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it- -MpJMtMW1j.pDD'BD-gs i 5 31 if f REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. PA. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 1899 iRMS. ScetCKirnoxfl.OO per year if paid Ii airai?; 1.53 if art paid ia ad- TUCt Tranaieat alvartiaing local otic t oeaU a Hot. Djiu-stiani will bi miie to thosa dv irln to alrertio lj th yr, hlf or quarter year. R1 K JKtPH ami EXPENDITURE Of TUB coon rr of junuta.. Prom Jmuumry ,t, 1899, to Jmuumrg 2nd, 1899, iuclmeioi To the kUmormhle, the Juiget of the Cturl a Connw Fit at of Juw.ola County. We the uridsMiened Auditor elected ttitd aworn according to law, to ezamiue, auuti ana s?me mo account or tbe Uoru miaalouer, .ShsrifTandTreaaurer, of the County of Ju'iiata, for the year ending December .11, 1 s:3, met for that purpose in the Auditor' Office, in Mifflintown, Pa., on Monday, being the second day of January, 1S99, and found the aame account a follow, to-wit : 189S. V. VV. I.aodin, Treasurer Die Jan. 1. To balance from lat year. $l::,da.86 imtatad'K tax county 14,570.77 uuiatanaing taxes state 5 per cent added county A per cent added atate Tare levied, in county Taxes levied, in atate 954.76 285.70 15.8)1 28,643.00 2,805.01 16.29 1.09 2.20 2.49 4,000.00 238.00 Additional aaaeaament in county. Itslanrc transferred to dojr duplicate. Order granted over paid tax Over paid tax. Cash from sale of bonds Kcturn to Treasurer HhrifT Stoner Jury fee Kx-sheriirCalnouu fines County's nliare liquor license. From Walker township Susan Kaulfmau. From K. M. Uray, com. of Charles Ilamaey. Mil ford township, win. Iiratton. Favett township, Maud dill. W. 11. Auker, Suaan Auker. W.K. Wmh1 ward, Eliza beth Woodward O.W. Heck, ground rent 11. II. Kloas.bondaman State tax returned From lAvk townahip road coata. From l'rothonotary From Perrv countv, P. It. It. suit. 8.00 145.20 171.90 22.00 91.00 401.25 91.00 86.75 19.25 12.00 4.74 1,709.00 42.80 17.85 67.00 Total $67,918.22 189!). -r- Jau. 1. To balence from last year 14.140.' 1H9S. ...Jan. 1. W. W. Laudia, Treasurer. By over paid taxes 1897 Hv orders paid 1897 By orders paid 1S9S Outstanding tax county Outstanding tax, state Balance in treasurers Tactn ik a' lit. f 103.22 157.85 39.710.83 13.010 98 794.62 14.140.72 "O. Lord are onj 1898. l.U. Jan. I. W. K. Landis, Treasurer, dog tax. Balance from last year $ 967.45 Outstanding tax 581.83 A per cent, added 13.42 Additional assessment 1.50 lax levied 188. 499.25 Total $2.0G3.45 1899. Jan. 1. To Balance from last year. $1,298.52 1898. Jan. 1. W. W. Landis, By over paid tax 1897 Orders paid Amount transferred to state & county duplicate Taxea outstanding Balance in Treasurers hands Total fit. S 9.09 207.75 1.09 547.00 1.298.52 $2,063.45 18. Jan. 1. J. P. Calhoun, in. Ex-Sheriff. Balance from laat year f 1.50 199. $ Jan. 1. To balance due count v $ 1S9H. Jan 1. J. p. Calhoun, Ex-Sbcrn". Cash paid to Treasurer Balance settlement 1.50 4.80 CK. $ 145.20 4.80 I 150.00 188S. Jan. 1. S.C.Stoner.Sberiff Jury feea collected, 1898 IK. 12.00 $ 12.00 $ 400 1899. Jan. 1. To balance due countv 1898. Jan. 1. S.C.Stoner.Sherifl" Cash paid to Treasurer Balauce settlement 8.00 4.00 $ 12.00 0UTST1D1U TAXES, DEC. I, 1899 Collectors, Townahip, County 1M)5. W.B.McCahan, Milford, $ 1896. J. B. Barton, Tuacarora, 1897. J. H. Dern, Beale, F. D. Allbaugh, Fayette, John Stoner, Fermanagh Jacob Forry, Greenwood Samuel Leonard, Lack, S.H.Rollman, Miffliut'n, J L. Groninger, Milford, W. S. Neiiuond, Monroe Silas Beers, Spruce Hill, A D.Kerstctter.Susq'h'a, W.H.Brubaker.Tho'p't'n G. W. Buyer, Turbett, J. Loudon. TiNimrA Tax. 2.50 230.09 150.65 179.88 4.13 214.59 172.26 272.95 248.21 34.90 349.29 322.06 26.03 56.85 114.87 1896. 1898. . E. A. Smith. Walkar A.D. Kerststter.Bueq'h'a. i. j. n. i ten, ueaie, S. Suicher. Delaware. 498.99 344.65 747.47 F. D. Allbaua-h. Fmvtt - John Stoner. Fermanagh J. Forney, Greenwood, Samuel Leonard, Lack, S. H. Rollman.Mifflint'n J t Groninger, Milford, W. S Neimond, Monroe W.W.Crimmel.Patters'n G.T. Kepner. Port Royal Stlae Beers, Spruce Hill, A D-Keratetter, Susq'h'e W.H Bmbaker.Tbo'pfn G. W. Boyer, Turbett, J. Loudon. Tuscarora, S- B. Hetrick, Walker, - 781.23 354.01 536.80 605.38 1383.50 539.50 42261 331.61 979.04 489.35 153.80 646.41 744.2 1172.19 Total 913.010 98 Collectors, Townships, State Tax. 1895. W. B. McCahan, Milford $ Ms 1896. J. B. Barton, Tuscarora, 17.32 1897. J. H. Dern, Beale, 13.03 F. D. Allbaugh, Fayette; J7.35 Jobu Stoner, Fermanagh 12 85 7.61 35.48! 26.63; 34.60 fi.84 8.65 47.2S 10.94 10.30 38.75 76.69 7.12 13.14 22.57 67.87 23.02 9.86 19.99 41.03 19.42 53.47 30.47 9.82 110.33 17.56 Total 794.62 . Collectors, Townahip, Dog Tax. 1895. W.B. McCahan, Milford f 1.00 1896. J. M. Barton. Tuacarora, 22.25 1897. J. H. Dern, Beale, 18.57 F. D. AUbaugh, Fayette, 9.57 John Stoner, Fermanagh 6.10 J. Forney, Greenwood, 9.76 Samuel Leonard, Lack, 30.82 S. H. Rollman.Mifflint'n 6.04 J. L. Groninger, Milford, 23.28 W. T. Neimond, Monroe, 9.45 Silas Beers, Spruce Hill, 12.94 A D Keratetter.Suaq'h'a, - 18.21 W H.Brubaker.Tbo'pYn 2.52 G. W. Boyer, Turbett, 4.72 J. Loudon, Tuacarora, 1396. K. A. Smith, Walker, 6.75 A. D. Keratetter.Suaq'h'a, 1898. J. H. leer, Beale, 26 50 ! T. Spicher, Delaware, 24 50 F. D. Allbaugh, Fayette, 25 90 John Stoner, Fermanagh 19 50 J. Forney, Greenwood, 25.25 Samuel 1-couard, Lack, 35.00 S. H. Kollman.Mifflint'n 9-75 J. L Groning, Milford, 29 51 W 8 Neimond, Monroe, 18.75 W.W Crimmel.Patters'n 1900 G. T. Kepner. Port Royal 6.75 Hil&a Beer, Spruce HU1, 20.00 A-D.Keretetter.Suaq'h'a, 24 25 W .H Brubaker.Tho'p't'n 6 25 G. W. Boyer, Turbett, 17.90 J. Iouder, Tuacarora, 25.96 S. B. Hetrick, Walker, 20.25 Total f 547-00 Overpaid State Taxea December 31, 1893. 1896. A. D. Keratetter. Suaquehanna, State Tax $ 2.49 t 2 49 Mifflintown, Pa., Jan. 9th 1899 All ted. of which ia respectfully aubmit T. K. Bkaver, i W. W. Dimii, S Auditors. II. H. Haktjian, ) STATEM EXT of orders drawn by the County Commissions of Juniata county of the Treasurer thereof, from the 3rd day of January, 1899, to lite 31st aay or December, is:ii, inclusive, as taken from the records in the Commie- sionea office, Mifflintown, Pa. CONSTABLE ASD JUSTICES FELS. Austin J. Calhoun, Deputy Sheriff 10 3' Peter Forry, J. P. 3 25 Total $ 13 C: COMHOXH'EJLTH WITNESSES. February Term, 1898. February Term, 1898. April Term, 1898. Com, vs. Robert German Com. vsTCasner. ' September Term, 1898 December Term, 1898. Cost in Lunacr case of Mrs. Williams. Coat in Lunacy cans of Ella "worth Knisley. Cost in Lunacy case of Eliza beth Woodward. 136 03 16 54 17 So 17 79 50 36 92 14 30 65 41 85 50 13 Total. $ 468 53 Collrelor$, Commiitiontrt, Jtbtltmah and Exoitratittt, 1893. H.F.Crouae.bondHmau 122 50 185. Wm. B. McCahan, et al 186 82 1896. H. M. Iaenberg, et al. 592 24 1897. S S. Been, et al. 823 12 1898. James Loudon, et. al. 1492 52 Total. f 3198 70 Ceurtt mi Jurort Pay. 1898. Grand and Pettit Jur ors, February Term. $ 228 00 B Frank Coridon, steno grapher. - 20 00 H. W. Kniaely, court crier. 7 00 H.W.Knisely.OrphansCourt 5 00 1898. Jurors. April term. 356 52 Joseph F. Cumminga, steo- grapher. 80 80 H. W. Kniaely, Court crier. 10 00 H. W. Knisely. Court crier, Argument Court. 2 50 Joseph Cummings, steno grapher, Argument court 32 55 H. W. Knisely, Court crier, Argument court. 2 50 1898, Jurors, September terui 348 8 Joseph F. Cummings, steno grapher. Hi (18 H. W. Knisely, Court crier. 7 50 Jurors, December term 205 24 H. W. Knisely, Court cner. 2 50 M. W. Knisely, Argument court. 7 50 Total. $ 1383 97 Public Ruildinf mud Ortuudt, Guas ASeiber, paintsandoils foi interior Court House, f 197 80 Water Company. 1W 00 Electnc l.tgnt sen'ice. jaa w Wm. L. Stutts, janitor. 144 00 North A Son, coal for Court House- 78 02 S, S. Ruble, framing notices. 5 00 W. E. Criswell, repair lawn mower, fence, flair pole. 2 75 J.M. Bender, work on heater pipea, 30 93 Jaa. J. Horning, miscella- neos work. 2b 67 A. G. Scholl, Tel- seervice. 6 00 Wm. L- Stutts. extra work. 4 00 E. C Troxell. manager elec tric light. December 1897 15 20 Total. $ 792 80 Romd mnd MriJf Fitmtrt. B. F. Burchfield, et. al. D. Irwin Bashore. A. B- Evans. A. H. Kurtz. 9 33 3 11 7 4 Theoph. M. Thompson. uner AicAanan, et ai. Wm. Long. 11 7 J. Forney, Greenwood, Samuel Leonard, Lack, 8. H. Rollman.Mifflint'n J. 1. Groninger, Milford, W. 8. Keimond, Monroe Bllaa Beers, Spruce Hill A D.Keratetter.Susq'h'a, W.H.Brubaker.Tho'pt'n O. W. Boyer, Turbett, J. Loudon, Tuacarora, 1896. E. A. Smith, Walker, A. l. Keratetter.Susq'h'a, 1898. J. H. Derr, Bele7 8. Bpicher, Delaware, F. D. AUbaugh, Fayette, John Stoner, Fermanagh J. Forney, Greenwood, Samuel Leonard, Laek, S. H. Rollman.Mifflint'a J. Ij. Groninger, Milford, W.S. Neimond, Monroe, W.W Orimmel.Pattera'B (. T. Kepler, Port Itoyal, Silas Beers, Spruce Hill. A. D. Keratetter,Suaq'h'e, W.H Brubaker.TWprn . W. Boyer, Turbett, J. Loudon, Tuacarora, 8. B. Hetrick, Walker, $ 79 40 CtuttmbUt Roturu to Court, 1898. Solomon Fortnay, et. al- $ 217 38 Total. S17 38 jtimriug mud Rtguttrimg. Isaac Sellers, et al , balance for amassing during 1897. $ 34143 J. H- Campbell, et. al , May racist ration and aaaeaa ment, personal property 489 C McClellan, et. al, for an nual assessment 1899, tax 696 98 Total. 1531 Treme Under Jet 188s. Julius Derr, for uursing sick tramps Julius Derr, for nursing sick trams. S. 8 Ruble, burial of tramps Atkinson A Penned for the 5 2 10 Overseers of Patterson Borough- 28 Total. 9 45 BmrUl of Indigent Sotduro. Bids, burial Henry Boyer 85 00 , .DJ5Ump.berial Jacob Doll ' 85 CO Shelleobemr. burial Jobs Smith. Michael Gable, burial Jacob George. Michael Gable, burial George If. Trego. Thomas J.Ovea, burial Chas. Rennell. 85 00 35 00 '35 00 35 00 83 00 35 00 35 00 Wee. B. McCahan, burial of Henry Stuart. Leo. Snellen berger, burial D C Bothrock. Tra. Fry, burial Daniel Foltt Total. ' S 813 00 Utmdttouee to indigent Soldier, T. W. Auker A Son. George Trego. S 14 00 T, W. Auker A Son, Jacob George- 14 00 T W, Auker A Son, John . Smith 14 00 T. W. Auker A Hon, Charles Kennel. 14 00 T. W. Auker A Son, D. C. Bothrock. - 14 00 T. W. Auker A Hon, Daniel Fohx. 14 00 ToUl. t 84 00 Semlp Certificate mud JjUtniU from Juttxct of Ik Ptmtt. Thomas Creighton, et. al. f 369 25 Total. Couktu JVtsaa. S- C- Stoner, Sheriff; taking prisoners to Huntingdon Reform School. S- C. Stoner.boarding prison ers, Ac- Ferd Meyers, clothing for prisoner. S. A. Ellis,shoes for prisoners 29 40 3-34 08 42 00 6 20 6 85 10 50 29 14 420 70 M. P. Crawford, medicine for nriaoners. Jacob Etka, plastering jail. -North A Son, coal for jail J. P. Calhoun, balance 1897. Total. $ 898 47 Boud Paid During 1898. To John McNitt. To Jacob Browand. To w. II. Auker. To Edward C. Bartley. $ 1500 00 200 00 400 00 1500 00 425 00 To W. H Knouse, To Elizabeth Moore- 500 00 To Emma Crimmel. To Maggie Junk To John McNitt. To Isaac Seller. To Caroline Layer. 900 00 500 00 1200 00 300 00 50 00 600 00 910 00 700 00 1500 00 Too n. Martin. To Elizabeth Smith. Isabel Nelson. To Patterson Council, 200 O. U. A. M To Jamea G. Thompson. To Samuel Watts. To D. W . Harlev. To Wm. Mtlliken. To John Weller. To James G. Thompson. No. 200 00 600 00 600 00 300 00 550 00 500 00 Total. $13925 00 tmttrttt Pmid on Baud: First National Bank, et al. $ 4856 44 Total. $ 4856 44 Printing and SimUoutry. Harry II Bonaall, printing, rurniauing blanks for public offices. J. C. Dimm, printing, fur nishing blank for public $ 155 85 omces. W. J. Jackman stationery. 140 73 printing, 112 60 80 00 B F. Schweier, printing Wm. M. Allian, printing. Mary J. Hunt, blanks. . SH 25 9 20 wm. Murnnv'a ona iwk. Protnonotary and Regis. xer ana necoraers ornce. 87 00 Total. Commietiomirt OfUt. Wm. Puflenberger, 77 days a 83.&0. Wm. Puflenberger, exienses D. D Khinesmith, 7a davs a $3.50. D. I). Rhinesmith. exnensea I 618 63 $ 269 60 25 77 202 60 74 46 339 (0 119 05 600 00 $ 1690 77 J. Loudenslasrer. 97 davs l 6)1. J. Loudenslager, expenses u c unine, cierK, salary Total. Bridge: O. B- Coldron, plank for the Thompson town bridge I bra Loudenslager, labor on Thorn paontown bridge M. K. Schlcgel, material for Thompaoutown bridge D 'I. Dimm, material for Thompaontown bridge J. A. Kauirman, for work on Thompaontown bridge 9 62 27 50 50 38 40 6 48 33 44 179 28 11 88 6 13 Meredith A Lesher.lurnberfor Tnompsontown bridge T. S- Thompson, lumber for Thompson town bridsw Luke Davis, for work on the Tnompsontown bridire Adam Rhoads, for work on Tnompsontown bridge David Bunberger, work on Thompson town bridge David K. VanOrmer, snow'g Thompaontown bridge 6 13 3 40 231 37 107 00 16 16 209 06 24 08 19 14 15 71 43 95 7 68 20 50 3 50 1 60 4 90 8 25 J. J. Horning, labor on the Mifflintown bridge U.J Shellcuberger.Iumberfor Mitlliutou u bridge D. Reitz, filling approaches to Mifflintown bridge Pittsburg Iron Bridge Co., re pairs Mifflintown bridire John L. Weiaer, repairs to Man han tango bridge B. J. Shellenberger. plank for Cuba bridge B. P. Clark, et al. Port Koval bridge - r9C!tbsii Keiser, Keiaers bridge Chas. Book. et. al., Mexico bridge T. K- Beaver, for repairs to Beavers bridge Joseph Stutts, for repairs to McClures bridge Joseph Yeigh, Cross Roads bridge David Charters, et. al-, BoflT- man bridge S- F. Ludwig. McCulloch's bridge Snyder county, Brubakera bridge ToUl. PuNic Ogictn. W. W. Landis, Treasurers salary. i Samael Aurand, jury com. Alex McClure, jury coin. T. K. Beaver et al, clerks to SO 00 9 206 90 80 400 00 40 00 40 00 7 00 00 80 60 20 jury commissioners T. K. Beaver et al, county auditors. D. M. Marshall, county in stitute ax pen sea Robert McMeen, county so licitor. John W. Hibbs, ex-Prothon- otary, official fees. Wm. H. Rollman, books Air Recordere office Wm. M. Allison, auditing publie offices Anson B. Willis, official feea W. H- Zeiders.Prothouotary, official fees George B. Cramer Register nd Recorder.officisJ fees W. W. Landis, commiasiona Hunt A Co, aupplies Mary J Hunt, aupplies J. C Dimm,blanks for offices W.J.Jackman,blanks, offices Jacob A. Davis, books for Register and Recorder office The Unique Duplicator Co-, one Duplicator - - 80 20 90 00 185 83 40 00 23 50 87 65 30 87 144 65 66 45 4 18 18 11 06 00 75 00 17 2 Total. 1295 I 15 j Oeutrml mad Spring Election, ISM. C. Dimm, bal lota for spring election. 9 47 90 i County Com. delivering bal I lota for spring elections 25 0$ 11 00 2 00 108 $0 672 9J ! Mount Holly Printing Co ,eup plies tor spring ejections C. Dimm, blanks for the spring election C. A. Grady, election houses bought by the County Com m taaioners In 1894. . Election ofllcera, conetablea. aaaesaora, election house rent for spring elections Barry E. Boneall, printing election proclamation. J. C. Dimm. printing elec tion proclamation W. J. Jackman, printing el ection proclamation. R. F. SchweieT, printing el ection proclamation. Wm. M. Allison, printing election proclamation J. C Dimm. furnishing bal lot a for General election. Mount Holly Printing Co.au p nliee for General election 7$ M 75 0$ 7 00 75 M S3 0 67 09 9 09 ' 27 00 County Com. delivering bal lots for uenerai eiecwm. Election officers, constables and assessors for noKlmg General electione. 540 61 Total MitetUmueouo PoymtuU. 1868 25 To Western Penitentiary .1898 $ 863 eo 81 95 64 00 D D- Khineamitto, balance - of salary, 1898. Wm. Puflenberger, balance of salary, 1895. Dr. It- M. Quig, postmortem examination of Mrs. Chas. ltamaey R. L Auker, treasurer of Mifflintown HoseCom'y. Wm- Stutts, janitor for court in Perry Co railroadcaee Wm. U. Kurtz, room rent for appeal in Walker t'w'p. Isaac Shotzberger, room rent for appeal Fayette t'w'p. To Pennsylvania Industrial Reformatory W.W. iAndis.treasurer.state tax on county bonds Wm. P. Graham, room rent for appeal in Spruce Bill township F. W. Noble, plummer to county jail. 18 CO 6 00 a oo i w 1 00 $42 96 344 00 1 50 2 67 fUriahD. Ferre, room rent for appeal in Greenwood township. Jas. J. Horning, et. al., work on flag pole 1 Kmil Schott, for flag Hugh C. Rhine, state tax work, 18- Samuel Lapp, treasurer citi zens band Jas G Thompson, revenue stamps J. Frank Patterson, admin istering oath J: C. Dimm, binding tran scripts S. S. Ruble, upholstering chairs on Judges stand Mount Holy Printing Com. furnishing blank leave for transcript S. C. Meyers cleaning monu ments E- C. Doty, money returned on taxation timberlands Wm. H. Groninger.Secretary of Juniata county Agri cultural Society. H. H. Xeigler treasurer of County Commissioners' couventiou commltt. John H. Adams, room rent for appealsin Beale twp. James S. Beacom, state trea surer, state tax D. D Rhinesmith, secretary, expenses to attend com missioners convention Oloyd X- Bender, helping to plant stones for survey or to test compasses. Wm". Stuary, lire warden Robert McMeen, ' Atkinson " - A Pennell, retainers in . caae of Joseph M.Dangh., erty vs Juniata county. - Bugh C. Rhine, clerking for IJury Commissioners Guss A Siever, hardware Barry E. Bonsall and Wm. Allison box rent, postage To Penn'a Statte Lunatic Hospital To expreaaage,freight,ticketa for tramps, Ac. 8 amuel Lapp,officer at Court House 1 00 30 15 35 CO 231 78 8 08 100 1 60 1 00 12 50 10 00 16 CO 100 00 6 00 1 00 2392 49 26 55 1 00 2 7 60 00 40 00 22 95 23 M 709 75 7 57 6 Total. Kettfttu'ti. Constable and justice fees Commonwealth witnesses Collectors, Commissiones, abatemen, exonerations Courts and jurors pay Public buildings and ground Road and bridge viewen Constables returns to Court Assessing and Registering 9 4983 33 13 62 468 63 3198 AO 1383 97 72 ; 79 40 1 217 38 1631 F6 4 te 313 00 4 09 369 26 898 47 13936 00 4856 41 618 66 1690 77 12C6 90 1295 70 1B6S 26 493 33 Tramps under Act 1885 Burial of indigent soldier Headstones for ludigent sol dier Scalp certificates County prison uonas paid itus In teres paid Printing and atatinncry Commihfioners' ofllce Bridges, 1898 I'ublic offices General and Spring elections lose Miscellaneous payments Total. Liubilitin of County, $3961 13 12Wi89 00 140 SO Outstanding county bonds Outstanding county orders Total. - Jlesele of County. $126829 30 $ 14140 72 13010 98 794 62 1098 62 676 74 Cash in Treasurer's bands. Outstanding County tax. Outstanding State tax. Surplus dog tax Outstanding bills due- Total. S296W 6i Liabilities over assets. $97208 72 We the undersigned Commissioners of Juniata county, in compliance with mo taw, ao puDiisn me ioregomg naw ment of the receipts and expenditures of the county, aforesaid, for the year ending December 31, 1898, as found on tbe records of this onice WILLIAM PUFFENBERGER, DAVID I). RHINESMITH, JEREMIAH LOUDENSLAGER, County Commissioners. Attest : Hroit C. Rhine, Clerk. Commissioners' Office, HOW TO GET PHOTO GRAF HI CHEAI. This notice is sent out for the benefit of those who may wish to take advantage of getting fine Photos at cheap rates. Notice the time. From now until March 1st, I will sell tickets for $1.50, which will entitle the holder of said ticket to one dozen first class Cabi net Photoea. No extra charges for family group to tbe holder of ticket. All other styles of pictures reduced in proportion, to those parchasiug 00 40 67 tickets. Kespectiully yours, 3-W. JOBJEPH HE88. Bucklen's Arnica Salre. 90 82 86 20 35 25 MI1XIOHS GITES A WAT. It is certainly gratifying te tae aehHe te knew et eae eeeeara la tee lead who are net afraid to be geaerees te the seedy aafferiag. Tea reprletora ef Or. Klag's New Dieaever? tar Ceaaaaptioa, Cong ha aad CoMe. have given away ever 00 90 lion trial battles of thia great medicine; aad have tbe aohstastiaa el kaowiag It hos abaelately cared tbeoaaada ef 1 eaees. Aatbaw. BrcdchhU, Hoi 70 and all diseases ef t .e Throat. Cheat aed Laaaa are seaelv eared kjr It. Call ee M I . Crawford, Mnnrgt. ad got a tree trial bottle. Begelar alae eee. sed $1. 7 eetlle gaaraaleed, er price rat sad ed PVBUCMLE8. M arch -Tuesday 21st. J. 8. Bearer will seU, one mile south of Van Wert, lire stock and farming Implements. Sale at 10 o'clock a. m. " e- ' "- promptly at 10 o'clock a. m , John 8- McConnel will sett at bis residence In Turbett township, 4 miles southwest of Port Royal, 5 boraea, cows, large lot of young cattle, sows, aboata, chickens, two and four none wagone, iwo aeaicu "-. sleighs, aleda, farm machinery, gears, hamese, large lot of houaebold gooda, eern.potatoea, and much other property. I am going to move to North Dakota, and am selling out "rump and stomp." March. Thursday, 16th, A. R. Memminger, residing on the Okesoo form in Spruce Hill townahip, one half mile southwest of Barton's store, bones, mules, cows, two and one year old cat tle, 50 fine sheep, wagons, binder, mower, and a large variety of forming implements, gean or all kinds. Sale to begin at 10 o'clock a. m. A E.iVMPa.lCIHT" COMP1MOB. Between now mad Spring time there will be many opportunities of an evening to read np on the different portions of the Great Northwest. To thia end the Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul Railway Co., has printed for free distribution to Eastern farmers a number of illus trated instructive pamphlets re garding the various States travel ed by its lines. In sending your address to W. . Powell, General Immigration Agent, Old Colony Building, Chicago, III., please say if your preference is for information about Wisconsin, Iowa,Mtnnesota, North ern Michigan or North Dakota. No charge for pamphlets or for replying to all inquiries about any section of the Great est. 3t. LEGJL. 4 DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letters of . . " . - , . 1 . M 11'Illt uminuimion in liic nine oi imaiu H. Deppen, late of Walker townahip, Juniata county. Pa., deceased, have been granted to the undersigned, reaid ing in said township. All persons hav ing claims against the said estate will present the same for payment to David J. Dkitbx, Administrator. Or his counsel, Atkinson A Pennell, at Mifflintown, Pa. Jan. 25, 99-6t. APPLICATION FOR LICENSE. The following in a correct list of all persons who have tiled petitions for re tail liquor license in the office of the Court of Quart -r Sessions, of Juniata county, and of place for which the applications are made. Harry E- Hayes, Patterson House, Patterson borough. Pa. Samuel lach, Hotel Ashton, Patter son oorougn, i a. William H- Sheafler, Oriental Bouse, Susquehanna township. W llliam m. Reigle, Seven Stars, Green- wooa lowr.BDip. Philip J. Bickel, Monroe House, Mon roe townsnip. William 1). Kern, Mountain House, r.asi n aienora, l uscarora townsnip. William Zeigler, Keystone Hotel, Pat terson borough. Pa. WilliamB. Arbogast, Jacobs House Mifflintown borough. Pa. S. E. Blyler. Motel Foreman, Port Royal borough. Pa. B. B. Murray, National Bouse, Mifflin. town corougn, i'a- The Court will sit in the Court House in Mifflintown, to bear petitions for license, on Tuesday. February 28, 1899, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Remon strances or petitions against the grant ing of license must be in writing and filed with the Clerk of the Court, on or before the Saturday before the day of hearing. W. H. Zkidkkb. t lerk Office Clerk Quarter .-esaions, Mifflin- "wu rewraw in, iaro ALE BEBISTEB. Feb. 1 W. O. Beale, in Tuscarora. Feb. 4. Walter F. Spiece.Port Royal Feb. 7. J. H. Clark, in Iack. Feb. 7. G. B. Hittle, Spruce Hill. Feb. 18. Jackson, Cocolamua. Feb. 18. H. II. Fronk, near WcAlia- terviue. Feb. 28. Beira of Michael Sieber, Walker. Mar. 2. J. M. Kauflman, Delaware. Mar. 7. M. T. B. Barnani, Tuscarora Mar. 8. Mary K.Thomaa, Fermanagh. Mar. 9. Francis Howe, Walker. Mar. 10. Iaaac Rowe, Mifflintown. Mar. 11. J. B. Ritzmau, Turbett. Mar. 14. S. P. Wharton, Spruce Hill. Mar. 15. Chas. Widney, Waterloo. Mar. 16. A. R. Meminger.Spruce BUI. Mar. 17. B. F. Rice, Spruce Hill. Mar. 17. John Thompson, Delaware. Mar. 18.-Cnas. U. Guss. Turbett. Mar. 20.-G. W. Fink, Turbett. Mar. 22. W. A. Harlan, Tuscarora. Mar. 22. H. A. Ritzman, Turbett. Mar. 23. W. B. McLaughlin. Mar. 24.-William Varnes, Walker. Mar. 25. James Sherlock, Beale. Dr. King's New Discovery. ED Be)T FROM THE 6t7!f Waa tbe ball ibrt bit O. B. &te4 man, or Kewark, Mich., in tha Civil War. It caused hcrribla Ulcers that ao treatment bel pt d for 20 ycara. Tbea Bncklcn'a A m ca Sa've cored km. I'area Cuts, Bruit as, Burna, Boils, ' stent, Csrai, Skia ErarHns- Beat Pile cur oa earth. 25c. a bey. Care gsarssteed. Sold by M. P. Crawford, Dniggiit. DIED. Vaughn. At Cross Keys, lack township, Juniata county, January (lRt ult., Mrs. Malinda, wife of Mr. John Vaughn, aged 53 years, 3 months and 23 days. Smith On February 2ud inst., at the home cf bis lather at Locust Bun, John Hav.n Smi b. seed 23 years and 14 dajs. MARRIED: YAsHoaN JJoveb On the 31sl ult., at Middlbuig. Snyder county, Pa., by Iltv D. E. McLane, N. Q. VanHorn aud Sallie J. B(yer. Kkco Paoev Ou the 2nd inst., at tbe residence of John Harr s. by Ht. J. CL Ueigbard, George E Krug and Maggie Fades. LOS ANGELES 4R0 THE PA CIFIC COAST AMD KB- TI7M. Special Excursion from points in Pennsylvania, Maryland, District of Columbia, lrginia, W est Vir ginia, Ohio, New York and New Jersey, on the occasion of the National Educational Association meeting at Los Angeles, Gal., in July, 1899. at reduced rates. For full particulars, address John R Pott, District Pawoiir Agent, C. M. & St. P. K'y, 486 William 8t Williamsport, Pa. Ma JOB! -S3 EM Stat At. SCBgVT- Major-General Schuyler Hamil ton gives his unqualified endonie- meot to Dr. Humphreys' Specific "77" for Grip. All druggieta, 35c Utmm Z Aeantsee. J'fT -ATEX55BT $t FCSSSWja ATTORNEYS- AT - LAW. wisTUHTOwTt. PA. Osm-Oa Mat. sb,- 0-CeUeetiag sad OeaTeyeaeiag wir atteadet U. Aternaw-HtLaW. a0-CkUeetionsandaU legal busi ness promptly attenped to. OVF1QK IN COURT HOUSE. uuSAietaw, mm. Awni xawf eae M. D. at. ClAWTOBB naua, f MW-atbrtr eeU fcraeeba.. OaVe at eM staaa, eeraar -- -umgo atraet,-ntlsllatewn, Pa. bo Ttaesa will bs feaad at their enfce at all tisMa,aiass otherwise pfefeaskBIly ea gaged. April 1st. MM. rttACTlCAL. 0EBJTTBT. (i -adaste ef the Pfcilsdelahis Dental ColUge. OSee at eld ssUbluhed Ie eatioa, Bridge Htreet, opposite Court Hesae, JTrMiatewn, Pa. ZT Crewe aad Bridge work; Paialsaa Extraetioa. AU work gearaateed. PENHSTLV1HI1 BAILKOaE Bchedule in Effect November 20, 1898. WESTWARD. Way Passenger, leaves Philadelphia at 4 SO a. bx; Harrisburg 8 00 a. m; Duncanoon 8 85 a. m; New Port 0 05 a. m; MUleratown 0 15 a. m; Durword 0 21 a. m; Thompson town 0 28 a. m; Van Dvke 9 SS a. m; Tuscarora 88 a. m: Mexico 8 40 a. m; Port Royal 8 44 a. m; Mifflin 950 a. m; Denholm 9 65 a. m; Iwietoarn 10 IS a. m; McVeytown 10 88 a. m; Newton Hamilton 11 00 a. m; Mount Union 11 06 a. m; Hunting don 11 82 p. m; Tyrone 12 20 p. m; Al toona 1 00 n. m: Pittsburg 5 60 p. m. Mail leaves Philadelphia at 7 00 a. m: Harrisburg at 11 4S a. m; mi mm i ii S. m; Lewiatown 1 80 p. m; Hunting on 2 29 p. m; Tyrone 8 12 p. m; Al tnona X 45 n. m: Pittsburc 8 40 p. m. Altoona Accommodation leaves Har risburg at 5 00 p. m; Duncannon 6 34 ?. m; Newport 6 02 p. m; Millerstown 11 p. m: Tnompsontown 6 21 p. m; Tuscarora 6 SO p. m: Mexico 6 S3 p. m; Port Royal 6 88 p. m; Mifflin 6 43 p. m; liennoim o v p. m, ijewmuwn wi y. m: McVevtown 7 SO p. m; Newton Hamilton 7 50 'd. m: Huntinrdon 8 20 p. m; Tyrone 9 02 p. m; Altoona 9 85 p. m. Pacific Expresa leaves Philadelphia at II ao p. m: iiarriaourg uiwi. m. Marvsvilla 8 14 a. m. Duncannon 8 29 a. m. Newport 3 62 a m. Port Royal 4 25 a. in. Mifflin 4.30 a. m. Lewistown 452 am. Newton Hamilton 5 83 a. m. Huntingdon A 03 a. ni. Petersburg 6 19 a. m. Tvrone 6 52 a. m. Altoona 7 40 a. m. Pittsburg 12 10 a. m. Ovater Express leaves Philadelphia at 485 p, m. Harrisburg at 10 20 p. m. Newport 11 OS p. in. Mifflin 11 40 p. ni. Lewistown 11 68 p. m.; Huntingdon 12 65 a. m. Tyrone 1 32 a. m. Altoona 2 00 a. m. Pittsburg 5 30 a. m. Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 25 p. m. Harrisburg 3 50 p. m. Duncan non 4 15 p. m. Newport 4 35 p. m. Mif flin 5 07 p. m. Lewistown 6 27 p. m. Mount Union 8 08 p. m. Huntingdon 8. 27 p. m. Tyrone 7 04 p. m. Altoona 7 40 p. m. Pittsburg 11 80 p. m. - EASTWARD. Altoona Accommodation leaves Al toona at 5 00 a. m. Tyrone 5 24 a. m. Petersburg 6 45 a. m. Huntingdon 5 55 a. m. Newton Hamilton 6 21 a. ra. Mc Vevtown 8 37 a. m. Lewiatown 6 58 a. mMlfllin 7 18 a. m. Port Royal 7 22 a. m. Thompaontown 7 57 a. m. Millers town 7 48 a. ra. Newport 7 65 a. m. Duncannon 8 20 a. m. Harrisburg 8 60 a. m. Sea Shore leaves Pittsburg at 2 60 a. m. Altoona 7 15 a. m. Tyrone 7 48 a. m. Huntingdon 8 80 a. m. McVeytown 9 16 a. m. Iiewistown.9 35 a. m. Mifflin 965 a. m. Port Royal 9 69 a. m. Thompson town 10 14 a. m. Millerstown 10 22 a. m. Newport 11 82 a. m. Duncannon 10 54 a. ni. Marysville 11 07 a. in. Harris burg 11 25 a. m. Philadelphia 3 00 p. m. Main Line Express leaves Pittsburg at 8 00 a. ra. Altoona 11 40 a. ni. Tyrone 12 03 p. m. Huntingdon 12 85 p. m. Lewiatown 1 83 p. m. Mifflin 1 50 p. m. Harriaburg 8 10 p. m. Baltimore 6 00 p. rn. Washington 7 15 p. m. Philadelphia 8 23 p. m. Mall leaves Altoona at 2 05 p. m. Ty rone 285 p. m. Huntingdon 8 17 p. m. Newton Hamilton 8 47 p. m. McVey town 4 20 p. m. Iewistown 4 S3 p. m. Mifflin 4 55 p. ni. Port Royal 5 00 p. m. Mexico 6 20 p. m. Tnompsontown S 18 p. m. Millerstown 5 23 p. in. Newport 6 89 p. m. Duncannon 6 08 p. ra. Har riaburg 6 45 p- m. Mail Express leaves Pittsburg at 12 45 p. m. Altoona 5 50 p. m. Tyrone 8 20 p. m. Huntingdon 7 00 p. in. McVey town 7 44 p. m. Lewistown 8 08 p. m. Mifflin 8 26 p.m. Port Itoyal 8 81 p. m. Millerstown 8 67 p. m. Newport 9 05 p. ra- Duncaunon 9 29 p. m. Harriabure 10 00 p m. Philadelphia Expresa leaves Pitts burs: at 4 SO n. m. Altoona 9 a n. m. Tyrone 9 S3 p. m. Huntingdon 10 12 p. m. Mount Union 10 32 p. m. Lewis town 11 18 p. m. Ififflin 11 37 p. m. Har riaburg 1 00 a. m. Philadelphia 4 SO. ni jitumiuwn junction. f or Bun bury 7 SO a. m. and 3 05 it. m. wk. days. or Jfilroy 6 40, 10 20 a. m. and 3 00 p. m. week-days. At lyrone. for Clearfield and Cur wensville 8 20 a. m. 3 20 and 7 20 p m week-days. For Bellefonte and Lock Havan s in a. m. 12 SO and 7 15 p. m. week-dave For further information Ticket Agents, or Thomas K Watt. rasaenger Agent, Western Division Corner fifth Avenue and Bmithfield Street. Pittsburg. J. B. HUTCHINSON, J.R.WOOD. uenerai aan-g r. Uenerai Pasa'r. Agt. WOBKUG BJIGBT ASD DAT. me naaiaat aad mightiest litte thine that ever waa mads U In King'a New Life PlllS. Eve V Dill ia nnmr m ny m w gjiuilll ID ef health, that cbancss waaknou i. atreagth, lintleaaaeaa into anerev, brain.fa iate aaeaul r. Th..M ii-lT".-. brildiag op tbeheallh. Only 25c. per box. eM oy M. r. Crawford. o cr.c2 SAivr.:iiio mum mm any Wlf n tmm snmb rMnm 1 1.7,1, 7V satSitSS ew vae) te eawar mum wmv7 rSl ata, Tarh, ra, VflB Tun t.- tj, subject to Bublinruleanc Jobs T. Eejkz 0coUmB., rV, Jm. 31, Stock Clearing Sale at Meyers' Big Stores. o o o o Tbe greatost Sacrifice ever known. Profits are cast to the wins. Thia good must be rushed out to make room for our GRAND SPRING ASSORTMENT. Ch.vToamereJ Ion? worsted suits, all sizes, from S4to 44. SHiS to $9.50. Men's orercoat. black, blue, Oxford Itrolu lots that were tl5 orereoats, now $8.50. Men's overcoats mffik Wuderaey kU that wa ftO now $6 50 1. M'. ovenoats in black, blue and kerseys, lots that-were $7.M, sow JLouble breasted ulsters $12 kind. t7. Double breSeUd Itt.;$10kinds.$6. Double breasted ulstors, $8 kinds $4.. Double breasted ulsteis. $6 kind fS. Slaughtering Sale in Gents' Furnishings. Fifty cent underwtar, 25o. One dollar underwear, now 50e. Fleeced lined underwear, usually sold at ether atores for $1, our clearing sale pri :e 45c 567 boys and children's suits, all sixes, will be sacrificed at 50c on tbo $1. Now is your opportunity t,j get bargains. Come esrly while the stock is yet complete. FURWrrUKE. We need acre room in our Furniture Department and are corn, pelled to saciifiee this lino. We hare concluded to make a re duction tf 20 per rent, in tb's di part men t for tbo nex' sixty daT. This is a chat ce cf our life tiigu to buy furniture at leas than manufacturers prices. Don't fail to come and got bargains. Queensware and Glassware. We carrv tbe largest iiiie of Qieeas-firo and G'asswaro ij tbe county. Onr prices are lower for first quality goods than you can buy seconds at other place. Ia fact we bare no competi tion in this line. Ferd Meyers, TDK WAR ROT OVER. The treaty of peace with Spain has been ratified, but unfor tunately, the war broke out anew at Manila; last Saturday.. It was not the Spaniards who renewed the war. It was the native Philip' pine Islanders who renewed the fight. They have never surrender ed the Spanish troops so that they can be sent home to Spain, and they have never fully recognized the authority of the United States to posess the islands. They have kept a large army in the field, chisely eutrenched near Manila which is occupied by the American army. There are aliont 15.000 American troops at or near Ma nila; ten thousand of which are volunteer troops. The battle was started about S.45 last Saturday evening by three Philippine scouts trying to force their wav through the American picket line into the city of Manila. They attempted to get through the picket line of a Nebraska regiment. Th. n-n.jr.1 fired on the insurgents killinir one and wounding another, and that brought on the engagement. The rnuippines attacked our line, and were repulsed with heavv In. The American fleet in Manila har bor took a part and shelled tbe in surgent camps. Tbe Pennsylva nia troops were in the fight; a num ber were killed. Some fortv Ameri-1 cans were killed and one hundred ami twenty hve wounded. Of the enemy 1,000 were wounded and 3,000 were killed. The Americans drove the insurgects 10 miles from the city. The insurgents had an agent at Washington .... . a .... uamcu Aconulho, when he learned of the fight, he fled from W.Bi; . Canada, to escape arrest. ' T aa . THE reniiVili,H, . . '. r ""uunaung elec tion in Leha linn imiMH . wumj on rsatur day, resulted in a defeat for the Quay candidate for State Senate. st WU1 heM ou e I1"1 ofL Fruary. The primary that .1 r U i9 Picted that at the election on the 2l8t many 0 the Quay w tLe.dets. That Samu. a to Pven - me nominee the rntnKl: . . . w ---r-"uB oi wbanon for State Senator, and it is Die the rennV.1: . .. county: proba ountyj who did not vote for the the de hare tbl ' Zl Ior hi thev . mpie of ths W ""Uhtredetomi, y refusine-tnv. WeisiJ ined wthe reirnl - ' who -- vuursje Of J ho, jontv of tk. .T: OI ine ma irC.i.t ' . -PDucao. in the " w united States See- oi)ll o 115 and 117, Bridge Htreet. Thk United SUtes has not had time to form au acquaintance with her new citizens on the islandi of the Pacific, recently taken from Spain, till she is called on to whip them. Well, so goes the world. We whipped Spain within tht past year, for humanity's sake, now we are compelled to whip tht former subjects of Spain on the Philippine islands because that stubbornly refuse to accept our humanitarian interference. Skxatok Hertzler introdw-ed a bill in the Senate last Thursday, amending "an Act authorizing the purchase by the Commonwealth of unseated lands for the nonpayment of taxes for the purpose of creating Stale Forest Reservation 'nd providing for the purchase of land other than that which is advertised for sale for the nonpayment of tax es. The Senator also offered and introduced an Act to repeal an Act entitled "an Act to form an inde pendent school district out of part of West Perry township, Snyder county, and part of Monroe town ship, Juniata countv." Sw-tion 2 of this Act provides thsit thia Act shall take effect on the fini Mon day of June, 1899. BOROCOH homihatioh Republican nominees : Jndireof Election, J. Wallace Fasick; In spector, Kelly McNeal; TownOmn cil, James McCauley, Henry Hawk and A. II. Fasick; School Direc tors, W. U. Zeiders and T. Van Irvin: Constable. Ramnal LaDT: Overseer of the Poor, Daniel Tan neoaKer; Auditor, John J. Patter son, Jr. Democratic nominees: Jndtre of Election, George M. Diven: In spector, William A. Ellis; Town Council, S. U. Showers, Joseph I'vsineer and Jnhn S Tlnllolauirb: School Directors, James J. H rn ing, ii. H. Martin; Constable, Al bert Hackenberger; Overseer of the Poor, F. W. Noble; Auditor, J. C. Dimm URAJENEtTIIti. '" Juniata Couuty Poiuoua Grange No. 35. will uiMt with l-Wmiiiiaeb . Grange at the home t' P.nrther Pinion Ulsh, on Thursday and in day, February 10, and 17, ! PRIKiKAMME. Wolciinie by I'Vi'iiihii:ik1 lining. Kespou.se bv' I . K. Mc"illii" What to the standing of membership W An 1- a. X - . 1 "wgui i uave t Mrs. 3Ury IOn. VKiK wa anntni " UIVU AD IUQ HlfJf3L fWUva" cal, to keep the farm horse stabled w in pasture I Simon Ulsh. rding, Mrs. Mary HoruinJ- What to dn with tha. lnafiara. J- W. Replogle. How shall we miti- Kw the labors of the farmer's wiMJ Aettie Ailman. How to buy t nse commercial fertilizers witk economy, D B. Esh. RecitatioBf Grtie Hosteller. How to grow potatocrop, J. 8, McConaell. D tpay to cultivate floweret M Jane Sterrett. J. W. McCahan, Lecturer. Dr. King's New Discovery. , V i. V. ur.. rv.tv.