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jflFFLINTO W N. PA. yEPyESDAY, JUNE 13, 1900 TERMS. Subscription t 1.00 per year it paid la advance ; $1.50 if not paid In ad- rnsient advertising and 'local notices 8 cents a line. Deductions will be made to those dealing- to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. from in SH RT LOCALS. The 4th of Jnly celebration looms up. C. A. HinKie nas returned. s trip to Dakota. Fifty nations nave exnioits in the Paris world's fair. The thermometer reached 90 the shade Monday noon. day spots here and there in corn fields have been replanted Cut worms and wire worms have destroyed a good deal of corn. Funeral directors held a State convention at Hazleton last week New Yorkers loaned the French government fifteen million dollars Two hundred houses are being built in (Jlearheld town this sum mer. W ithin the past week the Boers captured a British battalion of 500 ' mftn. m rs. . r . ocniegie ot Bloom burg, is visiting her triends in this vicinity The Republican National Con vontion will meet in Philadelphia next Tuesday. It seems to .be a contradiction but a tact that good natural poo pie are irritable. liev. A. . Kaven arrived on "Wednesday morning from Seattle Washington State. Harrison Brouse and wife of Mc Yeytown have been visiting their friends in Jnniata. There was a rain last Thursday night, the night of the fifth day of Whit-Rnntide week. Miss Katharine Pontns Baker has been admitted to practice law at the Union county bar. Banker E. S. Parker of Wash ineton D. C. spent Sunday with his relatives and friends in town John Banks, Esq., of Indiana Pa., has been visiting his relatives in Mifllin town within thepast week. Thursday evening .John Bjn van's Pilgrims' Progress will be exhibited in the Methodist church Miss Harriet Parker and sis ter Miss Rebecca of Lewistown pent Sunday with their aunt Mrs Koiert McMeen. Mrs. Cloyd Gilson was stricken with paralysis on Monday evening One side of her body and arm and leg and side of face was affected. From resent appearance the Jnne drop will pass and leave larere crop of peaches on the trees to mature for the peach market. John Wister a prominent citizen of Doncannon. died at his winter home in Germantown, Pa., June 3, 1900 of kidney and heart trouble, aged 70 years. , The delegates to the Republican National convention are assembling in Philadelphia. By Saturday and Sunday most of the delegates have arrived. Someone dynamited the fish . pond made by the abandonment of the canal below Lewistown aara. It was done to eet the fish that were in the pond. The Presbyterian congregation of Dnncannon. Perrv county, has is snod a rail to Rev. Hutchison of Callensbnrg, Clarion county to be come their pastor. A m.m irivinc his name John Bell was lodged in the Bloomfield, Perry county jail last week on the harr nf Rtralinc a horse from a man named Elmer Adams in Penn township. Th TwjRt ten davs showed the weak places in the corn fields. In the strong clay spots the corn did not come up. The corn came up b?st on sand land. Much hasbcen replanted. The strike in St. Louis among the street railroad men on Sunday resulted in an attack on "deputy sheriffs. The deputies fired on the mob. Two were killed. Three fatally shot and eleven wounded. Two solid trains of straw-berries consisting of thirty-six cars were sent west over the Northern Cen tral railroad one day last week. They were sent from Delaware. There were one million eight hnn- j;u uiouuu tiuu Lt3 . trains. " A Howe township, Perry county man wears x.v . communists who want to equalize everything among men would find trouble to get people who wear No. 8 shoes to wear No. 13 and num ber 12 feet people to wear number 8 shoes. The new meeting house of the Methodist Episcopal congregation of Lewistown was dedicated last Sunday. Mrs. R. E. Pitcairn pre sented a five thousand dollar mem orial window. The building has a seating capacity of fi00. The house of worship cost forty thousand dol lars the payment of which has all leen provided for. Cbflieer Lapp was in Tiwcarora valley last Friday and had Charles Colyerand Milton Colyer before ire miin oi x-wt- " - will for a charge maae ly " 1", Herm after he di-posed of his and abusing a tytoanimals. The defendant gave bail in the sura of one hundred dollars each to answejat the Sep tember term of courJ wnica indicated heavy rains va.tSJuSS ?M1hing5rare the big nS"? Convention g A r t I "1'"" "u me lt j .hub next Tuesday - airs. VV. V sl,!,!,. , w burg, ColnmbilS, k v sTC ?erMfffld broth ters in Mifflwtown and vicinity. n5e Lnthefan Sunday School on fEjF yle Orphans' wi5.0eamOttntf-llectin f. lv- H. Jones preached in the Presbyterian church on Sunday morning hwt. Next Sunday Rev. Kaven will preach morning and evening. Colonel Francis Jordan twice secretary of the commonwealth, died at his home in Harrisbnre af ter a year's iUness last Saturday, aged 80 years. The thermometer last Friday rcsisierea z, out the moisture caused by rain on the previous evening gave to the air a atv i;v feeling of 100 degrees. . fEdgarW. Burchfield graduates from Princeton collem thin wir His mother Mrs. B. F. Burchfield and his sister Miss Elizabeth Burch field, re attending the commence . Wednesdav forPnnnn T .fit .finer Lfcorse shied at Dr. Wm. Bank's donkey, ran off, demolished the bread-wagon and scattered bread and cakes on the streets over which he ran. rz. . ll he low places in the middle of side streets of the town are con venient places into which to dump the clay from the excavation for the new Lutheran chnrch and par sonageT On Sunday next, June 17, there will be presented free with every copy of the Sunday Inquirer an artistic reproduction of a handsome oil color portrait of President Mc Kinley. - Mrs. J. A Lumbard wife of edi tor Lumbard of the Selinsarrove -.(; We are indebted to General J. K. Bobison for a copy of the annual 'port of the Factory Inspector of 1899. ' Taa htngt dtv rxt we k - and tlat makes a turn in the summer. Ihi late drougth eanaed mai bushels' tf growing apples to fall from tbe trees. U round has been broken for the factory and before the ides of ovember come the shoe factorv whistle wili be added to the indus- Utenes of timotfav grass. music oi me place, l David S. Long of Lebanon ooun- wni8t trial i ly wa The timothy bay harvest this yer most needa bn late on aoo ant of ti AROIIEIT CWR T. was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter last Saturday in the ieDanon county court for killing John Becker on the 11th day of last February. Becker was courting ijpng's daughter and Long mistook him for a burglar, emptied the con tents of a shot gun into the yonng man txam the effects of which he dieJ One day recently while at work at the steam stave mill on the A. B. Evans' timber-land in Delaware township I. N. Bristline was kick ed on the right shin bone by a horse. He sustained an ugly cut and considerable bruise of the bone. ii was tucKy mat ne was hit oy a glancing blow instead of squarely for had it been the latter his leg won m nave been snapped in twain. He has I teen off duty ever since and is walking with a cane C. A. Hinkle recently returned from Dakota, declares thafcountry to be healthy and the best place iu which to raise wheat, oats and flax. The white man has gotten ahead of the summer mosquito. He goes to the drug store, buys a certain kind of perfume, rubs some of it about the head of the bed or sets the bot tie uncorked anywhere in the room and goes to sleep amidst the oder of perfumery while the mosquito smns the oder and flees from the place sneezing and wheezing as the epizootic had broken out in the insect world of North Dakota. He says all the claims in the county in which Rugby is located have been taken up. Reuben Aucker had a Paris swing placed in his yard for his children one day last week One of his sons was at his grand father's place east of town. The grand-father Mr. John Stoner came to town on Saturday. His grand son came with him. He also had Snyder County Tribune, spent a few days of last week with her daughter Mrs. Frank Bonsnm in iPatterson. . Misses Mary Thomas, Beckie Trimble and Orlanda Donnelly were delegates from the Presby terian church of this place to the Christian Endeavor convention held at Waterloo, last week. While on the way from Phila delphia to their home in Cumber land, Md., Misses. Jessie and Jennie Stehl, stopped off here from Wednesday until Friday, with Mr. 3 T r ... aim lure. iames rtamiiion. A The Lutheran Leagne and the Lutheran Sunday School will hold a festival in the old time Lutheran parsonage on Thursday and Friday and Saturday evenings for the ben -efjt-of the Lutheran church. J f Not in many years has there befcA aTrrougth like the one of the early snmmer days of 1900. The hay crop in consequence will be a short one and what else is in store if the drougth continues cannot be Jold nntu after the season has passed J Every American earnestly feels that the rights of every American citizen in China shall be protected by the United States government. While such is the feeling among the American people, they are just as pronounced that the United States government shall keep free of all entangling alliance with oth er nations for the occupancy of a part of Chinese territory. Ameri cans do not wane .European alliances. Officer Lapp was iu Lack town ship on legal business last Friday. He had Rudolph Khine and 1-irl Campbell and George McGee be fore Squire Crouse at Waterloo on the information of Rev. Caville, charging them with malicious mis chief and for using obscene lan guage and for disturbing a festival atMcCabe's Chapel. The young men were held under bail in the sum of one hundred dollan each to answer at the September term of Court. in the buggy a basket containing seven dozen eggs. When the grand father stopped in front of his son itt" law's house, it was in such place that the eye of the grand-son fell on the handsome swing. The boy forgot everything in his eager ness to get nearer and in getting out of the wagon he gave the egj basket a tip, over-turning it. Six dozen of the seven dozen eggs were broken in the spill that followed The camp meetings will soon be in der. out Work on the masonry of the bridge across the Susquehanna nv- er, hve miles norm oi narrisonrg is progressing. Workmen of a num ber of races live and work there. Some work peacefully. Others are quarrelsome and fight. The other day seven Irishmen got into a row with a negro. In the tight ne knocked four of the Irishmen down. Then one of the Irishmen knocked him down with a beer bottle Af ter the fight the Irishmen set fire to and burnt out the negro shanties. In the street - railway strikes that have been going on in Sst. Louis, women have taken a part and have played barbarian equal ly well with the men. Une oi their favorite pastimes is to catch women who want to ride on the .... a .. i : . l. cars, hustle mem asiue, bhiji of their clothes and run them through the streets. The other dav thev went a step further and dropped to the level of the African unirle women mey puiieu Miss Pauline Hesseroff a car, strip ped her and painted her in red and green. Geo. Rodgers, Lude Snyder and Herman Howe went to the river to fish. Herm dropped his Dan into the water first. The hook had scarcely sunk out of sight till it was seized upon. . ierm puiieu and landed a two pound bass. That was encouragement and the young men had reason to believe their catch would be uncommonly large. George dropped his hook into the stream with great expwia- Hn r Lnde did tne same miug catch did the same thing, iney pulled out and threw in inree mor tal hoars and did'nt get a bite or nibble. 1 Westmoreland county, Pa., is Wm. Culberteon and Banks Hwk are partners at carpet weaving. Children's Day Exercises were beld in the d ffercnt churches on Sunday Harry Martin of Altoona visited bis parents" Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Martin this week. Jsmes Strayer of Washington, D. C , is visiting bis mother Mrs. Hetty Strayer in Patterson. Rev. Pickens of New York Ci'y has been the guest ox his eon Iter Wm. Pickens an! family. Itasaia has also landed troops in Coins with troops of other na tioos is marching into Pekin. Bliss Naomi Kcssler of Altoona at- ' tendel the funeral of her uncle James Rodgers of Reading last week. Tuesday evening Miss Fannie Ellis gave a "coin contest to her young friends at her home on Main St The fiftieth annual commencement exorcises of Bucknell University will be beld at Lewisburg, J une 15-20. Mr. and .Mrs. Sam'l Fasick and two children of Philadelphia are vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Alonza Fasick on Front 8L President McKinley will be re-nom inated for the Presidency next week by the Republican N-itional conveo tion in Philadelphia. Montgomery county people pro pose to test tho constitutional right of Governor Stone to cut down the School appropriations. Monday evening Miss Wills Mc Nitt a student of Pennsylvania Col lege for Women at Pittsburg return ed to her home in Patterson. Ir the Bryan democracy make the same kiod of a platform they made four years ago, they will be defeated by a larger majority than four years ,ago. The bay crop in JuniaU county this year must needs be a small one on account of the drougth having kept the grass from growing long enough to make a large hay crop. Money is about to become abund ant in Mercer county. Pa., ae char ters h?ve been applied for five new banVs. You can get any amount of money there with a eoWd endorser. Lewistown bad its appetite wbet by Pawnee Bill's show last week, and as a consequence they are now long for a bigger show. It isn't, howev er always the biggest shows that are tbe best. A Boston Journal says: C. H North, onoe a millionaire, and form erly head of the North packing com pany, doing a business of $8,000,000 a year, now makes an honest living by peddling vegetables from a push cart in Boston. Beaver Springs, Snyder Co. Her a1d, June 7. -Charles Reigle was captured here for stealing a borse from Mrs Engle of Buffalo Valley. Lst Tuesday morning he was taken to prison from this place. He is a boy about 18 years of age and had his former home here. Mrs. H. C McAlister of Cones to ga Centre near Lancaster has . be come blind in one eye as the result of gazing too long at the eclipse of the sun. She watched it closely for a long time, both through smoked glass and with the naked eye. ' Her sight became dim the next- day and grew steadily until last Friday when ODe eye became totally Wind. The regular argument court fo Uowing the April term was convened on Tues day, June 12th, with Judges Lyons, 8terrett and 8 wart z upon the bench. In tbe matter of the exceptions to the report of the Auditor in the estate of Elizabeth Bannells, the court filed an opinion sustaining tbe report of the Au ditors. In tbe estate of lie v. Francis Mo Burney, deceased, return made to rule on heirs to accept or refuse the real es tate at the valuation. Tbe property not being accepted by the heirs of laid decedent, the real estate was ordered to be sold. In tbe assigned estate of Joseph Pen nell, upon petition W. H. Pen nell, the assignee, was discharged from the said trust. In the estate of Angeline McC'allster. J. X. Keller, Esq., was appointed an Auditor. In assigned estate of John Stouffer, C. B. Crawford, Esq., was appointed an Auditor. All accounts of guardians, adminis trators executors and assignees ad vertised to this term were confirmed, there being no exceptions. In the estate of Mary E. Huffman, late of Spruce Hill township, deceased, real estate reported as sold to V. P. Graham for $400. Sale confirmed as reported. In the estate of Jacob B. Stroup, a lunatic, petition filed to have certain personal property of said lunatic set apart for maintenance of the wife of tbe said lunatic. Tbe prayer of the petit tioner was granted. In the assigned estate of H. P. Clark. John J Patterson, Jr., Esq., was ap pointed an Auditor to make distribu tion of fund in the hands of the assignee. In tbe estate of Amos Stouffer, de ceased, Wilberforce Schweyer, Esq., was appointed an Auditor to make dis tribution. J In the estate of Oliver L. Barton, de ceased, F. M. M. Pennell, Esq , was appointed an Auditor to make distribu tion. In the estate of Alexander Boggs, late of Lack township, deceased, return to order of sale of real estate made. Property reported as sold to Bobert P. McCaban for the sum of 1850. Ella A. Underwood was granted a divorce from her husband, Charles Underwood. In estate of Margaret Kane, deceased, order to sell decedents real estate was granted. The sale of the intere&t of Morris M. Beel and Alda J. Beelj minor children William W. Beel, deceased, in certain real estate, was confirmed by tbe court. Said real estate was sold to J. H. Beel. Francis Naugle was appoiuted guar dian of Katie C. Naugle,-a minor child of Jacob' Naugle, deceased ; The-pourt confirmed the1 private sale of tbelbterest of minor children of Sar ah Knisely, deceased, in certain real estate to Clarissa Guyer for $100. In the estate of Ralph K. Dobbs, order to sell real estate granted. B. F. Burchfield, Esq, D. Irwiu nesnore ana josepn nneesiey were ap pointed viewers to view the condition of the stone bridge across Doe run, in tbe village of Mexico, in Walker town ship, and inquire whether said bridge is necessary, and whether it should be rebuilt or repaired and whether such rebuilding or repairs on the construc tion ef a new bridge would be too ex pensive for said township of Walker. W. H. Groninger, William Beaver and William Harris were ' appointed viewers to vacate a road in Spruce Hill township, from point at cross road at W. Hoffman's east to a point on mountain road, a diHtanm nf nhnnt 1" rods. The width of a road recently laid out in Delaware township and beginning at a point in the public road or turnpike leading from Mifflin town to Thomp son town at or near a willow tree at run on lands of-A. G. Haldemau and ex tending thence to a point at or near the cbard on lands of I. C Lantz l road, was fixed at thirty feet. application of the parties in interest tbe width of the road was changed from 30 feet to IS feet. In the estate of George G. McCuIloch, deceased, the court made a decree, set ting aside the widow's appraisement and ordering a new appraisement. , Andrew Banks. Esq., was appoiuted an Auditor in the estate of Nancy J, Crawford, deceased. In the matter of the appeal of the Poor Directors of Lancaster county, from an order at instance of the Monroe township Poor District, removing Bald win Pyles from Monroe township to Lancaster county, argument was heard and the court took the matter under consideration. SCHOTT'S STORES. -Big and Large- OPENING OF Spring and Summer Goods. Car ef ally selected at oar one week stay in Boston and New York; Bight direst from mannfaetarera and importers at very low prieea, perhaps a little lower than seme other Store Keeper can boy them. Oar long aeaaaint anee and experience with the big aDnfaotarers and large basinet howee gives us unlimited facilities to boy goods at lower prieea than sosie other Store keepers, and we oan afford and offer yea goods at lower prieea than oth er Store-keepers. Listen to some of our Prices. . Matting! of good quality at 12ets a yard. Striped Carpets at lOo to 12e. Flowert Ingrain Carpets at 20oU Tapestry Brussels Carpet for 50 and 60ats. Window Shades, felt with Rollers at lOo Oil Shades with Spring Rollers at 25ots. Table Oil Cloth, 2d for 25ct?; 2 yards for 30 and S5ou. Wall Papers, new patterns at 8cta a doable bolt. Ltoe Curtain by the yard at 10c ts a yard. , White Count rptnr at 65sts. Feather Pillows at 65o a pair. Pare geete feathers at 49ot a lb. Maalins, good heavy unbleached, 10yds for 55o. Mnslins of lighter weight at 41 and 6o. 1C-1 red b etings 15e, 20e, 2:o. Ladies' and Children's Summer Vests for So. Men's good shirts for 25o. Men's anlaoadried shirts with collars for 38o. Caliooes, all eolors at 5 and 6ots. Ginghams for 4s to So and 6o. Clark's O N. T. Cotton for 4o. Summer Dress Goods, tbe prettiest styles we ever bsd from-5o and aod upwara. Finest black erepacs for of, bOo aid f I.UO. Serges, Henriettas, whip eords, cbeviots, Faplins, cloth es, and all tie new dress cloth for tailor made suits low prices. White Goods. Peroalu, Batiste, Foulards and all the new styles of Wash Goods at lower Prices than other store keepers. Pretty Wrappers and Tea Gown for 75c and $1.00. Ladies urder skirts for 25 o to $1.25. Ladies tailor made suitp, shirt waists and wash sk'rts at very low prioes. OUR SUMMER SHOES are Ready for you. No adtance in them. 103 to 109 Bridge Street, SCHOTT'S STORES. mohairs, at very home-span reasonable METER'S New Spring CLOTHING. Legions of Cheviots, Cassimeree, Worsteds, Serges and Clays, and evf ry suit shows our skill as makers proud, and every price adds lustre . to our record for enterprise. You'll find twice tbe choosing here that any other store can give you. You'll find our prices at least twenty (20) per ctxt. below all other dealers. Men's Reliable Clothing, Business Suits of Cheviots, Tweeds and Cassimeres. $ Spring showing of Cheviot, Tweed, and Cassimere Suits in $r.oo Blue, Black, Fancy Mixtures, . trimmed with wide French facings and made with great care. HrAro QiiT-fo of all-wool Cafeimerea ljreSS OUILS, and Worsted.. A very interesting line of exceptionally High Grade rf Oassimcrea and Worsted Suits in every new effeet, in 1 v ML.UU, Single or Double Breasted, o S12.00, SACK or CUTAWAY. FROCK. Tney are of tho Zvr' rn very best tailors creation. We sell them to you P j JJ We are Readv for the Boys. (T Our Spring Suits for the Bov'e are n ow being placed upon U the tables for icepection of mothers. We have never shown S3.OO S0.00 Fabric, Style and price than those we are offering to you cow. Call and see them. all the Gent's Furnishing Goods, New appie ufDub Reouced Rates to Kansas Citt. Via Pennsylvania Railroad. For tbe National Democratic Con vention, to be beld at Kaunas City, July 4, the Pennsylvania Rulr -i Company will a ll txenrsion tickets to Kansas City from all stations o its liae at rate of one first clam fare for the round trip. Tickets to bo sold and and good going July 1, 2, aod 3, and to return until July 9, inclusive. These tickets will be good on all trains except the Pennsylvania Limited, and must be used for con tinuous passage. J 1. Reduced Rates to Chicago Via the Pennsylvania Railroad fob the Na tional PbohujiTion Conwition, on June 2628. For the benefit of all persons wish ing t be in Cbiceg j during the Na tional Prohibition Conrention. tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Com pan v will sell round-trip tickets to Chicago n rate of one tare for tbe round trip. Tickets to be sold and good soive une 25 and 26, and returning, after proper validation by the Joint Agent oi tne terminal lines at Chicago, and leaving Chicago to June 29, inclusive. A lee of twenrv fire Mnla fnr ticket will be collected by tbe Joint ! Agent when tickets are validated f r i 1865, EST A B 1j I S H E D. 1900. Special Invitation To Hie Public To attend the Attractive Sale ol Clotht: tat goes on daily from THE IMMENSE STOCK OP D. W. HARLEY it will be 10 THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS WLo fiave money to invest to examine the Stock of Goods for MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN It is truly marvelous to See THE BEAUTIFUL STYLEJ of Su'.s aud Overcoats at the Wonderful Lo'-v Trices. His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail k gtvo him a call if in need of Clothing. D. W. HARLEY MIFFLIN TO WIST J. Grand New Line of and Litest Styles in Hats, Neckwear nnd Shirts. We are headquarters for Sweet Orr & Co., Overalls and Shirts Oar Trunk and Satchel Depart ment is filled tip to overflowing. Oar prices are lower than ever. CARLOADS of FURNITURE have arrived. We are teady with an immense assortment of Furni ture and Bouse Furnishing Goods. We are determined to make this store, your store. The store that is filled to overflowing with mer chandise that saves you dollars. It is impossible to do justice in print to such a large stock as ours. Couie and sec for yourselves and in speet the large assortment of Parlor Suits, Bed Boom Suits, Couches, Lounges, Side boards, Extension Tables, Fancy Rockers, Spring, Mat treuses, Fancy Parlor Tablt s, Dining and Kitchen Chairs, Hall Backs, Toilet and Dinner Sets, Window Shades and complete line of Furni ture Picture Frames made to order in any kind of moulding. Fur niture delivered free of charge. MEYERS, THE LEADER IN LOvV PRICES. IS aid 117 Bridge street. MIFFLINTOWX, PA Tuscans. Valley Eailroad. SCHEDULE IS EFFECT MONDAY, JUNE. 20, 1898. EASTWARD. STATIONS. DAILY, EXCEPT SUMDAV. No.l return passage. Je-20. XTJtslIdSdDmio FJqujo Any information that tells how sickness and disease can be overcome ia the most welcome sews a paper can print Although this is an advertisement, it contains facts of more vital importance than anything else in this newspaper. It tells of a medicine known for over thirty years as Dr. Darid Kennedy' a Favorite Remedy. It la a medicine that purifies the Blood, and restores the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary Organs te vigor and strength. Its principal ingredient f not alcohoL It does not ruin men's and women's lives by causing intoxication and fostering the appetite for strong drink. Favorite Remedy cools and purifies the Dlood. It la not like tne many " bitters," " com pounds " and " tonics,' now so widely sold,whicl heat and inflame the blood, doing more injury than good. Favorite Remedy cures troubles of women fnst as certainly as it cores troubles of men. It restores the Liver to a healthy condition, and cures the worst cases of Constipation. It cores Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, aft Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes and Blight's Disease. My complaint was Stone in the Bladder. Physicians said my case was hopeless, but Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy cored me." D. H. Hoag, Lebanon Springs, N. T. Sold in all drug stores for $1.00 a bottle. One teaspoonful is a dose, and you will experi ence relief long before first bottle is taken. Every person troubled with any of the ailments mentioned above la offered a chance to try Favorite Remedy without any cost whatever. Send yonr full post- omce auaress to tne lii. jjavid kennkdy uoaroa atiom, Rondout, N. Y., and a free sample will be sent you. Please say you saw the advertisement ia this paper, so we may know your request is genuine. Ssr.plc Dcnic Freer I rKiAS J "v V f A X I I IVY I I I l v I II 1 Y I II II 1 Bkirs Mills Lv. Waterloo., . ., Leonard's Grove Roes Frui Perulack- .............. Enst Waterford Heckman Hoc?y Grove. .. . ,,,, Fort Bijl.uro , . . . Wsrble Pleasant View Seven Pices Spruce Hill Graham's Stewart Freedom Turbett Old Port Port Royal ...Ar. No.3 A. V 7 25 7 31 7 37 i ao 7 52 8 05 8 17 3 22 8 3'. 8 39 8 14 8 52 8 55 03 06 09 12 18 251 M. 45 51 57 05 12 25 37 i'2 50 59 04 12 15 23 26 29 32 38 45 Trains No. I and 2 connect at Port Royal wilh Way Pestccger and Seashore Express on P. R. B., and Nos. 3 and 4 with Mtil cast. WESTWARD. Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect at Blair's Mills with Concord, Doyleburs; Dry Bun, Notsville, Neelyton, Shade Gap, Shade Valley and Goshorn Station Staf e Lines. STATIONS. DADLV, EXCEPT 8UWDAV. Port Koyal Old Port Turbett Freedom Stewart Graham's Spruce Hill Seven Pines Pleasant View.... Warble Fort Biprbam..... Honey Grove.... Heckman East Waterford.. Perulack Boss Farm Leonard 'a Grove. Waterloo Blair's Mills Ar. No.2 . M 0 010 20 1.3 28 3.7 4.4 5.0 6.3 7.2 9.0 10.0 12.0 14.0 15.1 17.5 20.5 22.0 24.0 25.5 27.0 10 27 10 33 No.4 WONDERFUL are the cures by Hood's arsapai-iHa, and yet thaw are simple and natural. I food's Sana? oariila makes PURE BLOOD. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. pERRT COUVTV RAILROAD. The following- schedule went Into effect Nov. 1, 1S36, and the tra's will be run as follows. ieavo Arrive a. ni DnncaDnon 7 64 'King's MiM 7 49 "Sulphur Springs 7 46 Cortnan Sid'o 7 44 Kr.n-WH l'o Park 7 4 1 p. m 4 80 4 86 4 30 3 41 4 45 4 46 4 51 4 64 4 66 4 59 a. m 9 00 9 06 9 r9 9 Tl P )4 9 15 9 19 9 22 9 24 9 2T p.tn 2 29 228 220 3 1ft 2 15 2 13 208 2 65 2 03 200 141 Weaver 7 40 R.,ddy 7 36 Hoffman 7 33 Koycr 7 81 Mahanoy 7 28 5 10 10 13 Bloomfield 7 28 6 16 9 49 'Tressloi 7 09 6 21 9 64 'Nellson 7 04 6 24 9 67 "Dum's 7 01 5 27 10 05 Eiiiotshnrsr 6 58 6 32 10 (7 BernhoislV 6 51 5 84 10 17 Groen Pirk 6 48 6 87 10 80 'Monlr.nr June 6 38 6 02 10 85 Landikburr 6 28 p. m a. ra Arrive Leave a. m p m Train leaves Bloomfield at 5.63 a. ra., .-nd arrives at Landisbarg; at 0.23 a. m. Train leaves Lan4:sbmg at C.08 p. m., and arrives at Bloomfield at 6.40 p. m. All atorjnns marked () are Hag stations, at which trains will coioo to a full stop on signal. Cbas. H. SaiLEV, p. n. Bscs;, President. Snpt. 181 1 - Mi 125 1 20 1 18 1 15 2 60 fVEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL I 1 lev a;1rccI Company. Timn tjhl of pas?oiiger trains, in May 18tb, 1896. effect on Monday, STATIONS. P. M. 5 05 5 12 5 18 10 3fi 5 21 10 39 5 24 10 42 5 27 10 50 5 35 10 53i5 38 11 01 !5 46 06 5 51 15 6 00 23 6 08 28,6 13 40 6 25 53 6 38 12 G0 6 45 12 08 6 53 12 14 6 59 12 20 7 05 J C. MOOEHEAD, Superintendent. T. 8. MOOBHEAD, President. UEEICI! fit DROSSOLB'S SAIVMIULO ENGINES A wotMterfhl improvement In Friction Feeds and iaBaek BaclcinotiosiotCmmace3 fimrufiwit MsnrwDrrin tn marMt. frh-iloa lairk I-red, caosinc all the ft) sparine fa fltaii.1 Mill while lw Ic ing : great eavviac la pewrr aad wear. t.t krue anl prK-i free. AIo Sarics JIrrfM. ftflsivRtartt. 4'aru Pfaulrra, ilu !trr. -. iLRM It & IK9MGOI.D, Mfrs Vara. s. Newport Buffalo Bridge.... Jnnista Furnace .. VV abneta ........ Sylvan Wat-r Plug , Bloomfield Junct'n Valley Road RMiottKbarr Gre:-o Park l-o)vi!!e Fori Roimt-on .... 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