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sif?mEL& REPtfBLlCAH MIFFLINTOWN. PA.. .WEDNESDAY, AUG. 29, 1900 TERMS. Subscription $1.00 per year if paid In advance ; $1.50 If not paid In ad- Transient advertising and Jocal notices 8 cento a line. Inductions will be made to those de siring to advertise by the year, half or quarter year. river afM. u ... . ' it .- "T man tuiTe on In It, in the river. An exchange from leaves of the monnUin ihrab or Jerusalem oak, is said to be a wire cure for dysentery. " t?srtaii08 will be transacted. W. L. Hoopes, ' ' Chairman. SHIFT LOCJ1LS. , Miss May Funk- is among - rela tives in the county. Miss Margaret Laird, is visit ing in Mifflin county. Mrs. George Hower, has been seriously ill the past week. Grub Garman or JManticoke is the guest of Edgar Burchfield. Orlando Mathers paid the conn ty seat a visit one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Parker had a girl baby born to them on Sunday. Miss Viola Stambaugh is visit ins her aunt Mrs. Carrie "Van Fos sen. J. S. and D. K.' Hamilton, are visiting their parents in this place. George J. Parker, Esq., of Me dia, is home on a brief visit to his mother. Miss Levina Lemon is visiting at the home of her brother in Se wickley. Miss Edna Arbogast has return ed for vacation from Freeburg mu sic school. Landlord W. S. Arbogast has been to Atlantic City within the past week. Mr. Iloward Kirk and wife and son visited friends in Cumberland Valley last week. Ralph Espenschade was home from Pittsburg drug store work last Friday and Saturday. Miss Jennie Beck is a visitor at the home of wm. Jtteriaetn on Path street, Patterson. Misses Lizzie and Lottie Berger, have been attending the Grangers' picnic at Williams Grove. James Mathers of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting his friends in Mifflintown and Patterson. Professor Gorlner is home hav ing lieen down among the Yankees, seeing how they teach school. Misses Eva and Bessie Bright of Washington. D. C, are visiting in the county and twin boroughs. Last Thursday, Joseph B. Noble, died at Salt Lake City. He had six wives and lorty-seven children. A number of our moneyed citi xens are interested in the enter prise of an ocean pier at Atlantic City. Charlee Patterson is home from drug store business at Pittsburg, visitinjr his mother and sister in town D. T. Cramer, son William and Garfield Earnest of Patterson, are off on si triD through the western states. The potato crop in Kansas is large. 279 bushels to the acre is not considered a large turn out this year. Miss Lottie Hackenberger of Philadelphia, is visiting her pa rents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hack enberger. Llovd nartman is ill with a bil ions fever at the home of his fath er Mr. Henrv Hartman in Walker township. ' - Miss Netta Todd of Harrisburg, 1b visitinc her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. M. Todd on Main St Patterson. James Strayer after a visit or a week to his mother Hettie Strayer in Patterson, has returned to Washington. Mrs. Clara Collier and children of Peru Mills, are visiting her pa rents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Crim- mell of Patterson. Last Friday evening about 5 o'clock, Hiram Wileman andE. E. Swales of Fermanagh township. had an experience with lightning m I w MUft-v w 3W IUCU. WVIT Aliens will m hmajiii.m i ai 1 1 01: tt-ii 1 . Westminster Presbyterian church rain of that day eame. They has- uwounoay morning and evening, tened toward their homes. The CWJUl, DV tne KW 3 HTinfr I atMm tivnVa nnnm Kn whan thaw swa a - ' w wwVU iiivi VaVWBaa-V MIVUI w UVU I rravis of Pittsburg, Pa. I were crossing the Stambaugh peach ! To the eastronomfo A- orchard on the ridge that divides of Heck's restaurant at th Slim valley from Lost creek valley. Dridge has been added a self run I anxious to escape a wetting tney i nine music box . Kat t.h -v I wenr mio me peacn nonse, a one to the tunes of fin mmi. tory frame building in the or- . , , ... cnara. xney naa a ootr witn tnem. trs. w . iteai estate dealer D. D. Stone ana jars, stone his wife of Wash ington, 13. u., spent a night in town last week, being that time on their way from Peru Mills to Wash ington. mrs. JStka, wife of John Etka, deceased, nas recentlv been visit ing the families of Isaac and Jacob Mka, brothers of her deceased hus band, and is now in Altoona, visit- them in all directions. A ing friends there. ine public schools in town will be opened on the 3rd of Septem- Der, wnicn will be a delight to those who are fond of acquiring in tellectual Knowledge, but a burden 10 tnose who would rather work with their hands. Ihere was a heavy shower of I rain at Mifflintown last Friday af ternoon. A peculiarity of the oc casion was a sight of Tuscarora mountain, four miles away was had all the time and revealed the fact that while it rained here it did not ram at the mountain. How ever, a half hour later, a shower came down on the mountain and hid it from sight. The millionaire Huntingdon, was asked by a young man for advice on getting married. By all means said Huntington, get married, if the girl you want to marry has the womanliness to do her own work. if yon cannot afford to employ help. But don't marry a woman who can not or will not adapt herself to cir cumstances. The men and women. rich or poor, who can adapt them selves to circumstances are the peo ple. The Annual Tuscarora and Path valley Harvest Home was held in Leonard's Grove near Waterloo, last Saturday. Three thousand people were in attendance and the capacity of the Tuscarora Valley railroad was taxed to the limit to hanl those bound to and from the picnic grounds. Speeches were made by Willerforce Schweyer, Esq., Kev. W. H. Narcross and editor J. W. fcpeddy. The music was furnished by the Mifflintown drum corps and the Doylesburg band. Last Snrincs. Kansas, a town of 500 inhabitants, c airns to be the most remarkable town in the world from the view point of morals The entire population belongs to the church; all the children at tend Sunday School: it has never had a saloon or gambling-hoase; there haffnt been a game of .cards played for over ten years. Only two men use profanity, and less than a dozen use tobacco and they intend to quit. But one store sells the weed, but it has only sold dollar's worth of it in three weeks; it intends to quit. Rev. W. H. Fahs has been an indefatigable worker in every sense of the word in the work of building a new Lutheran church and new parsonage. The work has progressed so far that the cor ner stone of the church will le laid next Sunday with appropriate ceremony. The Lutheran faith is more than holding its own in Jun iata county. The congregations throughout the county are strong They own valuable property and are zealous in their work. Such is particularly the casein this town If thev keen on as they are now working, energetic in business in all of their every day callings and zealous in their religious work the task before them will prove to be a labor of love instead of a burden The dog remained in the first room. The two men passed into the sec ond room. Wileman sat down on a sill. Swales went to a window and rested an arm on the window sill. The rain fell in torrents, Then there came a bolt of light ning that struck the comb of the roof and zig-zagged all through the rafters, splitting and splintering streak under nirrLiNruw ?aatN as MIFFTJNTOWM.AUO. . WOO. Wlti-at - 06 to 'a rate-..,. 26 to 80c BbeUeUGO .ta. ....... . ......... .. new 80 & Br so Batter .... 18 , M Haa IX 8aoldr.. 10 8Mm 7 ' CW a . 6 to 7cts. Tiakotav seed M 40 Flax Mad W Bran 90 Chop l.OOtol.10 KMUara .... 1V Ground la 1 Salt 90 ABwricaaBalt.. 66 to 70 Philadelphia Markets, Aug. 28, 1900. Wheat 73c: Corn 44c: .Oats 28c; butter 16 to 22c; eggs 17c; tallow 4c; live hens 10c a lb; roosters 8c a lb; spring chickens 11 to 13c a lb; ducks 8 to 9c: lard 6 to 7c; beef cattle 3 to 5Jc; hogs 5J to 5c; sheep $3) to 4J; lambs 5 to 51; veal calves 96 to f 7.00. of the fiery fluid passed Swales' arm on the window, but he was not hurt. Another tongue of the lightning ran along the sill on which Wileman sat and gave him a highland fling acros". the room, and how he got out of the shanty he scarcely knows. When Swales rushed from the place, he found W ileman lying at the base of a large tree, stunned and dazed The dog was there and did not seem to be scared or hurt. The faces of both men were black with the smoke of the name of the' flash that had filled (the shanty when the bolt was cavorting around and splitting the roof and posts of the house. The smell of sulphur al most smothered the men. Thor oughly frightened, they fled across the orchard and into the woods, which they had scarcely entered when another bolt of lightning came down a hickory tree in front of them. Wileman feu in his tracks. Swales was pitched away some 20 feet, and when they re covered themselves the dog was getting on his feet. He too had been knocked off to a side to the distance of a rod. Both men were severely shocked, but reached home and were able to be about on Saturday The dog also survives 8TAMFEBE CATTLE. John Soul, formerly farmer on the North farm at Mifflintown, met with a Berious loss of cattle in Per ry county where he now resides. The Newport News of August, speaks of it as follows: John Soul, a tenant on William Reader's farm in Tyrone township, met with quite a loss last Sunday afternoon. He had fifteen head of cattle in a field, adjoining Snyder's mill dam. There is a ledge of rocks next to the dam, about two hundred feet high, and thirteen of the cattle went pell-mell down ov er the rocks into about ten feet of water. One had its neck bjoken, four others had to be killed since, and there will have to be one or two killed yet to end their suffer ing. Quite recently Mr. Soul re fused $80 for two of the above cows. Big Clothing Stores Snhnft-'e SWoa 115 and 117 bridge St., Mifflintown. mmpr P.lpnrinor nf There is a great deal of talk in fsiwrn shnnr WlMVH fllltV It 1H Thieves pryed open a window 01 to the eai bridge. the knitting factory last Tuesday r.icrh pntpred the building. Diew open the safe and got 25 cents The Republican Congressional Conference met at Lewistown on the 28th inst.. and renominated Thaddeus Mahon for Congress. James J. Homing's family of this place; Brice Homing's family of Fermanaeh township, are in at tendance at the Williams Grove picnic. Anffiist 30. the annual re union of the Odd Fellows of Snyder, Mif flin. Juniata and Union counties, will b held at Mifflinburg, Union county. John Linck of the police wagon patrol force of Philadelphia, visit d his friend John Karl, manager of the knitting factory in this place, last week. The Locust Run Union Sunday During the period of a generation and more, there was no question in whom the responsibility was vest ed, and all repairs that were made to any part of the bridge Dy outside parties, was considered as by the grace of the state and railroad com pany. The railroad company Who has taken the place 01 the state in the ownership of the railroad route has not notified anyone that it has been divested of its right to control the highways at the crossings on the route and reconstruct the bridge across the canal. . The Pennsylvania Railroad Company having taught the canal route there is no reason to jump to the conclusion that they have gotton rid of their responsibility and right to control and construct the highways across the canal. They are slow about repairing the high wayacross the canal route at this place. The root-way 01 tne the war in cms A After the capture of Pekin by the armies of the United States, Japanese, Russian, British and French, the imperial family lied from the city and the allied armies took possession of the town and districted the city, each nation getting a portion to take care of. There seems to be no government in China. The mob appears to be in control. The despatches indicate that the Americans were the first to enter the city. The Chinese government thought it best to flee from the city. The Boxer rioters were not trne to the government and the Chinese government did did not feel like having five de tachments of foreign armies around them. To get away from immed iate contact with its 'enemies the government packed its bag and baggage. A 19 year old Ameri can boy from Vinton, Iowa, was the 1st American to lead the way over the wall. He threw a rope on the wall, climbed the rope, drew up a ladder and that was the beginning that led the Americans into the city. He is not in the full sense a spldier, but a musician. The kind of an instrument he plays is not stated. It may be a drum. His name is Calvin P. Titus. The only American killed in the first fighting at Pekin was Cap tain Reilly of artillery. Lat er information indicates that ten Americans were killedand twenty five wounded. The McKmley ad ministration expresses the purpose to refrain from sending more troops to China at this time, and if there is a regular government in China with which matters may be satisfactorily arranged the Ameri can troops there now will be with drawn whenever it is certain that life and property ran be made se cure. This is what the AlcKinley gov ernment sent to the Chinese minis ter on the proposal to suspend hos tilities. Washington, August 23. The State Department this morning made public the following reeponse to China's appeal through Lang Hong Chang for a cessation of hos tihties. "While the condition set forth in the memorandum delivered to the Chinese Minister, August 12, has not been fulfilled, and the pow ers nave been compelled to rescue their Ministers by force of arms, unaided by the Chinese govern ment, still this government is ready to welcome any overtures for a truce, and invite the other powers to join when security is established in the Chinese capital and the Chi nese government shows its ability and willingness to make on its part an effective suspension of hostili ties there and elsewhere in China. " hen this is done and we hope it will be done promptly the United States will be prepared to appoint a representative to join National Encampment, Union Veteran Legion, at Ft. Wayne, Ind. Reduced Rates via the Pennsylvania Railroad. On account of the National En campment, Union Veteran Legion, at Ft. Wayne. Ind., on September 12, the Penusylvama Railroad Company will sell excursion tickets at the rate of one fare for the round trip from all points on its line east of Pittsburg and Erie to Ft. Wayne Tickets to be sold and good going September 9, 10, and 11, returning, to September 18, inclusive. 2t. MARRIED: . To make room for the best and largest assortment of FALL WINTER GOODS that Juniata county has ever seen, and to clear space for the fine line of European and American novelties Mr. Schott is selecting. We shall make the greatest outs in prices ever known here. Among the nr.any reductions, we mention the following: The very best makes of Calico, not remnants or seconds, but the best, for only 5 cents a yard-. We have a cheaper grade of Calico for 4 cents a yard. Some Ladies Shirt Waists that Vere from Sb cents to 75 cents, we sell them now for 19 cents and 23 cents. Ladies Fine Shoes, in sizes 2, 3 axd 3t, that sold from $1.50 to $3.00, we sell them now for 50 cents. Dimities and Lawns that sold for 10 cents and 12j, we are selling now for 7 cents. Scotch Lawns, the beet color, we are selling at 4 cents We have a good quality of Table Oil Cloth that we are selling for 12 cents a yard. 36 by 36 inch Cotton Hugs for only 15 cents. 36 by 36 inch All Wool Rugs for only 25 cents. Large size velvet Rugs for only 75 cents. o O-O O O O SCHOTrS STORES. 103 to 109 Bridge Street, CLOTHING and Gents' Furnishing Goods, FURNITURE and House Furnishing Goods. To keepup our reputation Stock, we have a of each season having a New Kkpner Burns. On the 4th inst., at Port Royal by Rev. I. O, Moser, Ira D. Kepner and Ida M Burns. Gronixcer Maugek. On the 16th inst , at Academia by Rev. Walter K. Ilarnish, Howard F, Groninger and Phoebe A. Manger, Bradfield Campbeix. On the 20th inst., at Cross Keys, by Rev. M. S. Derstine, Lee Roy Bradfield and Erne G. Campbell. Plank Diven. On the 22nd inst., at Concord, Franklin Co. Pa., by Rev. W. II. Narcross, Al- onza Plank and Clara Diven. DIED: Clearance Sale, both Summer and Winter. We are more than ever determined to effect a complete clearing eale. - The remainder of our ttcck must and will be sold regardless of cost. Now is your chance to save Dollars. Now is your opportunity. Don't mips it. Call at once at Meyers' Big Stores. If you are supplied for this season you cannot make a be tter investment than to buy your goods for next Summer. MEYERS, THE LEADER. IN LOW PRICES. lift sad lit Bridge Street. MIFFLINTOWN, PA 1865, ESTABLISHED. 3900. Special Invitation To The Hublit Tnscaror Valley Railroad. SCHEDCU DC EFFECT MOTOaT, JUKE. 20, 1898. EASTWARD. Yeager. On the 24th of Aug ust in Port Royal ol cancer of the stomach, Mrs. - Elizabeth Yeager, acred about 60 years. Interment on Monday in Church Hill ceme tery. Douty. On the 24th of Aug ust at Mexico, Juniata Co., Pa., of inflammation of the bowels. Rev.. Hiram H. Douty, aged 54 years and 2 months. Mr. Douty was ill only 4 days. His friends can hardly realize that he has gone from among them " forever. He was active in making the late Evangelical camp-meeting a suc cess and the people who met him there can scarcely believe that- he is no more. Funeral director Wm . P. Snyder had his body prepared for shipment to Lewisburg. The remains were shipped on Sea Shore on Saturday. Interment at Lewisburg, Union county, Pa., on Sunday. Tyson. On the morning of the 24th inst., at his home in Mifflin town, John Tyson, aged 77 years. Interment in the Presbyterian cem etery on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Tyson came to this county when he was a small boy with his parents from one of the eastern counties of Pennsylvania and spent all his life industriously, and had acquired a home for himself at the first canal lock north of town. The flood of 18S9 swept the houseaway. Since then he had lived in Mifflin town. He was lock-keeper when the flood came. He had the lock in charge during a period of ten years, lie also served a period of 12 years as lock-tender at the 3rd level. The lock was commonly known as Macedonia lock. At an early day when the canal was own ed and operated by the state he was employed on one of the canal repair flats. He was w. 11, up to within a period of a few weeks, when he was stricken with apo plexy and np to the time of the stroke, he faithfully performed the duties of an industrious and self- respecting citizen in supporting himself, llis wife was seriously ill when he was stricken and she daily To attend the Attractive Sale of Clothing i?,at goes from THE IMMENSE STOCK OF D. W. HARLEY. STATIONS. DAILY, EXCEPT SCUBA Y. Lv It will be TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS Who nave money to invest to examine the Stock of Goods for MEN. BOYS AND CHILDREN It is truly marvelous to See THE BEAUTIFUL STYLE:? of Su;t8 and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Loir Prices. His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail to give aim m can u in neeo 01 blowing. D. W. HARLEY MIFFLIN TO WN PA. Blair's Mills Waterloo... Leonard's Grove. Bcls FhTO S T1 1 . -t- I ireruincK .... East Waterford IHecknmi:....... Hor.fv Gl ove Fort Biphnm Warble Pleaeart Vipw Seven Tim's Spruce Hill Grahams Stewart Freedom Turbett Old Port Port Royal Ar. No.1 No.3 if 25 3i 37 45 52 05 17 3 2? 8 30 3 39 8 44 8 52 8 55 9 03 9 06j 9 09 12 18 25 M. 45 51 57 05 12 2 37 42 50 59 04 12 3 15 3 23 3 26 3 29 3 32 3 38 3 45 Tnlni Not. 1 od 2 connect at Fori Boyal with Wj PMrrper and Seubore Express on P. K. B., and Noa. 8 and 4 witn Hail east. school, will oicnic in Hostettler's canal bridge fell last 4th of July, woods. September 1st. Every- and the general public believe that with the renrentativa of theoth- passed away but a short time since body invited. The Van Dyke the driveway is in a dangerous I similarly interested powers and! Tyson had a proclivity for "band will be present and discourse condition at this time. When the ef the Authorative and responsible hunting and was one of the most music. bridge fell it was believed it would government of the Chinese Em- skillful and successful hunters in Ralph Espenschade spent from be speedily repaired or rebuilt, for pire to attain ihe ends declared in valley "ncefith days of the ix.jti.r.uv .1. . . !. rvmnanv uHnt it thin tvilnt i .1 ti. rnd men. Hia field for tranmntr Fridav until Monday Witn his ja. "r. ' J n v;j. wreuiar iu uie pvwrn ui yuijr vr Ksnenschade. when immediately Doarueanp ail 01 ine g 1900. he left for Bellefonte, having se- approaches that had been left by maedj Alvey A. Adeb, nred a position in a drug store in that town. "William Hower of Fermanagh township, is laying in the hospital at Williamsport, suffering from a broken thigh. The Injury was sustained in a lumber camp in Ly coming county. Editor William L. Kurtz of the Twisbure Journal, died at the home of his parentsat Center Hall, Centre county, Pa. Mr. Kurtz wa 3ft vears of ace and leaves a wife and four children. th hrnakinir down of the footWay. I The nubile will be highly gratified if the Company nuts the bridge in a safe condition, which many peo ple believe it is not now in COMMITTEE MEETING. The members of the Republican County Committee are hereby no- tihed that a meeting of the Corn- Acting Secretary. t "Department ofState, Washing ton, August ZZ, 1900." But the war goes on. A battle took place near Tien Tsin in which f) Americans were wounded The Chinese are trying to destroy the fine of communication' to Pekin. Large bodies of German troops have arrived. American refugees are' being escorted from "Pekin to red men. His field for trapping was chiefly In obade mountain, 5 miles north of Mifflintown. He followed the sport of the trapper over a half century and in that time captured 60 black bears, 40 wild cats, foxes, coons, skunks and smaller game unnumbered and the tales of his adventures, if they had besn collected, would fill a good sized book. mittee will be held at the Hotel Tien Tsin by boat down the Iriver '"T I " Ashton at o'clock p in., on am-1 Fears are entertained mat tne ai nrdav. September 8. 1900. A full lied armv at Fekin has been sur- attendance is desired as matters of rorinded by a) large Chinese army. 1 Consumption Surely Ouivj. In Twm taaK-lMN tnftrtar m ifcatl hava a poaHtr tmma&r tor Cm aborv-Mined atraw, By tU Maiitj aaa Himwaaita ethnpalw manUj aumd. IakanbacWul a mma tve kottlM of mj MM lay FJUU to v o T"nr fata who bava esaantpMoa If they will mo tagar Klin and r. ttiiWi am Baapfc WESTWARD. Tnlna Noa. 2 and 8 connect at Blair'i Hill with Concord, Doyleabiirg Dry Run, NoaariUa, Keelyton, Shade oap, enaao YaUey and Qpahorn Station Stag Linen. WONDERFUL are the cares hf Hood's tsirsaparilla, and yet they re simple and natural. Barilla make9 PURE Hood's BLOOD. RAILROAD TINE TABLE. pERRY COUVTT RAILROAD. The following schedule went Into effect Not. 10, 1896, and the trains will be ran aa follows.- - Leave Arrite a. ra Dnncannon 7 64 Kmt's Mill 7 49 Sulphur Springs 7 46 "CormanSMinr 7 44 Mi ntebe'-n Tark 7 II p. m 4 30 4 80 4 39 8 4! 4 4: 4 4. 4 61 454 4 56 4 59 a. m - fl CO 0 CB 9f9 911 5. 14 r. to 9 19 v 9 24 9 2' Weaver noffu.L floj-er Mabanoy Bloomfleld Tiwler Xollson Dam's Klliotsbarfc Bcrnheicl'o "Groen Fui Montour June Land in burg 7 83 7 83 7 81 728 7 23 709 704 7 01 P8 G 61 0 48 6 83 6 28 p. ra 2 28 223 220 3 18 2 IS 2 IS 2 08 266 208 200 141 1 88 181 128 1 28 1 20 1 18 1 IS 260 5 10 10 13 6 16 9 49 5 21 9 64 6 24 9 67 5 27 10 05 6 82 10 C7 6 84 10 17 6 87 10 30 6 02 10 35 p. m a. m Arrive Leave a. m p m Train leaves Bloomfleld at 6.53 a. m., and arrives at Landisbnrg at 6.28 a. m. Train leaves Landislmrg at 6.08 p. m., and arrives at Bloomfleld at 6.40 p. m. All station marked () are Hag stations, at wblct trains wil) come to a full atop on signal. Csjas. n. SaiLir, S. n. Baca, President. Snpt. IVI EWPOKT AND SHERMAN'S VAL I ley Railroad Company. Time table of passenger trains, in effect on Monday, Msy 18tb, 1S96. How to Prolong Life No man or woman can hope to lira long if the KiAnera, BUdder, or Urtaarr Organa are diseased. Disorders of that kind should sever be neglected. Doa t delay in finding oat yaar condition. You cu tell s well a a physician. Pal some nrine In a glass or bottle, and let it stand a day and night. A aadiawal m the bottom is a aura alga that yon have Kidney disease.' Other certain aigaa are paina is the am all of the back a desire to make water often, aspect ally at night a scalding sensation in passing it and if nrine stains lines there) is no doubt that the disease la present. There ia a care far Kidney and Bladder Diseases. It ia Br. DavM Kb saV'a Bessedy. It haa bees for thirty yean, and la today, the greatest and beat medicine known for these trenblea. Mr. WruiAM W. Adams, cor. Jefferson Avenue ana Clifton Street, Roches ter, N. Y., says: "Three years ago I waa taken with Kidney disease very badly ; at times 1 was completely prostrat ed; in fact, waa so bad that a day waa act for the doc tors to perform an operation Upon ma Upon that day I com 4naTiMA tlia nas af Dr. DatM Kiiaf illy B raveriu leeway, and it waa long before I waa entirely eared. And I kare bad ao return of the trouble since. My weight haa increased, and I netef waa wm wen as I am now. Br. BevM fiaasaYe reverito tsisaV saved my life." FaVertU ReaBedy acta directly upon the Kidaeys, Liver aad Blood, faoaaaa ef Nervousness. Dyspepsia, Rheumatism. Ulcers. Old Seres, Blood Poisoniag, Brigbt'a Disease and Female Troubles it baa made cures after all other treat tueuta failed. It is sold for fti.oo a bottle at drug store. A teaspoonful ia a dose. c I f i. a Send you fall postoffice address to the Da. Dam SSaplff lyCttle rrCO I Knv Coiro-Ano. Readout, N. T.. as mM t& mplekotti of rmtomttowiXlbeseiittT9. Every auffacar can depend upon the genniaerea of tkie offer.- wad should aead at r.r- aW V T favorite 11 M - r lt VA I'll UV "I STATIONS. 2 No.2 No.4 DATLT, MCtM BtTftDAT. A K. p. M Port Koyal. 0.0 10 20 5 05 Old Port 1.310 275 12 Turbett ; .... 2 8 10 335 18 Freedom 3.7 10 3fi 5 21 Stewart... 4.410 395 24 Grabam'e. 5.010 42 5 27 Spruce Hill 6.310 50 5 35 Seven Pines 7.2 10 53 5 38 Pleasant Tiew 9.011 01 5 46 Warble. 10.011 06,5 51 FortBigbam. 12.011 15,6 00 Honey Grove 14.0 11 23j6 08 Heckman 15.1 11 28 6 13 East Waterford.... 17.511 40 6 25 Perulack 20.5 11 63 6 38 Ross Farm. 22.012 00 6 45 Leonard's Grore... 24.012 08 6 53 Waterloo 25.512 14 6 59 Blair's Mais.....Ar. 27.012 20 7 05 3. C. MOORHEAD, y Stipertniendenl. H. MOORHEAD, Prttvkai. uekcx a DnoncoLQs VcsssE - "F 8 SAIVKIUOEOHE A wonderful tmprovesMntta BVtrttea Feeds ao4 G la-Bark. Bick motion ol Curiae 3 tines aa bat aaanrotberla tbcmarkrt. FriMlae f 'latch Feral, rawtmff all tbe fed gearing: to alaud etill wbiia Dark la;; aTVeal ilea la aawer aae wear, t'ata. loirue and prices free. Atoo Mariaa Harrasi, ('aliivetera, fare Plaatrrs, SbeTlrra, :.. fiima afc PIOXWLJ, atfrs York. Fa, STATIONS. West- last. ward. warl. a 1 1 a 4 rs As ah ra Kewpcrt 6 06 10 86 8 80 BaBslo Brldre 6 03,10 88 8 2V 8 6) Juniata Furnace ... 6 12 10 42 8 23 8 6 Wanneta 6 1510 46 8 20 8 60 "vlvuj ,, 6 2610 62 8 16 8 4 Wat-T Ping ....... 6 22ll 0! 811 8 41 Bloomfleld Jonct'n. 6 81111 65 8 08 8 88 Valley Road 6 89!ll 09 8 uC 83 EUiottabnrc 6 61 11 21 7 46 8 16 Greco Park 6 64 11 24 1 10 8 10 Lojsville 7 05 11 86 . 84 8 OS Fort Robeson .... 7 11 11 41 7 26 2 6 Conter 7 15 11 45 7 1 29 Cisna's Hon 7 21 II 61 7 IS 2 46 Aaderaonburfr 7 27 II 67 7 10 2 40 Blain 7 86 12 06 7 03 2 St Mount Pleasant ... 7 41 12 11 6 68 2 24 New German t'n ... 7 45 12 16 6 60 2 20 D. GRING, President and Manager C. K.. Mnu.se, General Asent. UIIVIHT KEahvot j-AENEHATION AFTER SENERATsOSuL Of arm mrn AMn man n ACj Sian TaaMsr ahoald Cusni filrffarar From i,CataiTb. fafw. 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