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REPUBLICAN 'FTOWN. PA.. nAT.Jl'NE 21,1899. -aril t'-'-" 1! St1 ,ti ill if not Paid ,n ad" la!" fD t.-Hiaill? and local i"" . line. n""1' n will be made to t hose de- . ,rti-lvtn rear, half or "".--..rrr-- 'g-mnTLorJts. ekctiou day, jfm.viaf8 '8d a lively time Ti;e wV.n is to Lave a new ceme T,isfwn people wm the 4tLf Jnly. TMPrn-'P for a potato Th ,1, itinera primary on rviiiirx .,.,r i.ni r bfis neen select- j pricfij! of the town schools. Krnrt" ------ . . ,r.Mt:irp was nimo9;. uownr . , Snn.l'iv morniOff. to tri "ut - i Or lVrfccr, E. . of Jlodia, yfela- FlE ij,,,. Sf veril loads of hay of 'J war's vil.e Call at this office. D." Guv E L-mdon will open an Qjtf.ipatfcic- .Wtnr offi.-e in Lewis- This fliiranif r snakes are reported pirttifnl a"'1 nn,,f"on,y disposed to bite. Mr- OiiFri Stewart and children of A'toona fire visiting Mrs. Stewart's parents- TW T Parter of Sharp-burg, Pa. nt s ily iu town with his brother RVrl Purler. V,s Ri.lv-rt Xixon ami children jf R.ilirs are visitii'g the family of ifr Jurors Sirannn. w;ls Pi,lurp Prttlon of Lswist'KvD, .nt Siiii.lav with her sister Mrs, her sister Mrs in! day in ho i' ?an lr w lisptism P-HtrttTinn piiurrh A niimiifr of rtrdren were l.iptize.l. If vui ("?)'t Iiatlic in the ocean, i ii..- - i.i. i i i t XQl C1U f?!i ,,H 1,1 " 1 11' ait'l "' tier ui ffsref snrf t un ler fow. i Jrv BH';u:if-r from this out is pre jj.'H, hfcvme last snmraer was wet rtli? w"ithrr prolielr. say. Piits.h'irrrprs are complaining that Cil.en tiitclif-rs are trying to shove raMir.c.l href -n the market. Miw Elizihr.th (Vull of Harris- bare w visit iDC ler iiiiclo and annt, r anil Mm John Hollobaagb, Jr. Mr. James Mathers of Altoona, ?Inl Siinnlur and Snnday with his nco!f dn.l mint Sir. r.nl Mrs. Atki tkint anii- (jrpe Howf-r, KepubUcau ca ia! I-t UiHtrirf. Attorney, uougut fi?T-n T Uffi entile from Judge Vvy InislH pre organized to pot iot.p rnp!e nut r.f business. It is en" vtK .f nnloni'inrj ou the unaus- Wtifit hnrvtim; will lo engaged ia nat w-'ek. if the frain continues tnrip.-n rqi.iy ps it has don th pa 1 f i'lit it iyo m .t ... i idp tiir nc-ii t!ep':one comrnv Pnt no ion ,ior wires last week Tip wire pl'ief-is wre a rapidly w rting j-t in town. Tbr Xevr York ebild kid nanper BirmiT has lief n Hfnt to prisin for a P"r'Al of 14 yeirs. It is a good long iTmnotilv keerved. T')e Tu.-o.rora Telegraph and Tel p'..t:p Ct. is evfendin? its lines to Bn..mh,.U, P. i rv .., vi RlNr tllP nnnflirpnionl Newport, r.f Alton St.-,: Rfr Mr. P-ruliaber, son of Mr. l!ac Brnhnl-pr of Milford township, ""cwiited a eallto preach -for a Lnhprsn cnrregiition in Phoenix Tdc, p4. two yonnp men in Milford town 'lip. cut .lown a tree. A cow of a W'sfMwir csnie that wav when the trff-f.ll. The tre.- fell on the cow. ill now. H"". T,. F. Atkinson and Pr. W. R- Rrulnrprs addressed a Sunday iM'.'.nl fH)tival gatlioring at Mount Pi'"suf, Wnll;rr township, laatSftt Bfliy afternoon. Ij B. Etki liai opened a grocery Btfirp in tko Kirk store room on Main Strpct in wli-eh he keeps everything -its i:nn np to date, and solicit J o olicits sir ex- sharp of your patronage In (hp Wiikf-sbnrre coal reio "imntsare being made with elec te,,ity and stone coal for the pur Pp of sr-parr.ic the coal from tj'na Edison is the experimenter. If tli T) on .1 r l j z - iy iiuuiucs ui uuju ut- lOW Tern lou j l i ji ; ' i-'iiiK r Kincu pf-ncu uuua did not. kill rabbits and partridges. wts an-1 partri.lcres to be seen in a Joifnev through the country. TV crnp of t.ns that falls victim " the electric lights is not so large itiis ur, which gives rise to the oon !ert", that the crop of bugs isgrow "jS l'gg every year. Tho cremation ' tle bugs excrfds the supply. oavemeyer sugar and custom tar- "1 l: What in engaging the thinkers "'he d.. oaire. Sugar is sweet ' but the inTu'"S'0n,s rtr'ff niia "een weighed n,hb ha!au,.p BDll f((uncl warjt.ing. br v JBV,"Hi luimin counij s hud was in town on Saturday "nooD, and on Saturday evecing 27 eo,cert in Court House yard, ent home on Oyster. Their -ii urew a manv people d the square. demooratc State Convention vm. irtwi, ween, wtmiu uub gfM bng democratic talk in 3wntC mi i.: J L --null- Alley X11B"1 IUt9U ttemptP..1 to talk as gold bugs. dot .,e8Pect for tbcir manhood a or tw walked out of the .jA"' n Tort State b shortened the hay crop and Ml other uuu Hummer orops. y nMather. ...... uu returned from a protracted visit in western state Miles L. Kauffman j. h h, prater that put up to large barn on 9e?- J Howw 's farm not far fm. Uuba Mills. A number of farmers are busv cutting will be close on the heels ol the hay cutting. ,.V Ex -Con pressman A elected medical director for the State v owe encampment G A R . that met at Wilkesbarre. The Agricultural department at Washington nays: The wrA'-u.i ass r i ur"m ;iF rr,,B..rwcB two and three hundred million bushels short vi8itinE at Captain McClellan's. The River Brethren held their Ifo Fred cl'ertson, Esq., of Lcwis feast at Jacob Shirk's place in Walker ,wn in tovrn on Monday. township, on Wednesday and Thurs .., uuo na io, present month. Bloomfield, Perry count.v h.. . .- izen who has been acron th ah:J ocean thirty eight times and expects ... """-iu mp mis sum mer. Oliver Whitmer of Newark ns; spent Saturday in town with bis friend Oscar Shover. Whit InAP hoo enlisfd for the Phillipine Island army. The Reedsville band nlaved m.n. musical pieces. One of the musical pieces they raierbt have played is: "We won t go home tin uiuruing. The democratic state convention at Harrisbnrg had not only a silver lining, but it was silver all over, and that insures a silver bug on the Stale Supreme bench. J Miss Mary, daughter of the kte v. A. u. Parker, deceased, of Raedsville, Mifflin county, spent sev eral days with the family of her uncle Robert Parker in town. The Bloomfield Freeman of June 14 sayB: Some of the farmers have had quite a time -with their corn. Some are re-planting and others sro re plowing the corn fields and put ting them in buck wheat. . Roy Stephens of Bloomfield caught an eel in the creek near tho town named, that required the help of Cas per Nickle a companion boy to land. The eel measured 35 inches in length and weighed over three pounds Mrs. Ezra Parker and chil of Washington, D. C, have come for a summer vacation, and aro at the Banks homestead at the corner of Cherry and 3rd street. Mrs. Park er's maiden name was Miaa Jennie Banks. "What is their position in societj?" asked tho inquisitive girl? "Well," answered Aiss Cayenne, "I should say they are betwixt and between. They aren't exactly no body, and yet they aren't really any. body." Washington Star. t y Miss Rachel Henderson wayuaTrof the recently graduated class of nine girls at Ogontz school near Philadel phia Miss Henderson is a daughter of Rev. J. R. Henderson, who preach ed for the Presbyterian congregation at Mifflintown some years aince. Bass at this time in the season frequent the places where the waters converge, for there the most bugs' and flies that drop into the water float to. Just where the watfr rip ples over s stone is a favorite place for them at this time in the year. The Mifflintown School Directors lust Fiiday evening selected the fol lowing teachers: Jlfisa Mary Diram for the grammar grade; W. E Au mm for the intermediate grade; Mi&s Mary McMeen for second prim aryjrade; Miss Mary Ltird for prim ary. By the favor of H T. Fernald. Pb. D., State Ziologis, there lies on the table of the Skutinel & Republican a phamphict giving a brief out line of the best methods for the proleclion of crops frcm insects and fungi. It is a valuable document fy the grow er of friilis and vegetables. J. P. Toder or Globe Mills, Snyder connty, was.bitten in his right hand by a copperhead suake lost Friday He was loading bark. The snake was between two pieces of bork that he lifted. Medical treatment was im mediately summoned, and he was not seriously ill at last reports. City Editor. Mr. Strong has been in to "day, and he had murder in his eye. How in time did you come to speak of Mrs. Strong's 'alleged hus band' in that paragraph about her accident!" J. Fresh: "I did it to stesr clear of a libel suit. You know you always told me to say 'alleged thief.' 'alieged murderer,' and that sort of thing." Boston Transcript. "Remember, boys, said the mss ter, '-that in the bright lexicon of youth there's no such word as fail." After a few moments a boy raised his band. "Well, what is it, my lad?" asked the master. "I was merely go. ing to suggest," replied lhe young ster," that if such is the caae, it would be advisable to write to the publishers of that lexicon and call their attention to the omission." TidBits. v In Oklahama they are managing cyclones Some time ago citizens of Hennessey bought a cannon for the purpose of experimenting with cy clones. It was said "cannon firing will burst a storm." They had not long to wait. On the 15th inst., that was last -Thursday, a cyclone formed and came moving in the di rection of the town. It bad an ugly look The cannon was quickly got ten out and a Bhot fired into the ccn ter of the storm. The shot broke the storm and saved the town. Port Royal Times: During one of the recent electrical storms that vis ited this section Mr. Menno S. Esh of Pleasant View stopped at the resi dence of W. H. Groninger, Esq .and was about to hitch his horse to a large chestnut tree that stands in front of Mr Groniuger's residence He was persuaded by Mr. G. to put his horse and buggy in the barn. Soon after doing 83 the tree to which he had intended hitching his horse was struck by lightning and badly owrod. It wm indeed fortunate i:"? ; Qir for h,d Mtors;neWO0,tlbe,ni0,, .-T -.7 ,reMater w- W. Landis, met with an accident recently in his barn m Turbett township. He was awng a straw hook to pull hay loose ii wPTld u' anpectedly. and he ti," "-citwaras and dropped through ", . " uw if me stable below, i distance of no 1ms tl.n i alighting on head and shoulders. The wonder ia he scaned death. TT severely hnrf, bnt is almost himself "gam. Bncklen's Arnica Salve j"ruie-o men anil one woman are in the Hollidayslmrg jail Miss Helen Diuuu of I,ew islown. Bncklen's Arnica Salve. Mr. Samuel Xankiveland f.uiiilv of Baltimore are visit ing in Pat terson. Miss Rose Gortuer of Selinsgrove is v isuing her brother Prof. (Men C. Gortner, - 3lost people don't look like themselves when thev have their piftnie taken -Miss Katherine Loirau was the guest of Miss Kmily Murray a few days last week. Thomas Dillman. a theological mum-in ui isicKiiiKon co leirc. is visiting his parents. Dr. King's Xew Discovery. Airs. Finnk Jones of Philadel phia is spending a few davs with tier ftitlier, Jacob Wise. The friends of Fitiiiimons sjiv Jeffries was to large and heavy a man tor Kit, to light with. Dr. King's Kew Life Pills. George W Heck has been giviug small balloon ascensions from the Riverside restaurant in the even ings. Miss Katherine Bennett and brother Thomas lieunett of Dan ville, Pa., are visiting Thomas Mc Clellan's family. Dr. King's New Discovery. Mr. W. tf. North has ltought the Licking Creek Valley farm that )elonged to his father for the fimi of six thousand dollars. On Saturday J. R. Roush aud wife; Irwin J. Cox and family-, aud W. W. I'lsh and wife all of Al toona spent Saturday with Prothon otary Zeiders and wife. Buck leu's Arnica Salve. Miss Gerl rude Speddy, who has been living with her uncle nd aunt Mr. and Mrs. Adam Weidman the past three years is alsmt to return to her native home in California. Dr. King's New L ifePills. The laws of Belgium prohibiting beef and pork frm America teiug taken into Belgium has been re pealed, and that repeal will make another market for American beef and pork. Dr. King's New Discovery. Isac N. Sieler Jias instituted legal proceedings against A. J. Pettit, claiming ten thousand dol lars damages for the alienation of t he a ffection of h is w i I'e Mrs A n na B. Sieber. Letters remaining uncalled for in the Miffliutoui, P.O., at the close of business, Sat.,- June 17, '!W. Joseph O Scouler, Miss Fannie Swisher, Isaac Harrison Wain wright, Charles B. Tennis. Dr. King's New Discovery. Jacob St oner of Fermanagh Twp., captured a monster rattlesnake in Slim Valley last week. The rep tile had eleven rattles, lie pre sented the snake to S. Boyd Mur layofthe National Hotel. Boyd took off the skin and will prolwibly have it ''cured." Dr. King's New Discovery. A doctor w ho has made a pro fessional examination of James J. Jeffries, the new champion fist fighter says: The new eha apion is nervously tired out. 1 le is at pres ent physically' trained "P to activ ity, but nieulally he is dead," and if he were to enter the ring now he would probably be whipped, be cause he could not think quickly enough to dodge blows. Dr. King's New Life Pills. r Mrs. Mary E. Teats, National Evangelist of the Department of Purity, of the W. C. T. IT. will lecture at Mifflintown in the after noon and evening of June 27th. At Port Royal June 28, and Mill be at the county W C. T. U. convention at East Waterford June 25) and 30. All are invited to at tend these meetii gs of which fur ther notice will be given Mrs. Teats is an excellent speaker aud worker, and we feel sure these communities will be benefited by her influence. Dr. King's New Life Pills. Some one who believes he can read character by one's walk says: Olwtinacy is indicated by the slow, heavy and flat-footed style of walking, while miserliness may be suspected from short, nervous and anxious footsteps, says the, Boston Traveller. Turned-in toes generally charac terize the absent minded,- and a stoop the studious and deeply re flective, whose thoughts are auy wbeie rather than with themselves. Sly, cunning people walk with a noiseless, even and stealthy tread, resembling that of a cat. A proud person generally steps even, holds the figure upright aud the head a little back, and turns the toes well out. A gay and volatile person trips lightly fnd easily in sympathy with his or her natu-e. Character is shown by all sorts of oddities in Minnie arid Katie Kepler of Thompsontown are spending a few weeks with their uncle W. H. Long. ' Through telephone line workers had quite a crowd of on lookers on Saturday noon "when they stretch ed additional wires on their poles (long Main street. . - Wells Calhoun. The home of ex-Sheriff James P. Calhonu in Patterson was beauti fully decorated last Thursday even ing upon the occas:on of the mar riage of his eldest danghter Jennie M., to Mr. Paul n. Wells of Har risbnrg. ' " The house was filled with invited guests at 8 o'clock, the hour the ceremony was performed. Rev. Fahs of the Lutheran church of tWs place married the young couple. The bridesmaid was Miss Sceala G. Hench of Port Royal and Aust in Calhoun a brother of the bride was the groomsman. The music was furnished by Miss Annie C. Wilson of Harrisburg, who played the wedding march. A guitar and mandolin clnb from Harrisbnrg composed of young men, friends of the groom, entertained the guests w ith elegant music, both vocal, ana instrumental. The following guests from a dis tance were present: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hauliert of Philadelphia, Pa ; Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Calhoun of Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Geo. F. Wilson, Mrs. Caro line Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Bender, Mr. and Mrs. John Wells, Mrs. Frank Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wells, Mr. and Mrs. John Finley, all of Harrisbnrg. The young couple left for a ten day trip through Illinois and Iowa and upon their return will go to house keeping in Harrisburg. ANNUAL EXCURSIONS TO ATLANTIC CITY ASD OTHXB ATLANV-C COAST RESORTS VIA PENNSYL VANIA RAILBOAO Thursdnys, July 6 and 20, and August 3 and 17, are the dates of the Pennsylvania Railroad annuil low- rate excursions for 1899 to Atlantic City, Cape May, Ocean City, Sea Isle C.ty, Avalon, Anglesea, Wild vood, Holly l?aclJ, N. J , Kohobotb, IK1., or Ocean City, Md. Tic'-tets good to return within fif teen diys, inclu lia data of excur sion. A soecial train of Pullman parlor cirs aod dav roaches will leave Pitts burg on above mentioned dates at 8 -55 A. M , arriving at A'toona 12 15 P. M., where stop for dinner will be made, reaching Philadelphia G 2 P. M., and arriving Atlantic J3ity, via the LMaware Itiver 15ri-ite lioute, the only all rail line, at 8 10 P. M. Pas sengers may also spend the night in Puiladelphia, and proceed to the shore by any regular train from Marks'; street wharf or Broad Street Station on the following day. A top over of ten days will also be allowed at Philadelphia on the go ing trip, if passengers will deposit their tickets with the Ticket Agent at Broad Stieet Station, Philadelphia, immediately on arrival. Tickets will be sold from the sta tions $l( the rates named below: Ra'e. 8 00 7 65 7 10 C75 T. Leaves 12 35 p K. 12 56 " 1.26 " fl.U 2 20 " f2 37 " 13.09 " 13 27 " 6 25 " 8 40 " Altoona. . . . Tyione Huntingdon. Mount Uaiou Lewistown Juact 6 03 Mifflin 5 63 Newport 5 00 Dnncannoa .... 4 60 Philadelphia. Ar Atlantic City, Ar Tickets will ala be good on regu lar trains leaving Pittsburg at 4 50 and 8.30 P. M., carryins sleepiuff cars to Philadelphia, and 7.05 P. M.. carrying Puliman Bieeping cars through t) Atlantic City. For cetvled information m regard to rates and time of trains apply to ticket agents or Mr. Thomas E. Watt, District Passenger Agent, Pittsburg. PENNSYLVANIA CHAUTAUQUA REDUCED BATES TO ilT. GRETNA VIA PENN SYLVANIA RAILROAD. For the Pennsylvania Chautauqua, to be held at JWt. Gretna, Pa., July 4 to August 10, 1899, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will sell special excursion tickets to Mt. Gretna from New York, Washington, Baltimore, Frederick, Md , Canandaigua, and intermediate points, including all stations on its line in the State of Pennsylvania. Tickets will be sold June 25 . to August 10, inclusive, and will be gcod to return until August 15, in clusive. 28 MARRIED: Jacobs Saccermak. On the 15th inst., at the home of the bride's pa rents, Mr. Josiah Gingrich in Walk er township, by Rev. W. H. Fahs, Harry A. Jacobs of Jersey City, N. J., and Mrs. Alice E. Saucerman. Pannabaker Kauffman. On the 15th inst., at Mifflintown, by Rev. Wm. R. Pickens, A. S. Pannebaker of Patterson and Clara Ada K luffmau of seme place. Wells Calhoun. On the 15th inst , at the home of the bride's . pa rents in Patterson by Rev. W. H. Fahs, Paul H. Wells and Jennie M. Calhoun. AURRUQtC LICENSE: Applied for June 15, Royal Bruce Allen and Ettie Marshall, both of Enst Waterford. DIED. Milltjlen. On the 7th inst , at his home in Tuscarora Valley, James MilLken aged 60 years, of kidney troubles. Mr- Milliken was a prominent and most useful cifc:zen in Tuscarora Val ley. He conducted a farm, the. un dertaking business and was a general contractor. He was an elder in the Middl Tuscarora Presbyterian Cfa. He will be missed a long while in the community in which he lived and by all who knew him and were brought into personal association with him. Dr. Dmrid JCaaaady'a Fmrorite Xemedr rreanaatlr auw numbers ol family. Who if la oouidared by nur to b Kidney a4 Bladder Medicine, it to just aa certain matism. Scrofula and Ecxema. This beaitny oonaiuen, so they can sift all impurities from Healthy blood practically means a completely healthy Her ia a letter from Mrs. Capt. Parma Rack, of N. T. : " My hatband was troubled with his kidneys, fearfully with shooting pains through his back. He Darld Xennedy'a Fmroritm Memtdjr, and ta now well ana strong;. Although seventy years of age, he is as hearty aa a man many years younger. I was so troubled with Dyspepsia that it was painful for me to walk. My food did no no good, - aa my stomach could sot digest it: Somebody recommended Favorite Remedy to me, and after taking two bottles of it I was completely cured, and am feeling splendid now. We both attribute our good health to Fmrorite Remedy." It ia prescribed with unfailing success for Nerve Troubles, and for the Liver and Blood it to a specific. It has cured many that were beyond the aid of other medicine. Ask your druggist for it, substitute, n wm cost you li.oo for Catnpio If you want to try Favorite Remedy before buying, send your full peet- mce aaarcss to me u. David Kennedy CoKrosATiOM, Rondout, N. Y., end mention this paper. They will send you a free trial bottle, ell charges prepaid. This genuine offer is made to prove to everybody what a wonderful medicine it to. Schott's Stores. GREA.T OPKNINtr OF SUMMER GOODS IMJHIINCJ Till MONTH Arrivalb of Summer Dress Goods delivered. We bought the goods at right prioos to produce quick buying. Beautiful Scotch Lawns, dainty and choice patterns, which don't fade at 4ote. Dainty fine Organdies iu Fancy Figures, f anoy'stripes and plain colors, jnst the thing for a eool dress or waists Piquets and Welt Goods in Plain dressy for a skirt or Shirt Waists at lOo White Goods and embroideries, Linen and Cotton Goods for eool sum mer Garments, worth i more thtn we aro asking, bat we bought this below present market prices and we givo you the t eneut of our bargains. Our suits and waists, skirts and wrappers, retdy to dress are all perfeot in stylet and are sold at very low prices. Laee eurtaim at 4io and 50o a pair, and the-finest Nottingham and Irish Paint Curtains for less money than import prices. Striped Carpets for 12Jo and 21 c; fine Iccrain Carpet at 25o, and finest releotions of Ingrainp, Ttpestry, Brussel and Velvet and fine Axuiinster car pet at Wholesale Prices. Felt Shades with Spring Rollers at lOo. Felt Shades with Spring Rol lers and Fringes 2 shades for 25o, oil shades plain 25o; oil shades with Fringe on them for 29o; a few rolls of matting at 12 jc Great scleetion of Shoes for Summer Wear, none bettor and none cheaper anywhere, without exception. Lancaster and Amos Keag Ginghams st 5ots a yard. 103 TO 1O0 BRIDGE STREET. 1865, ESTABLISHED. 1899 1 Special Invitation rlo lite Puhli To attend the Attractive Sale ol Clothing that goes on daily from THE IMMENSE STOCK OF D. W. HARLEY. It will be TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS Who nave money to invest to examine the Stock of Goods for MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN It is truly marvelous to. See THE BEAUTIFUL STYLEJ of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices. His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't f ul to give him a call if in need of Clothing. T). W. H ARLEY to cmr Dytpepsia, ConstipatiM, Mmm- is because It first Bats the Kideeys ia and Insist npoa getting It. Doa't take a regular full-sued bottle. BottSo Frco which were bought before aod are now at 81c, lOo, 12lo and 15o. asd Fancy Figures, fee. Nice and and 15o. bdy. Hudsoa. andsuSarai took Br. New Stock of Spring Clothing, ; GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, FURNITUBBr - GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE,gAT Meyers' Big Stores. 0 0 0 0 Men's and Boy's New Spring Suits. Tin so Men's suits aro etriclly all wool and we have them in all sizts, and wo have them in 'single and double breasted at $4 62. Now men fall into line and secure one of tbe.Be Fine Imported Dress Suits, in all shade and colore, and made perfect to equal merchant tailor prices. Worth $18. for only $12 These Frock and Sack Suits we have them in i II sizod and styles, and we guarantee to give you a per fect fit at $6 50. You can take your pick and fit from 372 fine .dre" HUits, which are nude in Sacks and Cutaways, we have them in all shades. Suits worth $12 we sell now at $8 75. We start the Boy s department from $1 87 to $8.50 The nuaortineut includes hundreds of double and sinele breasted suits. Many of these suits being all wool and they are all in the LATEST SPRING PATTERNS in brown, plaids, checks and plain colors. These are all well made and trimmed, aud run in age from 10 to 19. Irann;nee assortment to select from. - Our Children's Department. The largest display of Bjjs' pants in Juniata County, and they are all made of strong material. The pizes run from 3 to 16. and sell from 18c. to 50c. 300 Children's Suits, e:zea from 3 to 16, at 90o. 265 splended Vested Suite, at $1.25, would be cheap at the regular price of $2. 567 Children's Suite, in Double Breasted and other styles. Tour choice at $2 38. 375 Children's Suitn, this is a grand line Btrictly, all wool, DouM Breanted at $3 38, whioh should be $5. A erand new line of Spring . o . . ' . nici;n f:nuio ni the pr real est f- ' , - ry of Trunks and Satchels at low FURNITURE. Thomogt marvelous showing of up to date Furniture ever attem pt ed. Everything new in design, no old stock Nothing but the very bestmakes by (he bst manufacturers with mch farsightedness that we offer "Beautiful Furniture" at jubt one half the regular value. Wc jiiBt received and unpacked the grandest design of new and upon date Furniture. Our three floors are packed to the utnioet ex tent for your inspection. A grand eekction of Parlor Suitp, Uphols tered Rockets, Conches, LoungcB, Sota, ExteDaion Tables, Hall Backs, Side Boards. Bed Room Suifs in nuuierouB slyW. Office, Diumg Room and Kitcbti. Chairp, Spring Mattr. wp, Cots, Ciiba and Cradles. In fact every thing kept in a first class Furniture store. Ferd Meyers, Tuscarora Valley Railroad, BCHKDITLE IN EFFECT MONDAY, JPNE. 20, 1898. EASTWARD. STATIONS. No 1 No.3 DAILY, Elt'ETT 6UHIMY. A. M. P. M. Blair's Mills .lv. 7 25 I 15 Waterloo ... "... . 7 31 I 51 Leonard's Grovo 7 37 I 57 Ross Farm 7 45 2 05 Perulacl; 7 52 2 12 EuFt. Woterford 8 05 2 25 Hcrlinmn (4 17 '2 37 Hoi .rv Giove 8 22 2 42 Fort Biuhoin 8 30 2 50 Wsrble S 33 2 59 Pleasant Viw 8 44 3 04 Seven Pin.... 8 52 3 12 Spruce Hid 8 55 " 15 Grahams... 9 03 '5 S3 Stewart 9 (JO 3 6 Freedom 9 09 3 29 Turbett 9 12 3 32 O'd Ptrt 9 IS 3 38 Port Royal Ar. 9 25 3 45 Tiins Nog. 1 sod 2 connect at Fort Royal witb Way PatutBgcr and Seashore Express CD V. B. V., prd Fee. 3 ard 4 witb Mu par WESTWARD. STATIONS. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. No.: No.4 A. 19 10 M. 20 27 33 36 P. M. 5 05 5 12 Port Koyol Old Port 0.0 1.3 Turbett. Freedom Stewart Graham's Sjvruco Hill Seven Pines Ple.anaDt View. . . . Warble Fort Bighorn Honey Grove. . . . Heck man East Waterford.. Pcrulack Hops Farm ...... Leonard's Grove. Waterloo 2.810 3.7 10 4.4.10 5.010 cslio 7.210 90111 10.0:11 18 21 395 24 42 5 27 50 5 35 53;5" 38 0115 46 06 5 51 15 6 00 23,6 08 28,6 13 40,6 25 53 6 38 006 45 08,6 53 14,6 59 2017 05 12.0 14.0 15.1 17.5 20.5 22.0 24.0 25.5 27.0 Blair's Mills Ar. Trains N os. 2 and 8 connect at Blair's Mills with Concord, Doyletbnrg; Drj Ran, Noasville. Neeljton, Shade Gap, 8 bade Valley and Goshorn Station Stafa Lines. J. C. MOORHEAD, Superintendent. T. S. MOORHEAD, Prttideni. Ml A Voiuable Boole on Kcrc-i llM.ie4 sent free to acvr-:. J j Sm tbla Hiediclne free of churKc . Tmn remedrhas beeojorepaied By Uia :,r KoeliiK. ot Fort Wyue, Ind, since ut.bM vrp-rttl ttuder direction brtlib fCOf.NIC MED. CO.. Chicago, V. W ly Urucsiata at SI per Bottle. C i: I : -j-eSlwj.ti.73. fi Bottle for!- ' A F&r3nsTfil& bM over and 0 0 0 0 0 Hats and Caps and Gents Fur , l- 1 A 1A .4 values ever uiiereu, i. ui price. 115 and 117, Bridge Street. KAIL.RO AO TIttU TARLtJ. pEKKT COll NTT RAILROAD. The following schedula went Into effect Nov. 10, 1896, and the trams will be rnn aa follows: p. m 4 30 a. m 9 05 Leave Arrive a. m p. m Doncannoo 7 64 2 28 Kioe's Mill 7 49 2 23 Sulphur Springs 7 a 2 'Ocrman Sidinc 7 44 3 18 Mont-bPllo Fail; 7 41 2 16 Weavrr 7 40 2 Ig R.lly 7 86 2 08 HfHn uT 7 31 "2 65 Knti 731 2 08 Mabaorv 7 23 2 00 BloomHWd 7 23 1 41 Treasltr 7 09 1 39 Nellaoa 7 04 1 31 Duni'a 7 01 1 28 Elliotoburg 6 68 1 25 ' Bernbeisl's 6 61 120 Groen Pirk 4S 1 18 "Montour June 6 83 1 15 LauJis'.urg 6 28 260 Arrive Leave a. m p m 4 86 4 39 9 T9 3 41 9 11 4 45 4 4 9 II 9 15 4 61 9 19 4 I 9 ' 4 3: ri 4 6' 9 5 10 19 44 5 14 3 43 6 21 9 64 5 24 9 67 5 27 10 05 6 32 10 ( 7 6 34 10 17 6 87 10 80 6 02 10 35 p. m a. m Train leaves BIoomrleM at 5.53 a. m.. and arrives at Landisbnrg at 8.23 s. m. Train leaves Landisbnrg at 6.08 p. rn., and artives at Bloomfield at 6.40 p. m. All stations marked ) are Dap stations, at which trains will corns to a full atop oa signal. Cns. H. Sshi. H, riesidenl. Snpl. VIEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAX I 1 ley Railroad ComyaDj. Time taWe uf pastetngcr trains, in effect on Monday, May 18th, 1896. rfiTATlOUS. fast wart: warS. S JL!ZL p m ; ; A Ml 6 05 10 35 6 or. 10 3H, 6 12 10 42' 6 15 10 451 6 25 10 62i r u 0" 3 67 8 64 3 50 3 44 8 1 8 83 3 82 3 15 8 10 3 04 2 ft 2 49 2 45 2 40 2 38 2 24 2 29 Newport ......... Rnflalo Bridge.... , Juuiata furnace ... Wabneta ,., S 8'J' 8 27 8 23 8 20 Sylvan 8 16 8 II 8 08 Watr Ping Bloombeld Jnnct'n, 6 K 11 011 6 81 It 09 VallevEoad b 3911 (W 8 00 bliiottsburc 6 61 11 21 6 64 11 24 7 46 (reen Park ....... ? 40 I.ojsville Kc.rt Kobeaon 7 05 11 35 4 84 7 26 7 1 - 7 1 1 ; 1 1 41 7 15 II 45 7 21 11 61 7 27,11 67 7 8612 06 741 12 11 flentrr Ciena's Kon 7 I5! At.-torsonborg Btiiio .. . Mfiont Pleasant . ., New German t'n ... 7 10! 7 08 6 68 7 45! 12 15 6 60' O. GRING, President and Manager C. K.. Millie, General Agent. FARQUHAR Variable Friction f s saw mu. hhx Center 6rsnk Engine I!;i;m!, rccurate, strong aril nimplP. Willi lar BiHa or whrt'la. Wmp4 nnrtsafe. No Fnrquhn Itfitlpr ba ever cx I!tdetl. Ao Biuniiaid vrrtculturai rniniratB hgenrallv. Hay Preset a BtH.-oialty. Send for CmtiiluKue and prices 10 A. 3. FARQUHAR CO., Ltd., York, Pa. tiEIlCIl & DROSGOLB'S A A'unC.i-rrnl i.iiLrr.vi LUPi.t in F.'i. lian i ecus ' 1 (iia-llnok. lu. s iinitiohf.1' riut'i:i rlHtcr .s! ;Wel:yother in thonttck-U l-'nt'lUkB I lilru tc:, .'iiNiiii all tne frsl svamut Muml mil wliile I tns: trrat aavinc in ptivrrr hI var. (.'ab. t : nr.t pru-. (rv.-. Ar-wi srinrt lltrr.v, r'-'il?91rv 'irn PLiaierw, s'ite'ilfr, u: iV-v'C- tin ra;-. KSSi-?l X: !?03WMLI. Mfrn., Tart., mm for Mr. Esh that he took the profer- gau.