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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
MIFFLINTOWN. PA. "WEDNESDAY, NOV. SO, 1898 The Spaniards came with Colum bus to America, and the Spaniards hare taken the coffin of Columbus from Cuba to Spain. - SHEEP BOOMS '1 ERMS. Subscription $1.00 per year if paid -ii advance; i?1.50 if not paid in ad vance. Transient advertimng andIocal notices 8 cents a line. Deductions will be made to thowe de firing to advertise by the year, half or liiarter year. TOTED IS H0.10LVLA. The prondest boast of a Boman of 2000 years ago, was, "I am a Roman citizen." To be a Roman citizen insured a man's life and property from violence in all parts of the world. For Borne protected her citizens in life and property, no matter where they might go hen the rights of a citizen of Home was trodden npon, it was always redressed. Sometimes re dress was slow about coming, but it always cane if the individual asked redressed. It was no mat ter ii u was a uozen or only one man's right that needed redressing the whole mighty power of the government of Rome was at his command. The United States is the new Rome. Her mission is to absorb all other governments and people ami weld them into one grand and mighty government. Instead of a government of consuls and pro-consuls we shall have the general government of states over a multiplicity of states, and a citi zens rights to the enjoyment of life and property shall be safe any where in the world, and the whole power of the nation shall le used in the maiutaneiice of the rights of its citizens, or the rights of a single citizen. We had an exemplifica tion of that general trend of the United States to extend all rights to its citizens wherever they are. manifested here at Mifllintown last week, when the county election re turn judges were convened to count the vote of one citizen that was cast on the day of the November election, at Honolula, in the Pacific ocean, for the Democratic state ticket. On the d;iv of the State lo tion on Novemlier 8, 189S. American citizens in the volunteer service of the United States against Spain cast their voles for State officers, just the same as if at home. Oa that day an election was held on the transport ship Arizona in the harlior of Honolula. The Arizona was on its way to the Philippine Islands with Company RAISINS AGAIN. "Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 12. The countenances of many farmers in Western New York are beaming with smiles on account of return ing prosperity in one of the most remunerative and fascinating branches of their calling. The counties of Genesee, Or leans, Monroe, Livingston, Ontario and "Wayne, consisting largely of; downs they have been able to ob tain lambs that as yearlings are nearly as large as the class of sheep they formerly used were at two and three years of age in addition to producing a very superior qual ity of mutton. To fill the shortage they still depend npon the Buffalo market. The demand for both prime feeding lambs and breeding ewes is far in excess of the supply, and prices in the past two years have more than doubled, in many cases trebled. As other farm products are also bringing higher prices once more, the farms of the uene- if.::-l the 10th Pennsvlvania Vol unteers, James Mc. Cramer, of Patterson, this county, is a mem ber of Company E., and he cast his vote at the election above men 1 iuued on the Arizona at Honolula, a;id it was promptly certified to the State authority at Harrisburg, ami from there certified to the proper authority at Mifllintown, the county seat of Juniata county, Pa. Judge Lyons and associate judges Sterrett and. Swartz, with their clerks, were summoned with all the circumstance and authority as if the returns of the whole county Mere awaiting to be count -They met on Friday, Novem ber , ijm, io count tne return of the vote cast at Honolula, on the 8th day of November, 1808. Tlie return contaiued only one vote thnt of James Mc. Cramer, above iiii-Liioued. The vote was east for JV-uks and the whole democratic State ticket. It was just seven teen days from the day it was cast, at an election held on the transport Arizona, in the harbor of Houd lula, in the middle of the Pacific K-eau on the other side of the globe till it was counted and recorded in the Court House iu Mifllintown, Pennsylvania. Honolula now be longs to the United States. Oneyear ago it did not. The past year has "Ix-cn a history making year for the United States and her people. Wherever our Hag goes there are carried the rights of the American citizen, and wherever the Ameri can citizen goes there are his rights assured to him, aud his proudest boast is, 4,I am an American citizen." uu i"io""e if;cijr v' spp Vallev 9N f ist nxminincr tr.ir the lands of the far-famed Genesee , aIIey are fast, &iing their Valley and the smaller valleys of IW7 a!" auu im the tributaries of the Genesee ! x!fent that a new era of pros River, contain not only the choicest ! J?"1 d ?PP Jfore ' ' t Tnom I hav ainnara v truer that present Tariff law. or one equally just to them, may be al lowed to continue for years to come." e. : . l ,.r . i. l ti luclu' l. r :.... 1 1 1116 uut uoiiipiinc uuc ui iuc iiuucniduu most productive agricultural dis tricts of the whole country. The farms of this district are generally quite large, ranging from 100 to several hundred acres each, and are in most cases either occupied by the owners themselves or under! 1 1. . 1 : - i. l 7 . 7 . Vu I in Perry county swapping stories a.7ja v l",i""-'as ,nay be learned from the Bloom pneiors io iioi. outy realize a nuerai ; fipl(1 Tim nf th- ,8th of vovm. LARGE PUMPKINS THEM. FOOLED Judge Swartz and County Com missioner Rhinesmith were over PERSONALLY -CONDUCTED T0UR8 riA PENH8YL YAHIA. RAILROAD. , Season or 1898-9. The Pers malty Conducted Tourist Systf m of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company is the final evolution of abBolnte perfection in railway travel, ! tbe summit of the excellence of mod ern luxurious railway facility 8. i Fur tbe seas m cf '98 and '99 it baa urianped for tbe fo'lowiog tours : CALIFORNIA. Tour will leave New York, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Pittsburg. February 9. Nine teen days will be spent in Califoron. The party will travel over tbe entire route by the "Golden Gate Special," the finest train that crosses the ccn tinent FLORIDA. Four tours to Jack ponville will leave New York and Philadelphia January 24, February 7 and 21, and March 7. Tbe first tbree of these admit of a sojourn of two weeks in tie "Flowery State." Tickets for the fourth tour will be goo t to return by regu'ar trains un til May 31, 1899. T'.ckf-ts for the abova tours will l.e sold from all principal points on tbe Pcucpylvatiia Railroad. For detail ed itimiaru-s, giving rates and full information, address Taos. E Watt, PuspeDgt-r Agent Western District, LEGJL. income from their broad acres,-but (be whk.h judge Swartz to bo rotate tlipir erniw as rn pt. ... haust the soil as little as Tossible iana arlm , ' ompne uy plttsbnrg ; B. Conda nder, Jr., Pus. naust the soil as little as possible, th ir wiTes f Juuiata county, 8eccr A' , Baltimore DiLrict and to keep sufficient live stock to, -afl ' at ar. t wwi 5f?.?? AR Ilmre liis.ricr consume all the coarse products on " - I - - Piiortotheoneninfr fif theiinthe afternon they took their jngton ; or Geo. W.Boyd, AssisUct V wLn ,"Sn ? l,Jh!i departure for Juniata county, the Q.ral Passenger Agent, Pnilulel prna. great oi now to uo mis aa whprft m5ik anA honftv flOW8 problem easily solved Wheat , But Jad reSwartz wecan beat and cattle both brought highly re-! them Klfsi plunpktn3 over here munerative prices, and there was in p ,mt Qf cour8e he always a ready market for them. !said he w nQueJ thi8 faU but In puo.tmn t att iii-iul ovtottL'i i-n ' , tue way he r0t to know it was it'll 4 1 1 1 nnKir i' ivnr pnrn ami . , . - , .... ., ha n-ng a miiili(l:iti tor nsso extensive corn and oats. The wheat and oats were marketed and the corn and REUNION OF EX-COU.VTY OFFICIALS. ....A ....i lau imunoKuwu nucic cij general re-union oi an ex-couuiy w est came ioi w am ,,,i.;o o i.. . A. i.. i i . ii,, .,,i iuiSc jiiuiiiua 6tc, ivic jtirai uiuciais io ue neiu at sucn lime as iicr, ana pi ices i. -,.. rr i. i , . . . f 4i,o ,,r M1" "c oan. iic iciii.il iv-, may ue nxeii ai sucu meeting, ami it the farmers of this t. H; rrj.wi Tfh;Q,itj, '....'.i i.: as may -je inary arrangements, deemed advisable. Ex-County Officials. Notice is hereby given that a 9 . meeting of ex-officials, of Juniata -! count v. M ill assemble in the Or- r.i'itA iitrliw ami 1r T?hinemitti ' nl-.nnu) .-...m4- T.. f ...... ..i .. . . . . i - . ---"... i uiidim i mil L iluiiiii ill n.iiii 11111111 v. lOVer ma n SMi ..1 i.l.i fv .-..-ii.n .r n.... i l r ' rtt . L il nil. 1 f fed to cattle, the farmers in each ....""7 uuiowu un lueoiu uay oi case realizing a handsome Str , 18-.8, at 2 o'clock p. m , ti... i-: tu tical camass oer the county they . for the purpose of arranging for a West and South with their great fell so low th u 4 i . 1 and said. "These are the. finest the Eastern markets. ! aml , t pnmpkius j ever ;,tt,e.n.11louS- l,nS Profitable mj.t thes are Democratic in the middle seventies they turn- ;L,.5a fj thav UM an . ed their attention to sheen, and f.: ' had soon built up an industry of. ?' i., , ,.r i if -i a c AJ. I AVUVJ rr Al V. V HIV. WllVi i'lli ,U,.C11.'. 1 V1 . "unu"8 Rhinesmith: but thev went on to Sheakkh-Flemino.-Oii the 9th scienuncaiiy and tnus pr.u ucing other hQWj u yoteg The inst., at Waterl.K, Juniata cnuuity, Pa., i superior quamy lor 1:lsM,onse tl,Pv stonl at in thA 'Si "T rf. a'"ut:' 1 L - ouearer anu .iiuuia r leiuuig. pumpkin district the man was not RvKiv-UoonT.ixo.-On th 94th at home, but the lady of the house inst., in Suwiuehannn township, Juni Avas. The candidates inti-odnced i coiinty, l'a.. at Oriental I. O. by themselves and made their business J.;evi- A I?f-J. I-.,V'e,r"e K-IJeed a,,tl , , ii ii iii rannie Alice Ooodling. known, and request el the lady tot .,. ,,. . l-'n -r i. i i ii .l Coi.yer Earnest. On the 3rd kindly inform her husband to vote !llst at Port ,ovaI bv Rev j, B lor them and would be very grate-1 Hrenueman, Milton 1). Colver, and fill for his support. The lady j Mary K. Earnest. i;. i l ii l ii. ! iuru asKeu mem wiierc inev were MARRIED: Tub Spanish American war is over. It seems to lie the destiny of the American people to take 1 1. e great islands that belonged to Sain. They were a source of ex pense to Spain, and about the only ji'ood she derived from them, they v- ere good places for the governing party to send office seekers to. .pain In the war has gotten out of a hole, and the 1 nited States by the war has gone into the hole. Such is fate. The misfortune for i he American people is that Spain mutton of a superior quality for the Eastern markets aud the Eng-' lis export trade. It was soon learned that to obtain success iu this line two things were absolute ly essential the sheep must have warm quarters and must be foil with regularity. Under their great grain barus they built warm, commodious basements. To these from springs they pipe pure wat er, which they distributed in troughs where the animals might quench their thirst at will. Hav ing thus prepared places, thev looked about for the class of sheep best snited for the purpose, and found them in the States of Michi gan and Ohio. Under a wise Tar iff law which protected the wool industry, the farmers of these States had fonnd it profitable to Keep large stocks time each yar men made a busi ness of selecting from these flocks two and three year old wethers, the class of sheep lest suited for tbe purpose, and shipping them to Buffalo during the early fall mouths, where they were eagerly sought after by the western New lork frruiers. Buffalo became the greatest sheep and lamb market in the country, and each winter would hud thousands of these animals in flocks varying from one to several carloads each scattered over the large farms of this section. Tbe from, from - The answer was, "We are ! " ii!iniiiir tlio ul i ft tf i .... .... .. v , . DIED. SlMVPHR. On thfi ??lith illKt nf fhf wtaicn 1 Have forgotten the name. home of Mrs. McC'achren, near Port "But," said the lady, ''that is in' Royal. Mra. Elizabeth Simmers, of Juniata county, is it not!" "Certainly," Faid the candi dates, "that's where we are from." "Well but now you are in Perry county." "Oh, no. Is it pos sible !" exclaimed the candidates. "Madam, thVse large piimpkins are what fooled us." 'ell," I heart failure, aired 53 vears. I liter- : ruent in Church Hill cemetery, on the 2Sln inst. b uueral attendance by uueral uirectur ituuie. Philadelphia Markets, . November 29, 1898. Wheat 72c. ; L34c; cornSfic; i n'LL o h , i. 8141(1 Mr- Khinesiaith to the judge, ! pound. Lard 5 to 7 cts. a pound ; "we have only lost a half day Cured ham 7 to 8 cts. a pound; electioneering in Perry county,, so Breakfast bacon Sto 10 cts. a pound; let us take the back track and get ' hay G.OO to $12.00 a ton ; tangled into our own county. Thank you wheat and oats straw at $5.50 a for the information, madam. 'ton; butter 22 to 2Sc ; eggs 22c; Good-bye." i beef cattle 3i to 5Jc ; potatoes 30 to cause and ce nn of sit u ifftl0?-8 UEADACUG. sheep 21 to 4 cts; lambs 54.6o to .. ; thin cows to XTZ ; milch cows 18 to ?!0 ; hogs 5 cts. to 0 cts ; live chickens 8 to 0c ; Su gars 51 cts., spring chickens 2 and 4 pound 7 to 8c a pound. 'Tal low 4c a pound in cakes ; Bweet po- u " ,u,c -, tatoes 10 t 20c a basket; onions 45 i absorbs the gas aud the hcad-jto 4S. a basket eoal'oil s,c a barrel; peaches oO to 91 A writer on headaches, such as "sick headaches," says they are caused by gas that distend the stomach and press against the nerves that extend from the stom-1 ach to the head. Charcoal if cat-1 en duration of the feeding period ai'licmiMiiiv usually Itegiiiniug in Octoler or o- November varied from two to five! A DRAVE BOY. months. The animals were fed Philadelphia Times. Nov. 25. twice a day in the morning shell-! A bold attempt at horse stealing at ed corn and coarse fodder like corn-! Augusta, a few miles from stalks and coarse hay ; about the Milford, Pile county, was middle of the afternoon corn again frustrated last night bv the ami line cer nay. uy tnis sys- bravery of tern ot teeding the animals reach- er. Alnnit spitMiuMi couuiuou in a re- noises in th Iiarn anI ran -...t niai uatuy snort tune. As soon as time to see two men leading tney nau become what is called his father's horse ou to ..w a bushel, for bushel bas1 et (!0c to $ 1.25, for 20 pound basket 50 to 85c.; Bartlett pears H to $5.00 a barrel; coffee, Bio CJ o lOJc, Santos 7 to 11c, Java 20 to 30c, Mocha 17 to 21c, Costa Kica 10 to t mgui uy ice-19 Nicaragua 10 to 11c ; caudles 7 1 -year-old Alva peck-1 a und Feather 3i to 35c t midnight he heanl Jlor dnc. and 29 to 32c fop 111 in j white fish half barrel 3.00 to $3. away i r.o . v...a 't io .,.,..,.5 . m se. He !r:innlel 7 . . , . . prime they were shippeil to New , with the thieves, who clubbed 'the 'VV1'" ,0. lorkto tie sold either lor home W into inKensihilitv n.i infl;,.t,i lm ' . ""fi ouc ; wool, i-ennsyivania L's to 3Uc consumption or the Enlish export; probably fatal wounds. His iraae, aim always orougni tne top screams, however, fritrhtenerf awav prices of the market. The profits . the men. who left the horse lehind. were large, as the farmers at mar- Upon recovering consciousness keting would receive an advance Decker furnished an minii. ,ie. oi irom io ?. a nead a hove the scription of his price paiu in me ian, irom ;iu to 0 per cent, of which was clean profit. Those engaged in the in dustry became prosperous, and many made fortunes. assailants. officers are close on their trail. and THE BEST AD CHEAPEST The New York Independent, the leading weekly newspaper of the Then came the depressing times! word, and one whose pages exer- of Cleveland isni, and the Wilson bill with its free-wool schedule and other evil effects. The wool grow ers of Michigan aud Ohio, in com mon with those of other States, could no longer afford to keep their flocks and threw them indis criminately on the market. Prices went all to pieces. The western New York farmers could no longer obtain their yearly supply for feeding purposes, aud eveu had they lieen able to, prices had ' nent reached the point there would have ' $4.00 been no profit. The industry was ruined. The prices of all their products had fallen to such a low point that there was little profit in anything they produced. Their farms had depreciated one-half in value, and the men that a few years before had been po prosper ous were driven to despair, when the present Administration and the Dingley law came to their aid. And now onee more their places was not made nav the ' I.nited Slates for coinir into the hole that have the appearance of prosperity. " . ii pain came out of. anu arge noes oi sneep ana lambs may oe seen scattered over them. They have not as yet been able to obtain sheep of the same class and age as formerly, for there are none in the country, but instead have substituted lambs which fill the re- Ji ixje J. Gokdon, of Philadel ilt lphia, has resigned, with eight years of his term unserved. He studied law and polities under Lewis C. Cassidy. He gives as his reason for resigning that the salary j quirements in nearly all respects that he gets is not sufficient to keep j equally as well. Many have turn himself and family and permit , ed their attention to keeping breed liim to provide for the future of ing ewes and are raising part of his family. Philadelphians indi- the lambs required themselves, cate other reasons for his resigna- By ciossing the grades with pure Hons. Shropshires, Cottswolds or South - cise the widest infftience, is enter ing upon its fiftieth year of publi cation. The Independent empha sizes its fiftieth year by changing its form to that of a magazine, and by reducing its annual subscrip tion price from $3.00 to $2.00 ; single copies from 10 to 5 cents. The Independent in its new form will print 3,640 pages of reading matter per year at a cost to sub scribers of $2.00, while the promi- magazines, which sell for a year, print only about 2,000 pages. The subscriber to The Independent gets 82 per cent, more of equally good reading mat ter at one-half the cost ! It is not only the leading family weekly newspaper but by far the cheapest and best. A free specimen copy may be had by addressing The In dependent, 130 Fulton Street, New xorir. LINGERING COUGHS. Iiintreriog Coughs that "haDg on" and may end iD Consumption are "broken np" by 77," Dr. Humph rey 8 Specific for Colds and Grip ; 25c. all druggists. Cures all kjonev, Sioma.ch ' fHH LIVER TROUBLES. THE ONLY True Blood Purifier prominently in the public eye to day is Hood's Sarnaparilla. Therefore get Hood's and ONLY HOOD'S. a pound. v. ir r"L!ow t 'ih MIFFLINTOWN. NOV T teat 9 Re Clov.-r-e . .... .. Battt-r Kggn Ilaru.... Stioader. L.d , Side. . Timutbv Roeil...... F : ed Fran Chop Kildlir.g.... ... Ground n Salt.. AuiLTirauSi t.... 30, 1S0S. 5 35 25 i'i .. $2 to $2 60 16 U9 :2 12 8 7 H.40 60 70 ..85c to 90.: 90 76 60c SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE 1 Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an Inrention ts probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confldentiaL Handbook on Patanta aent free. Oldest aaency f or securing patents. Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive wpceuu aotics. witnout ensrge. in me mm W KFvwww.V r.ouit E. Atho. r. m. m. . ATaiMSoa a pbsseil, - ATTORNEYS- AT - LA W, ; MlFrLlNTOWN, PA. Orfia.-On Mni itreet, U plc of 'resi dence of Loai. K. AtkiniOB, 1, Bridge Btreet. - fOct2o,1892 r-C.UectliigidCoTeyiicin prompi ly attesdod to. WILDER FORCE ICHWBTEB, , 'Attorney-at-Law. 10-Collectionsandall legal busi ness promptly attenped to. OFF1CB IN COURT HOUSE. .D.M.CAWFOBI,I. AmWW MXWOR J-K. D. K. CRAWFORD fc SON, have formed s prtnerhip for the practice or Medicine and their collateral DMncbM. OfHce at old atund, corner of Third and Or anga treet, Mifflmtown, Ha. One or both ot them will be fonnd at Ibeir office at all timea, notes otherwise proiession-.l!y engaged. April las, low. PRACTICAL. DENTIST. H -adnate of the Philadelphia Dental :iol. ce. Office at old establisbod lo nation. Bridge Street. oDDOsite Court j n a a Honse, .Vifflintown, Pa. iTJ" Crown and Bridge work; Painless Extraction. All work guaranteed. JOURT PROCLAMATION. Whereas, the Hon. JEREHAH LYONS, Prwident Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, for the Forty-Finst Judicial District, compotiedof the coun ties of Juniata ana ferry, nainenuu- orables VM. SWARTZ and NV. . STERRETT, Associate Judges or tne murt of (Amnion Pleas of Juniata county, by precept duly lueued and to me directed lor Doming a vonn m unri Tormlnor and lieneral Jail Deliv ery, ana uenerai uaner csemiiouu i tbe reace at Mimiuiown, on me FIRST MONDAY Or UKCU-iiik, 1898. BEING THE FIFTH DAY OF THE MONTH. Notice is hkreby given, to tne Coroner, Justices of the Peace and Con stables of the County of Juniata, that thov !e then and there iu their proper persons, at 10 o'clock bi the forenoon of tsaid day, with their records, inquisl tious. examinations and Oyer reinem berances, to do those things thai to do those things that to their offices re spectfully appertain, and those that are bound by recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or may lie in the Jail of said county, be then and there to prosecute against them as shall be just. Rv an Act of Assembly passed the 6th day of May, 1954, it made duty of Justices of tne reace oi me several counties of this Commonwealth, to re turn to the Clerk of the Court of yuar ter Sessions of the respective counties, all the recognizances entered into be fore them by any person or persons charged with the Commission of any crime, except such cases as may be ended liefore a Justice of the Peace, un der existing laws, at least ten days be fore the commencement of the session of the Court to which they are made returnable respectively, and in all cases where recognizances are entered Into less than ten davs before the com mencement of the session to which they are made returnable, the said Justices are to return the same in the same manner as if said Act had not been nassed. Dated at Mifflintowu, the 10th day of August in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety- eight. B. Clayton Stoner, Sheiiff. Sheriff's Office, Mifllintown, P., November 3, 1898. NOTICE JuniiitaCounty Pa., Aug. 10, 1898. Notice is hereby given that an appli cation will be made to the General As sembly at the Session of 1899. to pass a Hill giving authority to the Pennsyl vania Canal Company to abandon the public use or that portion or us canal situate on the Juuiata Division, from the first lock east of Newton Hamilton, including the river dam adjacent there to, in Mifllin County, to the Juniata Junction at Duncan's Island in Dauph in Countv, to be entitled "An Act to authorize the Pennsylvania Canal Com pany to abandon the public use of that portion of its canal situate on the Juni ata Division, from the first lock east of rsewton Hamilton, including the river dam adjacent thereto, in Milllm County, to the Juniata Junction, at Duncan's Island. in Dauphin County." Signed: J- M. Nelson, Frederick Espenschade, J. P. Wirkersham, W. H. Manbeck, J. C. tiilson. II. S. Scholl, H. C. Mo- Clellan. Oden C. Gortner, Geo. V Heck, W. S- Arbogast, Daniel Panne- baker, Kurt. Kautl'man, Penna. Canal Company, J. P. Calhoun, Adalene N. Lukens, Luke Davis. H. 11. Kloss. John Ii. North, C. McClellan, Wm. 1 55 a. ni. Tyrone 1 32 a. m Bell, M. P. Crawford, Harry K. Bon- a. m. Pittsburg 5 30 a. m. sail, Ferd. Meyers, Jas. H. Simons, W. I Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 11. Zeiders, William Varnes, Wilber-1 25 p. m. Harrisburg 3 50 p. in. Duncan . nuu i l'j p. iu. ..vn poll, t Oi i. III. .fiii- nin & 07 p. m. juewistown o zi p. m. I Mount Union 6 08 p. m. Huntingdon t. zi p. m. Tyrone 7 o p. m. Aitoona 7 to p.m. Pit iiiii! i bo . .- EASTWARD. Aitoona Accommodation leaves Ai toona at 5 00 a. m. Tyrone 5 24 a. in. Petersburg 5 45 a. m. Huntingdon 5 55 a. m. Newton Hamilton 6 21 a. m. Mc Vevtown 6 37 a. rn. Lewistown 6 58 a. m.'Mifflin 7 18 a. m. Port Royal 7 22 a. m. Thompsontown 7 37 a. m. Millers town 7 40 a. m. Newport 7 55 a. m. Duncanuon 8 20 a. m. Harrisburg 8 50 a. m, Sea Shore leaves Pittsburg at 2 50 a. m. Aitoona 7 15 a. m. Tyrone 7 48 a. m. Huntingdon 8 30 a. m. McVeytown 9 15 a. m. Lewistown 9 35 a. m. Miifliu 9 5 a. m. Port Royals 59 a. m. Thompson town 10 14 a. m. Millerstowu 10 22 a. m. Newport 11 32 a. ni. Duncannoii 10 54 a. m. Marysville 11 07 a. m. Harris burg 11 25 a. ni. Philadelphia 3 00 p. m. Jlain Ijine Express leaves Pittsburg at 8 00 a. m. Aitoona 1 1 40 a. m. Tyrone 12 03 p. m. Huntingdon 12 35 p. m. Lewistown 1 33 p. m. Mifllin 1 50 p. m. Harrisburg 3 10 p. m. Baltimore 6 00 p. m. Washington 7 15 p. m. Philadelphia 6 23 p. m. Mail leaves Aitoona at 2 05 p. m. Ty rone 235 p. m. Huntingdon 3 17 p. m. Isewton Hamilton 3 47 p. m. McVey town 4 20 p. m. Lewistown 4 33 p. m. Mifllin 4 55 p. ni. Port Royal 5 00 p. m. Mexico 5 20 p. m. Thompsontown 5 18 p m. Millerstowu 5 28 p. m. Newport 5 39 p m. Duncanuon 6 08 p. m. Har risburg 6 45 p m. Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 12 45 p. m. Aitoona 5 50 p. m. Tyrone 6 20 p. m. Huntingdon 7 00 p m. cey town 7 44 p m. LewiHtown 8 06 p. ni. Mifflin 8 26 p. ni. Port Royal 8 31 p. m. Millerstowu 8 57 p. m. Newport 9 05 p. m Duncauuou 9 29 p. m. Harrisburg 10 00 p m. Philadelphia Express leaves Pitts burg at 4 30 p. m. Aitoona 9 05 p. m. Tyrone 9 33 p. m. Huntingdon 10 12 p. m. Mount Union 10 32 p. m. Lewis town 11 16 p. m. Afifflin 11 37 p.m. Har risburg 1 00 a. m. Philadelphia 4 30. At Ijewistown Junction. For Sun bury 7 30 a. m. and 3 05 p. m. week days. For Afilroy 6 40, 10 20 a. m. and 8 00 p. m. week-days. At Tyrone. For Clearfield and Cur wensville 8 20 a. m. 3 20 and 7 20 p. m. week-days. For liellefonte and Lock Haven 8 10 a. m. 12 30 aud 7 15 p. m. week-days. For further information applv to Ticket Agents, or Thomas E. Watt, Passenger Agent, Western Division. Corner Fifth Avenue aud Smithtield Street, Pittsburg. J. B. HUTCH INSON, J. R. WOOD, General Man'g'r. General Pass'r. Agt. PENNSYLVANIA RAILR0AD- Sehedule in Effect November 20, 1898. WESTWARD. Way Passenger, leaves Philadelphia at 4 30 a. m; Harrisburg 8 00 a. m; Duncannoii 8 35 a. m: New Port 9 05 a. ni; Millerstown 9 15 a. m; Durword 9 21 a. m; Thompsontown 9 26 a. m; Van Dyke 9 S3 a. m; Tuscarora 9 36 a. m; Mexico 9 40 a. m; Port Royal 9 44 a. m; Mifllin 9 50 a. m; Den holm 9 55 a. m; Lewistown 10 13 a. m; McVeytown 10 38 a. m; JNewton Hamilton ii oo a. m: Mount Union 11 06 a. m; Hunting don 11 32 p. m; Tyrone 12 20 p. m; Ai toona l oo p. m; i'lttsourg awp.m. Mail leaves Philadelphia at 7 00 a. m; Harrisburg at 11 43 a. m: JUimin l 11 p. m; Lewistown 1 30 p. m; Hunting don 2 29 p. m; lyrone 8 12 p. m; At toona 3 45 p. m; Pittsburg 8 40 p. m. Aitoona Accommodation leaves Har risburg at 5 00 p. m; Duncannoii 5 34 p. m; Newport 6 02 p. m; Millerstown 6 11 p. m; Thompsontown 6 21 p. m; Tuscarora 6 30 p. m; Mexico 6 33 p. m; Port Royal 6 38 p. m: Mifflin 6 43 p. m; Den holm 6 49 p. m; Ijewistown 7 07 p. ni; McVeytown 7 30 p. m; Newton Hamilton 7 50 p. ni; Huntingdon 8 20 p. m: Tyrone 9 02 p. m; Aitoona 9 85 P. m. Pacific Express leaves Philadelphia at 11 20 p. m ; Harrisburg at 3 00 a. ni. Marysville 3 14 a. m. Duncannoii 3 29 a. m. Newport 3 52 a m. Port Roval 4 25 a. ni. Mifflin 4.30 a. m. Lewistown 4 52 am. Newton Hamilton 5 33 a. m Huntingdon 6 03 a. m. Petersburg 6 19 a. ni. Tyrone 6 52 a. m. Aitoona 7 40 a, m. Pittsburg 12 10 a. m. Oyster Express leaves Philadelphia at 4 So p, in. Harrisburg at 10 20 p. m. Newport 11 06 p. m. Mifflin 11 40 p. m Lewistown 11 58 p. m.; Huntingdon 12 Aitoona 2 00 force Schweyer. Atkinsox & Pexxeix, Solicitors, NOTICE. Treasury Department. Office of Comptroller of the Currency, WASHINGTON'. V. V., UCt. 19, 18US. Wheheas, By satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that THE JUNIATA VALLEY NA TIONAL BANK OF MIFFLINTOWN, in the borough of Mifflintowu, in the county of Juuiata, and State of Penn sylvania, has complied with all the provisions of the statutes of the Lnited States, required to be complied with before an association shall be author ized to commence the business of banking; Now. therefore, I. Lawrence O. Mur ray, Deputy and Acting Controller of the Currency, do hereby certify that "The Juniata Valley National Bank of Mifllintown" in the borough of Mif- flintown, in the county of Juniata. and State of Pennsylvania, is author ized to commence the business of Bank ing, as provided iu Section Fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States. In testimony whereof, witness mv hand and seal of office this nineteenth day of Octoler. 1898. LAWRENCE O. MURRAY, Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency. 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Q"v w"l se yu following : I 1 Ol Jp.2.2.00 solid oak bed, nicely carved, 1 solid oak bureau, plate glass, 1 solid oak wasbstand, splasher back, 2 chairs, 1 rocker, 1 clothes tree, 1 double woven wire soring, 1 soft top mattress, 1 set all foather pillow aid bolster. Ia all 13 pieces complete worth $2900. First class, large diniDg room chairs for 35 cts. Solid oak exten sion tables, 6 feet long, turned leg aad well finished for $4. Solid oak Sideboards, polish finish, French beveled mirror, for !6. Fine couches, upholstered in velvet and corduroy, spring head and body, fine fringe, for $5.87. Solid oak chiffonier, polish finish, brass trim mingp, five drawers, carved back, prica $4 62. Goods delivered FREE with in the County. Ferd. Meyers, Mifflintowu, Pa. Tnscarora Valley Bailroad. SCHEDULE Ul EFFECT MONDAY, JUSTE. 20, 1898. EASTWARD. STATIONS. DAILY, EXCEPT SCMDAY. DR.DAYID By Its Record of remarkable cures Houd's Sarsaparilla has become the one true blood purifier prominently is the public eye. Get only Hood's. Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic aud l'ver medicine. 25c. IS ft. 3 S&SJ&KOI BEST JTt THE TVOKLD. TV the KUd tow hmU tarOET THE tlSK. T- rfi-Trrnnlitl-frnrnTTTiimrrawrl. irtmllf fffitlMttn? two boxen of arty other brand. run M.M.E rr DEALERS QKrvERAIXT. lyf Garfield revolts i Blair's Mills Lv. Waterloo Leonard's Grove Rops Farm Perulack.. East Waterford Heckman. ............... Honey Grove Fort Bigham Wsrble Pleasant View Seven Pines Spruce Hill Graham's Stewart Freedom Turbett OldPtrt Port Royal Ar. No.l M. 25 31 37 45 52 8 05 8 17 8 22 8 30 8 39 8 44 8 52 8 55 9 03 C6 09 12 18 25 No.3 H. 45 51 57 05 12 25 2 37 2 42 2 50 59 04 3 12 3 15 23 26 3 29 32 38 45 Trains Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Port Royal with Way Passenger and Seashore Express on P. R. R., and Nos. 3 and 4 with Miil east WESTWARD. STATIONS. DAttY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. Port Koyal Old Port Turbett Freedom Stewart Graham's Spruce Hill Seven Pines Pleasant View Warble Fort Bigham Honey Grove Heckman East Waterford Perulack Koss Farm Leonard's Grove... Waterloo Blair's Mills Ar. 1 No.2 No.4 CO A. M P. M. 0.0 10 20 5 65 1.310 27 5 12 2.8 10 33 5 18 3.7 10 3fij5 21 4.4 10 39 5 24 5.f10 42 5 27 6.3 10 50 5 35 7.2 10 53 5 38 9.011 015 46 10.011 06 5 51 12.0 11 15 6 00 14.0 11 23 6 08 15.1 11 28 6 13 17.5 11 40 6 25 20.5 11 53 6 38 22.0 12 00 6 45 24.0 12 08 6 53 25.512 14 6 59 27.0 12 20 7 05 .I1" ,tn"-N-2 and 8 connect at Blair's Mills with Concord, DoyleMrarg Dry Ran. NosBTille, N eel j ton, Shade Gap, Shade uey ana uosborn Station Stage Lines. J. Q MOORHEAD, Superintendent. T. S. MOORHEAD, PnudmU. RAILROAD TIME TABLE, J3ERRY COFNTT RAILROAD. The following schednle went Into effect Not. 16, 1896, and the trafns will be ran as f olj m . . - . . p. m 4 80 4 86 4 89 341 4 45 4 45 4 61 4 64 4 56 4 69 a. ra 900 9 06 9 f9 9 11 9 14 9 16 9 19 9 22 9 24 9 2 5 10 10 43 6 16 9 49 5 21 9 64 6 24 9 57 6 27 10 05 6 32 10 17 6 84 10 17 6 87 10 80 6 02 10 35 Lee Arrive a. n Duncannon 7 54 "King's Mill 7 49 Sulphur Springs 7 46 'Cortnan Sid in? 7 41 inumeofMio rark 7 41 weaver "Roddy "Hoffman "Royer "Uahanoy Bloomneld "Tressler "Nellson "Dnm's EHiorsbonr "Btrnbeinl's "Groen Prk Jlontoar Jnnc Arrive Leave p. m a. m Train lua.u Ot u . . oiuuinoeia at 6 63 . usniiisonrg at 6.28 '"u '' x.inatsuarg at 6.08 r arrives at BloomQeld at 6.40 p. m .t ttSr "U?fed l' fl "tions, p. a 228 228 2 20 3 18 2 15 2 18 208 26 8 08 200 1 41 1 86 181 1 28 I 25 1 20 1 18 1 i 6 28 '2 60 m p q m., a. m. m., and m. 7 40 7 86 7 83 7 81 7 28 7 23 7 09 7 04 7 01 6 68 6 61 6 48 S3 Chas. H. SwutT, Presided. S. B. Bok, Snpt. WEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL j u'upDy. rimo tab I ft STATIONS. Newr-'tt Baffalo Bridge.!"! Juniata Furnace whet ; lo Wat-r Ping Bloomtield JaDct'n' ValhyRoi Elliot t.h, i.- Green Park .."IU L.ojsniie ......... Port Rntwu. Center ......!" Cisna's Ron ....!! Andersoobarg ..... n(i4ia ..... Mount Pln.s.ni New German t'n West, ward. r h ' a m 6 05 10 86 6 08 10 88 6 12 10 42 6 15 10 45 6 25110 62 6 221I01 6 31 11 09 6 89110!) 6 61 11 21 6 64 11 24 But" ward. IT 7 05 7 11 7 15 7 21 7 27 7 85 7 41 7 45 11 85 II 41 11 45 11 61 11 67 12 05 12 11 12 15 A If 8 80 8 27 8 23 8 20 8 16 8 II 8 08 800 7 45 ? 10 1 84 7 26 IH 7 16 7 10 7 03 6 68 i6U K 4 oa 8 67 5 68 8 60 846 8 41 8 88 8 83 8 15 8 10 8 04 266 2 49 2 45 2 40 2 88 224 2 20 r kD-J5RING' roilent ud liana, O. K.. Miller. General Acent. ?tlERQUHAR -evP AT E N PATENT VARIABLE 1 rtuc-TlON. FEm REE "ft. "'aWe Rook n Kerv,, -Mt free t .w ra wuuze. ?srur Koenw. of Fort WwiIiAValSoi ritlZ predated nudarbls dlrecUoii Sr tbe tCOCNIG MED. CO.. 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