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tsnAY, AUG. 2, 1889. .KO-fl.OO per year if paid St"4 .1 hi if not naid In ad- " advertising and! local I1: ..n will be made to those de- ..uertise by the year, half or net ? - Sinn! LOCJILS Rcklen's Arnica Salve. umcv is persuasive thing, i The knitting fswtory is at work. The war the rhillippine jfi K""1 -XuKer 1S a,nong rel" Hve i Harrisburg. , frank Murray of Washington, p C, is home on a vacation, y Mrs. Kl. is visiting her B.,liei Mrs. Chubb in Oriental. Bm klcn's Arnica Salve. There was a dante on the Port Royal lair groium iai rriuajr night. ( uiss I'aiuiabaker ot Philauel-. " r . r T T phia is the jruest oi ,ur. neurj Si.-ht.ll. t Mi- Maud MU key ami frieud of Baltimore is viBiuug miss cess Peniiell. Ali.s Margery I'atter.on visited . . t : ... f-. 111-. her auiil .Mrs iiimsiii .uixusunc liist week. Ir. King's New Life Pills, y' Ellis Stump of Philadelphia is spending his vatsation with his pa rents in town. y i". V. Hal ford of New Geniiantown is the guest of T. W. Anker's laniily. I nlavorable we-ather has dam jyel the wheat in Washington and Oregon i-r cent. y Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Mickey of Tlioinjisontown have taken up their rei'len e on 3Iain street. Ir. King's New Life Pills, y' Miss Nettie Sniyser of Newport, has Ixt'ii spending a few days past with lit t friends m town. The man who sleeps in church (liirin-' incachiiiii is credited with having a clear conscience. ' Win. Xankivel and family ofAl tiMina will move into Sehlegel's house Those who have threshed oats report a large yield, but the yield of wheat is not up to expectation 1 here is yet a large percentage of the its to cut. Some farmers num. A., ti ' nnmt Af -r. Jsn- Pa ,cnred herself of diabetes by a fast of twentv-fmir HaV. ai nothing and drank only water dor- Dr. King's New Discovery. Alonza Robert WesteistSt., New York city, is under surgical attention bv th connty oh aceonnt of a broken leg, received on the cars on which he was beating his way. Sheriff Ston er has him in charge. Dr. King's New Discovery. . List of uncalled for letters re maimng m the Mifflintown, Pa. Post Office, at the close of business on Saturday evening, July 29th, 1899: Miss Sallie Hinderliter. Miss Anna McCartle, George S. McLean, William Mooney and Bender L. Boss. Dr. King's New LifePills. Rev. John Beashore and Mrs. Beashore his wife of Blair county. were in town on Monday on , their return from the funeral of the mother of Mrs. Beashore, Mrs. Peter Shellenberger. The inter ment of Mrs. Beashore took place at the Mennonite cemeterv imar Richfield. Mrs. Shellenbercer was aged 89 years, months and 3 days. Dr. King's New Discovery. Mr. B. W. Kaulfman the enter prising carpet factory proprietor met with a painful accident recent ly by having his right foot caught iu the machinery of the factory en gine. One toe was clipped off and A I - ine auioiuiiijr creat toe was so crushed that amputation became necessary. It is hoped Mr. Kanff man may soon le about in his us ual useful way. Dr. King's New Discovery. C P Huntingdon one of the rich men in the United States gives this recipe for getting rich. "The best way to become rich is not to talkdnring business hours. Don't let your competitors know what jour next move is. Might hours sleep every day and twelve work. IKia little more than you agree. Meet bills as they fall due. Put by a $1 bill out of ever' live you earn aud invest it in some sound banking, railroad or real estate enterprise." Dr. King's New Discovery. At White Cloud, Mich., on the 31st of July, a threshing eugine ex ploded and was blown 150 feet, driving it through the barn where it was at work. Half of the sep al TViaS3UT AT Send for a eopy of Dr. Humph rey's Manual of all diseases and doe tor yourself at home. Sent free on request. Humphrev'i Medicine Co., New York city. FOB RENT. Hollobaogh't Building on Bridge St, JlfuHintown, Pa , suitable for Restaurant and Billiard Hall, Photo graph Gallery, Cigar Manufao tury, Kintergarden, Fnrnitare Ware Booms, Axs., and two-etory building with basement. Address, J. E. Hollobacgh, Mifflintown, Juniata Co , Pa. does Aquinaldo, a Filipino, that not want to be Americanized. The thermometer ran along among the 80's the greater pai tol labt week. The sale of wild west horses took place last Thursday on the North farm. The Indian Mound harvest home will be held Saturday. August 19, 1899. Joseph Hughes and daughter of Jjewiatown. epest last Friday in town. Miss Lottie Hackenberger of Phil adelphia is visiting her parents at East Point. D. B. McCulloch of Port Royal has gone to join the Juniata colony in North Dakota. urator was carried with the ensrine M:iin Stropt. Patterson. fthnnigh the barn. Six of the . . ' threshins crew were killed and two . 1. 1- I 1 , I were severely injured. Low wa ter in the boiler caused the explo sion. The engineer knew the wa ter was low and raked out the fire before"nrning ou water, but the have their ots cron iii theirhanis. boiler was too hot when the water --T Mr. and Mrs. Georce Kersuerwa if Danville are visiting Mrs. K's parents Mr. and Mrs. Berry of this place. Miss Helen Dimm of Lewistowu. spent Sundav with her icrand-pa- ; "JT.Vir. a id Mrs. Captain " Me Clellan. " liiickleu's Arnica Salve. was turned on. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. you," clear 'The testimony against said the police justice, "is and conclusive. You spend your time committing petty thefts." "Yes, your Honor," responded the prisoner, venturing to wink at the Court, "lam an embodied protest against the existing condition of things. I am a round robin, j our Honor." But his Honor was, equal to the emergency. "For the next sixty days, anyhow," he said, frowning at the prisoner, "you won't be around robbin'. You'll le aj'ailbird. Call the next case." Exchange. Dr. King's New Life Pills While crossing the fields north of town last Monday, Kev. Wm. Pickens found an . ancient looking "land turtle," but when he turn ed it to look on the under side he was more surprised at the ancient date that was plainly visible ou the under shell. The old date sur prised him more than the old ap pearauee of "the turtle." There was plainly to lie seen the letter C, and nnder the C. were the letters W. A., and the figures or date 177i. The marks of letters and figures indicate that they were put on the turtle years ago, but it is an unsettled question whether they were placed there in the year 177(5 or at a later date. Dr. King's New Discovery. Mr. Kurtz Kauffman another prominent and highly respected citizen of Fermanagh township. Miss Lizzie K earns of Mifflin Co., nwle to town on her bicycle, Sat urday ami spent the day with friends. Mrs. Chas. Stone and children of Washington, I. C, are visiting Mrs. Stone's mother Mrs. Strayer of Patterson. People who are troubled with iusnmania. sleeplessness may find a reined v bv usiiur a smelling bottle of asal'oetide. .John G. Fisher for many years editor of the P.edford Gazette, died in I'-edl'ord ou the 17th day of July, aged : years The month for the making of the com ( nip is here, if August lie conies a dry month the coru crop must needs be a short one. I;ev. m. M. I-indis. dietl on the LMith of Julv at Kebersburg, Centre county, after a two days illness of paralysis of the Itowels. I'm-laiine! letters in the Patter son. Pa., TMst office, Aug, 1, 1899: J;is. Hiisler. Clem Danirherty, A. .J. (Jross, Win. Kuapp, J. Ryan When a church gets a new preacher, it has the same effect for a time on the meinliers as a New vm's resolution. Atchison Globe. Alter having spent six weeks at 'he 1 teof Tom. McClellan in the Kast Kiu, Miss P.ennett of IVan ville, returned to her home Satur day. I he eorn and oats on the farms of .J. W. Orwig. Pharesuiid Elmer v h-.unback near Middleburg, Sny- lcr county, was destroyed bv hail recently. Mrs Lemuel Seiler and daugh ter of (ettyshurg, returned home rruiay, after having spent two woeks with Mrs. Sieber's mother Mrs. Rothroek. The Leiters are not in wheat speculation, but arc headingacom bination of all air-power moter ve hicle coiu erns in Chicago and New York uuder a capital of twenty million dollars. Alexander Boggs of Lack town ship, died last Saturday of a com plication of diseases aged Ii9 years. The funeral took place on Monday. Interment in the Waterloo Presby terian cemetery. M rs. A n n ie Ul rich of G lobe Mills, Snyder county, is reported serious ly ill from the bite of a house snake. The snake was eight inches long and was concealed among some plants that she was handling. Kloointield Times, July 28 The luKly of Daniel Gauntz, who has lieeu missing for some weeks, was found iu the woods near Marys- ville a few rlnva in TTa tiaA ox-i. deutlv committed suicide, and such ! One of his daughters is the wifeof was the verdict of the inouest. ' senator wm. nenzicr. mo mu Considerable cash and a pension ' eral takes place this Wednesday An earth-quake and the vomit of a volcano took the life of two hundred people in Honolula. The preachers are giving Bob In gersoll "hail Columbia," or some thing not quite bo soothing. The new possession of Hawaii has climate and soil adapted to the prof itable raising of coffee and sugar. Young women are taking to the fashion of their great grand-mothers of wearing night-caps to keep their hair in place at night. A Snyder county man bad a peach orchard that contained 2000 bushels of fruit. A hail storm came and knocked off every peach. The coming fuel is electricity and when the new fuel is fairly introduc ed the days of coal mining will have b:cn numbered with the past. Too body of Robert G. Ingersoll was cremated in a xork state crema tory last xnursday. The coma was plain blnck without ornamentation. Bryan charges one hundred to two hundred dollars for a speech, if he has not to travel too far to deliver it There is that much in the name of Bryan A. P. Simpson of Mill Creek, Hunt ingdon county, has a plum orchard of 2100 traeB from which he expects to shake or pick 1000 bushels of yel low plums at 91.25 a bushel. The laundry enterprise from Lew istewn did not materialize. There are people here who are positive in the expreeson of the belief that i laundry if properly managed will pay. Whenever business centers and centers of manufacturing interests begin to prosper strikes and riots take place. Can't the average man stand prosperity or what is the mat ter. . -. . . "A good cure for poison from poi son ivy is to dissolve a handful of quick lime in a pint of cold water. Bathe the parts often and after a very few applications they will be quite well." The oats harvest time does not come at the same time on all the farms, OiU har.es ting is now tak ing place on some farms. On other farms it will not take place for a Tweek and more. The Villa Marie Bank one of the oldest concerns in Montreal went np the financial flume last week to the consternation of stock-holders and depositors on occonnt of the short comings of the cashier. Wanted. Agents for Mifflintown and vicinity to sell our teas, coffees, spices and baking powders to con sumers. Liberal commission paid Address Grand Union Tea Co. 35 N. 3rd street, Ilarriabnrg, Pa. 4t Jackson Ritzman, one of the Juni ata colony that left last spring for the north wfst died at bis home in Ben son county. North Dakota, not far from Church's Ferry. His ailment was consumption. A wife and ten children survive him. Critics of Bob Ingersoll are ex pressing the regret that he did not pass the ordeal of a long illness so that they might kno v what effect n The TJcser Tueearora and Path Valley Harvest home Association will hold iu 17th Annual Picnic in Leon ard's Orove on SUturday," August i 26th, 1899. This is one of the most beautiful groves ia the Tusearora Vallev and is the most accessible. The T. V. R. R. runs throught it and offers low excursion rates from all points. Christian Neal laniruishes ia Hunt ingdon jail on account of too much familiarity with another mans prop erty. Without consent he took a horse and buggy owned by Jjewis U. Giffard below ML Union and drove to Orbisonia and there turned the horse loose. If they bad Neal in the west he'd be hung to ihe limb of the first tree big enough to hold him. In Huntingdon they'd only give him a few years in prison for horse steal nig. The horseless carriage is rapidly coming into use, and that will give another back-set to the horse, trade. It will not be many years till almost all the hauling will be done on the streets of citiej by the horseless wag ons. Already express companies in a number of places have adopted the method, The distance has recently been made from Cleveland to New York, 707 miles in 47 hours at the rate of about 15 miles an hour. A man owning a horseless carriage in Miffl nlown could go to Phil adelphia in 12 hours. Starting at midnight on a moonlight night, arriving there next noon. The next thing will be an invention to take the place of the horse for plowing pur poses. The adoption of the horse less wagon must needs affect the price of corn and oats, for such things do not eat oats and corn, and every horseless carriage that is made is just that much less demand on the c rr, oats and nay crop. JL. A. W. MEET, BOSTON. REDUCED BATES VIA PEKNSYLVA1UA BAIL SO AD For the annual Meet of the League of American Wheelmen at Boston, August 14 snd 19, the Pennsylvania R iilroad Company will sell excursion tickets, from all points on its line, to Boston at rate of single fare for the rcund trip. Tickets will be Bold on Augnst 12 to 14, good to return August 14 to 20 when properly exe cuted before sgent of initial line from Boston, not later than August 19, and the payment of fifty cents, tick ets may be extended to leave Boston not later tban August 31 Bicycles carried free whan not ac compauied by other baggage. Spec ial arrangements for clubs traveling as a body. a9. . Saved from the Surgeon s Kuite IkaafheKMaem No rsrana ate ef creater importance to the human sedr Their dttty is to sift and strain the poisonous and waste Bitter from the blood, and if they tail to do this, the trouble shows ia the aervens system, aad evea la the brain. Tour life ia at stake whan there are pains in th small of year when yon are compelled to get np at night to urinate when the passing ef causes scalding pain when there is a sediment ia the arine ia the vssssl. ef Whea it appears white or milky. When so afflicted, you can conquer the treuble with Dr. Dmrid Kennedy Fnrorlte Remedy, the greatest civilisation has ever known for curing Kidney, Bladder, Blood aad Liver Diseases. - James Lattice, of Canajoharie, N. V., tells of his wonderful cure: " Some years ago I was attacked with pains ia my back sides .that and sides .that were fearful. I could not con trol my kidneys, and what earn from me was filled with mucus aad blood. Aa Albany doctor was to perform aa operation upon me, and said my home doctor could take eare ef me after. I saw an advertisement of Dr. Dmrid Kennedy' m Favorite Kennedy, which seemed to fit my case, so I decided to try that before I submitted to the eperation. 1 began its use. When I had taken about two bottles the flow from the bladder grew cleaner, and the pain stopped, and la a short time I was saved from the surgeon's knife, and am now well." Fnrorite Remedy also curea Eczema, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia and Constipation. For Female Troubles it is unequal ed. It Is sold for $i.oo a bottle at all drug stores. C"aa Rfftlr Fftff T 1 order that sufferers may be convinced of Tta-aarl V UVIIIV llVt 1 the curative virtues of Fmrorlte Remedy, a free sample bottle will be sent, prepaid, to those who send their full postoffice address to the Da. David Kennedy Cokpokatiom, Rondout, N. Y. It is necessary to say that you saw the advertisement la this paper if you wish to take advantage of this genuine and liberal offer. Send today. Wll'.vu . ....... --r: w , , died about 6 o'clock on Mouday J srfitfvw! approach to the portals of 65 years DELIGHTFUL VACATION TRIP. TOUB To THE NORTH VIA PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Visaing Nisgara Fh'.Ip, Toronto, Thousand Islands, Quebec, Montreal, Au Sable Chasm, Lake Champlain and Lake George, Saratoga and the Highlands of the Hudson. Leave Philadelphia by special train August 12. The tour will be in charge of one of the company's experienced tourist agents, and a chaperon, bar ing especial charge of unescorted ladies, will also accompany the party. The rate of $100 from New York, Brooklyn, Newark, Trenton, Phila delphia, Harrisburg, Baltimore and Washington covers railway aud boat fare for the entire round trip, parlor car seats, meals en route, hotel enter tainment, transfer charges and car riage hire. For detailed itinerarj: tickets, or any additional information, address Tourist Agent, Pennsylvania Rail road Company, 1196 Broadway, New York; Ticket Agent, S60 Fulton St , Brooklyn; 789 Broad Street, Newark, N. J.; or Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Broad Street Station, Philadelphia. a9 NIAGARA FALLS EXCURSION LOW BATE VACATION TRIPS VIA PENNSYL VANIA BAILROAO. The Pennsylvania Railroad Com. pany has selected the following dates for its popular ten-day excursions to Niagara Falls from Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.- July 27, August 10 and 24, September 7 and 21 and October 5 aad 19. An ex perienced tourist agent and chaper on will accompany each excursion. Excursion tickets good for return passage on any regular train, exclu sive of limited express train, within ten days, will be sold at $10 from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing ton and all points on the Delaware Division; 11.25 from Atlantic City; $9.60 from Lancaster; $8 50 from Altoona and Harrisburg; $6.90 from Sunbnry snd Wilkesbarre; $5.75 frcm Williamsport; antljat proportion rates from other points. A stop-ov er will be allowed at Buffalo, Roch- Watkics nr, July .11, 1899, aged about I death would have bad on his opm Canandaigua, aud irs. Mr. KanrTnian lived onions. I within the limit returning, his farm aloiit a mile .south-east of town. He was an unobstnisive up right man, a capable man. able to manage his affairs satisfactorily and for the good of himself and the On the 25th day of July at St. Cloud, Minn., James Hassen of Free port and Agnes Herzog of Mull wood, were seated on a porch at the honse of a friend. The lightning struck public generally. The community ne,. Gf the house and killod were engaged to be is the letter for his having lived in it. It all men Mere as he was, the prison bouse anil the poor hou-e would lc institutions un known in the land. In his early manhood days he did business with Sotiire (Jeorge Jacolw, Sr., . deceas ed as a merchant, iu a build ing that stood ou the corner of Main and Bridge streets. The corner is now vacant. The building wits destroyed by one of the fires that swept that part of the town. But the life of a mer chant was not as congenial to Mr. Kaufl'inan's taste as farming and he retired from the store business and purchased what was once the Hen ry Moist farm and there lived the life of a farmer the past many years. His illness was not of long duration. On the 27th inst , he took cholera morbus. By the 28th he had greatly improved, but a re' lapse set iu and was aggravated by heart complications. On Sunday he became unconscious in which condition he remained till on Mon day morning when his spirit pass ed into a better world. A wife and three daughters survive him. both. Tbey married. It is onlr about a dozen vears since electricity began to be used in railroading. To-dav the electric roads supply one hundred and sev enty-five thousand men. Taking all the employees in the electrie works of different kinds tbe number of people employed is about one million peo ple. Moses Pry or and John Matthews, both colored, fell ont over a game of cards at Sprues Creek on the even, ing of the 22pd day of July. Matth ews put three revolver shots into Pryor's body from the effects of which the latter died. Pryor's wife took up a pistol shot at Matthews, hitting bim in tbe leg, but he escap ed. When the fire eating Canadian said in the Canadian Parliament that tbe Alaskan boundary line would be settled by war, be was rash in expres sion. Canada certainly does not de sire war and the prime minister one would think of aU men would not want war. War to him would mean loss of a sitnation for the Americana would not be many years over-running Canada, and that would pat bim out of a job. xle evidently did check which led to his identity Interment in Lost Creek Mennon- j not look at the situation in that light were found in bis pockets. te graveyard. when be delivered his war talk. A special train of Pullman parly cars una day coaches will be ran with each excursion. An extra charge will Le made for parlor car seats. Tickets for a side-trip to tbe thou, sand Islands (Alexandria Bay) will be sold from Rocbester in connec tion with excursions of July 27, Aug ust 10 and 24, September 7 and 21, good to return to Rochester or to Canandaigua via Syracuse within five days at the 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 26. and September 13. In connection with excursion of September 7, tick ets will be sold to Toronto Fair. For time i f connecting trains and further information apply to nearest ticket agent, or address Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Broad 8treet Station, Phila delphia, tf. uirruisTowN grain hark hts 1899. MIFFLINTOWN, AUG. 2, Wtfll $ Cora in Bye 68 MA ..... TO .. 20 to 30 Cloverseeoj 92 to$2.50 Butter 12 EfK 11 Ham 12 Shoulder 12 Lard 8 Side 7 Timothy seed... $1.40 F'axseed SO Bran 70 Cbop 86c to 90c Middling! 90 Ground A lun Salt...... ........ 76 American Salt.... .....r....... 60c ctkJ Mid-Summer Bargain Days Shott's Stores. A Host of Bargtrfns in Dry Goods, Shoes and Carpets. . Unbleaohed muslins at Sets a yard. Better unbleaohed muslin st 4cts a yard. JCxtra quality nnblesebcd muslin, 20 yards for f I 00. Best blcscbed Hill muslin, 15 yds for $1.00. lOo madia, cnt prices, at 6o a yard. Union erasb toweling, 7yds for 25ets. All Linen crash toweling 5yds for 25ots. Good ealiooes for 3io a yard. Best Lancaster Ginghams at 5ots; worth to day 7iots. Tsble Oil Cloth, 2yds for 25cu. Flora Oil Cloth and Lioolinms for 20c, 25c to 35o; worth 50ots. Carpet at 12 Jo, 18o, 20o snd; 25c. Now is your time to buy carpet. Tbey are going higher. Fine Rags is Brassel and Velvet for 75ots sod $1.00. Stair Oil Cloth in Cut Prices at 4o a yard. Men's Cheviot every day shirtings, 7yds for 48ota Floe Sootch lawns at 4o. AH our fine summer dress goods at extra low reduced price. Red Bord fine Table Linen at 25ot; worth 40cts. White Summer Blankets, at 50ots a pair. SHOW NEWS; ! is the most important News of this Sale. 4,000 pair of fine shoes included io ta our offerings. Not a plunger spasm or excitement, but a merchant's plan, calmly formed and thoroughly executed. Tbe purpose ia to make a sale of shoes for cheapness snd msgnitndee, wbiob is without precedent These shoes are sll new, their equals are selling at 35 per cent higher through, out tbe Shoe Trade. Men's Calf Skin Shoes at $1.47; worth $2.50. .Men's Wil.'ow Calf and Vici Leather at $1.47. Yeu save over $1 on a pair. Men's Black Dress foot wear: Tsns snd Blacks, Hyle's French Patent Leather all $4 shoes at $2.68. Ladies Blsok and Tan fine kid Leather Shoes, 800 psir, English styles mskes at $1.47, a saving of $I.00,a pair. 500 PAIR BOYS AND CUILDREN?S SHOES, at equally reduced prices at Extra low values SCHOTT'S STORES, 103 TO 1O0 BRIDGE STREET. New Stock' of Spring Clothing, GEms FURNISHING GOODS JHATS, FUWOTUBB -GlJAfiSWAKK,iQUEENSWARE,2AT Meyers' Big Stores. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Men's and Boy's New Spring Suits. .... .. . . ai ll These Men a suits are strictly au wool ana wo nave mem -. and we have them in single and doable breasted at $4 62. Now men fall into line and secure one of. these Fine Imported Dress Smts, in all shades and colors, and made perfect to equal merchant tailor prices. Worth $18. for only $12. These Frock and Sack Suits we have tbem in 11 sizes and styles, and we guarantee to give you a per fect fit at $6.50. Yon can take your pick and fit from 372 fine dress sails, which are made in Sacks and Cutaways, we have them in ail shadeg. Suits worth $12 we sell now at $8.75. We start the Boy s department from $1 87 to $8.50. The assortment includes hundreds of double and single breasted suits." Many of these suits being all wool and tbey a all in the LATEST SPRING PATTERNS in brown, plaids, checks and plain colors. These are all well made and trimmed, and run in age from 10 to 19. Immense assortment to select from. Our Children's Department. The largest display of Boys' pants in Juniata County, and they are all made of strong material. The sizes run from 3 to 16. and sell from 18c. to 50c. 300 Children's Suils, s.zes from 3 to 16, at 90c. 2C5 splended Vested Suits, at 12, would be cheap at the regular price of $2. 567 Children's Suits, in Double Breasted and other styles. Your choice at $2 38. 375 Children's Suits this is a grand line strictly, all wool, DouMe Breasted at $3 88, which should be f5. A grand new line of Spring Hats and Caps and Gents Far niching Goods, of the greatest values ever offered, A car load of Trunks and Satchels at low prices. FURW ITXJKEi Themost maivelous showing of up to date Furniture ever attempt ed. Everything new in design, no old stock. Nothing but the very bestmakes by tbe best manufacturers with such forsightedness that we offer "Beautiful Furniture" at just one half the regular value. We just received and unpacked the grandest design of new and upon-dale Fnrnitare. Our three floors are packed to the utmost ex tent for your inspection. A grand selection of Parlor Suitp, Uphols tered Rccleis, Conches, Lounges, Sofas, Extension Tables, Hall Racks, Side Boards, Bed Room Suits in numerous style". Office, Dining Room and Kitchen Chairs, Spring Mattrrsses, Cots, Cribs and Cradlep. In fact everything kept in a first clars Furniture store. Ferd Meyers, 115 and 117, Bridge Street. Tusearora Valley Railroad. SCHEDULE IS EFFECT MOSDAT, JUNE. 20, 1898. EASTWARD. l$05t ESTABLISHED. 1890, Special Invitation 2V The Public To attend the AttraclrVe Sale of Clothing f iiat goes on daily from THE IMMENSE STOCK , OF D. W. HARLET. It will be TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS Who Have money to invest to examine the Stock of Goods for MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN It is truly marvelous to See THE BEAUTIFUL STYLES of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices. His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail to give him a call if in need of Clothing D. W. H A R LEY MIFFLIN TO WIST STATIONS. . ' . r No.l No.3 A. M. P. V. Blair's Mills Lv. 7 25 1 45 Waterloo.. 7 Sll 51 Leonard's Orove 7 37 1 57 Boss Farm 7 45 2 05 Perulack 7 52 2 12 East Waterford 8 05 2 25 Heckman 8 17 2 37 Honpv Grove 8 22 2 42 Fort Bieham 8 30 2 50 Wsrhle 8 39 2 59 Pleasart View 8 44 3 04 Seven Pines..... 8 52 3 12 Spruce Hill 8 55 3 15 Grahams 9 03 3 23 Stewart 9 06 3 26 Freedom 9 09 3 29 Turbett 9 12 3 32 OldP&rt 9 18 3 38 Port Royal Ar.9 25 3 45 RAILROAD TIME TABLE. IERRT COtTVTT KA1LROAD. pERRT COUVTT KAI Tbe following schedule went Into effect Nov. 16, 1896, snd the trains will be run aa follows: p.m 4 30 4 86 4 89 3 41 4 61 4 64 4 -r6 4 69 6 10 10 48 6 16 9 49 6 21 9 64 5 24 9 67 5 27 10 06 6 32 10 07 6 84 10 17 6 97 10 30 6 02 10 35 p. m t. ra a. m 9 00 9 06 9l' 9 11 9 14 916 9 19 9 22 9 24 2 Leave Amve a. m Dancannon 7 64 King's Mill 7 49 Snlphnr Spring 7 46 VajDn8idiiig 7 44 Koad jr Hoffmsi Korer X.thsnny Rloomffekl Tresslei Nellaon Dam's Klliotsbnrg 'Bernheisl's Groeo Pwk Montour Jane Landisbnrg Arrive T 40. 76 7 as 7 SI 728 7W 709 7 04 7 01 668 6 61 6 48 6 88 6 28 p.ss 2 28 2 28 8 18 til 2M 20t 209 141 I 84 181 1 2 1 28 120 1 18 1 260 Leave a. m p Train leaves Bloomfleld at 6.63 a. and arrives at Landisbnrg at 6.28 a. SB. Train leaves Landisbnrg at 6.08 p. m., and arrives at Bloomfleld at 6.40 p. m. All stations marked () are flag stations, at which trains will come to a full stop oa signal. Cbas. H. Sbilbv, 8. H. Bscs, President. Snpt. Trains Nos. 1 sad 2 connect at Port Royal with Way Passenger and Seashore Express on P. R. B., sd Nos. 8 snd 4 with Mail esst WESTWARD. STATIONS. g DAILY, EXCEPT 8CSDAY. .2 Port Royal 0.0 Old Port 1.3 Tnrbett 2.8 Freedom 3.7 Stewart 4.4 Graham's. 5.0 6.3 Spruce 7.2 Seven Pines Pleasant View 9.0 Warble 10.0 Fort Bipham. 12.0 Honey Grove 14.0 Heckman 15.1 East Waterford.... 17.5 Perulack 20.5 Roes Farm. 22.0 Leonard's Grove... 24.0 Waterloo 25.5 Blair's Mills Ar. 27.0 No.2 "VIEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL 11 ley Railroad Company. Time table of passenger trains, in effect on Monday, May 181b, 1896. STATIONS. No.4 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 M. P. M. 20'5 05 27i5 12 i 33 5 18 3fi 5 21 I 39:5 24 I 42 5 27 I 50 5 35 53,5 38 le 46 06 5 51 15 6 00 23j6 08 2816 13 406 25 53 6 38 00:6 45 08 6 53 14 6 59 2017 05 Westward. . Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect at Blair's Mills with Concord, Doyleburg Dry Bun, Nossville, N eel j ton, Shade Oap, Shade vaiiey ana uosftorn Station Stage Lines. J. C MOORHEAD, Smteruttendent. T. S. MOORHEAD, PrassoW. Newport BuOhIo Bridge Juniats Furnace ... Wahneta Sylvan Wat-r Plug Bloomtield Junct'n. Vallev Road Elliottsbnrg Green Park Loysville Fort Robeson Center Ciana's Rnn , , Audersonbnrg Blain . . ,,.. ti . ri i . Mount rmwi nnaBr"D New Ksst-ward. P M A M 6 06 10 36 6 0310 38 6 12 10 42 6 16 10 46 6 25 10 62 6 22 11 01 6 31 11 09 6 89:11 09 6 61 11 21 6 6411 24 7 05 11 85 7 11 1141 7 15 11 46 7 21:11 61 7 27111 67 7 851 7 41 7 46! 12 05 12 11 18 11 A 8 80 8 27 8 23 8 20 8 16 8 11 8 08 8 00 7 45 7 10 1 84 726 71 7 1 7 10 7 08 668 6 60' r 8 57 868 8 60 8 46 S41 8 88 8 82 8 16 810. H 2 i 349 2 46 2 4Q 1 D. GR1KG. PrssiuVr' -wager . "V. M&taa, General Agent. FREEs -- CMt an -Km . Piwewea ent fea to as tu-irt and poor patients can r-o pH. tada wdtcl tree or chare'. llu remedy baa been jpraparad bytba ReTi rr ror Koenig. of Port Wame. Ind- atnee a prepared onder his direction by the I'.OtvNIC MED. COM Chicago, i:t. 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