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li. L KISI IBS ML 1 NEAR ODD FELLOWS HALL. 'jjf Part of our Fall Goods are here and more are on the 'J way. Come and see is the cordial invitation we extend to all. Jvl w The goods are new and the prices are right. A large assortment of n ji ■■v, •• •'••••'•5 •• • ••' n%f. *> b _ ••••••••••••• • M Men's, Women's I* - * • Table Cloths, and Childrens' ' • - * Sheetings, 0 Underwear, v . -- /[__ Blankets ami V Art Linens. - 7"" Ked Comfortables, f U Traced tj' 1i 112 ir-ii! lift •+A Corsets, < 'entre Pieces, W f .i. SfoS.' I -r - A Corset Covers, P ' I'lf'K'm.iv, , i' \ \ i . l/t'lics aii'l <> [} lleminway's 1 ■!' ' i Childrens' ,jvL 'Kmbroidery, 112 A'A\ ! 112 Muslin and Silks. Towels I i; •' Flannelette Yf Toweliiigs and » | i»— 11 , j Underwear jv Damask Tablings. V Jft. i * Infants Robes. SW, & ipr- * ¥ 112 u, Offerings for CASH Only. ,Q, H Ladies, set, white wool vests and pants, usually sold at w SI.OO , for 6o cents. yj v Ladies' set, white wool vests and pants, usually sold at & .♦/ $1.25, for 75 cents. W Ladies' set, white wool vests and pants, usually sold at W $1.50, for 90 cents. ;!^j * Childrens' white wool vests and pants, usually sold at J ,0, 65c, for 45 cents. Jvj, rf Childrens' white wool vests and pants, usually sold at fr q 75c, for 50 cents. n, '£■ Childrens' white wool vests and pants, usually sold at # 85c, for 60 cents. & *K Childrens' white wool vests and pants, usually sold at ;<►' y $1.15, for 70 cents. w Childrens' white wool vests and pants, usually sold at <O, V s oc t for 35 . V Childrens' white wool vests and pants, usually sold at JJL £f 45c, for 30 cents. w Infants' pants and vests usually sold at 45c, for 30c. ) q "4% These are short sleeves. jo « Ladies' white Merino vests, sold at 65c for 45 cents. $0 These are all perfect goods. Come earl v. W | 112 § D. E. OLMSTED, | p Near Odd Fellows Hall, Hast Fourth St. y :^3sC^)^3CC^3CC^3<C^3tC^3CC^'^O3(C^3oC3^oC^^3CCjCC^^!)J(^^3CC-4' | C. B. HOWARD & co -lj w 11 Wf v ; ifsjh} l Our line ot Groceries is complete. <M ffl 'M T : A Our aim is to purchase nothing but the ffi|| 1%; 112 Jf&f* best and keep our stock fresh. Come and tf ™ examine our goods. m Our shoes are from the ,■ Hi'' best manufactures in the ; W- country. They comprise IA%O&S '■</ £ all the latest styles and ' colors in footwear. ' '(lgiMfflOlP Our lines'oi linens and j Df)Mrw/i fjp^ domestics [are carefully \ selected from large stocks ' ~ pj <B '■%% an(l are the best goods for _ L •' '' 1 ||| <P> the money obtainable. II in need ot such ,'•••;•, 'I * ' <•( i «.;iveins a tria. \l Our notion department MOTJfVvrX I'll ] is made up of onlv reliable jp'.v : gp ■ ; ifh tgoods at medium prices. l«J:l Examine and let us name you prices. rM_ '■> .:"^ v , I 1 M Our stock of Fall and ffl M Winter Clothing has ar- 0 Iffl W rived. In it you will find Vli |l| M / /Jjff ; [\ X all the latest cloths. Call V^H |! and examine before line is We have shirts and kits of them at ifl ® all prices. I.et us show them to you and ® name our prices. J If you waul to save money, give us a call. <ffl) We defy competition. All goods guaran- CAMERON COUNTY PRESS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1898. From New Zealand. I am very pleased to state that since I took tlie agency of (Chamberlain's medi cines the sale has been very large, more especially ot' the Cough Remedy. In two years 1 have sold more ot this par ticular remedy than of all other makes for the previous five years. As to its eftlcacy, I Irnve been informed by scores of persons of the good results they have received from it, and know its value from the use of it in my own household. It'is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle beyond the reach of the children. E. J. SCANLEBURY. For sale by L. Taggart Nov. The largest organ in the world is in the Cathedral at Seville, Spain. It has 58 pipes and 110 stops. The Best Plaster. A piece of llannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound onto the affected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with a pain in the chest or side, or lame back, give it a trial. You are certan to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords. Pain Balm is also a certain cure for rheumatism. For sale by L. Taggart. Nov. Coal is dearer in South Africa than in any other part of the world. It is cheapest in China. The sooner a cough or cold is cured without harm to the sufferer the better. Lingering colds are dangerous,a Hack ing cough is distressing- One minute Cough Cure quickly cures it. Why suffer when such a cough cure is with in reach? It is pleasant to the taste. R. C. Dodson. 451y ALL SORTS. History will tell about "Dewey" Hobson, Sampson and Americans pro tecting themselves from serious throat diseases by using "Armstrong's Diph theria and Quinsey Drops." The greatest throat remedy in the world. Sold by druggist, R. C. Dodson. 6ly Among the 780,000 persons employ ed in Russia's factories, about 200,000 are women. When you ask for De Witt's Witch Hazel salve don't accept a counterfeit or imitation. There are more cases ef Piles being cured by this, than all others combined. R. C. Dodson. 451y Thirty years ago there was only two dozen explosive compounds known to chemists; now there are over a thous and. The Chinese havo a special god for every disease. Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter. De Witt's Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cure sick Headache, Biliousness, Inactive Liver and clear the Complexion. Small, sugar coated, don't gripe or cause nausea. R. C. Dodson. 451y Americans pay $5,000,000 a year for looking glasses. Old fashions in dress may be revived, but no old-fashioned medicine can re place Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by L. Taggart. Oct. World's annual production of coffee is 1,600,000 pounds. Overcome evil with good. Overcome your coughs and colds with One Min ute Cough Cure It is so good children cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe and all throat and luug diseases. R. C. Dodson. 451y There are (500,000 people employed in Italy in rearing silkworms. Late to bed and early to rise, pre pares a man for his home in the skies. But early to bed and a Little Early Riser, the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser. R. C. Dodson. 451y The number of medical periodicals published in the United States is 275. Many a household is saddened by death because of the failure to keep on hand a safe and absolute certain cure for croup such as One Minute Cough Cure. See that your little ones are pro tected against emergency R. C. Dod son. 451y London enjoys a greater area of open space than any other capitol in the world. Everyone who has diphtheria, croup, quinsy, catarrh or sore throat, can pos itively and speedily bo cured by Thompson's Diphtheria 28-ly Recently a land turtle was found near Anthony Graves home west of Center Hall, upon the shell of which John Bruss had cut h : s name and year 1851. Little idea did he have over 47 years ago that the reptile would turn up alive and well at this time. The turtle was turned loose again. Soothing, healing, cleansing, De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the im placable enemy of sores, burns and wounds. It never fails to cure Piles. You may rely upon it. R. C. Dod son. 451y "Worth Knowing. Thousands have found a friend in Bacon's Celery King. If you have never used this specific for the prevail ing maladies: dyspepsia, liver com plaint, rheumatism, costiveness, nerv ous exhaustion, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, and all diseases arizing from derangement of the stomach, liver and kidneys, we will give you a package of this nerve tonic free. 'Large packages 50c. and 25c. R. C. Dodson. 33-141 v The Louisville Courier-Journal puts it this way: The German warships which have been nosing around in the Philippines hunting for coal deposits in the islands are invited to take notice that within a few days the Oregon and the lowa will be on their way to that part of the world,accompanied not only by abundant coal deposits but by plen tiful deposits of powder and shot. How to Cure a Cold. Simply take Otto's Cure. We know ' of its astonishing cures and that it v. ill j stop a congh quicker than any other I known remedy. If you have Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption or any dis- ' ease of the throat and lungs, a few doses of this great remedy will surprise you. If you wish to try, call at our store and we will furnish you a sample bottle. Large bottle 5Ce. and 25c. R. C. Dodson. 33-141y Sympatic HasL^Ji The sympathetic tenderness of a lov- I ing husband is everything to an expec- ' taut mother, especially during her first ordeal. George Lay ton, Esq., a promi- i nent druggist of Dayton, 0., gives the ! following case : A customer of mine, whose wife has used four bottles of 'Mother's Friend" before con- I fmemeut, says, after seeing the effects of the ! remedy, that if she had togo through the ordeal [ again, and there were: but four bottles on the market, and the cost was SIOO per bottle, she would have them. " Mother's Friend " is a scientifically compounded liniment which affords cer- j tain relief in the various ailments pre- j ceding childbirth, and assures proper I elasticity to the cords and muscles in- j volved in the final ordeal. "Mother's Friend" is sold by drug- i gists, or expressed on receipt of one j dollar. Valuable book, "Before Baby Is Born," mailed free on application. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, GA. "POT? DYSPEPSIA or INDIGESTION use DR. FENNER'S Dyspepsia Cure. Some symptoms: uneasiness, weight and tension over stomach, ; heartburn, sour stomach, bloating, j sour eructation, spitting food, belch- j ing wind, offensive breath. If you are a sufferer from any oj the symptoms here given we want you to consider that when you take this medicine you are not taking a preparation hastily gotten together to sell, but one evolved by many years of hard study and wide ex perience in private practice by a physician of recognized eminent I abilities. If not satisfied after using one bot- j tie your money will be refunded by j R. C. Dodson, Emporium, Pa. 1 HUMPHREYS' W 1 TCH HAZEL OI I j C Piles or Hemorrhoids Fissures & Fistulas. Burns & Scalds. | I Wounds & Bruises. Cuts & Sores. R Boils & Tumors. Eczema & Eruptions. Salt Rheum & Tetters. E Chapped Hands. Fever Blisters. Sore Lips & Nostrils. Corns & Bunions. Stings & Bites of Insects. Three Sizes, 25c, 50c. and Si.oo. Sold by druggist*, or suut post-paid oil receipt of price lll'Ml'llKKYS* 3IEI>. CO., 11 ! X 113 William St., New York. Hoarseness Sore Throat Hoarseness, sore throat and constant coughing indicate that tbe bronchial tubes are suffering from a bad cold, which may develop into pleurisy or inflammation of the lungs. Do not waste health and strength by wait ing, but use Dr. JohnW. Bull's Cough Syrup at once. This wonderful rem edy cures all throat and lung affec tions in an astonishingly short time. Dr-Biill's C®ygi Syrup Cures Hoarseness and Sore Throat. Doses are small and pleasant to take. Doctors I i recommend it. Price 25 cents. At all druggists. ! 1 HOTT'S PILLS . v ■ lopment->t orsrrna and bodjrf No ' " >'> ini.il I .' ii.'.wV I.v 'th'itKtci"?* H!OTTCHEKTICALCO.,<I..*i'".d.u. . For sale by R. C. Dodson. i' zz&i?xzz\-. MStsaaaassaaoßa V' iv ' r 'i /A A y> -n s ,M - - - H . ...: ;<• •• ■■•>.• i • • rr'.7'-« •-• ■ •> ! •■': / :l\ • ' .; •>. / «•£; • ' j p "£j 1 Get an & Education I ' »'< An exceptional opportunity offered fcJ I H toyounjj men and young women to H I M prepare for teaching or for business*. i H Four regular courses; also special I* ] M work in Music, Shorthand, Type- H writing, strong touch in# force, well ft* M graded work, good discipline and H 1 KJ hard study, insure best result* to I N students of M p Centra! State | I Normal School I K 8 ft LOCK HAVEN. Clinton Co.. PA. Handsome bulMlrus perfectly «r.ul|»ped, >/ ; fe, Bteam heat, electric lights, iihuadaiicc oi H i Fl pare mountain water. exietiHlve campus | N and athletic icrounilH. Expanses low. state p H aid to students. Send for catalog. »-j g iAMES ELDON, Ph.D., Principal. 112 5| Central State Normal School, 8 LOCK HAVEN, PA. Royal . Worcester | \ CorsetS. V FOR SALE BY LEADINQ DEALERS. [ Medal and lliyhcst Au-ard at World » Columbian Kxpo*ition. SAW MILL & ENGINE BEST SET WORKS IN TIIF WOULD. Warranted the best mad' 1 . Rhfngle Mill* Machinery, aud StiodiM Agricultural | Implements of Sett Quality at lowest prices. l!!u«. Catalog. A. B. KAKQIHAR CO., Ltd., YORK, I'A. J. A. Fisher, PRACTICAL f4orse $ Broad Street, Emporium, Pa. Adam, Meldrum & Anderson Co. The American Block. M. Y. About Our Book and Stationery Department. We solicit mail orders for books and stationery. We will gladly quote you our prices at any time for any hook or books published, and we cau always supply you with the best writing paper and stationery at very low prices. We do card engraving in the best form for much less than usual prices. SOME BOOK PRICES. Quo Vadis, the authorized and unabridged edition, cloth binding, illustrated ,50c., postage 12c The same in paper covers 18c., postage 7c. The Prince of the House of David, new edition, cloth, illustrated, 10c, postage6c. The Prince of tbe House of David, new edition, cloth, illustrated, 19c. postage tie. The Beth Book, by Sarah (irand, published at $1.50, our price sl.loc, postage l'Jc. The Story of an untold Love, by Paul Leicester I'ord, published at $1.25, our price Ssc.. postagcOc. Corleone, by F. Marion Crawford, 2 vols., $1.40, postage 17c. The Seats of the Might}', by Gilbert Parker 112 1.20, postage, lie. The Choir Invisible, by James Lane Allen, pub lished :'t $1.50, our price, $1.15 postage Bc. The Chautauqua Books, for course 1898, 5 vols., $4.50 the set, expressage 25c. Pelonbet's Notes on the International Sunday School Lessons for 1898, 85c. postage 12c. Subscriptions for all magazines and periodicals are received at publishers' rates. Stationery. Our "Swan Vellum," and "Swan Satin" are high-class writing papers, made in four sizes— "Joseph" and "Billet"sizes, 40c box of 5 quires. Envelopes to correspond, 40c box of 125. "Octavo" size, 50c. a box; envelopes 50c. Our "Swan Everwyn" and "Swan Feather" are smooth and rough linen papers made only in octavo and commercial sizes, ruled and plane, 30c and .'3sc the 5 quire packets, envelopes 7c and 8c packet. "Swan Seconds" in octavo and commercial sizes, ruled and plain, 18c pound packet, envelopes 5c and 6c a packet. Papeteries of new square shaped paper and envelopes in fashionable tints, azure, heliotrope, cream and mazarin 15c box, worth 20c, postageßc. The same in larger size 20c. worth 30c, postage 10c. Papeteries of initial paper with envelopes, all initials, new and beautiful, all colors4oc box. worth 50c. The same illuminated in gold and colors square paper 55c box, worth 75c. Card Engraving. Plate and CO cards for $1.25, postage Cc. En graving address line 30c extra. 50 cards from your own plate 55c. postage 6c. 100 cards from your own plate 95c, pvstagc 11c. Specimens of engraving and sizes of cards for warded on application. Monograms and address dies sunk from $1.50 upwards. Stamping |in any color ">oc for 120 sheets, or 90c in gold and silver. MUM. MKLIHU M & AMIISOX CO.. The American Block. Travelers tinide. J OENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. I PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAM., J ROAD DIVISION. In effect May 25, 18'- . , I'P.AINH LEAVE EMPORIUM EASTWARD I 20 A. 11. Traill week days LOR .'.unbui J Wilkesbarre, Scrauton, Hazleton, Pottsville j Harrisburg andintermediatestaiiori:.;, arriving at Philadelphiap. M., New York9.3o P. M., Baltimore ti.OO P. M., Washington 7.15 P. M. Pullman Parlor car from Williamsport to Philadelphia andpassengcrcoaehes from Kane to Philadelphia and Willianißport to Balti more and Washington. 320 P.M.— Train H week dajs for Harris burg and intermediate stations, arriving at Philadelphia, 4.3o A. M., New York". 33 A.M. Pullman sleeping cars from IlarrisburgtoPhil adelplna and New York. Philadelphia pas sengerscan remainii: sleeper undisturbed un til 7:30 A. M. 0 37 p. M. Train 4 Daily for Sunbury, Harris burg and intermediate stations arriving at Philadelphia 6.52 A. M.. New York 9.33 A. M., weekdays, (10.38 A. M. Sunday;) Baltimore 6.25 A. M.. Washington 7.40 A.M. Pullman sleep ing cars from Erie and Williamsport to Phila delphia and WilHamsport to Washington. Passengers in sleeper for Baltimore and Wash- J ington will be transferred into Washington | sleeper at Williamsport. Passenger cars from | Erie to Philadelphia and Williamsport to I Baltimore. WESTWARD, j 5:10 A. M.— Emporium Junction— Train 9 week days for Erie, Ridgway, Dußois, Clermont and I intermediate stations. 10 30 A. M. Train 3 Daily for Erie and | week days for Dußois and intermediate stations. | 6 '4B P. M. Train 15. week days lor Kane I and intermediate stations. I THROUGH TRAINS FOR EMPORIUM FROM THE EAST AND SOUTH, i Train 9 leaves New York 5:50 p. m., Philadelphia j 8:50 p. m., Washington 7:20 p. m., Baltimore 8:40 p. m., arriving at Emporium Junction 5:10 a.m., week days, with Pullman Sleepers and | passenger coaches, from Philadelphia to Erie ! and from Washington and Baltimore to Will ! iam sport. ! Train 3 leaves New York 7.40 p. m., Philadel j phia 11.20 p. m., Washington 10.40 p. m, Balti ■ more 11.50 p, m., daily, arriving at Emporium | 10.30 a. M., with Pullman Palace Sleeping | Cars from Philadelphia to Williamsport, ant! J passenger coaches from Philadelphia to Erie ! and Baltimore to Williamspcrt- on Sundays J only Pullman Sleepers from Philadelphia to J Erie. j Train 15 leaves Philadelphia 8.30 a. m., Washing- I ton 7.50 A.m., Baltimoreß.so a.m., Wilkesbarre J 10:15 A. M., weekdajs, arriving at Emporium j 6.28 P.M., with Parlor car from Philadelphia I to Williamsport, and passenger coaches from Philadelphia to Kane. piDIIWAY & CLEARFIELD RAILROAD and | _LV Connections. (Week days.) J SOUTHWARD. Stations. NOBTBWABD A. M.J A.M. |p, M. p. M. 855 4OO Renovo 500 11 o', 947 ....' 441 ...Driftwood... 103 ... 10 LA !10 25 .... 510 Emporium June 325 940 | 11 08| 5 52|— St. Marys... 2 10 901 II 15 1 Kane 12 20 9 C R . 11 34 . ..Wilcox 11 58 8 42 11 49 I .Johnsonburg.. 11 43 8 26 | 12 10 6 20 ...Ridgway, 8 50 8 05 12 17 627 Island Run... 843 755 12 22 632 Carman Tr'nfer 8 3S| | 7 49 12 31 6 41 .. Croyland 8 29 7 -SO 12 35 645 ..Shorts Mills.. 826 736 12 39 648 ... Blue Rock ... 822 733 I 12 43 6 53 Carrier 8 17 7 2* 12 53 702 .Brockwayville 808 7U, 12 57 7 06 .. .I.anes Mills. . 8 02 7 13 I 107 711 . Harvey* Bun. . 751 704 1 15 7 20 . .Falls Creek. .. 7 50 7 00 : 1 40 7 35 Dußois 7 10; I 640 1 20 7 251 .-FallsCreek... 7 00 6 65 135 740 Reynoldsville. 645 FI ,0 211 |8 16 . Brookville .. 609 604 3 05! 9 10 New Bethlehem 520 5 10 3 50 9 55 ... Red Bank 4 25 6 30 12 10 ...Pittsburg 1 iO P. M P. M. A. M P. V. J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. it. wnott, J General Manager. Gen'L Passenger Apt. ; Port Allegany, Coudersport, Smethport, Eldred, | Bradford, Olean and Buffalo, connecting at But falo for points East and West. 1 Buffalo Express, daily except Sunday 8.30 A. M. | Mail, (1031 daily except Sunday 1.45 P.M. 1 Train No. 103 (mail I will connect at Olean with I River Division for Allegany, Bradford, Salamanca 1 Warren, Oil City and Pittsburg, F Call on E. C. DAVISON, Agent, Emporium, for 1 time tables or other information R. BELL, Gen'l Suet. J. A. FELLOWS, Gen'L Pass'ngr & Ticket Agt. ; Mooney Brisbane Building, Cor. Main and Clinton Streets, Buffalo, N. Y. BUFFALO, ROCHESTER & PITTSBURGH RAILWAY. THE SHORT LINE BETWEEN BUFFALO, ROCHESTER ! SALAMANCA. RIDGWAY, DUBOIS, PUNXSUTAW NEY, AND ALL POINTS IN THE NORTH, EAST AND WEST. ( On and after July 3, 1898, passenger trains wil? J departfrom Johnsonburg daily, except Sundav | as follows : J 8:52 a. NJ,, from P. .V E. station for Ridgwa *, ! Brockwayville, Dußois, Punxsutawnev AR' J Clearfield. ' 11:52 a. 111., from P. & E. station, mail for M: i Jewett, Bradford and Rochester. '• 2:35 p. in., from P. A: E. station, mail for Ridv way, Brockwayville, Dußois, Punxsutawnev, and Clearfield. 2:2S p. 111. from B. R. I', station, Buffalo EX press for Bradford, Salamanca, springville anc' Buffalo. j Thousand mile tickets good for passage be ' weenall stations at two cents per mile. EDWARD C. LAPEY, Gen. Pass. Agt. Rochester, N. V BEST LAWN SPRINKLERS MADE. THE "TWIN COMET." price $5 Delivered Free with privilege 5 days triai THESE SPRINKLERS ARE UNIQUE, EFFICIENT AND LABOR SAVINC Will sprinkle four times greater area than any other Sprinkler made. Can be seen in operation at the resi dence of the editor of this paper. Send for CIRCULARS and TESTIMONIALS J. B. FELLOWS & Co. E. STEBBINS Mfg. CO •19 YVarren St. Sole Agts. to. Mfgs. ' NEW YORK. SPRINGFIELD,Moss. : For sale by all Hardware and Rubber Stores in the United States. AGENTS WANTED. CAN MAKE BIC; MONEY. Mori's Nerverioe Pills 1< . "M. A N'l 'l l lit 3 'Cilh «x, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing o lost Manhood, Impctcncy, Nightly Ernk sions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, ex cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, whicf lead to Consumption and Insanity. SJ.O( per box by mail: 6 boxes for $5.00. MO 1T S CHEMICAL CO., Prop's, Cleveland, Qhic For sale by li 0. Dodson.