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TENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
iXESDAT. DEO. 19. 1900
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ttces 8 cent a line.
Reduction will be made to those de-i
advertise by the year, half oa
msll on :)
ia Jcia II. ;Ue-
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ilroad wreck crew
Ided with a 30 ton
with which to dear
I Xing to
SHORT LOCALS. "
Streams are low.
Sleighs are ready.
Where is the snowf
Inauguration day talk.
Who'll ran against Quay?
The Bore war is not over.
Was Booze hazed to death!
Reader, a merry Christinas.
'jV a happy New Year.
Roads as smooth itSSigphalt.
A hard freeze for the wheat.
Deadly walk on the railroad.
The river is fringed with ice.
The war in Boreland goes on .
Can the wheat stand the freeze!
Splendid, the Lutheran chnrch.
Keep j our eye on the Mormons.
The markets remain unchanged.
Who'll be United States Senator!
Look out for counterfeit half dol
lars. A full crop this year, the baby
Congress adjourns for the holi
days. Great blizzard promised for Jan
uary. Skates were in demand last
Great blizzard promised for February.
Dry heat is said to produce
Colonel Quay is ill at Washing
ton, D. C.
The east end is to have an elec
ir isn't everv stocking that will
catch a gilt.
Coffee drinking is injurious to
That's leeome of the water of
the last rain.
The Spanish war treaty is in the
Cbk-ken hens are taking a rest in
the lay business.
The hunting season for most of
the game is over.
Automobiles will be as cheap as
horses by and by.
Si.ush ice began to run thick on
the ri . '-r last Friday.
The freeze of last week made the
wheat fields look blue.
McKinley's Phillippine policy
does not suit Harrison.
'.V ran potatoe will remove mud
stains from black clothes."
Congressman Mahon voted
against the Army canteen.
Fifteen hundred coal miners are
on a strike at Wilkesbarre.
J. T. Ailman has been erected
Secretary of the htate Grange. S
The Masons save a snoper In
their lodge room on Tuesday even
ing. The architectual appearance of
the new Lutheran church is pleas
ing: The U. S. Senate last Saturday
passed the pension bill in 13 min
utes. Christmas is coming. How many
of us regard it beyond a day of fes
tivity. According to census report Jnn
iata county has .r9 cows and fi54
ThelKxear and fence corner
nft iir 5rm f7r trn
Thick ice was tonneu on stm
water last Friday and Saturday
Some one has a resolution of sym
pathy in Congress for the Boer re
Uobert McMeen, Esq , bought
the Ezra Smith farm near McAlis.
Uobert McMeen, Esq., is having
the outside of his residence
The Muddy Bun Milford town
fihip school has organized a liter
a. raw lan is home in Tub-
il.V5iTrom Nrth Dakota
i reports fche weather cold in
I north laoid. .
British the other day. and
LVZ-A w' V1 of W
pontracta-J t . .
flbetn bn 5: corning Has
the moon is not a dead pi:
know t;i T they
M,oe nd. k.ing fac-
"ill ufi n.lri -1. tnA
ohs House ou ThorwW r.n.
Mrs H Qm
snip, uumDerian -v. .
burglar in her warw
nun tnere till Help a
he was taken to jail.
Weitzel Brothers of K
Una are erecting a p
and saw-mill near P
There appears a large
in sight for them to wor!
Rev. Means of Ph:
Pa., appointed by
-T3 C-. '-lz
rrcsw tery to
preach in the Presbyterian chnrch
last Sunday, preached interesting
sermons, now morning ana even
ing. The oleomargarine billy in Con
gress, places a tax of lOctf a pound
on oleomargarine colored as butter.
The tax on nncolored oleomargar
ine is' one-fourth of a cent a
Mrs. Mary McCne of Bethlehem,
Pa., died on the 11th inst., aged
58 years. She was. distinguished
in eastern Pennsylvania on account
of her weight. She weighed 603
. Cleave, a fnrmAr mm. I
Wt Mifflin, has beenannointedlBCo1-ll108- S' Moorehw, flock
fenal ainfl-Jf?1 , of 195 Angora goats that did not
j r?n railroad division. His of-! at thf
ny" s located at Altoon i I ' luc r U"JWUI WI general
prn,T I interest on tne ttoionei's Koss Farm
PUBLIC Sale TT. .. 1 : rv.
8 Sold bv an Mffi.iAnf a ! J
at reasonable ratM aHiIiwu I Ephriam B. Pannabaker died of
Albert Hackfbfrokr I P"1"" nis nome in wasning-
Mifflintown Pa i ton, D. C, on the 2nd inst. He
ir , ,, i uiuvoi irom ijewisiown 10 wasn
aanyofthft mm who aintwi I j . -.a-. tr.
. " -. " " . iuriuu iu iow. xxe una numerous
Remember the iirinat" ni r - x .
tolCuba!" are now down on tha - w
r that ime from remembering' The Xewportrwater plant went
thfe Maine and the onto Cuba cam- dry. la8t 8nmmer and to provide
ingHiimi hdcd an eveni Happening
The loweirnouse of Congress pass-1 el and an nnlicri wiHi vaf..
4 the one hnJWj.'ed .and forty-five the river bv a nnmn run hv a
million, two hnnd.i "mi forty-
ve tnonsand dollar pension .Ml i.
last Saturday. Also the bill to re
duce war revenue taxes.
The Sunday Schools of the Lnth
eran ana"ft"?QVvterian churches of
the town are nrerjariner for Xmaa
aormon elders are holding celebrations. The entertainment
pueetings in many counties in the of the latter will be held Mnndav
ptate, seeking to make converts. ! evening and that of the former on
pliey are active in the States of .Tuesday evening.
piaryland and Delaware and Vir
ginia and West Virginin.
Ex-President Harrison delivered
h lecture at the University of Mich
Igaa in which he denounced the
policy of the McKinley adminis-
traln&in its management of Porto ; than with
Uico and the Phillipine Islands. . business.
It was the business men who ran
the oleomargarine trade and dem
ocratic politicians wanted to blame
it on the the republican party.
The republicans had no more to do
with the oleomargarine business
any other firanch of
Foil Bkxt. First floor and
basement of the Hollobaugh build
Miss Gertrnde Sieber of Gettys
burg and Mr. Herwert Moyer of
ng on Bridge street, Mifflintown, Xorristown, will be married on the
ra., suitable for a meat Maricet or , 25th or lec.
Restaurant. Beliable parties only
need apply. J. E. Hollobaugh.
The Lewistown Sentinel observes : '
' Judging from the present ap
pearance of the Thompsontown
bridge, it was not such a substan
tial piece of work as was represent
ed before a jury here at Lewistown
tome few years ago."
4 The mosquito has always been
onsidered a troublesome thing,
ut now it has become known as a
langerons thing, a promoter of ma-1
ria. - The man who can discover I
. i u
me meaus uv wmcu n i iu iuc
orld of the mosquito will be al-
And he said, when the days be
gin to lengthen the winter begins
to sf rengthen.
The overland railroads are not
in favor of the making of the Xic
Methodists at Pine Glen, Mifflin
county, are preparing to build a
chnrch in the spring.
'Tf alter peeling onions the
hands are rublied on a piece of cel
ery the smell will be entirely re
"House roaches have a great dis
like to the tick of a watch or clock,
and will not remain long where
tVre is a time piece in operation."
George W. Heiges, well known
tf a number of Juniata county peo
ple, fell dead while in the act of
carving a turkey at the dinner ta
ble in York, Pa., on the 9th inst.
The machine shop and foundery
a.n.i agricultural imnlemont.
ofHertzler Zook at Belleville,!
aiimin county, were destroyed by .have not
nre at r.a early hour last Saturday more than
The Port Boyal Times says: On
ondav of this week, Bev. S. A.
Aavenport was in Port Boyal pur-
asing feed for his stock. He has
ken up his residence with Chas.
Si Trego on his farm near McCoj-s-
ville, and will turn his attention to
combination of railroad cor
porations, banks and financiers are
engaged in buying the interests and
mints of individual coal operators
in iie anthracite coal fields of
Pennsylvania. It is said that one
hahdred and ninety million dollars
wifl be required to buy out the in
dividual coal operators.
will be a merry Christmas for
those in health and with means,
but for those on beds of affliction
and for those passing the ordeal of
misfortune their sorrows will be
onl tie more intensified by the
menyChrutmastide. Think kind
ly of and let your feeling of sym
pathy go ont to the nnfortnnate
and efflicted on Christmas day and
indeed on every other day.
Tl ;s paragraph from the Ken
singl n Keystone of December 13,
will anse an expressing of regret
and sympathy on the part of many
Miffljntowu people: David Watte,
father of Mrs. Harry E. Bonsall of
Fifth avenue, was stricken with a
slight stroke of paralysis on Mon
day about noon. His condition is
considerably improved at this writ
ing and it is expected that he will
be outagain within a few days.
WnTing Fang, the Chinese min
ister tt Washington, has the
rs chasing after an address
recently delivered in Car-
,11, Aew York, in which he
liow that Christianity is
tical and impossible re-
iat it claims to deal with
it knows nothing about
i world. He said the
nfneian religion deals
gs as they are in this
Pap Miter has built
hall for the occasion of
tion of nhs two daughters, who
have justL-eturned to Washington
from a vfJ to India, where one of
his dauglllrs is the wife of the
viceroy oD&ndia. The reception
expenses if said, will run up to a
quarter Hillion dollars. Now
don't forgll yourself and get angry
over such ih expenditure of mon
ey for one Warty. The people who
get the moiiey for their work are
that lnuchJhetter off and Pap Lei
ter has thifc much less and they
joyed themselves any
le in Juniata do at
an 8 ieber is a
danghter of Bev. Lemuel Sei
ber of Gettysburg, formerly of this
Co., and is well and favorably
known in the town and county.
Horse-traders held a convention,
recently at Toccoa, Georgia Two
thonsand persons attended the con
vention. Five hundred horses
were swoped. Horses and mules
were bought and sold. The high
est price paid for a horse was $90.
Mnles sold down as low as seventy-
five cents. ; .. . , ,
Edward Stahlman, aged 22
years, was strnck by a passenger
tram and killed near Byde station,
Mifflin county on Sunday evening.
He was talking on the track with
other meu. Alexander Love was
struck and is not expected to live.
The young men were on their way
home from church.
The world is just now rounding
the curve for the return trip lor
longer days. It is a long enrve
and fast as the earth is traveling
on its track at the rate of 260,000
miles an hour, it will be some days
before it has rounded thecurveand
begins to lengthen the days. In
another month it will be rolling
back and turning on more light
On January 1st, 1901, a mail
stage will leave Mifflintown at 7 A.
v., for Bich field and return, leav
ing Bichfield at 2 p. m., arriving
at Mifflintown in the evening. A
mail stage will also leave Bichfield
at 7 A. m., for Mifflintown, arriv
ing at 10 a. M., and again leaving
for Bichfield at 1.30 p. St., giving
double service each way every day
The Yonng Ladies' Foreign
Missionary Society of the Presby
terian chnrch of this place held a
bazaar in the lectnre room of the
church Friday evening. Fancy
articles were displayed for sale and
handsomely decorated booths ana
excellent refreshments were served
from 5 until 10 o'clock. Alto
gether the bazaar was both a so
cial and financial success.
The Supreme Court of New York
has taken to fooling with the
women and says women should all
be home by midnight, me qn
tion got into the court by a land
lord locking out a tenant at 10 o
clock at night. Smaller questions
than tha Knntrnl of WOmanKinO.
have led to the change of affairs of
greater moment to mankind tnan
the reorganization of a State Su
It is within the memory of man
when men and women were not al
lowed to occupy one and the same
pew in a chnrch. The men sat by
themselves and the women sat Dy
themselves. They were more par
ticular in those days than tbey are
now. i hev are a pw r '
ticular in Snyder county
a air riniv tha other
Union township, Snyder county, a
Mr. Bamer took a Mrs. Kerstetter
home after night in his JJJ
Neighbors Knight and Bling
found it out and they
to tell it all around, J""
nia nnf .ri,ra aoah of them two
dollars fifty cents bush money.
Earner ve them the money.
ThenenpS tte advice of a lawyer
he had them arrested M bound
annrt tot DISC
over for trial at
- : -a
laying frrce 1
J ", who m
year old 1
was convL :
and senteik '
last week W
town eocsdl of
m fLztcctsi in
M have red-n
P that the ooon
f thus caught are
? on the light.
gs and two as-
ijter anrl .Tmli
uu U1S WW
i . Auowukjr ana
rmes in Snvder
rs of the brick-
me weeks ago,
of Camden, N.
his wife and six
ril 1899, was
auderin the first
Vantttd a- new trial,
) on lyo indictments
1 to the penitentiary
aerve a renn of 30
years on each indictment,, making
a sentence of 60 years n prison.
At their' late communion the
Presbyterian congregation at Lew
istown introduced an individual
communion set. The Lewistown
Sentinel says. The set comprises
tiny glass cups, forty of which go
in each holder, in which the elders
pass them to the communicants in
the pews, and the latter after use
place the glasses in neat recepta
cles attached to the pews. This
permits of the solemn ceremony be
ing performed expeditiously and
without the least confusion.
In a fit of d spondency J. B.
Bennard of near Chadd's Ford,
Pa., committed suicide on the 10th
inst. The peculiarity about the
case is, that at the time he was fix
ing a rope around a beam in the
upper part of the barn and put
ting the noose about his neck he
was taiKing to his hired man in
the basement of the barn. A short
time after the conversation Mrs.
Bennard went to the barn and up
stairs to call her husband to din
ner. She found him dangling at
the end of the rope with broken
Professor W . E. Auman receiv
ed a despatch on Monday, convey
ing the sad intelligence of the
death of his son William at Elgin,
Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Auman
had not been informed of the ill
ness of their son, and they were
greatly shocked when informed of
his unexpected death. Mr. Will
iam Anman was a study indus
trious man. He learned the print
ing business in this town some
twelve years ago and followed the
business in the west. He was in
from the west with his family six
months ago on a visit to his parents.
His many friends here are sorely
grieved over his seemingly untime
ly taking off and express sympathy
for all the bereaved. His father
started for Elgin immediately npoj
reeeivi- g the word of the death of
his son on Monday.
Bev. D. H. Hench of Perry coun
ty, a minister of the Radical Unit
ed Brethren Church, on account of
refusing to retract accusations
made against the church and its
minutes at a camp-meeting nea-1
Greencastle, Franklin county, last
summer, has been barred from the
pidpit until the next annual con
ference. The charge against Bev.
Hench is that he said the Church
was "rotten to the core," and that
no man would get to Heaven un
less he believed in Divine
healing. The trial was held in
Southampton township, Cumber
land county, and was presided ov
er by presiding Elder Samuel Dill
er of the Harrisburg District. Mr.
Hench acted as his own counsel.
The charges against him were pre
ferred by Bev. J. S. Sollenberger,
presiding elder of the Chambers-
NINETY -ONE YEABS.
The Logansport Daily Journal
of December 15, 1900, gives an ac
count of the celebration of the 91st
birthday of Mr. John P. Bobison
of Carroll county, Indiana. Mr.
Bobison is one of Carroll county's
most respected citizens and he en
tertained his neighbors and friends
at a big dinner and family gath
ering. The day was a most pleas
urable one to all present and to
none more so than to Mr. Bobiso i
himself, who still despite the
weight of advancing years, retains
much of the vigor of more youth
ful days and is as hearty as a man
much younger than himself. A
number of guests were present
from Logansport and Mrs. Cather
ine McBurney of Pennsylvania,
she being a daughter.
Dr. Heading is having his honse
After conducting services in
Union Co , Bev. Beaver has return
ed home. -f
Miss Blanche Sieber, recently
spent a few days visiting friends
Mexico, is visiting
EAST SALEM NOTES.
Miss Minnie Schildt of Chester
Springs is visiting here.
John Wert has for guests, John
Wert and family of Pittsburg and
Jas. Wert or uaicota, 111.
A Treat number of people from
hens attended the institute held at
Van Wert last Tuesday and Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Adam Ferster of
TCvendale, spent a day of last week
at the Winey home.
A horse of Daniel Spicher's died
last Monday. : ,
with his Toys.
This big Christmas Gift Head-
u kruafal af haat kiad af
Haliaajp tokaas to foaa4
aaywaaraaaa kp ia miad
that tfcaj are sera for averj
BMa.wea.aa aaa aaud and ia
larger variety taaa waa ever
dreaaMd af before. Yea eaa't
stake a Utake, if job bay
your CariataiM ;Prereati at
The laat week before Ckrut
at aa4 roa lad oar Sterea
ia (all Holiday Trim. 8aata
Olaaa bat arrived; eaaie ia
bis aatoaMbile, lotdod dowa
witb ererytbiag troia realm
or Toydoai. We are aiakuf
it aa objeot for j a to bay
year Christnaa preeeaU right
bow ia oar ttorei. Fatberi
- : aotbora, brotben, autera sboald
eoaio sow. Cbrislaata aioney will
aa extraotdiaary long way ia
previdiac for alL
Oolla for Sole te$2.00, dreaMd and andreaaed, air taaa. bona, waa-oaa
... l HV, WlVni
I. tool DOIM MnM. ahaira .kl. i. .
fiaaa aad tbovaaada of play tbioea and aoTeltiea to astase'tbe ehildreo.
UaibreUaa ia all kioda of bandit, ike moat daaira
bla pretest yea oaa make for Udiea or geatlemea,
maa'a ambreUaa for 1 00, 1 26, 1 bO, 2.00 to $3.00.
Ladiea Silk Umbrellas for 1.26,1 60 to $2.
Holiday Noveltiea in Cbina, Brie-a Braek, biaqae
Oroameata, faney vasea, Cbina Clocks, Handsome
China Dishea, Celery and Salad Piabe, Platen,
Capa and Saucers ail of tbo real imported China-
ware. Never before Ltd we saoh a grand array of attraotiye and seasonable
foods at prioes lowest.
Handsome Holiday Novelties ia toilet Caaea and aeta in fanoy celluloid.
Arm a a a mm aW a IT . . ...
couara ana cons ana neoatiea, Boxes, Albania, manienrea, &o.t elove and
bandkerohief boies, a large and elaborate a took of Holiday jewelry, new
orooeae', nnger rings, nraeeteta, bat pita, aterling silver Toilet and manieare
aeta, Sterling and gold bat and Cloth brashes, Inkstands, Fonntain pens for
1 00, 1.26, 1.50, ailyer poeket booka, Sterling Silver Haisaars, tooth brashes,
ana nanareaa et artioiea to seieet irom
More S'jggestiona for Ho'.ida; Qifta, Handkerchiefs and KM Glorea fo'
Ladiea, men and ohildren, remarkable bargains ia shoes an4 slippers, Holi
day Slippers for men and ladies for 60o to $1.50, boys' and liitlo boys' oal
aad bax calf shoes, men's and ladies' and children's sboQs, the Urgest As
sortment ib Juniata couoty.
Ladies' Coats and Capca. Children
and Misses' Coats, Children's Par Sets,
l.kdia far aaarfft or noliKroMsa l.aio.' '
waists or gowns, underwear. .
Laoe Curtains, table oovera or Nap.
kins, fanoy towels, a nice dress in Hen.
rietta Cloth or other fanoy dress goods,
Shovel. Suspenders, mtn's aad Ladies'
Ties, men's and ladies' tics, men's fine
shirts and theusands of other artioiea to
Go to SCHOTT'S STORES For holiday pres
ENTS. 103 to 109 Bridge Street.
1865, ESTABLISHED, 1900.
Special Invitation To The Public
To attend the Attractive Sale of Clothing I'jat goes on daily
THE IMMENSE STOCK
D. W. HARLiEY
It wiil be
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS
Who nave money to invest to exuaine the Stock of Wooiis for
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STYLE i
of Su'ts and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices.
Ills prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't 'ill
to give him a call if in need of Clothing.
D. W. H A RLE Y
M IFFLI1SI TO YN J?
Cox Dumm. On the 15th
inst., at East 8alem, by Key. John
Land is, Ira F. Cox and Florence I.
On the 6th inst., at Johnstown,
Jnniata countv. by Rev." I. O.
Mower. Samuel K. Groninger and
Agnes M. Franknause.
Wfrktpttf.k Marks. On the
9th inst . bv Rev. H. M. Traut-
man at Knonsetown, John H. Ker
stetter and Com A. Marks.
Peck McCixre. On the 13th
inst., by Rev. William R. Picken
at Mifflintown, Samuel E. Peck
and Rettie M. McClnre.
Henry Robison. On the 13h
inst.. at McCoysville by W. C.
Adair John B. Henry and M. Jane
Horler Hostler. On the
17th inst., at Mifflintown, by Rev.
William R. Picken. Daniel C. Hos
ier and Minnie Hostler.
Wm. CJroes A family have moved
from Delaware towuship into the Mc
Mr. aud Mre. A. O. Haldeman, are
visiting Iu Winchester, Va.
Mrs. Arnold and non of Burn ham.
were the guests of Mr. and Mr,- Wil
son Qrorn for a ehnreiame lately.
Miss Ida Katnea is teaching in an
Orphan 8hool in Cheater Springs.
Friday Afternoon the school of this
place wiljf celebrate Xmaa with appro
ChaaWetzlerof Pfoutx'a valley, re
cently spent a few days with his moth
er Mrs. Rof h Wetzler.
Dr, David 5enn2i5,S
CURES All ClKn-.STO:.OI
. AND LIVER TROUBLES.
Miss Mary Middah is spending a
. . "V - ,
conpie oi weeKs in Newport.
Thursday eveainS Miss Mand
Wilson returned from a protracted
visit to Philadelphia.
Milton Guss made a business trip
to i limine 1st own tnis week.
Mrs. Emma Reynolds of Tyrone,
is visiting her father Wm. Web
Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey of Water
ford spent several days of last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Miss Nora Moyer is visiting her
sister Mrs. Klinepeter in Harris
burg. John Mickey of Rockvilleisvery
ill with neuralgia.
Miss Jennie Carwell of Scranton,
is visiting at the home of Mr. John
Pannabaker on Juniata street.
The families that were burned
out by the Industrial Plant Fire,
Saturday night two weeks' ago,
have housed themselves for the
winter in different parts of the
town-. Mr. Peirv Cubbison and
son-in-law George Wetzler are liv
ing in the Strayer building on
Main St.:; Georee Wyble has mov
ed into part of the honse occupied
by Grant Shatto on corner of Tus-
carora and Juniata streets .ana
Philin BishoD has moved in with
Wm. Meridith on Path street.
FACTS COUNT-NOT ARGUMENTS.
Talk ia aheap. The ators with the smallest .tk .;-.-
rees.a tow ma, faraiaU the loageat arga-eat Bat what of it. Itara
worda maaa aothtoe. Facta aloaa amm p.... - i. a-i
or Orereoat u latereated ia oar aatehless offeriaga.
Quality First Price Next.
600 all wool Cheviot Saita. ainvla
These emta vera made to be sold for $8.60 and that is what they are worth.
460 Fall and Winter Suits.
All alien, aay styles and patterns, strietly aU wool at $7.60, real valae $10
The very finest Suits
that eao be produced from $10 to $15. Thev ara mmim nl th ahoiimat haw
ported cloth, cat by artist cutters and pat together fcy thoroughly eiperieaoai
tailors- 866 yoaag aaen'a fall saits, all the latest styles from $2.60 to $S.tO.
Over lbOO Mems, "boy's, and Children's Overcoats
readr for voar innnoMinn anil . I -t. . IL.-l
aa 115. Nearly every aaw atyle is mcleded ia tbs liae.
Boy's and Children's Clothing.
Doable breasted, from 4 to 15 years at $1.50, An assortment of aawoat
and best fall styles at $2.60.
Men's Underwear Sale.
The world's best maktrs are represented here, aad baying as we do to largo
qaaBtittes, we can sell at wholesale prioes.
Our Hat Department.
is filled with the latest fall and winter ebepes. Ia Ibia Dae ae in others we
oao save you 25 per cent.
Trunk and Satchell Department
on second floor. Call and see them. Oar prices raage from $1.60 to $10
Opening of our Furniture Campaign.
The Fall Farnitaro Campaign haa been opened by as. From the very start
there will be an ofierrng of saoh goods and values as will make this depart
ment than eter the Recognised Furniture Headquarters in Juniata County.
Five large floors are filled witb the best selected stock from the largest Michi
gan manufacturers. We bought this stook of goods for eash. This means a
saving of at least one-third the lowest retail pnees We doubt whether there
is another store in Central Pennsylvania oao offer inoh inducement ia this
department than we are able to do this fall.
THE LEADEB IN LOW PRICES,
11 mad 119 Bridge Street,
The Sales of Hood's Saaajaparill-
are the largest In the world becao
hs cores by Hood's Saraaparilla et
wonderful, perfect, permanent.
Kood'S Pills are tbo bast
-sthartic and liver medicine. 86c.
NEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL
I v ley Railroad Company. Time Ublf
of paaaenger trains, in effect 00 Hondaj,
Hay 18th, 1899.
Jnoiata Faro ace ...
a ahneta . .......
Wat r Plo
Fort Robo&cn ....
Moont Pleasant . . ,
New Germant'n ..,
8jl 2 4
r K A M A K r
6 06 10 85 8 80
6 08 10 88 8 27 8 6)
6 12 10 4-2, 8 23 3 5
6 15 10 451 8 20 3 50
6 25 10 62 8 16 3 40
6 22 1101 811 3 41
6 8111109 8 0S US'
6 89,1109 8 00 8 82
6 51 U 21 7 45 3 15
6 64;il 24 ' 10 8 10
11 85 i 84 3 O)
11 41 7 26 2 61
1146 7 16 2 1
1161 7 15 2 4f
11 67 7 10 2f
7 8 5 12 06 7 03 2 8.
7 41 12 11 6 68 2 f
7 46 12 15 6 60 2
JEW LIFE TEA
And imparts new life to tha whole system. At
all druggists aad dealers, Stc, or sent by mall,
f your dealer will not supply yoa. Address,
LANOHAM riCO. CO., LE ROY, N. Y.
TuscarOra Valley Railroad.
SCHEDULE DT UTBCT MOWDAT, Jim. 20,
DAILY, EXCEPT BTOCDAT-
D. GR1NG, President and Manage.
C. K. Xauii General Afent.
RAILROAD TME TABLE.
pERRT COUVTT RAILROAD.
The following achedulo went Into effeo,
Nor. 16. 1896, apd the tr'aa wi!l be rnn
Leave Amve a. m
Dnncannon 7 64
'King's Mill 7 49
Snlpbnr Spring 7 46
Corman 8idinr 7 44
Montebello Park 7 41
Wearer 7 40
Roddy 7 86
Hoffman 7 38
Rojer 7 31
HabanoT 7 28
6 10 10 48 Blootnfleld 7 23
6 16 9 49 Tressler 7 09
6 21 9 64 'Nollson 7 04
6 24 9 57 Dam's 7 CI
5 27 10 05 Klllotsbnrf 6 68
5 82 10 f 7 Brrnheisl's 6 61
6 84 10 17 'Groen Put 6 48
6 87 10 80 ontonr June 6 88
6 02 10 86 Landisbnrr 6 28
p. m a. m Arrive Leave a. in p id
Train leaves Bloomfleld at 6.63 a. m.,
and arrives at Landisbnrg; at 6.23 a. m.
Train leavea Landisbnrg at 6.08 p. m., and
amvea at Bloomfleld at 6.40 p. m.
All atationa marked I) are Bag atationa.
at which trains will come to a full stop or
Cans. R. Sanur, 8. B. Baca,
Heckman. ........... .
Spruce Hill. , .
Old Port to
Port Royal Ar.O
i t i i i ti
ff'fONDERFUL are the cureabf
war Hood's Sarsaparilla, and yet they
are simple ana natural. Hood's am
parillamakes PURE BLOOD.
Pennsylvania Bailboad Cosi
pany will Issue Clerical
Orders for 1901.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany announces that clerical or
ders will be issued for the year
1901 to ordained clergymen hav
ing, regular charge of churches lo
cated on or near the line of its
Application blanks may be ob
tained of ticket agents, and same
should reach the General Office by
December 22, so that orders may
be mailed, December 31 to clergy
men entitled to receive them. Or
ders vill be issued only on indiv
idual application of clergymen
when made on blanks furnished by
the Company and certified to by
one of its agents.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUITDAT.
Spruce Hill ,
Blair's Mills..... Ar.
u. IP. x.
20 15 05
3fi 5 21
39 5 24
J. a MOOBHEA
T. S. MOOBHEAP '
Trains Noa. 1 and 2 connect at Port Royal
witb Way Passenger and Seashore Express
on P. R. R and Noa. 8 and 4 witb BUil east.
Trains Noa. 2 and 8 connect at Blair's
Btilla with Concord, Doylesbnrg Dry Ran,
Nossville, Neelyton, Shade Gap, Shade
Valley and Ooabora Station Star Linea.
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morni t. 'twiriitH,