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BflPFLINTOWN.PA.. i
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, ltOO
TERMS. ,- : ,
gtBSCiurnox 11.80 per year If paid
a advance; S1.W if not paid to ad-
T7nient drwtfalag and '.local
Mtlew 8 centa a line. '
Inductions will be made to those de
lAnt to advertise by the year, half or
quarter year.
SHORT LOCALS
Oleomargarine in Congress.
" The foot-ball season is orer.
There i9 talk of a paint-mill.
The days for wars are not over.
Christmas next Friday a week.
The first week in December was
fine.
The Xicarangna Caual in Con
gress. Deep suow at Corry, Pa., on
Sunday.
Speed of new war ships 20 miles
au hour.
The streams are full and ready
for winter.
The days for the Legislature to
meet are here.
A young man was hazed to death
t West Point.
The late rains closed the carp
pipping season.
Large 1ei)08it8 of coal have been
found in China.
The war tax comes with "Re
member the Maine."
What has become of the old
time chimney sweepT
Miss Isabella McClintic has been
risitiug friends in Ilarrisburg.
For coal oil bore in the cyncli
nals; for gas boreontheanti-clines.
George Rodgers has secured a
job in the Middlebnrgshoe factory.
The mild weather came to a
close on Sunday night with a hard
freeze.
The number of teachers in the
public schools of Pennsylvania are
29,:0.
The summer has gone by and
Licking Creek valley is without a
gas-well. "
The pope had a tumor removed
from under an arm on the 6th of
December.
Rabbits near town are scarce
ait till a suow comes, 'men see
their tracks.
Miss Mamie Hibbs of Patterson
visited her aunt Mrs. Humph
rey at Maize.
The number of pupils enrolled in
the public schools of Pennsylvania
are 1,151,880.
The Czar of Russia can command
a million men to arms bnt was laid
up by a micro De.
A number of expeditions are be
ing fitted out to go to the North
pole next summer.
A club of swell habits in Balti
more gave a musk rat supper last
Thursday evening.
D. Banks Stouffer recently of
Bloonisbnrg, Pa., is home on a vis
it of several weeks.
When the school teachers are
pensioned who'll pension the peo
ple who pay the pensions.
Heavy snow storms broke down
telegraph communication in the
state of "Vermont last week.
Professor Gortner took in the
Perry county and Cumberland
county institutes last week.
Plenty of people who tell how
others should run their affairs, but
can't manage their own affairs.
William Patterson of Blooming
ton, Illinois, is visiting his brother
John J. Patterson in this place.
The Selinsgrove canning factory,
knitting factory and shoe factories,
have all been destroyed by fire.
This has been an admirable sea
son in part of the state for fall
plowing for next year's corn crop.
T?v- Campbell of Port Royal,
preached for the Presbyterian con
gregation in this place on Sunday.
The Boers captured 17,000 sheep
w. thA r.ritish in Soutn Ainca.
intended for the
A 1-1 s ---v. a- -
British army.
The total expenditure for the
public schools in Pennsylvania the
-no fit VaPar. reached the enormous
sum of 21,476,1)94.90.
nr TTarrv O. Patterson, ship-
with a load of horses and
mules from Sew Orleans for Cape
town, Africa, last week.
x tirr wmrnn drawn by two
and freiehted with mem
bers of the salvation army paid the
town a visit on Monday.
The Locust Run Union Sabbath
School, will hold their Christmas
oritortsiinmeiir on the eveninir of
the 24th of December. Everybody
invited.
Clothing Merchant John Hollo-
LaiiErh. Sr.. took cold and rheum
fltism on the night of the industrial
niant firo anil ie. now confined to
his house. ,
A man from Allegheny county
aavs when he gets into the Legisla
ture, he'll offer a bill to pension on
halt pav all common scnooi teacn
ere, who have taught school twen
ty years.
Someone savs much of the heart
failure that drops men off so sud
denlv is caused by indigestion that
inflate thA stomach and presses it
a?ainst the heart stopping valvn
lar action.
"The average man and woman
will not believe that death is their
test friend." so said citizen No
Citizen No. 2 said. "I can't feel
just that way. It depends a good
deal where one lands after death."
m :
keafti
present.
Alter a nmlnnax i-j
tires in thetown 1 f?
Annie b2t2 Mis.
inAltoonVSS
James GrobinMM.
hot a bM wv ttoyaj
w biok with envy.
na ocner lunatics.
Pnn"' "ll ? nMnnan of
z, " vMUn. her
1 McAfee in Port
in town. UJ' BP6nt fe'
i.?!? Wednesday, Noveml
",'ODai. Centennial
Tbe Tc" D- C-
0. Tr;:r . u wc tcs are
t aeuingion.
J.Jq- k mgcr Wm- Ban1".
Jerome Sieber, were re-installed
ir iiT ,T"l'B rawiord was
installed elder in th twk,-.
.hn,W o .wujraiwi
uU ounaay.
Public Sale.
w-
nave your
goods sold by an efficient Auction
w at reasonable rates. Address.
.BMai UitAENBESOEB,
Mifflintown, Pa
rf-v -w-v
ya uecember 5, Mr. Thaddeus
Zimmerman of Ickisbnrg, Perry
ieu nis i wo 15 months
old hogs, one of which weighed
5081bs; the other weighed 556.
J. oral 1U64.
nine xicarangna Canal scheme
should do up Congress as the ca
nal seheme to unite the Pacific and
the Atlantic oceans did up the
trench Assembly, it would be an
A spark from a locomotive start
ed a fire in the roof of a house own
ed by "Wm. Pomeroy and tenanted
Dy uarry Musser in Port Royal
uwi xnesaay. Tne bucket brigade
buuu eximguisnea tne nre.
Mrs. Holloway, wife of Rev.
Holloway of Bellefonte is the guest
or mre. Aticmson. Dr. Holloway,
preached for the Lutheran congre
gation in this place and Licking
vreeK aney some years ago.
Fok Best. First floor and
basement of the Hollobaueh build
ing on Bridge street, Mifflintown,
Pa., suitable for a Meat Market or
Restaurant. Reliable parties only
need apply. J. . Hollobacgh.
Captain Piatt of the Carlisle In
dian school in an addrees before
the Cumberland county institute.
expressed the belief that human
slavery nnder certain conditions is
a proper institution in the hnman
family. ;-
W.H.ClossonofLewistown, Pa.,
Asst. Sup't for the Prudential In
surance Company and W. H. Mc-
Jsitt, agent for the same company,
adjusted insurance claim on life of
Wm. Brannen on Dec. 6th and
claim was paid next day.
Calvin Christmer, a freight train
flagman was killed at Tyrone on
Sunday evening about 5.30 by be
ing struck by limited. His train
was side-tracked to allow limited
to pass. In a moment of inatten
tion he stepped onto the track.
The Woman's Home Companion
is a Magazine to be desired in ev
ery home. It contains articles on
almost every interesting subjest.
Stories, Literary articles and the
latest fashions in handsome color-
Mi plates, are to be found on its
pages. By addressing tne w oniau s
Home Companion, tne txweu .
Kirkpatrick Co.. Springfield, Ohio,
this excellent magazine can be ob
tained.
Last Friday night thieves pried
no the lower sash of a window in
the east end of the Lutheran
church and thereby entered the
church building and stole from the
choir platform, a number or musi
oal inntrnments: TWO VIOlinS, a
cornet, a flute and music racks,
which were found in a ireigni
at Huntingdon on Sunday and
turned by railroad authority
car
re
on
Monday.
How the thieves spook around
flA niwminM lookinsr for a chance
UU 2m.vmm- J
ti tAl is illnstratea mine hmcwu
oration of thievery in the Luther
an nhnrch. Who would think that
thief would find his way into tne
v lot of the church and there
...tor a window and go inside for
OUIrVI -'
Ttnmoseof plunder ana steal
in of musical instruments. It
not. he a bad mine to set
gun traps in back yards for night
prowlers.
amnoi TCellv. a veteran hunter
of Chest Springs, Cambria county,
with his two dogs came across i
r v
nrnHon of coons one night re
cently, and captured eleven of the
sly animals. On the way home,
MstnrMl an opossum and
mi the nieht's work with
ht with a wild-cat. The
dogs were severely bnrt, but
wa overcome and led to
iit of wild animals captur
Id in one night in that section of
the state.
m AtA teem and raised a law
suit That is what George Reed
?Ja-i5- Tildwin of Columbia
AtA i9uh of them had
uleg'annedayH
ago when in each other's company
Sey discussed the ente ttat
had eiven them wooden limbs.
Tien thgrewjolly and traded
, ie.mrdi Miss Baldwin
bmedissatisfiedth her
trade
.mi wantea xiavu
to
hack. Reed refused.
Miss
Bald-
Jwlnbroig.nJtin-thi-to
cover jw
Plctuwin one ofwl k
5cj C ir
' MKi V few
contact .day
.WLIIV" to
ttn. Bm n-x
trated witu ir4 Pros-
Kth la itroke ofyil
etaoghUnl of Spruce mil .n
ob of her limb, between
ana thh?h.
ISeidoe8 aseat
ffilKM? M mnch - the
Pettndorn and what th iwuritinn
wnta can command. V
S.1 Ezra C. Doty? K
Mvi Bre Q Philadelphia
5eSSd7?hta week "ending a
meeting of the Masonic fraternity.
coSK?lbeen called home on ac-
lather Mr Q.'H. Martin, Harry O.
f ,Altoona, returned to
in- la8t Wednesday even-
ril" afflcieatly
"covered from an attack of neu
danr 1)6 P10?001104 out of
xrf foll,owinK young ladies left
Monday for Milroy where they
nave round employment in Thomp
son's knitting factory: Misses
ranees and Annu t.nnnKni
Salhe and Nannie Guss. Mande
Kent, Jnnie and Nellie Pry, Julia
Hersh, Lillie Mnfhron .i u..
Sulouff.
On Friday, December 14 at 7 p.
M ., the young Ladies Foreign Mis-
sionary Society of Mifflintown will
uir in ine lecture room
or the Presbyterian chureh. Re-
fresnments will be served. A large
assortment of things suitable for
nnstmas presents and homemade i
candies will be offered for sale
a. snort urns before tho firo of
a ...
tne snoe lactory, a policy of fif
teen hundred dollars was cancelled.
The cancellation took nlam noma
days before the expiration of the
policy. The policy was lifted by
the agent of the insurance com
pany on the day precedine the
night of the fire. Such is the com
mon report.
A good man can't be bought with
money, bnt a bad man will do any
thing for money as is proven bv
the fiendish work of John Gibson
ofMaysville, Ky, who killed a
young step-daughter for insurance
money. He burned spots on the
child's person with a hot poker to
make it appear as thousrh she had
died of small-pox.
If a man in a fraudulent way!
votes, prosecute bim for fraudulent
voting. It is a small babylike
business to try to hold a candidate
responsible for every irregular or
fraudulent vote cast, particularly
when he had no knowledge of the
voter or for whom the vote was
cast. An effective way of break
ing np illegal voting would be to
sue thepeoplewhocastillegal votes.
John Karl, connected with the
knitting factory, has brought a
suit against the county to recover
thirty thousand dollars for having
run afoul of a pile of lumber on
the river bridge on the night of
May 3, 1900, by which run into,
his buggy was over-turned and he
sustained injuries. The pile of
lumber on the bridge came to be
there on account of repair work on
tne bridge. '
In ninety days winter will be ov
er, bat tben in ninety days a sood
many important things may take
place as was exemplified inthelate
war with Span when she lost all
her colonial possessions in ninety
days. It was a fair bargain, how
ever when all is said for Spain.
She received $10,000,000 for being
whipped and ceedmg colonies that
cost her every year more than she
received from them.
In the four hst days of last week,
the Evans brothers conducted the
largest butchering of hogs in Jun
iata county at their mill in Dela
ware township. They had tons of
meat and huidreds of pounds of
sausage and pudding and lard.
They had a fill force of men and
women at the rork. In the four
days they killed 38 hogs and com
pleted the work to the rendering
of the lard. ' The largest hog
I weighed 7G5 pounds.
v Tn i coa tilt ororairA salprv nnid
men lor scnaoi teacning in me
United Sratesiwas $45.25 a month;
... 1 2 4.1
the average wlery paid to women
teachers was l& .It a montn.
There are 2f4,247 buildings de
voted to educational purposes and
an army of 414000 teachers, 2S3,-
867 are women, xne w
. Ann ' - VnntlMll Tw!
in losra, wasj aim Uuuc
ninety -seven million, two hundred
and eighty-one thousand six hun
dred and ninrfy three dollars.
The young men and women and
children attending theschools num
bered 1,738,30$ children.
There has been more than a lit
tle talk pro and con on the electric
light question. When the plant
was first placed the town did not
feel itself able to pay $600.00 for
the street lamps. The town coun
cil felt as if theyoould obligate to
pay $440. A nnaber of citizens
agreed to pay $160 uMy a
specified number of years and that
would secure the$600 annually for
the number of strtet lights now in
use. That contact has expired
and the citizens w paid $160.00
by voluntary contibution do not
feel like renewinf the contract.
The electric light oanagementsays
it cannot furnish light for less than
. ... hn iininir m there is tne
rub. The town hai been wrestling
with the question od the tai :-pay-
!.-.. Kn wstlinc with the
" .;n r,ri th wostle goes on
""",7,17; u that another
1 iirhtViU be asked t the east end
'which
pays a goodly portion of the
I if the town to havi bght
7.
tax. and
hoaw
, Tte KooccJ J Advotitd of C
eamber 5. saya: -While in the
barn yard last Wednesday eren
iojf, Alfred, a son of D. W. Bran
ner of Centre township, was at
tacked by a vicious bull and toas
ed over the fence. The brute
jumped the fence and attacked the
prostrate victim, sinking its horn
into his back and penetrating up
wards about four inches, bnt fort
unately escaping any vital part.
The enraged animal had to be driv
en off with pitchforks. The young
man is getting along as well as
could be expected.
Samuel H. Rollman was stricken
with apoplexy about noon on the
6th inst.. while at work in the
8choll carrriage factory, where he
naji oeen employed In the wood-
1
one department about a quarter
a century. Harry Casner and
Corbet Pannabaker were in the
room when he sank from his work
bench to the floor. Pannabaker
asked him, "where are you sick."
He said, "in the head." He im
mediately proposed taking Mr.
Rollman home, but he Baid, "no!
don't, it will frighten my wife."
His tongue then became so paral
ized that be could not articulate
distinctly. Mr. T. W. Anker came
in with an armed chair and a blan
ket, and he and two sons Reuben
and Guy, and Harry Casner, plac
ed the stricken friend in the chair
and carried him home, while Cor
bett Pannabaker hastened for a
doctor. Dr. Lncian Banks and
Dr. William Banks hastened to the
Rollman home, but the patient was
beyond the relief of the physician's
art If Mr. Rollman had lived to
the first of next April, he would
have reached his 50th birth-day.
He was one of the few remaining
men of that age, born in this town.
He was a member of the Metho-
dist church; the leader of
choir, and a great singer and
the
an
active participant in all the relig-
ions exercises of the church. His
funeral took place on Sunday af
ternoon from the Methodist church.
Interment in Union cemetery.
A thief or thieves made a raid
on Dr. Holman's house and office
in Patterson last Friday night.
The Dr. seems to be an object for
the loose members of society to
take a shi at. Some of these times
it would not be a surprise if some
one is caught and then they'll
wish they had led a better life.
How many months it is that a bul
let was shot into the front window
of the Ir's office cannot be recall
ed. The Dr. was standing that
time inside the room in the direc
tion of the course of the bullet, but
he escaped without harm to person
or property, excepting the bullet
hole in the window glass. He was
not hurt by the thieves last Friday
night. They did their work so
quietly that he did not hear them.
They did not enter the house by
the window with a bullet hole in it,
but they went onto the porch on
the riverside to a window that had
the fastening laid back and pushed
up the window and stepped in.
Squire Wm. Groninger says, thel
people in North Dakota do not
lock door or .window at night.
Possibly the Dr. was trying to in
augurate the Dakota fashion on
windows and doors. But be that
as it may when the thieves found
themselves inside the house, they
searched it and found the Dr's sil
verware and his over-coat, and
went to the cellar and found the
bread and other good things to eat,
and brought the good things to
the office and had a lay out there
for the inner man. Bnt before
they did that they dispensed with
the Dakota open door fashion and
locked the door that lead from the
office into the duelling house. It
is conjectnred that they thought it
possible for the Doctor to appear
upon the scene and create trouble,
By locking the door between office
and dwelling house they could
partake of the stolen meal unmo
lestedly. The robbery was not
discovered until in tne morning
when the Dr. and his family came
down 8 1 airs. The thieves left no
traces behind by which they may
be identified.
MCALISTERVILLE NUGGET3.
Now that the winter has come,
we feel more than ever like having
the railroad at Mifflintown com
pleted.
Leo Shellenberger is out of a
number of hams that someone of
the long fingered fraternity filched
out of his cellar.
A party for young people was
given at Mr. Allen Copenhaver's
on the evening of the 6th inst
Varmarfl in VllVfkttA InwnHhinaiw
importing bran from Chicago. Lr
iv saw-mill nas ueen piaceu in
the timber of the O. C. Diffender
fer tract.
MARRIED:
Kerstetter Masks. On the
8th inst., in Susquehanna town
ship. John K. Kersteter and Cora
A. Starts.
McCahas Oberholtzek.
On the 6th inst., in Milford town
ship, by Rev. Walter Oberholtzer,
Charles M. McCahan and Annie I
Oberholtzer.
Thatcher Yaitghan. On the
6th inst., at the Presbyterian par
sonage at Waterloo, Pa., by Rev
John F. Diener, Mr. H. A. Thatch
er and Miss Laura Vaughan, both
of Lack township.
DIED:
Uiovpcrr Cln that Qtti fnaf In
Bell wood, Blair county, an infant
m v s -msr W -w
son oi jar. ana aire. .L.uciau j&arn
eat.
Interment in the Spruce Hill
cemetery. Juniata county on the
12 tn inst.
' Philadelphia Markets,
' December 11. 1900.
Wheat 73c; Corn 42c; Oats 30c
live chickens 6 to 9c; ducks 9c
turkeys 8 to Oc; geese 8 to 9c; eggs
30c: cheese 11c; butter n5 to 32e
potatoes 45 to 52c; lard lie; cattle
f tockers 3 j to 3J
. 6 3Q. hog- 3, to
31c; beef cattle 4
5o; fheapfSJiO
95.50.
SchottV. Stores ! Schott's Stores I
OPBJN1NG OF BVAXt
ANDW1NTER GOODS.
. " .ife.8'' "erer more complete, more varied, handsomer, or
L0WE3PBICC9. . '
JACKETS, CAPES,
IAIDIES SUITS,
. GLOAKSand SKIRTS.
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 Capes, trimmed with fancy braid.
Childten'a Iderdown and Cloth Cloaks for 85cta., $1.00, $1.25
1.50 to $2.50.
UNDEEWKA.R
For Men, Women and Children. Thousands of men, women and
Children know the comfort of Knit Underwear. Our Stores have a com
plete line of Underwear for everybody in all sizes and makes : medium and
heavy weight, large and small sizes. Men's Knit Test or Drawers as lo .v
as 25cU. a piece.
12 J cts apiece and
cotton nose at tne
Good
Ladies' and Men's new Fall Shoes it
Patent Leather, Vici Kid and Box Calf, Bun
ton or Lace, einele or double soles, ten
sion edge, well made, excellent in style and
fit. Buy yonr boy or girl or child a pair of
Our Good Fitting Shoes.
Hize & to 8, for 75cts to $1 00.
Size 8Lio 11, for 90c ts to $1.15.
Size 111 to 2 00 for $1 00 - $1.25.
Size 24 to 6 for $1.25 to SI .0.
Bargain prices in ginghams for 4 and So a yard.
Bargain prices in outing cloth and flannelettes for5e a yard.
Bit-gain prices in fleeced pound goods for 25c a lb.
Bargain prices in remlets of dress goods for 7c a yard.
Bargain prices in cashmere, skirt and waist patterns at 18c a
Canton Flannel, Wool Flannels, Calicoes all at Bargain Prices at
SCHOTT'S STORES.
103 to 109 Bridge Street,
1865, ESTABLISHED, 1900.
Special Invitation
To attend the Attractive Sale ot
trow
THE IMMENSE ST0GK
OF
D. W. HARLEY
It will
10 THE ADVANTAGE
Who nave money to invest to
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STYLES
of Suits and Overcoats at the
His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't tul
k give nun a can 11 in neea oi
D W. HaRLEY
MIFFLINTOWN PA.
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Any taformaUoa that tells
eaa be overcome is the meat welcome
paper can print Although this is aa
advertisement, it contains facts of mora vital
fanportABce thaa aaything else la this aewapaper.
It tells of a medicine known forever thirty
years as Dr. Vmrid Kennedy Pmrorite
Memmdjr, It Is a medicine that puri&es
the Blood, aad restores taw Kidneys,
Bladder aad Urinary Org Ana to vigor
and strength. Itt principal ingredient is
not alcohol. It docs not rota men's aad
woman's Uvea by causing iatcaricatioa
foa taring the appetite lar, strong drink. -Favorite
Mtemeiy eools and purifies
blood. It Is not like that many bitters.'
pounds " and ' ' toniea," aww so widely aold, which
heat aad iaflame the blood, doing more injury
than good.
Favorite JKesaed cares troubles of women
Just aa certainly as it emrea troubles of It
restores the Liver to a healthy condition, and
cures til e worst cases of Constipation. : It cures
Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia,
aU Kidney, Bladder aad Urinary Diseases,
Gravel, Diabetes and Bright" a Disease.
" If y complaint was Stone in the Bladder.
Phyalciaas said my ease was hopeless, but Dr.
Kennedy" Favorite Remedy cured me."
D. H. Hoag, Lebanon Springs, N. Y.
Sold ia all drug stores for $i.oo a bottle.
One teaspoonful Is a dose, and you wiu experi
ence relief loeg before arat bottle la taken.
IKrmt LvalaC ITVVl troubled .
wuaaaref the ailments mentioned
la offered a chance te try Favorite
without aay cost whatever. Send roar
cence aaaese to the Dn. Oatid kennkdt uokpou
atiok, Rasdaut, N. Y.. and a free sample will be
seat you. Please say yoa saw the advertisement
mraia payer, ae we may Knoe year laueaaiia
. In no other Store in Juniata county will yon
find such Vast Stock ; Goods of rath High Character,
marked ao marvelouily low and popular ia price.
LADIES TAILOR MADE SUITS, single and
double-breasted, silk lined jackets, all wool venitiaa,
broad cloth, cheviot or bom spun cloth from $6 50 to
$13.00 a suit.
Ladies' Kersey Jacket, Beaver Jacket. Melton.
Beaver Jackets, Flare Collars, Strap Seam, lined
throughout with silk. Some trimmed with Applique
on Collars and Lappela, Prices, $3.50, $4 00, $4 50,
$5 00, $7 60 to $10.00 and $12.
Ladies flVecerf, heavy-ribbed Test or Pants for
25ots and Children' Underwear, starting at lOcts and
auvance as per sue.
HOSE
Men's and Children's Hoae of all kinds to select
from ; heavy cotton, medium cotton and light weight
very lowest prioes.
Shoes
' Cheapest Here
yard.
To The Publit
Clothing lai
goes
on daily
be
OF ALL BUYERS
examine the Stock of Goods for
Wonderfully Low Prices.
uioimng.
TJOL'Jl
suaaees aa
aad
above
Remedy
full poet-
r it v
I IMJT J
com- m ni
la
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if . ' -I
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MEVEB8' BIG 8T0RE8,
FACTS OOUMT-IfOT ABQUMKRT8.
Talk is aheap. The atora with the aoMllesI pooraat goelt sad bighaat
prioaa ia town may faraiab the longest argaaeat Bat what of it. tfar ,
words BMaa aothiag, FaoU alone ooaat. Every awa who waato a Fall 3it
er Orereost u iataraatoi ia oar OMtohlaaa offerinf
Quality First Price Next.
600 all wool Cheviot Sutta, single or doable breasted blaok or blao for
Tbese anita were made to be sold for $8.50 sad that is what they are worth.
450 Fall and Winter Suits.
All aisee, say styles and patterns, strtotly aal wool at (7.60, real raloe $W.
The very finest Suits
that oan be produoed from $10 to $15. Tbay are made of the ohoiooat fcev
ported eloth, eat by artist ontters and pat together by thoroughly experftnoed
tailors. 865 young mca'a fall saita, all the la'eat style from $2 50 to $8.40.
Over lbOO Hem's, Boy's, and Children's Overcoats
ready for yonr inspection aad aaleotion, some as low as $3, others high
aa $15. Nearly every new style is ineladed in tbe line.
Boy's and Children's Clothing.
Doable breasted, from 4 to 15 years at $1.50.' An aeaortmeat of newart
and best Ml styles at $2.60.
Men's Underwear Sale.
The world's beat mak ra are represented here, sad baying as we do M large
qaantittea, we ean aell at wholesale prioes.
Our Hat Department.
is filled with the latest fall and winter
ean save you 25 pr eent.
Trunk and Satchell Department
on seeond floor. Call and see them.
Opening of our Furniture Campaign.
Ihe Fall Fnrnitaro Campaign haa been opened by ns. From the Tory start
there will Va an offering of suoh soods and value as will make thia depart-
meat than ever the Recognised Fnrnitaro Headquarters in Juniata County.
Five large floors are filled with tbe best selected stock from the largest Michi
gan manufacturers. We boneht this stock of soods for eash. Thia means a
saving of at least one third the lowest retail prices We doubt whether there
is another store in Central Pennsylvania ean offer suoh indueement in this
department than we are able to do this
MEYERS,
THE LEADER IN LOW PRICES.
IIS ui Bridge Street. - B11FFE.1HTOWM, PA
EW LIFE TEA
ALWAYS CURES
CONSTIPATION,
INDIGESTION,
SICK HEADACHE,
all dranlili and daalan, sic, or twnt by mtJl,
U loultaln will not nippir yoa. Aililif,
LANQtlAil riBO. CO LB ROY. N.Y.
Tq8 carora Valley Railroad.
SCHEDULE IH EFFECT MONBAT, JU5E. 20,
1898.
EASTWARD.
STATIONS.
DAILY, EXCEPT StTMDAT.
Xo.l
No.3
A.
M.lP. M.
251 45
Blair's Mills..
Lv.7
Waterloo
Leonard's Grove
7
17
31,1 51
37
45
62
1 57
Ross Farm
2 05
2 12
Pernlack V.....
East Waterford....
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
05
2
25
37
42
50
59
04
12
Heckman
Honey Grove . ............
Fort Bigham
Warble I. is...
Pleasant Yiew. .
Seven Pines
Spruce Hill
Graham's
Stewart
Freedom ;, ,
Tnrbett ..
Old Port....,
17
22
30
39
2
2
2
2
3
44
52
3
55
03
06
3 15
3 23
3 26
9
9
09
3 29
9
12
13 32
3 38
18
Port Royal, t Ar.
9
25
3 45
Trains N'of. 1 and 2 connect at Port Boyal
with Way Passenger and Seashore Express
on P. B. B., and No. 8 and 4 with Hail east.
WESTWARD.
Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect at Blair's
Mills with Concord, Doyleaburg Dry Run,
Nossville, Neelyton, Shade Gap, 8 bade
Valley and Qoebora Station Stage Lines.
STATIONS. w .
No.2 No.4
DAILY, EXCEPT BBHDAT. 3
A M Pe M.
Port Koyal 0.0 10 20 5 05
Old Port 1.3 10 27 5 12
Tnrbett 2810 835 18
Freedom. 3.7 10 36 5 21
Stewart 4.4 10 39 5 24
Graham's. 5.0 10 42 5 27
Spruce Hill 6.3 10 50 5 35
Seven Pines ... 7.210 53 5 38
Pleasant Yiew. 9.0 11 01 5 46
Warble. 10.011 06 5 51
Fort Bipham. 12.011 15 6 00
Honey Grove 14.0 11 23 6 08
Heckman 15.111 28 6 13
East Waterford.... 17.511 40 6 25
Pernlack. 20.511 63 6 38
Boss Farm......... 22.012 006 45
Leonard's Grove... 24.012 08 6 53
Waterloo. 25.5 12 14 6 59 ,
Blair's Mills. Ar. 27.012 20 7 05
J. a MOORHEAD,
SuptrmUnJtnt.
S. MOORHEAD,
Prtpimt.
In this line as in .ethers we
Oar prioes range from $1.50 to $10
fall.
The Sales of Hood's ;
ue the largest In the work! bacons
the cores by Hood's OMsarawiUa arr
wondertul, perfect,
Hood's PIHs i
eatlartfaaialBvartnedkanw. SSo.
EWPOBT AND SHERMAN'S "VAE"
lej Railroad Company. Time table
of pamenrr trains, hi effect on Monday (
May 18tb, 1896.
5TATION8.
Weet
warrt. Fast-warl.
shapes.
; a j i ! 2 4
i r j a m j a r
i 6 05 10 85 8 80
6 08 10 38 8 27 3 61
6 1210 42 8 23 8 6
6 15 10 4S 8 20 8 60
6 25 10 621 8 16 8 46
6 221101 8 11 8 41
6 81 II 09 8 08 8 88
6 891 1 09 8 W 8 81
6 51 11 21 7 45 8 IS
t 54 11 24 ' 10 8 10
11 85 84 8 04
t 41 7 2t 2 66
46 7 Ia ill
i 1 51 7 16 2 46
II 67 7 10 2 4
7 8 V12 05 7 03 2 88
7 41 12 11 0 68 2 2
7 46112 15! 6 60 2
Newp it
Buffalo Bridge
Juniata Furnace ...
w ahneta
Sylvao
Wat-r Plug
Bloomfleld JuDct'n,
Valley Road
Blliotteburg
Green Park
Loyaville
Fort Robeaon ....
Center
Ciraa's Ban ,
Andersonburg .....
Blaiu . .
Mount Pleasant . .
New Germant'n ..
I. GR1NG, I'rraidcnt irl MsDager
C. K. Haiti, General Ajcect.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
jpERRT COtTVTT RAILROAD.
Tbe following schednle went Into effee
Nov. 16, 1896, and tbe tra ns will bo ran e
follows:
p. m
4 80
486
4 89
8 41
4 46
4 46
4 61
4 64
466
4 69
a. m
.BOO
906
9 09
9 11
914
9 16
919
9 23
924
j.eavo Arrive a. nt
' Duncaonon 7 64
'King's Mill 7 40
'Sulphur Springs 7 46
"Carman Siding 7 44
V- m
2S8-
a
2 20
8 10
2 IS
2 18
208
266
208
200
141
U
181
1 28
126
1 20
1 18
1 IS '
260
Montebello Park 7 41
Weaver 7 40
Roddy 7 86
"Hoffman 7 88
"Byer 7 81
lhmlo T H
6 10 10 4- BloomHnld 7 9a
6 16 9 49 Tresa!ei 7 09
6 21 9 64 Xe!lion 7 04
5 24 9 67 'Dani'a 7 1
6 27 10 06 ElllotHbnre at
6 82 10 7 'B-rnhpial'. 6 Al
6 84 10 17 'Groen Prk 6 4H
6 87 10 80 'Montour Jane 6 88
6 02 10 86 Landfcbnrg 6. 28
p. m a. m Arrive Lmra a. m
rraia leaves Rloomfiold at 6.68 a.
id arrives at Landisbnrg at 6.28 a.
p m
m..
Tram leaves Landisbnrg at C.08 p. m., and
arrives at Bloomfleld at 6.40 p. m.
All stations marked () are dag stations,
st wblct trains wiH come to a tult stop on
algnal.
CmA' D SJB 8- H- P'ea.
PreaiaWaja. Sept.
fJONDERFUkare tne cores bw
Hood's bafwaperilla. and yet thaw
are simple aad natural. Hood's 8m
parUla makes PURE BLOOP.
UX3BOT
.iKEanyO,
Oir nrrmAt sat imxirAL sas,
j-fitNtRATION AFTSe QCNCRATIOM,
woiM.aavapsDAaaansBBm .
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saonni, i iriimiii. tlinaaii
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