deutlat, asTABLinaao la mirLiTOw, Fa., id I860. Oct. 14 '85. Trrinpans Police. All person are hereby csutieued not to tresspass u trie lanu laud aud wood laud ot the Liidi-rsigiu-d id Milivrd towustiip, lor the purpose ol hauling, hunting, fishing, picking berries, tiiiuwing down fences, cut ling tiuil-er, Tbe law against treaspass lug a ill be tuiorced. . Uahiil Fiihkr. November 27, 1890. Tli E T E IV " S Y L V A N I A JTHE C1XKBIUTKD FOKClJ-1 Ktl) 1 IIOSI'HATE ATTAC11MEXT GRAIN DRILL, Saw Hills, Engines a Stakoakd ufli- KSTS A MECIAUTT SKHI FOR CsTALlMlt E. A. II. Farqnhar Co., Limited, Tort, I'a. ; , SOLID -TiEEL FENCE! HADE or EXPANDED METAL CP! rWUT NTCavl. PLATES, SOMETHING NEW. Pvr Resiofncvs. OHttwoMra. CvMrremEa : farms Garocis-. hntr ArtMrs, Wisaaw smards, Trclllsra, Hr.-rr r:.,vnHIJiH I.ATH, DOOR MiTH, Write icr I:. 4ri.te4 Calalogae: mailed fre CENTRAL EXPANDED METAL CO lit rtllabnrcta, Isu -!.-r .1 r. . l.t-niu Orve name of thia papef Suecsnful Treatment of Disease h SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY! .UK KIIHbs the I sssr ol all Ulnnun. MKHOIIR KII.I.IR Ulllalbe .VI if-rtMa. SuccessfulJreatmeRl cures: Catarrh, Bronchitis. O n r tint? p c i o n p Malaria, Rheum slism. Wil4rftil Tor it- und iiUtmu mi ii.t r. Th ftfficarrof the Mr-roK Killnr in ra.i ot ad-uupti'-n hu so rt -cttuijly dTi)onartrs'r-t 'hat w mjiivtiiiaduieUnuiicf rtecurav.tr powa brymd tb tv- t .iv mr - known. W do -o clin for w wrvnl pmvfW iu rurinc cn ) fax mnost t tiat cur) irni wli)v lot wm 1-wtrrt ti-t it will cart KTvrn . . fKo l-.n-ja, ;iT O RHT fSin h-Jt r"04- P-Tonf4 with potvapnMita. wMk an 4 m.rtritttwd. mill iiud it tt . omt tomo. Ftmitt one pbould iiej- k. pavrt-vcalaiH y th4. wh him amffaafsj f1(r jmmra tnfb mcankb)ebuvaic(4taw mm. Mior-sbsia. or nrtnt, uw ra.nfv-s nf iiiranr 1 im mNli tit tftt will kill thm grm and at tiw hum timo - ir tni isauifwat t: tbe on to mm 'snlr in out KHn mw jtirm. Irl 3.lK. - Tir-i-nt t 1imI aSovrt n awntli. f.Ttp: wrfhin tht le-o rf all. rh-rtienu. f 17 fvw mpmmmw m cnuTTt th nmcm Hcmd fHtvtilar and .nfnrm-itifn. Wm. fiadam's MicrcSe Killer. M3E ?c ririt DOZ.ZAXS for LIFE SCHOLARSHIP xs.x3sLf:s' BUSINESS COLLEGE 170S Cksstaat SL, PhlLada. Poestiewa forUraialealee. Tlase rewaired 2 lot ss aa. KM.ST Jigrsiippest. Bast deans a Ktadr. Oration H aoaw uu$ faptr. EDDY'S POTATO BUG rXTERM.IN'ATOB. Tins is tlie only practKat msrhlnefordusting Plastr, Fans Green, Ac, upon po tato vices tn d-Troy tbe beetle, bend tor Illustrated Circular. ft&naiirl W. Ifmwley. Media, lielaware Co., Pa. Sole A pant fori nitrd Statea ezrept . T. and Mow nK land. If Tour dealer does as kerp then, send tl-A and I will ship one ts "rxpia-offioe. txpei prepaid. ' vn-r by subscribing roTtbe SHTIKL AID Btl tpimcu. H r fee U. aC awasfhjra ft. Selling" at 0 ost. Having dett rmined o retire from businesB, I Dl fetll my are , , at cost Xuw is the time to secure barsraiDs in the k LATEST FALL And WINTER STYLES ! Retirement from Business was determine d npou nfU r I ha l juircLas FALL AND WINTER STOCK I now iuvite my friends and fie public peneiallv to call mid exami, my r-tock at cott prices. It will pay you. The goods tell on their mJ? Meii'p, Boys' aud Children's "nis. , FASHIONABLE CLOTHING and Gent's furnishing goods. First Clastt, combining Style, Quality an Elegance, l'rices that will astonish you. At cost prices! lly ttk of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOESOVEK-ALLS w VTCHkB and JEWELRY, Calico, Percale and Wkite Shirts. N.rkwear, Coll and Cuffs, Trunks and Satchels, is full and complete. Cull and nee d'l"? cost. ' ' Sam'l STRAYER THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER AND FUILMSHEP IN PATTERSON. November Gth, 1889. OILS ! OILS ! OILS I THE STAKDABD OIL COMPANY of Pittsburg Pa., mate -A. SPECIALITY of manufacturing fur tbe Domestic trade th Finest Brand of Uluminat- j ing and Lubricating Oils, Naphtha ! and Gasoline, that can be made from Petroleum. We challenge comparison with fcvery known Product of Petroleum. If you wish the moat VjYIFORMLY SATISFACTORY OILS IJf THE MARKET, ask for ours, trade for Mifflin town and vicinity Supplied by FRANCISCUS HARDWARE & CO. January 2nd,-89-ly. JYcic Firm. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. No more Summer for months to come. h all and inter oo o,, 1.., tw1 I ww x-ic, u.ia iv vuiiiuuu iu change, the Senior member of the firm has just returned from Kastern Markets, where he ee- , , , J Jected With great Care the goods U' , ! , iat his many patrons favor. DROP IN. We hare now filled Our shelves with Fall and WINTER , c , , (jOOUS OI all K111U8. Uur CU8- i i - . , tomers have appreciated Our eflbrts to give them treods to t 6 j believe that we are better pre pared than ever to merit their j contiaence. e invite ou to come and fee and be satisfied, Jn our dress troods denartment we have almoist every thine. J -"1,fe' lJon't be backward, call for what you want. Shoes and Hoots. Our Boot and Shoe De partment is full in its assort ment, and you certainly can be suited in fit, quality and price. Whatever improvements have been added by the manufactures we have them all. Yt can bupply you with foot wear for any in or out door service. Our grocery Department never lags. We have on hand a lull line oi Fresh, Plain aud Fancy GltOCEillES. Also, the only full line ui dUEENS WARE in the county. Every house must have its full supply of Queens and Glassware, this is the store to call on for 8uch ar ticles. All orders by mail will re ceive prompt attention. Kemember the place, Main Street, Opposite Cockt Hot be, 3iilMiiitowii, Pa., Fred'k KSPKXSC!IAII2 af SOIl. FALL a WINTER GOODS. I would inform tba public that I have now in my new millinery store at my place of residence on Water street, Mifflintown, second door from corner of Bridge street, a full stock, of Fall and Winttr millinery coods, all new, and of tbe latest styles, and having employed first claaa milliners I am prepared to supply tbepublie with everything found in firstclass milliner store, come and examine my stock. I consider it no trouble to show goods. MRS. DKIHL. March 22-87.1. v. a160.aVCTT Jrw lorkKt, PENNSYLVANIA. EA1LE0AD. T1ME-TA1JLE On and after Sunday Nor. JOtb ljjfca trains that step at Mill) id will ruo t'llilm,. EASTWARD. HAEKISBlaO A CCOMMODATIitE le,Tes Huntingdon daily at 5 3Ua. m., Moust Co ion at 6.54 a. m., Newton Hamilton i 00 i" m., JlcVeytown 6.20 a. ui..Lnfoao 6 5 a. ro., Hilford 7.02 a. m., MiSia 7,09 Am Port Royal7,14 a. m-, Mexico 7,1 a a' Tuscarora 7,2)s. in.. Vandvke 7.4 . m.' Thompsontown 7.8 . ni., Onraard 7,5 's m., Millerstown 7,41 a m., Newport 7,51 . m., arriving at Harnaburg at C,i(J . and at l'hilade Iphia, 1,25 p. m. ' Sea Ssobe Ezpeess leaves altooat dtilr at 7,16 a. m., and stopping a all rpgultr stations between Altoona and Uarrisburr, reaches Mifflin at lu,l5 a. m., Harrinbar 11.40 p. M., and arrivt-s ia Philadlpn.t al 8.15 p. ra. Mail Tbaih leaves Pittsburg daily at 6,30 a. m., Altoona at 2,00 p. ui., and step ping at all regular ststions arrives at MiKis at 6 CJ p. m., Harrisburg 7.00 p. m., Phili adelphia 10,55 p. ui. Mail Ezprei-s leaves Pittsburg at 1 00 pnv. Altoona 6 2l p m ; Tyrone tj52 p m ; Hoi ngdon 7 37 p m ; Lfwistoa n S 4a f m j a if. flin 9 10 pm; Uarrisburg 1046 pin; Phi's, delphia 4 -5 a m. Dat Express Irsvss I'ltrsburjt t . A. M.; Altoona 11.40 A. U ; uisr tlirred at Mittlin at 2 a P. M ; arrives at Hstk. burg at 3,20 i SI ; at 1'liils.lelpbia. 6 ij r Fbiladelpbia Knpress will stup at Hitflia at 11 87 p. m., baa flagged WESTWARD. Fast Lmi leaves Fhisdflphia dailr at 1 40sra; Harrisburg 3(6 u m : afifflm 6 0C pm; Lewlstowu :5 p m ; ub 8 10Pm: iv,at r.ttst..,rg.t n &5pa. AT, ""K0",ea Philadelphia daily at 4 do a. tn.; Uarrisburg, H 15 a. m. r,unn''. s 54 a. m.; Newport, 9 c i . m.; Millerstown, 9 40s. m.;Thomront4,wn. 9 62 a. m.; Van Dyke, 10 OO a. m.-. Tusear- , ora, 10 04 a. m.; Mexico, 10 07 a. 'ni.: Port ; Koy.i. 10 13.. m.; Mimin, 1020 .. , , w -"J a. iu , narrows, iu ;-(4 ab Bt. i Lewistown, 10 4 a. m.; McVevtown, 11 14 a. m.; Newton Uamiltun, 1 1 39 a. m.; lluo tingdon, 12 17 p. ra.; Tyrone, 1 07' p.m. , Altoona, 1 45 p. m., and stopi at al! rerulir Sltlf.w4 in . v- ... stt'0,'8 lwlwei-'Q Uarrisburg and Altoona.; ! Jtct Expekss leaves Philadelphia 4.i- lj l 5 W p. ni., narrisburg, 10 20 p. B., I stopping at Rockville. Marvsville DuBrsn'.' non, Newport, Millerstow.honpsouT.-,, ' !'ort ko ' tiu)8 " "ifflm, 1 1 65 p. u..; ai- toona, 2 20 a. m.,and Pittsburg, 6 lOs.m. Mail Taam leaves Philadelphia dailr at 7.00 a. tn., Uarrisburg 11.20 a. m., fisw. port, 12 14 p. m., Mifflin 12.62 p. m., stop ping at all regular stations beta ecu M.S.s snd Altoona reaches Altoona at 3 4t p. m., i r"itt"burs 810 p- " altooma AcconaoDTi..ii isti pm da 'j7 at 1 1 40 ': "1"'sba: I 5 dO p. m., Duncannoa ij,04 p. in., N- iort 6-J'2 v- " Miiierstown ;.i: p. m.. Thonipsontown 6-56 p. ra., Vamiyke 7.02 p. tn., Tuscarora 7,07 p. m., Mexico 7.(W p. iu., rort Koyal i,M p. m., Mnhin 7.2 p. m., Lewiatown 7,45 p. in., .Xc Vrviown X, 11 p. m., Newton Hanilton P ii p. ni., Uuntinfrdon 9.0i p. ui., Altouni 10 i') p. m. I'aciUc Express leaven Philadelpliia 11 25 p nj ; Uarrixburg 3 10 a m j llunrannuu 8 88 a tu j Newport 4 00 am; MitKin4Ht m ; Lewistown 5 01 a ra ; McVeytuan 6 11 a. m; Mt. Union 6 4'i a in ; Huntingdon i 12 a ta ; Petoraburr 6 - a m ; f j ruce Creek 6 40 a m; Tyrone 7 IKI a m j Boll's Mill, 7 22 a m ; Altoona 8 05 a ui j Fittsbutg 12 45 p in. Sea bbore Kxprese east, on Snndsrs, will connect with Sunday Mail east loariug Harrisburg at 1 15 p. ra. LKWISTOWN DIVISION. Trains leave Lewistown Junction lor Uil roy at 6 10 a m, 10 05 a ra, 815pm; lot Sunbury at 7,30 a m, 3 00 p tu. Trains arrive at Lowistown Junction from Mil roy at 8 60 a m, 1 26 pm, 4 SO y m ; from Sunbury at 12.05 a. m, 4 00 p. m. TTRONK DIVISION. Trains leave Tyrone Tor Bolleloute and Lock. Haven at 8 10 am, a, 10 7.15 p m Loav Tyrone for Curwensville anl Clear field a'8 20 a m, 3 16 p m, 7 25 p m. Trains leave Tyrone for Warriors Mark, Pennsylvania Furnace and Scotia at 7,50a m and 3,20 p m. Trains arrive at Tyrone from Bellsfonts and Lock Haven at 1 1 63 a m, and ti 4(1 p m. Trains arrive at Tyrone from Cnrweos ville and Cloarfield at 6 60 sa, snd 11 4 s m, 6 17pm. J.' Trains arrive at Tyrone ff m Scoiii, War riors Mark and Peonsylvdi.a Furnace at 11,40 a m, at 7,20 p m. n. k. B. T. E. R. . BEDFORD DIVISION. Trains leave Huntingdon tr Bodf"rl. Hyndman and Cumberland at - ' " ana o 43 p. m. 1 rains arrive at Hunt::! 1" io'O-i uynduian aud ClsTj-tisuj p. m., e 20 p. m. IIOLLIDATSBUKG BKANCH. . Tr,jns ,MT. A,(,oni (ur jn S.."'h. at 7 20 a m. 8 25 a m. 12 VI p m. 1 0 P m 6 00 p m., 8 00 p m 9 50 p i Trains arrive at iltoona from P"'1' South, st 6 45 a m. U .15 a ni. I j P 65 p in. 6 40 p. m. 7 0l p m. and 1 V m. Trains le.ve Btllwod tor r""X.u- taan v a I 8 00a , n.. "A '.-:f, ' rive at B-llwud tr.m l'unxuuney,i Ar ret M, -0 a iu., and 6,10 p i Tha At Hi:trm otce ith place to got job 4ork done. TiyH. pay you if yoBfLed wytVwf thaU'.tie 11 jaJa-rTr 'ar - - '