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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. PA. "WEDNESDAY JULY 12, 1899. B. F. SCHWEIER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOK. Chestnut trees are reported to have bloomed profusely. Sfaoi 1ms reduced her army to 108,000 men. One year ago she bad more than that n amber of soldiers in Cuba. State Superintendent N. C. 8chaef- fer has been elected principal of tbe Keystone Normal School at Kutz town, Berka county. York oorsTT has harvested one hundred thousand acres of wheat, which will not average orer ten bosh- els to an acre; so York county people tsy. Democratic politicians of Jeffer sn county. Pa., in county conven tion have declared for Bryan for President, but the democratic gold bugs have not spoken. The Republican State Conven tion will .meet at Harrisburg on Thursday, August 24, to nominate candidates for Judge of the Supreme Court, Judge of the Superior Court, State Treasurer. The Methodist ministers of Al. ioona, hare arranged for the holding of a aeries of meetings next October, to snatch as it were as many persons as they can from the circle of Satan's kingdom in Altoona. Old Satan is running rampant in the Mountain City. What say yout 'A man takes hog fat, the refuse of ham, shoulder and flitch; he takes the lye of wood-ashes and with a certain amount of water, he boils the fat, tbe lye, the water, the result is ip. Now what is soap. Is it the result of evolution? or is it a special creation. For the sting of a wasp, bee or hornpt rtr nthw iiuwl there in no " - handier or more effective cure than mud, plain mud. Tut a handful on the punctured parts. In ten ' minutes after fresh application of mud. Renew the mud every ten or fifteen minutes and your suffer ing will soon be over. The Barber shop inspector is a new officer whose duties are to in spect barber shops as to the way the shaving brushes and cups and razors are kept. It has dawned upon the minds of many people in large lo .TD8 that certain diseases or their modified types are given - to many people by the barber's general brush and general razor, hence tbe law for a barber shop inspector. The day after tbe 4th like the day after the ball was quiet. These who had industriously pursued the even tenor of their way, content that their way was the bast way to - celebrate tbe ssv, - bed mixed with their work grateful thoughts of tbe sacri fices of the fore-fathers for the equal ity of all men before tbe law which the 4th of July stands for. The noisy patriots were quiet. They had expended of their means in fire works, and they had expended of their physical energy in shouting the glories of the glorious 4th and their quiet was a reaction that was enforc ed npon them. So then tbe 4th was rather a satisfactory day for all, ex. oept those who bad been engaged in debauchery. And the day as a whole shows plainly that tbo people nava an abiding faith that all men are created equal before the law. A rcan who spent two weeks at the Virginia warm springs to sweat tbe tobacco, the boose and the rheuma tism grease oat of his body says it is all right, it is a nice place to go to, but a man with a lean purse cannot go through such a process of getting rid of tbe tobacco habit and the boose habit and the rheumatism grease or the stuff in his blood that makes rheumatism. He can however get id cf all those things in a cheaper way at borne by a complete daily sweating by putting on his old clothes, enough of them to insure a sweating npon tbe least exercise. T'jen exercise till every pore sweats. Tw -reeks of that kind of treatment and care in diet will cure malaria, tbe tobacco and booze babit and in most cases cure rheumatism. Care mast be taken in changing clothes. But this remedy is so near at hand. like tbe river of Jordan of old few cas believe in it. A MURDERER HUNO- Joseph Hollinger wss hung in the Harrisburg jail yard on the 28th day of last June. "The crime for which Joseph Holl inger was executed, was committed August 26, 1898. On the afternoon of that day he became involved in i quarrel with his wife, which culmin ated in tbe cutting of ber throat with a small pocket-knife. At tbe time Mrs. Hollinger was not living with her husband because of frequent troubles between them. Prior to tbat they had been separated for several times for tbe same reason. The murder was committed' while the woman was picking grapes at tne homestead, to which she bad returned for that purpose. She wa sooompanied to the place by' an other woman. When Hollinger saw them, he warned his wife away. She paid no attention to his remarks, and T-Vile she stood on a bench gathering grapes he seized her about the waist .and threw her to tbe ground, struck ber on tbe head and faoe and while holding her down with bis kpee drew a knife from his pocket and cut ber threat, almost severing ber head tram the body. Fearing bodily harm at the bands -of bis neighbors, He sought refuge in tbe hands of a Justice of the Peace, '.j whom he confessed his crime. The same evening he was removed to the .Dauphin county jail, in which he made a full confession of the murder to District Attorney 'Detwiller. All efforts in the courts and with the jloard of Pardons to save him from 'be gallows en tbe ground of insani ty failed, ' IAA A PA 1X41 nCVaUlOa. U)W BATE VACATWa VIA FESNBTL. VAKIA BA1LBOAD The Pennsylvania Railroad Com. pray baa selected tbe following dates for its popular ten-day excursions to Niagara Falls from Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington: July 27, August 10 and M.September 7 and 21 and October 6 and 19. An ex. perienced tourist agent and chaper on will accompany each excursion. Excursion tickets good for return passsge on any regular train, exclu sive of limited express trains within ten dsvs, will be sold at' 110 from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Waahiag ton, and all points on tbe Delaware Division; 11.25 from Atlantic City; $9.60 from Lancaster; $8 60 from Altoona and Harrisburg; $6.90 from Sunbury and Wilkesbaiw, $5.75 from Williamsport; and at proportion rates from other points. A stop-ov-ea will be allowed at BuflMo, Roch ester, Canandaigna, and Wstkins within the limit returning. A special train of Pullman parlor cars and day coaches will be rnn with each excursion. An extra charge will be made for parlorcar seat. Tickets for a side-trip to tbe thou, sand Islands (Alexandaia Bay) will be sold from Rochester in connec tion with excursions of July 27, Aug ust 10 and 24, September 7 and 21, good to return to Rochester or to Canaada:gua via Syracuse within five days at tbe rate of $5 50. Tickets for a side trip to Toronto will be sold at Niagara Falls for $1--00 on July 29; August 12 and 2C. and September 13. In connection with excursion of September 7, tick ets will be sold to Toronto Fair. For time t f connecting trains and further information apply to nearest ticket agant, or address Oeo. W. Boyd, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Broad Street Station, Phila delphia, tf. ANNUAL EXCURSIONS TO ATLAimC C1TT AJTO OTHER ATLANTIC COAST BJtSOBTS VIA FK N9TLVANIA BJULBOAD. Thursdays. July 20 and August 3 and 17, are the dates of the Pennsyl vania Railroad annual low-rate ex cursions for 1899 to Atlantic City, uidiituu v - - Cape May, Ocean City, Sea Isle City, Avalon, Anglesea. Wild wood. Holly Beach, N. J , Bethobotb, Del, or Ocean Cirv. MA. Tickets good to return within fif teen days, including date of excur sion. . A special train of Pullman Parlor cars and day coaches will leave Pitts burg on above mentioned dates at 8. 55 a. it , aiming at Altoona 12.15 p m , where slop for dinner will be made, reaching Philadelphia 6.25 t m , and arriving Atlantic City, via the Delaware Kiver Bridge route, the only all rail line, at 8.40 r. m Pass engers may also spend the night in Philadelphia and proceed to the shore by any regular train from Market street Wharf or Broad Street Station on the following day. A stop-over of ten days will also be allowed in Philadelphia on tbe go ing trip, if passengers will deposit their ticket with the Ticket Agent at Broad Street S'atior, Philadelphia, immediately on arrival. Tickets will he sold from the sta tions at the rates named below: Rate. T. Leaves Altoona ... 8 00 12 35 p. x. Tyione 7 65 12-56 - Hnntintrdon 7 10 1.26 " Mount Unioo . . 6 75 fl.44 u Lewistown Junct 6 00 2 20 " Mifflin 5 65 f2.37 " Newport 5 00 13.09 Duncannon 4 60 f3 27 " Philadelphia. Ar - 6 25 " Atlantic City, Ar 8 40 " Tickets will also be good on reg ular trains leaving Pittsburg at 4 50 and 8.30 p. x , carrying sleeping Bleeping cars to Philadelphia and 7.0o p. m.. earning r jllman sleeping cars through to Atlantic City. For detailed information in regard to rates and time of trains apply to Ticket Agents or Mr. Thomas E. Watt, District Passenger Agent, Pittsburg. 20. HIS LIFE WA SATES. far. J. K. Lilly, a raaiaent citiiea af Hannibal, Ho, lately a4 a weaaeriai ae lireraaes lrm a frightful death. la tellinf of it ha asjss "I was takaa with Typhoid Ferer, that ran iota Paeumonia. My lane became harassed. I ao waak 1 oenldn't area sit up la bed. Hotniof help me. I aspects te mob die 01 ConaoaiBtioa, when I beard of Dr. Kiss's Haw Dtacevary. was ooura ga" I1 relief. I centiBued to use tt. aad bow m well aad strong-, I eaa't sa too mach in ts praieo." Tale awralioa sjeaMiae w ian aoroat aad qaieksat cor in the world for all Throat aad Lung Troabla. Red u tar aisas 60c aad $1. Trial bottle (res at M. r. Crawford's drna atore; every lolia guaranteed. A Bimm of Cea way. "A curious innovation, "says the Bos ton Transcript, "at the coming Omaha eaposition will be a bureau of courtesy. Not ouly is the idea novel, but it is sur prising to learn tbat nearly all the peo ple of tbe city will be enrolled in tbe committee. Every member will wear a badge, and visitors will be at liberty to address any one who wears the badge sad ask for information Just as much as bs likes. The member, on tbe other baud, will be pledged to treat tbe visitor courteously and answer bis questions, or put hiss in the way of getting them answered." OaSM la IMSJaoaat Ceaatilea. The prices at which coke is quoted In different countries are given as $1.44 in the United States, 3.18 in Great Brit ain, S3. 34 in France, $3.86 in Oermany, $3.48 in Belgium, and in Spain $5.08. These figures are baaed on the quantity of coke uaed in the manufacture of a Son of besramer pig iron. At a Ueorgia camp meeting a gooa twnthnr mntinuallv reDeated in tbe mnm of a Inn? Dra ver : "Lord, send the mourners up higher I Hand 'em ud bizber right away I A Btorm was brewing outstAs. and as tbe hurricane swept down on them the brother qnalified his closing petition "But not through the roof, Loral Don't send 'em through tbe roof I Tbat would be too high!" Atlanta Consti tution. . A Dtleeaaaa. Hungry Biggins Here is an ad. in the paper tbat says "save your old rags."- Weary Watkins That sounds all right, but I bet tbe feller tbat gira tbat advice bad no barb wire fence in front of bim and a hie; dog behind him. In dianapolis Jonrns! . A. FEW ODD ISLANDS. DESCRIBED BY THE WAYNE COUNTY - (PA.) MAN. r Thrr Float Arwema la a rareteas Sort mt raahtta, VHk aa Oeeaelaaal Ojaocr S-rvak. Set aVIaaj to Bala Areaai Like) a Joaatev Taa. "I rend about the floating inlands off the month of tbe Mississippi the ether day," said tbe veracious man from Hnnesdale, Ps. "That reminded me that my own little old county can boot a few iiOacdxof the fort What county t Wayne, young man. ' YonH And It on the maps dne north of Pike county. Yon city chaps have an idea tbat all of northern Pennsylvania U Tike county in extension, but yon wer.- never so much mistaken about anything in your lives. Pike connty is all very well in it way. but its way runs to fl! liars and rattlesnakes. Now, . Wayne bus none cf the latter, but of the former well, talk about Pike connty Boning! Yonnft fellow, -Pike county isn't a markrr to Wayne wben it eoines to downright, houcvt, tl-an cut piscatorial ipnri. Pike mny lie about it better, bnt when yon come to ift the fact roin tbe Action Mure an Investigating com mission you'll And that Wayne catches tbe biggest trout and tbe flgbtingest bas.4 every time, and don't yon forget it "Bnt I Htnrtrd to tell yon about tbe floating islands in the old county. Way lm k in tbe twenties the Delaware and Hudson Canal company gouged a rbanntl in tbe face of tbe earth from Rondont to Bonrsdale and called it a canal. For reservoirs and feeders to this cannl the Irvcl of ponds and lakes along tbe route was raised by moans of dams from 12 to 20 feet While the dams were in process of building the timber abont tbe ponds was felled up to the artificial water line, and in many cases renlly valuable lumber was left to decay wbere it Ml. These dead trunks formed, when the water rose to its newer level, tbe bnixf thsae floating islands, which may be found in so many of the lakes of Wnyne connty. Intertwining branch es nnd twigs of tbe trwa themselves and large quantities of nnderbrush served to bind the lo-rs toi-thrr in something like a solid mass, thereby forming rafts of more or less buoyancy and size. Ii tbe course of time wntrr weeds of VB' rions kinds attached themselves to tbe rnft, and t ventnally became a part of it. Oradnnlly a light, tbin mold ac cumnhiteri on the island, and in this mold birds planted sovds ami grain which, spronting. growing and finally dying and rotting, did their pnrt in the mnkiti of the whole. All of the birger islands bear from one to a eenre of trees. ninnv of which bave attained a consid erable growth. "Yon mixht suppose thnt to walk upon or to fish from one of these islands would be a son r re of some danger, bnt aside from nn cccnHicnal wetting of the feet no iic-cidents from this cause have ever occurred. sof::ras I have been able to lenrn. The sensation produced by walkini on a floating island is very similar to thnt which you and I bsve both experienced when, as buys, we ran on thin, young ice, x thicker old and rotten iep. Yon remember how the ice rsed to bend under your weight as yem rnn across it. sometimes sinking nearly a foot and then with the next step ris injj to meet yon. possibly throwing you and perhaps giving yon a dncking' Well, it's the s.ime way with the float ing islands, bnt with tbe element of danger eliminated. It has tbe same fas cination, i f -v - - "Strange as it may seni. very few of these flouting islands bnve tavome per manent Iv anchored to the bottom of tbe lakes. They are as noimidic cud as nn settled in their babits as tbe Arab. Thev lack what we country people call stick-to-itiveuess. They nr the con trariest cusses that ever bapiwned. Sometimes a mere breath of wind will send one of them scooting from one end of the lake to tbe other and again yon ectilf'ui't bndge that same isluud with a 100 ton. componnd freight locomotive and a political pull. Owe thoroughly domesticated, however, they make ex cellent weather vanes, for they iuvaria blv seek the lee shore of tbe lake. "I recall a pecnliar thing that hap pened years ago tn the island in Wbito Oak iMind, near Aldenville. some oiijht or nine inib-s to tbo north and wept Ilouesdale. By the way. this ptirtk-Ts!.-ir island is the largest of tbe lot : so large. in fact, that the center rises fnlly tea feet alicve tbe water line. The farmer owning this island proposed erecting a summer bouse on the elevation, tnit was obliged to give it up owing to bis inability to lay a proper foundation without driving piles, and to do tbat would result in nailing the. island to tbe liottom. "Well, as I was going to say, this is land one day eloped with a southwest zephyr, which promptly deserted as soon as it bad got its consort into tbe middle of the lake. There it floated in sultry summer sun, with no means of motion in itself and milking time ap proaching. Presently tbe edge of a lit tie breeze from tbe northwest struck tbe wanderer on the port quarter and things began to look a little brighter. Unfortunately for tbe island, however, at about the same moment that the first cust landed a wind of - equal intensity came nn from tbe southeast and its edge caught tbe island on the starboard bow. In less than a minute these two contrary winds bad tbat island spi ning around like a top. Yon may be lieve this or not, as yon like. I can show yon the island any time tbat you'll come up to the old county. Cbicairo Inter Ocean. ... The proportion of deaf mutes to the BODulation is one to every 3,043. In 1851 there was one deaf mute to every 1.738 of the population. Physicians rkim that this decrease is mainly trace' ah1 tn sraater knowledge and care in the treatment of scarlatina in children. Plaaiaae. A Svracuse woman was in Boston some time ago, and she bad occasion to got a ebeck cashed, being without ready nmATF nhA nma no xnena who wm ily available, bat she went to a bank - . . and presented ber check. Of course she was told she would bave to be identi fied. Tbe cashier of tbe bank suggested that she might have one of ber cards. 8be took out ber card case, bnt tbe card abe produced proved to be that of one of j her friends. This caused ber a great; deal of sob fusion, but tbe aooomroodat- j Ing rajahjar suggested that snemtgnt . w Mantitv bv tha iniriala on her cardcase. Bnt these, alas, proved So lay tboasof her motber. Her contusion oon- tinned to increase until she thought of the initials on ber handkerchief. Tba martssd article was produced to ne put la evidence, bnt wben it was examined It was found to bear tbe imtaaja of an other friead. ghe was thwarted la every direction, bat tbe casbiay was "easy." Boston cashiers are appaaatstly not as strict as those in this par of tbe coun try, for tbis particular oa said Ae "guessed" that is was all frigs, and bs cashed tbe check. Conductor tf flim flam and tatwaaard nisi jissam Ii rooted to aMfem few a gtwd noJW nf Aixaox ZnootaauK. On tbo 28th ult at Tjrooe, as ine b. ths bride's parents, Matthew .1 Al 1ibo and Miss Blanch Zimmerman The groom is s son of Wm- M. Alh son, Esq , editor of tbe Jumato Her aid of Mifflintown, deceased. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. t a )7:Mnan nf Tvrone. Al- tor a trip to Washington, D. G, the bride and groom spent sews! days at the borne or Mrs. t,uen m. am in this town and then returned to Ty rone where the young couple wiu ne ?n hnnaa keening. The groom is capable and industrious in his bust- new. tbat or a joo punier, bride is s cheerful. joong woman elt nnalifiad io make a help mate. such as tbe good book contemplates the last and best gift to man snouia be. We present our congratulations nrl wiah thm anccess in office ' and house. . v- -v- Buckleo's Arnica Salve. tMCTOst TOITMSBLF AT SMB. Aant tnr a MnT of Dr. Humph-1 rev's Manual of all diseases and doe tor vonrself at Home. Bent rree on request. Humphrey a Medicine Co., New York city. . . . tolca-ic BBVarrram Are graad, but Skla Emptiest rob life of u- Bnrklea'a Arnica Halve, cures wem; alao um. Banning am uw. , Boile, Felon, Corns, wsns, vvi, Braanxs Burns, Scald, Chapped Bands, Chilblains. Beet File care oa eann. urivaa out rana Ar.hea. Oa v Zft CIS a DOX. vara smaraateed. Bold by ST. T. Crawford, Druggist. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. The County Superintendent wil) hold his annual examination for Teachers' Provisional Certificates at tbe following places. Township. Place. Time. July 12. July 13. July 14. July 15. Lack. Cross Keys, Tuscarora, McCoysville, Beale, Johnstown, Spruce Hill, Spruce Hill, Turbett, 1 Port Royal,! Port Royal, July 17 Susquehanna, Prosperity, July 19 Greenwood, Centre, July 20 Monroe, Richfield, July 21 Favette, McAlisterville, July 22 Delaware, I Thoinpson'n, ) I East Salem, July 25. Walker, 1 Fernutnagb, I Milford, Mifflintown, J'ly 26. Mifflintown, I Patterson, I Special Ex' n, Mifflintown, Aug. 25. Tbe examinations win begin eacn day promptly at 8 a. it. School Directors and friends education are cordially invited be present. Odes C. Uortxeh, County Sup't HO BieilT TO VeLIlfESS Tbo aosean who Is lovoiy ib face, font aad temper will aiwaya have (rieads, hat one who would bo Attractive mast keep her health. If she is weak, sickly aad all ma down, she will he Barren t aad irritable. If aha has eoaaMaanoa ar Btaaay woanta. her impose Mood will eaaee pimples, blotches, skm eruptions and s wretched eompiexloa. Electric Bitters is the host mediciao ia tbo worM to regulate sfoaaaeB, liver sad kidaays and to purify the Mood. It gives strong nerrrs, brigatoyos, smooth, velvety - skin, rich complexiea. It wil make a good.lookiag, charming womaa of a raa.dawa iavaUd. uaiy ov ei ai a. r. Crawford's drag store. el I FT UN TOWN OSAIV MS MIFFLINTOWN. JULY 12, 1899. Wheat 9 60 Corn tn ear.......... .... ..... 40 rata 20 to 30 Bve 15 Clo ereeod $2 to$2.50 Butter 12 Egaa 12 Ham IS 8bouldor. 12 Lard. ........ . ........... Fl Sides. 7 Timuthv seed $1.40 Paxsoed 0 Bran 70 Chop .'...86c to 90c Middlings 90 GrooBd 1 In n Bait . 7k AmertcaaBalt.... ............. 60c Philidelphu Markets, July 8J889 meat lie; Corn 38c; Oats 29c; eggs 14c; sugar 4 to 5c; geese feath ers 39c; duck feathers 18 to 25cts; Tallow at 2 to iota, potatoes 65 to 70cts for five-etghth of s bushel bask eh'Pennsylvania tobacco fillers 8 to 12cts, average Iota 14 to lHots, fine wradpers 40 to 60cts; timothy hay $1.10 a hundred pounds; mixed hay 11.05 a hundred pounds; applea at 75cta to 1.25 a bushel; whortle ber ries 6 to 9o qt: black-berries 5 to 6c; Coffee Rio 6 to 9c, 8antos 6 to 10o; Java 20 to 30c; buttsr 16 to 24c; beef cattle 13.60 to 5cts; bogs $3.40 to $4.15; sheep $2 to $5; lambs $3.50 to $5.50; Teal calves $7.00. e StTMMEK TOVRS T0 THE MOBTD. TWO TOCES TO CAJtADA VIA FESSSILVAWIA BAILSOAn. For tbe summer of 1899 the Pennsylvania Railroad Company has arranged to run two personally con ducted tours to Canada and North ern New York. The first tour leaving July 22, in dudes Niagara Falls, Toronto, Thou sond Islands, Rapids of the St Law rence, Quebec, Lake St John, The Sagoenay, Montreal, Au Sable Chasm, j vnampiaine ana weorfje, oar- . u i8uuuf ui hi uuuvviit I TT i A A- : occupying A i aaya. nousa irip rate $126, The second tour, leaving Aug. 12, covers the same territory with the exception ofiLake St John and the Saguenay, and occupies " 14 days Bound-trip rate 1W. Each tour will be in charge of one of tbe Company s tourist agents, as- I "wted by an experienced lady as chap eron, wboss especial charge will be lUDeaconea isxues. Tha rate covers railway and boat ; fare for the entire round trip, parlor i car seats, meals en route, hotel en tertainment, traaVafsr eharsss, and carnage aire. For detailed Cinerary, tickets, or any additional infonaation, address Tourist AfiSbt, PencsrlTania Bail. road ObmpaMffk 1196 Broadway, New York; 860 fOoii rtraat, Brofldy.; 789 Broad sitaet, Newark, fWW. BotiL laaiataaf Pasaetjrer liebt. Broad? ferwe O tion, Philadajlphia. -. IKGJL. a DMfNISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ; V . . i. u-. that letters of Notice m neyT of Abm A4n,taWT,i:7 lateTr Beale township, bam Brubaker, leV""V have been Juniata coum, a--i in 3SSJ Stfcii Jd estate will pr Administrator, Walnut, IHu J. N. Kki.i.kh, Attorney. A DMINISTBATOR S NOTICR Notlce'ls hereby jen that letters of . .1. in th estate of Mar- r . . it latonf irK townsnip. gwei nim..r rWmeA. have been granted to tbe undersigned, resid- ing In saia lowunniM. t , Bninat the said estate, win present the same for pay"0, ... Sylvester t . Pk ic k. MeCuiloch Mills, Pa. Atkinson & Pennem, Attorneys. A UDITORW NOTICE. r k R-tate of John B. Woodward, ISrfe of Tuscarora Twp., deceased. th. inB?rHbmed having leen ap pointed an Auditor by the Orphans h r i.,niata emmtv to make ais- uh.tk. nt th halanfw remaining in tbe bands of W. P. Bell administrator .i .... r i.ihn R. Woodward. Ul UK OTti j I .III Ute of Tuscarora Twp., deceased, will sit for the purpose of bis aPPntinent at his office, in tbe Borough of Mifflin town, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M.. and 4 o'clock P. M., on Thursday, August 3rd, 1899, at which time and place. All persons having claims against the said estate shall present the same or be forever debarred from participating in said fund. Auditor. July 8, 1899. POLITICAL AMBMUJajCE M KBITS. Tha following scale of pjicee for ssnonsc mcBts I-as been mntnailjr agreed upon by the undersigned, aad ao deviation from the same will b Btade. Congress. S20; Senator, tlO; Legiala ture, S7; Associato Judge Pr thonotary sad Treasurer, each, $5; Distrxt Attorney, Coantr Commissioner, BeprseeaUtivo Dot- ecateand Chairman of Cou ity Committee, each. $3; Auditor, 91. A. GY ALLISON, Editor Jummta Herald. B.F. SCHWEIER, Editor Skntiski. ani Kki'Uih.ican FOK TREASfnKB. Mr. Editor: Please announce that I am a candidate for nomination for Treasurer of Juniata county, subject to Republican rules and usages. John K. Eiikknzkm.kk. Cocolamus, Pa., Jan. 31, 1?!H. I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for tbe office of County Treasurer, subject to the rules and usages of the Republican party of Juniata. A. H. Kurtz, I rsMnM-tfullv unnauiim myself as a candidate for the office of Couiity Treas urer, subject to the rules ana usages or the republican party or jontata county WII.l.lAM IS. JUIVAHAX, Milford township, March 13, 1899. FoK tOMMISKlOXER. I hereby announce myself as m can didate for tbe office of Couuty Commis sioner, subject to the true principles of the Republican party, and will, if nom- inatea ana eiectea pieage myneir to put forth every lawful or reasonable effort to meet tbe urgent needs of the people. in tne aaNMirameni or tnetr taxeau. .. . . . M. R. Beamhobk. I respcctrully announce that I am a candidate for the nomination for the office of County Commissioner of Juni ata county, subject to Republican rules and usages. w i i-hon u m s. ThoBipeontown, Pa., March 11th, 1899. l hereby announce myseir as a can didate for re-election for the office of County Commissioner. A board of all new men labor under a great disadvant age. I have had tbe experience or one term and with that I ara satisfied I can better serve the public interest than when first elected. The present board have done well. They kept up repairs and pata a telling sum or the county debt. JKRKMIAH Lot'DKXKt.AGER. Mifflintown, May 9, 1899. I respectfully announce tbat 1 am a candidate for the office of County Com miseiouer, subject to the rules and us ages of the Republican party. J. W. HOSTETI.KK. Walnut, Juniata Co.. Pa. May 27, 1890. I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for thenomiuation of County Commissioner subject to the rules of tbe Republican party. HIMON FCTKR IjKYUKK, Van Dyke, Juniata county. Pa. FX)R PROTHOSOTARY. Mr. Editor : Please announce that I am a candidate for the office of Pro- thonotary of Juniata County, subject to the rules and regulations of the Repub lican party of Juniata. SllLliS K.. JHJUKiN. Academia. Pa. Afarch 1.5 1899. district attorney. f twnhv ennnnniw mi1 self aa a eandi- date for the office of District Attorney, subject to the rules and usages of the Republican party. u. JU. UOWER. April 1st, 1899. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of County Auditor. At a former primary election for a nom ination I was honored by the receipt of every vote' polled in thedistrict in which I live. W. . KRISTER, Dimmsville, Juniata Co., Pa. Please announce David K. Ulrich of Monroe township as s candidate for County Auditor, subject to tbe rules and usages of the Republican party. FAYETTE. July 8, 1899. DELEGATE TO STATE CONVENTION. Afr. Editors Please announce the name of Eli Farleman, Mexico, Walk er township, for Delegate to State Con vention, subject to itepubucan rules and usages. Delaware. FOR PROTHONOTARY. I respectfully announce that I am a candidate for the office of Protnonotary of Juniata county, subject to the rules and nsages or the Republican party. H. C. MoCi.em.an, Mifflintown, Pa., April 24, 1899. FOR COUNTY CHAIRMAN. I hereby announce myseir as a can didate for the office of County Chair man of the Republican County Com mittee. Wtm, L. Hoopks. Subscribe for tbe Juniata Hekti HEf.AKDRKPDBi.rcAN, tbe best paper In tbe county. Dr. King's New Discovery. ffONOERFUL are the cons by V of Hood's eiarsaparilla, and yet tbsj sre sbnple and natural. Hood's SafTaV URB CLOC3. tfV. . V(fVT Orf2 I of I pmi ''tJJsaMalkWHay. 7Tc crie sure cure for J ATTORNEY 8- AT -LAW. . : aUfruvTOvrHi pa. dsacsef wms a. "'-7 im - Bridge street. rrw-ColleetlBg sad Ooavoyaayam, " lysttaaded te. sjD.BIrOICB .CHWKTEM, Attomey-at-Ia-W' . sscllectionsandail legal busi ness promptly attended to. OFFICE IN COURT uuuo- NMXUwfoss, as. wawm Maawoaa D" K. D. M. CKAWrUBS ow . hlfafoeiaedaiavrtBerrtilpfor the Praetlre .rwlrlM and their eoBattstml Btancar-. Offlee at old stand, corner of Third aaa iov sngoatroota,sllmtowB,Ps. Oaov ". mi Tw- ha at their ofBea at au natss. unless etherwise profe-ionslly ea gaged. April let, 18U6. HP.DERR, a.frrirAL DEHTIiT .r tha Philadelnhia Dental n.ii na. at old established lo eation, Bridge Street, opposite n fifllintoan. Pa. IfOUViCV. www Court Crown sad linage wore., Psisless Extraction. All work guaranteed. PENNSYLVANIA BAILE0AD flnhMlule in Effect May -si, in Effect 1899. WESTWARD. Way Passenger, leaves Philadelphia at 4 30 a. ni; Hamsourg o ' " nnncannon 8 35 a. m: New Port 9 0? a m- Millerstown 9 lo a, m: Durwonl o'ni m: ThnmDsontown 9 26 a. m; r.n rt-k a aa a. m: 'mscaroni v . . a OA m; Mexico 9 40 a. m; Port Royal 9 44 a. m- Mifflin a.in a. m: Den holm 9 5 a. m: Lewistown 10 IS a. m; McVeytown in qs m- Watnn Hamilton 11 00 a. m; Mount Union 11 08 a. m; HunUng don 11 32 p. m; Tyrone 12 20 p. m; Al toona l wi p. m: i iiiNiurn " r- Mail kavai fmiaaeiniua ai . TT.rridairs- at 11 48 a. m: Mifflin 1 11 p. m; Iewistown 1 30 p. ro; Hunting- uon Z Z p. Hi; i vninc i i- p. tii St AH n m: PittHburtT 8 40 P. m. AHiwn Aivvtmmoaaiioii ievcn nai- . , -. u. risburg at h 00 p. m; Duncannon o 4 n. m: Xewnort 6 02 P. m; jHiliemown 6 11 p. m; Thompsontown si p. m Tuaramn fi :i0 o. m: Mexico P- m Port Royal R p. m: 3iimin o t p. iu Deiiholm 6 49 d. m: Lewistown t 07 p. m; Wcveyiown i aw p. iu; rnoium Hamilton 7 5U n.m tiuniinguon o w n. m: Tyrone 02 n. m; Altoona 9 S3 p. m. Pacific Kxpres leaves Philadelphia at 11 'JO n. m: Harnsburil at 00 a. m Marysville S 14 a. m. Duncannon a va a. m. Newport 3 52 a m. Port Royal 4 25 a. m. Mifflin 4.30 a. m. Lewistown 1 4 52 a in. Newton Hamilton 5 33 a. m. Huntingdon 6 03 a. m. Petersburg 6 19 a. m. Tvrone 6 52 a. m. Altoona 7 40 a. m. Pittsburg 12 10 a. m. Oyster Express leaves Philadelphia! at 4 35 p, m. Harrisburg at 10 20 p. m. Newport 11 Oft p. ni. Mifflin 11 40 p. m. Lewitttown 11 68 p. m.; Huntingdon 12 55 a. in. Tyrone 1 32 a. m. Altoona 2 00 a. m. Pittsburg 5 SO a. m. Fast Line leaves Philadelphia at 12 25 p. ni. Harrisburg 3 45 p. m. Duncan non 4 10 p. m. Newport 4 30 p. ru. Mif flin 5 02 p. m. Lewistown 5 22 p. m. Mount Union 6 03 p. m. Huntingdon 6. 22 p. m. Tyrone 6 59 p. m. Altoona 7 35 p. m. Pittsburg 11 30 p. m. EASTWARD. Altoona Accommodation leaves Al toona at 4 40 a. m. Tyrone 5 01 a. m. Petersburg 5 25 a. m. Huntingdon 5 37 a. in. Newton Hamilton 6 01 a. m. Mc Veytown 6 17 a. m. Lewistown 6 38 a. m. Mifflin 6 58 a. m. Port Royal 7 02 a. m. Thompsontown 7 17 a. m. Millers town 7 26 a. m. Newport 7 35 a. m. Duncannon 8 00 a. m. Harrisburg 8 32 a. m. Sea Shore leaves Pittsburg at 2 50 a. m. Altoona 7 15 a. m. Tyrone 7 48 a. m. Huntingdon 8 30 a. m. McVeytown 9 15 a. ni. Lewistown 9 35 a. m. Mifflin 955 a. ni. Port Royal 9 59 a. m. Thompson town 10 14 a. m. Milleratowu 10 22 a. m. Newport 1132 a. ni. Duncauimu 10 54 a. ni. Marysville 11 07 a. m. Harris burg 11 25 a. m. Philadelphia 3 00 p. m. Main Line Express leaves Pittsburg at 8 00 a. m. Altoona 11 40 a. m. Tyrone 12 03 p. m. Huntingdon 12 35 p. m. Lewixtowii 1 33 p. m. Mifflin 1 50 p m. Harrisburg 3 10 p. m. Baltimore 0 00 p. ra. Washington 7 15 p. ni. Philadelphia 6 23 p. m. ail leaves Altoona at 2 05 p. m. Ty rone 2.15 j). m. Huntingdon 3 17 p. n. Newton Hamilton 3 47 p. m. McVey town 4 20 p. m. lewistown 4 33 p. m. Mifflin 4 55 p. ni. Port Royal 5 00 p. m. Mexico 5 20 p. m. Thompsontown 5 18 rra. Millerstown 5 28 p. m. Newport 39 p. m. Duiicamion t) 08 p. in. Har risburg 6 45 p. m. Mail ExpreMi leaves Pittxburgat 12 45 p. m. Altoona 5 50 p. in. Tyrone 8 20 p. m. Huntingdon 7 00 p. m. McVey town 7 44 p. m. Lewistown 8 06 p. m. Mifflin 8 26 p. m. Port Royal 8 31 p. m. lllerstown 8 5 p. m. Newport 9 05 p. m. Duncaunon 9 29 p. m. Harrisbunr 10 00 p m. Philadelphia Express leave Pitts burg at 4 SO p. m. Altoona 9 05 o. m. Tyrone 9 S3 p. m. Huntingdon 10 12 pf m. Mount Union 10 32 p. m. Lewis town 11 16 p. m. Jfifflin 11 87 p.m. Har risburg 1 00 a. aa. Philadelphia 4 30. At lewistown Junction. For Kun- bury 7 50 a. m. and 3 40 d. m. week days. For Jfilroy 7 55, 11 45 a. m. and 3 00 p. m week-days. At Tyrone. For Clearfield and t'ur- weiisville 8 20 a. m. 3 20 and 7 20 p. m. week-days. r-or Itenefonte and Lock Haven 8 1 a. m. 12 30 and 7 lo p. m- week-days. For further information annlv to Ticket Agents, or Thomas K. Watt. Passenger Agent, Western Division, Corner Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street, Pittsburg. J. B. HUTCHINSON. J.R.WOOD. General Man'g'r. General Paas'r. Agt. AXLE GREASE wn isr tux woaui. "--T ""--nrii lem imul, aeeaS smlaetlaa two bea of asjretr brna. Was afSHtod hr heal UTtiCT tU Si EB VMuS yon nur. bt tim.kb8 nrmmjuxT. sy DaWMMia Ceeawmra Ac. aaveaa eeaSlac a etetdi ea Seeotetlna aa aaireeettaia ear oetaloa few whether aa jaTeMhMefihehlTaalelile. Comataalav M trim, nllirf - Fateete takea TtrriaairVaaai a kfCo SO YEARS CXPEIIICNCK v,ss The only full line Sumiiier clbthingin the county: Crash Suits to 4.00. Skeleton 3.50 to 5.00. CRASH PANTALOONS; ALL SIZES. Alpaca Coats.--Children's Crash Suits. Bicycle Suits. rantaloons, &c Crash and Straw Hats. Go where you can get what you want and at reasonable prices. Curtis' Co!lnrs.-AII StjJes-lOctfc HOLLOBAUGH & SON. McCLiINTIC'S HARDWARE and House-Furnishing STORE THIS STOREJHCTS THE PACE. THAT'S WHY , dnll here -MTer Thing, are 'ZZZri ahoDrers are quick to U.ai aa akajrTtni WeiOOUO 1U wuooav.-. . bs to fsTor of the tfrest Val.es to bs found in our new .Neat. Stylish, Inviting STORE. K. H. M'CLIWTIC, HAVE TOU L'OM TO DEPOSIT r ARE YOU A BORROWER? CALL AT TUB FIBST nsiooaii StlrTLIKroWM, TA. THREE PER CENT INTERE8T PAID OS TIME CERTIFlCATtb, toy Loaned at Lovest B&tei March 5, 1898. -THE Juniata Valley National Bank. o - GMtal .... $60,000. LOUIS K. ATKINSON, President. T.V.IRWIN, Cashier. DIRECTORS. Louis E. Atkinson. W. C. Pomeror. John Hertler. J. L. Bartoa. H. J. ShellenljerRer. W. N. Sterreti. T. Van Irwin. Interest allowed on time deposrta at tbe rate of tbree per cent per annua. January 11, 18M. Tha Sa)Set Hood's tbe vnrld fc. 2.00 -C. . . YOU LIKE IT. stupid. The foil life of the .tote aV A Spooiallj &'lajtei S tja-lc of Ranges, Cook, Parlor sad Skel Stoves. Hsrse Hotet and Lap Rotws. LAMPS, largeaod small. Cone ia sndlook around. WH make yen feel at home. We have the largest Stock v Store tn the eoooty. OUR ISTAMK GUARANTEES QUALITY- MIFFLIST0WN Get a rood paper hj satacnhisf 8ssrissa abb RarcaijoaB. isr Ike -SEVENTT-SEVE2r-r77.") -7ris Dr. Humphrey' famous Specific for tbe cure of Grip en Colds, and the prevention! PDeumo nia. All druggists, 25c. Subscribe for tbe SorrffU. RErtrmJcAM, a paper tbat contsiM choice reading matter, full if inform tion tbat does tbe reader f?ooi, and in addition t that all local nevstbtt are worth publishing find places its columiis. " HUMPHREYS' No. 1 Cure Fever. Ma 2 " Worms. No. 3 " Infants' Diseases. No. A, " Dierrhea. No. 7 Coughs. No. 8 Cwres Neuralgia. Nov 9 - Headache. No. IO " Dyspepsia. Nov II - Delayed Periods. No. T2 Leucorrhea. No. 13 Cures Croup. No. 14 " -Skin Disease No.- 13 " Rheumatism. No. 16 " Malaria. No. 10 " Catarrh. No. 20 Cures Whooping Couflb No. 21 " Asthma. No. 24 " No. 20 No. 27 " No. 28 Cur. No. 30 ' No. 32 " No. 34 General Zw Sen-Sickness. Kidney Disease Nervous Debrlit. Urinary Diseas Heart Disease. Sore Throat. ' Colds and Crip- No. 77 Da. HratraBBis' HoMBorATBin U or DnsASBs Hui.ed Fs?b. Small hotttoe of pfaaaant velleU. J Je J Pocket. Sold brdrasviele.i)r cent BteeeMjr reeetBt of prtoe, ceate, except Sot. '4. are made ti ns ,M ntilr. Hmmph'T' ahjs Compaur. Ill WllUam St.. Sew orfc HUMPHREY1V;. WITOH HAZEL 01L "the wtE onmUHT.9 ntaaVssoTa. T'liktT1"'