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WEI)XlIy FEB. S, 1899. EDITOR AND rROPMETOR. Valentine day in coming Befiiu-klen's Arnica Salve. Dr. King'" New Discovery. iMfiupa of all kinileat .tfcCIintic'a tore. J.ujcft SI raw, of Washington, n C, is bniae. 1 bin is wurt week. Short court, ir all over oi Monday. Tle constitutionality of the com pulsory education law has not been tested. Subsorilw for the JUNIATA Senti-( a and UEPi iti-tcAX, iu Deal paper izAU .ouuty. . Mrs Win. W.iffier is a visitor nt bo.ne of licr brother Cloyd, tt I ; of feed and cold weather : -oin OI erniary, next Wednes-i-, Tews, has destroyed thousands That 18 the day of the month 0V rattle !tnat the American battle ship J ! ' I Maine wa exploded and 266 Amer-- Xatimlay Miss lSes Gromnger ici4n Mnt to thejr d h . ttaried to Lancaster, where she will the harbor of Havana Onl. r.ait friend. .la I yTe. Win. Ccliier, of Altootm, in ra her r rentB, Mr. and Mrs. M. Tva.l. J. E A z"v ' nniiy of the Philippines used Ivh 8 and arrows in the fight on Saturday night. i A u eleven story hotel is to take the placo of the present Girard It-.t.e in Philadelphia. Bucklen's Arnica. Salve. Think of the stupidity of a peo ple attempting to fight the United States with bows and arrows. Foi: Kent. To a amall family, a c-'. stable house. Call at thin office f.r '.formation If you want to rent. J Mr. and Mrs. .Tame? Alter, of Itloonitield. Pa., spent Sunday ith Hon. James North and family. Ut Weph Anker, died af. hia VfD' nnr Evenda'e, last SunrUy d rill i l pr;r. Awd alxmt 55 veers Mrs. Jhc b Wearer, rJfi of Jacob "TpHTPr, dficeapej, of Walker town ship, ('ied on the 61b inst . aged- 80 1 mi-"1 Kinsloe, bought the Mary battle, in which the anti Quay can . p.tnn tract, of 10 acres, house jdidate Samuel Weiss, was iiomin- stabe at Administratrix sale ft.r ST2. The Eeuleu Cavenj- house in Mo Vliaterville, was bought at Ad ministrator's sale by John H. Car ney for f ."K. Mrs Henry Ancker, of Goodrille. D Uwar township, died suddenly of heart failure on the 7th inst, aged about 52 veara. "NirsTj. B. Seeris. of West New in. and Mra. Capt. Orernwalt. of EiiFra Vieta. Pa., are visiting rela tiTffl in Junitta. . j '' Skating was fine on the streets ami pavements last Friday evening ami the lioys availed themselves of the opportunity. Mr. .Tesae Elder, and his son Jiiriea, have both been quit- ill within the past week, at their home near Cuba Mills. . M:m Ilarriei .Tackman returned to P;t;:.urg Thursday. Miss Lou :; : nyi ng her to Altoona where hr spent several days. When one's body is in the pro jr condition they cannot take jnp. but there's the rub, the pro Pr condition of the body. Knix'k down in prh-e for aale billa M.jO for a numlKir oue half sheet bill, with notice of Kale in The Juniata KNTINJ ,'. ANi) Ilr.rt BI.ICAX. Lost A bunch of kev", between the ;i;'-ond ttation and Mifflin were-l-oiina Tl e finder will be rewarded fry hsuditg tbem to W. S. North. Congressman Johnson, of In diana, is the fastest talker in Con gr-s, once fairly launched in a peech he talks 400 words a minute. I rofessor Auman after a traded wrestle with trrip. DTO- f ni off victorious and is able to 1- ui.Kiit and attend to his school a iairs. Misses Maltie and Emma Fowles, ::Ter vis'Mng their sister Mrs. Ira '! :.it, have returned to Danville. ueie th.y Asylum. are employees in the Altoona Tribune, Feb. 4. One hundred and fort v-four head of line Kentucky horses passed east in five -ars on second eastern ex-It- !usl night. i'i. King s Xew Life Pills. nn. V. . Mayer has sold the woods on the stump, ou her farm in Milfurd township, to H. J. illeuljerger, of McAlisterville. It is l.K-ated near Port Royal. Some eleighing was done on Sat urday on a coating of sleet not mu. h thicker than an old fashion ed pan cake, but by Monday a 10 itch s vr made fine sleighirg. liraymau Itenninger just thinks U hue that to his familv of three ont, Mrs. lfeuninger added a nice uaugmer on the evening of isi uay of February. 1S99. a. i 'les deserves the ti ..,f 01 tbe lmtion for directing nf ii u" , u 10 ine criminal work of the big butchers and meat pack '7 for rtalming meat for market. 7 Police Lientenant Heterick. and to S . Ter"' came from Altoona to 6 tend the trial of Tfcvi.i a in. 3,WarlLoer, for the -Hre ;tore. " t anDebak lr. King's yw Discoverv. The electric lights went out one night last week shortly after they had been lit. Something got the matter with the engine. Saturday and Sunday nights the town was in darkoes-. TL funeral of Mrs. Reun, wife of Divid R-n, deceiRed, who lited many years eHt. of Mifflintowp, took pla? from He iioraeof her son, John Rno, near fi-IWille, M fflin county, on the 3lst of January, 1899. A bill has been introduced in the Legislature, to abandon the public use of the canal from the first lock east of Newton Hamilton to the Juniata Junction at Dun can's Island, Daughin county. General Lew Wallace, tells that Abraham Lincoln went to Harri son's landing in Virginia in 1862 and prevented General McClellan from surrendering the army of the Potomao after the seven day's bat tle. The French politicians and busi- i nets men are happier now than in long time They say France has . company now in public men scan dals, "see the United States Eagan beef scandal, France never fed her soldiers embalmed beef." Remember the Maine. An th a I far.- w- " ' Major Charles H. Schriner, diel at his home in Chicago, 111., re cently of hiccoughing.. He was aged 76 years, 10 months and 28 days. His remains were taken to Mifflinburg, Union county, Pa., his native county for interment. The lrear of peace between tbe United Stafea and Span a was ratified by th TJnitl Sfa'ea Senate on Mon art Fefcruaiy 6. 18Ss, by 57 to 27. ore vole more than the necessary two third vote Nine democrats voted frr the trpaty, two republicans Totfd aairpt tl.e treaty. Dr. King's Xew Life Pills. For Bale. The Board of Di rectors of the Farmers Mercantile As. aociation in Patterson, limit d, off-re for .ale, or rent, their Store ia Pat. terson. Teim omt For particulars inquire of W. N. Sterrett, on the premispe. By ord r of B"ard, An? 17, 8 Lewis Dam. 8?e. An election was held in Lebanon county on Saturdsy for the selec tiou of a successor to Lieutenant Governor Gobin in the State Sen ate. It was a Quay and anti-Ouav ated by a large maioritv. D. P. Gerberich was the Quay candidate. Farmra in the soul hern part of the Cnmherlard YalW have found the jonntr wheat stnlks in their fielda eaten off closa to the ground in pof, and by xauaiuing tbem with a elaaa discovered the cause of the troubl to Ite an almost infinitesimal small white w- rm. The crop in ' hese rp 's will be a total failure. Jlra. ElizabethTreg67 wife of Benjamin Trego, deceased, died at her home at Oakland ou the 30th day of January, 1899, of cold that developed into grip. If she had lived one day longer she would have reached the age of 78 years. Interment in the Mennonite ceme tery south of Oakland. t he startling annoum-einent was made in the Philadelphia Inquirer of February 5th, that nearly nine hundred Philadelphia people have disappeared without leaving a trace of them, within the past six months. There have been fifty- nine disappearances reported since the 1st of January, 1899. ToW'AXDA, Feb. 3. Mrs. Mary Schmitt, Bradford county's oldest resident, died to-day at French town. In May next she would have been 102 years old. Physi cally the was preserved to a re markable degree, although her mental faculties had been impaired for sveral years. Dr. King's Xew Life Pills. At the Musical College, Freeburg, Snyder county, Pa., none but the best methoda are used, ao that to-day it ia recognized aa one of the foremost echoola of muaic in the country, f 33 will pay for a term of six weeks, Instruction and board. Spring Term will begin May 8. For cataloguee address, (vil Henry B. Movek, Director. Uiain Brubaker, of this town, sold his farm in Fermanagh town ship to George L. Hower for $4, 500. The farm contains 160, acres. The purchase includes the wheat in the irround. Mr. Brubaker bouerht the land from tbe David Stonffer heirs, and the John Ballen tine heirs, and erected a house on Btoutter heir end of the traot on the hill north west of Cuba mill dam. A despatch from a place called Drew. Ia.. last Saturday says. thev acted like savaees in Justice Smith's com t room. Wright county, resulting in two menCharles Hall and Fred Bart-field, being fatally wounded, another shot through th arm and five others more or less injured by blows from pokers clubs and chairs. nitferencefi over the location of a bridge had divided the township people into factions, the dispute finally culminating in a riot. Peter G. Shelly, a prominent hiiaineM man died at his home in Altoona. of a complication of dis eases at 8.45 o'clock, last Sunday morning, February 5. He had luwn ill several months. He was born in Juniata eounty in 1849, and engaged in the grocery business in Altoona about 11 years ago Jacob Shellv. of McAlisterville, and W. H. Shelly, of Richfield, are brothers. Mrs. Leo Snellen berger, of McAlisterville. and Mrs. Banks Kauffman. of Mifflintown, are sis ters. Interment this Wednesday afternoon at Altoona. Tbe Counfr d.bt Ihe past year wi reduced $8 643,91. Judge Simonton, of Dauphin county has defined what consti tutes the harge of defrauding a boarding house keeper. W E Mntwbaugh was before the court on that charge. The defendant, it. was testified, had no baggage in bis possession when he bwame a boarder at the establishment. Jndge Simonton decided that as he had no baggage when he became a boarder, his offense was not a criminal one and had no right to be brought up in a criminal court The judge instructed the jury to the effect that to come into a crim ina court, a boarding house keep er must have evidence that a de frauding patron had baggage and sneaked it away from the house. Exchange. Dr. King's Xew Discovery. Government reports that deaths among troops in Philippines since arrival to February 1, seven months, 220, of which 41 were due to wounds and accidents. Of the remaining 179, 65 died of tvnhoiri 41 nt .-u pox, 22 of dysentery and 8 of lanal fever. The remainincrnWh. ma- were due to many various diseases. Smallpox causes apprehension. The entire command haa been vac cinated several times. Twelve pnysicians nave been engaged for several weeks vaccinating natives ine more sickly season is during the hot months, March, April, May, when fevers, smallpox and dysentery are more frequent. Nine per cent, of the command are now reported sick. A great majority of the cases are slight ailments." The Bloomfield Freeman of the 1st inst., relates the following Mrs. Isaiah Hartzell, of near Dell ville, was arrested last week and brought liefore 'Squire Hair, on information of Win. Reich, charged with selling and offering for sale, iu this place, on or about the first day of last December, certain wild game, consisting of several pheas ants, partridges and a wild turkey. Twelve or more witnesses had been subpoenaed from the town, but all refused to give any testimony that would have helped to convict the defendant ; all. without exception. pleading their constitutional right TW.t wir,,r ,v,r.Tllwl t cI, - testimonv that mi.rht tend to in. criminate themselves. The prose cution also failed to show that the game, which the indictment chare - " ed was onereu for sale and was sold, had been killed within the confines of this Commonwealth, as is required by law. Under the testimony, the justice discharged the defendant and put the costs on the county. The only fact brought out by this trial was that it shows how difficult it is to convict any one offending in that way. The funeral of R v. A. H. Parker, took place on Saturday, Feb. 4, from the Presbyterian parsonage atRueds- ville, Mint c county, where he died on ine 1st iui., ageu years, tie . ... . i a-. had been ill some days with a cold but his case in no way eetmed dan gerous. To all ap earance his cold was gradually breaking when un expectedly ii'flausation of the bowels aet in rnd within three davs he pass ed awav. His death was a sad ahock to that community lor be wts a erestly esteemed man. He was born in Mifilintown, Juniata county, in 1845. He was a graduate of Prince ton College, and graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary in April 1869, and was ordained and installed pasior oi ine JSat Kisba- crquillas, Mifflin couuty, Preabjter- tan cburcb, in JJ -comber 1869. It was bis first and only cougrega ion It has been a flourishing congrega tion, more than a century, and that be should go there in his early man hood da b, and preach for them year in and year out almost the third of a century, to tbe end of Lia days, proves the sterling man be was. He loved the congregation and I bey were responsive to his intensely earneat gentle minittralion. He loved the congregation with tbe ardor of a man whose whole soul was in the work of the gospel ministry and the moral and social and religious up building of himself and tba people he served. He was no time server. He was born a preacher. He waa about six years the junior of the writer of this brief obituary. When the writer was a youth attending Rev. Matthew Allison's academy in Mifflintown, in the Presbyterian church at the north end of town, Andrew H. Parker was a boy preach er. It wps a common sight for tbe Academy pupils to see Andy in the Presbyterian grave yard, standing on a Blab gravo stone for a pulpit, and from there bear him deliver a sermon to a boy or two with -whom he had sufficient fellowship to con stitute an audience. Sometimes bis audience consisted of i nly one boy hut all the same, he sang, he prayed, he read from - tbe Bible and he preached. Yes be was born a priest and be died a highly honored priest. Under certain circumstances and certain conditions of society he would h ve beeu a famous man at. the bead of the church. He wis none the less great because sucb cir' umstances and conditions of so ciety did not surround bim oi exist in his day. He was an honor to tbe town in which be was born. His wife, a daughter and eon survive him and all his congregation moun his departure. Mr. Robert Parker, of Mifflintown, Mr. Tbaddeua Parker, of Pittsburg, and Mr. Cioyd Parker, of Harrisburg, are brothers? Bucklen's Arnica Salve. COtTMT I'KOCEEOIMOS. The reeular term of Court for February, convened at 10 o'clock a m , on Monday, February 5tb, 1899. Judges Lvona, Swans and Ster rett. occnDied tbe bench. The grand jury was called, sworn and charged The Constables mftde their returns. Constables Hackenberger and Gill Mr retained to wait neon the Court. Constable Pannebaker was ap nointed to wait upon the grand jury. Fbe Court filed an opinion in the case of G. W. Fronts, Agent vs. v.rt Oberboltser. refusing a new trial to tbe defendant In the case of Jennie H. Parker t a!., heirs at law of Ezra D. Parker; "r" ue renasyiTaaU Bail road Company, the Court filed an opinion and decree discharging role at instance of defendant, to anew cause why damages assessed should oot be paid into Court. In the ease of the Conunoawwdth vs. Edward Louder and David Alli son Who Were eharmd with -nKI.. Denial Pannebaker's hardware store, iuu aocouni oi wmcn appeared in this paper last week, the defendants plead guilty. They were called ap for sentence aad Judge Lyons saked Louder if he had ever been in prison before. He eaid "yes, twice in the Mifflintown jail, but no other place." The Jndge then asked him if he had not been in the Dauphin county jail. His answer was in the affirmative. Allison was next asked if he had ever been in prison. He said he had not. The Court then held up a photograph and asked the prisoner if he knew the photo. He said "yes it is mine, it was taken in an Ohio penitentiary where I served a term." The prisoners were then seotenoed to four years and five months in the Western Penitentiary. These prisoners were also charged with, and indicted, for burglarizing the house of C. B. Horning. They reiueea to plead guilty to this charge. oui a razor ionna among tbetr effectt . - - - ... . wmm nnuH oy air. uoramg as Kjiinep At. tHe.t was feV. msm tm ," . j " Alhson said he bad gotten the razor from a party whom he found a partv whom he found sbav ing with it in the round house t in Patterson : that he save a pair of ' abeara for it There being no Oyer and Terminer jury, the case could not be tried. They cannot now be tried on this latter charge until after they have served out their sentences in the penitentiary. Commonwealth vs. J. A. Tlanai gen. Charge, assault aad battery. Prosecutor W. H. Clark. Tbe de fendant had no counsel and wished none, and said the reason he had not employed counsel was that he could not get out of jail to sea counsel. The prosecutor. W. H. Clark, testified that the defendant had without cause hit him ia the face in the former'a home in Lack township. The Court then charged I tj't who found the defendant wuuwui laavwg wo luxy BOX. ! Flannigan, who never said a word in bis own Den all was tnen called up for sentence. He was sentenced to : nroi a nne or $6.00, tlie costs of prosecution and stand committed until tbe aentence ia complied with. He now languishes in the county jail After tbe Flannigan case had been disposed of Cyrus Jacobs, of Spruce Hill township, who was one of the Grand Jurors, presented a letter to tbo Court whieh had been addressed to him, and which urged him to use bis influence in having tbe bill against Flannigan ignored. Tbe letter bad t tbe ait-nature of J hn T. Wilson, of j Lck township, signed to it, but Mr. I j Wilson, wbo was in Court, said it was i not "la signature, but tnat be knew I 1 -1 . J "I'l. . I l i . l wuu um iic iuu owtwr wa piaceu in the hands of tbe District Attorney. ! fVimmonwealth va. William J I Warner. Charge, desertion an d non maintenance. Prosecutrix, Mary Warner, ine wue oi ine aeiendant. The wife told a story of abuse and neglect by ber husband, and also of bad treatment by her husband's peo pie. Ine delendant was ordered to pay for tbe support of his wife and children ea uO per week, and the costs of tbe prosecution. Commonwealth vs. Balpb Palmer. Charge, fornication and bastardy. Prosecutrix, Annie B. Laughlin, from l uacarora to wn abip. This case was continued until next term on account of the sickness of the prose cutrix. J. O. Brown filed his bond County Surveyor, and took the oath of office. In the divorce proceedings of Goahorn vs. Goahorn, John J. Patter son was appointed commissioner to take testimony. In the case of Hoffman vs. Hoffman, Will Li. Hoepes waa appointed com sciaeioner to take testimony. The resignation of John S. Me- Connell as Overseer of the Poor, of Turbett township, sccepttd by the Court and filed. In the matter of the partition pro ceecungs oi tne lana neid by lievi Light and Mrs. Ellen Jane Frontz as tenants in common, tbe land was taken by Levi Light at the sum of $701, that being the best sum bid for the ssme, and a decree adjudi eating the property to Mr. Light waa made. In Fi Fa., No. 15, Dec. 7, 1898. R. S. Meiser, David Meiser aud Rebecca M.icer, Executors of Joseph Meiser, deceased, vs. William Crl and J. W. Carl, the Sheriff asked for an inter pleader to determine tbe ownership of the goods levied upon as belong. ing to tbe Uarle and which are claimed by Mrs. Ida Carl and George Diets. In the estate of Abraham Sa un man, late of Fayette township, de ceased, return to order to mortgage real estate made. In the estate of John Michael, late of Fermanagh township, deceased. real estate returned as sold to Kate! A Miehael for $560. In the estate of William YaiiSwer ingen, deceased, order to sell dece dent's real estate to pay debts made. In tbe estate of Mary A. Du n, lata of MUford township, deceased, real estate reported as sold to David Kinsloe for the sum of $872. In the estate of Henry Hambright, deceased, order to sell real estate of decedent made. George W. Wilson, guardian of Edward B Miokey was granted leave to pay over an allowance for educat ing said minor. William H. Manbeck was appoint ed guardian of Clair Newton, Charles Edwin, Harry Jacob, minor children of Btnneville S. Gray bill, deceased. In the estate of Jacob Hoatetler, late of Delaware township, deceased, the Administrator waa granted an order to mortgage decedents real estate. Ella worth Dunn was appointed guardian of the minor children of William Bwitaer, deceased. Court adjourned at 4 o'clock p. m cn Monday to meet at 1 o'clock p. aa on Wednesday, February 8tb, 1199. for the purpose of acknowledging! tne oaenn s deed. ... FEB 8. 1899. fceat. .., ru ia fan .... Re...:' S , S7 85 - so 2 Clov Rnitrr ; , Em-...: $2 to 2 60 .A; . 16 16 iS III S SlMa'4rr.. 11.'..... Timothy aeiel. ".1....!. V.V.Vl. 40 Faed.... ....... an ft--... " Miitdllog.. M Grooad . la Bait -a AnwricaaBa't.... 60e Philadelphia Markets, February 8, 1899 Wheat 74c. ; oats 36c; corn 41c; Pennsylvania wool 27 to 30cts a, pound. Lard 5 to 7 cts. a pound ; Cured ham 8 to 9 cts. a nonnd Breakfast bacon 7 to 8 cts. a pound; hay 16.00 to 912.00 a ton ; tangled wneat and oats straw at $5.50 i ton: butter 18 to 24c : esres 18c beef cattle 3.00 to 5.95: potatoes 38 55 a bnshel: real calves t6 to t7.RO: sheep $2.50 to $4.85; Iambs $4.00 to 5.40 : thin cows $8 to $22 ; milch COWS Km to hnn mi 9K f 930 I 1 v $5.50 ; live chickens 7 to 9c; Su gars 5j cts spring chickens 2 and I A w . to iu c ; ducks 9 to 10 c. Tal- . low 3c a Bound in caVea , awet o. i Mbwa a v frua; am a meia ni. imiiina -tr a a. fa. i . barrel; coffee, Rio 61 o 10c. Santos 7 to 11c. Java 20 to 30c. v mm vKn-t7 Wa Ull ZVSTV ml Mocha 17 to 21c, Costa Rica 10 to! -MIFFLINTOWN, BARGAIN DATS COMMENCING, $ATUM)AY NEXTt FEBRUARY 4t AND CONTINUE UNTJX SATURDAY, EVENING, FEBRUARY J8 Every day iron. 9 o'clock in and from 2 o'clock till 4 o'clock m the afternoon, we will eel 10 yards Hill fine yard wide muslin for 55c 10 yards style 1492, full yard wide unbleached muslin for 46s. 10 yards best Appleton A- muslin 37 inches w:de for 55c. 10 yards fine unbleached muslin, yard wide, for 40c. 10 yards ine seconds of Lonsdale curtois for 70c. 10 yards of Canton flannel for 45c. 6 yards of cotton crost towling for 20c. 4 yards of linen crost towling for 25c. 10 yards of shirting for 50c 10 yards of heavy shirting for 75c. 10 yards of beat Indigo blue calioo for 45c . 10 yards of black and other fancy calicoes for 46c. " 6 yards of good gieghams (waa slightly wet) for 20c Lancaster and other good ginghams 5 yards for only 24c. 4 border handkerchiefs for 5e. 4 white handkerchiefs for 10c. Good outing flannels for "c Men and boys cheviot shirts for 25c. Mens' white nnlaundred shirts for 39c. Good turkey red table cloth for 17c. White end red border table linena for 25c Good lace enrtaina for 45c a pair. New striped carpets for 12Jc. Good home-made carpels for 24c, 25c. and 30c. Fine rag carpels tor 25c, and thousands of yards of carpets at REDUCED PRICES. 10,000 yards of dress goods at 20 per cent, reduction of the priee. A few off style coats for lsdies, for $1.00, $1-50 and $7.00. AU ladies jackets and eapes below cost price. Ladirs and Mens' good rubbers for 25c. All our shoes at special! reduced prices. DON'T MISS IT, COMMENCING FC8RUABY 4. Schott's Stores. 103.TO 109 BR IDGE STREET. 1865. ESTABLISHED. 1809. Special Invitation To Hie Pvblir To attend the Attractive Sale of Clothing that goes en daily from THE IMMENSE ST0GK or D. W. It will be TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS Who nave money to invest to examine the Stock of (foods for MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN t is truly marvelous to See THE BEAUTIFUL ST LEI of Suits and Overcoats at the His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't f til to give him a call if in need of Clothing. D. W. BARLEY MIFFLINTOWN TA 19. Vie)nn lrtto 11r r.Hlei 7 for lpr- and 9 tn flr white ah hnieburret tW.ftn . 50 : bona 3 to 19e nonnd Ta- tweeo. TVnnavt-ranta flTter to 1e. nd 19 to 17 : fine wrannera 4rt to fine wool. Pennavlvan?a o. to Srtc nnnnd: smoed beef 1 to I.Vi a TVHind. flRRMSSr t,se. Tit Feida' RVir!ff Rtnno. nH In the Honrt. TT'vna- , The farm of f! F.. nH T.Tdia. A. OKaV. n WrmM PH tnahir. to Ei!-!1! n ov-ot for lion tm Mar; M V fn,nim tionae il lot n MJfflt-Jow-, fn v .Tnniata V.tW Natinl nfV tnr MRO Thr tnrm f tnp. H Qiattwr a f. liK. " Matnrj tnm-Tat;n. in A. J PetH f- $140 TVo fnrm rf .TnVn Ttt.!. in 1cV tn.hir. FJ.za .T MaMnWn for ion. Wr fn" tranta fonr. a?x and seven Bit ATE WKIf FA 1,1.. WIbi In ataauteh. Hver aad kMaev trrnNM wrll aa wnrom. ami all fal the malta in Inn af appatita. poiaera In tka MaihI. Mekhane, parrnnanea. linilvkK ad Hred. liatleaa. rna-dewn f1ne. Bat n naad tn faat like Miat. t,itn ta J. Wt Oa-dnar. Idarilla. Tnd. Ha aaya : "Klarfrtc. Rittara are fnat lha thae for maa whan ha ia all ran down, and don't ear whether ha lirra ar dlaa. It did mora tn f ia ni" new atr&irfh aad gaoi mpfrtit than anvthinr I rooM taka. I ran aow aat aaTthinit a-d haT a new laaaa an life." Only 60 caati at X. T. Craw loraa iirnf store. Brerr noma faaraa- the morning till 12 o'clock noon, HARLiEY Wonderfully Low Prices. HOLLO B AUG 11 & ..SON'S. Our Holiday Trade was Phenonv inal But" We Still Have a Large Line of THAT WE MUST CLOSE OUT Spring will soon be here and we prefer to lose our profits now. Rather than carry our heavy goods over and loae later. . CrftODS AS GGOE. Any Overcoat in our line can now be bought at cost. Any Winter Suit can now be had at cost. Why ! because we would sooner have the mony the goods cost us and invest it than have it tied up in Goods on our shelves, particularly when we need the room for our spring stock. The successful clothier of today is the one who starts each season with a new line. For this reason we offer you Goods at Cost. Now is the time to take advantage of Cost Prices. Seeing is believing, come and see. Hollobaugh & Son's n6 Main St., Patterson, Pa. McCLINTIC'S HARDWARE and House-Furnishing S TORE THIS STORE SETS THE PACE. O oOo O"! THAT'S WHY YOU LIKE IT. Thin, .m never dnll here: cever stumd. The full life of tbe Mere eW ws)s has a cheerful welcome for all comers, and "hoppers are quick te eeelee ia favor of the Great Values te be found in our new Neat, Stylish, Inviting STORE. K. H. M'CLINTIC, Get a food paper l y rabacribioe tor tbei Smiat. aso KirnuoAa. "SEVENlY-SEVEN'-("77.") L 77" ia Dr. Hurapbreya famouaj Specific for tbe core of Grip and: Golds, and the preventionof Poeumo ma. All drujrgieta, 52-c. Subscribe for the Skutisel ad Republican, a paiier that contain: choice reading matter, full of inform ' tion that dues the reader food, and! in addition to that all local news thai j axe worth publishing find places in ita columns. U. HUMPHREYS'! No. t Cures Fever. No. S " Worma. J No. S " Infants' Disease.' No. 4 " Diarrhea. No. 7 " Coughs. No. 8 Cure Neuralgia. No. 9 " Headache. No. tO " Dyspepsia. No. 11 " Delayed Periods. No. 12 " Leucorrhea. No. 13 Cures Croup. No. 14 " Skin Diseases. No. IB " Rheumatism. No. 16 " Malaria. No. IO " Catarrh. No. 20 Cures Whooping Cough No. 21 " Asthma. No. 24 " General Debility. No. 2 " Sea-Sickneas. No. 27 " Kidney Diseases. No. 28 Cures Nervous Debility. No. 30 " Urinary Disea No. 32 " Heart Disease. No. 34 " Sore Throat. No. 77 " Colds and Grip. Da. HcatPBaais' Houxopatkic IfaKVaX. or DuBasaa Mailed Fbbb. a mall bottles of ptoaaaat pallet, fit the vast pocket. Sold by druggist, or mt prepaid npoa aanaitit nt nrfoa 9S mnta .intnt Nna. 9R. and aS i are made 1.00 siee only. Hnmphreya Medl te company. 111 w 1111am 5i swi on. , HUMPHREYS' WITCH HAZEL OIL "THE PILE OINTMENT." rlntaraal. BUadorMeadlnei rtrtnla In Ano : Ikktu or niawtlna of the I the telieC I Immediate Um cura certaim. moa, M OTt. TTffrTftaapre, tali Jf BnwctoU, ar ant pew ! m nealat al Mrtaa aaaw0? vjuhd mr St I Lli NspS't, ass A Specially Seleeted 9 task Ranges, Cook, Parlor aad BUf Stoves. Horse Blankets and Lap Robes. LAMPS, large and email. Come in and look around. We'll make 50a feel at bosie. We have tbe largest Stotk at Store in tbe county. til! ARAN XEE5L QUALITY- MIFFLINTOWHi HAVE IOU MONEY TO DEPOSIT? ARE YOU A BORROWER 1 CALL AT THE FIRST TIT It E TP Jfe T"T A IT 4.J! dk . M, Va 4Wi 4J mmi uaua, lUFFLWlOWN, T. THREE PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATED, Money Loaned it Lowest Bttis. Marco 6, ISM. -THK- Juniata Valley National Bank. -o- Capital .... t60,000. LOUIS E. ATKINSON, President. T. V. IRWIN, Ca-hJer. O DIRECTORS. I,ouis K. Atkiuaon. W. C. Pemerey. John Hertzler. j. 1,. Barton. H. J. 8hcllenlerger. V. N. Sterrett. T. Van Irwin. Interest allowed on time deroelta at the rate of three per cent, pesaunum. Januarj 11, 189t. Tha Sales of Hood'a 9araaprlU are the largest in the world feeeMae the -lire, by Kpod'a Sareeparill mm wonderful, f&ect, rrrmanent Hood's Ptfhi are tha hm tefir osthartie aad hrer medidaa. Ue. tie sasca. me it mwum at., aaw aaa. awr. v 7?