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COUNTY I M TU t i l ..
December,, t I.I5 IS'l'l.
I NHTIU'l'TOKH.
1W. I. 1). (iivsh, J)r. A. U. 1 Ionic,
Dr. (!. M. 11. lkK Dr. .1. l liar
ton. DiKKCTous' Day.
Thursduy u usual w ill In- Directors'
Duy unil many Interest inn it ml timely
topics nre down for 'discussion ly di
rectors unrl tciichers.
Lkitvhks.
Monday rvi-niiitf "The Man of
Nerve,'' ly Clitirles K. Odeti.
Tuesday evening "The ('online
Man," by Hon. (!. A. (icarhart.
Wednesday evcniiiK "Sunshine in
Labor," by llev. Thomas McClary.
Thursday cvcniiij); "The House
that .lack iluilt," by Dr. Ward Hcech
er 1'iokaril.
Tim finest lecture, course ever booked
for Fulton County. .1. S. Arnold of
National Hureau.
Tickets at Troufs. K. It., $1.2.".: ().
N. It., X cents: O. N. (!., 2" cents,
Children under twelve years of into
excluded unless accompanied by older
persons. All people are invited.
Kespectfully,
CI, KM ClII.SNUT.
There Is quite a good deal of soft
coul coming to town just now. llun
of mine brings 4. (Mi, and lump 4."0.
Seedless Kaisins, Tapioca, Celatine
and Condensed Milk Ht Ilobinson's.
Mrs. M. V. Cromer of this place has
hail" in bloom for several days u Cac
tus with eighty-live beuutiful (lowers.
Money to loan in lots of $400 und
upwards on first mortguge. Apply in
person to M. 11. ShulVner.
Thk News olllce Is turning out line
job work at reasonable prices. Orders
filled promptly.
Mason L. Thomas, of Hroml Top,
and Miss Annie Daniels, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Daniels, of
Licking Creek township, were murried
on the 1 lib inst. , by 1). 1. Dishong,
Ksq., ut the residence of the officiating
Justice.
The Nkvvs ollice takes this method
of acknowledging the receipt of a bas
ket of fine apples, the gift of our little
friend Miss Metu, daughter of Mr. und
Mrs. It. N. Fryman of the Cove.
The family of the Kditor are living
on turnips this week through the gen
erosity of David Denisur who lives on
one of the Dr. Trout farms. They haiY
it big crop und a crop of big ones
five or six that weighed twenty pounds. 1
Th(i one he brought us weighed four f
pounds und from that fact we reason i
thut the weight of foinUir.Wulutal'to
i!lIiJj)'JIi!';'i,r!nght us would equul
twenty pounds.
It. Sewell Wright, a prominent citi
zen of Bedford, died in Washington,
D. C, Wednesday night of last week.
For two or three years Mr. Wright
had been in the employ of the Bedford
Springs company, und it was while
traveling in the interest of that com
puny that he contracted a violent eold
in Cincinnati, thut brought on con
sumption and finally resulted in his
death.
Abraham W. Ockor, of Murion,
Franklin county, sixty years of age,
formerly sexton of Ifeidelburg Ke
formed church, arose from his bed
about two o'clock last Sunday morn
ing, left the house, locking the door
to prevent any of the fumily from fol
lowing him, walked about a mile to a
mill dam, where he plunged in, drown
ing himself. His body watt found and
taken from the water after dayliget.
He had been in bud health for some
time.
Kelly Strait und Henry Wultz ure
now in a position to put down wells in
greut shupe. They have a new drill
ing machine und a traction engine.
People need no longer build their
dwellings down in some inconvenient
hollow just for the sukeof being ncur
a spring. The most beuutiful site on
the farm is now selected, and with the
perfected drilling machinery, un abun
dant supply of pure wuter 'muy be had
ut the door with u comparatively small
outlay of money. When the dug wells
shall all bo abandoned, tho greutest
breeders of typhoid fever will be re
moved. Two Mormon elders came to Frank
lin county a few days ago seeking con
verts to their religion, At Upper
Slrasburg they asked permission to
hold services in the church, but were
refused the privilege. At Jtoxbury
they made similar requests with the
same 'result. At lust they tried Con
cord', but were Informed by, a commit,
tee of citizens thut they would not bo
tolerated In the town. When lust seen
they' were heuding for 1'erry county.
The furin in Chester county on which
the old Warwick furnace was built in
17. 10 has just been sold. It contains
rl" acres und brought only $12,000.
At the. Wurwlclf furnace many of the
cannons used In the 1 Involution were
cast. Some of these were burled in the
meadows to prevent them from fulling
into tho bunds of the British in 1777.
Several of these canuou were dug up
inlH'll for exhibition at Urn Centennial
Kxpositiou.
Itev.ltobcrt Lowry, I). D., one of the
lest known hymn writers in the world,
died ut his home in l'lulntleld, N. .).,
Saturday morning. He was seventy
three years old, born in I'hiladelphiu,
March 12, N-tl. Ho was graduated
froiy the University ut iewisburg in
JM52. His first pustorute was In the
First Baptist church in West Chester,
ufler which he successfully filled pul
pits In New York, Brooklin und I'luiu
lield. Dr Lowry was better known as
a composer of sucrcd songs than a
preacher. Some of hU best composi
tions ure: "Shall Wo Outlier at thy
Hlvi-iO"' "Where Is My Wandering
Boy Tonight'" "I need Thou Kvery
Hour," "Weeping Will not Suve Me'
He left a w idow und three sons.
INSTITUTE 1
V AND-- &
G. C. BENDER'S
STORE
,Will he the great centre of attraction week alter next.
The linest Candies for the ladies and Uest
Cigars for the gentlemen. !
Then his store is just chock full of
Fancy Articles,
Notions,
Christmas Goods
generally.
One door west of Fulton House.
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(,U I AKK AV Ol
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY
this wi;i;k
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We nre now renrly to nhnw you our
new line of Knll nml Wlnterdoorts.eoh
Klsiliitf of lltiltlmort. New York nml
Vliiludrlptiln HtyW. The tfomls NP.Itt
pl for tliN full iiwl winter lire pxppd
ttnnnlly npiit In (IpnIkh n1 niirnettve In
Mtyle. We, with our linn of Kimds rep
resent the Imvest millinery estiiblish
tiH'tit In the country. Ymi huve the ml
viintiiKe of this Htore hy buying your
KomNor ih. Look through our line he-fore-
huviiiK your full or Inter hnt. We
Ktmruntee Mitisfiietion und our prlees
nrrtM'low nit competition. You must
he NuMslleil with our kooMs or have your
money Imeli. We htive trimmed hutH
from ftoc. up. untrlmmed huts up.
(iolf hats und SuHom In till color mid
prices, t'htldren' Coals. Hutu. Cape
and Hoods. Unity Hoots and Shoes.
Ilatrins. Menuty Pins. Helt and Neck
Ifnckles. Hiit Miiekles, Ilundkerehlefs.
Neckties, Veiling. S wnnlown, Ladles
and (ientleinen'H Hose, ltruids. Silks and
Velvets all color and widths.
Your respectfully,
MRS. A. F. LITTLE,
.M cC'onticllshiii'A, I'll.
EDWARD BRAKE.
."Fashionable Barber,
One Dour F.:it of "Kultoii Hoiiso,"
MndONNKI.I.SIttTKO. I'A.
Klrst-rliiM Shiivliiu nml Mulr ('uttlnff.
Cleiin towel for every customer.
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during Institute week, as his prices
are always
SPECIAL;
Watches, QocKs, Jewelry,
Spectacle's," Talking Ma
chip.es, Talking Machine
Supplies always on hand.
Special attention to tine Watch
and Clock Repairing. He ex
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AkConnellsburg & Ft. Loudon
Passenger, Freight and
Express Line.
R. C. McQuade, Proprietor.
Kii.n Daily uktwkrv McConnkuwmjimi ani
ltHT IxULMtN.
Leaving MeDonnellslturtf at V2:'M o'eloek. I M.,
muking eouueetiou with afternoou train on
S. I u. U.
Returning leave Fort Loudon on the arrival of
the evening train on S. V. K. H.
I am prepared to earry passtingerM and px
press to make eonueetloii with all trains ut Ft,
Loudon.
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REPUBLICAN BUILDING. 5
A 1'IOL'S TIIIEF
An Old Soldier Arrested For
Stealing.
llohci't Myers is an old soldier rep
resenting himself as living in the west
ern part of the State and having rela
tives down Kast.
For several years he; has been mak
ing visits to his eastern friends, pass
ing through this county on foot, and
depending upon the generosity and
hospitality of the old soldier people in
thiscounty for lodging. Last Wednes
day morning early, he left Everett,
came up through Hohm's Gap, over
Sideling Hill, and reached Thomas
Hash's on Timber Uidge about one
o'clock. After getting his dinner, and
resting awhile, he walked across Scrub
Uidge and stopped for the night with
Comrade George W. Ilishong, of Ayr
township. Although about sixty years
of uge he had walked that day a dis
tance near thirty-two miles.
On Thursday morning Mr. Dishong
had two more callers. These were
Krvln 11. Davis, of Indian Head, Fay
ette county, and Nelson Mossholder,
of Lichty, Somerset county both con
stables. They had been following in
close pursuit of Mr. Myers and had a
warrant for his arrest charging him
with having stolen 1:50 from a farmer
in Fayette county. It Is said that the
soldier asked lodging for the -night
from that farmer, and repaid the grat
itude of his host by going through a
bedroom and stealing the money.
When taken into custody by these of
ficers, he admitted his guilt. The olli
cers started back to Fayette county
with him. Myers was formerly an in
mate of tho Dayton Soldiers' home.
George says he would not have
thought so much of it if the old sinner
had not seemed so pious aiid couldn't
eat without saying grace.
A GOOD COW,
T. J. Thompson, of this place, has
a small, red, short-horned fumily cow,
fresh May lHOfi that has continued
from that time to the present to give
her regular quantity of milk, furnish
ing the fumily with milk, vrcum, and
butter. Airs. 1 liompsou churns once
each week; and, if the cream is at a
proper temperutur.), she gets butter in
from ) to m) minutes, r or.four veurs
und a half the cow has given milk
ri;lit along every day. Since July 1,
lH'.iH, to the present, the cow has been
In the stable fourteen months of the
seventeen months of that time. We
were shown a roll of line butter the
product of last week's churning.
HONOR ROLL.
McConlicllshurg I'uhlie
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VERY INTEREST!
BARGAIN
To Start the Fall Seaso
Boots for fall. A specially
jivwiv nip kji
tine whol
Light weight
boot
The farnous
boot
For the next ten days I will sell all my stoves I have
now on hand at greatly reduced prices to make room
for other goods. Box Stoves, Economy Stoves, Impe
rial Air-tight Stoves; also a few soft coal stoves, which
1 will sell very low. Come and price these stoves and
compare prices with your Western catalogue, and see
if you can do better by sending off and running the
risk of breakage.
I am now making a large lot of
50 lb. Lard Cans,
that aje worth 60 cents at any tin store. I will sell
them at 35 cents each. That is cheaper than the
worthless city cans you get.
Try the
Universal Meat Choppers.
j Does better work than the Enterprise, and one dollar
J ) cheaper. These goods must go. Give me a call.
ALBERT STONER.
Mohawk" boot $.169
nice light split boot
$1,49
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l'HIMAKY.
Kli.aheth t'ooper, Hessie dress,
Lily Iloupt, I lose Iloupt, Mary I'eck,
Hessie Taylor, Wulter Hluck, Oscar
(Iress, Clifford (irissingcr, Daniel
tirissinger, Wilmer Hays, Laurence
Miller, Oscar Lynch, Wit Mason,
1'aul Shinier, Waller Shinier, Kussell
Stevens, and Oram Wible.
INTKKMKWATK.
Walter Sloan, Walter Lynch, Geo.
Summers, Scott Dickson, Max Irwin,
Kills Unger, Karle Taylor, Kugene
Rider, Alice Hays, Laura Wagner,
Mary Kelley, Annie Sheets, Nellie
Dchurt, Nellie (Iress, Clara Doyle,
Iluttie Sloan, Nora Watson, Annie
lleisner, Cora Peck, Coldie Mason,
and Until lloettger.
Ohammah.
Olive Shinier, Nellie Sheets, Olive
Cooper, Ilattie Doyle, Grace Shinier,
Jessie Dickson, Bessie Irwin, Lillian
Grlssingcr, John lleisner, Winlleld
Doyle, Holmes Thompson, Maurice
Trout, Hurry Dulbey, Henry Watson,
and Clarence Seville.
Hunt.
Harry Irwin, James Patterson, Todd
Skinner, Charley Seville, Harry Se
ville, Harry Grlssingcr, George Gris
singer, Wilbur Grissinger, Murk Dick
son, Nathan Kverts, Sidney Gittens,
Mabel Kendall, Jessie Mason, and
Gertrude Sloan.
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SPECIAL PRICES
Amonif our many oonn hujtei'H,none
enjoy the nport more tluin l'rothono
tury Lynch und Frum-U M. Doylu,
foreman of the Democrat odU-c. Late
Mimtlay nlyht or e arly Tuesday njorn
Intf they earne lugylntf in one from the
Moadowyround mountain thut weigh
ed lews than a two-,veur ol calf. No
wonder you can't Bell them "itiy meat,
License Notice.
IN THK CorU'P OF OUAUTKU SKSSIONS
OF Fl'LTON COI'NTV.
II sonified thut nil umiltcntlimH fur IIlhmuch
fur the suit of vinous, nii-Uoiis, malt, or bicw
cd liquor, wliolesiilu or rtitull, for the yt-iir
Hkmi. will lf heard on Tuesday, the iUIi day of
Jnuuaiy, K at Id o Vlorlt u. in., at whlrh
time all piMMtiiK uiplvitiK or limiting olijeoti.itis
to iiiplirallns, Mill ht heard lv evident', pe
tition, reiuoiisi ranee or oounsel. There uniM
tti no eoiiiuuiuii'titlon at any time with tlm
Judges iHM-soiufl'y upon the Kuhje(!l. hy letter
or any other private way.
The petition, verified liy urtldavit of upplloanL,
hh.il Ih in eoiiformiiy with the reiiiuiement s
of Die aets ol Aseiuliiy. .tudkrinenl bond shall
be exeeutt'd in the penal mud of if:Jttnt), with no
h-ss thai) two reput a' tie freeholders of I he eome
ty us sun -ties, each of them to he a bona tide
owner of real rstalt in the eoiiuiy of Fultou
worth, over und ubove all ineiunhruuoes, tin;
sum of X. Hond eoiulitio'itiil for the fuiili
till observiiuee of all I bo laws re hi Linn to the
se.ium or furnishing of lltimKx and to pay el1
diunajfes whieh -.hall be reeoered UKiiinst V:3
lieciD-.ee. and till eo.--tM. lineH und penalties,
which may be imposed on him under any Indict
ment for vloh' t In; said Iuwh; and the htiretits
Uiav be required to appeur In Court und Justify
under oat it.
'I'he t.'ourt shall In tdl e:isrs refuse the tippll
eatioti Vtlieiiever. In ilie opinion ol the t'out t.
havinvr due regard to t he number and character
of the petitioners for and UKUinst the applica
tion, such lleense Is not ntfeessury fur Hie ae
eoTiiinotlallou of the publle and entertuinineni
of Nirauuei-Kund lraveleiN. or that t he applleant
Is not a at pen-on to whom suuh lieeuse should
be yranleit,
I'etitlons to be tiled with the Clerk of the
Court, not Inter than Monday, the IHili day of
Oeeeiuher, I MM, Objections und remonstran
ce to tie tiled not later than Tuesday, the vital
(lay of Januury. IU(ie. t'pou sutlieleut uuuse lie
UH shown or proof helm: made to the Court that
the party holdiui lieensu Iihn yloluted any Jaw
of the Commonwealth relaitnw to the muIij of
jl(UorH, the Court shall, upon uotiee belm ftlv
en to the person licensed, revoke tho lieentte.
Hy the Conn,
MAMUKLMuC. SWOI'K,
Attest: F. J.
FKANK V. LYNCH. Cleric S.
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WA60NS and
BUGGIES.
T. J. COMERl'H
has on hand from his summer
stock a few good
Millburn Wagons,
Buggies and Surreys
w.hich will go at special prices.
Give him a call before they
are all gone.
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A woman's heavy sli
Heavy school ;
misses, 13-2,
Children's
shoes, 9-12,
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An odd lot (19
ladies' flexible fine II
worth 3,00 at
140 Pairs of Large Cotton B
kets at 49 cents.
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Fall Ope
Prices
to suit
Every
Buyer
Men's and Boys
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Clothing
MEN'S,
AXI)
BOYS
Our Store Is the Place to Go.
Notice !
PINE ALLrWOOL TRICOT, LONG,
DARK OXFORD MIX., ROUND
SACK SUIT, SINGLE-BREASTED,
SATIN PIPE FACINGS,
WELL MADE AND TRIMMED.
FULLY WORTH
$8.50,
Our Price for the Suit 4.50.
BLACK COTTON
CLAY WORSTED,
warranted fast black. If you
traveled the country over "you
wouldn't tind the equal of this
value, lor it is worth 4.00.
Uur price
X carry twice the stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING we
X had three months ago, and we are going to sell
X twice as much. Our large stock and low prices will
X do it easily. This is not only talk but a business truth
X and we can convince all who cjme.
AI& luve more piece-WOOLEBS than you will find in
X the entire county, and we can make you, WE
KNOW, the best fitting and the cheapest
SUIT,0VERC0ATorPANTAL00NS
to be found anywhere.
Come All.
A. U. 1NACE & SONS.
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A special drive in an
ALL-WOOL BLACK
CLAY WORSTED,
Extra tine trimming, French fac
ing, elegantly tailored, and will
suit the most particular man.
Our special price is only 10.00.
A pretty child's suit, 75 cents.
A good suit for a boy.
Men's underwear, 25 cents.
Ladies' soft fleece lined heavy underwear, 25
Children s union suits soft fleece lined, per suit, 2
Ladies' beautiful skirts all

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