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fEESTSDAY, DEC. 5, 1900
Subscription fl.oo per year if paid
fa advance; $1.50 If not pal a
niient advertising and local
notices 8 cent a line.
Deduction will be made to thoee de
arinr to advertise by the year, half or
aoerter year. .
Congress convened on Monday at
Boyd Bergy is visiting in Harris-
This i the year of the short ses
sion of Congress.
The Pitman Grove messenger has
Atoppeu piiuuinuon
X.S. Pollock of Swales, this
comity, has moved to Lewistown.
in t
The Legislature will i ballot for
Tinted States Senator, January 15.
i ne government is Drinerin? its
''-'i''5 v.aa wjmwia,y "3 uoara or education
r- if Tnera"t-B- Jin CillCllinfaH ia rmAL .
iish i : tin .anan not Anu.
rerkiomen Seminary, Pennsburr 1
Pa. ' i
ThrA VPffl tViiffir mvAli:
Lancaster city on Thankseivin'v
.. - em ,
Huntingdon county has over
eleven hundred people less than in
Miss Margaret Rutherford, spent
ThaukFjriving at her home in Har
risburg. Miss Xell Stimmell of Portoy
al, visited Miss Mary Meddah last
Colonel Robison's family horse
died the other night of congestion
of the brain.
Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of
Milford township are visiting in
Thanksgiving Day was well ob
served by most peopleeating chick,
en or turkey.
Miss Ada Shievely of Newport,
spent Thursday and Friday with
Miss Laura Xoble.
Vice President Roosevelt made
over six hundred speeches during
the campaign of 1900. j
.iiss Lima uenuii oi I'atterson
is visiting her aunt Mrs. Mary
DeHnffin Huntingdon.
Mrs. Ellen Allison returned
home last week from a lengthy vis
it to w asnington, v. u.
Mrs. uortner motner ot county
superintendent Gortner, spent in
stitute week with her son and fam
ily. November was a mild month.
Just the kind of a month to insure
a good wheat crop for next sum
mer. Rev. "Wiliiam Howard" Day, a
noted colored preacher died at
Harrisburgonthe 3rd inst., aged
73 years.
On Thanksgiving day there was
a big 6trike of natural gas-at Cedar
Ruu, about 30 miles from Williams
port, Pa
The sugar men are on the outs
with each other and are cutting
price?. The price of sugar will get
a tumble.
A railroad is to be constrrcted
from a point on the Baltimore &
Ohio railroad to McConnellsburg,
Fnlton county.
As leef goes higher, people will
again resort to pork eating. Hogs
for eating purposes can be raised
in 6 to 8 months.
Young men say there were more
pretty girls in attendance upon the
Teachers' Institute than at any
other previous institute.
Mrs. Ellen Allisom has returned
to her home in Mifflintown after a
visit of a month among her chil
dren in Washington, D. C.
It is unlawful to place chairs or
artlflps of obatruction in the
aisles of buildings during servioe
or meetings of congregations.
IT. n. Haines, a former editor of
iha rimfa.nnon Record laid down
his pen, left the editor's chair,
went to Harrisburg'and bought a
Th rnnf on th barn of Mr. John
T? Jon tin in Milford township,
will have to be replaced because of
it received from tne
late storm of wind.
Tnhoi!. Clearfield county, Pa
is to have a stove factory that will
have buildings enongh to cover
twelve acres of ground and employ
a small army of workmen.
Unclaimed letters in P. O., Pat
terson, Pa: Miss Eliza Street, Miss
Bertha Navlor. Win Rice, George
fthnll. Uriah Hari. J. L. Roberts,
Jacob Livinston, Frank Georzin.
Iu a search of the house of John
iWea.sAd.in Huntingdon.
that ailminifli mtnrS found $1,805
in uttio hnnl at the bottom of
a half bushel measure in the lower
part of the house and S30 in gom
in an old chest up stairs.
Thd miiv Kal bv the sheriff last
Fridnv. fhc reirnlar day for the
Sheriff's sales was that of a house
and lot in Milford township as the
property of Mary J Harvey and
William Harvev. Sold to George
A MeCachran for 1398.12.
At a foot-ball trarae played at
Wi 1 1 i a m nort last Sat u rdav between
Dickinson Seminary team and the
Milton Hisrh Sehool team, Quarter
back Wolfinger of the Milton team
w:m BtrnoV on t.h head in a - rush
and is not expected to live.
J. W. Gougler of Selinsgrove;
who rlaima that the franchise
the Selinssrove and North Branch
Selins -
railroad from this place to
grove is vested in him wants
. -. i twtr
O00 for the franchise, jreopie ucn,
at Mifflintown would like to seethe
people nere
en by aLsMnb-
over tZttongKS15Ihoworried
ben the stS.f,
low. pnngs
fivtng with rsir nta:
Mrs. Abraui Mouit at 7h-T w a
near in.n 01W' at theiir nome
Pub on hitb.
, . -u "cient Auction
-'"naoie rates. Address
3Iifflintown, Pa.
The light seen bevnni t.
wsr"" Bom? m ago bv
i """'"iuwn peonie M non. vl
the burninir of fi w r3
A n1iV Af B:. a.
. a-s, vi sixteen years "tanr!
i nuui w in NPHAAimAM
l t amount of one hundred
in08and dollars and nothi nv with
which to make the shortage.
. rst floor and
basement of the Hollobangh build-
"s vu iriuge street. Mifllinfown
Pa., suitable for a Meat Market or
Restaurant. Reliable parties only
need innW t v - J
L. T. Kelly of Johnstown. Cam
tria Co., Pa., left tackle, was kill-
iu a iooi-oau game on Thanks
Kiwuguay. rne Johnstown team
piayed the Indiana State Normal
cwnooi team. Kelly tackled Full
hack Loner and was thrown PVn'a
knee struck Kelly on the back of
me neaa. He fell unconscious and
Boon after died
It is a common thing to hear of
uiiB uemg orongbt against men
for bigamy, but an uncommon
thing to bear of suitsagainst women
iorinat offense against- the law
Jiwi ween in nitsourg, a
suit was brought against a woman
for bigamy. She had two hus
bands in one and the same house
and lived with both.
Queer fish stories are reported
rom Huntingdon county, for ex
ample, from the Huntingdon Globe
of the 29th ult: On a recent night,
as a pany oi Ardcnneim sports
men were spearing 'carp near the
mouth of the Raystown Branch,
one of them, who was in the bow
olhe boat, struck a large raccoon
with his spear and killed it. The
boat was close to the shore, and as
it neared the 'coon, which had
Come down from the nparhv riHiral
inv.,.n.Hnntr.o.. iK-fi
liant light carried in the bow of
the how blinded the auimal and it
was readily speared.
It is with a feeling of deep regret
that the Sentinel and Republican
announces the death of John H.
Sheibley, editor and proprietor of
the Advocate and Press of New
Bloomfield, Perry county. Death
overtook him last Saturday, De
cember 1st, as the result of a stroke
of paralysis. He was 73 years old
and lived all his life in the county
in which he was born. Ho was
one of the founders of the Advo
cate and Press and has been con
nected with it from that time to
this as its owner and editor. He
wa one of the most prominent and
substantial citizens in the county
of his nativity.
Lewisburg Chronicle, December
1st, Mr. C. K. Sober, while out
gunning last Saturday, shot a
pheasant with a weasel banging to
its neck. He was watching for a
squirrel when his dog pointed a
pheasant. Mr. Sober noticed that
the bird appeared nm tiled about
the neck, but he attributed it to
the rain making the feathers wet.
Mr. Sober fired on the bird and of
course the game came down as it
always does when he has half a
chance. On going to pick up the
bird he found that a weasel had
bold of it and was sucking its lile
bloed. Mr. Sober is having both
pheasant and weasel mounted.
A surprising catch in the river
is thus spoken of by the Hunting
don Globe. It was the catch of the
season ana tne nsnerman wan
Wilday Black, the well known
Huntingdon jeweler. Mr. Black
had not fished lone till there came
a vigorous tug at the line. The
line spun off the real in a vicious
war Mr. lilac7s mina was nueu
with the brightest anticipations of
capturing the biggest black bass of
the season. Alter ne nu nwurcij
t,nVed his fish m he was more
than ever convinced that his catch
was a monster in size.judgingirom
its vigorous tugging and ferocious
runs, which severely ueu "
-fr.,lfrh Mr. Black maintained
u.'-r, - . .
iv ..iivintaorp- however, over mo
and after he had sue
AiA in worrvinsr it oat to hi
speechless astonishment, reeled in
" " i. 1,.
Black is not supersiiuouB,
no further desire for piscatorial
pursuit that day
tt this for a monkey, irom
i. rhiiulelnhia Times of
trnner 30. dated at Baltimore
ilWlVM" 7
v-.-,.,lvor '1
"Joe Hooker," an
monkey, made a balloon w810"
. ),. tn-dnv alone and
. wo a narachute and ae-
tnen vui, i , .
aeended gracefully to the ground
wfthina stone's throw of the point
OI Hooker - made his first
. on aeronaut at Mount
SSkout neaV Chattanooga, three
tera ago and wa given his name
yer.Tm in honor ot the Union
r.;VSe p-portT' tt.
w"J - performance to-
: Zoo here and his perfor
na.i7 hi a,iw
0f ascension, a ioj
- . j Mloon was nsea, .
- " . jijoon was nseu,
foot oj vr t(Jot Hcoker'
It wa. F n "cursiorm.
of i 7,aWe exhibition
paSo? an intelligence on the
gjf animal. The raaople
snZS!- Pawchnte, and his
A-GRAND RECEPTION VE theJ nittimJ kcrory have
Last , Atlu-:Uthousand dollars insurance on
of invit-, 7 a larBe number
Wn.VC .Mr-d Mrs. Ban?.
MUir trv rr,10me iu Oakland
SKfr .thei' Jee and his
Jua jane n (nA
tk.i . - -
Tv-, , Irom wedding tour
WaMllJidelphia' Baltimore and
Wngton, D.C. The bride and
gwom received in the parlor and
a" J k 1 wune8 wer extended.
Hoon after the guests had arrived
:", -rc invited to different ta
"' "uere a tasteful course dinner
w oervea.
After dinner the friends gather
'WJ ciai time and the honrs
passed only too quickly. Many
regrets were heard that h i
- . wuv I1UU1 9
" eujoyment had come to a close,
- --- f, m pieasant mem-
wrieo oi mom remain
., iiie reception were
"jr. ana Mrs. L. Banks Wilson,
Jlr. and Mrs. .Imu r;to-
Misses Mary, Margaruite and Kate
Wilson, Miss Juniata Wilson, all
of Oakland Mills; Mr. Samuel
Wilson of Orbisonia; Mr. Latimer
noon. MlSSe? JenniA Anna on.l
Josephine Wilson, Mr. Ralph Wil
son, all Of Van Wert? Mrs
xwire, Messrs. Robert and William
Moore, Dr. and Mrs. I. O. Rm.1.
ing, Miss Lizzie Moore, Mr. Harry
moons, air. and Mrs. Wilson
J'loyd, Mr. and Mrs. Waahimrtnn
MCAiister, Mr. and Mrs. Banks
JicAlister, Mr. and Mrs. Theoph
lulus Thompson, Rev. and Mrs.
.,. Welty, Miss Eva Thompson,
miast-a aiary and Anna Lou 3Ie
Meen, Mr. John McMeen, all of
McAlisterville; Mr. and Mrs. Ezra
uoty, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc
Meen, Miss Jane Adams, Mrs.
itobert McAIister. Miss Clara
Ihonipson, Mr. Hugh McMeen, all
of Mifflin; Mr. and Mrs. John
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Alden
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. James
Adams, Misses Maggie, Mary and
Ella Adams, Miss Ruth McMeen.
Miss Sadie Milligan, Mr. John
Adams, jr., Mrs. Charles and An
drew McMeen, all of Mexico; Miss
Grace Robison, Miss Martha Pat
terson, all of Acadeiuia.
"rnrsTmAt. plants
The town went through another
fire seance last Saturday night be
tween the hours of 10 and 12
o'clock in which was consumed
the shoe factory managed by Jos
eph Ramsey and the knitting fac
tory managed by Karl & Etchells
and a dwelling honse owned by
Manbeck & Nelson and occupied
by Perry Culbertson and George
Wetzler and a double dwelling
houso owned and . occupied by
George Wei be 1 and John Beward
and a large dwelling house with a
store room occupied and owned by
Philip Bishop. Bishop was also
the store-keeper in the honse. A
stable owned by Manbeck & Nelson
was also consumed by the fire.
The fire as far as the public knows
was started on the second story of
the shoe factory. A freight engi
neer in passing saw the fire in the
building and sounded an alarm,
but it was a number of minutes be
fore the fire alarm people in the
town could catch the import of
the train engineer's whistle and by
that time the fire had made great
progress. The fire department
promptly responded to the alarm
from the regular alarm station.
The Patterson hose company soon
bad a line of hose to the nearest
plug. The Mifflintown hose com
pany soon followed and attached
their hose to a plug within effective
working distance and the railroad
firemen ran a line of hose from the
warehouse down by the electric
light plant, but they were all too
late to save the shoe factory and
the knitting factory. With great
difficulty the fire was checked in
its northward spread in the stable
of the Manbeck & Nelson mill. At
one time people standing by, who
could not help in the work of ex
tinguishment of the fire, thought
the mill could not be saved, but it
was saved. Across the street east
ward from the burning factories
were the dwelling houses mention
ed alove. The heat was so in
tense that it was not possible to
carry a line of hose along the street
to throw water on them and they
fell a victim to the devouring
flames. Between the doomed dwell
ing honses and the river was piled
the housenoia gooua oi iuc wcu-
pants, who were sorutniessiy ariv
en from their homes. Most all of
the property was insured, but with
all that sucn auiieoiiiira "uk
about unpleasant and deplorable
conditions. The fire engine was
run down to the river anu um au
mirably. The Mifflintown hose
company withdrew their line from
the plug near me
ed it to the engine hose and iu that
wav enough hose wan wuuwu
reach, the fire. The large nouse at
the extreme south end ot the street
was saved by a line i F""
worked by 8. M. lW one of the
tenants in the house and by John
Brindle, owner of the. property.
7tLu-J tenant in the house is Jos-
eRWHey, manager of the shoe
fictorv. The management of the
railroad company backed a locomo
Sve totbe mUl to draw out a num
be?of cars from between the mill
V. fir. The ears were bump-
auu . nnn was
ed so
naru - . ,
j rear ena oi mei
bumped oQ ine ,
tr rtha wav- However, as the
was eh1 before it reached
a :
meat Company have about" Aeen
thousand dollara in the two eoa
oerM. They hare six thousand
dollars insurance on the shoe lac
tory. They have fifteen hundred
dollars insurance on the hosiery
building and security papers from
the operators of the two plants for
the balance. Ramsey, . the man
ager of the shoe factory has five
thousand insurance on machinery
Ann afAAlv v -.. ...
macmcery and stock. The shoe
factory emnlnved tn1 1
The knittii 'wo -v
thirty people. The origin of the
fire m not known. It would be a
satisfactory matter to the public, if
the misfortune could
ovr by the Improvement Company
r7v "uaiicmeni oi tne z plants,
if they could arrange to restore the
buildings and resume work in the
near future. The wire nr
electric light plant were burned off
and the town lapsed into darkness
in an instant. Mr. Troxell, the ef
ficient manager had the Tdant In
complete working order by Sunday
evening. Tramps had been for
bidden night quarters in the boiler
room the night previous to th fi
Some people conjecture that the
tramps had someshing to do with
the fixe. Others think not. Short.
ly after ten o'clock on the night of
iue ure a man was seen to come out
of the passageway between the mill
stable and factory to the street and
men suddenly withdraw into the
darkness of the passasrewav. The
citizen who saw him thought that
he was spying a man and woman.
who were then walking on the op
posite side of the street, but since
the fire he is almost inclined to the
belief that the man had to do with
the fire.
Mi KFUx Academy versus 8teelton.
juanKBgiving i Jay-g root-ball game
ended in the defeat of the Steelton team
by a score of 12 to 0.
The Mifflin team worked hard for all
the points they made and a number of
men were laid out: but none injured ser
iously. Tbe game was close and the
crowd was enthusiastic. The teams
lined up as follows:
Auker Right Knd
Singer Right tackle
Stutts, Uushard Guard
Eshelman Center
Brindle Left Guard Coleman & Kelly
Arbogast Left Tackle Dennis
Uoodale Left End Wehrer
Xoble Full-back Sullivan II ay man
Fasick Right half-back Crook
Capt Mayer Left half-back Gaul
Patterson Quarter-back Callaghn. Cant
Subs AlHson and Wagner; Touch
downs, Noble 2; Goals from Touch
downs, Mayer 2; Referee, V. Mayer;
Umpire, Murphy; Linesmen, Dietrick
& Hetzell.
Time of halves 20 minutes.
The regular December Term of
Court was convened at 10 o'clock.
a. m., on Monday, December 3rd,
No one haviug been appointed
to fill tbe vacancy caused by the
death of President Judge Lyons,
the Associate Judges Sterrett and
Swartz conducted the court.
The grand and pettit jurors hav
ing been notified not to attend
court, were absent, and only mis
cellaneous business was transacted.
All Commonwealth cases were
continued and the recognizance of
the defendants were renewed.
The constables made their quar
terly returns.
Joseph E. Neimond was appoint
ed a master to take testimony in
the divorce proceedings between
Nancy E. Palm and Jesse Palm.
John W. Speddy was appointed
guardian of Edna Helen Bratton,
minor child of J. C. Bratton, de
ceased. .
In the estate of Amos Ober, late
of Fayette township, deceased, or
der to sell said decedent's real
estate granted.
W. H. M. Thompson was ap
pointed guardian pf Amos Roy
Colyer, an adopted minor child
of Nelson Colyer, deceased .
In the estate of Stephen L. Lan-
dis, late of Fayette township, de
ceased, confirmation of sale of real
estate continued until sale of Real
Estate continued until December
IS, 1900,
B. F. Burohfield, Esq . was ap
pointed to audit the records of the
Prothonotary and Register and
The bail bonds in cases of the
Commonwealth vs. Samuel Burge,
Foster Arnold, Charles Britcher,
Louis Kauffman and Foster Glace
were forfeited, the defendants hav
ing failed to put in their appear
ance, sio ettort will be made for
the present to collect these bonds:
as it is thought the parties were
not in Court because they believed
there would be no Court.
The Sheriff's deeds were ac
knowledged: John J. Patterson, Esq., was ap
pointed an auditor
Court adjourned to meet on
the 18th at 9 o'clock A. M.
Do h res Berrikr. On the
29th ultimo, at Reed's Gap, by
Rer. M. S. Derstine, Charles F.
Dobbs and Mary Ann Berrier.
On the 27th ult., at McAlister
ville, by Rev. J. C. Reighard,
William A. Rumberger and Clara
J. Hostettler.
Yeater. On the 2nd inst., at
Mifflintown, at the home of its pa
rents, an infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Teatter. Interment in Bea
ver Creek cemetery in Snyder Co
on the 4th inst.
Pry. On the 28th ult., in
Spruce Hill, a son of Mr. and Mrs,
! "William Pry, aged 2 years. The
mnwunij, g jra. mi
child wafl to dcath by pull
ing a pan of boiling water off th
xitcnen srove upon raeii.
--witii biGici i io ii's Sic; ca I
'orarNTiro op fAx,i -
Stocks were never more complete, more varied, handsomer, or
LOWE3 PBIGSD. . . --. ..
95 00, 17.W to 910.00 and
Ladies' Plush and Kersey Cloth Capes ; Collars edged with Fur or
Plain ; lined throughout, in all lengths. Ladies' Golf Capes, with or with
out hoods, new shape and styles.
Misses and Children's Reefers and Jackets with Flared Collars or
Sailor Style Gapes, trimmed with fancy braid.
Children's Iderdown and Cloth Cloaks for 85cts., $1.00, $1.25
1.60 to $2.50.
For Men, Women and Children. Thousands of men, women and
Children know tbe comfort of Knit Underwear. Our Stores have a com
plete line of Underwear for everybody
heavy weight, large and email sizes.
as zocts. a piece.
1Z cts apiece and
Man 'a and
cohod nose at mo
Ladies' and Men's new Fall Shoes it
Patent Leather, Yici Kid and Box Calf, Bun
ton or Lace, single or double eolea, exten
sion edge, well made, excellent in style and
fit. Buy your boy or girl or child a pair of
Our Good Fitting Shoes
Size 5 to 8, for 75cts to $1 00.
Size 8J to 11, for 90cts to $1.15. .
Size 11 J to 2 00 for $1 00 to $1.25.
Size 2 to 6 for 91.25 to 11.50.
Bargain prices in ginghams for 4 and 5c a yard.
Bargain prices in outing cloth and flannelettes for5o a yard.
Bargain prices in fleeced pound goods for 25c a lb.
Bargain prices in remleta of dress goods for 7c a yard.
Bargain prices in cashmere, skirt and waist patterns at 18c a yard.
Canton Flannel, Wool Flannels, Calicoes all at Bargain Prices at
103 to 109 Bridge Street,
1865, ESTABLISHED. 1900.
Special Invitation
To attend the Attractive Sale oi
It will
Who have money to invest to
It is truly marvelous to See
of Suita and Overcoats at the
Bis prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail
a - la ?a- J niil
to give nun a can 11 m neea ox
Any information that tell bow slrVn aa
tfhfiei, aaa be arereome is the moat welcome
aows a paper caa print. Although this Is aa
advertisement, it eoataiaa facta f mora vital
fanportaace than aaytaing else la this aewepapaa
It tells of a medicine knows forever thirty
years as Dr. Dmrid Kennedy Farorite
Mtemedjr. It Is a medicine that purifies
the Bleed, aad restores the Kidneys,
Bladder and Urinary Organs to vigor
aad strength. Ita principal lagrediant Is
not alcohol. It does not rata men's aad
womea'a lives toy earning intoxication
staring the appetite for strong; drink.
Farorite Remedy eoela and purifies the
blood. It is aot like the maay " bitten,"
pounds " and " tonics," now so widely sold,whicb
heat and iaflame the blood, doing more Injury
than good.
Farorite Remedy cures treutolee
1mt aa eertainlv aa it cures troubles of
restores the Liver to a healthy condition, and
cures the worst cases of Constipation. It cures
Scrofula, Salt Rhenm, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia,
all Kidney. Bladder aad Urinary Diseases,
Gravel, Diabetes and Bright s Disease.
My complaint was Stone la the Bladder.
Phyelciaaa said my case was hopeless, but Dr.
Kennedy Ferorite Remedy cured me."
XX H. Hoao, Lebanon Springs, N. T.
Sold ia all drug stores for fl.oo a bottle.
One teaspooaful is a dose, aad you will experi
ence relief long before first battle is
Otaf-ii IrviUV llVVi troubled
with aavof the ailaaeata mentioned above
Is offered a chaaee to try Favorite
wttaout aay cost wnatever. bend your iuu poai
omeo address to the Da. Dayid Kknnbdy Coaroa
ation, Roadout, N. Y.. and a free sample will bo
sent too. Please aav vou saw the advertisement
mthmpa,a wo may know your repeat Ugoau'sm
In no other Store in Juniata county will yon
find sueh Vaat Stock ; Goods of auoh High Character,
marked so marvelouely low and popular in prioe."
double-breasted, silk lined jackets, all-wool venitian,
broad 'cloth, cheviot or homespun cloth from $6 60 to
$13.00 a suit
Ladies' Kersey Jackets, Beaver Jackets, Melton,
Beaver Jackets, Flare Collars, Strap Seam, lined
throughout witK silk. Some trimmed with Applique
on Collars and Lappela. Prices, $3.50, $4 00, $4.60,
in all sizes and makes : medium and
Men a Knit Vest or Drawers as low
Ladies fleeced, heavy-ribbed Vest or Pants for
25cts and Children Undeiwear, starting at lOcts sad
advance as per size.
Children' Ff nut nt mil Vinla In
from ; heavy cotton, medium cotton and light weight
very iowe6s pnoea.
Cheapest Here
To r17ie Public
Clothing Ibat goes on daily
examine the Stock of Goods for
Wonderfully Low Prices.
of women
men. It
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I 1Y
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1 v
7 I r J. 2
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Talk is aheap. The store with the smallest stjet, pooreit goods and highest
prioes ia town may faraish the longest argaaenl Bat what of it. VIere
words mesa nothinn. Feats alone oonnt. Every mas who wsnU a Pall Suit
or Overeoat is interested ia oar matchless offerings .
Quality First Price Next
600 all wool Cheviot Baits, single or doable breasted blaek or bine for S5.CS.
These suit were made to be sold for $8.50 and that is what they are worth.
460 Fall and Winter Suits.
All sues, any styles and patterns, strictly i
The very finest Suits
thst ean be prodaoed from $10 to S16. They are made of the choloest Im
ported cloth, oat by artist eatters and ptt together by thoroughly experienced
tailors. S65 young men's fall suits, all the la'est styles from $2 50 to $8.60.
Over lbOO Mem's, Boy's, and Children's Overcoats
ready for yosr inspeeaion and seleetioa, some as low aa $9, others as high
as $15. Nearly every new style ia inoladed In the line.
Boy's and Children's Clothing.
Doable breasted, from 4 to 15 years
and best fall styles at $2.60.
Men's Underwear Sale. .
The world's best makers ore represented here, and baying se we do m Iwrge
qasstittes, we ean cell at wholesale prices.
Our Hat Department.
Is filled with the latest fall
ean save you 25 per eent.
Trunk and Satchell Department
on second floor. Call and see them.
Opening of our Furniture Campaign.
The Fall Furniture Campaign has been opened by ne. From the vary tart
there will be an offerina of such roods
meat than ever the Recognised Furniture Headquarters in Juniata County.
Five large floors sre filled with the best seleeted stook from the largest Michi
gan manufacturers. We bought this stook of goods for eash. This means a
saving of at loast one-third the lowest retail pnoea We doubt whether there
is another store in Central Pennsylvania esn offer snob indaoemenlc ia this
department then we are able to do this
IIS mad 11 Bridge) Street.
aLWAva euRtt
And Impart nw lit to the whole system. At
all drugirisu and dealers, Mo. or cent by mail.
I rear dealer will not snpplr yoa. dress,
Tasoarora Valley Bailroad.
scBaDvu rs mjtbct mokdat, mrs. 20,
, x.
Blair's Mills Lv.
Leonard's Grove.
Ross Farm
Perulack ................
East Waterford
Honey Orove
Fort Bigham
i'2 42
l2 50
Pleasant View
Seven Fines
Spruce Hill
Old Port
Port Royal Ar.
Trains Noa. 1 sad 2 connect at Port Royal
with Way Passenger and Seashore Express
en P. R. R., and Kos. 8 and 4 with Mail east.
Trains Kos. 2 aad S connect at Blair's
Mills with Concord, Doyleetrarg Dry Run,
VorsTille, Neelyton, Shade Gap, Sbade
Valley and 8 o born Station Stage Lines.
No.2 No. 4
A. P. U.
Port Royal 0.0 10 20 5 05
Old Port 1.3 10 27 5 12
Turbett 2.8 10 33 5 18
Freedom 3.7 10 3fi 5 21
Stewart 4.410 395 24
Graham's. 5.0 10 42 5 27
Spruce Hill 6.3 10 50 5 35
Seven Pines 7.2 10 63 5 38
Pleasant View. 9.0 11 01 5 46
Warble. 10.011 06 5 51
Fort Bigham. 12.011 15 6 00
Honey Orove 14.0 11 23 6 08
Heckman 15.1 U 28 6 13
East Waterford.... 17.511 40 6 25
Perulack 20.5 11 63 6 88
Boss Farm. 22.0 12 00 6 45
Leonard's Orove... 24.012 08 6 53
Waterloo 25.512 14 6 59
Blair's Mills. ....Ar. 27.012 20 7 05
wool at S7.S0, real value $10.
at $1.60.
An assortment of newest
fc eMs tree as tn others we
Oar prioes
ftom $1.00 to $V0
and values as will make this depart.
i The Sales of Hood's SsamaparUV.
I sre tbe largest in the world bscaoca
.i i tt ir n I. .mIh. ...
UM cures uy nuw e ooseeejeajusi gst
wonderful, perfect, perrfswwnt.
Hood's Pills are tbm beat teoliy
cattaatm ami lhrsy medicine. S&c
ll ley Kallroarl Company. Time table
of passeniter trains. In effect on Monday.
Mar t8t. IBM.
ETATIOVS. West- Bast-
ward, wsrt.
a i i i T" i
Xewp-ri 8 06 10 85 8 80
Buffalo Bridge 6 08 10 88 8 27 8 61
Juniata Farnace ... 1210 2 8 23 S 61
Wabneta 6 15 10 45 8 20 8 60
Bylvaa 6 25:10 62 8 10 8 46
Wst-r PlQf 6 22 1101 8 11 8 41
Bloomfleld Junct'n. 6 81111 09 8 08 8 88
Valley Road 6 89 1109 8 00 8 83
BMotUburs; 6 61 11 21 7 46 8 IS
Green Park t 64.11 24 40 8 10
LojSTllle '11 85 I 84 8 04
rort Robeson .11 41 T 26 2 64
Center ';. 1 45 7 16 2 4f
Ciena's Ron lift! 7 16 244
Andersonburg Ill 57 7 10 2 4
Blaln 7 Sftjli 06 7 03 2 81
ltonnt Plosssnt ... 7 4l!l2 11 6 68 1 24.
Kew Germact'n ... 7 451 U 15 6 60 2
D. GRIKG, President and Manager
B.. Hulbb, General Agent.
Tbe following schedule went Into effea.
Kov. 16, 1886, aad tbe tra!ns will be rna as
p. m
4 80
4 86
4 89
8 41
4 46
4 46
4 61
4 64
4 66
. 4 69
a. m
9 09
9 11
9 14
9 16
9 19
9 22
9 2
Liesre Arrtre a. m
Dnncaanon 7 64
King's Mill 7 49
Sulphur Springs 7 46
MCorman Biding 7 44
p. m
8 IS
Montebello Park 7 41
Wearer 7 40 2 la
'Roddy 7 88 1 OS
Hoffman 7 18 1 64
Royer 7 81 1 OS
Mabanoy 7 18 1 00
6 10 10 48 Bloomfleld 7 18 141
6 16 9 49 Treslei 7 09 1 S
6 21 9 64 'Ifellson 7 04 1 81
6 24 9 67 Dam's 7 01 1 28
6 27 10 06 Rlllofsbarg A SS 1 35
5 82 10 I 7 'BrmhelKl's R 61 1 20
6 84 10 17 "Green Prk 6 4H 1 18
6 87 10 80 'Montour June A 83 1 16
6 02 10 86 1-andlshurg 6 28 1 64
p. m a. m Arrive Leave a. m p m
Train leaves Bloomfleld at 6.68 a. m.,
and arrives at Landisbarg at 6.28 a. m.
Train leaves Landisbarg at 6.08 p. m., and
arrives at Bloomfleld at 6.40 p. m.
AU stations marked () are flag stations,
at wblch trains will come to a full stop on
Caas. H. Svnar. 9. O. Bice,,
President. Sui'O
WONDERFUL ere tne cures bf
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and yet thaw
are simple and natural. Hood's 8cns
parilla makes PURE OLOOD.
n Tt.
Every Sufferer
niiran,wrM a
- a-i n H M rn niaw
wejsew s
road built.
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